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Dubuque and Central battle for conference basketball lead

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Dubuque and Central battle for conference basketball lead

By Todd Kimm The lead in the Iowa Conference men’s basketball race will be on the line in Dubuque on Saturday when Central College visits the University of Dubuque. Both teams are 9-2 in the league race and the Spartans will be looking to bounce back from a last second loss to arch rival Loras. Dubuque coach Robbie […]

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