Year in Review 2023: Most watched episodes of “Schuck on a Truck”

Review — Schuck on a Truck

QUINCY — Anywhere Muddy River Sports Editor Matt Schuckman drives his pickup, the opportunity exists for an episode of “Schuck on a Truck” to take place. Throughout 2023, the truck ended up parked just beyond end zones, behind center field fences and at state tournament sites across the state. The tailgate became a place for constant conversation.

Here is a look at the 10 most viewed episodes of “Schuck on a Truck” throughout 2023:

1. Following a 13-1 victory over Bloomington Central Catholic in the Class 2A state semifinals, and just two days after Tucker Tollerton was killed in an automobile accident, the Quincy Notre Dame baseball players piled onto the tailgate and into the bed of the truck to discuss their emotional journey.

2. At halftime of the Camp Point Central football team’s regular-season victory over Brown County, the wives of the Panthers’ coaches got together to discuss their family-like relationship.

3. Prior to the start of another historic season, Hannibal all-purpose back Aneyas Williams talked about his commitment to the University of Notre Dame and his pride in representing the Pirates.

4. Quincy High School football coach Rick Little hijacked this episode and turned the tide on Matt Schuckman, asking the questions while also talking a little football.

5. Camp Point Central football coach Brad Dixon and the Panthers’ 12 seniors celebrated their Class 1A state championship from the bed of the truck.

6. Following their victory over previously undefeated Greenfield-Northwestern in the Class 1A state semifinals, several of the Camp Point Central football players discussed what it was like to return to the state title game.

7. KHQA sports director Chris Duerr and Matt Schuckman discussed the start of the fall sports as the August grind began.

8. Weather forced this episode to be recorded in Blue Devil Gym as Quincy Shootout director Eric Stratman previewed the fifth year of the high school basketball showcase.

9. Quincy Notre Dame football coach Jack Cornell talked about his beard maintenance and the Raiders’ playoff victory prior to the second-round matchup with Nashville.

10. Hunter Voth, who is making a name for himself as a broadcaster for the Unity Mustangs Sports Network, celebrated Autism Awareness Month by discussing how autism has impacted his life.

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