MENDON, Ill. -- Grant Ohnemus knows exactly why he missed qualifying for the Class 1A state golf tournament last year. It was one pesky hole...
QUINCY -- Alex McCulla's biggest fear was letting down his teammates. So after turning in his scorecard and posting the second-best individual round in Monday's Class 2A Lincoln Sectional with a 73, the Quincy Notre Dame sophomore golfer...
ALEDO, Ill. -- Both the Central and Unity boys' golf teams came to Hawthorn Ridge Golf Club on Monday looking to break long state-tournament droughts. The Panthers were seeking their first trip to Bloomington as a full squad since making back-to-back appea
AUBURN, Ill. -- Central's Natalie Dearwester and Quincy Notre Dame's Lindsay May advanced at individuals out of the Class 1A Auburn Sectional Monday afternoon at Edgewood Golf Course. Dearwester, a junior, carded an 85. May, a senior, also advanced after c
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. -- Sunset Hills Golf Course wasn't kind to the golfers in the Class 3A Edwardsville Sectional Monday afternoon. Parker Campbell was the lowest scorer for the Quincy High School boys golf team with a 6-over par 78 and was the lone Blue De
LINCOLN, Ill. -- Consistent rain all day Sunday had Quincy Notre Dame boys golf coach Mark Longo wondering if play would even begin Monday morning. "I was kind of shocked we played because last night, and we didn't think we were," Longo said. "We were dela
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Quincy High School girls golf coach Lindsay Burry won't call Monday afternoon's play at the Class 2A sectional a bad day. However, she would have liked to see a better result. The Blue Devils finished sixth with 351 at the University of
HUNTSVILLE, Mo. -- A rough start for the Palmyra girls golfer forced coach Chris Parsons to become a source of emotional support Monday afternoon. "They were all in tears at some point on the front nine," Parsons said. "That was absolutely my job today. It
QUINCY -- Brooke Walbring has never paid attention to the age gap that exists among the Quincy High School girls golfers. She's never had a reason to. "We all get along and love each other just like sisters," said Walbring, a senior and the most experience
QUINCY Cashman aces No. 13 at QCC Marianne Cashman recorded a hole-in-one on Wednesday at Quincy Country Club. She used a pitching wedge from 95 yards out to make her shot on the 13th hole. Witnessing the shot were Sue Shih, Joanne Rodgers, Jon Roberson,