August 1, 2017
|Ken Jacoby||Dallon Christensen||Dan McGuire|
|QCSportsNet.com||QCSportsNet.com||Principal, Moline High School|
|(309) 912-5135||(563) 468-7168||(309) 743-8802|
2017-18 play-by-play to include Moline Maroons
QCSportsNet.com announces expansion of live coverage
QCSportsNet.com, the leading provider of high school sports play-by-play in the Quad Cities, will be expanding its live coverage for the 2017-18 season to include Moline High School. The Maroons will have live play-by-play of all football and boys basketball games, plus specially selected girls basketball games, including all post-season action in all three sports.
“When Moline emerged in the boys basketball regional, we were able to pick up live coverage of the Maroons as they continued into the regional final and sectional play, and we had a tremendous response from both listeners and the business community,” said QCSportsNet’s Ken Jacoby. “We’re so pleased to add Moline, a school with a great sports tradition, to our coverage. We can’t wait to get started.”
For the 2017 football season, lead announcers will be:
For Moline Maroons Football, presented by Adolph’s Mexican Foods – Joe Winkel, who has also called play-by-play for United Township basketball games for the past five seasons
For Rock Island Rocks Football, presented by Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Homes & Crematory – Ken Jacoby, returning for his sixth consecutive season calling Rocky games
For Pleasant Valley Spartans Football – Dallon Christensen, QCSportsNet founder, returning for his fifth straight year calling Spartans games
Also returning to the QCSportsNet.com announcing team is Jake Levy, play-by-play announcer for the Quad City River Bandits baseball club. The full roster of lead announcers for the 2017-18 basketball season will be announced later.
QCSportsNet.com already provides live coverage of football and boys and girls basketball for Rock Island and Pleasant Valley high schools, as well as boys and girls basketball coverage of United Township High School. During the 2016-17 season, QCSportsNet.com live-streamed a total of 148 regular season and post season games. That number is expected to be near 200 in 2017-18.