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TaxSlayer Center

"Let's keep hockey in the Quad Cities." That's the slogan at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline - on Friday it began selling season tickets for next year even though the Quad City Mallards will officially cease operations this weekend.  

River Bandits Weigh In On New Extra-Innings Rule

Apr 5, 2018
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Many Quad Cities River Bandits games will feel a lot different this season, for both players and fans.

WVIK News

It doesn't feel like spring, but the new Midwest League baseball season begins Thursday night. And the Quad Cities River Bandits will begin defending their league title, hosting Cedar Rapids at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport. 

Clinton Lumberkings

The Clinton Lumberkings will start the new season with a new manager, nine returning players, and a few extras for fans.

WVIK News

It may not feel like it but spring must be coming soon. That's because the Quad City River Bandits have arrived at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport to prepare for the new Midwest League season. 

Quad City Mallards

On Midwest Week, with the season nearly over, the Quad City Mallards learn they, and the team, will not return in the fall.

With little or no warning, a disappointing season for the Quad City Mallards has become even more disappointing. Tuesday  owner Jordan Melville announced the minor league hockey team will cease operations at the end of the season.

Goodbye, QC Mallards

Mar 13, 2018
WVIK News

With little or no warning, a disappointing season for the Quad City Mallards has become even more disappointing. Tuesday owner Jordan Melville announced the team will cease operations at the end of the season.

submitted / Monmouth College

A pole vaulter from Monmouth College is the champion in NCAA Division III track and field. Over the weekend in Alabama, Senior Dan Evers earned the national indoor title by clearing a height of 17'7.25".

It's a new Monmouth College record, and the senior's personal best.

Monmouth’s outdoor track season begins March 23rd at Augustana College.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Braves, Bulldogs, Panthers, and Lady Bears are showing the same talent and strength as their forerunners. At a breakfast today in Moline, the Missouri Valley Conference celebrated 25 years of women's sports. 

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