Celebrating milestones not part of Pinkston's DNA
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Celebrating milestones not part of Pinkston's DNA

The gesture was genuine. So was Reno Pinkston's reaction. Before the lineups were introduced prior to last Thursday night's game at the Pit, the Quincy Notre Dame administration took a moment to congratulate Pinkston on his 600th career victory...

Human error part of sports at every level
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Human error part of sports at every level

In the buildup for Super Bowl LIII and at times during the game's broadcast, questions were raised about the need for enhanced instant replay and how it could have changed one of the teams playing Sunday. What is overlooked in such a conversation...

Chili and football go hand in hand
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Chili and football go hand in hand

Bowls of chili, cold beverages and good friends ... so what was missing from making it the perfect wintry Sunday afternoon? Football, of course. Chili is the official food of watching football, right? Whether it's a cold Saturday afternoon with your favor

Beyond the Boxscore: Cooler heads prevail after contentious ending
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Beyond the Boxscore: Cooler heads prevail after contentious ending

Expect a rather sizable FedEx or UPS package to be delivered to DePaul College Prep in the coming days. The boys basketball team is going to need it if the Rams want to look the same for warmups. After a tense end to regulation and Quincy...

Plenty of hoops talk fills air at shootout
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Plenty of hoops talk fills air at shootout

Marcus Dilligard found his way back to the gym. Brock Edris and Marty Hull, too. There was plenty to see and even more to discuss. Sure, the Quincy Shootout, a second-year event taking place at Blue Devil Gym and featuring 12 high school boys basketball g

Homecoming for Shootout coaches is blessing
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Homecoming for Shootout coaches is blessing

Marcus Dilligard is coming home. So are Jeremy Osborne and Nic Frericks. Mike Taylor has a history here. Brock Edris does, too. The Quincy Shootout, the second-year event taking place this weekend at Blue Devil Gym, will bring together a collection...

Beyond the Boxscore: Womack plays lock-down defense for Hawks
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Beyond the Boxscore: Womack plays lock-down defense for Hawks

Casey Teson brought out the best in Jah-Kobe Womack. Finding the right opponent night in and night out to do that would benefit the Quincy University men's basketball team greatly. Womack, a 6-foot-3 junior guard, was tasked with guarding Teson...

Beyond the Boxscore: Prince thrives in extended minutes for Hawks
Women's College Basketball

Beyond the Boxscore: Prince thrives in extended minutes for Hawks

Last Thursday, with the Quincy University women's basketball team trailing Maryville 47-27 at halftime, Hawks coach Jeni Garber sent her starters to the bench and gave her reserves extended minutes. Kennedy Prince took advantage of the opportunity.

Brock showcases talent with TD run in Polynesian Bowl
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Brock showcases talent with TD run in Polynesian Bowl

For the Quincy High School football fans who stayed awake well past midnight Saturday night and were tuned in to the Polynesian Bowl, Jirehl Brock made it all worthwhile. That really shouldn't come as a surprise considering how many Friday nights...

After 20 years, every story matters to someone
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After 20 years, every story matters to someone

It's your story. I'm the one lucky enough to tell it. Quincy Notre Dame boys basketball coach Kevin Meyer asked me earlier this winter to speak to his team and discuss the relationship between local teams and the media and offer any advice to help 15-, 16