Local schedule for Thursday, Nov. 7

HIGH SCHOOL
GIRLS SWIMMING
Section 9 preliminaries, at Valley Central H.S., 4:30 p.m.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Section 9 tournament
Class B semifinal: No. 3 Port Jervis at No. 2 Marlboro, 5 p.m.
Class D semifinal: No. 4 Pine Plains at No. 1 Tuxedo, 5 p.m.
Class D semifinal: No. 3 S.S. Seward at No. 2 Mount Academy, 5 p.m.

LOCAL
HORSE RACING
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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Local schedule for Wednesday, Nov. 6

HIGH SCHOOL
CROSS COUNTRY
Section 9 championships, at Bear Mountain State Park, 10 a.m.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Section 9 tournament
Class AA quarterfinal: No. 5 Washingtonville at No. 4 Valley Central, 5 p.m.
Class A quarterfinal: No. 5 Goshen at No. 4 New Paltz, 5 p.m.
Class A quarterfinal: No. 6 F.D. Roosevelt at No. 3 Minisink Valley, 5 p.m.
Class C quarterfinal: No. 5 Millbrook at No. 4 O’Neill, 5 p.m.
Class C quarterfinal: No. 6 Chester at No. 3 Burke Catholic, 5 p.m.

COLLEGE
FIELD HOCKEY
SUNYAC semifinals: SUNY New Paltz at SUNY Cortland, 2 p.m.
MEN’S SOCCER
Canisius at Marist, 4 p.m.
Boston at Army, 7 p.m.
Skyline Conference semifinal: Farmingdale State at Mount Saint Mary, 7:30 p.m.
WOMEN’S SOCCER
Skyline Conference semifinal: Manhattanville at Mount Saint Mary, 4 p.m.
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Marist at Fairfield, 7 p.m.

LOCAL
HORSE RACING
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.

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Section 9 championship games information

For the Section 9 championship football games at Faller Field in Middletown and Dietz Stadium in Kingston on Friday, Nov. 8 and Saturday, Nov. 9, here are some things to keep in mind:

1.  Price of admission is $8 for adults and $5 for students
2.  Section 9 passes will not be honored or accepted
3. Gold passes will  be honored 
4.  At Dietz, all spectators should report to the ticket booth located in the parking lot before going to the entry gates.  

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Local schedule for Saturday, Nov. 2

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS SOCCER
Class B final: No. 1 Burke Catholic vs. No. 7 Spackenkill at Faller Field, Middletown, 11 a.m.
Class A semifinal: No. 5 Cornwall vs. No. 8 New Paltz at Mount Saint Mary, Newburgh 4 p.m.
Class A semifinal: No. 6 Roosevelt at No. 2 Goshen, 4 p.m.
FOOTBALL
Section 9-AA semifinal: No. 4 Monroe-Woodbury vs. No. 1 Newburgh, at Dietz Stadium, Kingston, 7 p.m.
Section 9-AA semifinal: No. 3 Washingtonville vs. No. 2 Pine Bush, at Faller Field, Middletown, 7 p.m.
Section 9-B semifinal: Div. II runner-up Highland vs. Div. I champ Marlboro, at Dietz Stadium, Kingston, 3 p.m.
Section 9-B semifinal: Div. I runner-up Port Jervis vs. Div. II champ Burke Catholic, at Faller Field, Middletown, 3 p.m.
Section 9 Eight-man semifinals: No. 4 Tri-Valley vs. No. 1 Pawling, at Roosevelt H.S., 3 p.m.
Section 9 Eight-man semifinals: No. 3 Pine Plains/Rhinebeck vs. No. 2 Ellenville, at Roosevelt H.S., 7 p.m.
GIRLS TENNIS
New York State championships, day 1, at Tri-City Tennis Center, Latham, 9 a.m.

COLLEGE
CROSS COUNTRY
Army in Patriot League championships, at Colgate, men at 11 a.m., women at noon
Marist in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championships, at Holmdel, N.J., 10:45 a.m.
SUNY New Paltz hosts SUNY Athletic Conference championships, Hudson Valley Sports Dome, Milton, 11 a.m.
SUNY Orange in NJCAA Div. III championships, at Stanley Park, Westfield, Mass., 10 a.m.
EQUESTRIAN
SUNY New Paltz at Vassar
FIELD HOCKEY
Ithaca at SUNY New Paltz, 1 p.m.
FOOTBALL
Butler at Marist, noon
Army at Air Force, 3:30 p.m.
ICE HOCKEY
Army at American International, 7 p.m.
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Goldberg Classic: SUNY Orange vs. Word of Life, at Columbia-Greene CC, noon
Exhibition: SUNY Ulster at Mohawk Valley CC, noon
SUNY Sullivan Tip-Off Classic: Essex CC at SUNY Sullivan, 6 p.m.
MEN’S SOCCER
Army at American, 2 p.m.
Marist at Iona, 1 p.m.
MEN’S TENNIS
Marist in West Point Invite, all day
RIFLE
All-Academy President’s Trophy matches at West Point, 9 a.m.
ROWING
Marist women in 1969 Cup, Cherry Hill, N.J., all day
SWIMMING AND DIVING
Marist at Rider, 1 p.m.
Army at Connecticut, 1 p.m.
Mount Saint Mary at Staten Island, 1 p.m.
Hartwick at SUNY New Paltz, 1 p.m.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
SUNY Ulster at Fulton-Montgomery, 1 p.m.
SUNY Sullivan Tip-Off Classic: Montgomery College at SUNY Sullivan, 4 p.m.
WOMEN’S SOCCER
Army at Colgate, 1 p.m.
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Skidmore Invitational: SUNY New Paltz vs. Morrisville State, noon; SUNY New Paltz at Skidmore, 2 p.m.
Army at Holy Cross, 4 p.m.

LOCAL
HORSE RACING
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.
AUTO RACING
November Fest at Bethel Motor Speedway, 2 p.m.

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Section 9 divisional playoff games information

For the Section 9 divisional playoff games at Faller Field in Middletown and Dietz Stadium in Kingston on Friday, Nov. 1 and Saturday, Nov. 2, here are some things to keep in mind:

1.  Price of admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students
2.  Section 9 passes will not be honored or accepted
3. Gold passes will  be honored 
4.  At Dietz, all spectators should report to the ticket booth located in the parking lot before going to the entry gates.  

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State football rankings: Cornwall alone at No. 1 in Class A

Cornwall is the undisputed No. 1 Class A team in the state rankings for the first time this season.

Cornwall’s 19-game winning streak is on the line in the Section 9 Class A semifinal against New Paltz at 7 p.m. Friday night at Dietz Stadium in Kingston. The Dragons (7-0), which were idle last week after earning the top seed in the section playoffs.

Garden City, which was the co-No. 1 team with Cornwall since the season’s start, had its 42-game winning streak snapped by MacArthur last week.

Newburgh Free Academy holds at No. 7 in the Class AA rankings after defeating Middletown 27-20.

Marlboro is ranked 12th in Class B after defeating Port Jervis for the top seed in the section playoff last week.

Chester remains in the Class C rankings at No. 17

Class AA
1. Freeport-8, 7-0
2. Iona Prep-CHSFL, 8-0
3. New Rochelle-1, 8-0
4. William Floyd-11, 7-0
5. Stepinac-CHSFL, 7-1
6. Shaker-2, 8-0
7. Newburgh Free Academy, 7 -0
8. McQuaid-5, 8-0
9. Tottenville-PSAL, 7-1
10. Aquinas-5, 7-1
11. Eramus Hall-PSAL, 6-2
12. Curtis-PSAL, 7-1
13. Proctor-3, 8-0
14. St. Francis-MMAA, 7-1
15. Lindenhurst-11, 7-0
16. Christ The King-CHSFL, 6-2
17. Massapequa-8, 6-1
18. Corning-4, 7-119. Liverpool-3, 7-1
20. Shenendehowa-2, 7-1
21. Jamestown-6, 7-1
22. West Islip-11, 6-1
23. Orchard Park-6, 7-1
24. Farmingdale-8, 5-2
25. Oceanside-8, 5-2
26. Carmel-1, 7-1
27. Midwood-PSAL, 6-2
28. John Jay-East Fishkill-1, 6-2
29. Lancaster-6, 6-2
30. Middletown, 3-5

Class A
1. Cornwall, 7-0
2. MacArthur-8, 7-0
3. Plainedge-8, 7-0
4. Carthage-3, 7-1
5. John Jay-Cross River-1, 8-0
6. Garden City-8, 6-1
7. South Park-6, 8-0
8. Eastridge-5, 8-0
9. Sayville-11, 7-0
10. McKinley-6, 8-0
11. Troy-2, 7-1
12. Queensbury-2, 8-0
13. Somers-1, 7-1
14. Yorktown-1, 7-1
15. Westhampton-11, 6-1
16. Rye-1, 7-1
17. Chaminade-CHSFL, 6-2
18. Ballston Spa-2, 6-2
19. Indian River-3, 7-1
20. Rochester East-5, 7-1
21. New Utrecht-PSAL, 8-0
22. East Islip-11, 5-2
23. Moore Catholic-CHSFL, 7-1
24. Canandaigua-5, 7-1
25. James Madison-PSAL, 7-1
26. West Seneca West-6, 7-1
27. Tilden-PSAL, 7-1
28. South Side–8, 6-1
29. Spencerport-5, 7-1
30. Wantagh-8, 5-2
Honorable mention: Goshen (7-1)

Class B
1. Glens Falls-2, 8-0
2. Chenango Forks-4, 8-0
3. Ardsley-1, 7-0
4. Mount Sinai-11, 7-0
5. Byram Hills-1, 6-1
6. Solvay-3, 8-0
7. Cold Spring Harbor-8, 6-1
8. Seaford-8, 6-1
9. University Prep-5, 7-1
10. Oneida-3, 8-0
11. Marlboro, 6-2
12. New Hartford-3, 7-1
13. Marcellus-3, 7-1
14. Pioneer-6, 7-1
15. WNY Maritime/Health Sciences-6, 7-1
16. Owego-4, 6-2
17. Petrides-PSAL, 7-1
18. William Grady-PSAL, 7-1
19. Holy Trinity-2, 7-1
20. Schuylerville-2, 7-1
21. Cardozo-PSAL, 7-1
22. Albion-6, 7-1
23. Schalmont-2, 6-2
24. Babylon-11, 5-2
25. Honeoye Falls-Lima-5, 6-2
25. Randolph-PSAL, 7-1
Honorable mention: Burke Catholic (7-1); Port Jervis (6-2)

Class C
1. Susquehanna Valley-4, 8-0
2. Southwestern-6, 8-0
3. Stillwater-3, 8-0
4. Lowville-3, 8-0
5. Cato-Meridian-3, 8-0
6. LeRoy-5, 8-0
7. Cambridge-Salem-2, 7-1
8. Gouverneur-10, 7-0
9. Canastota-3, 7-1
10. Wilson-6, 8-0
11. Attica-5, 8-0
12. Greenwich-2, 7-1
13. Ogdensburg-10, 7-1
14. Portville-6, 7-1
15. Letchworth-Warsaw-5, 7-1
16. Windsor-4, 6-2
17. Chester, 5-2
18. East Rochester-Gananda-5, 6-2
19. Valhalla-1, 6-2
20. Tamarac-2, 6-2

Class D
1. Tioga-4, 8-0
2. Franklinville-Ellicottville-6, 7-0
3. Clymer-Sherman-Panama-6, 7-1
4. Batavia Notre Dame-5, 8-0
5. Walton-4, 7-1
6. Alexander-5, 7-1
7. Red Jacket-5, 6-2
8. Warrensburg-North Warren-2, 7-1
9. Chatham-2, 6-2
10. Tuckahoe-1, 6-1
11. Greene-4, 5-3
12. Delhi-4, 6-2
13. Moriah-7, 5-3
14. Beaver River-3, 6-2
15. Frankfort-Schuyler-3, 6-2

Eight-Man
1. Oakfield-Alabama-Elba-5, 6-0
2. Lansing-4, 6-0
3. Weedsport-3, 6-0
4. Pawling, 8-0
5. Elmira Notre Dame-4, 5-1
6. Pine Plains-Rhinebeck, 7-1
7. South Lewis-3, 6-0
8. West Canada Valley-5-1
9. Ellenville, 5-2
10. Tri-Valley, 5-2

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Local schedule for Monday, Oct. 28

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS SOCCER
Section 9 tournament
Class C semifinal: No. 4 Millbrook vs. No. 1 Rhinebeck, at Bard College, 6 p.m.
Class C semifinal: No. 3 Sullivan West vs. No. 2 S.S. Seward, at Seward soccer complex, 2 p.m.
CROSS COUNTRY
Monticello at Eldred, 4 p.m.
GIRLS SOCCER
Section 9 tournament
Class AA semifinal: No. 4 Kingston vs. No. 1 Monroe-Woodbury, at Hudson Sports Complex, Warwick, 2 p.m.
Class AA semifinal: No. 3 Washingtonville at No. 2 Valley Central, 2 p.m.
Class B quarterfinal: No. 5 Burke Catholic vs. No. 4 Ellenville, at Leipold Field, 3 p.m.
Class B quarterfinal: No. 6 Onteora at No. 3 Rondout Valley, 2 p.m.
Class B quarterfinal: No. 7 Highland at No. 2 Liberty, 3 p.m.
Class C semifinal: No. 3 Millbrook vs. No. 2 Rhinebeck, at Bard College, 6 p.m.
FIELD HOCKEY
Section 9 Class C semifinals, at Taconic Hills H.S.: No. 4 Ellenville vs. No. 1 Taconic Hills, 4 p.m.; No. 3 Onteora vs. No. 2 Pine Plains/Rhinebeck, 6 p.m.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Red Hook at Roosevelt, 4 p.m.
Kingston at Pine Bush, 4:30 p.m.
Tuxedo at Sullivan West, 4:30 p.m.
Washingtonville at Chester, 4:30 p.m.

COLLEGE
MEN’S GOLF
Army in Hoakalei Invitational, Ewa Beach, Hawaii, all day

LOCAL
HORSE RACING
Monticello, 12:50 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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2019 Section 9 Soccer Boys Soccer Coaches All-Stars

Newburgh Free Academy placed three players on the 22-member all-section team as picked by the Section 9 Soccer Coaches Association.

Junior midfielder Jesus Martinez, senior midfielder/forward Anthony Murcia and junior forward Javier Rodriguez helped Newburgh (10-4-2) earned the top seed in the section Class AA tournament.

Warwick senior midfielder Cody Baker Green, Burke Catholic junior midfielder Ryan Manna, Pine Bush senior forward Lorenzo Nunez and Liberty junior midfielder/forward Owen Siegel, named to the all-section team, are also kickers on their schools’ football teams.

All-Section Team
Cody Baker Green, Warwick, Sr., Midfielder
Modou Badjie, Kingston, Jr., Midfielder
Kawshar Biswas, Ellenville, Jr., Midfielder
Everett Button, Mount Academy, Sr., Defender
Petro Klisch, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., Midfielder
Jacob Lingerman, Goshen, Sr., Defender
Noah Lortie, Rhinebeck, Jr., Striker
Ryan Manna, Burke Catholic, Jr., Midfielder
Jesus Martinez, Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., Midfielder
Anthony Murcia, Newburgh Free Academy, Sr., Forward/Midfielder
Colin Murray, Rhinebeck, Sr., Defender
Lorenzo Nunez, Pine Bush, Sr., Forward
Frankie Palumbo, Wallkill, Sr., Midfielder
Ethan Rodriguez, Goshen, Sr., Forward
Javier Rodriguez, Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., Forward
Carson Ruhland, Roosevelt, Sr., Midfielder
Cian Ryan, Red Hook, Sr., Midfielder
Jacob Schools, James I. O’Neill, Sr., Midfielder
Chris Shust, Burke Catholic, Sr., Forward
Owen Siegel, Liberty, Jr., Forward/Midfielder
Tegh Singh, Warwick, Jr., Midfielder
Nakoa Zuger, Rhinebeck, Sr., Midfielder

Class AA
Modou Badjie, Kingston, Midfield
Matt Brown, Newburgh Free Academy, Sr., Defender
Michael Dempsey, Pine Bush, Jr., Midfielder
Petro Klisch, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., Midfielder
Will Maouris, Kingston, Sr., Defender
Jesus Martinez, Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., Midfielder
Anthony Murcia, Newburgh Free Academy, Sr., Forward/Midfielder
Lorenzo Nunez, Pine Bush, Sr., Forward
Greg Osterhout, Valley Central, Sr., Goalie
Javier Rodriguez, Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., Forward
Chris Ryan, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., Midfielder
Jason Sandoval, Middletown, Jr., Defender
Jesse Schwartz, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., Midfielder/Forward

Class A
Cody Baker Green, Warwick, Sr., Midfielder
John Germain, Cornwall, Sr., Forward
Axel Gomez, Saugerties, Sr., Forward
Jacob Lingerman, Goshen, Sr., Defender
Frankie Palumbo, Wallkill, Sr., Midfielder
Jaiden Pean, Cornwall, Sr., Midfielder
Ethan Rodriguez, Goshen, Sr., Forward
Carson Ruhland, Roosevelt, Sr., Midfielder
Cian Ryan, Red Hook, Sr., Midfielder
Tegh Singh, Warwick, Jr., Midfielder
Mohamed Soumah, New Paltz, Sr., Winger
Roberto Velasquez, Monticello, Sr., Forward
Kieran Weinstein, New Paltz, Jr., Midfielder
Roland Zanger, Port Jervis, Jr., Forward

Class B
Gavin Baxter, Ellenville, Jr., Midfielder
Kawshar Biswas, Ellenville, Jr., Midfielder
Liam Fentazi, Chester, Sr., Midfielder
Melki Flores, Fallsburg, Soph., Defender/Midfielder
Liam Henry, Liberty, Soph., Midfielder
Marino Iandolo, Dover, Sr., Forward
Eritin Learey, James I. O’Neill, Sr., Goalie
Ryan Manna, Burke Catholic, Jr., Midfielder
Gino Mazzella, Highland, Jr., Midfielder
Simon Rands, Onteora, Jr., Defender/Midfielder
Jacob Schools, James I. O’Neill, Sr., Midfielder
Chris Shust, Burke Catholic, Sr., Forward
Owen Siegel, Liberty, Jr., Forward/Midfielder
Klaus Sulollari, Marlboro, Sr., Forward
Jake Spero, Spackenkill, Sr., Midfielder

Class C/D
Diego Abad, Webutuck, Fr., Forward
Benson Arnold, Mount Academy, Sr., Forward
Tommy Bracken, S.S. Seward, Jr., Forward
Everett Button, Mount Academy, Sr., Defender
Ryan Hall, Millbrook, Jr., Forward
Brendan Hines, Rhinebeck, Jr., Goalie
Jahaziel Jimenze, Millbrook, Sr., Goalie
Luis Leon, Sullivan West, Sr., Midfielder
Noah Lortie, Rhinebeck, Jr., Forward
Efrain Martinez, Sullivan West, Sr., Goalie
Colin Murray, Rhinebeck, Sr., Defender
Alex Pawliczak, S.S. Seward, Fr., Defender
Mychal Wipf, Mount Academy, Sr., Defender
Nakoa Zuger, Rhinebeck, Sr., Midfielder

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Fifth Down Field Goal Attempt?

The wacky finish to Washingtonville’s 23-20 win over Monroe-Woodbury Saturday got even wackier after a review of the game video by coach Anthony Finochio.

Washingtonville clinched a berth in the playoffs when Eddie Fennessy’s 22-yard field goal sailed with left with six seconds left. Monroe-Woodbury shouldn’t have been attempted because it was “fifth” down, contends Finochio.

There was a 10-minute delay before the kick as Monroe-Woodbury coaches contested with officials the down, spot of the ball and if quarterback Anthony Campione picked up a first down on a sneak from the 2-yard line. Video shows the marker reading fourth down on Campione’s spike,” Finochio says.

“It’s (the finish) taken five years off of my life,” Finochio said. “My kids were saying the same thing (about it being fifth down). They ran a quarterback sneak and the down marker says third down. After that, he gets hit for a half-yard loss and then they spike it. It’s kind of crazy. I don’t know.”

Regardless, Washingtonville (4-4), the third seed, advance to Saturday’s Section 9 Class AA semifinal against No. 2 Pine Bush at 7 p.m. Saturday at Middletown High.

“That’s all that matter,” Finochio said. “At this point, I have to figure out how to beat Pine Bush

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Section 9 football standings and playoffs schedule

Section 9 standings
;Division;Overall
Team;W-L;W-L
Class AA
s-Newburgh Free Academy;6-0;7-0
s-Pine Bush;5-1;6-2
s-Washingtonville;3-3;4-4
s-Monroe-Woodbury;3-3;4-4
Middletown;2-4;3-5
Kingston;1-5;3-5
Valley Central;1-5;3-5

Class A Division I
s-Cornwall;3-0;7-0
s-Minisink Valley;2-1;6-2
Warwick;1-2;2-6
Roosevelt;0-3;0-7
Class A Division II
Goshen;3-1;6-1
s-New Paltz;3-1;4-4
s-Wallkill;3-1;4-4
Saugerties;1-3;2-6
Monticello;0-4;0-7

Class B Division I
s-Marlboro;3-0;6-2
s-Port Jervis;2-1;6-2
Rondout Valley;1-2;2-6
Red Hook;0-3;2-6
Class B Division II
s-Burke Catholic;3-0;7-1
s-Highland;1-2;1-7
Liberty;1-2;4-4
James I. O’Neill;1-2;3-5

Class C
Chester;0-0;5-2

Eight-man
Division I
s-Ellenville;4-0;5-2
s-Tri-Valley;3-1;5-2
Sullivan West;2-2;2-5
Fallsburg;1-3;2-5
Roscoe-Livingston Manor;0-4;0-7
Division II
s-Pawling;5-0;8-0
s-Pine Plains-Rhinebeck;4-1;7-1
Spackenkill;3-2;5-3
Millbrook;1-4;2-5
Dover;1-4;2-5
Onteora;1-4;2-5
s – semifinalists

Class AA semifinals
Saturday, Nov. 2
No. 4 Monroe-Woodbury vs. No. 1 Newburgh, at Dietz Stadium, Kingston, 7 p.m.
No. 3 Washingtonville vs. No. 2 Pine Bush, at Faller Field, Middletown, 7 p.m.
Class A semifinals
Friday, Nov. 1
No. 4 New Paltz vs. No. 1 Cornwall, at Dietz Stadium, Kingston, 7 p.m.
No. 3 Minisink Valley vs. No. 2 Goshen, at Faller Field, Middletown, 7 p.m.
Class B semifinals
Saturday, Nov. 2
Div. II runner-up Highland vs. Div. I champ Marlboro, at Dietz Stadium, Kingston, 3 p.m.
Div. I runner-up Port Jervis vs. Div. II champ Burke Catholic, at Faller Field, Middletown, 3 p.m.
Class C
Chester automatic champion
Eight-man semifinals
(Saturday, Nov. 2, at Roosevelt H.S.)
No. 4 Tri-Valley vs. No. 1 Pawling, 3 p.m.
No. 3 Pine Plains/Rhinebeck vs. No. 2 Ellenville, 7 p.m.

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