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Jessica Holcomb

Had 17 points and 16 rebounds in two games last week vs Bronson and Waldron.
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Cassie White

After placing 3rd at Regionals competed at the state singles tourney for Div. 4 bowling.  Led the conference with a 208 season avg.
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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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State Bound

Sophomore Gerl Pish will be heading to Ford Field on Friday March 1st through Saturday the 2nd to compete in the state wrestling match. He placed 3rd at the Regional Meet. Junior Brody Glei and Senior Cassie White will be traveling to North Way Lanes in Muskegon on Saturday March 2nd to compete in the individual state bowling competition. The competition will begin at 8am. Best of luck to all our athletes!  
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Down For Districts

Down for Districts Boys Basketball Date: 2/27/19 Time: 7:30pm Location: Reading   Girls Basketball Date: 3/6/19 Time: 6:00pm Location: Hudson   Competitive Cheer Date: 2/15/19 Time: 6:00pm Location: Gobles   Wrestling Team Date: 2/6/19 Time: PAST Location: PAST Individual Regional Date: 2/16/19 Time: ? Location: Hudson   Bowling Girls/Boys Team Date: 2/22/19 Time: 10:00am Location: Flat Rock Individual Date: 2/23/19 Girls: 8:30am Boys: 1:00pm Location: Flat Rock
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Will Dunn

Three year varsity player junior William Dunn hit his record of 1,000 points January 8, 2019. Being one of only three boys to accomplish this achievement wearing the Quincy uniform. “The special things that William brings to the court is that he is a guard in a center's body. What I mean by that is that he is extremely tall at 6'8" but he has guard skills with the way he can shoot from the outside, handle the ball, see the court, and make good passes to teammates. He has a lethal combination of size, skills, and athleticism that you just don't see very often, especially around this area.  He also has a strong work ethic and competitive drive. Dunn is constantly working on improving himself at the game of basketball. He is a strong competitor who wants to win and is willing to take the big shots in big moments,” Coach Rodesiler said. To prepare himself for his best during games he always makes sure to watch film on the opposing team before he goes against them, while also putting in countless hours of practice and extra work. Not only is Dunn strong individually but “he puts the team first. Winning the game is more important to William than how many points he scores. He is very good about making the "right" play...He is very intelligent as a player, and will make the right decision most of the time.” It's extremely fun to coach William because he listens and then puts into action what you ask him to do, which is more difficult to do than it sounds. In my experience, most players listen, but then have difficulty changing an old habit, while William has the ability to instantly change on the next play. William wants to be coached and to improve himself as a basketball player,” coach Rodesiler said. Dunn’s plans for the rest of the season are to continue to be successful and do what It takes to win. Followed by doing the same routine as this season and continuing to work hard and win. While in hopes to win another district championship and win a regional championship. As a junior, Dunn is being actively recruited by multiple schools. Three of which have offered scholarships, those schools being American University, Ferris State University, and Hillsdale College. “You wouldn't believe the amount of invites, calls, texts, e-mails, and visits that William, his parents, and I field weekly about him from various colleges...I believe that by next year, he will have many more offers from colleges and universities,” coach Rodesiler said. Congratulations William Dunn.
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Coach Kim Miller

Coach Kim Miller has recently taken over the Varsity Competitive Cheer team to rebuild the program. She comes from a very experienced background in cheer, cheering in high school and college, as well as coaching before coming to Quincy. Coach Miller competed as back spot in high school and a flier in college. “I want to establish competitive as a serious sport in Quincy. I want our team to work together, respect each other and respect all those we come in contact with. We are going to work hard this year and hopefully place well in our competitions,” Coach MIller said. Coach Miller coaches because being part of a team helps to teach time management, teamwork, commitment and overall helps kids to succeed in life. Being involved in sports also gives kids a safe place to learn how to work though interpersonal problems. “I learned so much though being involved in sports in high school and college and I love the chance to give that same opportunity to the kids in Quincy,” Coach Miller said. According to Coach Miller cheer is a little bit different than most sports because you have to have an extreme trust and respect among the team members in order for the team to work. Once this trust and respect are established, amazing bonds are formed among team members. Thank you Coach Miller.   By:Mickala Signor
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Matt Boger

Coach Matt Boger has returned to Quincy taken on his first year of being a head coach taking on this year's varsity wrestling team. While he does have an in depth background wrestling, helping coach and teach young wrestlers as well as wrestling as an Oriole from 5th through 12th grade. “I coach because I love the competition and the life lessons learned through sports are important for young people. I’m also excited for the opportunity to continue to serve my community in a positive manner,” Coach Boger said. Coaching to Coach Boger means developing young people into the adults they are capable of becoming. What Coach Boger likes most about coaching “is passing on [his] love for wrestling and helping people reach their goals.” Thank you Coach Boger.   By:Mickala Signor
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