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River Bandits win Midwest League Championship Series


Iowa rallies to beat North Texas, 31-14


Patrick at career crossroads as days as driver appear over


Iowa beats Iowa State in overtime, retains CyHawk Trophy


Quad City native loses at U.S. Open Championship


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Hurricane shuts down southern sporting events.


Rock Island's Madison Keys advances to quarterfinals at U.S. Open


Illinois beats Ball State 24-21


Iowa beats Wyoming in season opener, 24-3


Two female QCA athletes break barriers through football


Madison Keys moves to 2nd round in U.S. Open


Highlight Zone Week One: Back to School


Mayweather, McGregor ready to rumble in much-hyped fight


Quad City Steamwheelers returning to I-Wireless Center


Cubs and Diamondbacks hold dance-off during rain delay


North Scott coaching legend Dennis Johnson passes away


Cubs issue World Series championship ring to Bartman


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