Union Gives Statement In 56-13 Win Over Heritage

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 26, 2009

The Union Titans let everyone know they are for real. Last week the Titans lost to Foothill up in Seattle and some were questioning if the Titans were as strong as last years team. Friday night Union destroyed Heritage 56-13.

Union RB Blake Russell rushed for 3 TD in the win, while Heritage QB Garrett Grayson threw 2 TD’s in the loss.

With the win, Union improves to 3-1 and will host Columbia River (1-3) Friday to open league play.

Heritage falls to 1-3 on the season with the loss and will travel to Battle Ground Friday to open league play.

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Rushing — Heritage: Mike McDonald 11-33, Grayson 11-25; Union: Russell 13-80, Brody-Heim 6-66, Penaranda 8-60, Zak Browning 3-25.

Passing — Heritage: Grayson 18-36-0-198, McDonald 1-1-0-1; Jake Dahlberg 0-1-0-0; Union: Weller 8-12-0-175.

Receiving — Heritage: Hatchett 5-79, Ben Lyons 6-63, Doug Van Aalst 4-51, McDonald 3-5, Grayson 1-1; Union: Saylor 5-109, Taylor Nelson 2-55, Penaranda 1-11.

First Quarter
U — Blake Russell 1 run (Jed Barnett kick)
U — Mitch Saylor 45 pass from Brandon Weller (Barnett kick)
U — Weller 1 run (Barnett kick)
Second Quarter
U — Russell 1 run (Barnett kick)
Her — C.J. Hatchett 42 pass from Garrett Grayson (kick blocked)
Third Quarter
U — Russell 4 run (Barnett kick)
U — Nathaniel Penaranda 12 run (Barnett kick)
Fourth Quarter
U — Brandon Brody-Heim 11 run (Barnett kick)
U — Brody-Heim 27 run (Barnett kick)
Her — Hatchett 8 pass from Grayson (Garrett Worle kick)

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66 Responses to “Union Gives Statement In 56-13 Win Over Heritage”

  1. GSHL Observer on September 26th, 2009 8:30 am

    Um, OK. What is Heritage about? They were down 56-6 in the fourth quarter and Grayson and the starters stay in and finish the game? The Titans had their JV defensive players in the whole fourth quarter. If I were a player at Heritage I would ask the question of your coaches if the program is about Grayson or the future of the program. Do the T-wolves even have other quarterbacks and if they do why were they not in the game gaining varsity time? OH, I get it. It’s about personal statistics and not the team. This is really sad for all the other hard working kids wanting to play. I mean, it’s a non-league game. I just don’t get it. On the positive side for Union though is the fact that Heritage was only able to score one touchdown on Union’s third team players and the Union JV offense scored several touchdowns against the Heritage defensive starters. Something to be said about that, WOW! Also, great job Skyview, I had a feeling you would step up.

  2. Knute on September 26th, 2009 9:20 am

    I just hope the Heritage fans learned a lesson about putting too much pressure on their kids. Union has a bunch of 3 year starters, difficult to overcome that kind of experience. Why anyone thought this would be close is beyond me.

  3. someone on September 26th, 2009 11:53 am

    Unbelievable coaching decisions by Twolves. Wrong players in the game at the start. The kids need to be put ina position where they can suceed and that is just not happening

  4. twolffan on September 26th, 2009 12:12 pm

    We were physically overmatched last night. Period.

  5. GSHL Fan on September 26th, 2009 4:14 pm

    Union phsically kicked Heritage’s butt last night. They did whatever they pleased last night and Heritage gave up way too early. I will note though that I believe #24, #21, and I believe it was #23 who played without a doubt the hardest last night. I think #24 was playing both ways and he was flying around hitting anything in his path. #21, without a doubt isn’t the biggest linebacker and certainly didn’t receive any help from his d-line but I saw him fill the gap as hard as he could even if BIG 75 was in his way. He kept fighting and didn’t quit. #23 was the only reason why Heritage even scored last night. I hope Heritage can find themselves this week because Battle Ground is a run team as well.

  6. WSU.MJ on September 26th, 2009 5:55 pm

    GSHL Fan. If my roster is correct:

    #21 – Joe Rhea SR. LB 5-8/171
    #23- C.J. Hatchett SR WR 6-3/188
    #24 – Michael Matsubura SR RB 5-9/194

    GSHL Observer -

    Hertiage has SO Jake Dahlberg as a backup QB. Outstanding athlete.

  7. senior twolf on September 26th, 2009 7:17 pm

    last night we came out ready, and got hit in the face and didn’t know how to respond, union physically was bigger then us, but many players including my self were going 100 mph all the time and if the rest of the team can follow that then we can be successful but until that happens the outcome will be the same, i don’t care what anyone person on this website thinks ill stand by the squad that i have to my left and right and , the coaching staff the reason we stayed in was cause we had pride, time to work hard for the 5th week in the row… oh and to clear any confusion mike mcdonald number 31, was wearing 24 for mike matsubara a fallen senior, and garret was wearing 8 for cody yahn.

  8. computercoach on September 26th, 2009 8:45 pm

    twolffan, you were not overmatched, you were out coached
    you have the talent and the football players.
    I am afraid that your coach just does not use the talent wisely.
    those kids played hard they just did not have a chance during or before the game.

  9. twolffan on September 26th, 2009 9:23 pm

    Neither playing hard or coaching matter when you drop passes or miss tackles. C’mon, computer coach, you should know that. Coaches coach, players play.

  10. Knute on September 26th, 2009 9:30 pm

    I disagree with everything computercoach said, like I said Union has a ton of 3 year starters. Just look @ last years All league selections for 3A, it’s overwhelmingly Union Juniors, & they finished 2nd in state. So, Heritage does not have that level of athlete acrossed the board. Also, I have a problem with calling out a Head Coach of a High School team. These guys get paid something like $500 for the entire season. Clearly they do it because they love football & love connecting with young men. There is no way I would ever criticize someone for that just on principle alone. We don’t call out our local congressman as much as we do our high school football coaches & they make 6 figures. Lets put things in perspective, it’s not like you pay a ton of money to be in some booster club or pay an annual ‘donation’ for your season tickets, or your Head Coach is the highest paid public official in the state…when was the last time anyone ever complained publicly on a web site about your kids’ english teacher? Lets lay off the coaches here, theyr’e just following their passion, can you say the same?

  11. GSHL Observer on September 26th, 2009 9:32 pm

    Note what you want. The only reason Heritage scored last night was because Union made some mistakes. I think Heritage needs to re-think their program and evaluate their coaching staff. They did not represent themselves professionally or otherwise. Maybe there should be a change of philosophy so the kids actually have a chance to succeed and win. Why hold back perfectly good players and their work ethic? Being an embarassment does not breed success. Twolffan was correct that Heritage was way overmatched physically. The T-wolves were done before they started. what’s up with that?

  12. pro scout on September 26th, 2009 9:34 pm

    That the Heritage Football Program has steadily gotten worse in the last three years. In the season of 2007, Heritage was a powerful football team 7wins 3 loses. Great line play, a more balanced offence. Solid Defense. Good special teams play. The 2008 team (last year 5-5) they fell in love with the pass, and lost track of the TEAM aspect. The line play and running game was poor. The defense was undisciplined. The only reason they won 5 games was the passing game combined with weak schedule. They never beat a team that made the playoffs. This years team… (1-3)is the most undisciplined team I have never seen. Late hits, Yapping after the play, yapping on this website after there one win. Two roughing the kicker plenty’s on extra points. Playing the starters when they are down by 50 points. When the other team is clearing the bench. They say a football team takes on the personality of the Head Coach. This Head Coach will be lucky to win a game next year when his quarterback is gone.

  13. camas alumni on September 26th, 2009 9:37 pm

    also keep in mind that the mistakes made by union that led to that heritage TD was by unions 2nd the 3rd string O not the starters

  14. Knute on September 26th, 2009 10:11 pm

    wrong C.A.! You didn’t even go to the Camas game yet you post something about this game? The 1st TD was a beautifully thrown spiral that landed soft as a baby’s [but] in the hands of a talented T-Wolf reciever over 2 of Union’s starting D. No one is a bigger honk for the U than me, but you cannot take anything away from Heritage for that particular play, it was pure perfection.

  15. GSHL Observer on September 26th, 2009 10:18 pm

    OK, another question about Heritage and their coaching. Why continue to run the clock down each offensive play when you are down by four touchdowns? Maybe you should huddle and run more plays quickly so you do not keep beating yourselves. Your BS offense kills you every game. Give the kids a chance to win and do not keep dragging them down. You have too many good athletes to treat them as you do.

  16. GSHL Fan on September 26th, 2009 10:21 pm

    Did it ever occur to you Knute that he wasn’t talking about the first touchdown but the one they got in the fourth quarter when Union had second string out on the field? I was there, and it happened.

    And I think since he didn’t go to the Camas game (like you said…), but the Union v. Heritiage game, I think he has every right to comment on this game.


  17. Knute on September 26th, 2009 10:40 pm

    GSHL Fan…people come on here to get information about football & the teams in this area. Your little personal vendetta towards me only derails the conversation, and speaks to your character & your intelligience. (sound familiar?)

    C.A. admitted that he didn’t attend the Camas game, what makes you think he was @ this game? For all you & I know Mel wouldn’t let him out of his dish washing gig @ the diner in time to catch the 4th quarter of the game he speaks about yet wasn’t at…. thought I told you to stop reading my posts

  18. prairiesfuture on September 26th, 2009 10:43 pm

    Actually, “pro scout,” maxpreps scores show that in heritage wins last season, d played well! Gave up less than 10 points/game in those wins. Losses have come just like this season with offense out of rhythm and with no identity. Columbian said hhs o had 5 yards on 1st 3 possessions. D has been on field way too long this season. They get off the field only to get right back on the very next play. Look at WF West game.

  19. GSHL Fan on September 26th, 2009 11:00 pm

    I never derailed from this topic at all.

    You assumed that what C.A. was talking about was the first touchdown Heritage scored. I corrected you. Why don’t you respond to that part of my post?

    As for C.A. admitting that he wasn’t at the Camas game, I have no idea what you mean by that. You say “You didn’t even go to the Camas game yet you post something about this game?”. Are you saying that since he didn’t go to the Camas game that he cannot post something about the game he was actually at? The Camas game isn’t what this is about anyway. However, I do know that he was at the game because he was there with me.

    Nice bit about the dishwashing though. Classy.

  20. camas alumni on September 26th, 2009 11:56 pm

    Knute knute knute i can see this is going to go on for the whole season…. and i did go to the game and the reason GSHL Fan knows that is becuase he happens to be a friend of mine and we went to the game

  21. camas alumni on September 26th, 2009 11:57 pm

    i gotta question for ya knute out of curiosity … how old are you?

  22. Knute on September 27th, 2009 12:10 am

    Gawd, no one cares about this. I’m 48…you kids run along now & STAY OFF MY LAWN!

  23. camas alumni on September 27th, 2009 12:28 am

    you would think a 48 year old would be well… more polite and not take something some one says and put it right back in their face… im referring to your post where you end ur first statement with saying “(sound familiar)”

  24. GSHL Fan on September 27th, 2009 1:53 am

    I totally agree with prairesfuture comment. If you attended the Union game, the Heritage Offense struggled tremendously throughout the first half and constantly kept putting out the unmatched Heritage Defense against the Unions offense. Yes, Union’s offense was marching down the field during their first drives which all resulted to touchdowns. But, Heritage’s defense I believe were getting into a rhythm as well and stopping their run game. Russell, and the Panaranda kid had most of their rushing yards come from the second and third quarter. If that defense coordinator for Heritage would’ve opened his eyes and recognized that he has was starting two 5’5″ corners against a 6’4″ receiver and RBs that were well beyond their size, the Heritage team might’ve cut the lead down to maybe a touchdown by the half. This was a mental mistake by the players for giving up and as well as the coaching staff.

    I still stand by my earlier comment that those few players, #24, #23, #21, and also even though it took him a while, #8. These key players kept fighting while the rest of the Heritage team waited for the game to be over.

  25. prairiesfuture on September 27th, 2009 10:13 am

    A lot of union scoring drives came on such short fields. From what I remember it was 21-0 when Heritage started putting bigger corners out there and were finally starting to gain some confidence. Then union got the ball back on the one yard line and scored. Now it’s 28-0 and all the life is sucked out of the enitre hhs side of the stadium, players, fans, coaches included. Heritage finally mustered a score and the defense got another stop, but hhs couldn’t put the ball in the end zone before half. If thye could have scored before and then after half its a whole new game.

  26. Eowyn on September 27th, 2009 11:10 am

    Wow, logged into today to see what people had to say about the thorough thrashing the U gave to Heritage and was disgusted to see all the personal bashing going on. All three of you – Knute, GSHL Fan, and Camas Alumni – should stay off here if you are going to communicate with each other at such a base level. It is pretty clear that you three are not really as interested in football as you think you are.

    As for the game, Heritage was clearly outclassed and outmatched in just about every way. I was excited to see the quarterback for Heritage play, but was really disappointed the rest of the team could not make a better showing. The first TD pass by the twolves was BEAUTIFUL, but that was the only bright spot in an otherwise dismal game for them. I actually got bored watching, until the 3rd and 4th quarter where we got a chance to really see some of the younger Titans play. Last year, those of us who saw the Freshman U team got to know just how good Brandon Brody-Heim is and it was great to see him run the ball in for two TDs. One thing is for sure, the Titans bench is DEEP!

    By the way, is it just me, or is the Titan kicker awesome or what? I always hear about the QBs, the TEs, RBs, and WRs, but man, that kid can has a lot more to do with Titan success than he ever gets credit for.

  27. GSHL Observer on September 27th, 2009 11:52 am

    Jed Barnett (kicker for Union) is as quality an individual as you will ever find in a high school student athlete. He will do great things in his life and will succeed in anything he puts his mind too. I am looking forward to his collegiate kicking career and beyond. Mark my words, he is on his way to great things in the future. Good luck young man.

  28. Knute on September 27th, 2009 1:50 pm

    Eowyn & others…I apologize for getting dragged down into the mud w/that idiotic conversation I was involved in earlier. I am here because I really do enjoy football in this area, and support all those who participate.

  29. GSHL Observer on September 27th, 2009 3:29 pm

    Senior Twolf,

    You and your teammates deserve a great deal of respect. I believe you will recover and do well this season and I know you are working hard and your committment to team and coaching is real and admirable. Keep fighting your butts off and good things can happen. Football is the greatest sport on the face of the earth and you are part of it. You will remember these relationships for the rest of your life and make the most of the position you are in. You guys need to have some fun and that will happen if you continue to work hard and compete to the end. I saw a lot of good things you all did in the game Friday night and you will see them in the game films. Build on them for the league schedule. Good luck.

  30. NoCal Homer on September 27th, 2009 3:45 pm

    NoCal – Just wondering but do you know or have you met Mr. Henderson?

  31. FootballRox on September 27th, 2009 3:47 pm

    Great game Union you outplayed them all night and are getting better every week I see you play. Camas and the rest of 3A had better watchout in the future if they want to even have a chance of touching you.

    Knute- You started the arguement when you messed up with C.A. bro, don’t try to back pedal out of it.

  32. Ro' on September 27th, 2009 3:56 pm

    There’s always a level of envy at this level amongst parents and “some” players as well. People should allow the players to “play” and the remainder will take care of itself.

    BTW NoCal u sent yourself a note???

  33. camas alumni on September 27th, 2009 4:21 pm

    knute if you are really sorry SHOW IT!!!!

  34. camas alumni on September 27th, 2009 4:25 pm

    knute: if you are really sorry SHOW IT!!!! stop making ur lil 2 cent comments and talk football……. for all those you have found this infuriating to see on here i am truly sorry but as much as i want to be the bigger person i cant allow some one to talk crap about me….

  35. twolffan on September 27th, 2009 5:10 pm

    Yes, Camas Alumni, you can just let someone talk crap about you. Just like all the coaches, players, teams, etc. that everyone comes on here to talk “crap” about, they turn the other way.

  36. anonymous on September 27th, 2009 5:36 pm

    when did people get so heated over highschool football?

  37. anonymous on September 27th, 2009 5:41 pm

    I think Heritage should run that NASCAR thing alot more often, i’ve seen nothin but success from it.

  38. camas alumni on September 27th, 2009 5:42 pm

    actually this is a forum where people are entitled to thier opinion and if some one says something about a team that you disagree with .. you usually comment back instead of letting it go

  39. World Of Warcraft Fan on September 27th, 2009 8:46 pm

    Special Teams win games.

  40. HHS Alumni on September 27th, 2009 9:16 pm

    GSHL Fan. If my roster is correct:

    #21 – Joe Rhea SR. LB 5-8/171
    #23- C.J. Hatchett SR WR 6-3/188
    #24 – Michael McDonald SR 5-10/190

    GSHL Observer -

    “Hertiage has SO Jake Dahlberg as a backup QB. Outstanding athlete”.

    Heritage has 2 very capable QB’s in the barn my friend! Mark it!

  41. camas alumni on September 28th, 2009 9:59 am

    now heritage needs an o line that can give these QB’s time and wide outs and or TE that can catch and make plays then heritage will be a contender

  42. U biggest fan ever on September 28th, 2009 12:04 pm

    Heritage has potential but not toughness. We smeared them Friday. If they ever get it going, watch out.

  43. Painter3 on September 28th, 2009 1:51 pm

    We (Heritage) need to work hard this week to beat BG who have been surprisingly good. After that we have a few weeks before we have a challenge again. I can’t believe how the game went, it was my worst nightmare, but it’s behind us now and we need to move on and get better. I’ve said this before, don’t count us out, we will work our way back to the top.

  44. BestRhea21 on September 28th, 2009 2:10 pm

    Our tough preseason is over. Now the games count. We prepared all summer for these next 5 games. Coaches know we will give teams are best. League title is ours to lose.

  45. franklyspeaking on September 28th, 2009 4:06 pm

    Knute, I have to agree with computurecoach on this one
    The coaching for heritage is questionable at best.
    That team has talent especially at qb and running back and the receivers are not any worse or better than any other team. (Sailor dropped two)
    You can not put that much pressure on one individual (qb) to win your games
    Have some kind of balance.
    Run the ball, play action, screens, draws, dumps to the backs do something solid and consistent.
    Spread offense, no backs, pass, pass, and pass, the defense just puts their ears back and come
    And will usually get there.
    Heritage played 8 in the box and covered Sailor with a kid that is 5’7” tall Sailor is 6’6”
    The only thing worst would have been if the kid covered him in flip flops
    Knute the lower the level of football or any sport the coaches have to coach or teach and be more active in the games
    Because the players are not top athletes or professionals coaching make more of a difference the lower you go.

    My passion might be to be an airline pilot but if i am not qualified are you going to let me be your pilot because its my passion knute?

  46. franklyspeaking on September 28th, 2009 4:26 pm

    On a different subject I don’t understand a no huddle offense that takes for ever to snap the ball.
    If you tell me that it’s to change the play on the line of scrimmage to counter the defense
    What is to stop the defense from changing or giving you fake fronts?
    Again to much thinking not enough basics like running,tackling.

  47. camas alumni on September 28th, 2009 4:46 pm

    depending on one player does not work.. a few years ago battle ground had a kid by the name of manny melo he did everything for them QB WR RB KR PR it was crazy to see him do everything and well it didnt do much for them they had a winning season but couldnt compete with the top notch teams…. heritage is finding out the hard way that depending on grayson wont get them very far

  48. GSHL Observer on September 28th, 2009 7:19 pm


    Sailor is spelled Saylor and I know you know that but if you want to come on then come on. I believe the kid covering Saylor was 5′ 1″ in semi flip flops. Review the pictures to find out. The Heritage players might want to switch to water socks at the very least because they are treading it. In terms of coaching, I give up and the T-wolf fans need to decide their fate. If they are as good as they all claim, then the T-wolves will win the GSHL 4A with no problem. By the way, a greater concern for the T-wolves should have been the second and third team running backs from Union that absolutely torched them. Whatsup, Whatsup, Whatsup, Worst, Word?

  49. Painter3 on September 28th, 2009 8:59 pm

    Our corners are 5′ 6″ and 5′ 8″, both weigh about 150. Keep talking [stuff] about them but lets see how the next few teams do against them without 6” 6″ recievers. Both are also extremely fast, both run 4.5′s, much faster than Saylor will ever run. But they were no doubt overmatched by the biggest reciever around.

  50. Painter3 on September 28th, 2009 9:02 pm

    And GHSL Observer, what team is still trying when they’re down by more than 40 points? We weren’t either, so its not like Union’s JV was running all over our starting defense. The JV might as well have been out there for us too

  51. Ro' on September 28th, 2009 9:14 pm

    They should pre-sale tickets for the Camas/Union game about two weeks out and then take standing room only day of game…there’s NO ONE in 3A GSHL who can play with those two teams. I would love to see them both move into the 4A GSHL!

  52. MVHS athlete on September 28th, 2009 10:05 pm

    so your saying your team is a bunch of quitters?

  53. camas alumni on September 28th, 2009 11:24 pm

    they really need to renovate doc harris stadium…. if camas is gonna play big games like this the need more seats… i was told they were gonna do this summer of 07 and well it hasnt happen i was told they were gonna make the away side just as big as the home side is now and then extend the home side and there was a rumore of tearing up the turf and replacing it with black turf wich would be so amazingly awesome!!!! but it prob is nothing more then a rumor :( but i can hope :)

  54. camas alumni on September 28th, 2009 11:25 pm

    and god knows camas has the money to do such a thing!!!!

  55. GSHLFTBALL FAN on September 29th, 2009 7:41 am

    I have been told by many people within admin and within the Camas football team that the renovation will start immediately after the last gmae played at Doc Harris this year.

    It will include a larger home and visitor side. I beleive the total capacity is to be 3,500-4,500 I don’t remember which. Also there will be a new turf, but I was not told any specifics on colors etc. There were no mentions of lights or anything else.

  56. GSHL Dad on September 29th, 2009 8:41 am

    I was told by the Camas A.D. that the home side is going to be torn down right after this season . There are currently 700-800 seats. The new stands will seat 3000. The visiting side will be 1000 seats, but it may not be done this year. Also, the turf and lights will be done with the new home stands.

  57. twolfplyer93 on September 29th, 2009 9:41 am

    the d played hard its true they are on the feild too long it makes it hard to get stops when the o cant get things going i a d player i know what it feels like to work so hard at stoping the other teams o and have our own o comeout and just through it away. another thing is there kicker it was hard to get things going when were always pined back at our own 20. just wait we will do big this this week and for the rest of the sesson this same stuff happened last year we will be just fine.

  58. Ro' on September 29th, 2009 10:12 am

    It is a fact that Doc Harris WILL be renovated at season end. When finished it will most likely be the best facility for HS football in Clark County. The economics are there through the district and the community as well!

    More room, bigger plaza and concessions. This is already one of the best home environments from a fans perspective…those BBQ & Grills are incredible!

  59. fannnngshl on September 29th, 2009 10:40 am

    so your telling franklyspeaking that heritage should also work on not being quitters aswell as blocking, running and tackling.
    And if saylor is so slow why not cover him with a slower taller players????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

  60. franklyspeaking on September 29th, 2009 11:18 am

    painter3, the only way those kids run a 4.5 is
    if they are wearing colors and on thoroughbred

    Ps. sorry to Mr. Saylor for misspelling his name.

  61. camas alumni on September 29th, 2009 11:45 am

    that is awesome to hear gshlftball fan and gshl dad and Ro…. finally!!!! the year they played lakes in the playofffs and lost 21-3 i sat in pouring rain to watch the game cuase the front few seat are not covered it was awful!!!!!

  62. BestRhea21 on September 29th, 2009 1:35 pm

    We will work harder then anyone the rest of the year.

  63. camas Alumni on September 29th, 2009 5:12 pm

    when ur gonna say something like that… you should prob mention ur team lol

  64. Knute on September 29th, 2009 7:09 pm

    Sad news out of the Spokane area as a 17 year old Valley Christian football player died today. The result of an injury he received during last Friday’s game against LaCrosse-Washtucna. Thoughts & prayers for the family of the fallen player.

  65. twolffan on September 29th, 2009 7:52 pm

    I honestly think heritage’s defense has been working their butts off and has the potential to be great. The offense need’s to start doing their jobs at every position and the receivers need to figure out how to catch the ball grayson is a great QB and isnt able to show it. the coaches at heritage are great and none of the losses this year should be blammed on them all coaches make some mistakes even union its really the players that play the game and score.

  66. scuba steve on September 30th, 2009 12:39 pm

    word is that union football has been hit hard by the flu. at least half their starters haven’t been practicing this week and are not expected to play this friday.

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