Exciting Night of HS Football Playoff Action



Grayson 59, Woodstock 21

How the game was won: Host Grayson stormed to a 22-0 lead in the opening quarter and used a 64-yard touchdown run by Jamyest Williams to answer a Woodstock touchdown to make it 29-7. Elijah Barnes hauled in a 49-yard touchdown pass from Chase Brice a minute and a half later to grow the lead to 36-7 and Owen Pappoe returned an interception for a touchdown with 2:29 left in the second quarter to push the lead to 42-7. Grayson took its largest lead of the game (56-7) with 6:50 left in the third quarter with Kurt Taylor’s 37-yard touchdown catch.

Top performers: Grayson quarterback Chase Brice finished with 243 yards passing and four touchdowns.

Westlake 41, South Gwinnett 7

How the game was won: The Westlake Lions led the South Gwinnett Comets 34-7 by the end of the half. The Comets scored their only touchdown in the second quarter, where the Lions outscored them 27-7

Top performers: Westlake’s Tre Person returned a 75 yard kick off return for touchdown in the second quarter. Ravaughn Burch threw two touchdown passes, including one to Adrian Bryant for 23 yards, and one to Jaden Hunter from three yards out.

North Cobb 35, Lambert 7

How the game was won: North Cobb got a road blowout win thanks to its defense picking up three Lambert turnovers and getting two interceptions and six quarterback sacks. Lambert struck first with a touchdown pass, but North Cobb took the ensuing kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown and held the Longhorns scoreless the rest of the way.

Top performers: CJ Cole rushed for a 38-yard touchdown and carried the ball 16 times for a game-high 151 yards. Drew Tejchman had the kickoff return score, and quarterback Will Lovett, Jai Erwin and Christian Singleton also had short rushing scores. Nick Price sacked Lambert quarterback Richie Kenney for a safety in the fourth quarter.

Colquitt County 66, Brookwood 35

How the game was won: The Broncos couldn’t slow down the Packers as Colquitt County scored on all eight possessions in the first half to set the tone early on.

Top Performers: Jay Saunders threw for 357 yards and five touchdowns while leading Colquitt County with 74 yards rushing. Tory Ponder caught eight passes for 144 yards. Daijun Edwards ran in a 17-yard touchdown.

R6 #1 Mill Creek 56, R4 #2 Cherokee 21
R4 #1 Roswell 29, R6 #2 Peachtree Ridge 12
R1 #2 Lowndes 57, R7 #1 Norcross 21
R3 #1 McEachern 47, R7 #3 Parkview 29


Dalton 24, Lovejoy 14

How the game was won: Ahmaad Tanner ran in two touchdowns as the Catamounts cruised. Lovejoy scored a late touchdown but Dalton was able to recover the on-side kick.

Top Performers: Ahmaad Tanner scored on a 5-yard run and a 13-yard run. JP Tighe tossed a 28-yard touchdown pass to Kyric McGowan. Ivan Mora booted a 34-yard field goal to open up the scoring. Lovejoy scored on a Zion Custis 5-yard run to take an early 7-3 lead. John Seter threw a 13-yard strike to Kristian Grant late.

Valdosta 69, Northgate 14

How the game was won: Senior, Jalen Temple got the home team going after snagging an interception on Northgate’s second play from scrimmage. The Wildcats capitalized on the turnover as Tevin Gray punched in a 13-yard run with 9:46 left in the first quarter. Rajaez Mosley scored to give Valdosta a 14-0 lead going into halftime. Valdosta came out with fire in them in the second half. Once again, Temple got his team on the board after he returned a blocked field goal to the house to extend the Valdosta lead to 21-0 with 6:14 left in the third quarter. Valdosta cruised on to win 69-14.

Top performers: Senior Jalen Temple was a force on the field tonight and provided a major defensive spark for the Valdosta Wildcats. Temnple recorded an interception in the first quarter for a touchdown and then a blocked kick, scoop and score in the third.  Jayce Rogers, Rajaez Mosley, and Tevin Gray each recorded touchdowns on the ground. Rogers also recorded a 35-yard punt return.

Coffee 42, Alexander 34

How the game was won: Alexander was unable to keep pace with the Trojans. Daetrich Harrington was kept under wraps, while Coffee carried 40 times for 240 yards and four touchdowns. Quarterback Max Hughes had an efficient game through the air.

Top Performers: Max Hughes finished 18-of-28 for 214 yards and a score to lead the Trojans. Alexander was led by Mason Wood’s 23-of-31 night, totaling 347 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Daetrich Harrington managed just 68 yards rushing on 22 carries but found the end zone twice. Justin Hall caught 10 passes for 180 yards and returned a punt 43 yards for a score. Stephen Winston caught five passes for 83 yards and two touchdowns in the loss.

Glynn Academy 47, Allatoona 7

How the game was won: The Glynn Academy Terrors held the Allatoona Buccaneers scoreless for first three quarters of their state championship rematch. The Terrors led 20-0 at the end of the half and poured on 27 points in the third quarter. The Terrors’ running game proved to be more than effective with five of their seven touchdowns coming off of rushes.

Top Performers: Thyshaun Wallace scored three of Glynn Academy’s seven touchdowns. He scored his second touchdown on a 49 yard rush in the third quarter. Randon Jernigan contributed with a 58 yard pass to Tyshaun Wallace in the second quarter, and Wallace scored off a 16 yard rush in the third to bring the Terrors to 40 points.

Northside-Warner Robins 38, Langston Hughes 10

How the game was won: Northside-Warner Robins took a 24-10 lead into the half and grew the lead to 31-10 with 5:24 left in the third quarter on a Tobias Oliver 13-yard touchdown run. Oliver eclipsed 100 yards rushing and added 120 yards through the air.

Stephenson 20, Dacula 6

How the game was won: Stephenson has made the playoffs 17 straight seasons, but advanced to the quarterfinals for just the second time since 2006 Friday night. The Jags took a 20-6 lead into the half after holding the Falcons to a pair of field goals.

R4 #1 Tucker 23, R6 #2 Harrison 7
R5 #1 Mays 35, R1 #3 Lee County 22


Carrollton 41, Thomas County Central 14

How the game was won: Visiting Carrollton built a 27-0 lead before the Jackets got on the board to take a 27-7 deficit into the half. Carrollton quarterback Mark Wright opened the second half with a 17-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Bonner and a 14-yard touchdown by Mecose Todd gave the Trojans a 41-7 lead entering the final frame.

Top performers: Mark Wright rushed for two first half touchdowns and tossed touchdown passes to Xavier Hammett (16 yards) and Jordan Bonner (17 yards). Jaylan Thomas ran in a 13-yard touchdown in the second quarter.

Buford 56, Jones County 26

How the game was won: Buford led 28-6 at half and scored two touchdowns early in the third quarter to ice the game. The Wolves rushed for 344 yards and seven touchdowns.

Top performers: Christian Turner rushed 17 times for 111 yards and four touchdowns, his longest 21 yards, to lead host Buford. Anthony Grant was close behind with 20 rushes for 106 yards and an 8-yard score, while Derrian Brown (76 yds) and TD Roof (11 yds) also scored on the ground. Quarterback Mic Roof was 8-of-13 passing for 133 yards and a 24-yard TD to Tanner Alexander.

Kell 31, Starr’s Mill 3

How the game was won: The Kell Longhorns held the Starr’s Mill Panthers scoreless for the final three quarters. The Longhorns iced the game with two non-offensive touchdowns. Kell returned a punt into the end zone in the second quarter making it 23-3 and they scored off of a fumble recovery in the third to ultimately bring the score to 31-3 after the extra point attempt.

Top Performers: Josiah Futral had a 16 yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter, while Connor Mendleson had a 25 yard field goal and Dre Houston had a 24 yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter.

R7 #1 Rome 45, R1 #2 Bainbridge 0
R4 #1 Stockbridge 37, R8 #3 Clarke Central 13
R3 #2 Griffin 27, R5 #1 Arabia Mountain 20
R2 #1 Ware County 35, R8 #2 Loganville 19
R4 #2 Woodland-Stockbridge 24, R6 #1 Grady 21

Class AAAA

Jefferson 21, West Laurens 0

How the game was won: Jefferson outgained visiting West Laurens 136 to 70 in total yardage and completed the shutout to advance to the state quarterfinals for the fourth time in five seasons.

Top performers: Quarterback Colby Clark gave Jefferson 1 7-0 lead with a 3-yard touchdown run in the opening quarter. Running back Colby Wood rushed for a third quarter touchdown before icing the game with a 53-yard touchdown run with 1:50 left in the fourth quarter.

Woodward Academy 49, Northwest Whitfield 8

How the game was won: Woodward scored three first-quarter touchdowns to jump out to a big lead at home. The War Eagles gained 518 total yards.

Top performers: Quarterback Ryan Glover was 15-of-21 passing for 257 yards and four touchdowns and also had a 4-yard rushing score. Glover hit JR Pace (20 yds), Cade Sutherland (6 yds), Hunter Falconer (10 yds) and Joshua Johnson (36 yds) for TDs. Tahj Gary was the game’s leading rusher with 104 yards on 11 carries, with touchdown runs of 1 and 3 yards. Johnson was the leading receiver with five catches for 106 yards.

Blessed Trinity 24, Carver-Columbus 21

How the game was won: Romello Kimbrough ran in a 14-yard touchdown to give visiting Carver-Columbus a 7-0 lead with 2:20 left in the first quarter. Blessed Trinity’s Jake Smith found JD Bertrand for a Titans touchdown to make it a 7-7 game entering the second frame. Blessed Trinity added a Brooks Hosea field goal with 3:53 left in the half to take a 10-7 lead. Jake Rudolph ran in an 8-yard touchdown and Smith tossed a touchdown to Ryan Davis from 17-yards out to grow a 24-7 Titans advantage. The Tigers stopped the 24-0 scoring run with a 99-yard Us Beasley kickoff return touchdown to make it a 24-14 game entering the fourth quarter. Kimbrough scored his second touchdown of the game to cut the deficit to 24-21, but the Titans were able to run out the clock.

Top performers: Blessed Trinity quarterback Jake Smith threw touchdown passes to JD Bertrand and Ryan Davis. Carver’s Us Beasley returned a kickoff 99-yards for a touchdown and teammate Romello Kimbrough rushed for a pair of scores.

Spalding 38, Ridgeland 21

How the game was won: Ridgeland took a 14-0 lead into the second quarter before Spalding used a 35-0 scoring burst to claim a 35-14 lead early in the fourth quarter.

Top performers: A.J. Moses got Spalding going with a 5-yard touchdown run to open the second quarter and hauled in a 56-yard touchdown catch for the Jaguars’ final score.

Thomson 42, West Hall 14

How the game was won: Host Thomson quarterback Mills Ridings threw a pair of first half touchdowns to build a 28-7 lead at the break. Mike Thomas added a 9-yard touchdown run to open the second half and Ridings connected with Trey Parker for the duo’s second touchdown to grow the lead to 42-7 entering the final quarter.

Top performers: Thomson running back Michael Thomas finished with 24 carries for 224 yards and two touchdowns, while also catching a 14-yard touchdown pass from Mills Ridings. West Hall’s Will Satterfield threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Will Dague and Tyrese Osborne returned a fourth quarter fumble 61 yards for a touchdown.

Cartersville 35, Burke County 7

How the game was won: Cartersville outgained Burke County 409-170 and set the tone right away, jumping out to a 35-0 halftime lead.

Top Performers: Trevor Lawrence finished 19-of-31 for 316 yards and four touchdowns while adding 57 yards rushing on six carries. Avery Showell caught nine passes for 133 yards and two scores. Trey Creamer caught four for 96 yards and a touchdown. Nyvin Nelson led the defense with 12 stops.

Cairo 10, Sandy Creek 7

How the game was won: 
Cairo led 3-0 at half and 10-0 early in the fourth quarter after a touchdown pass. With just over a minute left to play, Sandy Creek returned a punt for a touchdown, but Cairo recovered the ensuing onside kick and then ran out the clock on offense.

Top performers: Tight end Matt Cromer took a 17-yard screen pass from John Michael Owens into the end zone to give Cairo its 10-0 lead. Cromer also recovered the onside kick to seal the win. Cole Phillips connected on a 44-yard field goal in the second quarter and missed from 50-plus yards in his other attempt.

Mary Persons 38, Heritage-Catoosa 21

How the game was won: Mary Persons led Heritage-Catoosa 14-7 at the half and took a 21-14 lead into the final quarter.  Zach Harvey got the Bulldogs started with a 53-yard touchdown run.

Class AAA

Pierce County 49, Bremen 27

How the game was won: Pierce County outscored Bremen 28-13 in the first half and used 356 rushing yards and 190 passing yards to overwhelm the visiting Blue Devils.

Top Performers: Pierce County was led by Stetson Bennett who was 11-of-16 passing for 190 yards and two touchdowns. Shyhiem Clark rushed for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Jay Bethea had four receptions for 88 yards and one touchdown. Bremen, who was the last No. 4 seed left in the Class AAA playoffs, gained  269 rushing yards and 154 passing yards.

Liberty County 28, Sonoraville 14

How the game was won: Jaalon Frazier capped off a 56-yard drive with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Dylan Stewart with 5:07 left in the third quarter to put the game out of reach for Sonoraville.

Top Performers: Jaalon Frazier was 13-of-21 for 202 yards and three touchdowns. Frazier also ran for 120 yards on 12 carries and one touchdown. Dylan Stewart gained 77 yards on three receptions with two touchdowns. Kris Coleman caught six passes for 76 yards and one touchdown in the win. Sonoraville found scores from Tristan Key on a 55 yard run and Cameron Keith on a  14 yard pass from Patrick Moore.

Calhoun 41, Jackson 20

How the game was won: Jackson struck first on a 59 yard pass from Shaderious Crowder to Deontae Barlow but then Calhoun got things flowing. The Yellow Jackets quarterback Baylon Spector led the way and had a hand in four touchdowns to put the game out of reach in the second half. Ryan Randall anchored the Calhoun defense with two crucial interceptions, one in the final quarter. Davis Allen seal the win with a 27 yard interception return in the final minutes.

Top Performers: Spector finished the game with 137 yards passing and 100 yards rushing and threw two touchdown passes to Luke Jones (63 yards) and Malik Lawrence (12 yards). Randall also rushed in from five yards out. Jackson found scoring from Antivirus Greer on a 70 yard pass and Laderrick Johnson scored on an 84 yard fumble return.

Crisp County 30, Lovett 29

How the game was won: With :37 seconds left in the game and down 29-23, Crisp County quarterback Patrick Felton connected with Quay Walker on a 25 yard touchdown pass to pull the Cougars past Lovett in their biggest test of the season. Crisp moves to 12-0 for the first time in school history. The Cougars will face Pierce County in the Elite Eight.

Top Performers: Felton had three touchdown passes in the win. Tubby Spivey caught two passes of 55 and 19 yards for scores. Lovett found scoring from J.T. Carr on a one yard diving touchdown. Brady Tindall connected with Trent Beavor on a 13-yard touchdown pass. Evan McKown also scored on a short Tindall pass.

Greater Atlanta Christian 34, Worth County 21

How the game was won: Brooks Buce booted a 52-yard field goal to give the Spartans an early 10-0 lead and added a 47-yarder for Greater Atlanta Christian’s final score.

Top performers: Spartans quarterback Davis Mills threw touchdown passes to Trent Fowler and Jeffrey Blake and ran in a touchdown. Kyle McMichael added a rushing touchdown that gave GAC a 17-7 lead.

R4 #1 Peach County 49, R6 #2 North Murray 7
R5 #1 Westminster 45, R3 #2 Savannah 21
R5 #2 Cedar Grove 28, R3 #1 Jenkins 3

Class AA

Screven County 28, Douglass 20

How the game was won: CJ Wright made plays all over the field, scoring two second half touchdowns and recording a huge sack to stall Douglass’ final drive.

Top Performers: Kim Hunter scored on a 1-yard run and Armani Bunbury struck on an option keeper from 45 yards out to take a 13-0 lead. Douglass answered with a Jonathan Ford 1-yard run and a Ford 63-yard pass to Zeke Njoku on a screen to take a 14-13 lead in the third. CJ Wright scored two touchdowns to push the lead to 28-14 in favor of Screven County before a late Elrico McKenzie 1-yard touchdown.

Pepperell 35, Dodge County 14

How the game was won: Dodge County couldn’t keep pace with the Dragons, seeing a 19-7 halftime deficit grow throughout the second half.

Top Performers: Tae Hammond scored two touchdowns on the ground for the Dragons. Trevor Thomas hooked up with TJ Watkins twice, connecting on a 7-yard touchdown pass and a 40-yarder. Hunter Chastian added an 8-yard score. Dodge County’s offense came via the legs of Nick Cummings. He scored a 1-yarder and a late 84-yard dash in the fourth.

Fitzgerald 48, Rockmart 21

How the game was won: Host Fitzgerald racked up 395 yards rushing in the game and led 27-7 at halftime after giving up a score on Rockmart’s first possession.

Top performers: Quarterback James Graham had rushing touchdowns of 58 and 5 yards and a passing touchdown of 3 yards to JD King. Graham rushed 24 times for 112 yards. King was the game-high rusher with 169 yards on 15 carries, rushing for a 3-yard TD. Damian Devine had rushing scores of 6 and 5 yards, and Ethan Gordon had a 7-yard rushing score. Quay Harper and Willie Ross both had interceptions that set up scores. Markus Smith of Rockmart had 158 yards rushing and two long touchdowns on 15 carries.

Rabun County 42, Vidalia 7

How the game was won: Bailey Fisher accounted for all six Rabun County touchdowns as the Wildcats turned a 14-7 lead at the half into a blowout.

Top Performers:  Bailey Fisher ran for three touchdowns (1, 6 and 21 yards) and threw for three. He hit Cole Keener on a 14-yard strike, Cal Drummond from seven yards and a fourth quarter toss to Noah Cannon. Vidalia’s lone score came on a Carson McClellan 25-yard run.

Chattooga 38, Washington County 7

How the game was won: Chattooga scored on each of its first four possessions to lead Washington County 28-7 at the half and added a touchdown in each of the final two quarters.  Issac Foster ran in the Indians’ final score with less than three minutes left to clinch the blowout.

Hapeville Charter 14, Jefferson County 6

How the game was won: Hapeville took a 7-0 lead and never trailed. Jefferson County’s lone score came with an 18-yard touchdown run by Deabo McKinney before the Yellow Jackets added to the lead before a scoreless second half.

Callaway 28, Brooks County 14

How the game was won: Brooks County looked to have the advantage jumping out to a 14-0 lead. Callaway’s Jibrell Jackson had 9-yard touchdown to tie up the game in the third quarter.

Benedictine 49, Banks County 0

How the game was won: Benedictine took a 42-0 lead into halftime.

R7 #3 Chattooga 38, R3 #1 Washington County 7

Class A-Public

Commerce 35, Taylor County 20

How the game was won: Heading into the fourth quarter up just a point at 21-20, Commerce chipped away in the final frame to seal the deal 35-20. Cole Chancey’s second touchdown of the game, a 46-yarder with 1:17 remaining, put the game away.

Top Performers: Cole Chancey scored on a 1-yard run and a 46-yarder. Will Thomas scored on touchdown runs of 15 and three yards. Lane Sorrow broke through for a 4-yarder. Taylor County received two short touchdown runs from Lyn-J Dixon. Gunnar Watson tossed a 1-yard touchdown to Tri-Kevion Hadley as time expired heading into the half.

Clinch County 54, Mitchell County 14

How the game was won: This second round match was over soon after it began. Clinch County got on the scoreboard first with an 11-yard touchdown by Charles McClelland. Mitchell County responded with a 62-yard touchdown run by Kentravius Williams. To take the lead for good Clinch’s Trezman Marshall scored on a 4th and 1. Clinch County would score five more touchdowns to Mitchell’s one before the final buzzer.

Top performers: Clinch County’s McClleland ran for two touchdowns and threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Jerrod Jones. Trezman Marshall had seven tackles and three touchdowns while also completing a 40-yard touchdown pass to Jones. Mitchell County’s Kentravius Williams had six carries for 98 yards and a touchdown.

Irwin County 34, Mt. Zion 17

How the game was won: This game saw lots of action with no score until deep into the second quarter when Mount Zion scored on a 73-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Akin to Jace Jordan. Irwin County would score before the quarter ended and Mt. Zion clung to a 10-7 halftime lead. Irwin County outscored the Eagles 27-7 in the second half.

Greene County 55, Pelham 40

How the game was won: Greene County took a 27-14 lead into the half before outscoring Pelham 28-26 in a competitive second half.

McIntosh County 14, Lincoln County 7

How the game was won: McIntosh County Academy took a 14-0 lead at the half before sealing the road win.

Emanuel County Institute 49, Miller County 14

How the game was won: Host Emanuel County Institute outscored Miller County 14-8 in the second half after jumping out to a 35-6 lead.

#8 Manchester 39, #9 Twiggs County 18
#1 Macon County 47, #17 Turner County 37
#6 McIntosh County 14, #11 Lincoln County 7

Class A-Private

Tattnall Square 13, Stratford Academy 7

How the game was won: After beating Stratford Academy 7-3, Tattnall Square edged Stratford in another low scoring game. An Ahmad Barron third quarter touchdown run proved to be the difference as the Eagles ran out of time on their final drive of the game.

Top Performers: Antoine Davis scored from seven yards out and Ahmad Barron ran home a 22-yarder. Stratford’s lone score came on a 69-yard Noah Hill run in the first quarter.

Fellowship Christian 38, George Walton Academy 7

How the game was won: George Walton scored the game’s first touchdown on a halfback pass, but Fellowship scored 38 straight points, expanding on a 14-7 halftime lead.

Top performers: Fellowship quarterback Jack Hardin was 7-of-14 passing for 164 yards and three touchdowns, two to Ryan Reid. Hardin rushed for touchdowns of 18 and 6 yards, finishing with 62 yards rushing. Reid had six catches for 145 yards and touchdowns of 65 and 47 yards, and Andrew Minkert led the team with 100 yards rushing. Hardin’s first touchdown pass was to tight end Trevor Lewis. Garrett Depew was perfect on extra points and capped scoring with a 21-yard field goal.

Prince Avenue 55, Mt. Pisgah 13

How the game was won: The Wolverines raced out to a 41-0 halftime lead behind three Grant Roland touchdown passes and two Thomas Huff touchdown runs.

Top Performers: Grant Roland ignited the rout with a 77-yard touchdown strike to Christian Parrish. Roland added a 10-yarder to Parrish and a 66-yarder to Noah Campbell. Thomas Huff ran in touchdowns of 26 and 53 yards. Sam Wessinger went 42 yards to the house while Noah Campbell and Dalton Owens scored on runs of six and three yards respectively.

Landmark Christian 13, Darlington 12

How the game was won: Landmark got the ball after a punt touchback with five minutes to play, embarking on an 80-yard touchdown drive capped by a touchdown pass from 25 yards out with under three minutes left. Landmark’s two-point try was unsuccessful, but Darlington’s final drive ended with an interception, allowing Landmark to run out the clock. Darlington had built a 12-7 lead in the third quarter after getting a safety.

Top performers: Joey Blount found Nick Toomer for the game-winning fade pass, and Lofton Tidwell scored Landmark’s first touchdown on a 15-yard run. Tidwell also caught a long Blount pass to help advance the War Eagles’ winning drive. Toomer had the interception that stopped Darlington’s final drive, which advanced to midfield.

Calvary Day 10, Savannah Christian 7

How the game was won: Calvary Day defeated Savannah Christian for the second time in its last two games. After defeating the Raiders 28-14 in the season finale, the Cavaliers took a first round bye. Calvary Day jumped to a 7-0 halftime lead before holding off Savannah Christian’s comeback attempt.

Wesleyan 45, Pinecrest Academy 8

How the game was won: Wesleyan led 38-0 in the fourth quarter before Pinecrest got on the board, getting 523 yards of total offense.

Top performers: Wolves quarterback Banks Ramsey had three passing touchdowns and one rushing, accounting for 353 yards of total offense (219 pass, 134 rush). Two of Ramsey’s touchdown passes went to Harrison Cook, while his third of the night went to Grant Frerking. Mateo Rengifo hit a 34-yard field goal right before halftime to give host Wesleyan a 24-0 lead at the break, and George Bielan (4 yds) and JD Kavel (62 yds, last play of the game) also rushed for scores. Cornerback Jason McCleskey had three pass breakups, and linebacker John Morris had 10 total tackles.

#1 Eagle’s Landing Christian 59, #17 First Presbyterian Day 7
#6 Mt. Paran 17, #11 Athens Academy 10


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