GENESEO -- If you ask Geneseo boys' soccer coach Harvey Morton, nothing has changed. As the season approaches, Morton is preparing for his first campaign at the helm of the Leafs' program after working alongside Ian Kline for nine seasons as an assistant.Kline resigned from his position as head girls' and boys' coach midway through this past spring season, leaving Morton to fill in in the interim.
MOLINE -- The Moline Post 246 American Legion baseball needed a bounce back performance. Perhaps, no individual on the team needed it more than center fielder Eric Maffie.Maffie, who bats out of the No. 2 hole in Post 246's lineup, was 0-for-5 in the team's 14th District Tournament loss to East Moline on Wednesday night.
MOLINE -- You take what you can get on the baseball field and the Milan Post 569 American Legion baseball team took every mistake that Monmouth Post 136 gave to them on Tuesday afternoon.Despite only nine hits, Post 569 capitalized on four Monmouth errors to win 10-0 in a mercy rule seven-inning affair at Moline High School's Holmgren Field. The biggest difference was the Monmouth youth did not come ready to play against the seasoned Milan team.
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Selecting a term
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