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Welcome to the online home of the Quad City 76ers. Founded in 1976 by Jay Mercer. The 76ers are a semi pro/summer collegiate wood bat team made up of the best local & regional talent. Pictured below is the 2021 76ers. Black Hawk Valley Champions for the 30th time in the last 31 seasons Covid 19 erased the 2020 BHVC season. The 2021 76ers also won the inaugural season of the Two I League and finished second in the IABA State Tourney and ended with a overall record of (24-12)

9-11-21

Records pages updated!

8-31-21
The 21st Annual 76ers Golf Outing is September 26 at Highland Springs in Rock Island. 9:00 shotgun start. Catered by the famous Bridges Catering and featuring burgers, brats, hot dogs, and more. This is the main fund raiser for the Sixers and helps keep players fees down. Cost is $70 and includes, golf, cart, food and drinks. Great selection of raffle prizes too. Please email the Sixers office at qc76ers.@aol.com. Great alumni event!

8-10-21

The 76ers ended the season with a nice run in the IABA State Tourney. They won the first two games on July 31 at Douglas Park. First topping the Fairfax Stars 6-2, then followed that up with a 3-2 win over the Watkins Mudhens. On Sunday they traveled to Walford, Ia., and topped Red Top Sports 5-4 in eight innings. The following Saturday they traveled to Norway, Ia., where they routed the Williamsburg Red Sox 19-0, moving them to the championship game on Sunday vs. the Walford Wild Hogs. Down 5-0 in the bottom of the ninth, Chance Resetich opened the frame with a single, which was followed by a one out walk to Brooks Sunny. Nick Drobushevic then loaded the bases with a single. Then, with one crack of the bat Chris Mcfarland hit a grand slam to cut the lead to 5-4. Austin Schneider then singled, a strikeout followed for the second out. Xavier Lara then hit a grounder in the hole to 2nd, but the 2B made a nice play, narrowly nipping Lara to end the 76ers season. The 76ers (24-12), won the Black Hawk Valley Conference title for the 30th time in the last 31 seasons, and also won the Two I League in its inaugural season. The 2nd place IABA finish was the second in a row, and 7th all time.

                                                    2020 Quad City 76ers                                            

2020 QC 76ers Alumni Game (Picture Below)

2007 Black Hawk Valley Champs

2007 Black Hawk Valley Conference & Iowa State Champs

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