2022 Year in Review: Most read columns


Quincy High School offensive lineman Cole Wagy, right, kneels down to console Chatham Glenwood linebacker Brock Rogers following last week's Class 6A first-round playoff game in Chatham, Ill. | Photo courtesy Derek Parris, Channel1450.com

QUINCY — Stories of heart and soul, of community pride and compassion, of history and hope are what defined 2022. Here is a look at the most read columns at Muddy River Sports throughout the past year:

1. Schuckman: Empathy and respect create viral video moment between QHS, Glenwood football players

2. Schuckman: Homegrown talent displaying hometown pride is what small-school basketball should be about

3. Crim: If life is about making memories, Pittsfield’s Fischer is truly living the good life

4. Schuckman: Blue Devils’ Douglas pours every beat of his heart into love for his players

5. Schuckman: In toughest of times, Raiders stand resolute as ‘pillar of strength’ for Orne

6. Crim: Kreke’s influence on longstanding success of Liberty basketball program remains evident

7. Crim: Signing with WWE’s ‘Next In Line’ program helps Pittsfield’s Hayden conquer more stereotypes

8. Crim: From Warsaw to West Point to the world, Rothert’s journey is fascinating tale

9. Schuckman: Time has come for WB6, Alleman to go separate ways

10. Crim: Walton’s journey brings him home, where teaching and coaching made for a fulfilling career

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