Quincy Sports Spotlight

 

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…
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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…
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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:…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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