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Both Somers and Ward Melville stated their case during the regular season.

That’s when the Tuskers beat John Jay for the first time since 2003 and the Patriots, who earlier in the season knocked Yorktown from the unbeaten ranks, did the same to West Islip on May 4.

Now, Somers is preparing to meet John Jay again and Ward Melville is set to square off one more time against West Islip.

Only now, the stakes are much higher.

I’ll be on hand at White Plains for the Section1 finals and Chris Kieser will be reporting from Stony Brook University, the site of the Section 11 finals.

Be sure to check back for updates.

Here’s the lineup of games:

Section 1 finals

at White Plains High School

Class C

Putnam Valley 10, Rye 7

Prediction: Putnam Valley 9, Rye 8

Class A

Yorktown 11, Lakeland/Panas 10 (OT)

Prediction: Yorktown 12, Lakeland/Panas 6

Class B

Somers 14, John Jay 9

Prediction: John Jay 8, Somers 7

Section 11 (Suffolk) finals

at Stony Brook University

Class A

West Islip 9, Ward Melville 5

Prediction: West Islip 10, Ward Melville 6

Class B

Sayville 11, Smithtown West 9

Prediction: Sayville 7, Smithtown West 5

Class C

Mount Sinai 11, Glenn 8

Prediction: Mount Sinai 5, Glenn 4

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151 Responses to “Championship Week: Section 1, Suffolk finals”

  1. Joe Lombardi says:

    Hey gang –

    In case you missed it, here’s the link from the main body of this post to the NYS tournament bracket:

  2. lax says:

    where are the all sectionns??

  3. Joe Lombardi says:

    Though the all-section team was selected Monday night, in years past, it has taken a few days for the coaches to then input the names and type them all up. I checked on the status earlier this week and that process had not yet started, so I can’t give a definitive date. All I can tell you is when I have them, you’ll have them.

  4. LI Lax says:


    WM 7, WI 6
    Smithtown West 12, Sayville 9
    Mt. Sinai 13, Glenn 6

    Section 1
    Town by 2
    JJ by 1
    Rye by 2

  5. Ryan Rabidou says:

    Hey guys, just wanted to update everyone that the FCIAC highlight video and interviews are featured on homepage.

  6. Jay-Jay says:

    For JJ, let’s strive for five, boys! Your hard work all year is going to pay off tonight! Best of luck!

  7. Unbiased opinion says:

    Yorktown by 5
    JJ by at least 7
    Rye runs house on PV

  8. syracuse says:

    I gotta wonder just how unbiased any opinion is when someone picks John Jay to win an evenly matched game, for all intents and purposes, by 7 goals. If Jay does as you say, then Nisky better watch out.

  9. LI Lax says:

    Heading out to the Suffolk games now, good luck to all the teams playing today

  10. Joe Lombardi says:

    We’re here at White Plains where Billy Reis scored in the opening minute to give Put Valley a 1-0 lead.

  11. Joe Lombardi says:

    Dillon Chestnut scores unassisted with 6:32 remaining to give the Tigers a 2-0 lead.

  12. Joe Lombardi says:

    Rob Santangelo scores off a feed from Cole McCormack to pull Rye within 2-1.

  13. Joe Lombardi says:

    Andrew Wood scores unassisted with just over three minutes left in the first and Rye ties it at 2-2.

  14. Re-LAX-N says:

    Jo nice job this year.

    My pedictions:

    Class A

    Town 14 Lakeland 8

    Class B

    Somers 10 John Jay 9 in (ot)

    Class C

    Rye 9 Put Valley 6

    And in Suffolk County

    West Islip 12 Ward Melville 7

  15. Joe Lombardi says:

    It’s tied 2-2 after one.

  16. Re-LAX-N says:

    Also Joe,

    I may have missed it. Where will next weeks, games be played?


  17. Joe Lombardi says:

    Matt Foristel scores from Neil Davis 1:24 into the period and Rye takes its first lead. It’s 3-2.

  18. Joe Lombardi says:

    Ryan Fitzgerald ties it at 3-3 for Put Valley.

  19. Joe Lombardi says:

    Foristel scores from Davis with just over seven minutes left in the second period. Rye leads 4-3.

  20. Joe Lombardi says:

    Chesnut ties it up at 4-4 with 3:40 left in the second quarter.

  21. Joe Lombardi says:

    So far Donald Keough of Rye has held PV’s Jimmy van de Veerdonk scoreless.

  22. Joe Lombardi says:

    It’s tied 4-4 at the half.

  23. Joe Lombardi says:

    We’re under way in the third and Kyle Calabro scores quickly to give PV a 5-4 lead.

  24. Joe Lombardi says:

    From the Suffolk Class C final, Mount Sinai leads Glenn 8-6 at the half.

  25. Doid23 says:

    I think that the Rye-PV game will be tight (obviously since it’s tied at the half), but that Rye will pull it out by 2. 10-8 Rye

    Jay-Somers will be a one goal game, unfortunately my gut tells me that Somers will pull this out, Longo will be the difference. 10-9 Somers

    Town will win by 5-6 over L/P, too much firepower. 14-8

  26. Joe Lombardi says:

    Chesnut scores his third. PV leads 6-4.

  27. Joe Lombardi says:

    Special thanks to Chris Kieser, who is reporting for us from Stony Brook on the Suffolk finals.

  28. Joe Lombardi says:

    Ryan Fitzgerald’s second goal of the game gives PV an 8-4 lead as the Tigers are pulling away. We’ve now completed three quarters.

  29. Joe Lombardi says:

    Billy Reis of PV was called for an illegal stick penalty. It’s a three-minute unreleasable penalty. Golden opportunity for Rye.

  30. Joe Lombardi says:

    Jack O’Callaghan scores to pull Rye within 8-5.

  31. Joe Lombardi says:

    ‘Callaghan scores again. It’s 8-6.

  32. Joe Lombardi says:

    From Chris at Stony Brook: Mount Sinai leads Glenn 11-8 after three.

  33. Joe Lombardi says:

    Chesnut scores his fourth of the game and 100th of his career to give PV a 9-6 lead with three minutes remaining.

  34. Joe Lombardi says:

    Chesnut scores his fifth. PV leads 10-6. PV fans can get those cowbells.

  35. Joe Lombardi says:

    Cole McCormack scores for Rye with two minutes left in the fourth. It’s 10-7 PV.

  36. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final; Putnam Valley 10, Rye 7

    Put Valley wins its first sectional title since 2004.

    Dillon Chesnut scores five goals, including the 100th of his career.

    The Tigers will play the Section 2/Section 9 winner Tuesday in the state quarterfinals.

  37. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final: Mount Sinai 11, Glenn 8

    Mount Sinai wins the Suffolk Class C title and will play Nassau champ Manhasset on Tuesday back at Stony Brook for the Long Island title.

  38. Joe Lombardi says:

    We’re about to start Yorktown vs. Lakeland/Panas for the Section 1 Class A title.

  39. Joe Lombardi says:

    John Fitzpatrick scores unassisted to give LP a 1-0 lead.

  40. Joe Lombardi says:

    Shawn Honovich cashes in off a Will Fallo feed. LP leads 2-0 just over three minutes into the game.

  41. Joe Lombardi says:

    Tom Casey gets Yorktown on the board.

  42. Joe Lombardi says:

    Fallo answers for LP off a Fallo feed. Rebels lead 3-1. We have four minutes left in the first quarter.

  43. Joe Lombardi says:

    Joey Porcelli answers with a big one for Ytown seconds before the end of the first quarter. LP leads 3-2 after one.

  44. Joe Lombardi says:

    Conor Prunty scores unassisted to give LP a 4-2 lead.

  45. Joe Lombardi says:

    Jack Doherty scores 3:17 into the second off a Prunty feed. LP has jumped out to a stunning 5-2 lead.

  46. Joe Lombardi says:

    Remy Lieberman scores off a feed from Ty Schuldt yo pull LP within 5-3 with five minutes left in the second quarter.

  47. Joe Lombardi says:

    From Chris Kieser at Stony Brook West Islip leads Ward Melville 3-2 after one. Hodgson has two goals.

  48. Joe Lombardi says:

    Casey from Lieberman. Yorktown now trails 5-4 with two minutes left in the second quarter.

  49. Joe Lombardi says:

    Fallo answers for LP with his second goal.

  50. Joe Lombardi says:

    LP has a surprising 6-4 lead at the half.

  51. Syracuse says:

    Ward Melville leads West Islip 4-3 in the second quarter.

  52. Joe Lombardi says:

    Conor Prunty and John Hittmann score back-to-back to start the third LP leads 8-4.

  53. Syracuse says:

    West Islip’s Galasso scores as time expires in first half, knotting game 4-4.

  54. Joe Lombardi says:

    We have a shocker developing, folks.

    Doherty scoreas his second and LP has built a stunning 9-4 lead with. Seven minutes left in the third.

  55. Joe Lombardi says:

    LP is shutting off Ranagan and KI and collapsing on them when they get the ball.

  56. Joe Lombardi says:

    Casey scores his third. LP leads 9-5 with five minutes left in the third.

  57. Doid23 says:


  58. Joe Lombardi says:

    Ranagan breaks the ice. Ytown trails 9-6 with four minutes left in the third.

  59. Syracuse says:

    Why shut off one when you can get two for the same price? Genius game plan by Lindsay, one that requires perfect execution. And so far it worked.

  60. Joe Lombardi says:

    Good sign for Ytown. KI now breaks the ice. Ytown trails 9-7 with one minute to go in the third.

  61. LAX says:

    9-7 after 3. This one should go down to the wire, unbelievable game.

  62. Syracuse says:

    Just to reiterate, it’s West Islip 4, Ward Melville 4 at the half.

  63. Syracuse says:

    Hodgson scores third. It’s 5-4

  64. Joe Lombardi says:

    Casey scores his fourth early in the fourth to pull Ytown within 9-8.

  65. Joe Lombardi says:

    A very entertaining matchup during the game has been 5-foot-1 Andrew Fazio of LP shutting off 6-4 John Ranagan of Yorktown.

  66. Syracuse says:

    Hodgson now has 4 goals and West Islip leads 6-4.

  67. Joe Lombardi says:

    In case ‘Cuse didn’t post this yet. From Chris Kieser at Suffolk Class A final: Nicky Galasso ties it just begore the half for WI. It’s 4-4 at the half.

  68. Joe Lombardi says:

    Lieberman scores his second from Porcelli with 5:05 left to tie it at 9-9.

  69. Syracuse says:

    Badalato … WI leads 7-4

  70. Joe Lombardi says:

    Shawn Honovich scores his third with just under four minutes to go and LP now leads 10-9.

  71. LAX says:

    KI scores!!! 10-10 under a minute

  72. Joe Lombardi says:

    KI ties it at 10-10 with 52 seconds left in regulation by pinning the lower right-hand corner.

  73. LAX says:

    Overtime. Wow. Just, Wow.

  74. Joe Lombardi says:

    The Section 1 Class A title will be decided in OT. Can LP deny Ytown a sectional title for just the third time in 30 years?

  75. LAX says:

    L/P controls f/o

  76. LAX says:

    …and timeout L-P

  77. LAX says:

    Turnover, Yorktown Ball

  78. Joe Lombardi says:

    Fennessy strips the ball away after LP wins the faceoff. Ytown ball.

  79. LAX says:

    Guess who scores?

  80. LAX says:

    Unbelievable comeback

  81. Joe Lombardi says:

    Ranagan scores unassisted 1:33 into OT.

    Final: Yorktown 11, Lakeland/Panas 10, OT

    Yorktown will play the Section 2/9 champion on Tuesday in the state quarterfinals at 5:30 either Albany or Middletown.

  82. Syracuse says:

    West Islip leads 7-4 with 7:42 to go in 4th

  83. Syracuse says:

    Seriously, congrats to coach Lindsay and every last member of Lakeland/Panas, their families, friends and pets … THAT was an inspired effort.

  84. Syracuse says:

    West Islip now leads 8-4 with 4:47 to play.

  85. Wow says:

    Hats off to L/P, just reading these updates gave me butterflies and got me very excited. I really wish i was there because that seems like one amazing game (just like ‘Cuse/Cornell?). What a game.

    Now I’m really looking forward to the Somers/JJ game. Lets go Tuskers!

  86. Syracuse says:

    Galasso scores. Mazzone answers. It’s 9-5 West Islip with 3:22 left.

  87. Syracuse says:

    West Islip wins 9-5.

    The Lions move on to Tuesday’s Long Island Championship/state quarterfinal against Hicksville of Section 8

  88. Syracuse says:

    West Islip scoring:

    Hodgson 5, Galasso 3, Sagl 1

  89. Syracuse says:

    Ward Melville scoring:

    Smith 2, Destefano 1, Ferraro 1, Mazzone 1

  90. Joe Lombardi says:

    Thanks to Chris Kieser for all the Suffolk updates and thanks to ‘Cuse for posting them.

    Chris will report on the Suffolk Class B final. I will have updates on the Somers-John Jay Class B final from here at Glenn Loucks Field at White Plains so keep it.right here.

  91. Syracuse says:

    Echoing Joe’s words … Chris has done an outstanding job for us today.

  92. Joe Lombardi says:

    A special touch tonight is the high-tech scoreboard. White Plains coach Mark Armogida went out to each team’s practice and get head shots of each player which were displayed with each goal. It’s been a great venue and well-run event here at White Plains.

  93. Syracuse says:

    The Section 11 Class B final between Smithtown West and Sayville will begin at approximately 8:30 p.m.

  94. Joe Lombardi says:

    Pfiffner wins opening face and feeds Greg Petre who scores seven seconds into the game.

  95. Joe Lombardi says:

    Mike Daniello scores on a wraparound 1:56 in for JJ. It’s tied 1-1.

  96. Joe Lombardi says:

    Drew Beck scores from Mike Lupinacci. JJ takes a 2-1 lead.

  97. Joe Lombardi says:

    JoJo Marasco ties it at 2-2 off a set play after a timeout. With 3:52 left in the first.

  98. Joe Lombardi says:

    Cole Partenza scores unassisted with 3:11 left in the first. Somers takes a 3-2 lead.

  99. Joe Lombardi says:

    Somers leads 3-2 after one.

  100. Joe Lombardi says:

    Mike Daniello scores his second on an overhand low minute into the second to tie it at 3-3.

  101. Joe Lombardi says:

    Narasco and Deiana score back to back. Somers leads 5-3. We’re just two minutes into the second quarter.

  102. Syracuse says:

    Smithtown West and Sayville are underway

  103. Syracuse says:

    Pannell scores 49 seconds in. It’s 1-0 Smith West

  104. Syracuse says:

    Pannell was shaken up on the play and hobbled off, but he’s back in the game now.

  105. Syracuse says:

    Mellynchuk and Boos back-to-back make it 2-1 Sayville midway through first.

  106. Joe Lombardi says:

    Colin Tullgren answers Daniello’s third goal. Spmers leads 6-4.

  107. Syracuse says:

    Smith West middie Patrick Shannon suffers injury with 4:06 left in first. Looks bad. A stretcher has been brought on the field.

  108. Syracuse says:

    Madarasz crank with 2:40 left makes it Smith West 2, Sayville 2

  109. Re-LAX-N says:

    One of the best Lacrosse games High School or College I have ever seen. WOW. I know that most of us who write in this blog have played in games just like todays, Yorktown Lakeland game. Coach Lindsey did a great job in game planning and his kids were up to task, however got to give the kids from Yorktown a lot of credit for staying in the game and finding a way to win. Again Wow and really my hat is off to bothe teams. Good luck Town Put Valley and Somers/JJ winner as the tournament moves forward.

  110. Syracuse says:

    Messina puts Sayville up 3-2 with 57 seconds left in first. Quarter now over.

  111. Joe Lombardi says:

    Beck scores to start the third. JJ now trails 7-5.

  112. Syracuse says:

    Perettine ties it for Smith West 37 seconds into second. It’s 3-3.

  113. Syracuse says:

    Matturro puts Smith West back up 4-3 with 8 minutes to go in half.

  114. just a fan says:

    Town-LP game was a dandy. I was on the edge of my seat the entire game. Great job by LP with a strong effort and great game plan. Town hung in and chipped away with KI and Ranagan scoring when they needed it. Casey with a great game. He kept Town in the game early. Fennesey continues to amaze me… Good luck in the next round.

  115. Joe Lombardi says:

    Partenza and.Marasco score back to back before Will Stewart answers. Somers leads 9-6 with seven minutes left in the third.

  116. Syracuse says:

    Boos ties it at 4-4 for Sayville with 6 left in half.

  117. Syracuse says:

    Meehan puts Sayville up 5-4. There’s 4:22 left in the half.

  118. Joe Lombardi says:

    Petre scores for Somers. Beck answers for JJ with his third from Daniello. Somers leads 10-7 with three minutes left in the fourth.

  119. Joe Lombardi says:

    Donohue gets his third and nearly his fourth before the end of the period. Somers leads 11-7 after three.

  120. Syracuse says:

    Madarasz scores two men up for Smith West to tie the score, but only temporarily as Sayville jumps back on top on goal by Meehan. It’s 6-5.

  121. Syracuse says:

    Sayville leads 6-5 at the half.

  122. Joe Lombardi says:

    Petre gets his third and Marasco his fourth. Somers has pulled away and now leads 13-7 we’re midway through the fourth.

  123. Joe Lombardi says:

    Tullgren gets his second. It’s 14-7.

  124. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final: Somers 14, John Jay 9

    Somers wins its sixth sectional title and first since 2006. Somers will play the Section 2/9 winner Tuesday in the state quarterfinals at Albany or Middletown.

  125. Syracuse says:

    Smith West’s Pannell ties game 6-6 2:04 into third. Boos puts Sayville back ahead 7-6 at 3:28.

  126. Indian J says:

    Jay did not seem ready. Something was missing. Congrats to Somers and good luck in the state tournament.

  127. Syracuse says:

    Schultz ties it for Smith West midway through the third. It’s 7-7 folks and may go right down to the wire.

  128. Syracuse says:

    Mellynchuk and Meehan score back to back to put Sayville up 9-7 late in the 3rd

  129. LAX says:

    Nice job Somers! Good season JJ. Somers was just too athletic, dominated faceoffs, Longo played excellent. Butt many expected this to be a rebuilding year and JJ still one of the best in the section, good season and bright future for Jay.

  130. BigBadBear says:

    great day at WP, wonderful venue, loved the pic’s of the kids..Fazio is now my second favorite high school lax player (kid still is #1) of all time, I do not believe I have ever seen a size mis-match like that in any sport, more than a foot and probably 100 lbs to…Coach Lindasy, what a great job, and the goalie was awesome..PV could have won their game easier in my view had they sharpened their shot selection, and come a bit quicker with the slide like the did in the second half…once Santagelo got hurt, he was not the same, that hurt Rye, hats off to him for gutting it out..JJ looked a bit confused in their zone, but they played with heart, loved the Daniello kid..

    And one final note, congrats to my Bears for winning the sportsmanship award~

  131. Syracuse says:

    Martinsen scores 45 seconds into 4th. It’s now 9-8 Sayville

  132. Syracuse says:

    Smith West ball, 8:06 left …

  133. LAX says:

    At least Cusie was originally right Somers with 14 goals. Daniello played excellent, 4 goals and 2 assists? Good to know he has another 2 years left

  134. Syracuse says:

    Keenan ties game at 9 with 7:14 to play.

  135. Syracuse says:

    Meehan puts Sayville back up, 10-9 with 5:30 left.

  136. Syracuse says:

    Mellynchuk scores again. It’s 11-9 Sayville with 2:54 to play.

  137. Syracuse says:

    Sayville defeats Smithtown West 11-9, advances to Long Island Championship/state quarterfinal on Tuesday against Section 8 champion Garden City.

  138. LacrosseInsider says:

    Congrats to Somers, they played a great game and were the better team tonight. How can anyone argue that Coach Lew is not the coach of the year after tonight?! He did a great job with that team. Good luck to all Section 1 teams that are moving on to games next week. Jay will be back next year, bigger and stronger!

  139. Sec 1 ZLax Fan says:

    JJ D let up some easy looks in first half and had no middie push during the game. O was driven by Daniello inverted. JoJo had some nice shots and Somers shot well as a team

  140. Jubilant Juniors says:

    Congratulations to Somers on their Section title !!! We will miss JoJo next season but our juniors ( Petre, Pfiffner, Deiana, Tullgren, Partenza, Longo, Bello, Smith, DePaolis, Madigan and Sullivan) will be back next year, bigger and stronger !!!!!

  141. slacrosse says:

    Congrats to PV with a great win today. You were definitely the better team today.

    Good luck in the states and to the seniors who understandably must have taken extra joy out of this as they can at least record a Section 1 Class C Title as they finish their careers.

  142. slacrosse says:

    I know it must be tough right now but congratulations Rye on finishing up a very good season with numbers of good wins including over the Class B champs and the finalist in the Class A championships.

    Hold your heads high seniors as you finished your high school careers winning the Class C Championship during your soph and junior years and played critical roles in taking Rye to the Dome this year and last yr winning the State football championship. Other seniors were key players in other great Rye sports teams.

    Good luck to all you guys as you move on to college and PG years and in continuing to play lacrosse.

    Congrats to the sophs and juniors. You made great progress this season and really contributed in major ways. Play hard and improve this summer and good luck next season.

  143. slacrosse says:

    Great convincing win today Somers and best of luck going forward in the states. Good job by the goalie and as well to see balanced scoring from guys other then Jo.

    Congrats to all the Jay seniors on great careers and good luck in the future.

  144. slacrosse says:

    It’s obvious that Daniello is a special player. I believe that he and Jack O’Callaghan (Rye) lead the elite attack and middies in next season’s Junior class.

  145. franklyscarlett says:

    Good luck to all the Sec. 1 teams moving on. A class game sounds like it was a good one.

  146. Joe Lombardi says:

    slacrosse –

    It was great meeting you yesterday. I agree about Daniello of course. I projected he would be a major D-I player before he even played a varsity game — which I suppose was going out on a limb. I think there’s little doubt it will happen now, especially with the scores of college coaches in attendance yesterday.

  147. The Color Purple says:

    For those of you that critisized coach Lew, and the name ” RED RAGE”, his supposed lack of scouting, and you think he is all about himself. One word for you IGNORANT. He took over a program that all though has talent and athletes was in turmoil. Kids no longer wanted to play, and others had all ready left. Lew, and Brian came in and gave them something to believe in, assured them they would be successful again.Getting Lombardo, Deiana, and others back was huge in both depth, and Moral. Lew lets kids know they are truly a TEAM, and they have a family stick together through thick and thin attitude. He is truly one of the best motivators in Section 1 in any sport. Then , in getting everyone involved in the offense, and using athleticism in running multiple defenses, culminated in a Championship Last night. Lew , Brian, and all Tusker Nation stick out your chest and walk proud. Because the Indians had NO answer.
    John Jay was out hustled and out coached last night. Congrats to Lake/Panas you guys left it on the field. And to PV, and Town lets keep it rolling.

  148. re:lax says:


    Enjoy the moment. Congrats on the sectional title, but don’t get too far out there. Beating Jay is nice, but Jay has always been more talk than trophy in the states. The “rage” got beaten pretty handily by the Field, and I would expect it will get handled at least as badly from Nisky. Just sayin.

  149. max says:

    Lew inherited this program he did not build this. lets see how he does the next few years. It is like marr coming in his first year and winning states. A sign of a good coach is developing kids and winning year in and year out

  150. Iceman says:

    I’d like to add a two observations that I felt were game changers during the class A title game yesterday. Both involve grossly incompetant game calls.

    Scenario 1: A yorktown defenseman was playing the attackman with the ball in the corner of the field closest to Lakeland’s bench. He was applying alot of pressure (which is fine) however he inadvertantly brought his stick up the attackman’s chest, got hooked under the players chin, and wound up lifting the players Pro 7 helmet almost off his head.
    Blown call: No flag
    Result: Instead of an L/P possession, yorktown gets the ball

    Scenario 2: Lakeland is man up and Rebel attack #6 makes a skip pass which [b]is deflected [/b]off of a yorktown (#18 I believe) long pole’s shaft. There is a ref on the side where the pass came from and a ref on the side where the deflected pass went out of bounds.
    Blown Call: Neither sees the ball make contact with the defenseman’s shaft and incorrectly award yorktown the ball.
    Result: Instead of L/P being man up – Town gets the ball, Lieberman scores

    Take a look here, varsitycentral on-demand:

    time 1:31

  151. 10598 says:

    Iceman….It hurts to loose, but every game has their questionable calls. Town has had more than their share in the past. The Umps seemed fair at the section 1 final, no big grumbles about that. Be a sport and Move On already.

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