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Game summaries are written by Mark Senna
Note: the schedule below is tentative and can change due to rain outs/shortened series.


Betty's/Publico (3M)
DRC (2F)
Game 1: Monday, September 28th @ 7:30 pm

DRC 8 - Betty's/Publico 7

Catcher Tony Hutchinson was THE man tonight as he went three for three and drove in the game winning run with a two out single to left field in the bottom of the sixth inning. "Hutch" is known for his great game calling behind the plate but after tonight's performance he may also be known for his clutch hitting.

Before Hutchinson's hit in the sixth, this game went in a couple of different directions. Betty's batted first and scored five runs when they caught a big break on an infield error and batted around the order. Nick Sours struck the big blow in the inning when he cleared the bases with a double. It was Betty's first time facing pitcher Jason Maxwell and they had no difficulty adjusting to his style of pitching, 5-0. For the moment, it was looking like this would be another lopsided victory for Betty's. However, DRC responded in the bottom of the inning when Betty's pitcher, Alberto Vasquez, struggled with control and loaded the bases by way of the walk. A big double by Dylan Warfield and a sacrifice fly by Andrew Stover two batters later and the game was knotted up, 5-5.

In the top of the second inning, with two outs and a runner on first, Vasquez stepped into the batter's box. On the first strike he saw, the mighty lefty batter swung and rocketed a ball to right field that was said to land somewhere near Sully's (about a mile away). Who said pitcher's can't hit? Way to go Alberto! Betty's was back in front, 7-5.

DRC responded in the bottom of the second with a run and we had a 7-6 game heading into the third. At this point, it was looking as if this was going to be a slugfest which would play right into the hands of the deeper hitting lineup, Betty's. But both pitchers had other ideas as they settled down and threw a scoreless third and fourth inning.

In the bottom of the fifth inning, Ty Meka singled home a run to tie the game, 7-7 but then was stranded at first. We moved to the top of the sixth where Maxwell had little difficulty getting through the heart of Betty's order.

In the sixth, coach Shawn Feeley called his troops over for a quick conversation which quickly paid dividends. Two singles and a RBI hit by Hutchinson put DRC in front to stay. If all the games in the series go this way, then we are in for a treat. Game two is tomorrow night.

Tony HutchinsonAlberto VasquezJason Maxwell

Game 2: Wednesday, September 30th @ 7:00 pm

DRC 19 - Betty's 6

The DRC softball team is one win away from capturing their first championship at M Street after a 19-6 beat down in game three of the finals against Betty's. It was another powerful performance as DRC batters connected for eighteen hits and went deep five times.

Tommy Clark started the barrage in the bottom of the first when he homered to deep left tying the game, 2-2. DRC would carry a 5-2 lead into the bottom third inning when Betty's fought back. Steve Dazzo blasted a two run homerun to deep center which made it a 5-4 game. Betty's was in the game and needing a hold in the third inning.

DRC had other ideas as the table was set (two runners on base) for Clark again after a key infield error prevented Betty's from getting out of the inning. The powerful righty didn't miss as he sent his second home run sailing into the night and over first street. Dylan Warfield followed with a home run of his own and suddenly DRC was comfortably on top, 11-4.

Betty's couldn't get their offense going as they were being kept in check by pitcher Jason Maxwell who scattered twelve hits and was never in danger in this one. The damn broke in the top of the seventh when DRC hit two more home runs (Brett Carriker and Danny Kelly) and plated eight runs making it 19-6.

Betty's will need to figure out how to slow the DRC attack in game three or this series will end in a sweep.

Tommy ClarkDanny KellyDylan WarfieldJason MaxwellSteve Dazzo

Game 3: Thursday, October 1st @ 8:30 pm

DRC 10 - Betty's 5

DRC got seven steady innings from pitcher, Jason Maxwell, and rode it to a series ending victory in game three of their best of five final against Betty's. Maxwell (9-2, 4.51 ERA) was later named the unanamous MVP of the playoffs.

This was a weird game folks. The two clubs traded three run innings in the first and second. Betty's struck first when Ryan McManus hit a heat seeking missle that just cleared the fence in left center for a three run homerun, 3-0. DRC answered in the second on Dylan Warfield's home run and Chris Fray's high towering two run blast, 3-3. A scoreless third was tossed by both pitchers - all good so far.

Betty's then takes a 5-3 lead in the top of the fourth on RBI singles by Mike Yildiran and Alberto Vasquez. However, in the inning Betty's wanted to use a courtesy runner for their pitcher Vasquez but was denied as they had already used one for Chris Peris in the first inning. The league rule is each team is allowed a courtesy runner for ONE player. The ruling got under the skin of Vasquez and a couple of others but at the moment it was forgotten about.

In the bottom of the fourth, Vasquez walks five batters and has cleary become unglued. DRC records just one single (Tony Hutchins) in the inning but takes advantage of the wildness and plates five runs, 8-5. Betty's goes down in order in the fifth and the whole complexion of the game has changed. The wind was completely out of the sail for Betty's - there wouldn't be a comeback tonight.

In the bottom of the fifth, DRC plated two more runs without recording a hit. E3, walk, walk, walk, SAC fly and we are looking at a 10-5 game. This just can't happen at this point of the season and expect to win.

We then saw a scoreless sixth inning and it was on to the seventh. One last call for Betty's. A leadoff walk to Steve Dazzo then a single by Vasquez got things started in the right direction. However, three straight ground outs and DRC became the 2020 "B" champions of M Street.

After the last out was recorded the group let off a loud cheer, high fived one another and then gathered around the mound for a quick prayer - it was a great sight to witness. DRC will be celebrating their championship season for weeks to come and then will be setting their focus on the "A" league as they have been promoted for the 2021 season.

Jason MaxwellRyan McManusDylan WarfieldChris Fray

DRC 2020 Champions pose with the M Street Cup

MVP Jason Maxwell hoists the M Street Cup

DRC wins series 3-0

Feeney Finals
DRC (2F)
Roza Lyons (1F)
Game 1: Tuesday, September 22nd @ 7:00pm

DRC 11 - Roza Lyons 9

Danny Kelly hit a two run homerun to left in the top of the fourth inning to break a 6-6 tie and give DRC a lead they wouldn't relinquish as they take game one of the series. DRC kept their foot on the gas pedal when Tony Hutchinson came through with a clutch two run single the very next inning, 11-6.

Roza responded in the bottom of the fifth when Dan Mantoni (3 hits, 2HR, 4 RBI) connected for his second homerun of the game and cut the lead to 11-8. The two squads traded a scoreless sixth inning and then Roza kept DRC off the board in the seventh which left them with one more crack at tying the game. Matt Consiglio (3 hits, triple, HR, 3 RBI) and Mantoni hit one out singles which brought the tying run to the plate. But DRC and pitcher Jason Maxwell would get out of the jam giving up just one run, 11-9 was your final.

The was a very uncharacteristic game for Roza's steady pitcher, Kyle Szatrowski who struggled with control issues (10 walks) all game long. Kyle walked only nineteen batters over sixty innings pitched this season so he was obviously dealing with something unusual. Perhaps it was the wind (29 mph) and/or cold temperatures (50 degrees) that effected the burly righty. In any case, this writer if fully expecting Roza to bring their best in game two.

Danny KellyTony HutchinsonDan MantoniMatt Consiglio

Game 2: Wednesday, September 23rd @ 7:00pm

Roza Lyons 9 - DRC 4

DRC built a 4-1 lead through three innings and were on their way to a series sweep when Roza Lyons completely turned the game around. In the top of the fourth, Brian Dupree singled home Dan Mantoni (4 hits, 2 doubles, 2 RUNS, 2 RBI) and scored on Dan Noonan's single, 4-3. Roza was back in the game but would now need their pitcher, Kyle Szatrowski, to give them everything he had. Szatrowski responded by throwing four scoreless innings which gave Roza's offense a massive lift.

In the top of the fifth, DRC's defense must have felt the mounting pressure that a tight playoff game can bring as they committed two errors that led to three unearned runs, 6-4. Again, it was Mantoni who delivered the big blow in the inning. Roza didn't let up in the sixth as Chris Fowler hit a two run homer making it 8-4. Szatrowski had the lead and wasn't about to give it back as Roza ties the series and forces a deciding game three on Thursday.

Kyle SzatrowskiDan MantoniChris Fowler

Game 3: Thursday, September 24th @ 7:00pm

DRC 8 - Roza Lyons 6

DRC is going to the finals after edging Roza Lyons in game three. Getting off to a fast start has been the way to victory for DRC and tonight was no different. After Danny Kelly reached on an error, Ty Meka followed with a double. DRC had runners at second and third for the league's MVP hitter, Tommy Clark. With first base open, it was decided to pitch to the feared slugger and Clark quickly made them pay for it - three run homerun to deep left made it 3-0.

Roza responded in the bottom of the first when Dan Mantoni (2 hits, 3 RBI) delivered another clutch hit, 3-2. With the added pressure a deciding game can bring, both teams seemed unsettled at this point. For a moment, both pitchers took control and threw a scoreless second inning, 3-2 DRC after two complete.

The third inning arrived and DRC had the top of the order back up which usually means some runs are about to be scored. Sure enough, a single by Brett Carriker (3 hits), RBI double by Kelly, and a RBI single by Meka made it 5-2. DRC wasn't done scoring yet. With two outs, Dylan Warfield singled to put runners on the corner for Chris Fray. Boom! Fray launched into a pitch for a three run home run and just like that we had a 8-2 game. Roza again responded in the bottom half of the inning but could only plate a run, 8-3.

Pitchers Jason Maxwell and Kyle Szatrowski then shut both offenses down in innings four and five, still 8-3 DRC. In the bottom of the sixth, Roza knew there time was running out and they needed to rally. They caught a break to start the inning when a play wasn't made on a sharp grounder. Matt Consiglio then followed with a run scoring double, 8-4. Mantoni came through again with a RBI double, 8-5. Two batters later Brian Dupree made it 8-6 and Roza was within striking distance.

DRC loaded the bases in the seventh with one out but Szatrowski wiggled out of the jam and kept it a two run game. Onto the bottom of the seventh we went. Dan Noonan gave Roza some hope when he doubled to right to lead off the inning. But Noonan wouldn't advance past second as Maxwell struck the next batter out then got a ground out for the second out of the inning. It was down to the lead off batter and after a lengthy at bat, Maxwell picked up his second strike out of the inning. It was over - DRC and coach Shawn Feeley are heading to the finals to square off against the very powerful, Betty's/Publico squad in a best of five final starting on Monday.

Jason MaxwellTommy ClarkChris FrayDan MantoniBrett Carriker

DRC wins series 2-1
Moran Finals
Fat Baby (5M)
Betty's/Publico (3M)
Game 1: Monday, September 21st @ 7:00pm

Betty's 14 - Fat Baby 6

Once again, Betty's offense proved too much to tame as they powered their way to another double digit victory here in game one of the Moran division finals. Andrew Grant (4 hits, double, HR, 4 RUNS) and Nick Sours (3 hits, 2 HR, 4 RUNS, 4 RBI) were the two hot hitters for Betty's while Alberto Vasquez was steady and effective on the mound to earn the win. The two clubs won't have much time to think about this one as they are right back at it tonight with Fat Baby needing a win to keep their season alive.

Nick SoursAndrew GrantAlberto Vasquez

Game 2: Tuesday, September 22nd @ 8:30pm

Betty's 18 - Fat Baby 2

After going down 1-2-3 in the first inning, Betty's offense exploded for eighteen runs in three innings and won easily, 18-2. Fat Baby was never in this series as Betty's offense proved they were too deep and had too many sluggers to contain. As their hitters were tacking runs on the board, their pitcher, Albert Vasquez, was tossing clean innings by mixing up his pitches and staying ahead of the batters.

Jack Sheehy (4 hits, HR, 3 RUNS, 4 RBI) and Chris Peris (3 hits) were the hitting stars for Betty's in this one while Tim Gazard (3 hits) was the lone star for Fat Baby. Betty's will now wait for the winner of the DRC/Roza series to see who they will play in a best of five "B" division final.

Jack SheehyAlberto VasquezChris PerisTim Gazard

Betty's wins series 2-0
(5F) VMT
(1F) Roza Lyons

Feeney Division

Game 1: Monday, August 31st @ 8:15pm 

Roza Lyons 15 - VMT 3

Roza Lyons showed why they finished with the best overall record in the league tonight by displaying their power, pitching, and fielding abilities. With the scored tied 3-3 in the top of the second, VMT had two runners on and two outs with leadoff hitter Dan O'Connell at the plate. On a 1-1 offering, O'Connell launched one deep into center field, well over the fielder's head. However, the speedy Josh Lopez had his sights on the ball and gave chase. Somehow he pulled off a "Willie Mays" over the shoulder catch and robbed VMT of three runs. The catch ignited Roza and seemed to let the air out of the sails a bit for VMT because after that amazing play it was all Roza. Jamil Moquette (3 hits), Josh Lopez (3 hits/4 runs), and Chris Fowler (2 HR/ 4 RBI) were the offensive stars for Roza while Kyle Szatrowski threw five consecutive scoreless innings.

Josh LopezKyle Szatrowski

Game 2: Wednesday, September 9th @ 8:15pm 

Roza Lyons 20 - VMT 7

Roza Lyons fired on all cylinders as they hit, pitched, and powered their way to an impressive series ending victory. Roza's offense scored at least two runs in every inning proving to be too much for VMT to handle. Kyle Szatrowski (3 hits/3 RBI), Brian Dupree (4 hits/3 RBI), Ryan Storie (2 hits/4 RBI), Dan Mantoni (3 hits), and Ryan Labonte (3 hits/2 doubles) each enjoyed a great night at the plate and will now focus on the winner of the DRC/Dukies series.

Kyle SzatrowskiBrian DupreeRyan Labonte

 Roza Lyons wins series 2-0
(3F) Handdukies
(2F) DRC

Feeney Division

Game 1:  Wednesday, September 9th @ 6:30pm

Handdukies 5 - DRC 4 

DRC carried a 2-1 lead into the top of the sixth inning when the Dukies finally caught up to pitcher, Jason Maxwell's fastball. Mike Durant lead the sixth off with a double and scored the game tying run on James Moccio's single, 2-2. Three batters later, Colin McNeil put the Dukies on top for good with a two run homerun. The Dukes would tack on another run on some sloppy infield play, 5-2.

Running out of time, Tommy Clark and DRC answered in the sixth with a solo homerun making it 5-3. The game then moved on to the seventh and Maxwell kept his team in the game by retiring the side in order. It was on to the bottom of the seventh.

With nobody out, DRC hit three straight singles which led to a run, 5-4. Pitcher Brian Walsh then got a ground out to second but the runners moved up on the play. Now a single to the outfield would win it for DRC. Walsh and coach Marcus Egan decided to intentionally walk the next batter to load the bases and create a force or double play scenario. First baseman, Richie Paris, was playing off and slightly behind the bag. His positioning and the fact that he stands well over six feet would payoff as he snared a sure game winner that was heading to right field. It all came down to the next batter and Walsh knew he had him - a infield pop out closed the books on this one. Game two should be just as exciting.

Brian WalshMike DurantJason Maxwell

Game 2:   Friday, September 11th @ 7:30pm

DRC 12 - Handdukies 5 

The Handdukies pitching walked six batters to lead the game off which led to a quick 4-0 DRC lead. The pitcher eventually settled down but now the Dukies offense couldn't get on track against foe, Jason Maxwell, who was firing nothing but strikes.

DRC and Ty Meka (2 hits/3 runs/2 RBI) then tacked on five more runs in the fifth making it an 11-0 laugher.However, knowing they were about to get mercy ruled must have lit a fire under the Dukies as they went to work in the home half of the fifth, cutting the lead to 11-5. But that would be as close as it would get on this night as DRC avoids elimination and has forced a deciding game three on Wednesday evening. Hopefully, both pitchers are at their best as this could be another classic M Street playoff game.

Jason MaxwellTy Meka

Game 3:   Wednesday, September 16th

DRC 15 - Handdukies 3

DRC powered eight runs across the plate over the first two innings of play and then cruised to an impressive series clinching victory over the Dukies. Danny Kelly (4 hits, HR, 3 RBI) and Tommy Clark (2 hits, HR) hit homeruns in the surge as DRC's relentless attack proved they were too much to contain in this series.

On the defensive side, pitcher Jason Maxwell was on his game again scattering eight hits while yielding just the three runs. DRC will now play the talented Roza Lyons squad in a best of three series.

Jason MaxwellDanny KellyTommy Clark

 DRC wins series 2-1

 (5M) Fat Baby
(1M) Southside Tavern

Moran Division

Game 1: Thursday, September 3rd @ 8:15pm

Fat Baby 13 - Southside Tavern 10

Fat Baby had control of this game from the outset and built a ten run lead before Southside found their swing in the sixth and seventh innings. However, the lead was just too much to overcome in this one as Fat Baby holds on behind pitcher Gil Ward (4 earned runs). Glen Peterson (4 RBI) swatted two homeruns for Southside while Dave Hoerburger and Kris DaRosa provided the key hits for Fat Baby.

Gil WardDave HoerburgerKris DaRosaGlen Peterson

Game 2: Monday, September 14th @ 7:30pm

Fat Baby 14 - Southside Tavern 4

Pitcher Pat McDonough struggled with control in the first inning as four walks led to three runs but then the burly righty settled down and let his offense take the game over. Kevin Lambert (3 hits) and Larry Longo (3 hits) led the way as Fat Baby pounded out nineteen hits, six for extra bases in just four innings of play. All of that was just too much for Southside as they just never got on track in this series. Fat Baby advances to the semi-finals and will play the winner of the Banshee/Betty's series.

Kevin LambertLarry LongoPat McDonough

 Fat Baby wins series 2-0
 (3M) Betty's/Publico
(2M) The Banshee

Moran Division

Game 1: Thursday, September 3rd @ 6:30pm

Betty's/Publico 7 - The Banshee 6

Betty's took a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the fourth when the Banshee's offense erupted for five runs, 5-3. Rob Ryan struck the big blow in the inning by lining a two-run double to center. However, the lead wouldn't last long as Betty's responded the next inning with a two-run homerun by Paul Iasiello, 5-5. Pitcher Alberto Vasquez then retired the side in order in the fifth to keep it a tied game.

In the top of the sixth, Betty's plated two more runs on a RBI triple by Nick Sours and then got what turned out to be the game winning hit by Nick Sloveski, 7-5. In the bottom of the sixth, slugger James Katsiroubas got his club within a run with a long fly ball that left the yard, 7-6. That would complete the scoring in this one as Betty's hangs on for a hard fought victory in game one.

Nick SloveskiAlberto VasquezJames Katsiroubas

Game 2: Tuesday, September 15th @ 6:30pm

The Banshee 16 - Betty's/Publico 14

Banshee's James Katsiroubas made the plays at shortstop and then struck the game winning blow in the top of the seventh with a satellite scraping two run homerun to deep left. However, before that took place this game was well in Betty's hands. Betty's were firing on all cylinders and had built a 10-3 lead on clutch hits by Chris Peris (4 hits) and Jack Sheehy (3 run HR) through four innings of play.

The Banshee tried to get back in the game when they plated two runs in the top of the fifth but Betty's responded with four more of their own, 14-5 after five complete. The game then turned in the sixth when the Banshee sent fifteen batters to the plate and scored nine runs to tie the game. Katsiroubas (3 hits/2 HR/8 RBI) and JJ Sabin struck back to back home runs in the rally. Now it was Betty's turn but pitcher Rob Ryan got three quick outs and we were on to the seventh, 14-14.

In the seventh, Katsiroubas blasted his second homer to put the Banshee ahead by two runs but Betty's had the heart of their order due up in the bottom of the inning. Ryan didn't give in and produced three fly ball outs to seal the victory. It was heard that this was the Banshee's first win playing the early game. If that's true, then they saved it for the perfect moment. The deciding game of the series is the late game on Thursday. Edge to Banshee? We shall see.

James KatsiroubasRob RyanBrian Stanton

Game 3: Thursday, September 17th @ 8:15pm

Betty's/Publico 23 - The Banshee 6

Betty's offense made a statement in the top of the first inning when they sent fifteen batters to the plate, hit two homeruns, and scored ten runs. From that point on it was all Betty's as Banshee was blind sided and couldn't recover to get back in this one.

The bloodletting continued in the second inning when Betty's tacked on six more runs, 16-0. It was curtains at this point as the Banshee didn't have a solution to slow down the relentless Betty's offense.

Paul Iasiello (4 hits/5 RBI) and Alberto Vasquez (3 hits/3 RBI) were the hitting stars in this one. Betty's will now take on Fat Baby in a best of three Moran division final.

Paul IasielloAlberto Vasquez

 Betty's wins series 2-1

 Roza Lyons (1F) & Southside Tavern (1M) receive elimination round bye
(7F) Broadway Bombers
(2F) DRC

Feeney Division

Single Game Elimination: Friday, August 28th @ 6:30pm  

DRC 9 - Broadway Bombers 8

With the score tied 8-8 in the bottom of the seventh, Ty Meka (3 hits/5 RBI) ripped a triple to right center that scored Danny Kelley (3 hits) from first base giving the DRC club the dramatic walk off win. The Bombers, who had trailed every inning but the first, had just tied the game in the top of the seventh on Chris Joyce's (3 hits/3 RBI) two-run single. DRC lost their most productive hitter, Tommy Clark, in the second inning but Meka and Dylan Warfield (2 hits, HR) gave them just enough to fill the void on this night.

Ty MekaChris Joyce


(6F) Playwright Shamrocks
(3F) Handdukies

Feeney Division

Single Game Elimination - Thursday, August 27th @ 6:30pm 

Handdukies 13 - Playwright 1

Pitcher Brian Walsh allows only two hits silencing the Playwright offense as the Handdukies cruise to victory in their single game elimination round. After a scoreless top of the first, Marcus Egan put the Dukies ahead to stay by swatting a grand slam homerun making it 4-0. Two innings later, Richie Paris poked a two-run single to left-center blowing the game open. With Dukies offense creating base traffic every inning and Walsh's mastery on the mound, the Playwright had little chance in this one.

Brian Walsh     Marcus Egan


(5F) VMT
(4F) Dorchester Brew Crew

Feeney Division

Single Game Elimination - Thursday, August 27th @ 8:15pm 

VMT 12 - Dorchester Brew Crew 8

VMT got a seventh inning two-run home run from Forrest Kimball and then survived the bottom of the seventh as they held off a strong effort by the much improving Brew Crew squad. VMT built an 8-3 lead early which would ultimately prove to be the difference in the game. Sam Novicki, Dan O'Connell, and Kevin Amarucci had three hits each for VMT while Glen Parsons, Chris Treon, and David Von-Euw banged out three hits each for the Dorchester Brew Crew.

Forrest KimballGlen Parsons


(7M) Silkworms
(2M) The Banshee

Moran Division

Single Game Elimination: Friday, August 28th @ 8:15pm  

The Banshee 7 - Silkworms 4

Silkworm's Sean Cobelli hit a sixth inning homerun which put the Worms within a run at 5-4 but in the bottom of the same inning, Banshee answered when Dan Mullan and Brian Besinger hit RBI singles making it 7-4. The Worms put a baserunner on in the seventh but pitcher Rob Ryan retired the next two batters and that was the game. Banshee opened the scoring in the first with a three-run blast from James Katsiroubas. Survive and advance is the name of the game as Banshee moves on to the semi-finals in the Moran division.

Rob RyanJames KatsiroubasSean Cobelli


(6M) Pastoral
(3M) Betty's/Publico

Moran Division

Single Game Elimination - Wednesday, September 2nd @ 6:30pm  

Betty's/Publico 14 - Pastoral 1

Betty's got five strong innings from pitcher Alberto Vasquez (no earned runs) and then powered their way to a five inning mercy rule victory over Pastoral. Ryan McManus hit two home runs including one that ended the game. Betty's will now take on The Banshee in a best of three series.

Alberto Vasquez


(5M) Fat Baby
(4M) Big Ballers

Moran Division

Single Game Elimination - Monday, August 31st @ 6:30pm  

Fat Baby 14 - Big Ballers 7

Fat Baby raced out to an early 8-1 lead only to see the Big Ballers respond with a five run fourth inning to get within two. The heavy hitting Fat Baby squad wasn't fazed as they went back to work at the plate scoring two in the fifth and put the game away with four runs in the top of the seventh. Baby hit five homeruns in this game: Chris Amate (3 hits/6 RBI) went deep twice, Dave Hoerburger (3 hits, 4 runs, 4 RBI) 1, Dave Piccirilli 1, and Ross Fino 1. Baller's Gil Adams was the hitting star in defeat collecting four hits while scoring three runs. Gil Ward and Pat McDonough covered the mound duties for the winners. Fat Baby advances to the semi-finals.

Dave HoerburgerDave PiccirilliRoss FinoGil Adams


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