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Teen speedster credits Jesus for success; Mercer stages huge come-from-behind win

SASKATOON, Canada (BP)–Eighteen-year-old Kenton Puttick knows a thing or two about painful breaks. In his short life span, the young Canadian has injured his back, knocked his shoulders out of joint and had more shin splints than he cares to remember. But it took a shattered elbow to break Puttick’s spiritual shell and allow him to see how much God loved him.

Meanwhile, the Mercer University women’s basketball team (2-8) ended a 7-game losing streak Saturday night at Porter Gym, stopping the Ragin’ Cajuns of Louisiana-Lafayette (5-4) 60-56 in their first home appearance in over a month.

Read more about these two stories, plus a horse training clinic that spreads a little evangelism across the country, in today’s online edition of BP Sports, www.bpsports.net..

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