Standing in the middle of Menard's, unaware where her father, Greg, might have wandered off to, Jordan Hildebrand did what she has always done to locate him. "Marco!" she screamed. A moment later, she heard something and knew the response.
Meet the to first-team players on the 40th annual Quincy Herald-Whig Girls All-Area Basketball Team.
SECOND TEAM Tressa Campbell, Senior, Clark County Audrey Fohey, Sophomore, Palmyra Brianna Hildebrand, Senior, Central-SE Laken Hugenberg, Sophomore, Canton Jada Humphrey, Senior, Quincy Kaylee Kuhn, Senior, Unity Lilly Pepper, Sophomore, Pittsfield-Pleas
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All-Conference Boys West Central Conference North Division First Team Carter Fayhee, Macomb; Logan Dorethy, West Hancock; Lane Marlow, Central; Jackson Porter, Illini West; Riley Langford, West Hancock; Jared Kirby, Monmouth-Roseville Honorable Mention Ke
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Brad Bergman can point to a number of moments that show the growth of the Quincy High School girls basketball program. It will be someone else's task to maintain that growth. Bergman's resignation as Quincy's coach became official Tuesday morning. QHS athletic director Scott Douglas, who informed the players of Bergman's decision, said he and the school's administrative staff would start the process of hiring a new coach immediately.