Administrators each year at North Shelby High School discuss potential speakers for the graduation ceremony. In those discussions, Sophie Cunningham, a 21-year-old junior guard on the University of Missouri women's basketball team, was brought up. "We tho
QUINCY -- Perhaps one of the most difficult jobs Bill Connell had as the Quincy Notre Dame football coach the last few years was finding enough opponents to fill a schedule. The departures of schools from the West Central Conference over the last six years
The IHSA Football Advisory Committee is offering a change to the football playoffs. Teams now qualify for the playoffs by earning five regular-season victories, but the committee is offering a plan that calls for teams to be assigned to eight-team or nine-team districts. So what could the districts look lile?
One of the biggest problems facing high schools in Illinois is the changing conference landscape, and the Illinois High School Association's football advisory committee believes it has a solution. The committee, which has eight members, met in Bloomington on April 19 and is offering a change to the IHSA football playoffs. Teams now qualify for the playoffs by earning five regular-season victories, but the committee is offering a plan that calls for teams to be assigned to eight-team or nine-team districts.
QUINCY -- After a season in which the Quincy University football team ranked last in the Great Lakes Valley Conference in rushing defense, Hawks coach Gary Bass knew what he wanted to see this spring. "Four hands on the ground," he said.
The relaxed atmosphere around the Quincy University football program's spring game meant a lot of subtle changes were easy to overlook. Digging deeper unveiled some adjustments that could drastically improve the Hawks come fall.
Gary Bass wants nothing about the Quincy University football program to be considered ho-hum. So the annual scrimmage that caps the end of spring practice comes with a twist this year. It's going to be more like a spring fling than a spring finale.
Jirehl Brock seems to take all of the attention in stride. He's easily one of the most recognizable people in Quincy because of his talents on the basketball court and football field. If people on the street or at a Quincy High School sporting event aren'
Paul Petty will wrap up 20 years in November serving the people of Pike County as its sheriff. He was prepared to spend several more years serving Pike County as a member of the Pikeland School Board, to which he was elected in April 2017. However, Petty has decided to serve his constituents in a different manner.
Jirehl Brock used Twitter to announce on Friday that he has narrowed the number of colleges he's interested in attending. "Want to thank all the coaches that have recruited me, but I am going to be focusing on these 7 schools. #blessed" the Quincy School running back wrote while posting a photo of himself with the logos of the seven schools -- Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Northwestern and Purdue.