Saturday’s Area Scores – October 19

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High School Golf State Tournament: 

Boys 2A:

– QND’s Alex McCulla finishes second
– QND finishes second as a team
– Macomb’s Blaine Sutton finishes tied for 28th

Girls 1A:

– Macomb finishes 6th 

High School Softball:

Class 2 District 5 Championship:

Bowling Green: 5
Monroe City: 8

Class 2 District 6 Championship:

Palmyra: 5
Highland: 1

Class 1 District 9 Championship:

Scotland County: 3
Canton: 13

High School Volleyball:

Sterling: 2
QHS: 0

– QND goes 3-0 and wins O’Fallon Tournament

– Unity goes 4-1 and second in pool at Sherrard Tournament

– Southeastern finishes 5th and Camp Point Central finishes 6th at Waverly Tournament

High School Cross Country:

Peoria Heights Patriot Run:

– QND girls finish 16th
– QND boys finish 38th

EMO Conference Meet: 

– Mark Twain’s Will Owen finishes 10th
– Mark Twain’s Brandon Fullenwider finishes 12th

NCMC Meet:

  • Hannibal boys finish second
  • Claudia Nichols medals for Hannibal girls

    1A Sectional Tennis (girls):

    – Lia Quintero (QND)wins singles sectionals
    – Clair Moore and Abigail Ley (QND) finish second in doubles

    2A Sectionals:

    – Otone Odajima (QHS) first in singles
    – Olivia Clayton (QHS) in fourth

    High School Soccer:

    Class 1A Regional Championship: 

    Beardstown: 1
    QND: 2

    High School Football: 

    Highland: 28
    Knox County: 22

    College Football: 

    Quincy: 48
    Southwest Baptist: 34

    Grand View: 21
    Culver-Stockton: 18

    Illinois State: 28
    Western Illinois: 14

    #6 Wisconsin: 23
    Illinois: 24

    Purdue: 20
    Iowa: 26

    Mizzou: 14
    Vanderbilt: 21

    Iowa State: 34
    Texas Tech: 24

    College Soccer (men):

    Grand View: 2
    Culver-Stockton: 0

    HLGU: 2
    Lyon: 4

    College Soccer (women):

    Grand View: 0
    Culver-Stockton: 2

    HLGU: 1
    Lyon: 4

    College Volleyball:

    Quincy: 3
    Northwood: 2

David Sugarman

David Sugarman

David Sugarman is the Weekend Sports Anchor & Reporter at WGEM News.

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