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Bradshaw, Saukees battle Cougars in dual

WINCHESTER, Ill. -- Jacob Bradshaw carded a 9-over par 45, but it wasn't enough to lead the Pittsfield boys golf team in a dual match against Winchester West Central Wednesday at Plum Creek Golf Course.

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Blue Devils finish second in quadrangular

MONMOUTH, Ill. -- The Quincy High School boys golf team finished in second place out of four teams at Gibson Woods Golf Course on Wednesday. T.J. Wensing and Parker Campbell both paced the Blue Devils by shooting 9-over par 80s.

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Patterson, Blue Devils finish second

ALTON, Ill. -- Quincy High School senior golfer Jimmie Patterson shot a 1-over 73 Tuesday at Spencer T. Olin Golf Course and led the Blue Devils to a second-place team finish at the Alton Tee Off Classic. QHS posted a 322 total, tying with Highland. Howeve

Solid effort from entire lineup leads QND to title
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Solid effort from entire lineup leads QND to title

QUINCY -- A seasoned veteran and an aspiring newcomer helped the Quincy Notre Dame boys golf team set the tone for its season Thursday. Reis Dreyer, a junior, was the only player to shoot par and Alex McCulla, a freshman, finished...

Freshman gives experienced Raiders even more hope
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Freshman gives experienced Raiders even more hope

QUINCY -- Two golfers who qualified for sectional play last year return to this year's Quincy Notre Dame boys golf team. Three others who played in several tournaments last season are back as well. But a freshman who yet to play his first round of varsity

Numbers keep dropping, but Blue Devils eye return to state
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Numbers keep dropping, but Blue Devils eye return to state

The Quincy High School boys golf team hasn't left itself much wiggle room this season. Four players return from last year's team that reached the Class 3A state tournament for the 46th time in school history. Only four scores count for a team in postseason play. However, with only 10 players in the program, the Blue Devils will spend much of this season searching for the players who can fill the fifth and sixth spots and help keep the team score low if one of the top four players has a bad day.