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Davenport Assumption football star Tyler Maro is considered a three-star recruit by Rivals.com.
When he left the area he had called home for all of his life to head out west, Brandon Johnston felt it was an opportunity too good to pass up.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought sports to a halt. Nobody is certain when practices will resume or games will commence.
Just 13 months ago, Brandon Krusey announced he was leaving Davenport North to take a head football coaching position at Mason City High School.
The largest classification in Iowa high school football is undergoing a makeover for the 2020 season.
When you are being recruited to play football in college it can be easy to look at the well-known "name" schools who make an offer. Moline sen…
DEWITT — Logan Paulsen feels the best is yet to come.
ANNAWAN, Ill. — Attracting interest from college football programs spanning all three NCAA divisions, Drake Van Hyfte has made his choice.
Before he could strap on the pads and participate in tackle football, Noah Abbott was an avid hockey player.
College athletics is big business. Jackson Stoefen learned this fall it can be a cruel business, too.
Excitement might not be a strong enough word to express the feeling Moline football coach Mike Morrissey had Tuesday morning.
Harrison Bey-Buie made an imprint on Bettendorf's football program in just one season. Seth Adrian has had an impact on Davenport Assumption s…