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Brody Glei

Brody has been steadily making a run for top 10 in the conference.  He scored a new Personal Best score of 79 at the Clinton Invitational for 18 holes, earning himself a 6th place medal from a competitive 16 schools that attended.
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Matt Hagaman

Matt recorded both pitching victories in the Orioles All Sports Day Championship. He also added 4 hits and 4 rbi and leads the team at the ½ point of the season with 14 hits.
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ALL SPORTS DAY

The Home of the Orioles will be hosting Quincy’s All Sports Day this Saturday, May 4th. All events will be jumping into action at 10:00 am. Girls soccer will face Jackson Northwest in the first round. Girls and boys track will be competing against Bronson, Hillsdale, Litchfield, Pittsford, Tekonsha, Union City, Jackson Northwest, and Waldron. The varsity softball team will take on Stockbridge to start off the day. As well as the Quincy varsity baseball team competing against Adrian Madison in the first game of the day.     Soccer will play again on Monday, May 6th. Softball and baseball will see action again Tuesday, May 7th, and track will compete Wednesday April 8th at Union City.     Come out and support our athletes!
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Baseball Field

The baseball field is receiving some much needed TLC, giving a new shine to an old history after 46 years of season after season play. Taking on a new facelift of the field, infield, sod, and fencing. The field had not seen this kind of care since 1972. [The field] wasn't completely horrible, but some things were getting really bad...the part that needed the most improvement was the transition from the grass to the dirt on the infield. It was really bad, sometimes balls would bounce off of a lip and shoot over your head into the outfield,” senior Caleb McCavit said. Sports Turf Management has been working hard to bring this baseball field back to its finest condition. Fixing the backstop, dugouts, field conditions, as well as man other things. “A cleaned up and nice looking venue (field) is eye candy, but players will have an increased opportunity to advance skills by playing on a ‘true” diamond one that is level, minus lips or bumps,” baseball head coach Patrick Dillon said. Coach Dillon, as well as the team, are very proud of the new look and what the field can provide for the baseball program. According to Coach Dillon, “other amenities to advance the baseball facilities would be bullpens, improved batting cages, a batting cage shell, and some aesthetics – flowers,  trees, etc and a spectator friendly environment” would be the next step in creating a better and more improved program. “We aren’t all the way there yet, but when [the players] show up with the attitude of we “get” to work on the diamond vs we “have” to work on the field.  Then we will [have] a 1st class baseball facility,” Coach Dillon said. The graduating seniors will have their first and last season on this shining new field as they say goodbye to their high school baseball experience. “This being the first and last year on this field will be very fun and sad at the same time.  It will be a fun last year playing baseball with all my friends but when it comes to an end it will be sad.  I am just excited to see what this season brings,” senior Caleb McCavit said. The baseball team will have the opportunity to take the field March 27 in the game against Olivet.
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Trainer Charlie

Quincy’s athletic trainer Charlie Birchmeier has shown to be a tremendous addition to the Quincy staff, helping to mend the broken and keep the strong healthy. Working hard through his first year as an active trainer and receiving his degree from Saginaw State University this past May. Birchmeier enjoys a lot of things about being an athletic trainer. “I really enjoy watching all the different sports here at Quincy and working with all the athletes. I also like the challenge of figuring out what some athletes injuries might be and finding ways to help them heal faster with exercises,” athletic trainer Charlie Birchmeier said. To Birchmeier the toughest part is “learning and remembering everyone's names, there are a lot of athletes in a lot of different sports here, so it can be tough to keep track of everyone.” He likes being a trainer at Quincy because “everyone from the staff to the students have been very nice and helpful to me. Also I like working at a school where there are [a lot] different sports and there is a lot of variety in the sports [and they all have their unique challenges] here at Quincy.” Birchmeier’s future plans are to remain at Quincy longer than the last few trainers have. “I like this school and the people here, so I plan to be here for awhile,” trainer Charlie Birchmeier said. Thank you Charlie Birchmeier.
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Volunteer Form

Interested in earning a free family pass?  Fill out the volunteer form located on the athletic page of the school website and turn it into the athletic office.  
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Athletic Passes

Family Passes $175.00 Student Passes $30.00 Punch Passes $60.00 Senior Passes-Must live in Quincy School District Passes will be available in the Athletic Office
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