Todd Mizener - Visual Journalist - Sports
Tanner Williams, Orion High School senior forward, is off to another fast start with 82 points, 26 rebounds and three blocked shots as the Chargers went 4-0 and won their own Orion Tip-Off Classic, with Williams earning All-Tournament honors. Orion's seven seniors all have high hopes this year after going 30-4 and coming within a whisker of the Final Four. Pictured with Williams are Nick Lapaczonek, Zach Kahley, Brady Hancock, Royce Woodley, Trent DeDecker and Cory Stiles. (Todd Mizener - Dispatch/Argus)
Orion girls' track standout Danielle Taets is this week’s Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline Area Pacesetter. The junior is coming off three titles (triple jump, 100 high hurdles, 300 low hurdles) and a runner-up finish (100 meter dash) at last Thursday's Three Rivers Conference meet.
Rock Island track star Courtney Lindsey is this week's Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline Metro Pacesetter. Lindsey won the 100 and 200, plus ran on the winning 4x100 and 4x200 relays at the Western Big 6 Conference meet. He set school records in both the 100 and 200.
Riverdale's freshman pitcher/shortstop Ashlyn Hemm is this week's Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline Pacesetter. Hemm is an impact player on the mound and at the plate. She helped lead the Rams to 5 wins last week, throwing three no-hitters, including a perfect game and a game-winning a two-run double.
Moline sophomore Deonte Billups is this week's Dispatch•Argus•QCOnline Metro Pacesetter after helping the Maroons beat Quincy and end the Blue Devils 28-game home winning streak. (Todd Mizener - Dispatch/Argus)
Moline’s Shaddy Khalafallah is this week’s Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline.com Pacesetter. The dapper senior tennis player finished ninth in No. 1 singles at the Tom Pitchford Invitational, also known as "mini-state", in Arlington Heights over the weekend. His only loss in the tournament was to top-seeded Jack Randall of Lockport, who won the tournament.
Rock Island sprinter Mykedra Craig is this week's Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline Metro Pacesetter. Craig won four events at the Gene Shipley Invitational on Saturday — the 100 and 200 individual events and also anchored the winning 4x100 and 4x200 relays.
Geneseo bowler Sebastian Einfeldt is the Dispatch/Argus Metro Pacesetter for November 22, 2018.
Alleman boys' cross country standout Spencer Smith is this week's Dispatch/Argus Metro Pacesetter. The senior set a course record at Saturday's 2A Peoria Notre Dame Regional with his first-place time of 16:25.6; he broke the old mark by 20 seconds. That race followed up his second-place finish at the Western Big 6 meet. (Todd Mizener - Dispatch/Argus)
Rock Island's Lauryn Stegall is this week's Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline Pacesetter. She is on fire at the plate hitting better than .450 and leading the team in home runs. She hit a go-ahead two-run home run in Monday's 3-0 win over Minooka in the Normal (ISU) Super-Sectional.