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 2020 76ers. Black Hawk Valley Champions for the 29th time in the last 30 years. Covid 19 erased the BHVC season and the 76ers only played non-league games. The 76ers finished with an over all record of (17-7)


Update from the past weekend. The 76ers dropped the three game series with the Joliet Dirtbags. Losing the first two games, and winning game three. Both teams exited the series with (11-6) records.

Game 1–Joliet 7
76ers 4
Game 2–Joliet 7
76ers  5
Game 3–76ers  7
Joliet 4

The Sixers are back in action Tuesday night for a game vs. the Rock Island Independents at Douglas Park. First pitch 7:00.

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The 76ers took two Black Hawk Valley Conference games from the Whiteside County Wildacts yesterday in Sterling. Game one saw the 76ers win 6-2. Alex Heckroth and Bryan Verdon combined to hold WSC to five hits. Eric Maffie and Sam Monroe both had four hit games. The 76ers won the nightcap 7-2. Bryson Prusator earned the W with two scoreless relief innings. Nick Drobushevic hit a solo homer to break a 2-2 tie in the six. Then the 76ers added four more in the top of the 7th for the 7-2 win. The 76ers are now (9-4),  and (6-0) in the BHVC. They take on the Rock Island Independents Wednesday night at Douglas Park. First pitch 7:00.

                                                    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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