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Ramstein senior Kelsey Collier crosses the finish line in second place in the girls cross country meet at Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, Germany, on Saturday. Mannheim eighth-grader Daniell LaFleur won the race but was competing in an exhibition status.

Ramstein senior Kelsey Collier crosses the finish line in second place in the girls cross country meet at Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, Germany, on Saturday. Mannheim eighth-grader Daniell LaFleur won the race but was competing in an exhibition status. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Ramstein senior Kelsey Collier crosses the finish line in second place in the girls cross country meet at Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, Germany, on Saturday. Mannheim eighth-grader Daniell LaFleur won the race but was competing in an exhibition status.

Ramstein senior Kelsey Collier crosses the finish line in second place in the girls cross country meet at Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, Germany, on Saturday. Mannheim eighth-grader Daniell LaFleur won the race but was competing in an exhibition status. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Kelis Seacrest, a senior from Ramstein High School, pushes hard towards his first-place finish at the cross country course in Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, on Saturday. John Rynecki from Heidelberg finished second and Alex Cornelius of Mannheim third.

Kelis Seacrest, a senior from Ramstein High School, pushes hard towards his first-place finish at the cross country course in Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, on Saturday. John Rynecki from Heidelberg finished second and Alex Cornelius of Mannheim third. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Daniell LaFleur, an eigth-grader from Mannheim Middle School, pulls away from Kelsey Collier of Ramstein for a solid victory in the girls cross-country meet in Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, on Saturday. LaFleur's win did not count because she was competing in an exhibition status.

Daniell LaFleur, an eigth-grader from Mannheim Middle School, pulls away from Kelsey Collier of Ramstein for a solid victory in the girls cross-country meet in Vogelweh, near Kaiserslautern, on Saturday. LaFleur's win did not count because she was competing in an exhibition status. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

John Rynecki, a senior from Heidelberg, sprints in for a 2nd place finish as Alex Cornelius of Mannheim follows closely behind at a cross-country meet in Vogelweh located near Kaiserslautern Saturday. Kelis Seacrest, a senior from Ramstein High School, won the race.

John Rynecki, a senior from Heidelberg, sprints in for a 2nd place finish as Alex Cornelius of Mannheim follows closely behind at a cross-country meet in Vogelweh located near Kaiserslautern Saturday. Kelis Seacrest, a senior from Ramstein High School, won the race. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Cross country(All races were 5,000 meters and run Saturday)At Livorno

BoysTeam scoring—Vicenza and Florence incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Zack Garcia (Flor) 19:07; 2, Zach Dickens (Vicz) 21:00; 3, Michael Naify (Flor) 22:11; 4, Marc Bowman (Vicz) 24:00.

GirlsTeam scoring—Vicenza 15, Florence incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Mishal Cotudno (Vicz) 21:33; 2, Sarah Heryford (Vicz) 23:33; 3, April Petersen (Vicz) 24:26; 4, Taylor Kier (Vicz) 24:39; 5, Mariana Capano (Vicz) 25:45; 6, Emily Johnson (Vicz) 26:31; 7, Jessica Touzinsky (Vicz) 26:51; 8, Aryn Jeffries-Cade (Vicz) 26:52; 9, Bizzy Buffington (Vicz) 27:47; 10, Beatrice Emanuele (Flor) 29:32.

At American Overseas School of RomeBoysTeam scoring—Aviano 18, Naples 87, Sigonella 104, Marymont 133, Milan 144, AOSR incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Dan Slade (Avi) 17:02 (School record. Old record 17:13 by Slade, 2007); 2, Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:27; 3, John Markman (Napl) 17:48; 4, Thomas Gould (Avi) 19:03; 5, Steven Heath (Avi) 19:11; 6, Mark Corpuz (Avi) 19:22; 7, Mike Marshall (Napl) 19:30; 8, Anson Stuart (Avi) 19:32; 9, Jordan Rettie (Sig) 19:33; 10, Hirotaka Katayama (Mil) 19:41.

GirlsTeam scoring—Aviano 22, Naples 49, Sigonella 107, Marymount 111. AOSR and Milan were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Shelby Yoakum (Avi) 21:17 (School record. Old record 21:39 by Yoakum 2007); 2, Sasia Salter-Mack (Avi) 21:51; 3, Shannon Cuthbert (Napl) 22:07; 4, Kaylee Gum-Johnson (Avi) 22:39; 5, Jennifer Petron (Sig) 22:41; 6, Haily Whitz (Napl) 22:57; 7, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:58; 8, Melanie Hudson (Avi) 23:58; 9, Olivia Blanco (Avi) 24:21; 10, Ariel Niznik (Avi) 24:47.

At VilseckBoysTeam scoring—Ansbach 35, Vilseck 42, Munich International School 51, Hohenfels incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Sterling Teal (Ansb) 17:10 (Course record. Old record unavailable); 2, Kristian Alegado (Ansb) 18:22; 3, Jordan LeBouef (Vils) 18:48; 4, Kristopher Blake (MIS) 18:59; 5, Randolph Fagan (MIS) 19:02; 6, Al Vasquez (Ansb) 19:55; 7, Christian Austen (Ansb) 20:03; 8, Tyler Kirk (Vils) 20:12; 9, Drew Martin (Hoh) 20:22; 10, Nico Harris (Hoh) 20:25.

GirlsTeam scoring—Vilseck 15. Ansbach, Munich International School and Hohenfels were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Ania Denitiewicz (MIS) 23:06; 2, Julie Ruschin (MIS) 23:09; 3, Shamyra Coleman (Vils) 24:05; 4. Colleen Kiechler (Vils) 25:20; 5, Tamaria Hollis (Vils) 25:42; 6, Isabell Stuhler (Ansb) 27:10; 7, Jossie Rodriguez( Vils) 27:27; 8, Cody Martin (Hoh)28:43; 9, Arden Holderby (Ansb) 29:09; 10, Kiley Schreurs (Ansb) 32:03.

At KaiserslauternBoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 23, Patch 49, Wiesbaden 77, Kaiserslautern 82, Heidelberg 94. Mannheim incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Kelis Secrest (Rams) 16:15; 2, John Rynecki (Heid) 16:52; 3, Laz Ramos (Rams) 16:59; 4, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 17:06; 5, Joseph Anderson (Pat) 17:11; 6, Daniel Parker (Wies) 17:12; 7, Will Barnes (Rams) 17:18; 8, Mat Lein (Rams) 17:39; 9, Ross Payton (Pat) 17:39; 10, Cole Garraghty17:51.

GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 33, Heidelberg 43, Patch 52, Kaiserslautern 96, Wiesbaden 101, Mannheim incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Kelsey Collier (Rams) 20:53; 2, Elizabeth Doe 20:54; 3, Maggie Cutler (Heid) 20:59; 4, Claire Shumacher (Pat) 21:00; 5, Caitlin Gamble (Pat) 21:19; 6, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 21:22; 7, Kristine Bremer (Heid) 21:29; 8, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 21:30; 9, Felicia Gonzalez (Rams) 21:35; 10, Alexis Gomez (Rams) 21:46.

VolleyballGirlsAt American Overseas School of RomeAviano def. Sigonella 25-20, 25-22, 25-23Aviano def. AOSR 25-15, 25-14, 25-21Noteworthy—Victories were Aviano’s 100th and 101st straight in American Schools in Italy League play.

At LivornoVicenza def. Florence 25-14, 31-29, 25-11At Frankfurt International SchoolBaumholder def. FIS 17-25, 25-13, 25-13, 25-17Baumholder def, Bitburg 25-13, 25-17, 20-25, 25-13Bitburg def. FIS 11-25, 25-22, 12-25, 25-20, 15-13At VilseckVilseck def. Bamberg 25-13, 26-24, 25-18Vilseck def. Hohenfels 25-15, 26-28, 25-17, 25-21Bamberg def. Hohenfels 16-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-22Vilseck JV def. Hohenfels JV 25-17, 25-23Bamberg JV def. Vilseck JV 26-24, 25-22Hohenfels JV def. Bamberg JV 20-25, 25-27, 16-14At Black Forest AcademyBFA def. iesbaden 15-25, 25-14, 25-15, 30-28Noteworthy—According to BFA coach Pat Woodward, Joana Kelley registered 8 kills, 6 aces, a solo block and a dig for BFA. Her teammates, Meghan Young and Cameron Prender, posted 11 assists and 3 acces, respectively.Ansbach def. BFA 25-19, 25-18, 24-26, 25-11Noteworthy—Woodward credited Kelley with 7 kills, 3 aces and 2 solo blocks, Anne Stefan and Bethany Bell with 5 kills each, Prenger with 6 digs and Young with 10 assists.Ansbach def. Wiesbaden 25-21, 25-23, 25-14BFA JV def. Wiesbaden JV 25-14, 25-17Ansbach JV def. Wiesbaden JV 25-8, 25-13At HeidelbergHeidelberg def. Mannheim 25-5, 25-11, 25-8Heidelberg def. Patch 25-19, 25-10, 25-18Ramstein def. Mannheim 25-16, 25-8, 25-8Ramstein def. Patch 25-19, 25-11, 25-22Heidelberg JV def. Patch 2 JV 25-12, 25-20Heidelberg JV def. Patch 1 JV 25-20, 22-25, 15-9Ramstein def. Patch 1 JV 25-14, 26-24Ramstein def. Patch 2 JV 25-20, 25-20, 15-11At SHAPESHAPE def. Kaiserslautern 25-22, 25-11, 25-5SHAPE def. Brussels 14-25, 25-19, 25-19, 25-15SHAPE def. AFNORTH 25-12, 25-14, 23-25, 25-16Kaiserslautern def. AFNORTH 25-12, 25-23, 25-12Brussels def. AFNORTH 25-17, 17-25, 25-16, 25-22Noteworthy—SHAPE coach James Nelson reported the following statistics:SHAPE — Kaitlin Chapple, 11 aces, 3 kills; Berenika Balak, 9 aces, 5 kills; Edite Bauska 15, aces, 28 kills; Liene Bauska 19 aces, 32 kills.Kaiserslautern — Karah Helm, 12 aces; Shalisa Balwin, 7 aces; Trinity Powell, 6 aces; Tatjana Gainey, 10 kills.Brussels — Anika Rumery, 5 digs; Bria Yazzie, 6 assists; Cine Steptoe, solo block, block assists; Deanet Preciado 3 kills; Kathleeen Anderson, 4 kills, 4 digs, 2 solo blocks.

BoysAt LivornoVicenza def. Florence 25-9, 25-18, 25-11

Golf(Scoring is modified Stableford, awarding 1 point for double bogey, 2 for bogey, 3 for par, 4 for birdie and 6 for eagle or ace. Team scoring is combined points totals for top 4 boys and top 2 girls)Kaiserslautern(Friday at Woodlawn Golf Course)BoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 141, Kaiserslautern 114, Baumholder 68, Bitburg 66, SHAPE incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Aaron Fitzpatrick (Rams) 41; 2, James Bailey (Kais) 37; 3, Craig Herron (Rams) 36; 4, Jon Collett (Rams) 35; 5, MacKenzie Bradley (Kais) 34.Longest drive—Herron.Closest to the pin—Tyler Tucker (Bitb).

GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 73, Kaiserslautern 45, Baumholder 19. Bitburg and SHAPE, no team.Individual leaders—1, Elizabeth Ward (Rams) 29; 2, Barbara Burriss (Kais) 27; 3, Marissa Engelbaum (Rams) 23; 4, Vikki Leavitt (Kais) 18; Kayla Eck (Rams) 16.Longest drive—Burriss.Closest to the pin—None.

Tennis(All matches Saturday. Individual forfeits not listed but included in team scores. Time permitting, No. 1s play best-of-3 sets; all other single 8-game pro set)Vicenza vs. Florence(at Livorno; one match played)Girls

Jacqueline Le Marche (Vicz) def. (opponent’s name unavailable) 6-1, 6-0.

Vilseck at PatchVilseck girls 6, Patch 3 Amber Hendricks (Vils) def. Giselle Wagstaff 6-1, 6-1; Leah Beilhart (Vils) def. Madison Frink 8-5; Donna Smales (Pat) def. Sara Carriker 8-3; Ashlia Hendricks (Vils) def. Madeleine Pastore 8-2; Sasha Whitlock (Vils) def. Holly Martin 9-7; Corey Knef (Pat) def. Bianca Selders, 8-0; Hendricks and Beilhart def. Frink and Smales, 6-4, 6-4; Carriker and (first name unavailable) Andrews def. Wagstaff and Pastore (Vils) 8-5; Martin and Knef def. Whitlock and Selders 8-0.

Patch boys 8, Vilseck 1Zach Skells (Vils) def. Patrick Smith 4-6; 6-4; 7-5; Jacob Schoonover (Pat) def. Jake Skells 8-4; Jon Lightner (Pat) def. Darren Eldredge 8-1; Kevin Smith (Pat) def. Garret Young 8-2; Charlie Schoonover (Pat) def. Willie Gray 8-0; Robert Paxton (Pat) def. Dylan Driscoll, 8-0; J. Schoonover and Lightner def. Young and Eldredge 6-1, 6-4; K. Smith and P. Smith def. J. Skells and Z. Skells 8-1; Paxton and Josh White (Pat) def. Gray and Driscoll 8-1.Noteworthy—Zach Skells’ singles victory was revenge for the previous week’s 4-6, 2-6 loss to Patrick Smith at Vilseck.

Kaiserslautern at BitburgBitburg boys 9, Kaiserslautern 0 Tim Liebig (Bitb) def. Michael Boone 6-2, 6-3; Greg Combass (Bitb) def. Erik Langholz 8-2; Tyler Jacobs (Bitb) def. Ty Trojanowski 8-0; John McCrea (Bitg) def. Patrick Tremaglio 8-2; Liebig and Combass def. Boone and Langholz 6-2, 8-6; Jacobs and McCrea def, Trojanowski and Tremaglio 8-1.

Kaiserslautern girls 9, Bitburg 0 Katelyn Bader (Kais) def. Brittany Russo 6-0, 6-4; Amy Trostle (Kais) def. Gabriella Reagan 8-5; Alana Young (Kais) def. Zoe Whitney 8-2; Natalie Jung (Kais) def. Kaitlyn Miller 8-1; Ana Aguiree (Kais) def. Leah Helms 8-0; Sydney Pharr (Kais) def. Kelsey Downer 8-3; Trostle and Bader def. Reagan and Whitney 6-0, 6-1; Young and Jung def. Russo and Miller 8-2; Aguirre and (first name unavailable) Rahn (Kais) def. Helms and Downer 8-2.

Baumholder at BrusselsBrussels boys 9, Baumholder 0 Mike Grennek (Brus) def. Nathan Beatty 7-6 (7-5) 6-3; Yuri Stanton (Brus) def. Steven Billington 8-3; Meiler Balog (Brus) def. Ory Bailey 8-0; John Grennek (Brus) def. Van Phillips 8-0; Stanton and Balog def. Beatty and Billington 6-1, 6-1; Garrett Doland and Ryan Bottesini def. Bailey and Phillips 8-0.

Brussels girls 6, Baumholder 3Carissa Ryan (Brus) def. Jamie Ellis 6-1, 6-0; Isabelle Georges (Brus) def. Kendrea Cameron 8-1; Christiana Calumpit (Brus) def. Amanda Rivera 8-3; Rachel Campbell (Brus) Rachel Money 9-8 (7-4); Pam Hall (Baum) def. Sabrina Curtis 6-3; Mechelle Smith def. Nigar Guliyeva 6-2; Ryan and Georges def. Ellis and Cameron 6-1, 6-3; Calumpit and Campbell def. Rivera and Money 6-4; Curtis and Guliyeva def. Hall and Smith 6-0.

Alconbury at SHAPESHAPE boys 9, Alconbury 0 Billy Bumgardner (SHP) def. Peter Rydzynski 6-1, 6-0; Nickolay Gospodinov (SHP) def. Nick Geronimo 8-0; Jesus Diaz (SHP) def. Ian Armour 8-0; Andrei Mavris (SHP) def. Isaiah Beltran 8-2; Juan dela Torre (SHP) def. Ben Glad 8-0; Silviu Strimbeanu (SHP) Josh Boxley 8-0; N. Gospodinov and J. Diaz (SHP) def. N. Geronimo and I. Armour 6-1, 6-0; B. Bumgardener and A. Marvis (SHP) def. P. Rydzynski and I. Beltran 8-0; Brian Yip and Ignacio Sanchez (SHP) def. B. Glad and J. Boxley 8-1.

Alconbury girls 6, SHAPE 3 Svenja Jansen (SHP) def. Ellyn Edwards 6-1, 6-4; Caitlin Cloum (Alc) def. Panna Balla 9-8, 9-7; Amanda Hand (Alc) def, Natalia Gackova 8-1; Sara Reynolds (Alc) def. Sovy Chan 8-5; Taylor Malcom (Alc) def. Emma Hagen 8-3; Ellen Campany (SHP) def. Rhiannon Crump 8-6; C. Cloum and A. Hand (Alc) def. P. Balla and N. Gackova 6-2, 6-0; E. Edwards and S. Reynolds (Alc) def. S. Jansen and S. Chan 8-4; E. Hagen and E. Campany (SHP) def. T. Malcom and R. Crump 9-7.

Mannheim at WiesbadenWiesbaden girls 6, Mannheim 3Lisa Enokawa (Wies) def Rachael Nevinger 6-3, 2-6, 7-6 (7-3); Amber Veranon (Mann) def. Jill Fredrickson 8-3; Rebecca Borner (Wies) def. Ashley Southworth 8-0; Montana Feix (Wies) def Alexis Pineiro 8-1; Taylor Dore (Wies) def Elena Alvarez 8-4; Meg Gerry (Wies) def Mariah Vickerstaff 8-1; Veranon and Southworth def. Fredrickson and Borner 6-1, 5-7, 7-6 (7-5); Enokowa and Feix def. Nevinger and Pineiro 8-4; Vickerstaff and (first name unavailable) Vater def. Dore and Gerry 8-6.

Wiesbaden boys 8, Mannheim 1Jeremy Scott (Mann) def. Alarilla, Evin 1-6, 6-3, 6-2; Tahji Peebles (Wies) def. Sam Harvill 8-4; Jeffrey Holt (Wies) def. Sascha DeWitt 8-2; Joseph Barron (Wies) def. Sascha DeWitt 8-1; Peebles and Holt def Scott and Harvill 3-6, 6-4, 6-1.

ISB at AFNORTHAFNORTH girls 7, ISB 2Tamara Casteels (International School of Brussels) def. Ellie Katzenson 6-1, 6-3; Stephanie Seitz (AFN) def. Alessandra Lochen 8-1; Heather Acre (AFN) def. Blandine Pairet 8-1; Taylor Bonnenclark (AFN_ def. Prune Moerenhout 8-2; Alona Meir (ISB) def. Katie Spencer 8-1; Katzenson and Seitz def. Casteels and Lochen 6-4, 6-1; Acre and Bonnenclark def. Pairet and Moerenhout 8-2.

ISB boys 9, AFNORTH 0Brady Covington (ISB) def. Eric Childs 6-0, 6-0; Shota Shindo (ISB) def. Jake Schmidt 8-5; Gerard Salvador (ISB) def. Spencer Hyland 8-1; Miguel Vega (ISB) def. Zach Zembower 8-1; Asgeiv Hallgrimson (ISB) def. Sebastien Roy 8-6; Javier Vega (ISB) def. Nicolai Dybvad 8-5 ; Shindo and Salvador def. Childs and Schmidt 6-0, 6-0 ; Covington and Vega def. Hyland and Zembower 8-1 ; Hallgrimson and Hiroki Nishimura (ISB) def. Roy and Dybvad 8-1.

Heidelberg at BambergHeidelberg girls 9, Bamberg 0 Chelsea Cotter (Heid) def. Sofia Engel 6-1, 6-1; Andrea Wheatcroft (Heid) def. Charlotte Woods 8-3; Nikki Ecenrode (Heid) def. Ana Crum 8-1; Ashley Mersereau (Heid) def. Amanda Biggins 8-0, Rebecca Jost (Heid) def. Jackie Streker 8-1; April Ecenrode (Heid) def. Jocelyn Bright Smith 8-0; A.Wheatcroft and N. Ecenrode (Heid) def. C. Woods and A. Crum 6-1, 6-0; C. Cotter and A. Mercereau (Heid) def. A. Biggins and J. Streker 8-0; Emily Hall and Laura Jackson (Heid) def. B. Smith and Alexandria Brown 8-1.

Heidelberg boys 9, Bamberg 0Nick Garcia (Heid) def. Andy Kim 6-0, 6-0; Sean Conderman (Heid) def. Trevor Callahan 8-0; Darien Ward (Heid) def. David Cormier 8-0; Jon Stephens (Heid) def. Alex Morris 8-0; Andrew Stephens (Heid) def. Franklin Cook 8-0; Trent Floyd (Heid) def. Raleigh Addington 8-2; S. Conderman and D. Ward (Heid) def. D. Cormier and T. Calahan 6-1, 6-0; N.Garcia and J. Stephens (Heid) def. F.Cook and A. Morris 8-0; T. Floyd and Kyle Jackson (Heid) R. Addington and Ivey Cherry 8-0.

Black Forest Academy at HohenfelsBFA girls 5, Hohenfels 4 Casey Leon (Hoh) def. Krista Won 6-1, 6-3; Alicia Moczynski (Hoh) def. Sonya Shin 8-2; Katie Siegel (Hoh) def. Mikala Pelton 9-7; Ginny Park (BFA) def. Courtney Borg 6-4; C. Leon and A. Moczynski (Hoh) def. K. Won and S. Shin 6-2, 6-4; M. Pelton and G. Park def. K. Siegel and C. Borg 8-2.

BFA boys 7, Hohenfels 1Rene Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Nakul Gupta 6-2, 6-2; Andrew Ingram (BFA) def. Andy Mulvihill 8-1; Brandon Hamilton (BFA) def. Matt Fisher 8-4; Brian Shipley (BFA) def. Conner Dunwoody 6-0; Ingram and B. Shipley (BFA) def. R. Bourgeois and A. Mulihill 8-1; N. Gupta and B. Hamilton (BFA) def. M.Fisher and C. Dunwoody 8-0.

Ramstein at LakenheathLakenheath girls 6, Ramstein 3 Lindsey Jones (Ram) def. Molly Martin 6-2, 7-5; Julia Novak (Lake) def. Karrie Snell 8-4; Brittany Latham (Lake) def. Meagan Kirts 8-2; Michelle Sullivan (Lake) def. Rachel Smith 8-3; Maggie Appel-Schumacher (Ram) def. Ciara Ryan 8-6; Gaby Gargis (Lake) def. Blair Arbuckle 9-8, 9-7; B. Latham and G. Girgis (Lake) def. K. Snell and M. Kirts 6-2, 6-2; J. Novak and M. Sullivan (Lake) def. R. Smith and M. Appel-Schumacher 8-1; B. Arbuckle and Shannon O’Neal (Ram) def. C. Ryan and Arielle Buffett 9-7.

Ramstein boys 8, Lakenheath 1Sean Stokstad (Ram) def. Cavan Cohoes 6-3, 6-3; Brian Kelley (Ram) def. Danny Burroughs 8-0; Clay Marquardt (Ram) def. Daniel Buffett 8-0; Daniel Langholz (Ram) def. Alex Mac Williams 8-1; Matt Mol (Ram) def. Tyler Poppenwimer 8-2; Ian Rojas (Lake) def. Seth Marquardt 8-6; B. Kelley and C. Marquardt (Ram) def. D. Burroughs and D. Buffett 6-1, 6-4; D. Langholz and M. Mol def. A. Mac Williams and T. Poppenwimer 8-0; S. Marquardt and D. Scott def. Trae Tall and Brandon Harper 8-1.


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