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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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High School Football: Springfield hires Gully

May 19, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
Gully, 39, is also resigning from his job teaching history at Galesburg High School. A 12-day strike in that school district earlier this school year helped make Gully's tough decision a little easier to come to Springfield. “It's been tough to see the ... More

Galesburg Altrusa named 3-state winner

Apr 28, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
SANDWICH — A cooperative effort between Galesburg Altrusa and Galesburg High School North garnered top honors for the service club April 18. Altrusa Club of Galesburg received the first place Mamie L. Bass Service Award for Illinois, Indiana and ... More

Education news about Galesburg area students

Apr 26, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
NORMAL — Illinois Wesleyan University student Olivia Anderson, Galesburg, has been named the recipient of the Kay Nelson Memorial Essay Prize for her essay “Blood Tide.” Writer and associate professor at Ithaca College Diane ... A 2011 graduate of ... More

Galesburg Baseball: Streaks survive shaky start

May 19, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG — Things started off shaky for Cody Hawthorne on the mound Tuesday evening. But the Galesburg High School junior recovered and the Silver Streaks notched a 2-0 victory over Peoria Notre Dame at Jim Sundberg Field. Hawthorne (3-3) ... More

Lombard gym named in Erickson's honor

May 15, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
"I used to watch my brother Jimmy play for coach Erickson and I couldn't wait to play for him," said Range, Galesburg High School's all-time leading scorer who later played at the University of Iowa. "It wasn't about basketball. It was about him. "He ... More

GHS student artwork lands in DC

May 7, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
The first place winner is Tiernan Smith from Galesburg High School, who will have his artwork displayed in the U.S. Capitol Building for the next year. Smith's ... The runners-up will have their artwork displayed in Bustos' Illinois and Washington, D.C ... More

McWilliams commits to Prairie Fire

May 13, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG — Tallen McWilliams knows a little about adversity. He didn't step on the field in games for Galesburg High School's football team as a junior. That wasn't the case for the 5-foot-10 tight end/linebacker his senior year. McWilliams rarely ... More

Galesburg Boys Track: Eiker qualifies in 4 events

May 22, 2015 • Galesburg Register-Mail
MACOMB — Galesburg High School's Josh Eiker knew going in what he wanted to do at the Class 2A Macomb sectional on Thursday evening. The junior wanted to advance to next weekend's Illinois High School Association state meet, held at Eastern Illinois ... More

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