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Klondike’s Cheyenne Gruben is quick to admit that she really did not give college volleyball much of a thought until recently. “I was pretty surprised at first when the coach up at Wayland (Baptist) started talking to me about trying out up there. I really didn’t know what to expect,” Gruben said this past week. “After that try-out the coach started talking to me about becoming part of the team.” She now plans to do just that, signing a letter with Wayland Baptist on Friday. “We’re so excited for her. She deserves something like this just knowing how hard she’s worked at it,” Klondike ...

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