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Weather plays havoc with sports schedule

Apr 16, 2011 • by Brian Rathjen • North Scott Senior High School
Friday, April 15, may have been Tax Day -- actually, it was Emancipation Day in Washington, D.C. (don't ask), meaning filing date for taxes won't be until Monday, April 18 -- but for Quad-City area high school sports fans, it was a day several anticipated sporting events were canceled due to the wea More

Genesis PSP Shootout is coming!

Dec 15, 2010 • QCA-TV
14 teams, seven games highlight bi-state battle at Augustana College More

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Hawkins represents GHS in Shrine game

Jul 7, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG — Matt Hawkins still has some time before he heads to Butler University and starts activities as a member of the Bulldogs' football team. The 2014 Galesburg High School grad played every position for the Silver Streaks on the defensive line ... More

Fike on a familiar track

Jul 18, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
The 1999 Galesburg High School grad was one of 53 drivers who raced late into the night in one of five classes — Outlaw (four cylinders), Stars Regional (modlites), Open Modifieds, Steel Block/Pro-Late Challenge and Stock Cars — in the Knox County ... More

Women's All-City: Thompson repeats title

Jul 18, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
I was hoping to get the record of 11-under for the tournament. I think that's what it is. Kessler set it. Bracken gets to me.” Nesselroad, who along with Koehler is a member of the Galesburg High School girls golf team, didn't think she'd catch ... More

GHS Football: Streaks also hard at work

Jul 21, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG - While Russell Construction finishes building Galesburg High School's new football stadium just a long punt away, the Silver Streaks team has been busy building the first team that will play inside it. One early benefit of the new stadium ... More

Isaacson verbally commits to Coastal Carolina

Jul 18, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURGGalesburg High School senior Peyton Isaacson has verbally committed to play baseball at Coastal Carolina University. The 6-foot-1 catcher/pitcher informed his family and school officials of his intentions Tuesday and hadn't told anyone else. More

Streaks Notebook: Galesburg girls getting better

Jun 25, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
For Galesburg High School girls basketball coach Evan Massey the summer isn't about winning. It's about getting better and the Silver Streaks have. Galesburg's been playing in its own summer league — it's the 28th year Massey's organized it — and ... More

Galesburg's Sundberg retiring from Rangers

Jul 2, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
ARLINGTON, Texas — Jim Sundberg is retiring from the Texas Rangers' front office at the end of the season, 40 years after his big-league career began as a catcher with the club. Sundberg, 63, is a 1969 graduate of Galesburg High School, a member of ... More

Galesburg native completes Air Force training

Jul 10, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
She also earned earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. She is a 2011 graduate of Galesburg High School. For more information, visit --. By Staff reports. The ... More

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