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  • Duo sets disc golf world record in Rock Falls

    There’s a new world record being sent into the Guinness Book of World Records and it comes from just east of the Quad Cities. A pair of lifelong friends from the south suburbs of Chicago have used their love of disc golf to make their mark on history. Twenty-four hours, 1620 holes, plenty of pain, but a new world record. Joe Duncan and Garry Murphy came to Nims Park in Rock Falls, Ill., to break the world record for disc […]

  • Former Hawkeye and Packer Aaron Kampman talks FCA, Hawkeyes and Packers

    Former Iowa Hawkeye and Green Bay Packer Aaron Kampman made a stop in the Quad Cities for the FCA Night of Champions. He talked with Steve Campbell about speaking at the FCA fundraiser, being involved in the community since he retired from the NFL, Iowa Hawkeyes football, and the Green Bay Packers. Matt Coss from QC Varsity talked about spring sports on the Iowa side of the river and which teams could be playing for a state championship. In the […]

  • Hawkeyes and Cyclones hope to “Spring” to better results

    The Iowa Hawkeyes held a public practice at Valley Stadium in West Des Moines, Iowa. It’s a part of their spring practice schedule where they are looking to improve heading into the fall season. Iowa opens the 2014 season on August 30 against Northern Iowa at Kinnick Stadium. The Iowa State Cyclones held their spring game at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa, as part of their spring schedule. They are looking to improve on a tough season. The Cyclones […]

  • Conference play off and swinging on Western Big 6 diamonds

    The Quad City Mallards started quick on Saturday night and never looked back in a 3-1 win over Rapid City. The win gives the Mallards a 3-2 series lead over the Rush in their best-of-seven playoff series. The Mallards scored two goals in the first period to take a 2-0 lead at the first intermission. It stayed that way until the third period. Rapid City lit the lamp early in the period, but the Mallards had the equalizer to regain […]

  • The Score Sunday – Illinois-Iowa Basketball Recap, Rock Island Boys’ BB, St. Ambrose Women’s BB, FCA

    The Score Sunday features Tom Kakert from the Hawkeye Report and Ked Prince from Illini Nation recapping the Illinois-Iowa basketball game, the Rock Island boys’ basketball team getting set for sectionals, the St. Ambrose women’s basketball team as they head to the NAIA D-II national tournament, and the FCA Story of the Week.

  • Iowa State’s Ejim, Kane Honored

    A pair of Iowa State Cyclones earned honors from the Big 12 Conference. Melvin Ejim was named the Player of the Year. DeAndre Kane was named Top Newcomer of the Year.

  • Illini Pick Up Key Win at Iowa

    Illinois picked up a key 66-63 win over Iowa to cap off the regular season. The Illini won three straight road games to end the season. Senior Jon Ekey hit a three-pointer with under a second to play to give Illinois the win.

  • Loss to Illinois Continues Iowa Skid

    Iowa’s loss to Illinois was their fifth in their last six games to end the regular season.

  • Burlington Notre Dame Primed for Another State Run

    The 2014 Iowa 1A state champion Burlington Notre Dame girls basketball team will lose only one player to graduation next year and they will be primed to make another run to state.

  • Moline Tops Kankakee, Finishes 2nd at MLK Classic

    The Moline boys basketball team defeated Kankakee to 66-56 and finished in 2nd place at the Moline MLK Jr. Classic.

  • Hawkeyes Move into Top 10

    The Iowa Hawkeyes men’s basketball team moves into the Associated Press poll’s top 10 for the first time since 2002.

  • Wethersfield Takes Boys Title at Warkins Classic

    Wethersfield defeated Stockton 77-69 to win the boys championship game of the Warkins Cardinal Classic in Erie.

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