No. 6 Saints Defeat Westminster, 27-10, and Clinch Fourth Straight PAC Title
(NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.) - The sixth-ranked Thomas More College football team clinched its fourth straight outright Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) title today (Saturday, October 29, 2011) by defeating Westminster College, 27-10, at Harold Burry Stadium in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania.


Delmonico ignites Geneva victory

BEAVER FALLS - Geneva senior A.J. Delmonico chose to set the tone early on Geneva's senior day.
Beaver County Times

Area College Roundup: Saturday’s other games
Saint Vincent 17, Waynesburg 14
Thomas More 27, Westminster 10

Geneva 50, Thiel 31


Local Briefs

Men's soccer: Alex Oeswein scored three goals as Thomas More knocked off Waynesburg, 5-0, in a Presidents' Athletic Conference men's soccer game.
Observer Reporter

W&J turns ball, game over to Grove City
A bad season just got worse for Washington & Jefferson College Saturday.
The Presidents fumbled the football six times and lost three, and blew a 21-0 lead after one quarter as Grove City came away with a stunning 24-21 victory in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game.

Division III
St. Vincent 17, Waynesburg 14 -- Morgan Porter's 24-yard field goal as time expired lifted St. Vincent (4-4, 3-3) past Waynesburg (4-3, 4-2) in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game that featured 10 turnovers. St. Vincent blocked two punts, one of which it returned for a 25-yard touchdown and a 14-14 tie in the third quarter. Aaron Smetanka threw for 136 yards and a touchdown for St. Vincent. Waynesburg's Josh Graham passed for 133 yards and a score. Each quarterback was intercepted three times.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Kentuckiana football: Thomas More wins again

Thomas More College’s football team defeated Westminster 27-10 Saturday at New Wilmington, Pa., to accomplish several goals:
Louisville Courier-Journal

Saint Vincent edges Waynesburg 17-14

WAYNESBURG — Freshman kicker Morgan Porter connected on a 24-yard field goal as time expired to give Saint Vincent a 17-14 victory over Waynesburg at a snowy John F. Wiley Stadium Saturday afternoon.
The Herald-Standard


Grove City beat Washington and Jefferson for the first time since 1998, defeating the Presidents 24-21.


Top 25

No. 3 St. Thomas, No. 8 Thomas More and No. 14 Johns Hopkins clinched the automatic bids from the MIAC, Presidents' Athletic Conference and the Centennial Conference, respectively, joining Monmouth (Midwest Conference) in the Field of 32.


Around the district
The Waynesburg football team will hold a "blackout" during today's home game against St. Vincent to remember former defensive lineman Josh Malenke, a Uniontown graduate who died after a traffic accident Feb. 22.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Other games today
Thomas More (7-0) at Westminster (5-2), 2:30 p.m., Harold Burry Stadium: The Titans are 4-1 in the Presidents' Athletic Conference and have their best overall record since 2002 when they finished 6-4.

Pittsburgh Post Gazette



Small college weekend preview
Westminster will play its most meaningful home game since joining the NCAA 13 years ago when it hosts three-time defending Presidents' Athletic Conference champion Thomas More.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Here's our regional rankings
The Division III playoff selection committee dialed it back this season, cutting the number of pre-bracket regional ranking releases from three to two. But our playoff curiosity remains as intense as ever, and that’s where Around the Nation is at your service.




Men's soccer: Rickey Barria scored a pair of goals to lift Thomas More to a 2-1 victory over Washington & Jefferson in a Presidents' Athletic Conference match.
Observer Reporter

St. Vincent seniors prepare volleyball team for future
The St. Vincent volleyball team's future looks promising, thanks in large part to players who won't be around for it.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Working toward a new tradition

This weekend Westminster (Pa.) will seek to play the role of giant killer as eighth-ranked Thomas More looks for its fourth consecutive Presidents’ Athletic Conference title.



Saints not satisfied with perfect record

The Thomas More College football program has made tremendous progress in head coach Jim Hilvert’s four and a half seasons leading the Saints. In his fifth season, Hilvert has the Saints on the cusp of a fourth straight Presidents’ Athletic Conference championship and Division III playoff berth.



Thomas More senior midfielder Alex Oeswein (Manual) was named the Presidents' Athletic Conference Men's Offensive Player of the Week after scoring goals in two victories last week.
Louisville Courier-Journal

Local ladies lead successful collegiate soccer programs
Junior defenseman Hannah Shaner continues to help Washington and Jefferson College's women's soccer team succeed.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Soccer & Swimming
Megan Porter (State College, Geneva) has played 1555 minutes, second highest on the team. She has taken one shot. Geneva is 4-12-1.
Centre Daily Times



No. 6 Thomas More Football Defeats Bethany, 41-21
(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) - Junior defensive back Zach Autenrieb (Cincinnati, Ohio/Elder) set a single-game school record with three interceptions today (Saturday, October 22, 2011) to lead the No. 6-ranked Thomas More College football team to a 41-21 win over Bethany College in a Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) game at The Bank of Kentucky Field.


Wins continue to mount for Thomas More
CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. - The number seven turned out to be lucky for the Thomas More Saints football team on Saturday. They won their seventh straight game and remain undefeated on the season with a 41-21 win over Bethany College.


McNerney, Strong Second-Half Key For Presidents
The Washington & Jefferson College football team took to the field Saturday afternoon against Geneva in search of retribution after an embarrassing second-half meltdown that led to the Presidents' first-ever loss to Saint Vincent two weeks ago. It would have been be easy for W&J sophomore quarterback Matt Bliss to lose confidence after having two weeks to think about a three-series stretch in which he threw three interceptions that led to Saint Vincent touchdowns.




Women's soccer: Holly Shipley scored with a little more than four minutes remaining in the second overtime to lift Washington & Jefferson College past Waynesburg, 2-1, in a PAC match at Alexandre Stadium.
Observer Reporter

Division III
Grove City 21, St. Vincent 16 -- Junior cornerback Kurt Devlin (North Allegheny) tied a single-game school record with three interceptions, leading a defense that forced four turnovers and four sacks, as Grove City (1-6, 1-4 PAC) held on against the visiting Bearcats (3-4, 2-3).

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Other Games
Westminster 48, Thiel 21: Quarterback Shawn Lehocky completed 22 of 25 passes for 202 yards and three scores in leading the Titans (5-2, 4-1) to a Presidents' Athletic Conference victory at Thiel (0-7, 0-5).
Pittsburgh Post Gazette


Unbeaten No. 6 Thomas More wins 41-21
Junior defensive back Zach Autenrieb (Elder) set a single-game school record with three interceptions - including returning one for a touchdown - to lead Division III, No. 6-ranked Thomas More College to a 41-21 win over Bethany College in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game Saturday at The Bank of Kentucky Field.



St. Vincent remains oh-so-close on gridiron
The St. Vincent College football team led sixth-ranked Thomas More at halftime on Saturday at Chuck Noll Field. And while the Bearcats wound up losing, 20-17, it was another impressive showing for a program bent on turning the corner in a hurry.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review



College notebook: Turnovers causing problems for Presidents' offense
For the past two weeks, the football players at Washington & Jefferson College have been thinking about one thing: avoiding turnovers.

Observer Reporter


Westminster tennis team is enjoying success
Scott Renninger has been a college coach for more than four decades, but before this women's tennis season, the Westminster legend could count the number of undefeated seasons he's had on one hand.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


District college football weekend preview
Each of St. Vincent's three losses has come by three points.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Pennbriar to host PAC women's tennis championships

The Pennbriar Athletic Club will host the Presidents Athletic Conference women's tennis championship beginning today and continuing Saturday.



Thomas More's Waldrop player of week

Thomas More junior defender Jacob Waldrop was named the Presidents' Athletic Conference men's soccer defender/goalkeeper of the week.

Yellow Jackets get off week: The college football game between Wilkes and Waynesburg will not be played Saturday.
Observer Reporter

Game Notes

Thomas More held off St. Vincent 20-17. The Bearcats held Thomas More to just 58 yards of total passing.


Waynesburg Preview
Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets
Head Coach: Ron Headlee
Years at school as head coach: 4th season
Assistant Coach: John Yates


Washington & Jefferson Preview
Washington and Jefferson College Presidents
Head Coach: Tommy Prairie
Years at School as head coach: 1st Season
Assistant Coache: Ryan Wade


Football and Volleyball

Bethany junior Gage Lotozo caught a 3-yard touchdown pass and made three tackles in a 20-0 win against Thiel College. The Sheridan grad has started six games and has 20 tackles for the Bison, who are 2-3 in the Presidents Athletic Conference and 3-3 overall.
Zanesville Times Recorder



Briefs: Men's soccer
Cody Peddicord, Brian Hannah and Mark Rueter scored goals as Washington & Jefferson defeated Thiel, 3-1, in a Presidents' Conference men's soccer match.
Observer Reporter



Sports Shorts: Soccer
Kelly honored again: Waynesburg University goalkeeper Katrina Kelly was named the PAC Defender/Goalkeeper of the Week. The Connellsville graduate helped the Yellow Jackets win a pair of 1-0 games, making six saves against Westminster and 11 against Saint Vincent.
The Herald Standard

Kentuckiana Spotlight

Thomas More defender Jacob Waldrop, a junior from St. Xavier High School, was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Men’s Defender/Goalkeeper of the Week.
Louisville Courier-Journal

Named Thomas More junior D Jacob Waldrop of Louisville (St. Xavier) men's soccer Defender of the Week.

Lexington Herald Leader



W&J sophomore Roberts running for a cause
Runners are conditioned to ignore pain, to stretch their limitations in a quest for that elusive personal-best time, but Haley Roberts, an ovarian cancer survivor at age 18, doesn't experience typical stomach cramps.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Sarah Nee’s Kickoff into Success

Some people love sports. Some people live sports. Peters Township resident Sarah Nee does both. Her sport of choice is soccer, and it’s an enduring, integral part of her life.


Thomas More holds off Saint Vincent 20-17
Put another check mark in the win column for Thomas More. After trailing 10-7 at the half, the Saints were able to rally and beat Saint Vincent 20-17. The Saints improve to 6-0 overall and 5-0 in PAC action.



NCAA Football: Wolverines Fall Again

Grove City, meanwhile, fell to 0-6 on the season with a 23-7 loss to Geneva in Divison III action in Beaver Falls.

Allied News

Geneva Tops Grove City

BEAVER FALLS -- When the Geneva and Grove City College football teams first met in 1893, football was a very different game. Rules were different, equipment was different, and that 0-0 tie was definitely not played under the lights.

Beaver County Times

No. 6 Thomas More Rallies to Remain Unbeaten

LATROBE, Pa. - Sixth-ranked Thomas More College rallied from a 10-7 halftime deficit to defeat Saint Vincent College, 20-17 in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game at Chuck Noll Field.

Cincinnati Enquirer

Westminster Stuns Jackets

NEW WILMINGTON - A bad snap from center, an inability to run the football and a failed two-point conversion proved costly for Waynesburg University's football team Saturday as the Yellow Jackets' four-game winning streak came unraveled.


Briefs: Women's Soccer

Washington & Jefferson College won a school record ninth-consecutive match as the Presidents downed Grove City, 2-1, at College Field.


Other Games
Westminster 22, Waynesburg 20: The Titans (4-2, 4-1) defense limited Waynesburg (4-2, 4-1) to -1 yards rushing in the Presidents' Athletic Conference game. Westminster quarterback Shawn Lehocky passed for 123 yards.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Bethany Snaps Losing Skid, Blanks Thiel

BETHANY - Weather conditions can be a funny thing in the game of football, taking away strengths and sometimes creating overall havoc on offenses.

The (Wheeling) Intelligencer



District Notebook
Waynesburg (4-1) at Westminster (3-2), 1 p.m., Harold Burry Stadium, New Wilmington, Pa. -- This will be the 70th meeting between the teams. The series dates to 1910. Waynesburg has won seven of the past eight games against the Titans. ... The Yellow Jackets are 4-0 in the Presidents' Athletic Conference and tied with Thomas More for first. Westminster is 2-1 in the PAC and tied with Saint Vincent for second.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


College Golf: Long Off to Good Start

WASHINGTON, Pa. — Washington & Jefferson College's freshman golfer Matt Long, a Notre Dame of East Stroudsburg graduate, tied for eighth plaece at the Presidents' Athletic Conference Fall Invitational on September 27 at Oak Tree Country Club.

Pocono Record



College Notebook

W&J looking for answers: The bye week could not have come at a more opportune time for Washington & Jefferson.

Observer Reporter


Small college football weekend preview
THOMAS MORE at ST. VINCENT: Last week, St. Vincent got its biggest win since the program was revived in 2007: a victory over perennial power Washington & Jefferson. It'll face a tougher test this week. Thomas More has won all four meetings between the schools, and it has outscored the Bearcats, 142-43.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Not settling for 'good'

To be the best, you sometimes have to avoid settling for good. When Jim Hilvert took the reins at Thomas More he inherited a program that had tasted some success.



Thomas More goalie player of week
Thomas More senior goalkeeper Zack Lawson was named the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) soccer defender/goalkeeper of the week.


Running Roberts raises awareness
Haley Roberts of Upper St. Clair used her athletic ability recently to help raise awareness of ovarian cancers.

The Almanac


Local Briefs

Women's Soccer: Six different players scored goals for Washington & Jefferson College as it defeated Chatham, 7-0, in a PAC match.
Observer Reporter

Family reunion at St. Vincent
When the St. Vincent women's volleyball team played at Chatham on Oct. 5, Bearcats coach Sue Hozak matched wits with her daughter, Chatham coach Kristin Consuegra. One of Hozak's other daughters, Natalie, plays for St. Vincent.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Bethany Looks To Snap Losing Streak By Hosting Thiel
BETHANY -- The Bethany College football team will try to end a two-game losing skid Saturday when long-time PAC rival Thiel comes to Bison Stadium for a 1:30 p.m. kickoff.


Sisters contributing to great start

The Bethany College volleyball team opened the season with 14 consecutive wins and continues to do well with a 22-2 mark through Wednesday.
Zanesville Times Recorder



NCAA Women's Volleyball: Roberts’ remarkable run passes 600

GROVE CITY — Lining the walls of Susan Roberts’ office in the Grove City College Arena are portraits of the teams she’s coached over the years.

Allied News


NCAA Football: Midterm Exams

Tough tests await both of the area’s college football teams today as they hit the road for a pair of conference showdowns.
Allied News

Monacelli Shines On Defense For Washington & Jefferson
A Cassadaga Valley Central School graduate is making an impact on defense for the Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) College football team this fall.
Jamestown Post Journal

Volleyball coach Hozak inducted into St. Vincent College Athletic Hall of Fame
Women's volleyball coach Susan Hozak was inducted into the St. Vincent College Athletic Hall of Fame at a banquet held Sept. 10 in the Fred M. Rogers Center.

Connellsville Daily Courier



Alumni update from Washington & Jefferson College

WASHINGTON, Pa. -- Sophomores Alex Baroffio (Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park) and Matt Bliss (Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park) are both enjoying breakout seasons for the Washington & Jefferson College football team.
Post Gazette

College Corner tidbits
Huey Ehredt, a Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic graduate, has been finding success for the St. Vincent football team.
The Altoona Mirror


Canfield's Griesmer Sets New Record

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - The undefeated Westminster College women's tennis team now has two current players who hold the team records for career singles and doubles wins after seniors Dana Griesmer (Canfield, Ohio/Canfield) and Lauren Latinovich (Venetia, Pa./Peters Township) established new records last week.




Bearcats enjoy long-awaited signature win
What a homecoming for St. Vincent College. Five years into its resurrection of football, the Bearcats won a game that carries some weight.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review



Bethany Drops Nail-Biter

BETHANY - Even though his team came up short, Bethany football coach Tim Weaver insisted he had no regrets over rolling the dice in the final minute during Saturday afternoon's gut-wrenching 30-27 loss to Presidents' Athletic Conference rival Westminster.
The Intelligencer

Other Games
Saint Vincent 35, Washington & Jefferson 27: The Bearcats might have gotten the signature Presidents' Athletic Conference victory they have been searching for. Aaron Smetanka completed 13 of 20 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown for Saint Vincent (3-2, 2-1). Matt Bliss threw for 305 yards for W&J (3-3, 2-2).
Post Gazette


Waynesburg pleases crowd in homecoming win

Waynesburg quarterback Josh Graham completed 19-of-29 passes for 311 yards and tossed a career-high six touchdown passes in a 47-33 homecoming win Saturday afternoon against Geneva. The victory moved the Jackets to 4-0 in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, keeping them in a first place tie with unbeaten Thomas More.
Herald Standard


St. Vincent beat Washington and Jefferson for the first time, batting down a Hail Mary at the end to preserve the 35-27 win.


Rob Kues threw four touchdown passes to lead No. 8 Thomas More past Grove City 37-7.


Turnovers are key as St. Vincent stuns W&J
LATROBE - Saint Vincent College, aided by three second-half interceptions that set up touchdowns, overcame a third-quarter deficit and rallied Saturday to upset Washington & Jefferson 35-27 at Chuck Noll Field.

Observer Reporter


Women's soccer: Waynesburg saw its 11-game winning streak come to an end Saturday, dropping a 5-1 decision to Grove City in a Presidents' Athletic Conference women's soccer match.
Observer Reporter

Yellow Jackets' Young is king for a day
WAYNESBURG - This time last year, Jeff Young was out of school, working a job and trying to make ends meet for his daughter.

Observer Reporter



The good, bad of area football programs

The midway point of the local college football season arrives Saturday, and there have been some surprising situations.
After a season-opening loss to Christopher Newport, Waynesburg is tied with Thomas More for first place in the Presidents' Athletic Conference.

Observer Reporter


Other Games Today
Washington & Jefferson (3-2) at Saint Vincent (2-2), 1 p.m. Chuck Noll Field, Latrobe -- The Bearcats are still searching for a significant victory and come off a 23-20 loss at Geneva in overtime. ... The Presidents are 2-1 and in second place behind Thomas More and Waynesburg in the Presidents' Athletic Conference. ... W&J has never lost in four games against Saint Vincent since the Bearcats revived the varsity football program in 2007.
Post Gazette



Small college weekend preview
Washington & Jefferson at St. Vincent: Two years ago, St. Vincent was driving late with a chance to tie this matchup, but a sack yielded a fumble that allowed W&J to go up by two scores.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


A midseason roundup

Football Utopia?: Thomas More continues to climb in the polls. The team is currently sitting at No. 8 in the poll and No. 6 in AFCA poll. It's the highest ranking ever for the Saints.



Local Briefs

Women's soccer: Sarah Zeh and Cheyanne Mangold scored goals as Washington & Jefferson defeated Westminster, 2-0, in a PAC match at Alexandre Stadium.
Observer Reporter

W&J senior Gigler picks up national honor
Washington & Jefferson College senior defensive end Frank Gigler, a Burrell graduate, was named to the National Team of the Week.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Football & Volleyball

Bethany College junior Gage Lotozo made two tackles and fellow Sheridan alum, junior Cody Eyerman, also contributed on special teams in a 23-7 loss against Waynesburg. Lotozo has 10 tackles in four games for the Bison.

Zanesville Times Recorder

Bethany To Host Westminster For Homecoming
BETHANY -- The Bethany College football team (2-2, 1-2) will start the second half of its season and celebrate Homecoming this Saturday by hosting PAC rival Westminster (2-2, 1-1) at Bison Stadium for a 2 p.m. kickoff.



Local Briefs: W&J's Marcius tied for national assists lead
Washington & Jefferson junior Chrissy Marcius has moved into the top spot in NCAA Division III in assists per game.
Observer Reporter

Kentuckiana Spotlight: Soccer
Thomas More senior midfielder Alex Oeswein (Manual) was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Men’s Offensive Player of the Week. He scored three goals in an overtime loss to Ohio Northern and had a goal and an assist in a victory over Thiel.


Local players shining in college ranks

Karsen Cronin, a 2011 Fairfield graduate, is leading the Thomas More College volleyball team in kills as a freshman.
Hamilton Journal News



Local product secures win
WASHINGTON, Pa. - Junior defensive back Brian DeFranco, a Steubenville Catholic Central High School graduate, recorded a sack on the final play of the game as the Washington & Jefferson football team fended off Westminster 20-16 on Saturday.
The Herald-Star

Canfield Alum Ties Westminster Record

PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Two team records were either set or tied in the Westminster College women's tennis team's 9-0 win at Chatham on Sunday.

Springfield Alum Receives PAC Honors
Bryan Visingardi, a 6'0, 190-pound junior place kicker from Geneva College, was named the PAC Special Teams Player of the Week for October 3.


Sports Shorts

Soccer: Kelly honored
Waynesburg University goalkeeper Katrina Kelly was named the PAC Defender/Goalkeeper of the Week. The Connellsville graduate posted a pair of shutouts in victories over Wilmington (1-0) and Chatham (6-0). Kelly has five shutouts this season.

Herald Standard



College Football Highlights: Video

Video of W&J and Westminster



Jackets too much for Bethany
WAYNESBURG — The Waynesburg University football squad scored the game’s first 20 points and played terrific red zone defense, as it remained unbeaten in Presidents’ Athletic Conference play with a 23-7 victory over Bethany College Saturday afternoon
Herald Standard




Men's soccer: Jeremy Troutman scored in the 103rd minute to give Geneva a 2-1 victory over Washington & Jefferson at Reeves Field.

Observer Reporter

W&J has close call against Westminster
NEW WILMINGTON - Washington & Jefferson College's football team had to stave off a late rally by Westminster to hang on for a 20-16 victory over the Titans in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game Saturday.

Observer Reporter


Waynesburg too strong for Bethany
WAYNESBURG - On a cold, rain-soaked field at Jack Wiley Stadium, Waynesburg flexed its collective muscles Saturday afternoon and delivered a knockout punch to Bethany.

Observer Reporter


W&J's Roberts runs for a cause
Washington & Jefferson College sophomore Haley Roberts was one of 346 female runners to compete in the Dickinson College Long-Short Cross Country Invitational in Carlisle earlier this month.

Observer Reporter


Roundup: Division III
Washington & Jefferson 20, Westminster (Pa.) 16 -- W&J (3-2, 2-1) overcame five turnovers to defeat Westminster (2-2, 1-1) in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Other Games
Waynesburg 23, Bethany 7: Bertrand Ngampa rushed for 79 yards and a touchdown as the host Yellow Jackets (3-1, 3-0 Presidents' Athletic Conference) won their third consecutive. Matt Grimard had 240 passing yards for the Bison (2-2, 1-2).

Post Gazette


Top 25 Wrapup

Top-ranked UW-Whitewater pulled away in the second half, defeating UW-Platteville 34-14 to win its 34th consecutive game. Levell Coppage got 168 yards on 30 carries in the win. No. 8 Thomas More rolled up 35 second-quarter points in defeating Thiel 50-7.

October off to better start for Geneva

September is a month that Geneva coach Geno DeMarco would rather forget. What coach wouldn't want to burn that page of the calendar after going 0-4?
Beaver County Times

No. 8 Thomas More Football Defeats Thiel, 50-7, On the Road

(GREENVILLE, Pa.) - The eighth-ranked Thomas More College football team defeated Thiel College, 50-7, today (Saturday, October 1, 2011) in a Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) game at Alumni Stadium in Greenville, Pennsylvania.



Saint Vincent catching up fast after tough year

The way Saint Vincent College football coach Bob Colbert sees it, the Bearcats are a year behind schedule.

Post Gazette





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