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March 12, 2010 1:00 AM

Sterling Hicks' hard work defines Kendrick girls basketball team

At 3 years old, Kendrick girls basketball coach Sterling Hicks made the first shot he ever took through a milk crate nailed to the side of a house and spent nearly every day for the next 20 years figuring out how to do it better.

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