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MONDAY RESULTS - March 9

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines
CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (26-0) 80, Nodaway Valley (19-7) 57
#8-Earlham (24-2) 63, Belle Plaines (24-2) 50
#3-Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto (25-1) 51, South O'Brien (22-4) 45
#2-Danville (26-0) 69, West Hancock (22-5) 47

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#9-Treynor (22-3) 69, #7-Forest City (23-3) 66
#3-Aplington-Parkersburg (25-1) 82, Woodward Academy (16-8) 69

(college basketball)

(7) Gonzaga 79, Pepperdine 61

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 95, Charlotte 69
Atlanta 130, Sacramento 105
Boston 100, Miami 90
Memphis 101, Chicago 91
New Orleans 114, Milwaukee 103
Denver 106, New York 78
Golden State 98, Phoenix 80
L.A. Clippers 89, Minnesota 76

(N-H-L hockey)

San Jose 2, Pittsburgh 1, SO
N.Y. Islanders 4, Toronto 3, OT
Detroit 5, Edmonton 2
Vancouver 2, Anaheim 1
Nashville 2, Arizona 1, OT

(spring training baseball)

Detroit 6, Toronto (ss) 4
Boston 3, St. Louis 0
Philadelphia 1, Baltimore 0
N.Y. Yankees 4, Tampa Bay 3
Pittsburgh 1, Minnesota 1, tie
Atlanta 2, Washington 1
Houston 1, Toronto (ss) 0
Miami 13, N.Y. Mets 2
San Diego 6, Chicago Cubs 3
Cincinnati (ss) 7, L.A. Angels 5
Texas 4, Oakland 1
Chicago White Sox 3, Arizona 3, tie
Kansas City 5, Milwaukee 4
San Francisco 5, L.A. Dodgers 5, tie
Seattle 4, Cleveland 3
Colorado 2, Cincinnati (ss) 2, tie

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - March 10

(high school basketball)

DES MOINES -- Number-six Le Mars built an 18-point lead right after halftime Tuesday before holding off Dallas Center-Grimes for a 59-51 quarterfinal round victory at the 3A boys State basketball tournament at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.  The Mustangs pulled to within six with a 1:14 to play before Tyler Paulson's free throws sealed the outcome.  Paulson led the Bulldogs with 21 points, hitting 15-of-19 from the foul line on a day when Le Mars went to the line 37 times and connected on 24 of them.  Pete Meis added 12 points and Caleb Cline and Tyler Borchers nine each.  Austin Rix had 19 points for D-C-G, 14 coming after halftime to lead the Mustangs' second half charge.  Most of Rix's points came while Tyler Borchers went to the sidelines with his fourth personal foul in the first four minutes of the third quarter.  The victory was the 200th career win at Le Mars for coach Dave Irwin.  Le Mars takes a 21-and-4 record into the semifinals Thursday night at 6:30 against number-two rated and top-seed Williamsburg, who improved to 24-and-1 with a 65-40 win over Glenwood Tuesday afternoon at 'The Well'.

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines
CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
Iowa City Regina (21-4) 45, #5-Cascade (22-3) 32
Pella Christian (17-7) 70, #2-Western Christian (22-3) 69

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#6-Le Mars (21-4) 59, Dallas Center-Grimes (20-5) 51
#2-Williamsburg (24-1) 65, Glenwood (12-13) 40
#10-Dubuque Wahlert (16-9) 60, #3-Waverly-Shell Rock (22-3) 50
#7-Cedar Rapids Xavier (17-8) 65, #1-Pella (21-3) 61

(college basketball)

(7) Gonzaga 91, B-Y-U 75

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 118, Orlando 86
New Orleans 111, Brooklyn 91
Cleveland 127, Dallas 94
San Antonio 117, Toronto 107
Utah 87, New York 82
L.A. Lakers 93, Detroit 85

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 4, Carolina 3, SO
N.Y. Rangers 2, N.Y. Islanders 1
Dallas 2, Philadelphia 1
Tampa Bay 1, Montreal 0, OT
Boston 3, Ottawa 1
St. Louis 5, Winnipeg 4
Minnesota 6, New Jersey 2
Los Angeles 5, Colorado 2

(spring training baseball)

Atlanta 3, N.Y. Mets 2
Boston 5, Tampa Bay (ss) 1
Houston 7, St. Louis 6
Baltimore 3, N.Y. Yankees 1
Miami 2, Washington 1
Detroit 6, Philadelphia 0
Pittsburgh 4, Tampa Bay (ss) 3
Minnesota 5, Toronto 3
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 3
Cleveland 10, Chicago Cubs 6
San Diego 10, San Francisco 5
Oakland 6, Arizona 5
L.A. Dodgers 2, Colorado (ss) 2, tie
Chicago White Sox 6, Kansas City 2
L.A. Angels 5, Texas 4
Colorado (ss) 9, Seattle 3

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - March 11

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines
CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Iowa City West (24-0) 69, Sioux City North (14-10) 60  (Daniel Tillo had 30 points for North)
#2-North Scott, Eldridge (21-3) 63, #7-Waukee (18-6) 54
#6=Pleasant Valley (22-2) 58, #9-Cedar Rapids Kennedy (18-6) 51
#3-Des Moines Hoover (22-1) 38, Ames (17-7) 29

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A DIVISION II WOMEN NATIONAL TOURNAMENT at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City

(19) Briar Cliff (24-9) 80, Menlo (Calif.) 61

(1) Morningside (33-1) 79, University of California-Merced 45

Top 25 men

(19) North Carolina 81, Boston College 63

(N-B-A basketball)

Chicago 104, Philadelphia 95, OT
Sacramento 113, Charlotte 106
Miami 104, Brooklyn 98
Boston 95, Memphis 92
L.A. Clippers 120, Oklahoma City 108
Milwaukee 97, Orlando 91
Denver 115, Atlanta 102
Phoenix 106, Minnesota 97
Golden State 105, Detroit 98
Portland 105, Houston 100

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 4, Buffalo 3, SO
N.Y. Rangers 3, Washington 1
Calgary 6, Anaheim 3

(spring training baseball)

Washington 9, Detroit 2
Miami 7, N.Y. Mets 4
Tampa Bay 5, Minnesota 2
Toronto 5, Baltimore 2
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2
St. Louis 6, Atlanta 2
Boston 10, N.Y. Yankees 6
Chicago White Sox 4, Texas 4, tie
Kansas City (ss) 5, Cincinnati 2
Kansas City (ss) 4, San Diego 3
Oakland 3, Cleveland 2
Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 3
Colorado 4, Seattle 1
Chicago Cubs 4, L.A. Dodgers 3
Arizona 6, L.A. Angels 5

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - March 12

(high school basketball)

DES MOINES -- It took four quarters and two overtimes for number-six Le Mars to prevail in the Class 3A semifinal round in Des Moines Thursday night but the Bulldogs advanced to the State championship game with a 64-57, double overtime victory over number-two Williamsburg at the Wells Fargo Arena.  Senior Tyler Borchers overcame three fouls in the first eleven minutes of the game to turn in a monster performance -- 35 points and 19 rebounds -- to move Le Mars into a Saturday night championship match up with defending champion, number-ten Dubuque Wahlert at 6 o'clock.  Pete Meis added 12 points for Le Mars and Tyler Paulson dropped in 10.  Adam Klein had 22 to lead the Williamsburg scoring and Zach Schlabaugh had 17.  Borchers hit one of two foul shots with 29 seconds to play in regulation to send the game into overtime, tied at 45-all.  Borchers again hit one of two foul shot opportunities with 14.7 seconds left in the first overtime to knot the score at 52-52.  "T" had seven of the team's 12 points in the second overtime, including a monster dunk at the buzzer, to seal the deal.  Saturday's State title game will be carried on KLEM starting at 5:55 p.m.

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines
CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS
#1-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (27-0) 60, #8-Earlham (24-3) 45
#3-Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto (26-1) 59, #2-Danville (26-1) 57

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#9-Treynor (23-3) 74, #3-Aplington-Parkersburg (25-2) 70
Iowa City Regina (22-4) 55, Pella Christian (17-8) 33

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
#6-Le Mars (22-4) 64, #2-Williamsburg (24-2) 57, two overtimes
#10-Dubuque Wahlert (17-9) 67, #7-Cedar Rapids Xavier (17-9) 54

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A DIVISION II MENS TOURNAMENT at Point Lookout, Missouri

(6) Morningside (28-4) 86, Tabor College (KS.) 79

(8) Davenport (MI.) 68, (25) Briar Cliff (22-11) 66

BIG TEN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT at Chicago

Penn State 67, Iowa (21-11) 58

BIG 12 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT at Kansas City

(13) Iowa State (23-8) 69, Texas 67

Top 25 results:

(2) Duke 77, N-C State 53
(3) Virginia 58, Florida State 44
(4) Villanova 84, Marquette 49
(5) Arizona 73, California 51
(9) Kansas 64, T-C-U 59
(11) Notre Dame 70, Miami 63
(19) North Carolina 70, (14) Louisville 60
(15) Oklahoma 64, Oklahoma State 49
(16) Baylor 80, (18) West Virginia 70
(17) Utah 80, Stanford 56
Xavier 67, (22) Butler 61, OT
(23) Georgetown 60, Creighton 55
(25) Boise State 80, Air Force 68

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 107, Memphis 87
Indiana 109, Milwaukee 103, OT
Utah 109, Houston 91
Cleveland 128, San Antonio 125, OT
New York 101, L.A. Lakers 94

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 3, Tampa Bay 2, SO
St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 0, SO
Colorado 2, New Jersey 1, SO
Pittsburgh 6, Edmonton 4
Dallas 5, Carolina 3
Ottawa 5, Montreal 2
Columbus 3, Detroit 1
Florida 4, Winnipeg 2
Los Angeles 4, Vancouver 0
Chicago 2, Arizona 1
San Jose 2, Nashville 0

(spring training baseball)

Tampa Bay 10, Toronto 3
St. Louis 8, Baltimore 2
Philadelphia 6, Detroit (ss) 5
Houston 4, Detroit (ss) 3, 10 innings
Boston 5, Pittsburgh 1
Minnesota 7, Miami 6
N.Y. Mets 11, Washington 9
Oakland 4, Seattle 3
Texas 7, Chicago White Sox (ss) 3
Kansas City 10, Cleveland 5
Milwaukee 5, Colorado 3
L.A. Angels 10, Chicago Cubs 9
Cincinnati 12, Arizona 4
N.Y. Yankees 3, Atlanta 2
San Francisco 7, Chicago White Sox (ss) 4
L.A. Dodgers 1, San Diego 0

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - March 13

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines
CLASS 1A CONSOLATION
#8-Earlham (25-3) 63, #2-Danville (26-2) 52

CLASS 2A CONSOLATION
Pella Christian (18-8) 64, #3-Aplington-Parkersburg (25-3) 51

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#2-North Scott, Eldridge (22-3) 57, #1-Iowa City West (24-1) 51
#6-Pleasant Valley (23-2) 42, #3-Des Moines Hoover (22-2) 40

CLASS 1A CHAMPIONSHIP

#1-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (28-0) 64, #3-Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto (26-2) 52

CLASS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP
#9-Treynor (24-3) 51, Iowa City Regina (22-5) 46

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A WOMENS NATIONAL DIVISION II TOURNAMENT at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City

(19) Briar Cliff (25-9) 55, (2) Davenport (MI.) (33-1) 53

(1) Morningside (34-1) 74, (17) Oklahoma Wesleyan 66

N-A-I-A MENS NATIONAL DIVISION II TOURNAMENT at the Point Lookout, Missouri

(9) St. Francis (IND.) 72, (6) Morninside (28-5) 70

Top 25

(1) Kentucky 64, Florida 49
(11) Notre Dame 74, (2) Duke 64
(19) North Carolina 71, (3) Virginia 67
(4) Villanova 63, Providence 61
(5) Arizona 70, U-C-L-A 64
(6) Wisconsin 71, Michigan 60
(8) Maryland 75, Indiana 69
(9) Kansas 62, (16) Baylor 52
(13) Iowa State 67, (15) Oklahoma 65
Oregon 67, (17) Utah 64
(20) S-M-U 74, East Carolina 68
(21) Arkansas 80, Tennessee 72
Xavier 65, (23) Georgetown 63
(24) Davidson 67, La Salle 66
Wyoming 71, (25) Boise State 66, OT

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 114, Sacramento 107
Charlotte 101, Chicago 91
Toronto 102, Miami 92
Boston 95, Orlando 88
Oklahoma City 113, Minnesota 99
Dallas 129, L.A. Clippers 99
Denver 114, Golden State 103
Atlanta 96, Phoenix 87
Portland 118, Detroit 99

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 5, Edmonton 4, SO
Ottawa 2, N.Y. Islanders 1
Dallas 4, Washington 2
Anaheim 2, Minnesota 1
Calgary 6, Toronto 3

(spring training baseball)

Miami 6, St. Louis 3
Philadelphia 2, Tampa Bay 1
Minnesota 8, Pittsburgh 3
Washington 6, Houston 6, tie
Detroit 12, Atlanta (ss) 2
Toronto 5, Baltimore 3
N.Y. Mets 13, Atlanta (ss) 2
Texas 3, San Francisco 0
Seattle 10, Milwaukee 5
Cleveland 6, Arizona 2
Cleveland 7, Chicago Cubs 4
Kansas City 8, Oakland 4
San Diego 7, L.A. Angels 3
Colorado 5, Chicago White Sox 2
N.Y. Yankees 5, Boston 3
Chicago Cubs 5, Oakland 3
L.A. Dodgers 3, Cincinnati 3, tie

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - March 14

(high school basketball)

DES MOINES -- Defending champion, number-ten Dubuque Wahlert, used a 19-5 third quarter to erase a 16-12 halftime deficit and the Golden Eagles repeated as Class 3A champions, beating number-six Le Mars 46-38 at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines Saturday night.  Wahlert tied the score at 20-all at the 4:31 mark of the third quarter and then ran off 11 straight points and closed the quarter on an 11-1 run to lead 31-21 going into the fourth quarter.  The Bulldogs trailed 41-30 with 4:18 to play before a 7-0 run narrowed the deficit to four with 1:43 left in the game.  That would be as close as Le Mars got as Josh Carter hit 8-of-10 foul shots in the final quarter to keep Wahlert in front to the finish.  Carter finished with a game-high 18 points, collecting 16 after halftime.  Tyler Borchers had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead Le Mars.  "T" scored 11 of those 14 points in the final quarter.  Borchers was named captain of the All-Tournament team, finishing with 58 points and 29 rebounds for the week-long tournament.  Tyler Paulson also landed on the All-Tournament team for Le Mars.  Paulson and Pete Meis finished with eight points each Saturday night.  Le Mars suffered through their worst shooting night of the season, hitting just 28% of their shots and finishing 0-for-11 from the three-point arch.  The Dogs went 1-for-23 from the three-point line over the final two games of the tournament after hitting 35% of their three-point shots coming into the State tournament.  Le Mars closed out the season with a record of 22-and-5.  Le Mars features the best student body cheering section in Iowa and the State-wide media covering the State tournament this week apparently agreed as Le Mars added the Sportsmanship trophy to their collection of hardware.  Seniors Pete Meis and Dayton Rand were also honored with academic honors in Des Moines this week.

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines
CLASS 3A CONSOLATION

#7-Cedar Rapids Xavier (18-9) 49, #2-Williamsburg (24-3) 38

CLASS 4A CONSOLATION
#1-Iowa City West (25-1) 56, #3-Des Moines Hoover (22-3) 47

CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIP
#10-Dubuque Wahlert (18-9) 46, #6-Le Mars (22-5) 38

CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP
#2-North Scott, Eldridge (23-3) 44, #6-Pleasant Valley (23-3) 36

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A NATIONAL DIVISION II WOMENS TOURNAMENT at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City

(quarterfinals)

(19) Briar Cliff (26-9) 62, Tabor 53

(1) Morningside (35-1) 79, (9) Saint Francis (IND.) 62

Top 25

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A-C-C

(Championship)

(11) Notre Dame 90, (19) North Carolina 82

Big 12 Conference

(Championship)

(13) Iowa State 70, (9) Kansas 66

Big East Conference

(Championship)

(4) Villanova 69, Xavier 52

Big Ten Conference

(Semifinals)

(6) Wisconsin 71, Purdue 51

Michigan State 62, (8) Maryland 58

Pacific-10 Conference

(Championship)

(5) Arizona 80, Oregon 52

S-E-C

(Semifinals)

(1) Kentucky 91, Auburn 67

(21) Arkansas 60, Georgia 49

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 113, Sacramento 97
Boston 93, Indiana 89
Brooklyn 94, Philadelphia 87
Memphis 96, Milwaukee 83
Utah 88, Detroit 85
Golden State 125, New York 94

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 7, Detroit 2
Boston 2, Pittsburgh 0
Chicago 6, San Jose 2
N.Y. Rangers 2, Buffalo 0
Winnipeg 2, Tampa Bay 1
Montreal 3, N.Y. Islanders 1
Florida 2, Carolina 0
Vancouver 4, Toronto 1
Minnesota 3, St. Louis 1
New Jersey 4, Arizona 1
Colorado 3, Calgary 2
Nashville 2, Los Angeles 1

(spring training baseball)

Pittsburgh 5, Boston 2
Miami 4, Washington (ss) 0
Philadelphia 5, Detroit (ss) 4
Tampa Bay 3, Baltimore 2
Minnesota 6, St. Louis 3
N.Y. Yankees (ss) 4, Detroit (ss) 1
Toronto 1, N.Y. Yankees (ss) 0
N.Y. Mets 13, Washington (ss) 4
Chicago Cubs (ss) 3, Oakland (ss) 1
L.A. Dodgers 7, Cleveland 2
L.A. Angels (ss) 7, Kansas City 6, 10 innings
Oakland (ss) 5, San Francisco 2
Chicago Cubs (ss) 10, Milwaukee 5
San Diego 2, Texas 0
Colorado 1, Cincinnati 0
Seattle 11, Arizona 4
Chicago White Sox 7, L.A. Angels (ss) 6
Atlanta 6, Houston 5
Arizona 5, San Francisco 2

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - March 15

(college basketball)

INDIANAPOLIS - Top-ranked and unbeaten Kentucky will have the top overall seed for the NCAA men's basketball tournament. The Wildcats head the Midwest Region, followed by Kansas, Notre Dame and Maryland. Villanova, Virginia, Oklahoma and Louisville lead the East seeds, Duke, Gonzaga, Iowa State and Georgetown top the South, and Wisconsin, Arizona, Baylor and North Carolina have the best four seeds in the West.

 

NCAA-SOUTH-DAVIDSON-IOWA

SEATTLE (AP) - Iowa has earned the Number 7 seed in the NCAA South Region and will open play against Number 10 seed Davidson.  The teams meet Friday in Seattle.  Iowa (21-11) reached 20 wins for the third straight season. Senior forward Aaron White led the Hawkeyes in scoring (16 points) and rebounding (7.5).  Iowa is making its second straight NCAA trip and its fourth straight postseason appearance overall.  Davidson (24-7) made a surprise run to the Atlantic 10 regular-season title under coach Bob McKillop. Led by league player of the year Tyler Kalinoski, the Wildcats were one of the nation's best 3-point shooting teams and led the nation in assist-to-turnover margin entering the postseason.  Davidson is in the NCAAs for the seventh time since 2002, but this is its first at-large bid.

NCAA-SOUTH-UAB-IOWA ST

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Iowa State has earned the Number 3 seed in the South Region.  The two-time Big 12 Tournament champion Cyclones (25-8) will open NCAA Tournament play on Thursday in Louisville against 14th-seeded UAB (19-15).  The Cyclones are in the tournament for the fourth straight year under coach Fred Hoiberg. They rallied from 17 points down to beat Kansas in the Big 12 final on Saturday.  The Blazers won their first Conference USA Tournament and made it into the bracket for the first time since 2011.  Coach Jerod Haase said earning an NCAA Tournament berth is "a rallying cry" for a school that has faced criticism from fans and students for dropping its football program.

NCAA-EAST-WYOMING-NORTHERN IOWA

SEATTLE (AP) - Northern Iowa capped one of its best seasons by getting a Number 5 seed in the East Regional and an opening game against Wyoming in the NCAA Tournament this Friday in Seattle.  The Panthers (30-3) tied their school record for victories by beating Illinois State 69-60 for their fourth Missouri Valley Tournament title. They overcame an 18-point deficit to pull it off.  Northern Iowa is 3-6 all-time in the NCAA Tournament, advancing to a regional semifinal before losing to Michigan State in 2010 for its best showing.  Wyoming (25-9) is in the tournament for the first time since 2002. The Cowboys upset San Diego State 45-43 in the Mountain West Tournament title game to get the automatic berth. They beat Gonzaga in the opening round of the 2002 tournament.

 

Conference Tournament finals:

(1) Kentucky 78, (21) Arkansas 63   (S-E-C)
(6) Wisconsin 80, Michigan State 69, OT  (Big 10)
(20) S-M-U 62, U-Conn 54 (American East)

(college football)

Dodge City Law 51, Sioux City Bandits 39

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 109, Chicago 100
Houston 100, L.A. Clippers 98
Denver 118, New Orleans 111,2OT
Cleveland 123, Orlando 108
San Antonio 123, Minnesota 97
Portland 113, Toronto 97
Phoenix 102, New York 89
Atlanta 91, L.A. Lakers 86

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 2, Philadelphia 1, SO
Detroit 5, Pittsburgh 1
N.Y. Rangers 2, Florida 1
Carolina 3, Columbus 2
St. Louis 3, Dallas 0
Washington 2, Boston 0
Anaheim 4, Nashville 2

(spring training baseball)

Toronto 10, Atlanta 5
Houston 3, Washington 2
Minnesota 6, St. Louis 6, tie
Miami 4, Detroit 2
Pittsburgh 4, Baltimore 2
N.Y. Yankees 3, Philadelphia (ss) 2
Philadelphia (ss) 11, Boston 4
Tampa Bay 8, N.Y. Mets 4
Chicago White Sox 5, L.A. Angels 3
Chicago Cubs 2, Cincinnati 1
Oakland 5, Milwaukee (ss) 2
Texas 12, Milwaukee (ss) 5
Cleveland 4, San Diego 2
L.A. Dodgers 5, Seattle 2
Colorado 6, Kansas City 2
San Francisco 5, Arizona 0

 

   

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