Last week's question: What Madison High School grad played 11 years in Major League Baseball for six teams from 1974-1984?
Answer: John "Champ" Summers went on to play baseball at SIUE and then played for the Oakland A's, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers, San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres from 1974-84. He was also the first manager of the Gateway Grizzlies. Summers played 698 games and had a lifetime batting average of .255, mainly playing as an outfielder.
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This week's question: What Granite City boys' tennis player had two top five finishes at state in the late 1960s and later became the Warriors' head basketball coach?