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College notebook: Wildcats' Curley receives conference honor

Payton Curley's commitment on and off the court landed her a prestigious honor. The Culver-Stockton College women's basketball player was named Heart of America Athletic Conference recipient of the Emil S. Liston Award, which academic athletic...

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Teams of the decade: Trail Blazers create right mix for success
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Teams of the decade: Trail Blazers create right mix for success

As much as John Wood Community College women's basketball coach Norm Rodriguez relishes keeping the area's best talent close to home, he knows the Trail Blazers need the right mix of local players and those looking to get away.

Teams of the decade: Wildcats building toward challenging conference elite
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Teams of the decade: Wildcats building toward challenging conference elite

Janette Burgin's challenge when taking over the Culver-Stockton College women's basketball program was to elevate it to the upper echelon in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. A 20-win season and an NAIA national tournament invitation...

Teams of the Decade: Hawks keep high-level talent close to home
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Teams of the Decade: Hawks keep high-level talent close to home

A promising start to the decade filled with 20-win seasons and NCAA Division II national tournament invitations ended with a thud. Before that happened, the Quincy University women's basketball program was churning out high-level talent and chasing...

Still in the Game: Bent continues climb up coaching ladder
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Still in the Game: Bent continues climb up coaching ladder

CLAREMORE, Okla. -- After more than two years living in the Sooner State, Kyle Bent needed just one word to sum up the biggest difference between growing up in rural Illinois and living in Oklahoma. "Hot," he said emphatically. Just how hot is Oklahoma...