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All Eyes on Family Man Quarterback
For being the nation's 13th highest rated college quarterback and the attention of NFL scouts, Toby Korrodi seems remarkably focused - on his family. The 23-year-old Mules starting quarterback is a senior this year and realizes what football and a college degree can mean to his family's future. He intends to make sure he excels at both, even dealing with what many consider rare pressures for a student-athlete: a wife and three children ages 4, 3 and 1.
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Mayabb Receives Coaching Honor
Gary Mayabb of Kansas City, MO, has been named the 2006 Junior Greco-Roman Coach of the Year by USA Wrestling's Greco-Roman National Team program. The former Mules wrestler is one of the nation's top prep coaches. He is head coach at Oak Park High School, which is ranked within the nation's top 10 programs.
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Another Apex for Athletics Auction
In its sixth year, the Celebrating Central Missouri Athletics Auction set a new fund-raising record as participants enjoyed bidding against each other for some 400 items during both a silent and live auction.
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Piontek Steps into Grusing's Spot
Stacy Piontek is keeping coaching of the Warrensburg High School volleyball team in the UCM family. She is taking over from another Jennies' standout, Katie Grusing, who resigned to become head volleyball coach at Shawnee Mission North High School.
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Hairabedian Shows 'Golden' Talent during Three Decades of Competition
Golden and still going for the gold, Tom Hairabedian has dived his way into the UCM Athletic Hall of Fame. With modesty and appeal, the 81-year-old is proud to tell his story and the stories of many other influential people who have affected his life and career.
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