Reis savors final moments before sun sets on QU career
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Reis savors final moments before sun sets on QU career

Movie goers and critics tend to agree the "ride off into the sunset" ending is often overplayed and totally cliche. Then you see it in real life and understand how poignant such a moment can be. Cooper Reis delivered one Sunday.

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Soak in autumn's beauty
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Soak in autumn's beauty

In a way, the belly-aching makes sense. The fondness for fall colors and crisp autumn mornings is why people anticipate the change in seasons. They grow weary of hot summer nights, air conditioning and the smell of sunscreen.

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Tunes carry meaning for Raiders

Alex McCulla can only imagine what anyone unfamiliar with the Quincy Notre Dame boys golf team's post-tournament routine thought as the Raiders left Macomb Country Club late Monday afternoon. "It had to be a sight," the junior golfer said. The Raiders...

Johnson provides Hawks with voice of reason
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Johnson provides Hawks with voice of reason

As they trickled out of the locker room a few at a time and searched for the nearest stadium exit, many of the Quincy University football players were lamenting what had just taken place. Then a strong voice bellowed from the crowd. It was the voice...

Hawks look to set themselves apart by extending win streak
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Hawks look to set themselves apart by extending win streak

The football coach morphed into a historian this week, so Gary Bass went delving into the archives. The wraparound success of the Quincy University football program -- the Hawks won their final two games of the 2018 season and began this season...

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Former QU cornerback moves to top German franchise

Time to clean out the notebook before fall sports fill up everything ... Adehkeem Brown landed in a good spot. The former Quincy University all-conference cornerback recently signed to play professionally with the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns...

Serendipity strikes for Weston Reyburn
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Serendipity strikes for Weston Reyburn

At the finish of his family vacation to the West Coast, the first thing Weston Reyburn should have done was buy a lottery ticket. Too bad he's only 12 years old. Had he been of legal age to gamble, might have been in for a big payday. His luck...