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Glidden-Ralston girls’ head coach Cole Corson, 28, is already in his seventh year in the district and his fourth in basketball. In four years Corson has won 66 games, including G-R to a 13-3 record so far this winter.BRANDON HURLEY | DAILY TIMES HERALD
Glidden-Ralston girls’ head coach Cole Corson, 28, is already in his seventh year in the district and his fourth in basketball. In four years Corson has won 66 games, including G-R to a 13-3 record so far this winter.BRANDON HURLEY | DAILY TIMES HERALD
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