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prep athletes of the week: minneapolis washburn junior pushed into girls' top sp


emily covertmpls. washburn • cross-countrycovert might have been the no. 2-ranked runner in class 2a by the coaches association, but there was nobody better saturday.the millers junior took first place in the gold division of the roy griak invitational with a time of 18 minutes, 13 seconds over the 5-kilometer course to vault to the no. 1 spot in this week’s ratings.“it was really exciting to see emily win her second individual title,” millers coach curtis johnson said. “she is a motivated athlete and student.”the warm conditions, temperature in the mid-80s at the start of the race, played into covert’s favor.“it was very hot, but i’ve had pretty good races in the heat,” covert said. “i felt surprisingly really good after the race. it might have been the adrenaline rush.”it didn’t hurt hav






tuesday's prep sports roundup: no. 2 washburn girls edge southwest in soccer


class 2a, no. 2 washburn held off a second-half rally by host southwest for a 2-1 victory in minneapolis city conference girls’ soccer on tuesday.lydia ruppert of the millers scored less than one minute into the game. hannah heinemann added a goal to give washburn a 2-0 lead at halftime.llola baldwin scored in the second half to cut the lakers deficit in half, but the lakers could not get the equalizer.blake 5, breck 0: bailey abraham scored two goals to lead the class 1a, no. 1 bears past the visiting no. 13 mustangs. cate moe had a goal and an assist and sara mcclanahan and kiera reese also scored goals for the bears.minnetonka 1, eden prairie 0: emily graupmann stopped nine shots to lift the class 2a, no. 7 skippers past the visiting eagles. riley brackin scored for the skippers in the






girls' soccer: eleven metro players to watch


girls' players to watchana aguado (above left)armstrong, sr., goalkeepererin beckerandover, sr., forwardaddie clark ana aguado of armstrong high school during a practice. ] carlos gonzalez [email protected] - october 4, 2016, new hope, mn, west zone feature, armstrong high school / prep girls soccer org xmit: min1610042041230088 wayzata, sr., midfielderelle conlinmounds view, sr., midfieldercharlotte devaughn (above right)minneapolis washburn, sr., defenderleah goehringorono, sr., defendermeredith haakensonmaple grove, sr., midfielderkk haugblake, jr., defenderhaley steellakeville north, sr., midfielderclaire odmarkwhite bear lake, jr., forwardbrenda vargascristo rey jesuit, jr., forward






stanford commits daejon davis and jordan oakes part of metro league athletes hon


the 84th scholar-athlete awards luncheon was thursday at the washington athletic club.the hoopla, if you’ll allow the pun, is over for daejon davis.the garfield basketball star made news in march for de-comitting to washington and signing with stanford in april as part of the fallout to uw firing longtime coach lorenzo romar.“this challenge will pay off in the end,” davis said of the backlash and ultimately choosing a tough academic school. “i’m never going to stop working at basketball, but there are so many other things out there and i want to open the eyes of the youth in this area that there are other things besides basketball. basketball can just be a way to get out.”one local athlete who’ll join davis as part of the cardinal’s incoming class is jordan oakes of holy names. oakes is a






redmond boys claim first state golf championship


the redmond girls team finished second in the class 3a tournament behind mercer island.redmond won its first boys golf team state championship wednesday.the mustangs topped the class 3a tournament field with a final score of 80.5 points at columbia point golf course in richland. capital (61) and kamiakian (56) rounded out the leaders in team standings.redmond junior connor golembeski led his team with a 74 on wednesday for a two-day total of 142 to place third individually. fort vancouver senior spencer tibbits won the class 3a title. he followed up his opening-round 69 to shoot 68 on wednesday for his third state championship.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.redmond freshman adithi anand placed second in the girls class 3a tournament. she shot a two-day total of 1






redmond boys claim first state golf championship


the redmond girls team finished second in the class 3a tournament behind mercer island.redmond won its first boys golf team state championship wednesday.the mustangs topped the class 3a tournament field with a final score of 80.5 points at columbia point golf course in richland. capital (61) and kamiakian (56) rounded out the leaders in team standings.redmond junior connor golembeski led his team with a 74 on wednesday for a two-day total of 142 to place third individually. fort vancouver senior spencer tibbits won the class 3a title. he followed up his opening round 69 to shoot 68 on wednesday for his third state championship.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.redmond freshman adithi anand placed second in the girls class 3a tournament. she shot a two-day total of 1






redmond freshman adithi anand in second in state 3a girls golf tournament


state tournaments in all classifications are under way.adithi anand is continuing her impressive postseason run in girls golf.the redmond freshman shot a 69 at canyon lakes’ par-72 course in kennewick to open the class 3a state tournament on tuesday. anand is second on the leaderboard to central kitsap sophomore brittany kwon, who has three-stroke lead over anand to lead the group of 40 to make the cut for wednesday’s final round.kwon won the state title last year. anand is a suitable challenger, entering the tournament as the class 3a district girls champion.redmond junior connor golembeski had a great showing in the class 3a boys state golf tournament. he shot a 68 to share the lead with stanwood senior quinton borseth after the opening round at columbia point golf course in richland.mos






washburn library to close for repairs


the washburn branch of the hennepin county library, in south minneapolis, will close saturday for two months to enable workers to repair its roof and upgrade lighting.during the closure, books put on hold at washburn can be picked up at the augsburg park library, 7100 nicollet av., richfield. if they prefer, patrons can select a different pick-up location by making a request online, calling 612-543-5669 or checking in at any hennepin county library.library materials may be returned to any county library.the washburn library, at 5244 lyndale av. s., was closed for six weeks in 2014 for interior improvements, including new furniture and shelving and a more open floor plan.the library is scheduled to reopen in early november.






washburn library to close for repairs


the washburn branch of the hennepin county library, in south minneapolis, will close saturday for two months to enable workers to repair its roof and upgrade lighting.during the closure, books put on hold at washburn can be picked up at the augsburg park library, 7100 nicollet av., richfield. if they prefer, patrons can select a different pickup location by making a request online, calling 612-543-5669 or checking in at any hennepin county library.library materials may be returned to any county library.the washburn library, at 5244 lyndale av. s., was closed for six weeks in 2014 for interior improvements, including new furniture and shelving and a more open floor plan.the library is scheduled to reopen in early november.david chanen






washburn library to close for repairs


the washburn branch of the hennepin county library, in south minneapolis, will close saturday for two months to enable workers to repair its roof and upgrade lighting.during the closure, books put on hold at washburn can be picked up at the augsburg park library, 7100 nicollet av., richfield. if they prefer, patrons can select a different pick-up location by making a request online, calling 612-543-5669 or checking in at any hennepin county library.library materials may be returned to any county library.the washburn library, at 5244 lyndale av. s., was closed for six weeks in 2014 for interior improvements, including new furniture and shelving and a more open floor plan.the library is scheduled to reopen in early november.david chanen






interlake, cedarcrest boys, issaquah, edmonds-woodway, northwest girls ranked no


the cross-country season will get underway this week and with it comes to the preseason coaches poll, which has several seattle-area teams ranked no. 1.the interlake boys top the class 3a poll and cedarcrest is no. 1 in class 2a. for the girls, issaquah (4a), edmonds-woodway (3a) and northwest (1a) are all no. 1. you can find a list of meets here. copy of 2017 coaches poll # 1 pre-season by seatimes preps on scribd






colorado girls state track championships: notable first-day observations


notes and observations from the first day of the 2017 chsaa girls state track and field championships at jeffco stadium in lakewood: oakley, gregory put on a showgrandview senior brie oakley and fort collins senior lauren gregory put on a show in the class 5a 3,200-meter run. oakley, the 2016 gatorade national girls cross-country runner of the year, added to her prep legacy with a state-record time of 10 minutes, 09.26 seconds, while runner-up gregory also broke the previous state-record time with her 10:16.43 mark.high-jump newbie harr wins 5a titlegrandview junior kylee harr captured the 5a high jump with a mark of 5 feet, 8 inches as the wolves, with strong performances across the board, sat in first place in the team standings after day one. harr only started competing in the event thi






seattle prep boys, girls each earn trips to tacoma in class 3a basketball


the panthers’ duo of nic lynch and collin welp helped seattle prep overpower spanaway lake 64-45 in a loser-out regional game at bellevue college. chinwe ezeonu scored 21 points for the prep girls in a 55-53 victory over prairie.the seattle prep boys basketball team knew what it had to do to get to tacoma.feed the bigs.the panthers’ duo of collin welp and nic lynch, who stand 6 feet 9 and 6-10, respectively, gave seattle prep a decided height advantage over spanaway lake. lynch finished with 19 points and eight rebounds and welp added 11 points and 12 rebounds as seattle prep defeated the sentinels 64-45 in a loser-out class 3a regional game friday night at bellevue college.seattle prep (18-8) heads back to next week’s class 3a state tournament at the tacoma dome after a one-year hiatus.mo






eastside prep girls 3-peat d-v champ


east palo alto – the tiny gym on the eastside prep campus was so packed, there was no room left for a sardine. the panthers of eastside hosted the panthers of woodside priory in the norcal division v girls basketball championship saturday evening and the overflow crowd lent for a “hoosiers”-type atmosphere.eastside prep prevailed 66-58 over scrappy priory, earning a third straight trip to the state title game. eastside (22-8), the defending state champion, plays rolling hills prep-san pedro (32-3) in friday’s title game at golden 1 center in sacramento at 10 a.m.sporting a roster of just eight players and no seniors, eastside rode the leadership and talents of junior kayla tahaafe in taking down priory. tahaafe had 29 points, hitting 8 of 10 free throws in the critical fourth period. the 5






eastview names girls' lacrosse, volleyball coaches


eastview has made two coaching changes, one for the upcoming girls’ lacrosse season and the other in volleyball.matt percival, the school’s assistant principal for curriculum and athletics, recently announced the hiring of kate leavell as girls’ lacrosse coach and ryan dehnel as volleyball coach.leavell replaces lauren dezellar, who resigned to accept the head coaching position at chaska. the lightning finished 4-11 a year ago. leavell previously coached at lake- ville north from 2010-13.“we are extremely excited to have found a candidate with not only incredible background and experience in coaching girls’ lacrosse, but also someone with such an incredible passion for positively impacting the lives of young student athletes,” percival said.dehnel replaces dave laufenberger, who resigned f






minnesota scene: two red wing golfers advance to junior pga


sophia yoemans of red wing shot a final round 2-over-par 74 on friday to win the girls minnesota junior pga championship at bunker hills.yoemans shot a two-day 4-over 148 and earned a berth in the junior pga championship, which will be july 18-21 at the country club of st. albans (mo.)."i was hitting the ball really well the past two days, but my putting was not good," yoemans said. "i was super frustrated, but i hung in there and made pars. my chipping really helped and kept me going."yoemans finished four shots ahead of olivia peterson, leah herzog and megan welch. herzog, a high school teammate of yoemans at red wing, won a three-person playoff and earned the second junior pga qualifying spot.nokomis triathlon saturdaythe 16th annual life time tri minneapolis gets underway saturday with






eastside prep girls 3-peat d-v champ


east palo alto – the tiny gym on the eastside prep campus was packed as the panthers of eastside hosted the panthers of woodside priory in the norcal division v girls basketball championship saturday evening.eastside prep prevailed 66-58 over scrappy priory, earning a third straight trip to the state title game. eastside (22-8), the defending state champion, plays rolling hills prep-san pedro (32-3) in friday’s title game at golden 1 center in sacramento at 10 a.m.sporting a roster of just eight players and no seniors, eastside rode the leadership and talents of junior kayla tahaafe in taking down priory. tahaafe had 29 points, hitting 8 of 10 free throws in the critical fourth period. the 5-foot-7 tahaafe – who gathered 12 rebounds – was 11 of 14 from the line for the game.“tahaafe took o






runner-up no more, interlake wins class 3a scholastic cup championship


second-place finishes for team titles in boys cross country, girls golf and girls tennis were part of the saints' yearlong success.second place helped interlake win a different washington interscholastic activities association (wiaa) championship.the saints clinched the scholastic cup for the 3a classification. the honor is given to the top school in each of the wiaa’s six classifications based on a yearlong tally of academic, athletic and sportsmanship excellence. points are awarded by a school’s finish in each of the athletic and academic state championships.interlake was runner-up for the team title in boys cross country, girls golf and girls tennis. but it won academic state titles in boys and girls swimming and diving, girls track and field, boys tennis, band and orchestra to help tot






osseo, minneapolis north and blake among those getting new postseason homes


several state championship programs were shuffled to new postseason homes by the minnesota state high school league’s most recent reclassification process.osseo, minneapolis north and st. michael-albertville football, blake girls’ hockey and boys’ tennis and simley wrestling moved either up or down in class for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 school years.every two years the mshsl reclassifies teams based on enrollment. section placement is based on geography. schools can opt-up based on program strength or petition down if at least 50 percent of their students qualify for free and reduced lunch.fewer than 10 percent of approximately 8,000 teams in the mshsl changed class or section. while success is not a factor, several programs on the move recently won state titles or are traditionally strong p






mr. grundman's fateful decision to work late at the washburn a mill


we don't know why millwright ernest grundman stayed late at work nearly 140 years ago. in fact, most of his living descendants didn't even realize he worked at minneapolis' massive washburn a mill on may 2, 1878."mr. grundman was not a member of the night force, but was working after time," according to one newspaper account. another minneapolis tribune story from that may described grundman as "the unfortunate member of the day force of hands who remained in the mill to complete a piece of work."his decision to hang around after his shift proved deadly. grundman was among 17 millers and a neighbor killed in a ground-shaking explosion and fast-enveloping fire. the blast leveled the cornerstone of a burgeoning grain milling industry in the early days of minneapolis — barely a decade after t






eastside prep will catch up on sleep when it's all over


east palo alto — sunrise is a foreign concept during weekdays for the eastside prep girls basketball team.by 5:45 a.m., the players are inside a small gym on the east palo alto campus, warming up for a grueling morning practice with one goal in mind.“we’re state champs and our goal was to go back and repeat,” said eastside coach donovan blythe, in his 10th year on the bench. “it’s been business all season. the girls came in from day 1 to begin the season and our goal was to get back and play for a state championship. if we didn’t take it to that level, we all said the season would’ve been a bust.”blythe, who turned 57 years old on sunday, continued a recent trend by asking for one thing from his players — a norcal division v championship, which for a third year in a row the girls felt obli






no. 2 george washington and no. 8 denver east duel for denver prep league boys b


no. 2 george washington and no. 8 denver east meet on saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the thunderdome, with each team 7-0 in denver prep league play and the conference championship hanging in the balance.the patriots (20-2) are paced by three scorers who average double figures in senior point guard jervay green, senior guard calvin fugett and junior guard jon’il fugett, while the angels (16-6) are led by a transfer from gwhs in junior daylen kountz’s 24.9 points per game.denver post preps editor kyle newman previews the game on this week’s edition of post preps tv.






washburn high in mpls. briefly placed on lockdown after ammo found


washburn high school in minneapolis was briefly placed on lockdown thursday after ammunition was found on campus, school officials said.school staff responded appropriately and confiscated the ammunition,” the school said in an automated call to parents.no weapons were found, the school said. classes soon resumed.tonya tennessen, chief communications officer for minneapolis public schools, said the high school was placed on a code yellow.“this was done out of an abundance of caution while staff confirmed there was no weapon,” tennessen said in a statement. “maintaining a safe environment for our students and staff is our highest priority.”






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prep baseball closing in on postseason play


the spring postseason is getting ever closer — boys’ tennis begins section play this week, in fact — yet we have hardly mentioned baseball this season. here’s a quick rundown of the metro conference races.imac: defending class 2a champ minnehaha academy (15-1 overall, 9-0 conference) has clinched the league championship.lake: wayzata (11-3, 5-1) holds a one-game lead over minnetonka (10-4, 3-1). they meet at 6:30 p.m. friday at minnetonka.metro east: tartan (13-3, 13-1) has sown up the title.metro west: chaska (12-3, 10-0) has a two-game lead over benilde-st. margaret’s (10-5, 8-2), but they face each other twice, including 7 p.m. monday at benilde.minneapolis: washburn (13-2, 7-1) holds a half-game lead over southwest (12-3, 6-1). washburn won the lone head-to-head meeting 5-1.minnesota r






prep baseball closing in on postseason play


the spring postseason is getting ever closer — boys’ tennis begins section play this week, in fact — yet we have hardly mentioned baseball this season. here’s a quick rundown of the metro conference races.imac: defending class 2a champ minnehaha academy (15-1 overall, 9-0 conference) has clinched the league championship.lake: wayzata (11-3, 5-1) holds a one-game lead over minnetonka (10-4, 3-1). they meet at 6:30 p.m. friday at minnetonka.metro east: tartan (13-3, 13-1) has sown up the title.metro west: chaska (12-3, 10-0) has a two-game lead over benilde-st. margaret’s (10-5, 8-2), but they face each other twice, including 7 p.m. monday at benilde.minneapolis: washburn (13-2, 7-1) holds a half-game lead over southwest (12-3, 6-1). washburn won the lone head-to-head meeting 5-1.minnesota r






glacier peak girls extend win streak to 22 games at regionals, snaps bellarmine


the grizzlies, playing their first season in class 4a, earn a spot in the state quarterfinals. the glacier peak grizzlies led saturday’s class 4a state regional girls basketball game at jackson high school by 10 points after the first quarter. it proved to be a deficit that bellarmine prep, ranked sixth in the state by rating percentage index, could never fully make up.the no. 3 lions trimmed the deficit to four early in the fourth quarter, but the grizzlies were able to hold on for a 63-53 victory. with the win, the grizzlies advance to the state quarterfinals at the tacoma dome on thursday. bellarmine prep will play a loser-out game on wednesday, also at the tacoma dome, against woodinville at 3:45 p.m.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“when your backs are up agai






athletes of the week: top bay area performances


east bay athletes of the weekhaley van dyke, polindosport: basketballposition: centercl : juniorscored 19 points to go with 17 rebounds and five steals in a win over reigning norcal open divison champion miramonte. she also scored 13 points with seven steals and six rebounds in a win over las lomas. van dyke is averaging 22.9 points and 15.4 rebounds per game.kyree walker, moreau catholicsport: basketballposition: guardcl : freshmanin a showdown between the mission valley athletic league’s top teams, he scored 15 points to go with 14 rebounds and seven ists as moreau defeated james logan 69-56. walker also scored 19 points with five rebounds in a 89-35 win over kennedy-fremont.south bay/peninsula athletes of the weekvalerie vigil, wilcoxsport: wrestlingweight division: 145 poundscl : senio






west metro teams won class 4a football title and four basketball titles in 2016-


there were plenty of memories and highlights from the west metro 2016-17 athletic season. here are three that stood out:benilde-sm battlestwo plays into the class 4a championship game at the prep bowl last november and things were already looking bleak for benilde-st. margaret's.ricky floyd, the red knights' star running back — the type of player that changes games — was headed to the bench because of a separated shoulder. he would not return.many people didn't think benilde-st. margaret's would beat winona even with a healthy floyd. with him gone, the red knights had no chance, right? wrong.benilde-sm, stunned briefly, dug deep. changed their offensive strategy and got big games from unexpected sources to defeat winona 31-28 in a seesaw game with nine lead changes."it takes about 10 minut






2 teenage girls fall to their deaths from 18th-floor hotel balcony


myrtle beach, s.c. -- authorities say two teenage girls fell to their deaths from the 18th-floor balcony of a beachfront hotel in south carolina.horry county coroner robert edge says 16-year-old daniela flores fell to a 10th-floor parking deck, while 17-year-old amber franco’s body was found on the roof of a ground-level dunkin’ donuts. the hotel has 18 floors.myrtle beach police lt. joey crosby tells news outlets someone called 911 to report seeing the girls fall wednesday at the camelot by the sea hotel.crosby says both teens were students at myrtle beach high school, which is on spring break this week.“our teachers were just as devastated by this as our students were,” myrtle beach high school principal john washburn told cbs affiliate wbtw. “as you can imagine, all of us,  they become






prep athletes of the week: minneapolis edison sophomore rolls into boys' tennis


logan couillardminneapolis edison • boys’ tennispolly couillard was looking for a sport to get her three sons involved in for a family activity. she decided on tennis.the youngest, logan, now excels on the court. the sophomore won the class 1a, section 5 individual tournament singles championship with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over ben stevenson of fridley.the unbeaten left-hander only dropped five games en route to the section title. he finished third in the section a year ago.“logan blew his opponents off the court,” tommies first-year coach nancy akpan said. “he has a big forehand and a crazy spin serve that gives every player trouble and also moves really well on the court.”he will open state tournament play thursday, june 8, at 8 a.m. at the reed sweatt tennis center in minneapolis.“what set






prep athletes of the week: minneapolis edison sophomore rolls into boys' tennis


logan couillardminneapolis edison • boys’ tennispolly couillard was looking for a sport to get her three sons involved in for a family activity. she decided on tennis.the youngest, logan, now excels on the court. the sophomore won the class 1a, section 5 individual tournament singles championship with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over ben stevenson of fridley.the unbeaten left-hander only dropped five games en route to the section title. he finished third in the section a year ago.“logan blew his opponents off the court,” tommies first-year coach nancy akpan said. “he has a big forehand and a crazy spin serve that gives every player trouble and also moves really well on the court.”he will open state tournament play thursday, june 8, at 8 a.m. at the reed sweatt tennis center in minneapolis.“what set






wisconsin girls basketball prep poll


here is the associated press wisconsin prep basketball poll for the week of february 20, with first-place votes in parentheses, record, total points and last weekothers receiving votes: appleton west 5, hudson 2, d.c. everest 1.others receiving votes: hortonville 12, onalaska 1, waunakee 1.others receiving votes: waupun 3, west salem 1, somerset 1, kewaunee 1.others receiving votes: kenosha saint joseph catholic academy 1.others receiving votes: loyal 6, living word lutheran 2.






class 1a, 2a prep basketball championship notebook


class 1a and 2a boys and girls state basketball games took place on saturday at the budweiser events center in loveland. recapping all four games:in 1a girls, the sisterly trio of junior guard micayla isenbart, sophomore forward olivia isenbart and freshman guard reyna isenbart led kit carson past fleming 55-35 to cap a 25-0 campaign and earn the program’s first state championship.in 1a boys, senior yaniel vidal and holly rallied in the second half to beat cheyenne wells 49-39 for the program’s third state championship and to finish a perfect 25-0.in 2a girls, paonia cruised by wray 57-42 to claim the program’s second title to go along with a 2013 championship, with the eagles finishing with the program’s first-ever undefeated record at 25-0 thanks to the senior leadership of sophia anders






games to watch for may 9-13 2017


the following is a look at the marquee games this week in baseball, girls soccer and boys lacrosse as playoff action begins across the state. (records are current as of monday). baseballthe class 5a brackets are due out wednesday and district tournaments start saturday. the district tournament has proven difficult to navigate, as pitching depth is the key to winning the two games necessary to advance to the state tournament. and it’s a stretch of the playoffs where home-field advantage doesn’t seem to mean as much — last season, four of the eight district hosts in class 5a did not advance to state.girls soccerno. 21 denver east (6-9) at no. 12 arapahoe (11-4), tuesday 7 p.m., lps stadium: after starting the season 0-6, denver east rebounded to win the denver prep league largely thanks to t






ucla comeback impresses prep athletes and teaches lessons


sept. 5, 2017, 7:58 p.m. eric sondheimer has been covering high school sports for the los angeles times since 1997 and in southern california since 1976. get his latest from the field and follow all our prep sports coverage and analysis here.all updatesbaseballbasketballcolumnfootballsoftballtrackvideovolleyball






prep athletes of the week: buffalo softball shortstop, stillwater girls' lacross


emily hansenbuffalo • softballthere’s really no other way to put it: hansen, a junior shortstop known for her bat, is on fire.she’s been so hot that it’s been nearly two weeks since she officially recorded an out. in five games dating to may 10, hansen, who has committed to the university of minnesota, is 13-for-13. over that span, she has hit two home runs, driven in 10 runs and raised her batting average to .685 (37-for-54).“i knew i was 7-for-7,” she said with a laugh. “but i’ll take that.”hansen’s big game came saturday, in her second of the day. she went 5-for-5, hit two home runs, scored three times and had seven rbi in a 17-2 rout over monticello.going back to the start of may, hansen is hitting .864 (19-of-22). that hot streak coincides with a 10-game winning streak that has put bu






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