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 2022 76ers. Black Hawk Valley Champions for the 31st time in the last 32 seasons Covid 19 erased the 2020 BHVC season. The 2022 76ers ended the season with a (12-0) League record, and a (35-4) overall, and finished third in the IABA State Tourney.

                                                    2022 Quad City 76ers                                            

2022 76ers

Records pages updated!!


The 76ers fell short Sunday with a loss to the Walford Wild Hogs in the semi’s of the IABA State Tourney. Walford broke open a close game in the 6th, with eight runs with a barrage of hits and 76ers miscues on the way to a 13-3 win. The 76ers ended up in 3rd place in the IABA State Tourney. They finished the season with its 31st Black Hawk Valley Conference title in 32 years, and a overall record of (35-4).


The 76ers win the opener of the IABA State Tourney with a 5-4 win over Red Top Sports at Douglas Park. Ryne Schimmel had four RBI’s, including a key three run double to lead the Sixers offense. Brady Hartman (2-1) picked up the win in relief. The 76ers (35-3) face the Walford Wild Hogs at 3:00 in Williamsburg, Ia., for the right to play in the State Championship today.

2021 QC 76ers Alumni Game (Picture Below)

alumni 2021

2007 Black Hawk Valley Champs

2007 Black Hawk Valley Conference & Iowa State Champs

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