Skyview Edges Heritage 28-21 In OT

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 18, 2010

The Skyview Storm (2-1) entered Friday night’s league opener vs Heritage (0-3) as a heavy favorite, but needed overtime to defeat the winless Timberwolves 28-21.

Skyview DB Ellis Henderson ran back a punt 53 yards for a touch down in the first quarter, giving Skyview an early 13-0 lead. Heritage would not go away however and took a 14-13 lead in the forth quarter when Heritage QB Riley O’Dell hit Michael Rivers from 5 yards out.

The last 3 minutes of the forth quarter keep fans on their feet. Skyview WR Reiley Henderson scored from 66 yards out on a pass from QB Kody Watts to take a 21-14 lead. 2 plays later, Heritage QB Riley O’Dell hit Ben Lyons who went 80 yards for the game tying score.

In overtime, Skyview RB Parker Henry scored on the Storms first play, going 25 yards untouched, to take a 28-21 lead. Storm DB Mo Morrison picked off O’Dell on Heritage’s first snap for the Skyview win.

Skyview improves to 2-1 and 1-0 in league play on the season with the win, and will travel to Camas (3-0) next Friday, 7:00 p.m. at Doc Harris Stadium. Heritage drops to 0-3 and 0-1 in league play on the season with the loss. Heritage will host Mountain View in a non-league game Friday night, 8:00 p.m. at McKenzie Stadium.

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Heritage Timberwolves

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First Quarter

Sky — Kody Watts 1 run (kick blocked)

Sky — Ellis Henderson 53 punt return (Nick Phillips kick)

Second Quarter

Her — Michael Rivers 12 pass from Jake Dahlberg (Garrett Worle kick)

Third Quarter

Her — Michael Rivers 5 pass from Riley O’Dell (Worle kick)

Fourth Quarter

Sky — Reiley Henderson 66 pass from Watts (Watts run)

Her — Ben Lyons 80 pass from O’Dell (Worle kick)


Sky — Parker Henry 25 run (Phillips kick)


RUSHING — Heritage: Rajheem Carrie 12-30, Rivers 5-26, Gage Boyce 5-25; Skyview: Henry 21-113.

PASSING — Heritage: O’Dell 18-23-1-273, Dahlberg 7-14-3-36; Skyview: Watts 13-21-1-183.

RECEIVING — Heritage: Lyons 4-106, Rivers 4-69, Nate Mitchell 3-45, Steven Nichols 6-31, Trey Robinson 3-25, Andy Bemis 2-18, Carrie 2-14, Boyce 1-1; Skyview: Reiley Henderson 2-75, Ellis Henderson 5-59, Karl Graves 2-31, Mo Morrison 2-14, Forrest Russell 1-4.

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View all 57 of Daves’s photos from the Heritage at Skyview game.

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52 Responses to “Skyview Edges Heritage 28-21 In OT”

  1. wh0 dat? on September 18th, 2010 12:17 pm

    any video of the game

  2. Bryan Levesque on September 18th, 2010 1:42 pm

    editing it right now

  3. sherlocker shocker on September 18th, 2010 10:30 pm

    This game is a classic example of not getting the ball to your most reliable/most talented players on the field and not being able to adjust. If Parker Henry, the best running back in the gshl had an average of 5+ yards a carry against one of the best teams from idaho, why wouldn’t you give him 30+ carries against heritage. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. and if things arent working, then fix them, if you get the ball off of a turnover by your d and you throw a pick off of a screen, that should b a sign. i dont know much about football but if u start with the ball on the opponents 40 or closer then u run the ball until u r third and 6,7, or more. but then again i havent won back to back league championships. the hendersen bros tore it up. linebackers r still shaky. bend but dont break. all in all, not good enough to beat camas, not good enough for third in state.

  4. Shari on September 19th, 2010 3:05 am

    I love Skyview and high school football but I was surprised to see little improvement in the special teams. I only saw one very valiant effort to block a kick.

    It also pained me to see 51 on Heritage late hit, rough, have unsportsmanlike conduct and at one point KICK a player who was down AFTER the whistle. We welcome competitors to the stadium on their best day for a good clean fight but come on, learn some respect.

    Our team is better than they have been looking on the field. I’d like to see all the down field movement followed by a TD rather than being stuck on the 10-20. It’s a long play or a lost play. SKYVIEW needs to decide we are serious and BRING ON THE STORM!

  5. wsumj on September 19th, 2010 8:15 pm

    [edited out comment about Heritage] Same thing with Eagle from Camas… Just make Marshall the full time back and keep Owen at the slot.

    Wish I wouldve went to this game. Sounds epic. Wonder what the Heritage team would’ve been like with Carnell Vernon carrying the ball. He was my preseason underdog as All League RB

  6. southerner on September 19th, 2010 8:43 pm

    Why should Eagle limit himself with one full time back when he has two or more capable backs, both can and do play both ways and they can spell one or the other with a third back?

    Plus Camas has a plethora of receivers that cover the slot fine. AO will always be on the field somewhere!

  7. 40 on September 19th, 2010 9:11 pm

    I think marshall has earned the starting spot and deserves to get most of the carries. I would love to see addison lined up on the outside where he could be a fantastic deep threat.

  8. safetyblitz on September 20th, 2010 9:42 am

    Is anyone wondering why #2 Kieran McDonagh (the backup) QB didn’t get into the game at QB when Watts was struggling? Was anyone at the previous game? Just youtube him and you can see the talent he has.

  9. HHS Alumni on September 20th, 2010 10:14 am

    I’m not sure why you are posting in the wee hours of the morning Shari but let’s not throw stones in glass houses. You have unsaid player who “trash” talks all night long with some vulgar language that most parents would not be very proud of but will not point out his number or who he is. He knows himself because he makes it a habit of repeating himself each week. I’m certain the HHS player did not kick someone on purpose after the whistle. It does get heated out there after all. Just remember, these are kids that are 16-18 years old.

    I will say that watching the game Friday night was awesome not to mention exciting and the host school and it’s fans were very nice and very accomodating given the weather circumstances so a big THANK YOU to the Skyview faithful for that!!! Good luck the rest of the way Storm.

  10. wsumj on September 20th, 2010 11:46 am

    Bryan – Why was my Heritage comment edited? Just curious.

  11. Bryan Levesque on September 20th, 2010 12:39 pm

    I decided to no longer allow any comments about Heritage. Just about every comment left talking about Heritage was either negative, or called out an individual player or parent, and not in a good way. I was tired of having to read them and delete them, so I just cut them off, and I will do so for the rest of the season. Maybe next year Heritage people will get it together and learn how to have good conversation with the rest of the football world. Lets hope so.

  12. LMU Dad on September 20th, 2010 12:57 pm

    Bryan, that really should be the rule for anyone participating in this site. I think many forget that you set this up to be a great place to follow GSHL football. There are a few (and I’m talking mostly adults) that take the information way too seriously. Thanks for all your hard work.

  13. Scotty Pride on September 20th, 2010 2:23 pm

    thank you. great site. not a venue for disgruntled parents

  14. jw on September 20th, 2010 2:54 pm

    Totally agree! This is a great site which is brought down by all the negative comments. Keep it positive or keep it quiet. If you want to criticize players – especially individually – go blog on an NFL website where the players are adults and paid millions of dollars. These kids are just trying to play for fun and don’t need all these adults telling them how bad they are.

  15. Action on September 20th, 2010 4:04 pm

    I agree that we shouldn’t have so many negative comments. That is true… Sad part is this is being shot down because of a FEW knuckle heads… It is disappointing to me that the whole site for our team is shut down because of these people….I also want to make it clear that all the NEGATIVE commments are not just wolfs players, coaches, parents or fans….. I believe they are very few. There are others that are negative to our boys and other programs. I hope they are penalized as well. Sad we can’t write good and positive things about our program, because there is alot of good going on, solid young men and their coaches.
    Why can’t the site just stop certain screen/emails as part of this… I would be willing to help you Bryan to screen these silly mean comments…Thanks for your time.

    Before I quit writing this can I say thank you to Skyview. From the annoucer, the fans and team for a great game. I am glad other teams/fans clapped for our team instead of boos from a previous game. It was a hard fought game and was proud of both teams. Very proud of our team and the way they stepped up to a very good Skyview team.

  16. wsumj on September 20th, 2010 9:59 pm

    Yes, I mentioned two players names… I also mentioned two players names from Camas, they werent deleted. In previous posts, I mentioned names of players from RAL, players from Union, players from Kelso….

    I dont get it. I love this site but it irritates me that my posts are considered negative.

  17. wsumj on September 20th, 2010 10:01 pm

    fyi.. im not a disgruntled fan or parent of anyone that goes to Heritage HS. I follow Heritage because I think its a good program and I have respect for Beckstead.

  18. What Ya Talkin' Bout Willis? on September 20th, 2010 11:13 pm

    @safetyblitz – I was thinking the same team with regards to your comment on McDonagh. I was unable to go to the Heritage, Skyview game, and was shocked when I looked at the game recap that McDonagh had not attempted any passes or rush attempts, leading me to assume that he received no reps at QB, which strikes me as odd since he gave Skyview the best opportunity to win and ultimately got the win against a very good Coeur D’ Alene team.

    Skyview may have gotten the victory against Heritage, but they should have handled them better then a tight OT win. Makes me wonder if the offense can get it done with Watts under center against a better team, such as Camas. I know we only saw McDonagh in a small sample size, but he proved to be more of a dual threat, playmaker, and controlled the game at a better flow. But, as I said it was a small sample size, but it’s very odd he couldn’t get one snap at QB against Heritage based off his last showing. Congrats on the victory though Skyview, and hopefully the team is sharp enough to defeat Camas this weekend!

  19. Skyguy on September 21st, 2010 11:20 am

    Im a full fledged Skyview guy and I love the storm but…..Has any body thought that mabye Heritage is just alot better than they’ve shown, I think we played a good game and Heritage suprissed us.

  20. High School Football Fan I on September 21st, 2010 1:06 pm

    I think you are on to something Skyguy but somewhere in the middle right now. The Timberwolves did play well and are obviously improving each week and it shows on the field. Skyview didn’t have their best game and the combination of the two and you get an exciting OT game. Interesting you point that out as well and no one until now has mentioned it. Good post!

  21. greater saint on September 21st, 2010 1:22 pm

    if skyview wants to beat camas they cant have an average game… heritage has yet to win a game where camas has yet to lose skyview will have to force camas to play bad to have a chance of beating them

  22. Unionisoverrated on September 21st, 2010 2:57 pm

    Kieran McDonagh is the truth. He gives skyview the best chance to win. he can throw the ball. Skyview is loaded with position players , kieran,the henderson brothers, parker henry, and karl graves. Its almost unfair

  23. DCGardner on September 21st, 2010 3:11 pm

    The “truth” is that Skyview almost lost to Heritage who everyone thought was going to be a pushover team. And that could either mean Skyview isn’t as hot as everyone is saying, or that Heritage is not as bad as everyone thought.

    Either way Skyview is going to need to step up their game this Friday if they want to beat Camas at DHS.

  24. Gary Garland on September 21st, 2010 3:14 pm

    What happened to the Camas-Washougal ancient rivalry? Who decided that? Why don’t we have the chance to take down Union this year?Who decided that?We play 4a teams,Why not Union ?????>

  25. CHSbleachercreature on September 21st, 2010 4:17 pm

    Union is overrated- hey dont forget camas’ position athletes… Grindy owen marshall hill faulkner salamanca irvine…. Its almost unfair :)

  26. Shari on September 21st, 2010 5:12 pm

    I’m excited and know that Friday’s game between Skyview and Camas will be a fun game to watch. I’m sad to see that Skyview has dropped in the rankings but am not overly surprised due to the close call with Heritage. I think that SKYGUY may be right, they may be a better team than they have been given credit.

    I LOVE watching the high school players. The willingness to keep going until they get it right! I hope that BRYAN doesn’t mind if I post at 3am because I’m still pumped up after a great game and some steak and eggs at the counter of the late night dinner. I do apologize for offending WSUMJ. Wasn’t my intent and I’ll talk to the staff about our players language.

    We parents at Skyview hope our kids are a taught good conduct and display it even if difficult situations. Age is no excuse! BTW my kid is in the band, I just LOVE football!

  27. k-nute on September 21st, 2010 6:28 pm

    I love that ‘Union is overrated’ this is obviously from someone who did not make the trek to Westview last week, saw no film & is just spouting off @ the mouth. Got news for you – The U looked very, very good & at less than full capacity too. Yeah, it sucks that we cannot see Union/Camas this year, but big picture is the experience playing @ Qwest against the team of the decade may suit the Titans better in the long run, which is where you will find them playing.

    Skyview still must be considered the favorite, but I think last Friday’s game says more about Heritage than Skyview. Still, can’t discount the loss against a good 2A team, but a 2A school nonetheless. HHS must be dealt with, that much is clear.

    4A is just not as clear cut now as it seemingly was pre-season. Lots of really good football still ahead. As of this moment I can’t determine which team has the best shot @ capturing the 4A title, guess it’s just gonna have to be determined on the field in head-to-head play – which is how it should be & is completely awesome.

  28. Unionisoverrated on September 21st, 2010 6:56 pm

    we will see K-nute october 29th when skyviewbeats union for their third straight league title. Hands down the two best teams in ALL Gshl is camas and skyview.

  29. k-nute on September 21st, 2010 8:00 pm

    Well, keep thinking over-confidently. All I’m saying is that Union will not be a push-over by any stretch of the imagination. I gurantee the Storm players & coaching staff will not take a team they have NEVER beat quite so lghtly. You should probably get past Camas & the rest of the league before you start worrying (or not worry, according to you) about the Titans. Odd to hear such boastful statements from SHS. Ordinarily the team, coaches & fans show a little more humility. I’ve always respected the maturity and understated class this program displays. Must be an abberration, one that I am sure is not appreciated by the vast majority of Storm supporters.

  30. k-nute on September 21st, 2010 8:12 pm


  31. Union dad on September 21st, 2010 8:39 pm

    Unionisoverrated, I believe your team should keep their eyes on Camas this week, Eagle has those boy’s getting better every week, the storm are going to have all they can handle they will have to play their best to stay in this one.
    As far as the two best teams, you have to win against the champ before you can take their place, so far the storm and Camas have come close but no cigar for the last two years.
    I am rooting for you guy’s this week it will make october 29 mean so much more if if you guy’s pull the win this week. Good luck.

  32. No Cal Homer on September 21st, 2010 8:46 pm

    I have a special relationship with a few parents at Skyview and I have been open about my support of this program. HOWEVER I agree with the changes in the power rankings and also think that Skyview should utilize their personnel better!

    I am not one to bash or speak poorly about specific players. Also, opinions and honest critiques of performance are all apart of sport, In fact it is part of life in general (i.e. job reviews)…

    Skyview has a ridiculous amount of talent in the skill positions that most HS could only dream of and I am interested to see what adjustments will be made to successfully put Skyview in position to win another 4A league championship!

    Wathcing this team this year makes you realize how good Austin Dodge really was and how well he understood and mastered that Skyview offense. Skyview has two very good QBs but their inexperience and lack of time behind center and within that system will need to improve (quickly) if they are to repeat!

    The season is still young but the time to fix your issues on both offense AND defense are now…if this team holds you to 21 points the should win every game with the weapons that they have when they have the ball!


  33. Ro' on September 21st, 2010 10:06 pm

    I am so tired of the “entitlement syndrome” that is plaguing our society today and on this site it appears to be rampant. I am not surprised that so people feel offended, hurt or saddened when a crass, yet honest and direct opinion about an individual or group performance is being shared!

    PARENTS: the very essence of sport is competition; during competitions someone always ends up on the short end of the score or outcome (especially in sports) and sport often is a reflection of how people will react when they are challenged through other aspects of life…these are teaching moments!

    PLAYERS: stay strong, confident and vigilant in your personal pursuits of success; the outcome and final “score” in your lives lies down a path that many of you have yet to walk!

    ALL of you should enjoy these moments they are fleeting and so rare…petty jealousy, envy and even hatred is not worth your time so don’t stoop the the level of those whom choose to display their ignorance in this manner!

    Hear is a simple thought to live by: Seek the serenity that will allow you to individually accept the things YOU cannot change…the courage to change the things YOU can and the wisdom to know the difference!

    Best of luck to all the participants at any level of sport in our community…
    slow down and be blessed!

  34. stormfanfromwsu on September 21st, 2010 10:45 pm

    I wonder how many of you people on here actually watched the game against heritage. Instead of just looking at the stat sheet the next morning. If kieran should be starting then why is Watts? Don’t be so harsh on here, some kids take serious offense to what you are saying. They still won with him in the game, and completed over 60% of his passes, last time I checked that’s not bad. Just wait tell the camas game skyview will surprise all of you.

  35. greater saint on September 22nd, 2010 6:07 am

    addison owen is gonna be all over henderson all night he will catch a pass or two and probably get a TD but skyview wont be able to rely on him camas wins 35-10

  36. CHSbleachercreature on September 22nd, 2010 6:57 am

    Ehh dont be so quick greater saint- although i do think camas will win similar comments of completely dominating camas were said last year with the camas v union game. And it turned out to be a nail biter. Depends on how well defenses play. Camas by 4

  37. I'minfirstperiod on September 22nd, 2010 8:39 am

    Camas will dominate in every aspect of the game, except the score. Skyview showed us week 2 they know how to bounce back from a 17 point hole in the first quarter… But they’ll come up short.
    Camas 24
    Skyview 21

  38. chrish on September 22nd, 2010 11:29 am

    Everyone seems to making very bold predictions, but these 2 teams are very evenly matched. I think that there are variables that will make this game very difficult to predict. I think that Skyview is a slightly better team, but I don’t think that they have played very well in the early part of the season. Skyview has played a much more difficult schedule. I think that if skyview doesn’t have any mental mistakes like any bad snaps or dropped passes and if the Skyview offense can get ellis the ball more often than he has been getting it, then Skyview will likely win this game. I would not be surprised at all if Camas wins. I think that Camas might have the edge because it is a home game for them and they will have a lot of people in the that 2 game old stadium. Skyview does attract a big crowd even on the road as well. It will definitely be a close game. My prediction is that Skyview will win 31-28 in a great back and fourth game.

  39. What Ya Talkin' Bout Willis on September 22nd, 2010 11:40 am

    @stormfanfromwsu- It’s kind of funny that you call out people for looking at the stat sheet and drawing opinions, then you use stats to back up your opinions.

    In no way was I trying to hurt Watts, I even admitted to not being at the Heritage game. I was just curious why McDonagh received no snaps after his performance against Coeur d’Alene. I was at that game and said it was a small sample size, but you can’t deny the kid has talent and great athleticism. The game was changed when he was subbed in because of his strength and play making abilities. If you weren’t there here are the stats:

    Watts 4-12 0 TD 2 INT 39 YDS
    McDonagh 7-14 3 TD 2 INT 97 YDS

    McDonagh also had more rushing yards than Watts. Not a great performance, but McDonagh did fuel that comeback and got the win. Maybe the performance wasn’t good enough to get a start, but it’s probably good enough to receive some snaps the following game, so Skyview can figure out what they have. Like I said, not a personal attack, just surprised.

  40. All State FS #27 on September 22nd, 2010 1:31 pm

    Skyview has a lot of talent and a great QB, but Camas is just too much. I’d say Camas wins 63-3. TRUST ME. I WATCH THE TAPE.

  41. greater saint on September 22nd, 2010 3:13 pm

    camas did dominate union last year but only for 3 quarters… camas isnt going to let up on a team like skyview

  42. stormthestands on September 22nd, 2010 6:03 pm

    Skyview DOES have a great QB and great receivers Defense is struggling but will pull it together. It will be a good game on Friday! GO STORM!

  43. greater saint on September 22nd, 2010 10:02 pm

    camas has the best QB in the GSHL now skywiew has the best WR in the GSHL both have good RB so this game is gonna be about defense and i give camas the edge plus camas is home with a new stadium and alot more fans…. if the skyview fan base shows up maybe skyview will hang around camas and cause an upset MAYBE but i still think camas is going to show how really good they are in this game.

  44. StormChaser on September 22nd, 2010 10:12 pm

    Its a little hard to say that Camas has the best QB in the GSHL. Grindy no doubt is a great QB but is also surrounded by a ton of weapons. I think Watts and from what Ive seen of McDonagh that they are just as good but they’re timing with some of they’re receivers has been off. I think that if the storm offence plays up to the level they’re capable of, we’re going to have a shoot out Friday night. going to be a great game. I give Skyview the upset 35-28.

  45. CHSbleachercreature on September 22nd, 2010 10:36 pm

    I will admit i dont know much about skyview. But it seems to me after reading posts, stats and watching videos that they have a bit of a qb complication? ellis is a great reciever but if he cant have a qb get it to him he becomes less of a threat. I am not saying either of skyviews qbs cannot do this. I just think there is more of a question mark around the skyview qbs compared to the camas qb situation… Which is very clear :) i would say both rbs are very similar and neither one stands out against eachother. I think the wr crew + grindy gives the offensive advantage to camas.

    On special teams, camas knows all too well that ellis can return anything to the house, but i think camas’ special teams defense has improved. The returns that addison has are usually very long and are very advantageous for field position but that being said i think the chance of major plays coming off special teams gives skyview the advantage. (although camas has seemed to find a plan for blocking kicks pretty well, so dont think any field goal or point after is a certain one)

    defense is what i think will determine this game. I cannot say much about skyviews d (again because i have not seen them play much) but to be successful against the camas o its dbs are gunna need a great game shutting down the wrs, and the lbs have to have a good game keeping marshall in check. Camas on the other hand has a db core that are extremely athletic and i believe they can slow and stop the skyview air game. The lbs also have to have a great game to keep henry under control for the night.

    Ultimately i think it will come down to defense. Who can create more turnovers, and stop the big plays from happening.
    Go Camas!

  46. StormChaser on September 22nd, 2010 10:57 pm

    Okay ill break down the two teams by position,
    RB-Skyview (debatable but I think Parker is more difficult to bring down)
    LB-Camas (seem to do well against the run)
    Special Teams-Skyview
    Kicker (because every point of this game will be crucial)- Skyview

    This is just my thinking, but I will say that non of this matters. An unbelievable amount of talent will be on the field on Friday. Which means the game can go any way at any time. Going to be a pleasure to watch our young men compete.

  47. Trunks on September 22nd, 2010 11:44 pm

    Storm chaser-
    I think you were very fair about the breakdown by position. But you failed to mention offensive and defensive line. I think that is where camas could have an advantage. Odin Coe is an absolute stud and tears it up on both sides of the ball. Should be interesting to see how the skyview oline deals with him.

  48. greater saint on September 23rd, 2010 12:39 am

    odin is gonna keep skyviews QB scrambling all night long and having to make quick passes

    storm chaser ur breakdown is almost accurate i would say camas has better DBs and special teams are pretty even for both teams

    ellis and addison can make a return a TD both are very capable camas also has marshall back there with addison so two huge threats is better then one i would say..

    after last year camas wants this bad there bringing their A game and i hope skyview does too becuase i dont want to see the skyview that played heritage i want the best of both teams this is almost as big as camas vs union last year im so excited to see this game

  49. greater saint on September 23rd, 2010 12:41 am

    tomorrow we will find out who the experts pick and that is gonna be a hard one

  50. southerner on September 23rd, 2010 5:02 am

    Stormchaser, I will concur with you on each of your Camas/ Skyview breakdowns other than the DB’s. Camas DB’s would rise above Sky’s, no question. More picks, harder hitters – bar none!

    In addition, greater saint is right about the tandem of A. Owens and Z. Marshall, that’s too strong a pair to stop.

  51. greater saint on September 23rd, 2010 8:36 am

    skyview will probably punt out of bounds every time and try to get touchback on kick off though to evade the run back and camas will probably try the same

  52. High School Football Fan I on September 23rd, 2010 8:44 am

    There will be an unbelievable amount of talent on the field for this game. Both teams are very strong in certain areas and require improvement in others. I’m sure both coaches will agree with that. Skyview seems to have been a little more battle tested to this point than Camas but who knows, is Skyview better on paper than on the field? Has Camas proven to be better than expected through 3 games on the field? Not sure just yet based on what we have seen. This game will give us much needed answers to those questions. Either way, win or lose this game really means more to the coaches about moving forward and improving in those “areas” of need as both teams head towards the playoff’s. I truly believe turnover’s will decide the outcome of this game and the loser will be kicking themselves in the butt realizing one got away!

    My Pick: Too close to call!!!

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