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Vol. 75 No. 2 March 12 - 18, 2014 ROCKAWAY, NJ - Nick Westergaard slammed the pins for a 300 game, his 3rd this season, and finished the session with a 771 set in the Thursday Night Mixed at Rockaway Lanes 50 cents
RENO WELCOMES USBC OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR RECORD 12TH TIME
By Matt Cannizzaro - USBC
Nick Westergaard 300 at Rockaway
Scott Struble tossed 279-722, Robert Rhodes 258-703, Carole Cerenzio 230-647, Melissa Pechman 213-506, and Maria Jankovitz hit 204.
Nick Bois 300 at Rockville Centre
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Nick Bois earned top honors in the Thursday Mixed League at Rockville Centre Lanes firing games of 300-232-207 for a 739 series. Joseph Jhingree shot 279-266-742, Charles Torres 268-224-701, Frank Cimino 267-223, Matt Wright 267236, Rich Jones 245-265-238-748, and Bill Koste 257-708.
Michelle Montgoris 300 at Farmingdale
RENO, Nev. - The National Bowling Stadium has played a big role in the history of the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships, and that tradition continued Friday as the 111th edition of the tournament kicked off in The Biggest Little City in the World. Hundreds of bowlers, fans, friends, family and dignitaries helped usher in the 2014 USBC Open Championships, which will run for 136 days, concluding July 13. It is the event's record 12th trip to Reno and ninth visit to the NBS. The Opening-Day festivities included a ribbon cutting, traditional Mass Ball Shot Ceremony and live entertainment from the cast of "Ring of Fire," a musical based on the music of American singersongwriter Johnny Cash. The show is playing at the Eldorado Showroom until May 4.
By Bill Vint - PBA
As has been the tradition since 1951, Joe Bowler presided over the opening ceremony and helped officially start the tournament by throwing out the first ball. This year, the honor went to 63-year-old James Campton of Leavenworth, Kan., who knocked down five pins on his initial delivery. "It was quite an experience," said Campton, who made his 16th Open Championships appearance overall and second on Opening Day. "I enjoyed it, and it was a lot of fun, but a little nervewracking, too. I'll say this much, it's something that I'll never forget." On the lanes, Team Keeney of Casey, Ill., set the pace in Regular Team with a 2,731 total. The group was led by Chad Stevens, who shot 589. He was followed by Travis Heil (567), Stan Keeney (544), Tom Elsberry (525) and Jim Osborne (506).
In the Classified Division, Fagan Trucking of Shelton, Neb., set the bar with a 2,416 effort. Richard Hadenfeldt contributed a 586 series and was joined by Chuck Wellensiek (497), Van Alberts (485), Jan Hadenfeldt (469) and Dorothy Obermeier (379). Friday's squad included the first of more than 9,000 teams that will make their way to the NBS for this year's Open Championships, one of a handful of events being held in Reno in the coming months. The first night of the 2014 Open Championships also marked the first live stream broadcast of the year from Reno. There are nearly 30 broadcasts on the schedule, and they all will air on BowlTV, which is being sponsored by Track.
FARMINGDALE, NY – Michelle Montgoris blasted a 300 game in the Thursday 3-Man League at Farmingdale Lanes. Damon Brown rolled 233-268-
246-747, John McHugh 225-243269-737, Matt Farber 255-258236-749, Bill Ryan 245-256-244745, Warren Cooperstein 279, and Lukas Zito 279-257-719.
Eric Oppenheimer 300 at Majestic
HOPELAWN, NJ – Eric Oppenheimer blasted a 300 game in the Madison Park Men’s League at Majestic Lanes. Anthony Martino rolled 246-247278-771, Tom Martino, Jr. 245218-279-742, Steven Baum, Jr. 225-269-684, Andrew Tripka 201247-234-682, Michael Consiglio 247-217-214-678, and Christine Scarsella 236-634.
Jay Todaro 300 at Rab’s
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Jay Todary earned top honors in the Michael Carbonaro Mixed League at Rab’s Country Lanes firing a 300 game for a high series of 770. Mike Reebe shot 248-697, Tom Velleca 278-696, Sue Campbell 241-696, Scott Walsh 267-688, Steve McNichol 278-673, Derek Gilbert 677, Heather Rose 224640, Steve DeMaria 269, Dan Guidone 257, Jun Malana 266 and Phil Oppenheim 249.
Silver Lake Atom Splitters Advance to PBA League Semifinal Round
ALLEN PARK, Mich. – Chris Barnes and his Silver Lake Atom Splitters dominated Norm Duke and the Dallas Strikers to advance to the semifinal round of the Professional Bowlers Association League Elias Cup competition at Thunderbowl Lanes. Behind a 205-185 victory in the fiveman Baker team finale, Silver Lake, presented by Spiceworks, defeated Dallas, presented by the United States Bowling Congress, in a near-sweep, 5-1. In the singles match, Duke pulled himself out of his match against Barnes after recording four single-pin spares and one strike in five frames while Barnes started with six strikes for a 52-pin lead. Duke replaced himself with left-hander Rhino Page to give Page more practice on the PBA League lane condition, but it didn’t matter. Barnes won the singles point comfortably, 265-208. Neither team could generate any momentum in alternate ball doubles. Silver Lake’s Barnes and Bryon Smith took a one-pin lead into the 10th frame where Duke struck and then converted Mike Machuga’s 3-6-9-10 leave. Smith needed a strike to clinch the win for Silver Lake, but left a 10 pin. Barnes converted the spare, but again needing a strike for a one-pin victory, Smith knocked down eight pins to hand Dallas the doubles point, 195-194. The Atom Splitters, owned by “Nerdist” creator Chris Hardwick, won the Baker trios point, 213-184. Consecutive strikes by Dom Barrett, Wes Malott and Tommy Jones staked Silver Lake to a 31-pin lead after four frames. The Strikers, owned by NFL all-star receiver Terrell Owens, never mounted a threat, recording only three strikes through nine frames. The final quarterfinal round elimination match will pit actor/comedian Kevin Hart’s Philadelphia Hitmen against Pittsburgh Steelers all-pro linebacker LaMarr Woodley’s Pittsburgh Jack Rabbits , on ESPN on Sunday, March 23, at 1 p.m. ET. The winner of the Hitmen-Jack Rabbits match will bowl the Silver Lake Atom Splitters on ESPN on Sunday, April 6, for right to advance to the Elias Cup finals.
March 12 - 18, 2014
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Thomas “Tink” Washer, a Morris County USBC BA Hall of Famer posted his highest series to date, with 278-297 and 245 for 820, two pins over his previous high only barely a week earlier (300-818). This was in the Hensle Classic Trio League at Circle Lanes. His 818 was in the Friday Nite Sportsman League at Sparta Lanes. This lefthander has been bowling for 28 years, having bowled with his father at the former Franklin Lanes. “Wayne Carney (manager) would help us and had us practice on the shot as he oiled the lanes.”. He was substituting in the league that night, and other than that, only bowls in one league per week. He averages 231 in the Sparta League. He will receive a crystal plaque for his honors. In addition to his Hall of Fame status, he has won numerous leagues as well as the county scratch and team events in 2009 and 2011. He won the county doubles championship with Roy Henderson in 2006 and the Morris County Champion of Champions Tournament. He dedicated his latest victories to “my son and daughter as every time I leave to bowl, they always slap the bag and tell me to bowl well.” Tink, 51, resides in Ogdensburg with his wife, Linda, and children Trevor and Morgan. Calendar: Today at 1:00 p.m., The 9th Annual Morris County USBC BA Membership meeting will be held at Sparta Lanes, open to all Morris County BA members. For information call Evonte Dickerson, Annual Meeting Chairman at 570-730-1553. The Morris County USBC Women’s Bowling Association presents the 70th Annual Championship Tournament, to be held at Sparta Lanes (GPS address: 83 Woodport Road, Sparta, NJ) Saturday and Sunday, March 22, 23, 29 and 30. Send entries and checks to Morris County USBC WBA, P. O. Box 307, Stanhope, NJ 07874 or call 973-463-0499 for further information.
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AT SHELL LANES
Monday Mixed Handicap: Enrico Maruffi 268/752 Steve Romako 267/699 Carmine Calabrese 248/744 Hector Martinez 270/648 Ralph Caliendo 277/655 Nicole Martell 266/685 Melissa Parker 246/685 Hope Dameron 248/631 Colleen Meehan 247/634 Thursday Mixed Triples: Michael DiRienzo 279/763 Johnny Villarreal Jr. 258/698 Gillian Clarke 234/676 Taylor Gentile 233/649 Friday Nite Mixed: Charlie Marino 257/750 Joshua Weinberger 247/712 Mike Damore 246/693 Ralph Caliendo 258/666 Park Circle Mixed: Tony Chan 266/723 Frank Lacirasella 236/663 Oscar Rivera 236/668 Hope Dameron 256/592 Rosemarie Lacirasella 227/580 Saturday Scholarship Teens: Michael Martell 277/702 Emmanuel Vazquez 265/669 Matthew Hirsch 247/689 Vincent Meli 236/619 Anthony Mastroianni 213/598 Lawrence Bianco 222/586 Amanda Perales 215/548 Jaclyn Bianco 201/542 Sally Anderson 199/551 Alyssa Doto 190/481 Steven Wofse 181/465 Victoria Rose Doto 160/444 Also Congratulations to: Junior Mixed Doubles Scholarship Tournament Champions Victoria Rose Doto and Nicholas Perales. Finishing in 2nd place was Michael Martell and Alyssa Doto and third place was Joanne Comes and Lawrence Bianco. Female high game went to Sally Anderson with 204.. Shell now has a new high series record when Alan Liu put together 297-279-298 for an 874 series in the Thursday Match Point League.
Robert Rogers Claims Monmouth County Masters Title
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Masters Champion Robert Rogers with Joanne Ramsey and runnerup Brandon Fennell.
March 28th: the deadline for the Emma P. Hendrickson $1,000 scholarship, open to junior or senior females in high school who have been involved and are in good standing in the Morris County Youth Association program for 3 years or more. The application, policy statement and checklist can be found on the Morris County USBC WBA website at www.morriscountywba.com/. Applications must be postmarked no later than March 28 and sent to: Mrs. Liesl Apgar, 35 Intervale Road, Boonton, NJ 07005.
Robert Rogers, of Brick claimed the title at the 52nd Monmouth County USBC Masters Tournament at Bradley Beach Bowl in Bradley Beach, NJ. Rogers, after qualifying 12th with a six-game score of 1204 then compiled a 5-0 match play record with a tourney average of 193.875. Rusty Thomsen of South Amboy was the leading qualifier with a 1315 and also had the tourney high average of 215.857. In the two-game match play finals Rogers defeated Jeffrey Mead of Pt. Pleasant 372-370. He then beat Casey Creutz of New Brunswick 412381, then Walter McKnight Jr. of Brick 337-317, then topped Emil Dudas of Toms River 403-377, and went on to meet Brandon Fennell of Toms River for the final match. Brandon Fennell qualified sixth after six games with a score of 1242. Fennell lost his first match to Michael N. Stone, Hazlet 349-414, which put him into the Losers Bracket. He then defeated Michael J. Ormsby, Jackson 390-383. In the third match, he defeated Nathan J. Wilson, E. Windsor with scores of 376-297. Fennell continued to win the next four matches against Robert S. Hoffman of Freehold 414-362; Jason J. Cassano, Union Beach 379-362; Ray J. Smarsh, Matawan 425-396 and Emil Dudas of Toms River 404-392, before meeting Rogers for the championship match. In the championship match, Rogers claimed the title over Fennell with a 374-342. There were 172 participating in the tournament, which is the largest Masters tournament in New Jersey.
Mike DeFrancesco 739 at Parkway
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Mike DeFrancesco topped all bowlers with scores of 234-269-236 for a high series of 739 in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes. Thuan Nguyen bowled 256-734 followed by Carl Haight with 257734, Rich Miller Jr 279-729, Bill Scrivens 269-727, Ed Bakelaar Sr. 257-722, Dennis Hofmann Jr 247-699, Jim Viola 247-697, Joe Donnarumma 246-695, Eddie Rojas 266-691, Paul Stuart 236-685, Joe Rolon 257-684, Robert Goodwin 244-682, Roy Castelein 257-676 and Peter Honan rolled 246-672 to round out the rest of the league of high scorers for the night.
March 12 - 18, 2014
By Vince Albrecht HACKENSACK, NJ - In déjà vu from last year’s sectionals, Kelley Grippo 269-714 and Leslie Subaldo 568 were again instrumental in leading top-ranked AHA [Holy Angels] to the North Jersey Girls Group II Title, although this year they also had ample support from freshman Tiffany Sucero 571. Just as they did last season, both Grippo and Subaldo qualified for the state individual tournament and Sucero will join them. Third-ranked Teaneck held off looming Warren Hills to join AHA down at Carolier to represent North Jersey Group II. Teaneck senior anchor Dana-Marie Laloo, the two-time Bergen County champion, added the sectionals individual title to her glowing bowling resume. Dana’s closing 256 pushed her over the “700” barrier with 719, enough to lead her team to second place and a trip to the state tournament. A strong Warren Hills team, Led by Jenna Hendersen 245-644 and Lauren Scholes 561, exploded for a third game 965, but fell fifteen pins shy of the Highwaywomen. Fourth-ranked Westwood, that never-say-die bal-
Nor Bu - Jack Petonak 238, Bill Karpack 235-661, John Hearn 233, Lisa Bischer 226-591, Kim Jenkins 174, Susan Eglanfd173-461 Lake Hiawatha Men - John Finno 257-680, Nicke Westergaard 256670, Bill Karpack 255-726, J.W. Albensi III 255, Doug Batsch 245, Maryann Abasto 224-569 Rockaway Mixed - Tom Schweizer 276-676, Steven haneveld 269-693, Brian Theriault 267-673, Keri May 238-661, Danielle Parker 207-589, Susan Exner 185, Ray Skovonsky 279, Jim Westergaard 278, Nicole Malson 184 Put Togethers - Fred Driver 215-581, Steve Beltz 205, Geno McCroy 203, Michelle Halko 200, Mary Beltz Spanish American Men - Bill Coleman 278-662, Steven matias 243651, Benny Nieves 235, Lynne Coleman 233-608 Monday Early Birds - Ken George 256-684, Mike Riley 243-640, Brian Theriault 238-674, Leaan Chervnsik 208-560, Kathy Bradley 200, Tina Richardson 200-576
Dana-Marie Laloo, Kelley Grippo Lead Teams to State Tourney
anced quintet which came so close to winning both the FDU Team Challenge and the recent Bergen County Tournament, were not to be denied this goaround as they decisively ran away from Mother Seton and the other Group I schools to claim the title with an impressive 810-933-848-2591. Mother Seton, thrice defending champion, failed to make the state tournament, losing second place to Bayonne by twenty-seven pins. In Group III, after failing to make it to the state tournament last year, second-ranked Paramus Catholic put together a strong 902 finish to win the group crown by a healthy margin over runner-up Paramus. Senior Nikki Vucak led the formidable Paladins with a 598 threesome. Taking the Group IV title was Hackensack with 2225 and joining them at the state tournament will be Bayonne which, after spotting Bergen Tech sixty-one pins after game one, caught the Knights in game two and went on to take second place with 2168.
March 12 - 18, 2014
AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
Ken Bruce 812
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Ken Bruce topped the scoring in the Wednesday Early Men’s League firing games of 279-278-255 for a high series of 812. Adam Swensen rolled 247-236-252-735, Paul Barbuzza 279-235-720, Bob Froehlich 258225-235-718, Barry Clare 268-255-710, Bob Moskowitz 222-229-238-689, and Jerry Katz 244-225-211-680.
Rich Rothmansky 722
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Rich Rothmansky led the scoring in the Sunday Night Mixed League firing games of 278-240 for a high series of 722. John Novichonek shot 248-247-704, Noelene Sheridan 244-201-609, Michelle Montgoris 233-645, Jarvis Skellington 265, and Eddie McCormick and Felix Mornota 257. In the Sunday 12 for 12 League Eric Woodson shot 219, Sean Douglas 206, Amory Alexander 202-202, and Sean Doublas 206.
Nadine Clory 800
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Nadine Clory earned top honors in the Thursday Custom Thumbz Doublez League firing games of 289-233-278 for a high series of 800. Bill Carreras shot 256-278-244-778, Frank Cimino 246-256-266-768, Carl Clory 279269-746, Mitch Midoneck 236-259-236-731, Joe Coniglairo 279-237-732, and David Goldman 267-238-728.
Sal Scognamillo 703
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Sal Scognamillo led the scoring in the Sunday Adult/Child League firing games of 283-217 for a high series of 703. Mike Bukovsky hit 257, Santo DiSciafani 224, Joe Prunty 217, and Jose DeFalco 205.
John LaBau 774
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John LaBau topped the scoring in the Friday Night Mixed League firing games of 275-267 for a high series of 774. Alex Bogolubsky shot 236-258-279-773, Chris Lucchese 279-239-745, James Klein 278246-738, Paul Smith 260-247-224-731, and Joseph DiRe 267-235-728.
John Moran 701
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John Moran led the scoring in the Thursday El-Cheapo League firing games of 255-255 for a high series of 701. Jon Martinez shot 278-633, Ryan Ciccimarro 216, Rich Snyder 215, and Steve Frey 213.
Bill Koste 759
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Bill Koste led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed League firing games of 247-278-234 for a high series of 759. Paul Barbuzza shot 235-246-254-735, Thomas Beck 264-202-247-713, Al Fabriano 258235-708, and Douglas Becker III 208-258-236-702.
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March 12 - 18, 2014
AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Fred Catapano 772
FARMINGDALE, NY – Fred Catapano led the Tuesday Early Birds League firing games of 257-279-236 for a high 772. Damion Collins rolled 226-289-256-771, Kerrick Jones 246-239-235-720, Deon Taitte 229-219-262-710, George Tinch 279-235-707, and Clay Hunt 257-222.
Matthew Brown 654
FARMINGDALE, NY – Matthew Brown paced the scoring in the Monday High School Practice league firing games of 257-204 for a high series of 654. Salvatore Yannacone shot 248-648, Nicholas Mencarelli 256-628, Ryan Winston 231, Mattehw Fisher 222, and Joseph Smalkin 203. In the Tuesday AM Ladies League Margaret Kelenborn shot 210, Laurie Gentilella 193, and Regina Kogan 189.
Brendan Rini 728
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brendan Rini led the scoring in the Monday Night Foulplay League firing games of 277-264 for a high series of 728. Eddie Allen rolled 260-692, David Inloes 268-214-683, Matthew Farley 269-224-681, Antointe Lyons 215-237-222-674, Shari Kassler 267-212-636, and Kevin Masick 269. In the Sunday Adult/Junior League Michael Coakley shot 190.
Jerry Hoeler 209
FARMINGDALE, NY – Jerry Hoeler led the scoring in the Friday Sunshine Kids League firing a high game of 209. Manny LaGatta shot 178, and Jerry Keenan and Bob Junge 176. In the Monday AM Seniors League Frank Napolitano shot 201, Al Noll 186, and Bob Junge 176. Ethel Levine shot 193, Ken Lauri 184, Marguerite Lauri 178, and Jerry Hoeler and Joan Healey 170 in the Monday AM Seniors League.
March 12 - 18, 2014
AT RAB’S COUNTRY LANES
Keith Wunderlich 767
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Keith Wunderlich topped the Rab Wilkinson Memorial firing games of 289-252 for a high 767. Jason Gianna hit 247-708, Dave Kosinski 255-705, Jerry Sorgente 685, Tom Wilkinson 684, Tom Clinton 682, and Ray Laursen, Sr. 246-680.
Chris Ponisi 748
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Chris Ponisi topped the Mike Massarolie Memorial League firing games of 265-264 for a high series of 748. Steve DeMaria rolled 267-256736, Kevin Ng 244-713, Allan Rabinowitz 257-699, John Kerestes 258-695, Jason Pintus 246-694, Scott McAuliffe 258668, and Jeff Doctor 255-663. In the Larry McSorley Junior League Jason Wichnovitz League rolled 220-202, Peyton Taylor 198, Sal Armato 190, and Joseph Dorman 183.
Frank Mazzella 736
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Frank Mazzella led the scoring in the Gennaro’s Pizzatown Men’s League firing games of 246-258 for a high series of 736. Mike Sweeney shot 243-279726, Mike Nicholasi 278-722, Eric Richards 239-688, Rom Masuaa 685, Alex Spoto 256-683, and Nick DiSalvo 681.
John Eadicicco 719
STATEN ISLAND, NY – John Eadicicco led the scoring in the Senior Men’s League firing games of 215-247-257 for a high series of 719. Steve Ortiz shot 279-210-216695, Bruce Qualls 204-256-235695, Ben Johnson 210-222-247673, and Hal Solomon 224-211217-652.
Ken Soro 719
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Ken Soro led the scoring in the Adult/Child League firing games of 245-249 for a high series of 719. Kevin Buono shot 238-226-246710, Steve Ipplito 247-255, Mark Ferrezza 243, Collyn Alonso 193, and Al Calato, Jr. 190.
Tommy Barnes 723
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tommy Barnes rolled 246-723, Mike Williams 257-716, and Alex Spoto 245-247-663 in the Gennaro’s Pizzatown Men’s League.
Steve Venito 695
HOPELAWN, NJ – Steve Venito topped the scoring in the Family League firing games of 242-237-216 for a high series of 695. Tom Martino, Jr. rolled 221-222-230-673, Kevin Kopko 258-211-204-673, Dave Morgante 216-224639, Nicholas Kopko 218, and Alexa Venito 200.
March 12 - 18, 2014
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
Lenny Novak 648
HOPELAWN, NJ – Lenny Novak paced the La Buona Pizza League firing 234-211-203-648. Brian Balint shot 206-219-200-625, John Baginsky 223-221-619, and Pat Moreno 220-214-612. In the Winter Sr. Citizen League Rich Rowley shot 206, and Larry Johnson 180.
Dan DeBenedetto 693
HOPELAWN, NJ- Dan DeBenedetto led the scoring in the Academy Madness League firing games of 247-255 for a high series of 693. Joe Parrillo hit 244-223-213-680, John Despiniadis 226-216-620, Debbie Nigro 220, and Bobby Parrillo, Jr. 235. In another session Dan DeBenedetto tossed 210278-202 for a high series of 690 followed by Bobby Parillo, Jr. with 244-200-634, Mike Dellamanna 216606, Marlane Joback 233, Ed Pawloowski 226, and Bob Parillo, Sr. 223.
Andrew Shaw 638
HOPELAWN, NJ – Andrew Shaw led the Avenel Youth League with 227-221 for a high series of 638. Jason Amsterdam shot 204, Miguel Arocho 201, and Anthony Falcone 190.
Matt Perlman 636
HOPELAWN, NJ – Matt Perlman rolled 227-225636, Mark Wiget 249, Emil Woitowicz 241, and Danny Hunter 201 in the Iselin AA League.
Ryan Johnson 626
HOPELAWN, NJ – Ryan Johnson led tthe Avenel Youth League firing games of 236-196-194 for a 626. Miguel Arocho shot 223-231-613, Andrew Shaw 204, and Branden Barrese 200. In the Sacred Heart Juniors League Nicholas Roy shot 87-74, and Anna Parsons 75. For the Sacred Heart Seniors Jessica Roy shot 86-78.
Michael Holoka 687
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Holoka led the scoring in the His & Hers League firing games of 226-224237 for a high series of 687. Don Anione rolled 244-202-213-659, Bill Smith 239, Mike Porcellana 255, and Joe Hayes, Jr. 222.
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