Chicago Mt. Carmel at Moline – Illinois Class 7A playoffs first round
Saturday, October 28th – Browning Field, Moline IL
Pregame – 3:40 PM
Kickoff – 4:00 PM
Play by play – Joe Winkel
The Quad Cities catches football playoff fever this week with the first round of playoff action beginning in Iowa and Illinois. QCSportsNet will be live in Bettendorf and Moline to bring you all of the live action!
On Friday, October 27th, Pleasant Valley and Bettendorf renew the Quad Cities’ biggest football rivalry in a rematch of a tight Week 4 matchup at TouVelle Stadium in Bettendorf. On Saturday, October 28th, the Western Big 6 champion Moline Maroons host perennial Illinois power Chicago Mt. Carmel in the first round of the Illinois Class 7A playoffs. Dallon Christensen and Joe Winkel bring you the live action this weekend. It promises to be an intense weekend of win or go home high school football action.
QCSportsNet is proud to be the Quad Cities’ live local sports leader, and we are the home of the Quad Cities’ high school football playoffs!
It’s “win and you are in” for Pleasant Valley this Friday night, as the Spartans travel to Dubuque for a play-in game against Dubuque Senior to finish the regular season live on QCSportsNet! The Spartans and Rams play for second place and a spot in the Iowa Class 4A playoffs, while Moline looks to improve its playoff seeding as the Maroons host Stagg. Rock Island looks to keep its slight playoff hopes alive in the season finale against Mateo Valley from Rock Island Public Schools Stadium. We will be on the air at 7:10 PM with all three of our broadcasts, with the usual crew of Joe Winkel (Moline), Dallon Christensen (PV), and Ken Jacoby (Rock Island) bringing you all of the live action.
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Fresh off of its first regional championship since 2011, the Moline Maroons head to Ottawa on Tuesday night to face Danville in the Ottawa Sectional semifinal. The Maroons will look to continue their improbable state playoff run, and QCSportsNet will be there to bring you all of the action from historic Kingman Gymnasium at Ottawa High School. Please note that all Moline games this postseason will air on QCSportsNet’s United Township channel. Joe Winkel will bring you all of the action from Ottawa starting with the pregame coverage at 6:45 PM.
Follow QCSportsNet on Facebook and Twitter for all game updates for Moline’s run in the state playoff series. We’d also like to thank Hammar and Associates for their presenting sponsorship of our coverage of Moline basketball.
Tuesday, March 7th – Moline boys vs. Danville, Ottawa Sectional semifinal (6:45 PM pregame, 7 PM tipoff)
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QCSportsNet.com, the leading provider of high school sports play-by-play in the Quad Cities, has announced plans for the 2016-17 season, including live coverage of three area high schools: Rock Island, United Township, and Pleasant Valley.
QCSportsNet will live stream all Rock Island and Pleasant Valley football games, and all boys basketball games for Rocky, PV, and United Township. After making an impact on girls sports last season with live play-by-play of state tournament basketball games, QCSportsNet is expanding its girls hoops coverage, with nine or more regular season games for each of the three schools, Rocky, PV, and UT. In addition, all football playoff games and all state tournament boys and girls basketball games of all three schools will be carried live.
Throughout the season, fans can keep track of upcoming games and news about the Rocks, Spartans, and Panthers at www.QCSportsNet.com, or facebook.com/QCSportsNet.
The same lead announcers will return for the upcoming season: Dallon Christensen (Pleasant Valley), Ken Jacoby (Rock Island), and Joe Winkel and Tanner Rowe (United Township). In addition, Quad Cities River Bandits play-by-play announcer Jake Levy will lend his talents to the QCSportsNet crew.
In its biggest year yet, QCSportsNet capped off its 2015-16 season with 2,170 unique visitors to the United Township live streaming page for the Super Sectional boys basketball game vs. Chicago Simeon. This set the all-time single-game record in the history of live streaming service Network1Sports, which has 247 channels in 33 states and has carried more than 40,000 games since its inception in 2005.