The Pittsfield volleyball team opened play in the Pike County Conference Tournament by defeating Griggsville-Perry 25-5, 25-10 and Pleasant Hill 25-10, 25-15 on Monday night in Pleasant Hill. Maggie Marable led Pittsfield with 16 kills on the day. Griggsv
QUINCY -- Parking will be restricted near Quincy Notre Dame before the football game with Quincy High School on Friday. The Quincy Police Department reports there will be no parking between 8 a.m. Friday and midnight along: º The south side of Jackson from
QUINCY -- The hope had been when the blazing heat from the dog days of summer finally gave way to the fall chill typical of the postseason the Quincy High School boys soccer team would still be sizzling. The Blue Devils just might be heating back up...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Lauren Crane and Maddie Bauer both scored twice as the Quincy University women's soccer team scored a season-high six goals to defeat Drury 6-0 on Sunday. QU (8-5-1) is in a four-way tie for fourth in the Great Lakes Valley Conference w
EWING, Mo. -- The expectations were high for the Highland softball team entering this season. Six starters were back from last season's 17-10 team, including the club's leading hitter and pitcher. None of those expectations included the Cougars starting th
NORMAL, Ill. -- It was a long bunker shot, the kind that isn't the easiest to control. Alex McCulla made it look so simple. In a battle for the individual championship of the Class 2A boys state golf tournament Saturday at the Weibring Golf Club...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Aubrey Reis, the leading goal-scorer in the Great Lakes Valley Conference, scored his 14th and 15th goals on Sunday in a 2-1 victory for the Quincy University men's soccer team over Drury. The Hawks (7-7-1) are one of five teams tied f
CARTHAGE, Ill. -- The memories of watching the Illini West football team win a Class 3A state championship in 2008 and 2010 are vivid for members of the current team. "I went to the 2008 and the 2010 games with my dad," quarterback Carter Boyer said. "I w
The Quincy Notre Dame volleyball team lost its final two matches at the O'Fallon Tournament Saturday to settle for fourth place. The Raiders lost to O'Fallon 26-24, 23-25, 15-9 in the semifinals. Sydney Hummert led QND with 14 kills and eight digs, while
Quincy Notre Dame had four players earn spots at the Class 1A girls tennis state tournament after their play on Saturday during the Chatham Glenwood Sectional. Clair Moore defeated Lincoln's Natasha Catalano 6-0, 6-0 and Nicole Williams from Sacred Heart-