No high school senior ever thought that their last year of high school would turn out like it has. Quincy Senior High School has been asked over the last few weeks what they plan is for graduation, and there's not one plan, but two.
In October, the Quincy Blue Devils played the Quincy Notre Dame Raiders in football for the first time in 30 years. It hasn't quite been that long since the boys' basketball teams for the schools have played one another, but it's been a while. The Blue Devils and Raiders will meet up for the first time since 2008 on Saturday. Who do you think will win the game?
There have been some pretty big football games over the past few seasons. In 2012 Quincy made a visit to Hannibal. That was a crazy night. There crowd was huge. The weather was terrible. Everyone got soaked, but they saw a great game. Quincy Notre Dame and Hannibal had played one another up until this season, and those games were also always packed. For this season, it's hard to imagine a game tha
The employment of Sean Taylor as head basketball coach of the Quincy Senior High Blue Devils came to an end this morning. The Quincy School Board voted to remove him, according to Quincy Herald-Whig. School Board President Stephanie Erwin made the announcement after the board voted 6 to nothing to remove Taylor from his basketball position.
It is hard to believe but this Saturday the 6th Annual Veteran's Parade will be held in Quincy with nearly 80 entries ready to go down Maine Street beginning at 10am. I remember meeting with the parade chairmen Jim Ponsot and Dick McKinney five years ago to discuss putting on the first parade. We had no idea how many entries we would have but to see it nearing 80 this year is fabulous.
Efforts are underway to increase security at Quincy High School and Quincy Area Vocational-Technical Center. The Quincy School District plans to install 64 more video cameras this summer. Administrators want the cameras so they can review any altercations between students.