QHS soccer started in the fall of 1974 with Mario Camacho as the head coach. Over the last 40 years, six different coaches have guided the Blue Devils and two of those coaches were for 1 year only. Longevity in coaches has helped build QHS into one of the most respected programs in downstate Illinois adn recently on a national level.
The Blue Devils have reached the State Quarter-Finals six times, placing 4th in 1995 and runner-up in 2015. That team was inducted into the QHS Hall of fame in 2009. Over the years, 69 players have received all-sectional honors and 27 have made all-state.
Matt Longo is currently the coach of the Blue Devils and this is his second stint as head coach. Matt previously coached from 1987-1996 and has been coaching again since 2004. The 2015 season saw Coach Longo win his 350th career game as a boys coach at QHS. Currently, 4 coaches within the QHS program played previously for Coach Longo.
The QHS soccer program has enjoyed success on the field over the years. The Blue Devils have won nearly 70% of their games in school history and the start of the playoffs of the 2015 season marked the programs 600th.
The Blue Devils have dominated the Western Big 6 conference having won 25 titles in the 30 years of existence, including a 54-4-2 record in the last 12 years.