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Wilson’s Jake Stoppel, a Fort Hays State basketball player, watches free throw shooting at LJCF.

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LARNED — Hollywood couldn’t write a better script than one about a juvenile offender, motivated to put himself on a better path, mentored by wise, caring adults, who graduated from a correctional facility to star on a college basketball team.
While it might not make a Hollywood script, the influence of several Fort Hays State University basketball players upon residents of the Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility (LJCF) makes them stars in their own right.
Four members of the FHSU team, with assistant coach Sean Dreiling, visited the facility Sunday to teach a group of juvenile offenders about basketball, as well ...

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