High School: Denton Guyer

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ESPN.com Big 12 blogger David Ubben says Baylor QB Nick Florence of South Garland, Oklahoma State WR Josh Stewart of Denton Guyer and Texas RB Joe Bergeron of North Mesquite are three players to watch in the Big 12 this year.

Defense powers FM Marcus girls into playoffs

February, 9, 2012
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The defending Class 5A state champion Flower Mound Marcus boys are attracting all the attention heading into the playoffs, but the Marcus girls may be poised for a run of their own behind a stellar defense.

Marcus (22-12, 11-3 in 8-5A) finished second in a highly competitive District 8-5A behind Plano West and held numerous area powerhouses to surprisingly low point totals.

Plano West, No. 3 in the ESPNDallas.com Class 5A area rankings, boasts one of the best offenses in the area and averages 64 points per game. It scored just 47 in a win over Marcus.

Plano East, which averages 57 points per game, put up just 29 on Marcus in a loss earlier this year.

Plano isn't too far behind East and West at 56 points per game. In two games against Marcus, Plano scored 29 and 37 points -- both losses.

On the year, Marcus is giving up 42 points per game, and any team with a great defense has a chance to win.

Unfortunately for Marcus, it opens the playoffs against a team that may have an even better defense -- Denton Guyer.

Guyer (25-8, 10-4 in 7-5A) finished dead last in District 7-5A a year ago and had its issues even before it moved up to 5A, but the team has rebounded under second-year coach Harold Colson, who put together strong defensive teams during his tenure at Arlington High.

The Lady Wildcats give up a miniscule 34 points per game.

The two play at 6 p.m. on Monday at Trophy Club Byron Nelson in a game where points will be at a premium.

Stanford-bound Crane part of big Guyer class

February, 1, 2012
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The class of 2011 turned a young Denton Guyer program into a contender. The class of 2012 proved that the Wildcats are here to stay.

Many thought Guyer would suffer a heavy drop off this season after losing a star-studded class that included quarterback J.W. Walsh. While the Wildcats lost in the area round, they still put together a strong season with another talented class.

Signing day makes that evident. Guyer had six players sign with FBS schools on Wednesday among nine total, a class that served as rebuilding blocks for the Wildcats but could have been a seminal group at another school.

"I think they overachieved," said head coach John Walsh. "They were a group that came in as freshman that we weren't too fired up about. It wasn't like they wowed us. They just win."

Receiver Conner Crane signed with Stanford after a stellar high school career. He caught 16 touchdown passes in 2011 in addition to 996 yards.

Guyer built its program on toughness along the defensive line, and its signing class reflects that. Defensive tackles Cody Henessee and Dan Kottman signed with Rice and San Diego State, respectively.

Defensive end Diontre Thomas signed with Louisiana-Monroe and Dominic Ramacher, the nation's third-ranked tight end, signed with Oklahoma State. John Ferguson, who played offensive line for Guyer, signed with Navy as a defensive end.

Lincoln girls take down DISD Tournament title

December, 30, 2011
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DALLAS -- ESPNHS girls Fab 50 No. 39 Dallas Lincoln held off district rival Dallas Skyline 66-60 on Thursday to claim the gold medal in the DISD/Coca-Cola Tournament.

Junior guard Breanna Hayeden led the Tigers with 19 points, followed by Alisha Washington with 15 and tournament MVP Kelsey Criner with 14.

Skyline guard Jen Von'Ta Hill tallied a game-high 22 points in the losing effort.

Girls third-place game: Little Rock Parkview 51, Denton Guyer 36.

Parkview all-tournament selection Erin Peoples netted a team-high 10 points to claim the third place trophy for the state of Arkansas.

She tied Guyer's all-tournament selection Jasmine Leday for the game-high in scoring.

A 21-7 third quarter was enough to push Parkview to a lead it wouldn't relinquish.

Boys consolation championship: West Mesquite 77, Plano East 73.

West Mesquite's one-two punch of Anthony Walker and all-tournament selection Braylon Rayson took down Plano East with point totals of 24 and 23, respectively.

Plano East guard Marcus Mathieu led the Panther's scoring with 22 points.

Guyer, Corsicana soph QBs made a splash

December, 29, 2011
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NEWCOMERS OF THE YEAR

Class 5A: QB Jerrod Heard, Denton Guyer

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The task for the 6-foot-2, 180-pound sophomore was not an easy one. He had to replace J.W. Walsh, a quarterback that in 2010 guided Guyer to the Class 5A Division II state championship game while throwing for 3,518 yards and rushing for 1,642.

While Heard couldn’t match the numbers of Walsh, who headed off to Oklahoma State, he was able to lead Guyer two rounds deep into the playoffs. The Wildcats finished 8-4 and tied for second place in District 7-5A.

Heard completed 58.3 percent of his passes for 2,286 yards and 28 touchdowns. He added 650 rushing yards on 136 carries (4.8 yard average) for five touchdowns.

In Guyer’s double-overtime 41-35 bi-district victory over Hebron, Heard had one of his best performances of the season, throwing for 280 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 105 yards.

The prospect of two more seasons with Heard has to be exciting for Wildcats fans.

Class 4A: QB DeVontay Bell, Corsicana

The move of the 5-foot-10, 170-pound sophomore to quarterback in Phil Castles' offense helped the Tigers reach the Class 4A Division II state semifinals.

When defenses concentrated too much on Corsicana running back Cameron Washington, Bell made them pay. He completed 113 of 215 passes for 1,411 yards and 12 touchdowns. He did even more damage as a ball-carrier, with 1,495 yards and 21 touchdowns on 211 carries.

Bell helped the Tigers to a 13-2 record, the most wins for Corsicana since the 1982 state finalist team.

In Corsicana’s 52-31 regional playoff victory over Frisco Centennial, Bell rushed for 124 yards and one touchdown and threw for 156 yards and two scores.

The experience of a 15-game season should be valuable for Bell in his remaining two seasons for the Tigers.

Mansfield runs past Denton Guyer to advance

November, 20, 2011
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ARLINGTON, Texas -- If there was ever a time for a statement victory for Mansfield, it was Saturday night. Late Saturday night.

Mansfield concluded a Cowboys Stadium postseason quadruple-header with an impressive 48-24 victory over Denton Guyer in a Class 5A Division II Region I area-round playoff.

Credit Mansfield’s win to its stellar defensive play, as its front seven had one of its best games of the year. The Tigers sacked Guyer quarterback Jerrod Heard nine times and recorded two interceptions.

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Class 5A: Div. I | Div. II
Class 4A: Div. I | Div. II

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5A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
5A Division II: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
4A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
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Take away a 95-yard touchdown run by Sebastian Williams and a 68-yard pass from Heard to Williams and Mansfield held Guyer to 125 total yards.

“We have a really good defensive line, and you can’t put all your attention to just one player,” said senior defensive end Mouf Adebo, who had three sacks and a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter. “We never take any plays off. That’s our motto. We’ve got to be relentless.”

Mansfield’s defense set up its offense, and junior running back Kenneth Burks led the way for the Tigers. He rushed 28 times for 146 yards and scored three times in the second half.

Mansfield finished with more rushing yards (294) than Guyer had total yards (288).

“This is how we play every game,” Burks said. “We play hard and we play fast. We believe that teams can’t hang with us if we pound the ball. We train to keep on pounding and to keep on playing.”

Mansfield jumped on the board first with 3:34 left in the opening quarter. Fullback Chad Whitener bulled his way into the end zone on a 2-yard run. Mansfield took a 14-0 lead in the quarter when quarterback Jerod Evans connected with receiver Lance Evans on a 97-yard catch-and-run touchdown.

Guyer cut the lead to 14-10 just before halftime when Josh King made a 38-yard field goal. The try was made possible because of a blocked punt by Dominic Ramacher with two seconds left in the half.

From there, Mansfield dominated on both sides of the ball, outscoring Guyer 34-14 in the second half. Mansfield scored the first three touchdowns of the third quarter -- an 8-yard run by Burks, Adebo’s interception return and a 60-yard run by Evans.

Mansfield (11-1) will face Abilene in next week’s regional semifinal round. Abilene beat El Paso Montwood, 35-18, in an area-round game. Guyer finished its season 8-4.

Live area-round chat: Huge games all weekend

November, 18, 2011
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5A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
5A Division II: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
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It's only the area round, but we're getting some of the most anticipated matchups of the playoffs this weekend.

Our chat kicks off Friday night with the Mesquite-Garland matchup starting at 6 p.m., which will be followed at Cowboys Stadium by Rowlett-Sulphur Springs. We'll also have coverage from some big Class 4A games, with Johnathan Gray and Aledo being challenged by Mansfield Summit, Rockwall-Heath taking on Dallas Kimball and Highland Park facing Dallas Woodrow Wilson.

We also have special guest Randy Jackson, coach at Mesquite Poteet, providing updates from the Corsicana-Sulphur Springs game.

We'll be back with coverage from all of Saturday's biggest matchups. There's the Cowboys Stadium quadruple-header with Cedar Hill-Southlake Carroll (11 a.m.), Euless Trinity-Allen (2 p.m.) Mansfield Timberview-Flower Mound Marcus (5 p.m.) and Mansfield-Denton Guyer (8 p.m.). We'll also be on hand at the DeSoto-Dallas Skyline clash at 5 p.m.

This will be your spot for the timeliest updates and best insight all weekend.

QB Heard's development key for Denton Guyer

November, 14, 2011
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Denton Guyer still possesses many of the qualities that made it a state title contender over the past three years.

The Wildcats have a well-coached defense and tons of talent in the trenches on both sides of the ball. Running back Sebastian Williams and receiver Conner Crane are gifted weapons.

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The one thing Guyer (8-3) didn’t have, at least according to popular perception, was a quarterback.

Even critics might have to concede that that’s changing. Sophomore Jerrod Heard put together one of the best performances of his career in Guyer’s 41-35 double-overtime win over Hebron on Saturday as he threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns in addition to rushing for 105.

For Guyer, the key to making another run will be Heard’s continued development under center. As a young player at a demanding position, Heard has understandably committed mistakes and turnovers in Guyer’s complex offense

“What I’ve said over and over again about Jerrod is that he’s mature beyond his years,” said Guyer head coach John Walsh. “Yeah, he makes sophomore, silly mistakes, but when he makes mistakes he’s got a calm look on his face like a coach’s kid. Our offense is a quarterback-generated offense. We’re not going to back off on it. We’re going to let him roll.”

Sophomore quarterbacks coming of age in the playoffs is not unheard of. J.W. Walsh, Heard’s predecessor, blossomed during the postseason in 2008, leading Guyer all the way to the state semifinals after the team went 1-19 in its first two years of varsity play.

Just last year, Southlake Carroll’s Kenny Hill went from a player limited to draws up the middle in bi-district to an impressive pocket passer by the end of Carroll’s season.

Even with his periodic struggles, Heard has put together a strong season for a quarterback at any stage of development. He’s thrown for a little over 2,000 yards and 26 touchdowns to just eight interceptions. He’s also a gifted runner, tallying 600 yards on the ground.

With no clear favorite in the 5A Division II Region I bracket, the opportunity certainly exists for Guyer to make another run. The Wildcats play Mansfield (10-1) at 9 p.m. Saturday at Cowboys Stadium.

Guyer's Conner Crane talks about bi-district win

November, 14, 2011
11/14/11
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ESPNDallas.com's Travis L. Brown interviews Denton Guyer receiver Conner Crane after his two-touchdown performance in the Wildcats' 41-35 double-overtime win over Hebron in a Class 5A Division II bi-district game.

Guyer defense clutch in 2OT win over Hebron

November, 12, 2011
11/12/11
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ARLINGTON, Texas -– Denton Guyer did everything that usually costs a team a game.

The Wildcats committed an atrocious 19 penalties for 130 yards, many of which single-handedly killed offensive possessions.

They missed a chip-shot field goal at the end of regulation that would have won the game. They had an extra point blocked in the second overtime that gave Hebron an opening to win it with a walk-off extra point.

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5A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
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But Guyer came up with several clutch defensive stops, including on Hebron's last possession, that helped it overcome its mistakes in a 41-35 double-overtime win Saturday at Cowboys Stadium in the Class 5A Division II bi-district round.

Guyer (8-3) advances to play Mansfield (10-1) at 8 p.m. Saturday at Cowboys Stadium.

"I was in a good mood until the camera guy told me we had 19 penalties," said Guyer head coach John Walsh. "That's a tough stat to swallow whether you win or lose, but this program has seen it all and almost done it all in a short period of time. We don't panic. We expect to win at critical times."

Hebron (6-5) had two chances to win the game at the end of the fourth quarter. The Hawks went for it on fourth-and-3 at the Guyer 12-yard line with less than six minutes left and failed to convert.

Following a Guyer three-and-out, the Hawks went for it on fourth-and-3 again at the Guyer 38 with less than two minutes remaining.

Running back Dezmond Wortham, who rushed for 100 yards and three touchdowns, appeared to get the first down by reaching for the marker, but he was ruled down well short of it.

"If you're going to win trophies and be a championship ballclub, your defense has to make big time stops and they did tonight," Walsh said.

The stop left an opening for Guyer, which marched down to the 9-yard line with one second left in regulation, but the ensuing 26-yard field goal attempt clanged off the left upright, sending it to overtime.

"When our kicker missed that field goal, we knew we were going to come back and be able to finish it out," said Guyer receiver Conner Crane, who had five receptions for 125 yards and two touchdowns. "We stayed positive the whole time."

Wortham and Dominic Romacher scored in the first overtime for Herbon and Guyer, respectively. Sebastain Williams, who rushed for 123 yards, scored his third touchdown in the second overtime, but Hebron's Deatrich Wise blocked the extra point.

But Guyer's defense came through again, forcing a three-and-out to win the game.

"This is the best game I've played in," Crane said. "When we had to make big plays, we made them."

Guyer didn't have any trouble moving the ball against a Hebron defense that played well all year. The Wildcats racked up 554 total yards of offense and may have handily won the game in regulation had it not be for countless untimely penalties.

"The penalties got to go or we're going to be at Thanksgiving at everybody's homes," Walsh said.

Guyer scored on each of its first three posessions of the game to take a 21-7 lead in the second quarter, but it gave Hebron 30 yards in penalties on the next drive to set up a Hebron touchdown. The Hawks executed a masterful final drive of the second quarter to tie it at 21 at halftime.

Hebron took the lead on a 64-yard pass play from Joseph Farley to Tavion Pearson in the third quarter, and Crane set up the last-second dramatics with a 34-yard touchdown reception to open the fourth quarter.

Hebron faces Denton Guyer in return to playoffs

November, 9, 2011
11/09/11
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DENTON GUYER (7-3) vs. HEBRON (6-4)
2 p.m. Saturday at Cowboys Stadium


What: Class 5A Division II Region 1 bi-district game

When we saw them last: Denton Guyer let a lead -- and a share of the 7-5A title -- slip away as Southlake Carroll rallied for a 42-29 win. In typical fashion, the Dragons scored 21 unanswered points in the third quarter to take control of the game. Hebron couldn’t do anything to slow down Flower Mound Marcus’ running game in a 42-28 loss to the Marauders. Marcus RBs Jeff Smiley and Harvey Giddens both went over 100 yards rushing and combined for five touchdowns in the game.

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Class 4A: Div. I | Div. II

REGION BRACKETS
5A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
5A Division II: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
4A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
4A Division II: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2

Last in the playoffs: Guyer rode its talented class of 2011 all the way to the 5A Division II state title game last year, but a turnover in the final minute gave Cibolo Steele a 24-21 win and a championship. Hebron is making its first playoff appearance since 2008, when it bowed out in the area around to a Wylie team that lost in the state title game.

What’s at stake: The winner will face the winner of the bi-district game between Mansfield (9-1) and Grapevine (6-4) in a 5A DII area playoff.

Key matchup: Guyer always seems to have an advantage in the trenches and it won’t be any different against Hebron. For Hebron to win, it will need to match Guyer’s physicality on both sides of the line.

Players to watch: Guyer WR Connor Crane is a threat to score at all times. He averages more than 20 yards per catch and has 14 touchdowns. He may be lined up against Hebron DB Kiante’ Griffin, a Baylor commit who has done a great job shutting down some of District 8-5A’s top-flight receivers.

Prediction: Hebron 20, Denton Guyer 17.

5A-II preview: Region 1 notable for balance

November, 7, 2011
11/07/11
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CLASS 5A DIVISION II REGION 1 PREVIEW

Overview: Of the four regions in the two 5A brackets that include Dallas-Fort Worth area teams, Division II Region I is the only one without a state-ranked team. But what the region may lack in top-end talent, it makes up for with depth. Because of that, there should be very few blowouts, even in the early rounds.

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STATE BRACKETS
Class 5A: Div. I | Div. II
Class 4A: Div. I | Div. II

REGION BRACKETS
5A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
5A Division II: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
4A Division I: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2
4A Division II: Reg. 1 | Reg. 2

The top half of the bracket features an Abilene team that always seems primed for a run at a state title, but the winner between Denton Guyer and Hebron in the first round might be headed for the region finals instead. Arlington and Mansfield also have the potential to make noise. The bottom half of the bracket seems to come down to two teams – Flower Mound Marcus and Colleyville Heritage, which might be the two best teams in the area not ranked in state. Mansfield Timberview and Abilene Cooper could be factors as well.

Favorite: Flower Mound Marcus. With most of the heavy hitters in Region I going in to the Division I bracket, the Marauders (9-1) have the potential to make a serious run at a state title. Their running game – led by bruiser Harvey Giddens and speedster Jeff Smiley – is as good as it’s ever been. Marcus hasn’t relied on its passing game much this year but it has the potential to blossom in the playoffs behind sophomore quarterback Cole Erwin.

Watch out for: Arlington. In a bracket full of dark horses, the Colts (6-4) might be the most dangerous if they can get by Abilene in the first round. The area round would pit Arlington against a west Texas team before facing a comparable team from the Metroplex (Denton Guyer, Hebron, Mansfield). Running back Tavarreon Dickerson has rushed for 1,686 yards and 22 touchdowns in averaging about 10 yards per carry.

Can’t wait to see: Hebron-Denton Guyer (2 p.m. Saturday, Cowboys Stadium). Colleyville Heritage vs. Mansfield Timberview might be just as good, but we’ll let the venue break the tie. If the young Wildcats (7-3) can come of age quickly, they have the raw talent to make another run through the 5A Division II bracket. Hebron (6-4) is back in the playoffs after missing out last year, and its defense and experience in close games could have the Hawks playing after Thanksgiving if it can pass this tough opening test.

We hope to see: Flower Mound Marcus-Colleyville Heritage. The region may be won in the area round with this presumed matchup. Both teams have forgivable blemishes on their records in the form of close losses to Allen and Euless Trinity, respectively. And the matchup would pit one of the area’s best running games (Marcus) against one of the area’s best passing games (Heritage).

Talent pool (FBS recruits): El Paso Americas: RB Jack Fields (Boise State). Arlington: RB Tavarreon Dickerson (uncommitted). Mansfield: DE Hassan Ridgeway (Texas). Denton Guyer: DL Dominic Ramacher (Oklahoma State); WR Conner Crane (Stanford); DT Cody Henessee (Rice); OL John Ferguson (uncommitted); DT Daniel Kottman (San Diego State). Hebron: WR/DB Kiante’ Griffin (Baylor); DE Deatrich Wise (Arkansas). Abilene Cooper: QB Clayton Nicholas (Texas Tech). Colleyville Heritage: DE Rex Montes (uncommitted).


What we got right: Most of the teams and orders of both polls remained similar to close out the regular season other than the few teams which lost their finales. Dallas Skyline and Highland Park will remain on top of both polls to close out the regular season. None if will matter after six weeks from now, when the state champions will be crowned at Cowboys Stadium.

What we got wrong: Allen couldn't maintain the consistency that Euless Trinity has shown to close out the season and fell a spot to the Trojans. Southlake Carroll jumped back over Flower Mound Marcus, finishing an undefeated season with a quality win over Denton Guyer. Waxahachie took a tumble in 4A with a final game loss to Mesquite Poteet, and DeSoto slipped in 5A after losing the district title to Longview.

Say hello to: 5A -- Garland; 4A -- Fort Worth Southwest

Say goodbye to: 5A -- Cedar Hill; 4A -- Wylie East

What we got right: Almost all of the 4A poll. The only change is South Oak Cliff jumped back into the No. 10 spot with a quality win over Seagoville.

What we got wrong: We may have overestimated Allen. While they do play in what is arguably the toughest district in the area, the Eagles have made a habit of just barely escaping games to keep their undefeated record intact. Dallas Skyline has pushed its way up the poll with consistent, dominating performances and deserves the No. 1 spot in 5A. Southlake Carroll has also made a habit of letting teams get back into games in the second half, resulting in Flower Mound Marcus, whose only loss was against Allen, passing the Dragons into the No. 5 spot.

Say hello to: 5A -- N/A; 4A -- Dallas South Oak Cliff

Say goodbye to: 5A -- N/A; 4A -- Fort Worth Southwest

Watch out for: 5A -- Garland, Denton Guyer; 4A -- Lancaster, Fort Worth Southwest

Tell us: Which 5A district is the toughest? Vote in the poll and use the comment section below to defend your choice.

Rankings: Skyline rises over DeSoto to No. 2

October, 9, 2011
10/09/11
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What we got right: Most of the teams in the top 10 remained the same, but Week 6 might have shuffled the deck more than any week to date. The 4A poll remained mostly the same with the exception of Waxahachie jumping to the No. 4 position after its win over Corsicana.

What we got wrong: Skyline proved itself with a decisive win over Dallas Jesuit on Friday, which shot the Raiders over DeSoto, who struggled for a victory over North Mesquite, for the first time this year. Keller Central more than proved it belonged among the best in the area with a 6-0 record and a win over previous No. 8 Denton Guyer. Everman comes in at No. 10, with several weeks of quality play after taking a Zero Week loss from Highland Park.

Say hello to: 5A -- Keller Central; 4A --Everman

Say goodbye to: 5A --Denton Guyer; 4A -- Mesquite Poteet

Watch out for: 5A Arlington Lamar; 4A -- Fort Worth Southwest

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