Quincy Sports Spotlight

 

Cross Country Rockin Recaps

The Cross Country teams have had an amazing season this year placing at each meet. Not only leaving their opponents behind but leaving their old personal records behind as well as they set new ones and continue to push forward. The boys team has placed above 5th place in three meets while receiving several PR’s…
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Coaches Corner

Coach Jim Crabbs has been a huge piece to Quincy’s athletics as well as academics. Mr. Crabbs taught and coached cross country/track for nine years at Riverview Gabriel Richard. He came to Quincy in the fall of `98 making this his 21st year of coaching. “ I coach because I love the sport.  I also…
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Military Night

On Friday, October 5 Quincy High School will be honoring our Military  at the Varsity Football game against Springport Spartans.  QHS Varsity Club will be selling t-shirts for this event.  Please see a varsity club member or contact Trina Craig if you are interested in purchasing a shirt.  The cost of the shirt is $10.
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Rocking Recaps

The varsity boys soccer team won their tournament this past weekend at Stockbridge High School. Winning against Michigan Center with a score of 4-1, and Stockbridge also with a score of 4-1. The boys now sit with a record of (4-1). They will play again Thursday (8/30) at Hillsdale Academy.   The varsity boys football…
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Coaches Corner

Senior Coaches Adams, Ritch-Girls Basketball Crabbs, James-Cross Country, Track Craig, Jeff-Football Evans, Robert-Football, Track Michael, Nick-Softball Powell, Jeff-Volleyball, Golf, Bowling Rodesiler, Scott-Boys Basketball, MS Football Signor, Scott- Boys Soccer Supianoski, James-Track Swift, Ivan-Girls Soccer Tuttle, Cecil-Wrestling New Coaches–New to the Nest Dillon, Pat-Baseball   Corey Rogers Myers, Melicca and Holland, Alicia -MS Volleyball Signor, Scott-8th Grade…
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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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