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17 Dec 18
Boston Herald
#gallery-1438501-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1438501-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1438501-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1438501-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ DECEMBER 3, 2018: Brianna Barrett – Lynnfield – field hockey – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 3, 2018: Alli Meehan – field hockey – King Philip – Boston Herald All-Scholastic NOVEMBER 30, 2018: Megan Salsinha – field hockey – Somerset Berkley – Boston Herald All-Scholastic BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Lily Depew, Acton Boxborough, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Christina Calandra, Manchester Essex, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Gabriella Venezia, Watertown field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Audra Tosone, Walple, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Kayla McGaffigan, Dennis Yarmouth, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Maggie Malloy, Canton, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Erin Little Acton Boxborough, field hockey ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Olivia Lampasona, Watertown field hockey ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Shelby Dunn, Dennis Yarmouth, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Emily Dionne, chelmsford, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Sophia DiCenso, Foxboro, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Cami Crook, Somerset Berkley field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Caileen Quinn, Walpole, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Abbie Ortyl, Lexington, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28:Hanna Medwar, Andover, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Makayla Graves, Masconomet Reg., Field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Isabella Gooley, Duxbury, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Maddie DiPietro, Central Catholic, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) Herald All-Scholastic field hockey team BRIANNA BARRETT, LYNNFIELD A four-year starter on the varsity and two-time captain, Barrett helped the Pioneers get to the Div. 2 North semifinal with a 16-4-1 record. She finished the year with four goals and 10 assists to earn a Cape Ann First-Team All-Star selection as well as an invite to the Best of 60 Senior All-Star Game. Barrett will continue her field hockey career at Virginia Commonwealth University. CHRISTINA CALANDRA, MANCHESTER-ESSEX A four-year varsity starter, Calandra put the finishing touches on a stellar career as she earned Cape Ann League Player of the Year honors after boasting an 89% save percentage and just 0.35 goals against average. With 12 shutouts for the Hornets in 2018, she ended her career with 52. Calandra will continue her field hockey career at Maryland next fall. CAMI CROOK, SOMERSET BERKLEY Crook was a key component to the 23-1 record and Div. 1 state championship title run as the sophomore medfielder finished the season with 17 goals and 45 assists. The midfielder was named to the South Coast Conference All-Star team for the first time. She is also a member of the basketball and track & field teams. LILY DEPEW, ACTON-BOXBORO A lockdown defender, Depew’s efforts helped to boost Acton-Boxboro to a 17-0-1 record and a Dual County League Championship in 2018. Her stellar defensive play throughout the year granted her a spot in the Best of 60 Senior All-Star Game. She plans to attend Springfield College next fall to play field hockey and study health science. SOPHIA DICENSO, FOXBORO The center forward polished off a strong career by scoring 19 of her 41 career goals while dishing out 20 assists for the 17-2-1 Warriors. DiCenso’s efforts were enough for a place on the Hockomock All-Star Team as well as an invite to the Best of 60 Senior All-Star Game. She will continue her athletic career at the University of Richmond. EMILY DIONNE, CHELMSFORD The senior standout tallied 12 goals and eight assists while seeing action at both the forward and midfield spots throughout the year. Her contributions this past fall aided Chelmsford to a 12-5-1 record, earning the senior a spot on the Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star Team for the third consecutive season. She will attend Holy Cross next fall. MADDIE DIPIETRO, CENTRAL CATHOLIC A junior midfielder, DiPietro produced a team-leading 29 goals while adding 10 assists for the Merrimack Valley Conference Large champions. She was named the MVC Player of the Year and had a spot on the conference’s First-Team for the second straight year. With 46 goals and 21 assists thus far in her career, she has already committed to playing field hockey at Boston University in the fall of 2020. SHELBY DUNN, DENNIS-YARMOUTH The senior midfielder put forth an equal effort in terms of goals and assists with 11 apiece for the Div. 2 State champions. A captain this past season, Dunn ended her career with three consecutive seasons of 10-plus assists while being named to the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Star Team for the second time. She is also a member of the basketball and lacrosse teams and will continue playing field hockey next season at Saint Anselm. ISABELLA GOOLEY, DUXBURY A senior goalkeeper, Gooley finishes her tenure at Duxbury with the lowest goals-against average of her career at just 0.77 this past fall. As a result of her stalwart display in net, she earned a spot on the Patriot League All-Star Team and was invited to the Best of 60 Senior All-Star Team. She is a member of the National Honor Society and competes on the track & field team in the winter and spring seasons. MAKAYLA GRAVES, MASCONOMET Graves improved upon a solid sophomore season with 13 goals and 14 assists during her junior campaign this past fall. A midfielder for the Div. 1 North champions, Graves was named Cape Ann League Player of the Year, Cape Ann League All-Star, and team MVP. Although dual-sport athlete standing out in basketball as well, she has given a verbal commitment to stick with field hockey and attend Northeastern. OLIVIA LAMPASONA, WATERTOWN Lampasona set career-highs in goals (14) and assists (5) this past fall to contribute to a 21-2-1 record and Div. 2 State semifinal appearance for Watertown. The senior was named to the Middlesex League All-Star Team for the first time in field hockey, complimenting two of the same honors while skating for the ice hockey team. She is a three-sport athlete, also playing lacrosse, and is a member of the National Honor Society. ERIN LITTLE, ACTON-BOXBORO The sophomore midfielder had a breakout campaign in 2018, producing 15 goals and 11 assists to set career-marks in both categories. Her efforts contributed to the Colonials’ second consecutive Dual County League Championship and individually earned her a spot on the league All-Star team. MAGGIE MALLOY, CANTON A senior center forward, Malloy registered 24 goals and eight assists this season to cap her career with 66 and 18 respectively. As a result, she was named a Hockomock All-Star for the third consecutive year while also playing in the Best of 60 Senior All-Star Game. She will continue her field hockey career at Saint Anselm next fall. KAYLA MCGAFFIGAN, DENNIS-YARMOUTH McGaffigan burst onto the scene as a freshman, pacing Dennis-Yarmouth to its first state championship in 31 years with a team-leading 34 goals while also chipping in 13 assists. Her breakout season was more than enough for her first Atlantic Coast League All-Star nomination in field hockey. She will have plenty of chances for more recognition as she is a member of the varsity ice hockey and softball teams for the Dolphins. HANNA MEDWAR, ANDOVER As a freshman in 2017, Medwar scored 22 goals and recorded 10 assists, then bounced back this year with 22 assists and nine goals. The multi-skilled forward earned a spot on the Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star Team while guiding Andover to the Div. 1 North final with its 13-3-5 record. ALLI MEEHAN, KING PHILIP The four-year starter finished off her career with a laundry list of accolades after pacing the Hockomock League in points with 35 goals and 17 assists. Meehan ends her stellar high school stint with 82 goals and 55 assists and will continue her playing career at Northeastern next fall. ABBIE ORTYL, LEXINGTON A goalkeeper, Ortyl stopped 91 of the 100 shots she faced throughout her senior season. With her efforts in the cage, the senior captain was named the Middlesex League’s Most Valuable Player. She is also a five-year starter on the ice hockey team but will continue her field hockey career at Merrimack. CAILEEN QUINN, WALPOLE Although a center defender, Quinn showed an ability to affect the outcome on both sides of the field as evidenced by her eight goals and 14 assists. As a senior captain this past year, she earned her place on the Bay State Conference All-Star Team and showcased her skills at the Best of 60 Senior All-Star Game. She capped off her career with 14 goals and 34 assists in high school and will continue playing field hockey at Saint Francis University next fall. MEGAN SALSINHA, SOMERSET BERKLEY A center forward, Salsinha poured in an eye-popping 58 goals while adding 24 assists for the Div. 1 state champions. The senior rounded out her high school career with back-to-back South Coast Conference Player of the Year accolades. Salsinha ends her time at Somerset Berkley with 98 goals and 54 assists. AUDRA TOSONE, WALPOLE A center midfielder, Tosone put forth a solid all-around effort this season with 15 goals and 28 assists. In September, the senior was named High School Player of the Month by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and at the end of the season added a Bay State Conference MVP and All-Star selection to the equation. She is a three-sport athlete also playing ice hockey and lacrosse and has committed to UMass to play lacrosse. GABRIELLA VENEZIA, WATERTOWN As a senior, Venezia more than doubled her previous season-high goal-scoring output as she scored 22 goals for the Middlesex League Freedom champions. On top of the scoring outburst, Venezia chipped in with 10 assists, which was more than good enough to be named the Middlesex League MVP for the 2018 season. She is also a member of the lacrosse team and plans to attend the College of Holy Cross next year. Herald field hockey All-Stars BAY STATE CONFERENCE Emma McKee, Darcy Rougeaux (Newton North); Delia Lee (Braintree); Audra Tosone, Caileen Quinn, Sydney Scales, Brooke Skulski (Walpole); Brooke Hamilton, Lauryn Nelson (Wellesley); Kate Staff (Brookline); Brooklyn Lamb, Victoria Norchi, Maddie Clark (Natick); Mary O’Connell (Milton); Lexi Schmalz, Eileen Manning, Kenzie Kelly, Callie Hem (Needham); Amy Phalen, Georgia Parker, David Covarrubias (Framingham) MVP: Brooklyn Lamb, Audra Tosone CAPE AND ISLANDS Aoife Daly, Nikki Awalt, Alison Barrett, Caroline Howard (Monomoy); Addy Hayman, Abby Marchand, Meghan Sonia (Martha’s Vineyard); Emma Navarro, Sophie Cook, Maddie Shaw (Sturgis West); Sara Lombardi, Alexa Aloisi (Nantucket); Jeanne Heanchey (Sturgis East) MVP: Addy Hayman, Aoife Daly CAPE ANN LEAGUE FIRST TEAM: Jenny Lerner (Georgetown); Rixt van der Kooi, Riley Daly (Ipswich); Brianna Barrett, Ashley Barrett, Carolyn Garofoli (Lynnfield); Christina Calandra, Annika Dahlin (Manchester-Essex); Mak Graves, Kate Zamani, Cally McSweeney (Masconomet); Meghan Winn, Maggie Pons (Newburyport); Jacqui Cloutier, Meghan Bean (Pentucket); Abby Engel (Rockport); Gianna Conte, Bridget Sheehan (Triton) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Mak Graves, Christina Calandra DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE Lilly Tardif, Fatma Sayeh (Wayland); Izzy Acquaviva, Brooke Findlay, Elena Christenfeld, Marissa Honens (Lincoln-Sudbury); Sheridan Blaha, Sydney MacPherson, Riley Kiernan, Olivia Guden (Waltham); Morgan Freud, Grace O’Sullivan, Ellen Olszowy (Westford Academy); Maya Malenfant, Lia Herzig, Ani Dahl, Sarah Chartrand, Katherine Nardone (Weston); Abby Versaggi, Jordan Bolio, Grace Blunt, Caitlyn Lewis (Concord-Carlisle); Julia Palazzo, Emily Sollecito (Bedford); Erin Little, Lauren Meinhold, Lily Depew, Molly Harer (Acton-Boxboro); Sophie Szymanski (Newton South) EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Allison Saunders, Tori Cinelli, Bridget Catalano, Mikaela Fallen (Bishop Feehan); Sophia Morse, Rachel Smith, Taylor Cruickshank, Joel Smith, Kelsey MacLellan (West Bridgewater); Kate Downey, Gabriella Joaquim, Lauren Maretti, Madison Halstead (Bishop Stang) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Sydney DiLiddo, Anna Beck (Attleboro); Maggie Malloy, Kaitlyn Goyetch, Maria Femia (Canton); Meg Curran, Sophia DiCenso, Lily Daly, Julia Carangelo, Jaime Notarangelo (Foxboro); Cassi Ronan, Emily Valentino, Maeve Ledwith (Franklin); Allison Meehan, Kate Lindmark, Samantha Robinson (King Philip); Maggie Danehy, Alicia Hottleman (Mansfield); Paige Reisman (Milford); Abby Calistra (North Attleboro); Emily Han, Hannah Stryke (Oliver Ames); Allison Small (Sharon); Allie Howe (Stoughton); Emma Sheehan, Alana Tavares (Taunton) MVP: Allison Meehan MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Claudia Crowe (Methuen); Hanna Medwar, Sydney Gregory, Joanna Archembault (Andover); Madison DiPietro, Erin O’Neill, Cali Mikson, Margaret Mahan, Kaylee Thomas (Central Catholic); Emma Bouley, Emily Dionne, Ingrid Haywood, Claire Danahy (Chelmsford); Alexa Rivet, Emma Gordon (North Andover); Megan Mackay (Dracut); Laura Heslin, Elizabeth Tighe (Lowell); Claudia Crowe, Piper Hugus (Methuen); Jessica Caredeo, Ryan Quinn (Tewksbury) MVP: Madison DiPietro, Claudia Crowe MIDDLESEX LEAGUE ALL-CONFERENCE: Courtney Coutone (Reading); Niki Micciche, Clare Moloney-Kolenberg (Winchester); Abbie Ortyl, Carly Briggs, Katie Devine (Lexington); Katie Guden, Emma Donahue (Belmont); Gabby Venezia, Ally Kennedy, Olivia Lampasona (Watertown) ALL-STARS: Bridget McGahan, Jessica Twohig (Arlington); Mari Verrier (Reading); Brooke Ross, Elizabeth Wheeler (Winchester); Ana Linda Ortiz, Felice Brennan, Bess Lawrence (Lexington); Morgan Chase, Meaghan Noone, Mia Kaldenbaugh (Belmont); Lilly Anderson (Woburn); Mairead Clark, Brianna Stanton (Melrose); Molly Foley, Rebecca Ganley, Meghan Canale (Wilmington); Gianna Beauclair, Paige Jordan, Shawna Paonessa, Jill Flynn, Emily Whooley (Stoneham), Hope Melanson, Augi Lever, Annabella Forziati (Wakefield); Carli Boodakian, Morgan Butcher (Burlington); Catherine Connors, Shannon Hughes (Watertown) MVP: Gabby Venezia, Abbie Ortyl NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH: Bella Corsini, Josie Friedman, Charlotte Plakans (Marblehead); Kenny Nyugen (Malden); Melanie Mason, Mikayla Mason, Sabrina Beaudry, Nate Matthews (Beverly); Jenna Wells, Joli Giuliano (Revere); Hailee Monies, Sydney Bragna (Peabody) MVP: Melanie Manson SOUTH: Bella Silver, Emma Thibideau, Shelby Johnson (Danvers); Alessia Salzillo, Maddie Claffey (Saugus); Ashley Fitzgerald (Everett); Jemima Grow, Tracy Wood, Cate Delaney, Mia Salah (Gloucester); Sydney Cresta, Natalie Domeniconi (Swampscott) MVP: Sydney Cresta PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Izzy Gooley, Eugenie Rovegno, Jackie Hayden, Abby Krahmer, Molly Stapleton (Duxbury); Emily Jenkins, Kolbe Shannon, Jeff Yang, Maeve Tierney, Rachel Motykoa (Plymouth North); Brynn Golden, Audrey Cole, Katherine McNally, Ali Ragusa (Hingham); Olivia Sheehan, Kathryn Dunn (Whitman-Hanson); Colleen Foley (Silver Lake) FISHER: Colleen Quinn, Emily Sommers, Ashley Sommers, Maddyn McDonald, Maeve Murphy (Scituate); Maegan Amsler, Morgan Foley, Kathryn Fallon, Olivia Hussey (Hanover); Jordan Colbert, Olivia Slayton, Hannah Masterson (Plymouth South); Megan Wilshire, Emily McCabe (Pembroke) MVP: Abby Krahmer, Maeve Murphy
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rosslydall

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We Are The 99% of Jews ............

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Serendipity - Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth

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Harry Fisher

by Marc Hurwitz A local chain of Mexican restaurants has closed one of its locations. According to a source, Margaritas Mexican Restaurant in Medford is no longer in business, with a Facebook post confirming that the Station Landing location has indeed shut down. The note mentions that the lease for the dining spot had expired, and […]

16 Dec 18
Campaign4Truth

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BEAUTY BLOG

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16 Dec 18
Boston Herald
Herald All-Scholastics: Football league All-Stars ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE Daryan Thompson, Payton Doyle, Geoffrey Jamiel, Mike Gurney, Jaquan Phillips (Dennis-Yarmouth): Trevor Nunes, Jacob Murphy, David Doherty, Chad Lennox, Kyle Connolly, Kyle Cardoza, Terrell Reballo, Colby Davis (Falmouth); Robbie Violissi, Magnus Leonard, Cade Chabra, Korey Jones (Marshfield); Mac LaBarge, Bobby Joy, Tate Seidewand (Nauset); Cam Lopes, Charlie Chapman (Sandwich) BAY STATE CONFERENCE CAREY: Matt Maiona, Holt Fletcher, Hugh Callahan (Wellesley); Jalyn Aponte, Angel Lebron, Max Ferrucci, Will Lederman, Jakobi Holliday, Garret Bean, Felix Ferrucci, Colin Ghilani, Hunter Ferrera, Gio DeJesus, Josh Atwood, Ryan Haswell (Natick); Reece LaChance, Ben Chapman, Jon Jon Lanzo, Chidi Nna, Alex Smith, Jack Beverly (Framingham); Kyle Ray Canada, Joe Torcasio, Christian Hahm, Evan Thompson, Nolan Boyer (Newton North); Amari Withers (Brookline) MVP: Max Ferrucci HERGET: Will Jarvis, Chase Conrad, Jake Gallant, Andrew White, Ethan Kelley, Niall Gallagher (Walpole); Luke McMenamin, Isaiah Woodley, Rob Riccardi, Smith Charles, Alex Caputo, Nick Grizwald, Ryan Hoey, Ja’Mier Woods (Milton); Billy Silvia, Calum Lane, Matt Doyle, John Longworth, Nick Vizaretta (Braintree); Tyler Reid, Matt Smith, Jake Doherty, Odari Hibberts, Mason Colwell, Jack Hayes (Needham); Deondre Ellis, Jack Desmond (Weymouth) MVP: Matt Smith, Billy Silvia [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”1438770″] BIG THREE Matthew Goldstone, Michael Norman, Treyvon Cordaro Goodwyn, Aaron White, Shawn O’Brien, Amando Walker, Anthony Soares. Segun Okunlola, Ahmik Watterson, Nayvon Reid, Joseph Asare (Brockton); Yann Rosa, Callahan Seng, Elijah Concepion, Zachary Cardelli (Durfee); Carlos Alves, Baron Holton, Latrell Canto, Brenden Moniz, Tyrek Williams, Jeremy DaCruz, Shahid Barros, Mark Hawkins, Isaiah Gomes, Joseph Johnson, Tru Williams, Bill Sousa (New Bedford) BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Audriel Guante, Daylon Pereira, Avontai Whithers (Burke); Terrell McQueeney, Jahwon Ryan, Steven Williams Jr. (Charlestown); Nathan Mattera, Miguel Restrepo, Joshua Rivera (East Boston); Takari Hobbs, Julien Soto, Jaylen White, Raymonte Williams (Boston English/New Mission); Plinio Acosta, Zack Maffeo, Ryan Nguyen (Latin Academy); Anthony Francis, Yoshitsune Howe, Tim Benjamin Lambright (O’Bryant); Carlos Robal Goncalves, Joseph Rogue, Wilson Sanon (South Boston); Marcus Gonzalez, Walter Stockwell, Roscoe White (Tech Boston); Derek Bertucci, Luis Pena Morillo, Carlos Roche (West Roxbury) CAPE ANN LEAGUE BAKER: Sam Webber, Thomas Monahan, Jenry Smith, Ian Coffey, Billy Whelan (Hamilton-Wenham); Patrick Birmingham, Troy Marden, Matthew Scibelli, Ethan Catania (Amesbury); Tucker Molin, Isaiah Morrissey, Will Ginolfi, Cole Terry, Brian Trefry (Ipswich); Chase Huntley, Jack Ford (Lynnfield); Liam Farrell, Noah Rawson, Gavin Glass (Manchester-Essex) MVP: Billy Whelan KINNEY: Matt Solecki, Alex D’Ambrosio, Mike Sheridan, Jack Keller, Mike Mikula (North Reading); Jacob Codair, Jordan Journeay, Austin Senfleben, Jacob Luke, Owen Thornton (Pentucket); Jay Theriault, Bryce Wronski(Masconomet); Nick Mangino, Thomas Doyle, Seamus Webster, Robert Johnston (Newburyport); Steven Elliot, Ethan Tremblay (Triton) MVP: Matt Solecki CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE LARGE: Cory Bright, Keegan O’Connor, Tom MacDonald, Derek Delvecchio, George Fiskatoris, Ian Connor, David Cifuentes, Joe Rivers, Chrys Wilson (Bishop Fenwick); Andrew Force, Colin Tracey, Dan D’Ambrosio, Jack Grafton, Jovan Marrero (Cardinal Spellman); Siveny Augustin, Colton Casper, Neil Sanders, Nic Tardanico (Archbishop Williams); George Freeman, D.J. DiCenso, Jalen Echevarria, Jack McGuire, Connor Donahue, Eni Falayi (St. Mary’s); Joe Greaney, Josh Smith, Joe Greenwood, Frank Canceliere (Arlington Catholic) MVP: David Cifuentes SMALL: John Burke, Dylan Cann, Dante Centrella, Lucas Gebolys, Nick Christopher, Matt Rubino, Drew Nickerson (Austin Prep); Ben Connaughton, Andrew Gonzalez, Aidan Newell, Frentzheram Solidaire, Sam Wright (Matignon/St. Joseph); Xavier Hernandez, Jordan Dickerson, Anthony Berry (Cathedral); Anthony Mejia, Greg Smith, Sam Poindexter, Roshad John, Malochi Reeves, Brutaell Hyppolite, Jose Davila, Victor Williams Barros (Pope John); Mike Canney, Ian Nichols, Peter Sawyer, Josh Sayer, Ian Sullivan (Lowell Catholic); Will Coty, Jesse Judd, Darren Katziff, Mike Satkevich (St. John Paul) MVP: A’Jan Nelson CATHOLIC CONFERENCE Aise Pream, James Taylor, Wes Rockett, Kevin Dewing, Colton Tangney, Charlie Giunta, Pat Keefe, Matt Crowley, Trent Tully, Max Freedman (St. John’s Prep); Mike Saliba, Justin Wenstrom, Connor Garland, Thomas Garland, Cooper Deveau, Grant Laws, Lucas Ferraro, Micahael Masse, Trevor Carroll (Xaverian); Hunter Salmon, Lucas Folan, Hunter Tully, Zachary Goodwin, Khari Johnson, Owen McGowan, Darius LeClair, Barrett Pratt (Catholic Memorial); John Destefanis, Kaleb Moody, Ozzy-Dean Trapilo, Keith Henderson, William “Buddy” Penella, John Freeman, Carter Rice (BC High) OFFENSIVE MVP: Cooper DeVeau DEFENSIVE MVP: James Taylor COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE LARGE: Omar Eldaly, C.J. Zemetres, Shane Stairs, Pat O’Leary (Shawsheen); Zach Sanderson, Shane Meredith, Connor Joseph, Manan Patel, AJ Byrnes, Andrew Petzke, Sean O’Brien (Northeast); Jose Caceres, Shamil Diaz, Ader Mezidor, Nathan Santos, Angel Polanco, Donnie Croteau, Humberfry Contreras, Jefferson Dornezon, Pablo Arias (Greater Lawrence); Vinny Brazzo, Manny Alves, Ben Condon, Mason White (Essex Tech); Joseph Cahill, Joshua Rousseau, Cameron Linger, Hector Gomez (Whittier) MVP: Zach Sanderson, Jose Caceres SMALL: David Barrios, Emerson Ramirez, Elvin Gonzales, Ali Bdaiwi, Guiliani Daniels (Lynn Tech); Devon Prak, Devin Farrell, Nathan Ripley, Benji Hach, Jaden Phommasinh, Jeremy Gray, Isaiah Carrasquillo (Greater Lowell); Eli Norton, Luke McKenna, Jose Soba, Tyler Alden, Alex Wilson (Nashoba Tech); Jonah Crain, Tyler Story, Raymond Pho, Anastasia Bessler (Mystic Valley); Ivan Heyer-Soto, Jabes Escalante, Anthony Del Rosario, Nathan Rosario (Chelsea); Ngor Manyang, Darian Cassius, Danny Johansen (Minuteman); Taj White-King, Mike Brice, Daniel Oluwasuyi, Dave Filias, Luis Diaz (KIPP) MVP: Devon Prak DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE LARGE: Finn Murray, Hollis Dirstine, Nick Pucillo, Alex Berrouet, Andrew Fleming, Victor Otero, Stanley Bernard (Acton Boxboro); James Dillon, Braden O’Connell (Lincoln Sudbury); Andre Colas, Edwin Owusu, McKervens Bellomy, Tariq Lucona (Cambridge); Anthony Davis, Stevenson Youyoute, Evan Clark (Waltham); Nick Faretra, Jakob Simas, Adam Ohanian, Nick Antes, Tyler Bella, Chris Kennedy (Westford Academy); Mike Ciaffoni, Jack Garrity, Cal Kenney, Milind Lele, Kyle Smith, Joey Caloiero (Lincoln-Sudbury) SMALL: Brooks Jones, Wellington Pereira, Brian Carmichael, Mason Bolivar, Mike Lampert, Cameron Jones, Phil Koechling, Kuran Freeman, Andy Brogan (Wayland); DJ Jelin, Christian Gemelli, Cam Ladd, Tim Hays (Concord-Carlisle); Aidan Iopci, Michael Nichols, Brandon Bailey, Walters Lazare, JY Spence, Ethan Weiss (Newton South); Devin Vasquez, De’andre Harris, Paul Curran, Johan Stavri (Boston Latin); Alexia Panagiotou, Pete Kapanides, Tyler Dussault, Brendan Jones (Bedford) EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Jackson Murray, Blake Schader , Matthew Flynn, Justin Medeiros (Coyle-Cassidy); Rex Bruschi, Tim D’Ambrosia, Caleb Fauria, Derek Martin, Nick Norco (Bishop Feehan); Justin Lopes , Eric Camacho, Doug Chica (Bishop Stang) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE KELLEY-REX: Nick Evans, Justin Cote, Jason Weir, Michael Strachan (Attleboro); Nick Gordon, Ryan Driscoll, Jack Nally (Franklin); Terrell Baston-Jacobs, Ryan Halliday, Jack Webster, David Morganelli (King Philip); Daenin Walker, TJ Guy, Aidan Sacco, Vinny Holmes (Mansfield); Dean Pacini (Oliver Ames); Woudanley Danger, Cory Pintabone (Taunton) MVP: Nick Gordon DAVENPORT: Ben Seaman, Brendan Albert, Brian Campagna, Johnny Hagan (Canton); Anton George, Hunter Williams, Mike Sheehan (Foxboro); Brendan White, Colby Pires, Kevin Pyne (Milford); Brendan McHugh, Nick Raneri, Ryan Clemente, Ryan Gaumond (North Attleboro); Chris Gong (Sharon); Alex Iverson, Evan Jackman, Malachai Green (Stoughton) MVP: Ryan Clemente MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE COMPREHENSIVE: Alvin Yvon, Patrick Colas, Rahsai Banks-Lee, Joey Hillaire (Holbrook/Avon); Elijah Beasley, Kyle Charlot, Mark Pawlina, Chevar Shakespeare, Isaac Hart (Monomoy); Victor Gamberoni, Cameron Bartlett, Camden Willett, Chance Pollack, Devonte Usher, Torane Burton, Malik Bodden (Nantucket); Christian Keeling, Matt Congdon, Matt Lavoie, Aidan Donahue, Jonathan Drass, Ben Skinner (West Bridgewater) MVP: Christian Keeling LARGE: Alex Zamora, Mike Skwarto, Jacob Harrison, Roman Barros, Kyle Macomber (Bristol-Plymouth); Jean Claude King, Lyndon Carreiro, Christopher Gonzalez -Frank, Dylan Estrella, Cesar Castro (Diman); Kevin Opokum, Gouabi Pires, Blaise Germano, Jamaal Chambers, Chris Chabre, Jaydon Godwin (Southeastern); Jordan Pina, Tyler Saunders, Evan Langille, Nate Glidden, Eric Josephson, Jake Benton (St. Mary’s) MVP: Kevin Opoku, Jordan Pina SMALL: Kevin Gibbons, James Wauhob, Mason Murphy (Blue Hills); Acher Entinvil, Trever Castillias, Juan Camilo, Chris Elkins, Payton Walker (Cape Cod Tech); Mitchell Wilson, Elijah Smith, Ryan Rego, Philip Proctor, Matt Bumpus, Daniel Lawrence (Old Colony); John Jolliemore, Sean McGuirk (South Shore); Wallace Alden, Anthony Georgopoulos, Andrew Brightman, Juzary Salim, Kemrin Glover, Jeremy Wurtzburger (Upper Cape) MVP: Mitchell Wilson, James Wauhob MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE LARGE: Nick Zalanskas, Dan Blatman, Phil Menihtas (Andover); Anthony Caggianelli, Cam Boes, Joe Howshan, Michael LeFebre, Nick Donatio, Nick Gaiero, Lewy Baez-Troncoso, Shaun Morgan (Central Catholic); Joe Santoro, Sam Prescott (Haverhill); Brandon Santell (Lawrence); Brendan Tighe, Rashawn Settles, Brian Callery (Lowell); Connor Bryant, Wes Correa, Aaron Searth, Anthony Romano, Jonathan Ouellet, Kareem Coleman, Isaac Frederique (Methuen) MVP: Anthony Caggianelli SMALL: Rob Moore, Dom Shanley, Nolan Houlhan (Billerica): Kevin Hennessey, Mike Vecchione, Jake Chiasson, Dom Dibari (Chelmsford); Allyn French, Joey Petka, Lucas Ibaruen, Cam McCullough, Will Peters, Devin Lambert (Dracut); Jake McElroy, Darren Watson, Gabe DeSouza, Freddy Gabin, Mark Federico, Matt Samenuk, Ryan Slattery, Mike Roche (North Andover); Jay Connolly,Jack Kelly, Shane Aylward, Trace Trnt, Connor Nugent, Justyn Lester, Zach Weitz (Tewksbury) MVP: Jake McElroy MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Matt Sannella, Pat Conroy, Dan Bekkenhuis, Jovan Nortelus, Andreas Puglia, Jeremy Rosh, Jake D’Agostino, Sean Fisher (Reading); Ben Burnham, John Bachman, Anthony Bianchi, Mason Hatfield, Lenny Logen, Kase Cronin, Luke Butler (Lexington); Ryan Qualey, Steve Kolodko, Peter Cole, Nick Coviello, Tyler Parrish, Dave Langlois (Woburn); Adam Bowler, Steve MacGillivray, Pete Roche (Arlington); Joe LePore, Matt Romagna, Bobby Hyers, Tom Degnan, Brendan Curran (Winchester); Rhaki Joseph, Jarred Edwards, Sam Sagherian, Derrick Brown (Belmont) FREEDOM: Christos Argyropoulos, Kevin McShane, Deshaun Chase, Seth Russell, John Neal, Chris Belliveau, Antonio Ventresca, Nick Brulport (Stoneham); Kevin Peete, Kemar Bynoe, Dylan Robertson, Jared Karelas (Melrose); Khyle Pena, Ryan O’Halloran, Jake McCauley, Jake Doherty, Andrew Woods, Tom Splagounias (Burlington); Mike Lucey (Wakefield); Kyle Kenyon, Bailey Smith, Dean Nally, Pete Marino (Wilmington) NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH: Chris Gally, Aidan Michaud, Declan Rudloff, Jack Herman, Tim Cronin, Sean McCarthy (Marblehead); Angel Paulino, Kyle Maglione, Abe Kaba, Chris Glass, Mike Lock (Peabody); Jack Strangie, Russ Canova, Tom Walfield, Matt McCarthy, Justin DiTomaso, Brendon Treacy, Andrew Chronis (Danvers); Marge Mulumba, Clayton McAlpine, Bobby Adams, Duncan Moreland (Beverly); Raushad Moore, Jerry Mervil (Malden) MVP: Matt McCarthy SOUTH: Matt Severance, Mathias Fowler, Tahj Purter, Alex Brenes, Thomas Gaylord, Ryan Dewan (Lynn English); Jonathan Oriakhi, Graham Inzana, Andrew Augustin, Jake Bartram, Anton Vasquez (Swampscott); Marvens Jean, Dante McGrane, Jake Morgante, Sal Franco, Christian Correia (Saugus); Chris Ngrame, Sam O’Furie, Wayne Holloway, Melkin Baptista (Salem); Bobby Hubert, Chris Castro, Feedle Small, Tyler Rockerfeller (Winthrop) MVP: Matt Severance CENTRAL: Devin Mathias, Darius McNeil, Rayan Riazi, Frank Sims, Zac Furlong, Jon Murphy (Revere); Anderson Larosilere, Tevin Cadet, Keith Barrasso (Medford); Noah Benson, Joe Ciarametaro, Jan Pena-Ortiz, Nick Allen, Geoff Lattanzi, Marc Smith, Nick Filho (Gloucester); Marcus Tucker, Keith Ridley, Nashaun Butler, Chauncey Williams, Chase Buono (Lynn Classical); Miyard Joseph , Louis Montina, Moise Nazaire (Somerville) MVP: Jan Pena-Ortiz OLD COLONY LEAGUE Connor Baldasaro, Colbey Burke, Brian Frieh, Matt Fredo, Declan Moriarty, Sajin KC, Tommy Our, Matt Turner, Matt Petercuskie, Joe Yalmokas (Barnstable); Matt Cady, Nolan Anderson, Jeff Ciccio, Owen Balzarini, Kyle Hess, Kyle Duggan, Ryan McCallum, Anthony Morrison (Bridgewater-Raynham); Ewan Oliveira, Owen Guilbeault, Nathan Oliver, Jacob Medeiros, Dylan Pacheco, Eric Viera (Dartmouth) PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Will Prouty, John Roberts, Mike McCutcheon, Quinn Murphy, Tim Landolfi, Josh Comeau, PJ Mullin, Red Magwood (Duxbury); Andrew Carroll, Spencer Cassell, Charlie Egan, Joey Glover, Kevin Shea, Trevor Smith, Jon Beardon (Hingham); Quinn Sweeney, Mike Connors, Billy Martell, Jake O’Brien, Ethan Phelps (Whitman-Hanson); Robbie Gomes, Steven Dhooghe, Johnell Fillipinni (Plymouth North); Andrew Rooney, Mark McKenna (Quincy); Cam Danahy (Silver Lake) MVP: Will Prouty FISHER: Aidan Sullivan, Daniel May, Will Sheskey, Josh McKeever, Josh Comeau, Justin Melling (Scituate); Andrew Carroll, James Bryne, Joey Glover, Patrick Damon, Ethan Richie (Hanover); Brendan Shortall, Matt Harrington, James Kernen (Plymouth South); Jack Runne, Tommy Brooks, Warren Clark (Pembroke); Kieran O’Driscoll, Tim Layden, Win Tran, Alex Atanassov (North Quincy) MVP: Daniel May SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Tyler Noe, Desmond Dias, Dylan DeWole, Nicholas Thayer, Nickolas Borsari (Old Rochester); Owen Arden, Joseph Carrera, Chase Carroll, Mason Cadorette, Matthew Moura (Dighton-Rehoboth); Brent Dixon, Kevin Hughes (Apponequet); Jake Meehan, Michael Gagliardi (Somerset Berkley); Noah Saunders (GNB Voke); Chris Costa III, Ty Couto, Daniel Silva, Noah Casado (Case); James Cahoon, Spencer Rose (Bourne); Owen Cebula, Zach Guillotte (Fairhaven); Cameron Garabian (Seekonk) MVP: Tyler Noe SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE TOBIN: Devaun Ford, Xavier Gonsalves, Cam Kergo, Nick Bartolomei, Nolan Lyons, Jack Vinitsky (Mashpee); Matt Lund, Mark Mahoney, Cliff Ward, Gray Thomas (Cohasset); Nick Gianibas, Joe Walsh, Nick Scanlan, Cristian Amador (Hull); Mike Broomstein, Christian Labossiere, Will Klein, Gabe Spry, Sean Landers (Abington) MVP: Devaun Ford SULLIVAN: Cam Lapierre, Jake Studley, Brandon Hogan (Middleboro); Nick McDermott, Liam LeVangie, Dan O’Shea, Evan Dyer, Sal Clifford, Gio Cacciatore, Jake Vanvechtan (East Bridgewater); Ben Bostrom, John Stout, Cole Casper, Nick Bostrom, Garrett McGlinchey (Norwell); Dante Vasquez, Codie Garcia, Nick Leander (Rockland) MVP: Dante Vasquez TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE LARGE: Brody Assencoa, Ryan Dwinnells, Dominic Cavanagh, Dominic Massauro, Jake Latessa, Jackson Hornung, Michael McSweeney, Nathan Sickles (Ashland); Billy Nash, Tristan Benson, Scott Elliott, Dylan Ibbitson, Anthony Dzindolet, Mitch Gimblett, Will Crowley, Matt Arvanitis, Topher Ryan (Holliston); Brendan Kelly, Ryan Kelleher, Luke D’Aloia, Ben Powers, Tyler Dougherty (Hopkinton); A.J. Tarallo, Stephen Williams (Medfield); Abdallah Khalil, Jay Wladkowski (Norwood); Miles Heespilink, Dylan Mahoney (Westwood) MVP: Scott Elliott, Luke D’Aloia SMALL: Jack Tannous, Cleevans Labathe, Tyler Martel, Ryan Flaherty, Orcun “OJ” Pekacar, Michael Brennan, Elijah Brown (Dedham); Justin Pratt, Brendan Kenney, Rome Banitas, Trent Flood, Drew Plunkett, Andrew Bell, Liam Hoye, Nick Sheehan (Medway); Hunter Murphy, Ethan Thomason, Nate Sicard (Norton); James Works, Thomas Fallon, Stephen Melia, Chris Edwards, Hayden Olmsted (Millis); Jamie Wirth, Matt Paolatto, Kirby Ryan (Dover-Sherborn); Jim Kilduff, Dan Unegbu (Bellingham) MVP: Jack Tannous
16 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Eagle-eyed motorists may have discovered that North East Lincolnshire has acquired some new safety camera cars that replace the older ones. Mobile security cameras monitor the speed of motorists at a number of locations in North and Northeast Lincolnshire every week. New transporters with new markings are now being used by Safer Roads Humber, which […]

16 Dec 18
Catholic Community of Gloucester & Rockport

This Week’s Message A Season of New Beginnings By Cliff Garvey Saint Francis of Assisi once said: “Let us begin again for until now we have done nothing.” He said this during a time of turmoil in the growing community of followers who had been transformed by his message of humility, simplicity, and service. Saint […]

15 Dec 18
Serendipity - Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth

HOLDING TIME – A Square for Becky B Time in your hand? I used to collect old pocket watches, but over the years, I’ve given many of them away to people who could afford to repair them. It’s very hard to find anyone who can fix a watch these days. It seems like clockmakers have disappeared along […]

15 Dec 18
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15 Dec 18
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image Description Darren Fletcher, Adam Thomas and Claudia Patatas A far-right extremist trained his toddler daughter to make a Nazi salute for the camera, heard a court hearing. After making the video, Darren Fletcher told another member of the neo-Nazi National Action group, "It's finally brought her to it." Fletcher is believed to be imprisoned […]

15 Dec 18
Boston Herald
WALTHAM – Living life in the Catholic Conference is already considered a tall task for most teams involved. Playing a national powerhouse is another story, and although BC High proved it could hang with one of the best high school hockey programs in the northeast region, they would ultimately fall short Friday night. Tyler Sedlak scored four goals, as Don Bosco (NJ) spoiled the Eagles season opener with a 4-2 victory at Bentley University. “We’re going to take away from this what we need to, which is that we skated well,” BC High coach John Flaherty said. “We took some undisciplined penalties, which when you have a good team that’s been playing for a couple of weeks, and you give them power plays they’re going to hurt you. So (Don Bosco) has some very good players, they’re well-coached, and we knew what we were up against. We skated hard, and there are definitely positives to take away from tonight.” The seventh installment of what has become an interesting cross-state rivalry with the Ramsey, NJ school was a fight from the opening puck drop. More times than not over the years, Don Bosco (4-1) had relied on senior center and Quinnipiac-commit, Liam McLinskey. But Friday was Sedlak’s night to shine. The senior captain got the Ironmen going early in the second period, scoring back to back goals in a 38 second span to put his team in front, 2-0 at the 10:38 mark. “Honestly we come up here every year and it’s a pretty special trip,” Sedlak said. “BC High is obviously a powerhouse up here in Boston. They’re good year in, year out, as we are too. It’s always a great game between us and them. And it’s always nice to beat them too, especially coming up here in their own area.” But the Eagles (0-1) never were truly out of it. Sophomore John Logan put the Eagles on the board in the closing seconds of the second period, as Peter Kramer slid a cross-ice pass to the defenseman right in front of the Ironmen cage. By the time Don Bosco goalkeeper Max Schwarz could recover, it was too late. Logan would simply tap one into the net to cut the deficit to 2-1 with 29.5 seconds to go in the stanza. Goal!! BC High gets on the board as John Logan finds twine! That cuts the deficit to 2-1, :29.5 to go in the second period. Peter Kramer and Joseph Kramer with the assists. @BostonHeraldHS @In_The_Slot @MassHSHockey pic.twitter.com/Kri04EQaTh — Brendan Connelly (@BConn63) December 15, 2018 “They’re a really good team,” Logan said. “We’re just starting off the season, so are they though. So we’re looking forward to getting better. This is a good game that we can take and improve on.” But as mentioned by Flaherty, penalties would be the deciding factor. The Eagles were whistled for six total infractions on the night, five in the second period alone. Sedlak would complete the hat-trick with 14:05 to play in regulation on a power play tally, burying a one-timer from the top of the face-off circle to make it 3-1. After a quick response by Matt Keohane brought BC High back within a goal less than two minutes later, the Eagles would have one last gasp, as they drew an interference penalty on Don Bosco with 2:01 to play. However, after the penalty kill unit did there part, Sedlak would then deliver the clincher with 19.5 seconds remaining, scoring his fourth tally of the night on an open-netter to end all hopes of a last-second comeback bid. BC High outshot Don Bosco 24-22 on the evening. Chase Congdon came up with 19 saves for the Eagles. Scwharz would end his night by stopping 20 shots for the Ironmen. “We’ve had this game for the last seven years with BC High,” Don Bosco coach Greg Toskos said. “And five out of the seven times, it’s been a one-goal game. It’s a battle. They’re the defending state champions in the state of Massachusetts, so we have a lot of respect for them. Lot of respect for “Flash” and the coaching staff. That’s why we do this. Additionally, you’ve got two great schools, playing in a college rink in front of college coaches. You can’t get any better than that.” Don Bosco will play one more Catholic Conference opponent today, as they go up against Catholic Memorial, before making the 200-mile trek back to New Jersey. “We faced C.M. last year for the first time,” Toskos said. “We’re just looking forward to a new arena, playing at Schneider. I think it’s going to be another physical game. It was last year against them.” BC High meanwhile will scrimmage Delbarton on Sunday, before resuming their daunting schedule at home against Arlington on Wednesday. “Someone had a top-10 today, and I started laughing,” Flaherty said. “I don’t know whoever it was. But if you look at the top-ranked teams, we’re playing the majority of our games against them. So we’re going to face everybody, everybody’s good, and everyone’s going to come and give us their best.”
15 Dec 18
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Darren Fletcher trained his toddler daughter to perform a Nazi salute for the camera, a court has heard

Darren Fletcher trained his toddler daughter to perform a Nazi salute for the camera, a court has heard

Darren Fletcher trained his toddler daughter to perform a Nazi salute for the camera, a court has heard

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