It has been more than two decades since Timmer Willing used Quincy as his home address, yet this is still home. Now the head men's tennis coach at UC San Diego, an NCAA Division II school, the Quincy High School graduate relies on his Midwestern roots.
BELLEVILLE, Ill. -- Zach Willing and Greysen Arns lost in the semifinals of the boys 16 & under doubles division of the Lancer Open last weekend. The Quincy duo defeated Chandler Lindsey of Fairview Heights and Andrew Lonsdale of Swansea 8-0, and they also
QUINCY -- Ryan Schnack is no stranger to the finals of the Quincy Tennis Association Open Singles Championship. "I've been playing for a long time," the 35-year-old Schnack said. "I've gotten to the final probably six or seven times now."
??QUINCY -- Quincy University found someone with a deep tennis pedigree to guide its tennis programs this fall. Mark Schuering was hired to coach the QU men's and women's tennis coaches, replacing Brian Holzgrafe, who resigned after two seasons with the Ha
ROCK ISLAND, Ill. -- The Quincy High School boys tennis team will be sending both of its doubles teams to the state tournament. The No. 1 duo of Ben Oakley and Andrew Vonderheide and the No. 2 tandem of Greysen Arns and Blake Hayden each won...
MOLINE, Ill. -- Blake Hayden and Greyson Arns lost in the doubles championship match as the Quincy High School boys tennis team finished in third place in Saturday's Western Big Six Conference Tournament. Quincy finished with 15 points. Moline was second w
EFFINGHAM, Ill. -- The duo of Colin Moore and Caleb Altgilbers helped the Quincy Notre Dame boys tennis team win the Effingham St. Anthony Tournament Saturday. Moore and Altgilbers won the third-place match 7-6 (9-7), 7-6 (8-6) to give QND 18 points for th
Veteran Quincy High School tennis coach Mike Terry was honored and given a plaque for surpassing the 500-victory milestone prior to Tuesday's match against crosstown rival Quincy Notre Dame. Terry might have another plaque coming his way shortly as he sec
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Blake Hayden and Greysen Arns teamed up to win their No. 2 doubles match and each won a singles match to help the Quincy High School boys tennis team knock off Springfield Sacred-Heart Griffin 7-2 Wednesday. Hayden and Arns...