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Justify wins Belmont Stakes, Triple Crown


Rock Island softball clinches first ever state championship berth


PV's Alexia Lara wins Iowa softball Gatorade Player of the Year


Three QCA girls soccer teams advance to state tournament


Rock Island softball advances to first ever state semifinal


Bettendorf falls to Waukee in state championship, 3-0


Hall beats Teutopolis to claim state baseball championship in 2A


Rockridge softball wins class 2A state championship


Bettendorf edges Iowa City High to advance to 3A semifinals


Assumption falls in 1A state quarterfinal to Gilbert, 1-0


Hall, Happ forgo NBA Draft to return for senior seasons


Rock Falls baseball edges Dixon to advance to regional final


Monmouth College baseball clinches NCAA Tournament berth


Muscatine's Joe Wieskamp honored as Gatorade Player of the Year


QC Sports Hall of Fame inducts three new members


Wieskamp, Spelhaug win QC Times' Athletes of the Year


Moline, Alleman clinch share of Western Big 6 baseball title


Former Monmouth College quarterback signs with Giants


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