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Prep baseball
Moline 9, United Township 1:
On the back of a three-run first inning, Moline defeated rival United Township in nonconference action. The Maroons notched two runs in the second, a single run in the third and three more in the ninth. Brett Newberg got the pitching win for the Maroons and was backed by brothers Mitch and Drew Owens, who each had a pair of hits and knocked in a pair of runs.

Alleman 9, Princeton 3: Princeton jumped out to three first inning runs against Alleman starter Miguel Sierra, but that's all the Pioneer pitcher gave up. The offense picked him up from there, scoring a pair of runs in the first and third, a single run in the fourth and four more in the fifth. John Tracey led the way for the Pioneers, totaling two hits and driving in a pair of runs. Taner Ledezma homered for Alleman, driving in a trio of runs.

Peoria Notre Dame 9, Rock Island 8: The Irish scored eight runs in the first three innings and proved to be too much for the Rocks to overcome. PND picked up another run in the bottom of the sixth after the Rocks narrowed the lead to 8-6. Rock Island scored a pair of runs in the seventh and had the tying run on second with two outs, but couldn't cash in. Zach Chapman and Paul Sanders each tallied two RBIs on the game for Rock Island.

Geneseo 1, Sterling 0: It took a sacrifice fly to bring home the games only run in the bottom of the seventh. The Maple Leafs' Adam Stenzel was the lone player to reach home plate, and Geneseo's Zach Alexander earned the win in the pitchers' duel with a complete-game shutout.

Annawan-Wethersfield steal pair of wins: The Titans came from behind after trailing in both games to earn the sweep with 3-2 win in nine innings, and a 3-1 in seven. In the first game, Trey Hannam slugged a home run and a double to bring two runs across to vault the Titans into the game. In the second game, the Titans' Cody Phillips struck out 14, allowing only one run. Tyler Litton and Hannam hit home runs to provide the Titans offense.

Golden Eagles sweep in five: Mercer County was dominate, taking the first game 22-2 and the second game 18-0, both in five innings. The Golden Eagles' Ryan Garrett and Tanner Matlick went yard in the first game as Mercer County put together 16 hits. In the second game, Mercer County piled up 11 runs in the second inning.

Prep softball
Riverdale 6, Fulton 0:
The Rams' Sadie Mosher continues her sensational season, earning a win in the circle and tallying four hits. Mosher completed the shutout, scattering three hits with 11 strikeouts and no walks.

Geneseo 6, Streator 4: The Maple Leafs' Jena Reddig pounded a two-run double to highlight a come-from-behind, four-run seventh inning. The Leafs' Jennifer Yager earned a win, and Darian Gillette, Dalee Medley each tallied a pair of hits.

Annawan-Wethersfield picks up pair of wins: The Titans' bats earned them the sweep in the twinbill with a 11-7 and 14-0 win. In the first game, Celina VanHyfte slugged three hits, with a home run and three RBIs. In the second game, Megan Foes smacked three hits, a pair of RBIs and picked up the win in the circle.

Prep girl's soccer
Alleman 7, Pekin 0:
The Pioneers bombarded Pekin with 21 shots, and held Pekin without shot on goal. The Pioneers' Alexandria Serra and Olivia Gonzalez scored two goals each. Emily Bollman scored a goal and added an assist for Alleman.

Prep boys' tennis
Alleman 6, United Township 3:
The Pioneers' Mark McLaughlin earned a win at No. 1 singles, and United Township's Taylor Mack fought his way to a three-set 2-6, 6-2, 10-8 win. In doubles, Mack and Stephen Golden are making a name for themselves, earning a 6-3, 0-6, 10-6 win. Alleman's Garret Larsen, Sam Gelski and Sam Woeber earned wins that helped decide the meet for the Pioneers.

Geneseo 3, Dixon 2: The Maple Leafs' Shawn DePauw and Connor Vandersnick are continuing to be a lethal 1-2 punch as Geneseo swept the singles. Jacob Stimes and Luke Verplates earned the pivotal win in doubles to give the Leafs the victory.

QC college baseball
The Braves tearing up Arrowhead:
Black Hawk swept through Carl Sandburg improving the Braves Arrowhead record to 13-1. Black Hawk took the first game of the twin bill 5-2, and then 8-3 in the second game. Black Hawk scored two runs in the first inning and that would be all that Tommy Argo needed picked up his third win of the season. Black Hawk saw the bats come to life in the second game, Kendall Patrick tallied three hits with a pair of doubles.

















 



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  Today is Thursday, July 31, the 212th day of 2014. There are 153 days left in the year.

1864 -- 150 years ago: A corps of surgeons now occupies the new hospital quarters at the Garrison Hospital on the Rock Island Arsenal. A fence has been installed to enclose the prison hospital.
1889 -- 125 years ago: B. Winter has let a contract to Christ Schreiner for a two story brick building with a double store front on the south side of 3rd Avenue just west of 17th Street. The estimated cost was $4,500.
1914 -- 100 years ago: Germany sent simultaneous ultimatums to Russia and France, demanding that Russia suspend mobilization within 12 hours and demanding that France inform Germany within 18 hours. In the case of war between Germany and Russia, France would remain neutral.
1939 -- 75 years ago: Civil service offices at the post office and the Rock Island Arsenal were swamped as more than 700 youths sought 15 machinist apprenticeships at the Arsenal.
1964 -- 50 years ago: Last night, American Legion Post 246 in Moline figuratively handed over the trousers to a female ex-Marine and petticoat rule began. Olga Swanson, of Moline, was installed as the first woman commander of the post .
1989 -- 25 years ago: The Illinois Quad City Civic Center captured the excitement and interest of a convention of auditorium managers this weekend in Reno, Nev. Bill Adams, civic center authority chairman, said the 10,000-seat arena planned for downtown Moline has caught the eye of construction firms, suppliers, management teams and concession groups.








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