02/22/2013 - 12:00 PM
The SCSU wrestling team captured their second straight NSIC title last Thursday in Halenbeck Hall. The Huskies took down the Mavericks of Minnesota State Mankato 29-6 to seal the deal and remain undefeated. SCSU ties the NCAA Division II record for most consectutive dual match victories with 47. The dual was also coach Steve Costanzo’s 100th career victory with the Huskies. SCSU finished the season with a perfect 21-0 record.
The #1 ranked SCSU wrestling will start post-season action on Sunday with the Super Region 3 tournament in Waterloo, Iowa. The Huskies are defending champions for two years running and look to continue the streak after a perfect season. Listen to the action, that begins at 10 a.m. Sunday on the KVSC Sports Stream. For specific match times visit the Region 3 host, Upper Iowa's athletic page.
02/21/2013 - 12:00 PM
St. Cloud State University’s women’s hockey team will round out the regular season at home this weekend with the #1 ranked team in the nation. The University of Minnesota visits the NHEC with a 40 game win streak. Last weekend the Huskies were on the road for a pair of WCHA games with Minnesota State, Audrey Hanmer scored three goals in the series, including the shootout winner on Friday and the game winner on Saturday. The WCHA has recognized her for her efforts this week by giving her the title of WCHA Defensive Player of the Week.
The University of Minnesota will come to the NHEC this weekend along with their 32-0 record and 40 game unbeaten streak. You can hear both games live on 88.1 FM KVSC this Friday and Saturday. Friday’s game will start at 7:07 and Saturday’s game will be an afternoon matinee with a 2:07 puck drop. Don’t miss “The Jeff Geisen Show” that will air during Friday’s drop matchup along with KVSC’s senior salute that is set to air during Saturday afternoon’s contest. Stay connected with the latest on our Twitter account.
02/18/2013 - 12:15 PM
This past weekend was a hit for the Huskies as they were able to sweep both double headers defeating the Wayne State Wildcats Saturday and the University of Minnesota-Duluth Sunday. On Saturday Saint Cloud was able to keep the Wildcats offense silent with Saint Cloud winning 5-0 in game one and 8-1 in game two. The Huskies received a tremendous effort from Scott Lieser throwing a seven innings shutout using just 67 pitches while striking out six batters. It was the Husky bats jumping to a 3-0 lead in the first inning with all the runs in that inning coming with 2 outs. Both Eric Loxtercamp and Steve Rindelaub had triples in the game.
In game number two it was again a great effort from all aspects. Senior Captain Phil Imholte reached base four times, stealing two bases and also adding two runs. Garrett Fischer added two hits, with Karl Sorensen adding an RBI triple as well. It was Kyle Fischer on the bump for game two pitching five innings allowing just two hits and one run with four strikeouts. Saint Cloud out scored Wayne State 13-1 in the double header.
On Sunday night Saint Cloud took on the University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs in a double header with the Huskies winning 5-0 in the first one and won a tight one in game two 3-1. In game 1 Junior Chris Kubitz was dynamite, pitching five shutout innings striking out seven batters and allowing just three hits. Karl Sorensen drove in two runners and Sean Boreman added two hits with an RBI in the contest as well.
Game two of the series was a nail biter, as it was the Bulldogs getting on the board in the bottom of the first inning. Jimmy Hook of the bulldogs drove in John Meyer for the games first run. UMD held the lead with Kyle Fritz of UMD holding the husky bats quiet as Saint Cloud only registered one hit in the first four innings. After the Bulldogs handed it over to their bullpen, the Huskies took advantage of the ineffective pen of UMD using six different pitchers to finish the final three innings. In the fifth inning it was Mike Jurgella leading things off with a double, after both of the two husky batters were retired. Saint Cloud continued its two out magic and after walks to both Garret Fischer and Phil Imholte, the bases were loaded for Eric Loxtercamp who was able to drive in both Jurgella and Fichser. However the inning ended with Imholte being tagged out at third. Cory Fitzgerald started the game on the mound in game two allowing just one run in his four innings of work. But it was the work of Reese Gregory out of the bullpen that was the story for Saint Cloud. He pitched three innings of shutout baseball striking out four batters. Duluth was able to load the bases in the last half of the seventh but Gregory kept it cool and was able to get John Meyer of Duluth to fly out to left to end the game. Saint Cloud is now 6-1 on the season and is back at Mall of America field this Saturday against division one, University of North Dakota first pitch is at 7:45am.
02/18/2013 - 12:00 PM
Over the weekend the SCSU women’s hockey team traveled to Mankato for their final regular season road series. The Huskies were in desperate need for points occupying the bottom spot in the WCHA standings prior to the weekend. In game one on Friday night the Huskies fell behind early as MSU scored 71 seconds into the game. The Huskies regained their composure and battled back to tie the game at one late in the second period on a goal by Senior Captain Haylea Schmid. Schmid’s goal came at the 12:08 mark in the second period and the lone assist was credited to Cari Coen. SCSU took their first lead of the contest at the 4:04 mark in the third period on a goal by senior defender Lisa Martinson. Martinson was helped out by Moli Mott and Abby Ness on the goal. After the Huskies defused a MSU power play the Mavericks were able to muster a full strength goal to tie the game at 2-2 at the 10:59 mark. The Huskies attempt to win in regulation came inches short as a blast by Abby Ness struck the pipe and bounced out. The game would move to overtime and both teams were held scoreless. Tied at two through overtime the game went into a shootout. It was the second shootout on the season for the SCSU Huskies, the first coming in Columbus, Ohio verses Ohio State. Sophomore goaltender Julie Friend stood tall between the pipes in the shootout for the Huskies turning away all three shots she faced while Sophomore defender Audrey Hanmer found the net for the Huskies, propelling SCSU to the shootout win and netting them two points in the WCHA.
Game two at All Season Arena found two of the Huskies Friday heroes at it once again. Julie Friend made her second straight start in net for the Huskies and defender Audrey Hanmer continued her stellar play as she broke a scoreless tie with her second goal in the series. The goal came late in the opening period at the 16:50 mark giving SCSU a 1 -0 advantage. Most impressive about Hanmer’s goal was that it came from the blue line. Both teams played a scoreless second period and St. Cloud State would take advantage of a power play early in the third period and once again it was Audrey Hanmer beating the goaltender unassisted giving the Huskies a 2-0 advantage. For Hanmer, it was her first two-goal game. Those goals were all the Huskies would need as Julie Friend stayed solid between the nets, posting a shutout in the win.
The two wins over the weekend gave the Huskies a total of five WCHA points and lifted them from 13 points in conference play to eighteen. The win enabled the Huskies to leap frog Bemidji State in the standings. Bemidji State gave the University of Minnesota all it could handle in Minneapolis but the Beavers fell 3-2 in overtime. The University of Minnesota will come to the NHEC this weekend along with their 32-0 record and 40 game unbeaten streak. You can hear both games live on 88.1 FM KVSC this Friday and Saturday. Friday’s game will start at 7:07 and Saturday’s game will be an afternoon matinee with a 2:07 puck drop. Don’t miss “The Jeff Geisen Show” that will air during Friday’s drop matchup along with KVSC’s Senior Salute that is set to air during Saturday afternoon’s contest. Stay connected with the latest on our Twitter account.
02/13/2013 - 12:30 PM
The SCSU wrestling squad is in search of the NSIC championship. On Thursday night the team will put their 46 dual win streak to test against Minnesota State-Mankato in Halenbeck Hall.
It's the final dual of the NSIC season and both the Huskies and Mavericks are undefeated in conference play this season. The dual will determine the winner of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference this season. The Huskies are 20-0 overall this season and 7-0 in conference action. The Mavericks are 9-2 overall this season but is 6-0 in NSIC action. The Huskies will break the record for the most consecutive dual victories in Division 2 Wrestling with a victory on Thursday. Listen to the action at 7 p.m. on Thursday night on the KVSC Sports Stream.
02/13/2013 - 12:15 PM
This weekend the KVSC Sports Department will be coving the Huskies final regular season home basketball games of the season. On Friday evening Minnesota State Moorhead will be in town. The ladies tip-off at 6:00 Friday followed by the men's game at 8:00. Tune in for Fridays action on the KVSC Sports Stream.
On Saturday the Wolves of Northern State will take the court with the Huskies in the final regular season home games for the teams. The action starts at 4:00 p.m. in Halenbeck Hall when the women's team starts action. The men's game will follow at 6:00 both games be heard on the KVSC airwaves, 88.1 FM. Our coverage for Saturday's double feature will begin at 3:45 p.m.
On the season the men are 17-5 and 14-5 in conference place, good for the top spot in the NSIC North standings. The women's basketball team also ranks at the top of the NSIC north with an 11-7 conference record and 15-7 overall.
02/13/2013 - 12:15 PM
The warmer weather means spring is around the corner and the SCSU baseball team is ready for the warm weather. They've already got 2 games under their belt. Last weekend the team was in action in Corpus Christi, TX for three games. The teams went 2-3 over the weekend. Falling to Texas A&M 0-2 before defeating Loyola University 11-6 and Southeastern Oklahoma State University 8-5. This week the team is back in Minnesota and will be in action at the Metrodome.
Sophomore, Eric Loxtercamp has earned NSIC recognition for his efforts in the trio of games. He accumulated a .417 batting average, four putouts, no errors in the field, and went 4-4 on stolen bases. He also two walks, four RBIs, five hits, three runs and 12 at bats for the Huskies. Loxtercamp is the NSIC Baseball Player of the Week.
On Saturday the team will take on Wayne State College in a doubleheader before taking on the Bulldogs of Minnesota Duluth in a pair on Sunday. The action begins at 8:15 p.m. both days. The action can be heard on the KVSC Sports Stream with our own Declan Goff.
02/13/2013 - 12:00 PM
The women's hockey team will be on the road this weekend as they Travel to Mankato to face Minnesota State. The Huskies trail the Mavericks by nine points in the WCHA and have an opportunity to make up ground in the standings. The Huskies are currently in eighth place in the conference and are in pursuit to catch up to Bemidji State, who leads SCSU by three points. Stay caught up with the women's hockey team by listening to the Jeff Giesen show, an inside look at SCSU women's hockey, between the basketball coverage this Saturday on 88.1 FM.
02/11/2013 - 12:15 PM
The St. Cloud State University Huskies and the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers skated to a weekend split from the National Hockey and Event Center in what was the final regular season meeting between the two teams in conference play.
The Gophers, ranked number one in both major college hockey polls, took the first game of the series by a final score of 4-2 in front of 5,648 fans packed to the rafters. Minnesota opened up the scoring at the 8:45 mark of the first with the fourteenth goal of the season from Nick Bjugstad with assists from Kyle Rau and Nate Condon. Six Minutes later, SCSU freshman Joey Benik found a loose puck in the slot and fired it home for his first collegiate goal, and to tie the game up at one. The gophers got back on the board with the only goal of the second period on a goal from the Finnish Erik Haula, his 12th goal of the season, giving the Gophers a 2-1 lead.
With the Huskies trailing by one to start the third, the Gophers’ Seth Helgeson took a hooking penalty at 3:21 mark to put SCSU on the powerplay. After a blocked shot from Nick Jensen, the puck landed on Kalle Kossila’s stick he quickly directed the puck to Drew LeBlanc at the top of the right faceoff circle. LeBlanc fired a wrist shot that banked off the pipe and in which tie the game up at two with 16:02 left to play in the third. At the 8:47 mark, Seth Ambroz and Taylor Johnson were sent to the box for roughing, which started a chain of events to favor the Gophers. With 1:20 left in the 4 on 4, Nate Schmidt was skating with Haula on a 2 on 1 odd-man-rush. Schmidt faked a shot, passed across the slot to Haula who deked to his forehand and pushed the puck past SCSU goaltender Ryan Faragher to take a 3-2 lead. Less than a minute late, still 4 on 4, Schmidt took a pass at the top of the faceoff circle and blasted a slap shot past Faragher to make it 4-2. The Huskies would get a few more chances, including a breakaway for freshman Jimmy Murray, but Gophers goaltender Adam Wilcox was able to stop them all to hang on to the two-goal lead for the victory.
Although the Huskies were in no danger of falling out of first place in the WCHA Saturday night, SCSU needed a win to keep a three-point cushion on the University of North Dakota (who swept Nebraska-Omaha) in the standings.
After a scoreless first period, the game proved to be an exciting one. Numerous chances developed for both teams, and both goaltenders were able to stop them all. The Huskies got on the scoreboard first in the second period at the 2:39 mark. Faragher passed a loose puck to Garret Milan who skated all the way into the Minnesota zone, put a shot on net where the rebound popped into the air. Joey Holka was there to glove the rebound to his stick and chopped the puck over Wilcox’s glove to give the Huskies a 1-0 lead on his third goal of the season. Then, with 2:18 left in the period, Kevin Gravel hit a long pass to Nic Dowd who floated a pass to Murray and then went back to Dowd who snuck the puck past Wilcox to give the Huskies a 2-0 lead. Less than a minute later, Nick Jensen and LeBlanc took two penalties less than a second apart, which gave Minnesota a full two minutes of 5 on 3 power play time. After a flurry of shots, including miraculous saves from Faragher, who got some help from Gravel, Schmidt was able to one-time a shot to put Minnesota on the board heading into the third period.
In the third, Jensen got a pass to Jonny Brodzinski who took the puck to the Minnesota blue line, blasted a slap shot on net, and with some help from Minnesota’s Jake Parenteau who was screening Wilcox on the shot, was able to score his 14th goal of the season to give SCSU a 3-1 lead. But the Huskies weren’t done yet. Three minutes later, LeBlanc took advantage of a defensive line change to go all the way and score on a breakaway to make it 4-1, and the announced crowd of 6,140 exploded. But Minnesota wasn’t done. With Taylor Johnson in the box and the Gophers on a power play, Bjugstad was fed the puck in the left faceoff circle. The puck was wobbling, and Bjugstad waited patiently for the puck to lie flat before firing a slap shot past both a blocking Gravel and Faragher to make it 4-2. The Gophers got within one goal after Mark Alt fired a shot wide of the net and Nate Condon was able to redirect the bounce off the back-wall and in to the net. The Gophers would continue putting pressure on the SCSU defense, but to no avail as the Huskies hung on and won 4-3 to split the series.
With the split, the Huskies were able to hold on to their five-point lead over Minnesota, and a three-point cushion for the WCHA lead. SCSU is off this weekend before heading to Colorado Springs to take on Colorado College at World Arena Feb. 22-23. And since both St. Cloud and second place North Dakota have a bye week, SCSU is guaranteed to remain in first place until they hit the ice again. The Huskies remained in 8th place in the USCHO poll this week. Until the next puck drop, you can keep updated by following us on Twitter.
02/11/2013 - 12:00 PM
The State Cloud State women’s hockey team hosted the University of Wisconsin over the weekend. State Cloud State is in search for points in the WHCA as they currently sit in last place. On Friday afternoon the Badgers got on the board first, netting a goal midway through the opening period on the power play. Shortly after, Wisconsin got on the board again, this time on a shot from the blue line, giving the Badgers a 2-0 edge. Wisconsin added another goal near the end of the opening period and skated into the first intermission with a 3-0 lead. The rest of the contest would be more of the same as the Badgers scored three more times to defeat the Huskies 6-0. SCSU Sophomore net minder Julie Friend faced 41 shots and turning away 35. Sophomore defender Audrey Hanmer blasted 10 total shots on net for the Huskies but unable to get one past Wisconsin goaltender, Alex Rigsby. The win will keep Wisconsin in contention for the number two spot in the WHCA behind Minnesota and the University of Minnesota-Duluth. The Huskies were shut out for the second consecutive game and have not scored in the past seven periods. The last time the Huskies scored a goal was the second period against UND on January 25th, 2013.
In game two, the Huskies scored the game’s first goal, snapping the seven period scoreless stretch. Senior, Alex Nelson notched her ninth of the season. Haylea Schmid and Michelle Burke added the assists on the goal around the three-minute mark in period one. SCSU held onto the lead until the 12:30 mark in the opening period. Wisconsin tied the game at 1-1 on a power play as Karley Sylvester found the net for the ninth time of the season. The teams would enter the first intermission knotted at one. The Huskies fell into trouble by causing trouble on the ice. The Huskies were penalized a total of seven times in the game giving Wisconsin six power play chances. The Badgers used those to their advantage scoring on three of them en route to a 5-1 defeat of the Huskies at the NHEC. With the weekend sweep, the Badgers remain in contention for the number spot in the WHCA. The loss keeps the Huskies in the WHCA basement with only 13 points. SCSU will be back in action this weekend for the final road trip of the regular season as they travel to Mankato to face Minnesota State.
02/06/2013 - 12:15 PM
The #8 ranked SCSU men’s hockey team will host the #1 University of Minnesota this weekend for the last time in conference play. The Gophers are coming off a bye weekend while the Huskies will look to keep the ball rolling after a sweep in Bemidji. SCSU Co-Captain Drew LeBlanc earned WCHA recognition for his two assists and goal in the weekend sweep. LeBlanc leads the nation in assists with 30 on the season and is the WCHA Offensive Player of the Week. This marks the third week in a row that one of the Huskies have had a WCHA honor. SCSU freshmen continue to shine as well; Jonny Brodzinski notched his 13th goal of the season on Saturday to extend his win point streak to 13 games. Goaltender Ryan Faragher was also outstanding on the weekend stopping 45 of 46 shots.
The Huskies have not lost a WCHA game since December 7th and currently sit in the top spot in the conference with 29 points. The Gophers are five points behind in a tie for third place and have two games in hand.
The games mark the last time the teams will meet in regular season conference play before parting ways to join new conferences next season. Listen to all the action on the KVSC Sports Stream. Coverage begins on Friday at 7:00 and Saturday at 6:45. Follow us on Twitter for the latest in SCSU hockey new or like us on Facebook.
02/06/2013 - 12:15 PM
The KVSC Sports Department is proud to present an entire weekend of SCSU athletic action coverage featuring six events in a span of four days in two states. Due to the annual Trivia festivities all the events will be on the KVSC Sports Stream. You can listen to the Sports Stream by clicking here, or anywhere else on our website that says Sports Stream. Due to Trivia this weekend Sideline Reporters and Husky Sports Friday will not air on 88.1 FM but can be heard on the Sports Stream.
This weekend’s events that can be heard on the Sports Stream:
- Wrestling v Northern State University; coverage begins at 6:45 p.m.
- Women's hockey v Wisconsin; coverage begins at 1:30 p.m.
- Stay tuned after the game for Sideline Reporters and Husky Sports Friday
- Men's hockey v Minnesota; live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m.
- Women's hockey v Wisconsin; coverage beings at 1:30 p.m.
- Stay tuned after the game for a replay of Sideline Reporters and Husky Sports Friday
- Men's hockey v Minnesota; live coverage begins at 6:30
- Wrestling @ Upper Iowa; coverage begins at 1:45 p.m.
You can also like us on Facebook or follow us on one of our Twitter accounts all weekend to keep up with our coverage. We’ll have in game quotes and live updates for the hockey games on our KVSC Hockey Twitter.
02/06/2013 - 11:30 AM
The undefeated St. Cloud State University wrestling squad will be in action on Thursday evening in Halenbeck Hall. The Huskies play host to the Northern State Wolves at 7 p.m. Tune in on the Sports Stream as the top-ranked team in Division 2 wrestling takes on another NSIC opponent. On Sunday the team will travel to Fayette, Iowa for another NSIC dual. The dual begins at 2 p.m.
The SCSU owns a perfect 18-0 overall record and is 5-0 in NSIC play. Both upcoming duals can be heard on the KVSC Sports Stream, coverage begins fifteen minutes prior to the start of competition.
02/06/2013 - 11:00 AM
This weekend the SCSU ladies hockey team will be back in action after enjoying a weekend off. The women will host the University of Wisconsin at the National Hockey and Events Center on Friday and Saturday at 2:07 p.m. The Huskies currently sit at the bottom of the WCHA and look to gain more points before the end of the regular season. Saturday’s game will be a part of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, a partnership between SCSU Athletics and St. Cloud area Girl Scouts and features activities before, during and after the women’s hockey game.
The KVSC Sports Department will provide coverage of both games on the Sports Stream. Tune in at 1:30 p.m. each afternoon for The Jeff Giesen Show, an in-depth look at SCSU women’s hockey. The puck will drop at 2:07 on Friday and Saturday.
02/04/2013 - 1:00 AM
The St Cloud State Men's hockey team gained some breathing room in the WCHA standings over the weekend by sweeping the two game series versus the Bemidji State Beavers. The Huskies entered the weekend series leading the WCHA by one point over the University of Nebraska-Omaha and the University of Minnesota.
Friday night the Huskies got to the Beavers midway through the opening period on a goal by Nic Dowd who stole a pass and raced deep into the Beaver zone for an unassisted goal. It was the 12th goal of the season, the Huskies have now won in every game that he notched a goal in. About 90 seconds after the Dowd goal, Brooks Bertsch netted his second of the season to give the Huskies a 2-0 lead. The quick goals by the Huskies caused BSU head coach Tom Serratore to pull his starting goaltender, Andrew Walsh. Walsh was replaced by Mathieu Dugas the first shot Dugas saw came off the stick on senior forward Ben Hanowski, beating Dugas to and netting his 12th goal on the season, just 49 seconds after the Bertsch goal. The Huskies were then up 3-0 on a trio of goals that were scored in a span of 2:22. Dugas then settled in and Bemidji played strong throughout the rest of the contest.
The Huskies had a tough time breaking through the Beavers trap playing style but the damage had been done. Ryan Faragher stood tall in net for the Huskies and also received top-notch help from the defensemen. Nick Jensen and Andrew Prochno stood out among defensemen in the game. Prochno swatted a would be goal, out of the air and helped preserve the Huskies shutout in the third period while Faragher was out of the crease. St Cloud State would add an empty net goal in the final three minutes of the game for their fourth goal on the night. The goal was scored by freshman Jonny Brodzinski extending his scoring streak to 12 games.
Ryan Faragher earned his third shutout on the season in the 4-0 win. An interesting fact from the victory: of the four goals scored, three marked the 12th goal of the season for Nic Dowd (12), Ben Hanowski (12) and Jonny Brodzinski (12).
The Huskies knew Saturday would be no walk in the park. When Coach Bob Motzko was asked during pregame if the pressure was starting to mount against his Huskies he stated, "We are taking things a game at a time, it's nice to be on top but we have bigger plans for ourselves this season. We can't worry about what other teams are doing; we can only control what we do. I feel that social media, the fans and parents are maybe making this a bigger deal that it really is." While coach Motzko tried to deflect attention away from his squad, the Huskies continue to rack up the points in the WCHA. The Huskies had not suffered a WCHA loss in eight games going into Saturday's showdown.
The Huskies and Beavers played a back and forth opening period before the SCSU’s Kalle Kossila would break through with his team leading his 13th goal of the season to put the Huskies up 1-0. Kossila's goal came at the 13:54 mark in the opening period on a beautiful pass from the point off Nick Jensen’s stick. It was Jensen' 18th assist on the season, Cory Thorson also had a hand in the play. BSU would tie the game at 1-1 in the final minute of the opening period on a goal by defensemen Brady Wacker.
St. Cloud State took the lead back early in the second period on a goal by Jonny Brodzinski, his 13th on the season, extending his scoring streak to 13 games. Late in the period while on the power play, David Morley cleaned up a loose puck on the right side of netminder Mathieu Dugas for his ninth goal on the season. Kalle Kossila and Drew LeBlanc were credited with the assists. It was LeBlanc’s nation leading 30th assist on the season.
Drew LeBlanc would get things going for the Huskies to start the third period adding an unassisted goal just 12 seconds after the puck dropped. That would take the wind out of the sails of BSU and Sanford Center. St Cloud State won the contest 4-1 extending their WCHA unbeaten streak to nine games. The Huskies also remain undefeated at the Sanford Center.
On Saturday night UNO had fell to Michigan Tech, giving St Cloud State a three point advantage in the WCHA. The Huskies now have 29 points in the conference, the most since they notched 35 points in the 2009 - 2010 season. That year, the Huskies finished third in the WCHA. The Huskies has also moved up in three different polls this week. SCSU is ranked 8th in USCHO polls, up from 12th last week. They are also 8th in PairWise and have snuck into the tenth spot in the USA today poll.
The Huskies will be back home this weekend to welcome the University of Minnesota to the NHEC for the last time in conference play. In the last 10 games with the Golden Gophers the Huskies are 4-6. SCSU is 3-1-1 in the last five meetings at the NHEC versus Minnesota. Due to Trivia the KVSC Sports Department will broadcast the weekend series on our Sports Stream. Follow along with the action on our Twitter and Facebook pages all week long up to the minute coverage.Page [ << 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 >> ]
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