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WGEM Sports At Six: Thursday (June 3) The Quincy Notre Dame Raiders Are Ready To Play Host To The Saukees Of Pittsfield On The Baseball Diamond In A Class 2A Regional Semifinal Showdown At “The Ferd” And Quincy Blue Devils Wrestler Thomas Culp Signs National Letter Of Intent In The Gem City

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Quincy Notre Dame head coach Ryan Oden had the Raiders ready. Ready to perform at their best at Ferd Niemann Jr. Memorial Field as the "Blue and Gold" prepared to face the 7-th seeded Saukees of Pittsfield in a Class 2A Regional Semifinal clash.

Ethan Kite received the call to the hill for the Raiders. The St. Ambrose signee had the confidence of his head coach to get the job done against PHS. Regarding QND being ready for post-season play, Coach Oden stated before the game, "You have continue to play the game that we played all year and you just have to remind those guys that it's just another day--another game that we can't panic when things don't go the way we want them to go." Coach Oden had more details to share. We'll have an update...

Quincy High's Thomas Culp has had a highly productive career on teh prep wrestling mats with the Blue Devils. Earlier today he reaped the fruits of all his hard work as he signed a National Letter of Intent with an NAIA collegiate wrestling program that hails from St. Louis and competes in the American Mid-West Conference. We'll have the story...

The Girls Class 1A Track and Field Sectionals were held in Beardstown today. Several student-athletes from Pittsfield, Liberty, and Unity High came up with performances that earned them a first-class ticket to the upcoming IHSA State Track & Field Championship. We'll have an update on some of today's top performers.

Tony Cornish Jr.

Tony is the Sports Director for WGEM News.

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