Hobart and William Smith Colleges



The Hobart College soccer team will hold its annual alumni weekend, Sept. 30-Oct. 1. The current Statesmen host Skidmore on Friday at 4 p.m., and then take on Rensselaer on Saturday at 2 p.m.


CORTLAND, N.Y.-The 12th-ranked William Smith College field hockey team was edged 2-1 by Cortland in non-conference action at Stadium White this afternoon.


ELMIRA, N.Y.—The Hobart College golf team finished fifth in the Elmira Fall Invitational at Elmira Country Club this afternoon.


The William Smith College field hockey team enters the middle portion of its season as the 12th-ranked team in the country according to the Penn Monto/NFHCA Division III Coaches Poll released this afternoon. The Herons, who are 6-2, will travel to Cortland, N.Y., tomorrow before hosting Vassar on Saturday afternoon on McCooey Field.


The William Smith College soccer team moved up one spot to No. 1 in the nation in the NSCAA poll this week. The Herons remained at No. 1 in the D3soccer.com poll for the third week in a row.


Hobart College senior Sean Cunningham was named the Liberty League Football Special Teams Performer of the Week by the conference office this afternoon. Juniors Brandon Shed and Tom D'Antonio earned a spot on the league's weekly honor roll.


William Smith College junior Hannah Wood was named the Liberty League's Field HockeyOffensive Performer of the Week by the conference office this afternoon. This is the second time this season that Wood has received the award.


Two members of the Hobart College soccer team were honored by the Liberty League this week. First-year Nate Cary was tabbed the Offensive Performer of the Week, and sophomore goalie Alec Kaminer was named the Defensive Performer of the Week.  


William Smith College junior midfielder Lauren Kogelmann was named the Liberty League's Women's Soccer Defensive Performer of the Week.


The Hobart and William Smith Colleges sailing team finished in first place out of 15 teams at the North Fall Qualifier on Seneca Lake his past weekend. The Colleges also competed in the MAISA Laser Elimination Regatta and the Faye Bennet Trophy in Annapolis, Md.


Auburn Doubledays

Doubledays General Manager Mike Voutsinas has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Robert Stedler New York-Penn League Executive of the Year Award. Voutsinas was also named the co-winner of the league's Hon. Robert F. Julian Community & Baseball Service Award.
The Washington Nationals and Auburn Doubledays have announced that the teams have extended their Player Development Contract for an additional two years. Auburn will remain part of the Washington system through the 2018 season.
The Auburn Doubledays have announced that a total of 52,811 fans attended 37 home games at Falcon Park this season, an average of 1,427 per game. Average attendance is up 23% since 2013.
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce recently presented its 2016 Small Business of the Year Award to the Auburn Doubledays Baseball Club during a ceremony at the Chamber's Annual Membership BBQ event held at Knapp Vineyard Winery and Restaurant.
Minor League Baseball has announced that the average cost for a family of four to enjoy a Minor League Baseball game this season is only $64.97; a price that includes parking, two adult tickets, two child tickets, four hot dogs, two sodas and two beers. The cost for a family of four to buy those same items at an Auburn Doubledays home game at Falcon Park is only $50.00, 23% lower than the Minor League average.


NY Yankees

On the evening that the Yankees' playoff hopes met their end, CC Sabathia completed his season on a strong note, striking out eight over 7 1/3 efficient frames in a 5-1 victory to complete a three-game sweep of the Red Sox on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees recognized that their chances of reaching the postseason had faded, most recently following a four-game sweep at Fenway Park and then certainly when they lost three of four games to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre this past weekend.
From Central Park to Washington Square to Times Square, the Baby Bombers distributed caps to Yankees fans young and old.
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The Yankees granted CC Sabathia's request to head back to the mound for one more out as the eighth inning began on Thursday, and once he returned to the dugout with his season's workload complete, pitching coach Larry Rothschild was waiting with a morsel of good news.
The Orioles' win in Toronto on Thursday night officially eliminated the Yankees (and Astros) from postseason contention, but there will still be plenty on the line for Baltimore in the Bronx in the final weekend of the regular season.
Voting is underway through Nov. 11 at MLB.com/awards to help decide who wins Best Rookie regardless of league affiliation, and all five of your candidates are currently playing key roles in pennant races: Tigers right-hander Michael Fulmer, Indians center fielder Tyler Naquin, Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez, Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager and Nationals center fielder Trea Turner.
There are no second thoughts for Mark Teixeira as he rides out the final regular-season homestand of his career. When the Yankees' season ends after Sunday's game No. 162, he will be at peace, knowing that the aches have become too much to manage for another year.
Who do the Yankees have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Masahiro Tanaka completed a bullpen session on Thursday without incident and said that he "absolutely" would be ready to make one final start this regular season, tentatively lined up for Saturday against the Orioles.
The Yankees put the heat of their long-standing rivalry with the Red Sox aside for a few minutes on Thursday night with a thoughtful ceremony to honor David Ortiz, who was playing his 117th and final game in the Bronx.
Mark Teixeira was the one mobbed by his teammates at home plate, hitting a walk-off grand slam off Joe Kelly in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Yankees to a 5-3 victory, but the Red Sox still clinched the American League East title on Wednesday evening at Yankee Stadium.
The ball rocketed through the mist toward right field, and as Mark Teixeira tracked its flight, he spread his arms wide to embrace a memory that he will savor for the rest of his life. If this turns out to be his last trip around the bases, a walk-off grand slam to beat the Red Sox will do just fine.
Some of the most recognizable names in Yankees history took their positions in the middle of the diamond, but for all of that talent, Starlin Castro and Didi Gregorius have accomplished something that the likes of Derek Jeter, Willie Randolph, Tony Lazzeri and Phil Rizzuto never did.
A dominant force for most of his 19-year career, the Yankees' Mariano Rivera holds the all-time record for games saved in the regular season and postseason.
Ring and a miss? Yankee fan's proposal rally
Tyler Austin's late home run delayed a potential Red Sox celebration while keeping his club alive in the playoff chase for at least one more evening, as the rookie's two-run shot lifted the Yankees to a 6-4 victory on Tuesday at Yankee Stadium.
Gary Sanchez's remarkable march through the history books continued in the Yankees' 6-4 win over the Red Sox on Tuesday, as the rookie launched his 20th home run in his 51st career game to equal an 86-year-old Major League record.
Gary Sanchez aside, it hasn't been easy going for the other Baby Bombers since their August debuts, but in the Yankees' series opener against the Red Sox at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday, Tyler Austin came through.
In a game marred by two early benches-clearing incidents, the Yankees scored five runs in the ninth inning -- three coming on homers by Mark Teixeira and Aaron Hicks -- and defeated the Blue Jays, 7-5, on Monday night at Rogers Centre to win the finale of the four-game series.
If Monday's game at Rogers Centre was Mark Teixeira's final road contest, it certainly was one for the memory books.
A trio of hit-by-pitches led to the Blue Jays and Yankees clearing their benches twice early in Monday's 7-5 Yankees win at Rogers Centre.
David Ortiz wrote a letter to Yankees fans
The Blue Jays bolstered their own pursuit of a postseason spot, while dealing the Yankees another blow in their hunt for an American League Wild Card berth, in a walk-off 4-3 win on Sunday at Rogers Centre.
Even when things look like they're about to go right for the Yankees, they haven't been ending that way.
Yogi Berra was as beloved in Montclair, N.J., as he was in the Bronx. Berra and his wife, Carmen Berra, moved their family to the hilly suburb in 1959, eight World Series titles and three Most Valuable Player Awards already under his belt. Berra spent nearly the next six decades there, raising his family, mentoring kids at summer camp and greeting trick-or-treaters at the door on Halloween.
With the Yankees looking to improve their standing in the American League Wild Card race, CC Sabathia gave his club everything it could ask for, and more, throwing seven sparkling innings of four-hit shutout ball to keep a sold-out Rogers Centre crowd as quiet as possible in the Yankees' 3-0 loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday.
The Blue Jays widened their lead for the top spot in the American League Wild Card race as Jose Bautista's three-run home run in the eighth inning broke a scoreles tie in Toronto's 3-0 win over the Yankees on Saturday at Rogers Centre.
Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter returned to the field at the Al Oerter Recreation Center in Queens on Saturday morning to the utter delight of 100 children from all five boroughs of New York.
The Yankees have been one of the Cinderella stories in the season's second half, but a costly September slide has been headlined by a scuffling offense, which struggled again on Friday evening at Rogers Centre.
After Francisco Liriano's six shutout innings preserved a narrow lead, the Blue Jays' previously struggling offense erupted for four runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth en route to a 9-0 win over the Yankees on Friday night at Rogers Centre.
The Yanks had a few laughs as newcomers like Gary Sanchez, Tyler Austin and Luis Cessa curiously eyed the onesies they would be wearing through Canadian customs. Thursday's 2-0 loss to the Rays removed some of the fun, but a loose attitude can only help in the face of what manager Joe Girardi called "the biggest series of the year."
Blake Snell hurled five effective innings and Corey Dickerson homered, helping the Rays put another dent in the Yankees' postseason hopes with a 2-0 victory on Thursday night at Tropicana Field. Brad Miller drove in the game's first run to help Tampa Bay take the finale of this three-game series with New York, which opened the day 2 1/2 games back -- with four teams to jump -- in the chase for the second American League Wild Card spot.
The Yankees completed a Minor League deal on Thursday, trading veteran left-hander Phil Coke to the Pirates for cash considerations.
Gary Sanchez continued a sensational and historic start to his Major League career on Wednesday, homering twice and driving in five runs to lead the Yankees to an 11-5 victory over the Rays at Tropicana Field.
The Yankees limped out of Fenway Park late Sunday night, stunned in four games by the streaking Red Sox, and with three of their key players hurt.


NY Mets

Regardless of how the Mets handle Noah Syndergaard and Bartolo Colon -- and there's plenty of potential shuffling still to come -- they will proceed into October with two unheralded rookies in their rotation. It's not an ideal scenario. But considering how well Seth Lugo and Robert Gsellman have pitched, it's no longer something the Mets fear.
A low-average, high-power player for most of his career, Curtis Granderson has pushed that skill set to an extreme this year, batting .233 with 30 homers in 147 games. But the Mets will take it, particularly considering Granderson's recent hot streak at the plate. Granderson's growing footprint also cannot hurt his chase for the individual accolade he covets most: the Roberto Clemente Award, Major League Baseball's highest off-field honor.
Days shy of October, Mets manager Terry Collins' head is swimming with the possibilities of postseason play. There are tiebreakers to consider, play-in games and National League Wild Card scenarios running every which way. There are thoughts of pitchers on short and extra rest, tune-up starts and must-win games. There are planes, trains and buses, ready to whisk the Mets in umpteen different directions.
Asdrubal Cabrera has been an unlikely driving force behind the Mets' offense, and it's not an accident. Much like Daniel Murphy before him, Cabrera has made real changes to his stance that have allowed him to reach his true potential.
For all the numbers of notoriety in the increasingly data-driven sport of baseball, the one still paramount in the 162-game schedule is winning percentage. But what happens when even that supreme stat can't decide things?
Whenever Jeurys Familia notches a new saves milestone, Mets manager Terry Collins likes to tell the story of his ascension to the closer's role. Collins tells the tale as if it happened decades ago. In reality, it has been 17 months.
A single series is all that remains between the Mets and their second straight postseason, despite the myriad of postseason possibilities that still exist for them.
Heading into their final regular-season series in Philadelphia, the Mets are considering multiple rotation machinations with postseason implications.
Because they happened to be in Miami the day after Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez died in a boating accident, the Mets became intertwined with much of the week's sadness. They were the opponents for the Marlins' first game after Fernandez's death, taking part in a pregame ceremony and watching Dee Gordon's emotional home run.
Who do the Mets have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.

SU Athletics



No. 3 Syracuse faces another top five opponent when it hosts No. 4 North Carolina at the SU Soccer Stadium on Friday, Sept. 29. Match time for the ACC contest is set for 7 p.m. Admission is free.




Former Syracuse linebacker Doug Pina will be inducted into the Bristol (Conn.) Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony on Friday, Nov. 18 from 6-10 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel in Bristol.


Two-time Super Bowl champion coach and 1968 Syracuse University graduate Tom Coughlin will accompany the Orange captains to midfield Saturday for the opening coin toss when Syracuse squares off against Notre Dame in the 2016 New York's College Classic at MetLife Stadium.




SYRACUSE, N.Y. – With two games under their belt, the Orange volleyball team heads to Florida to continue ACC play at No. 15 Florida State and Miami. Syracuse meets the Seminoles first in a 7 p.m. Friday night game at Tully Gymnasium in Tallahassee, and then travels to Coral Gables for a 1 p.m. match against the Hurricanes at the James L. Knight Sports Complex on Sunday afternoon.


Orange Nation is invited to celebrate the start of the Syracuse Basketball season at Preferred Mutual Orange Madness 2016 on Friday, October 21 at the Carrier Dome. The event will feature an introduction to the 2016-17 men's and women's basketball teams, a celebration of the historic 2016 Final Four runs made by each team, intra-squad scrimmages, and selfie-stations with student-athletes and coaches following the basketball action. ESPN college basketball analyst Seth Greenberg and Voice of the Orange Matt Park will host the event.


SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Syracuse junior linebacker Zaire Franklin is joined by a different member of the Orange football team in the Cuse TV weekly feature, Z60. In the second episode, Franklin's guest is sophomore defensive back Kielan Whitner.


Senior tight end Cameron MacPherson was named a semifinalist for the 2016 William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football Foundation (NFF) and College Football Hall of Fame announced on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The trophy is annually presented to the top football scholar-athlete in the country.


Syracuse dropped one spot to No. 3 in this week's men's National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll. The Orange had their eight-match winning streak to start the season snapped at Notre Dame last weekend. The Fighting Irish moved up one spot to No. 2.


NY Giants

Odell Beckham Jr. has not scored a touchdown through the first three games of 2016 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Odell Beckham Jr. scored 25 touchdowns in his first 26 games. Last year, he scored in fiv...
Undrafted rookies Andrew Adams and Michael Hunter may make a big impact in Monday's game vs. the Vikings EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Andrew Adams and Michael Hunter bonded as soon as they joined the G...
Giants.com highlights five takeaways from the latest team practice and media hour: 1. ODELL: IT DOESN’T NEED TO BE A NAIL-BITER The Giants’ first three games have been decided by a total of six p...
Giants.com's Dan Salomone gives three keys to defeating the Vikings on Monday:  On the verge of his 100th regular-season win, Eli Manning was asked if some teams just have his number in the NFL....
Giants.com's Michael Eisen scouts the team's Week 4 opponent: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Giants will visit brand new U.S. Bank Stadium for the first time Monday when they face the defending NFC ...
Head Coach Ben McAdoo Alright, an exciting week for our team. Playing an undefeated team that has Super Bowl aspirations in Minnesota, on Monday Night Football, on their home turf. It all starts w...
The Giants running back unit discusses the outlook following Shane Vereen's injury:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The current tally in the Giants’ offensive backfield is that one player is out, one hop...
Here are the storylines to follow as the Giants prepare for the Vikings on Monday Night Football:  1. GIANTS BEGIN TOUGH OCTOBER STRETCH NEWS > Latest NFL Power Rankings > S...
Giants.com's Michael Eisen goes Inside the Numbers to recap the Giants' Week 3 game: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Miscellaneous notes and statistics as the Giants begin full-scale preparations today fo...
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Buffalo Bills

Inside linebacker Zach Brown was an unknown quantity to Bills fans, but his presence in the middle of Buffalo's defensive front has been invaluable.
OC Anthony Lynn addressed the media following practice topics included; his first game as Offensive Coordinator, sustaining drives, and the importance of the passing game.
DC Dennis Thurman addressed the media following practice topics included; the importance of sacks, preparing for both QB's that New England could play, and how well the linebackers have been playing.
HC Rex Ryan addressed the media following practice topics included; preparing for New England, an injury update for multiple players, and new Tackle Michael Ola.
Details on how to watch The John Murphy Show, presented by NOCO, on MSG starting Monday, October 3.
The Bills likely won't know who will be playing quarterback for New England until the weekend, but that's not their priority in preparing for the Patriots offense this week.
Bills' Insider Chris Brown sums up the news of the day including an update to the Quarterback situation in New England and an injury update from the practice field for the Bills.
QB Tyrod Taylor addressed the media following practice topics included; the passing game against the Patriots, running the ball as a QB, and another week with OC Anthony Lynn. .
RB LeSean McCoy addressed the media following practice topics included; the Patriots defense, showing different looks in the running game, and taking advantage of passing plays.
HC Rex Ryan addressed the media before practice topics included; who starts at Quarterback for the Patriots, stopping the Patriots run game, and an injury update.


Keuka College

Keuka College finished second as a team
Keuka College finished 7th in the Elmira College Fall Invitational
Keuka College defeated Cazenovia in straight sets
The Wolves lost at Elmira College 4-0 in Field Hockey
Keuka College lost to Utica College on Sunday
The Wolves lost to the Mustangs 4-2 on Saturday
The Wolves defeated the Mustangs 3-2 in Women's Soccer
The Wolves defeated Lancaster Bible but fell to Penn St.-Berks
Keuka College defeated Penn College on Friday night
The Wolves fell to the Lakers in Field Hockey on Wednesday

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

11 players knelt again during anthem, 7 stood; all chose not to talk about their protest
      
 
 
This 900-square-foot home in Irondequoit shows people want higher-end amenities. Video by Mary Chao.
      
 
 
Jill Burress of Henrietta discusses why comic conventions welcome everyone and teach important lessons.
      
 
 
SalSpeak: Bills reporter tells it like it is
      
 
 
Injuries and suspensions forced the assistant coach, 36, to return to the field.
      
 
 
Nate Richardson scored in overtime to lift Pittsford Sutherland to a 2-1 win over Brockport
      
 
 
Spencerport remained unbeaten with a 4-1 win over Greece Arcadia.
      
 
 
Amanda Dake’s 32 kills paced Victor to a 3-2 win over Gates Chili in girls volleyball.
      
 
 
The Pittsford Mendon senior was a 2015 All-Greater Rochester Field Hockey team member.
      
 
 
Red Raiders try to keep win streak against Webster Schroeder, clearly no pushover
      
 
 


Daily Messenger

The Victor boys soccer team defeated Gates-Chili on Thursday, which leads off our roundup of local high school sports.
A field of nine 2-year-old New York-breds are set to face off in the 54th renewal of the $219,613 New York Breeders’ Futurity at 1:10 p.m. Oct. 1 at Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack, 5857 state Route 96, Farmington.The richest stake of the season is slated as the seventh race of the eight-race card.Pat On the Back and Macho Miah are both entered in the six furlong dash. The two rivals were recently involved in a memorable battle to the wire in the $121,000 Aspirant [...]
Showdown for likely FL West championship takes place Friday night as we preview Week 5 for area teams
Cornish, Robinson help with big contributions for Roos in women's volleyball
The Bloomfield girls soccer team defeated Naples on Wednesday, which leads off our roundup of local high school sports.
Coach poses as reporter to ask Patriots receiver who will play quarterback for New England on Sunday
Seeing friends, taking in the views and the sense of accomplishment is what brings runners back for more
We've got numbers for a few of the area teams, along with league standings and Section V points that determine seeding spots for the playoffs.
The Canandaigua girls swimming team defeated Irondequoit on Tuesday, which leads off our roundup of local high school sports.
Team event hasn't been kind to the Americans as of late, but they're hoping to change that at Hazeltine


Finger Lakes Times

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Johnny Cueto pitched seven uneven innings for his 18th win and the San Francisco Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 7-2 on Thursday night, setting up a wild race to the finish for the NL wild card.
CHICAGO (AP) — If Jose Quintana pitched his final game in a Chicago White Sox uniform on Thursday night, then he went out in style.
SEATTLE (AP) — Struggling Mike Zunino delivered the go-ahead home run in the seventh inning and Seattle held on for a 3-2 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Thursday night, keeping the Mariners on the edge of the AL wild…
ST. LOUIS (AP) — In a season full of losses, the Cincinnati Reds found a new way to fall.
MONTREAL (AP) — The World Anti-Doping Agency has released its 2017 list of prohibited substances for athletes, adding a drug used for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and eating disorders to its catalog of banned stimulants.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Joc Pederson doubled twice and drove in three runs, and the NL West champion Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres 9-4 on Thursday night to avoid a three-game sweep.
ATLANTA (AP) — For a while Thursday night it looked like Philadelphia finally found some pitching. Then closer Jeanmar Gomez entered the game and the Phillies lost again, 5-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves.
BOSTON (AP) — David Ortiz has completed his retirement tour around the major leagues, collecting farewell tributes from the opponents who watched him dismantle yet another late-inning lead (or dugout telephone ).
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Backup quarterback Nic Shimonek threw for four touchdowns and 271 yards to lead Texas Texas past Kansas 55-19 Thursday night in each team's Big 12 opener.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Paulo Orlando entered this season as a spare outfielder with the Kansas City Royals. He's finishing it as a productive starter.


Auburn Citizen
TOKYO (AP) — Japan's government has approved a plan for a nearly 150 billion yen ($1.5 billion) contract with a joint venture to build a new main stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Canada's Brad Marchand celebrates his goal against Europe during the third period of Game 2 of the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
The Canadian team poses with the trophy following victory over Europe in the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP)
Canada forward Brad Marchand (63) celebrates with teammates Sidney Crosby (87) and Logan Couture (39) after scoring against Europe during the third period of Game 2 of the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016.…
Canada's Sidney Crosby hoists the trophy after Game 2 of the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. Canada defeated Europe 2-1 and took the championship 2-0. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP)
Canada's Brad Marchand (63) celebrates his goal against Europe during the third period of Game 2 of the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. Canada won the game 2-1 and took the title. (Frank…
Canada's Sidney Crosby (87) hoists the trophy in front of teammates following Canada's 2-1 victory over Europe in Game 2 of the final to win the World Cup of Hockey, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian…
Canada's Brad Marchand (63) celebrates with teammate Carey Price (31) after Game 2 of the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. Canada defeated Europe 2-1 in the game and took the championship. (Nathan Denette/The…
Canada's Brad Marchand (63) hoists the trophy following his team's victory over Europe in the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Europe goalie Jaroslav Halak (41) makes a save on Canada's Sidney Crosby (87) during the third period of Game 2 of the World Cup of Hockey finals, in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP)

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