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Webb City native honored at Women's Final Four

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Tampa, FL -

Though she may not be playing in this year's Championship, Webb City native and Drake University guard Kyndal Clark is down in Tampa for the Women's Final Four both being honored, and giving back.

Clark was recognized on the basketball court during the second Semifinal game alongside fellow members of the Allstate WBCA Good Works Team, a team comprised of 10 college basketball student-athletes selected because of their outstanding community service and volunteer work.

In addition to being honored, Clark and the Allstate WBCA Good Works Team members also teamed up with WNBA star and Good Works Team ambassador Tamika Catchings to take part in a community service project this morning while down in Tampa. In partnership with the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, Catchings and the Allstate WBCA Good Works Team made a visit to the Moffitt Cancer Center to assemble and distribute TLC backpacks to patients and families and participate in a special art project. They also distributed autographed basketball to Moffitt patients.

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