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June 11, 2014 6:30 PM

Missouri’s Kearsten Peoples heads to NCAA championships with nation’s top shot-put mark

Missouri junior Kearsten Peoples, an Ottawa High School graduate, is among the nation’s top shot-putters. She heads to the 2014 NCAA outdoor championships in Eugene, Ore., with the nation’s best mark in the event.

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