The Quincy High baseball team appears to have its new head coach. Quincy High Athletic Director Scott Douglas announced on Friday that the Blue Devils will turn to former Culver-Stockton all-conference catcher Brandon Crisp to lead the Blue Devils.
After graduating Culver-Stockton Crisp spent time as an assistant coach at Mark Twain High School and Indian Hills Community College, the same program he helped take to two Junior College World Series.
Most recently Crisp served in an administrator role at Culver-Stockton.
Crisps hiring is still dependent on school board approval during its August meeting.
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