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Curt Hogg battles for basketball supremacy

If you ever go to high school games in the area you've probably seen West Central Tribune sports reporter Curt Hogg. He's tough to miss. He's six-foot-five with a mane that won't stop growing because he won't get it cut.

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If you ever go to high school games in the area you've probably seen West Central Tribune sports reporter Curt Hogg. He's tough to miss. He's six-foot-five with a mane that won't stop growing because he won't get it cut.

Take one look at him and you probably think, "You know, he might be good at basketball."

Well, at the West Central Tribune we look to uncover the truth. The best way to find out the truth in this case is to put his game to the test. We did just that, when Curt took on former Montevideo basketball player Isaac Douglas over the summer. As we do, I'm giving you, the viewer, the information to make your opinions.

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