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Volleyball

As a coach mourns, his team tries to regain focus

Venezuela's Ivan Marquez is helpless to stop Reid Priddy or the rest of the American team during their opening match. Venezuela's Ivan Marquez is helpless to stop Reid Priddy or the rest of the American team during their opening match. (koji sasahara/Associated Press)
By Marc J. Spears and Gregory Lee Jr.
Globe Staff / August 11, 2008

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BEIJING - Less than 24 hours after coach Hugh McCutcheon's father-in-law was stabbed to death while sightseeing, his US men's volleyball team took to the court with heavy hearts. (Full article: 652 words)

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