Spraker's move to bullpen has nice ring to it
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Spraker's move to bullpen has nice ring to it

Gil Kim's reaction wasn't exactly what Graham Spraker had in mind. For a moment, it had him regretting the fact he spoke up. However, it might have been the best thing the former Quincy University right-handed pitcher could have done.

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As spotlight grows, Brock humbly handles attention
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As spotlight grows, Brock humbly handles attention

For the last nine months, the attention Jirehl Brock has received from college football recruiters and fans has intensified. Friday might, it might have hit an apex. Well, at least until he does his next big thing. In the second half...

Beyond the Boxscore: Schoenenberger missing from QU attack
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Beyond the Boxscore: Schoenenberger missing from QU attack

Quincy University interim head football coach Gary Bass and his staff have a variety of issues to address in the upcoming in order to help the Hawks regain some rhythm offensively. At the top of the list likely will be how to get Owen Schoenenberger...

Strong finish to season shows Jacob is making progress
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Strong finish to season shows Jacob is making progress

The year that seemed to take forever to get started came to an all-too-abrupt end. At least David Jacob can take good vibes with him into the offseason. Plagued by back issues at the end of spring training, the former Quincy University first baseman...

Beyond the Boxscore: Harris with 10th career 100-yard effort
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Beyond the Boxscore: Harris with 10th career 100-yard effort

In last week's victory over Alderson Broaddus, Quincy University running back Chris Harris set the tone for a 50-point showing with a burst of speed. Saturday, in a game that turned into a slobberknocker, Harris gave the Hawks an edge with brute force.

Hawks' football family gives Franzens support
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Hawks' football family gives Franzens support

They stood at midfield with their arms around each other and their heads bowed. Marc Franzen was the only person on either of their minds. Before the Quincy University football team kicked off Saturday's home opener against Alderson-Broaddus...

Beyond the Boxscore: QU freshmen with ready-made connection
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Beyond the Boxscore: QU freshmen with ready-made connection

The fact Mary Maloney's first collegiate goal came off an assist from Maddie Bauer shouldn't come as much of a surprise. The two have a history of making goals happen. Maloney and Bauer, freshmen on the Quincy University women's soccer team...

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Beyond the Boxscore: Brown climbs charts with two more interceptions

Adehkeem Brown might eventually force Quincy University interim head football coach Gary Bass to give into his wishes. The senior cornerback wants a shot at playing offense. Saturday, he showed once again he has the hands to play wide receiver.

Beyond the boxscore: Cramps constant issue QHS's Smith will address
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Beyond the boxscore: Cramps constant issue QHS's Smith will address

The late summer heat has passed, making athletes less worried about and less likely to endure cramps. Jaeden Smith can't shake the problem. Smith, a junior forward on the Quincy High School boys soccer team, dealt with cramps...

Quincy coaches hear plea for help, contribute to hurricane relief efforts
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Quincy coaches hear plea for help, contribute to hurricane relief efforts

Andy Douglas was sifting through Twitter on Wednesday night when he saw a number of tweets related to University of Houston men's basketball coach Kelvin Sampson's plea. "I was blown away," said Douglas, the Quincy High School boys basketball coach.