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WarCry - QND Football fills scheduling vacancy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Just wondering, but why do you think this sounds like a bad idea? The kids get to play football, they might get a little more exposure as players than they would just sticking around here. I mean, travel does always have some risk, but that's applicable whether it's a school trip or a family vacation. I guess I just don't see why this is worse than, say, traveling to Chicago or something.
migraine_in_qcy - Abandoned baby calls to mind Safe Haven laws - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Sorry, but I'm not as forgiving as you are. You say "it's not like they want their baby dead". What do you think dropping a baby into a dumpster is intended to accomplish? They wanted that baby dead, no doubt about. Oh, and as for your other statement, "I can't imagine any mother would choose to let their child die if they had the other clear option". Babies are killed in the name of…
Loverofblues - QND Football fills scheduling vacancy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Seems maybe a little over the top. Even if boosters pick up the tab. Might even help a few students with tuition.
CoolEdge - Abandoned baby calls to mind Safe Haven laws - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
There is that "mass of cells" crowd that would allow even late term abortion. But someone that has carried to term and delivered almost certainly doesn't realize they could save the child and not be condemned or jailed. They are just ignorant and/or desperate. I guess they delivered outside a hospital? That is certainly trauma now, despite our grandparents doing it routinely. While the law…
Stupid_Dems - Quincy Park Board to interview executive director finalists - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Wouldn't that be wonderful?

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Gems take Prospect League title

The Quincy Gems won Wednesday's decisive Game 3 of the Prospect League championship series over Chillicothe at V.A. Memorial Stadium in Chillcothe, Ohio.

Although both teams entered facing the same amount of adversity, the Gems scored in the first inning and held that lead throughout as the Paints' offense seemed overanxious in a 3-1 loss that gave Quincy the PL title.

It is the…

Gems win, play tonight for West Division title

If the Gems win tonight's game three of the thee game series for the West Division Championship against Danville.  Quincy will host game one of another three game series for the Prospect  title this Sunday night August 10th at 6:35pm against the Chillicothe, OH Paints who clenched the East division title last night.

Prospect League Playoff Information

Gems play at 6:35 p.m. Wednesday

East rolls in Do or Die Bowl

Do or Die Bowl X

At Porter Stadium, Hannibal

East 41, West 0

EAST                                                  WEST

12                    First downs                 15

20-106             Rushing                       58-202

321                  Passing                        71

427                  Total yards                  273

15-26-3           …

QU's Hinkamper wins GLVC Sportsmanship Award

The Great Lakes Valley Conference announced the SAAC Individual Sportsmanship Award winners on Friday, June 20.  The GLVC Office named Quincy University men's tennis student-athlete Ian Hinkamper as the Male SAAC Individual Sportsmanship Award winner.  The Bellarmine University and University of Indianapolis softball teams were selected as the Female SAAC Sportsmanship Award recipients.  

QND's Polak featured by Perfect Game

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Throughout a Perfect Game playing career that he began as a 14-year-old in February of 2012, the now 16-year-old Joey Polak has seen some sights and learned a lot of new names.

Polak is from the Mississippi River town of Quincy, Ill. – he previously lived across the river in Canton, Mo. – and will begin his junior year at Quincy Notre Dame High School in the fall. The…

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