QUINCY -- Alex McCulla thought his missed par putt on his final hole was going to force a playoff. It turned out he was sitting on a one-shot lead. "I had the math wrong in my head," McCulla said. "I was a little nervous knowing that was for the win." Sett
CARTHAGE, Ill. -- Changing his occupation on his Twitter profile is something Evan McGaughey knew he'd eventually have to do now that his care-free college days are over. When he switched it to professional basketball player Wednesday, the reality of a dre
Divisions 1B-1G (Boys and Girls 3-5) 5 holes daily Briar Megee, Wyaconda, Mo. 24-20--44 Adam Robinson, Carrollton, Ill. 22-23 -- 45 Jackson Logan, Seattle 26-29--55 Luke Mulligan, Burr Ridge, Ill. 28-30--58 Reale DeSantis, Traverse City, Mich. 28-31--59 Blaine
QUINCY -- The Quincy Gems are trying to stay positive, but it's difficult to do when you've lost four games in a row and 11 of your last 14. "It's kind of frustrating right now with things not going our way," Gems second baseman Kyle Crowl said. "That's th
QUINCY -- Crimson Callahan's second-to-last trip around Westview Golf Course started out as a day to forget. Then came a four-hole stretch in which he reminded everyone why he returned to the Pepsi Little People's Golf Championshps for a final time.
QUINCY -- Two solid swings changed Alex McCulla's perspective. Plugging along Tuesday without any discernible success in the first round of the Pepsi Little People's Golf Championships, McCulla sized up his approach shot on the par-3 13th...
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Quincy Gems left the tying run stranded on second base in the bottom of the eighth in a 6-5 loss to the Terre Haute Rex in a Prospect League West Division baseball game at Bob Warn Field at Syacmore Stadium. The loss is the third s
Divisions 1B-1G (Boys and Girls 3-5) 5 holes daily Adam Robinson, Carrollton, Ill. 22 Briar Megee, Wyaconda, Mo. 24 Cameron Sacramento, Schereville, Ind. 26 Jackson Logan, Seattle 26 Luke Mulligan, Burr Ridge, Ill. 28 Reale DeSantis, Traverse City, Mich.
QUINCY -- Megan Welch is eager to get back on the golf course. "It's going to be a lot of fun," she said. "I'm excited to see what happens." As one of five girls in contention for the girls 16-17 division in the 44th annual Pepsi Little People's Golf Champ
Griffin Steer has a piece of memorabilia from the first time he played in the Pepsi Little People's Golf Championships. "I still have the trophy," Steer said with a smirk. "It was a participation trophy."