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UW Visits Palouse As WSU Begins Three-Game Homestand
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Release: 02/18/2004
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Feb. 18, 2004

What's Happening:

Saturday, Feb. 21
vs. Washington
3 p.m.
Friel Court at Beasley Coliseum
Pullman, Wash.
Televised Live on Fox Sports Northwest

Up Next:
Thursday, Feb. 26
vs. Arizona
7 p.m.
Friel Court at Beasley Coliseum
Pullman, Wash.

Saturday, Feb. 28
vs. Arizona State
2 p.m.
Friel Court at Beasley Coliseum
Pullman, Wash.

What's Happening: A three-game homestand commences for the Washington State women's basketball team when the Washington Huskies visit the Palouse Saturday, Feb. 21...the WSU-UW game is slated for a 3:07 p.m. tip-off at Friel Court at Beasley Coliseum... the game will be televised live on Fox Sports Northwest with Ann Schatz and Rhonda Smith calling the action...the Cougars conclude the regular season next week with home contests against Arizona (Feb. 26) and Arizona State (Feb. 28).

Tickets: Tickets for all Cougar home games are available through the WSU Ticket Office, North 225 Grand, Pullman, Wash. 99164-1910, or by calling 800-GO-COUGS.

San Jose To Host Third Annual Pacific-10 Conference Tournament: The 2003-04 season will conclude with the third annual Pacific-10 Conference Women's Basketball Tournament at the Compaq Center in San Jose, Calif., March 5-8. All the Pac-10 schools will participate in the tournament with the winner receiving the conference's automatic bid to the 2004 NCAA Tournament. For ticket information call 1-800-GO-COUGS.

Purchase A Women's Basketball T-shirt And Help The Cougars On An Italian Expedition: As a fund raiser for their May 17-28 tour of Italy, the Cougars are selling a one-of-a kind T-shirt for $15 each. Shirts can be purchased before, during or after the game next to the marketing table on the concourse at Section 14.

WSU Hall Of Fame Inductees To Be Recognized At Halftime: The 2004 Washington State Hall of Fame class will be honored at halftime of the WSU-UW game...headlining this year's induction will be long-time women's coach and administrator Carol Gordon, Olympic gold medalist Julius Korir, men's basketball coach George Raveling, who guided WSU to two NCAA tournaments, one of Washington's most successful prep coaches, Linda Sheridan, and All-America football player Mike Utley. ..all but Korir are slated to attend the induction ceremonies....induction ceremonies will take place at the CUB Ballroom in Pullman...reception will begin at 6 p.m., with dinner scheduled for 7 p.m., followed by the induction ceremonies.

1,000 Fans Equals $1,000 To Charity: The theme for Saturday's game is "Pac the House Day"...bring the friends and family to pack Beasley Coliseum....head coach Sherri Murrell is renewing her challenge that if 1,000 or more fans attend Saturday's game she will donate $1,000 to a local charity...the last time WSU drew 1,000 fans was Feb, 3, 2001 when 1,231 attended the WSU-UW game...the official NCAA mascot, JJ Jumper, will be featured in halftime mascot basketball festivities including local area mascots...JJ will be signing autographs after the game...in addition, Saturday's game will mark a reunion of sorts as several WSU women's basketball alumni will be in attendance.

About Washington: Giuliana Mendiola leads the team and is second in the conference averaging 20.2 points a game...Andrea Lalum is also averaging double figures scoring at a 15.5 points a game clip...UW is third in the conference in scoring averaging 72.4 points a game...the Huskies have alternated between a loss and a win in the last six games...UW is coming off a 67-56 win at Oregon, Feb.14.

Series With UW: The Huskies lead the all-time series with WSU 48-17... UW has captured the last 17 games...the Cougars' last win was Feb. 25, 1995, a 72-67 triumph at Pullman...earlier this season, WSU fell to UW, 72-54, Jan. 24... Kate Benz scored a double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Cougars...Giuliana Mendiola led a quartet of Huskies in double figures with 18 points.

Last Year's Game In Pullman: Candace Fields and Jessica Perry led a quartet of Washington State players in double figures with 17 points each in the Cougars' 77-69 loss to UW, Dec.28, 2002...although the Huskies captured the conference opener for both teams, the Cougars did not make it easy, rallying from a 19-point first half deficit to take the lead in the second half...Loree Payne led a group of three Huskies (9-1) in double figures with a game-high 29 points. Giuliana Mendiola (14 points) and Andrea Lalum (12 points) completed the trio...Emma Joneby (12 points) and Kim Dugan (11 points) rounded out the double-digit scoring contingent for WSU...Fields also pulled down a game-high nine rebounds.

WSU Head Coach Sherri Murrell On This Week: "I look forward to playing UW at our place. We gave them a good effort last year; unfortunately we had a deep hole to bounce back from. We have a good chance, hope is there. I think when our kids feel like there is hope they play to win."

Benz Baskets: Freshman Kate Benz averaged a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds in two games last week at the Oregon schools...she recorded a game-high 17 points and added nine rebounds at Oregon, Feb. 12...two days later Benz pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds and chipped in nine points at Oregon State...Benz has recorded eight games scoring in double figures and five games with double-digits in rebounds this season...in the last three games Benz has averaged 15.3 points and 10.0 rebounds a game... recorded her third double-double of the season with 20 points and 10 rebounds against UCLA, Feb. 8...that marked her third double-double in a five-game span... is fifth in the Pac-10 in that category...point total against UCLA was a season-high...scored 14 points and pulled down 11 rebounds at Stanford, Jan. 31...turned in her first double-double this season with 15 points and 10 rebounds against UW, Jan. 24...has the team's only double-doubles this season...leads the team in rebounds (6.8/game) and is second in scoring (9.4 points/game)...in conference games only, Benz is averaging 10.7 points and 6.9 rebounds a game...pulled down 19 rebounds against San Diego State, Dec. 22, tying her for sixth on the school's all-time list for rebounds in a game...tallied nine offensive and 10 defensive boards before fouling out with 3:15 left...the WSU record for rebounds in a game is 22, set on three occasions....last year Bianca McCall also grabbed 19 rebounds in a game as she hit the number against Wyoming...Benz is ranked among the top 10 in four categories: sixth in rebounds, seventh in offensive rebounds (2.54/game), tied for seventh in defensive rebounds (4.25/game) and 10th in blocks (.54/game).

Murrell On Benz: "She is just an unbelievable competitor. I just love how she never gives up. She is relentless both offensively and defensively. She is a key player for us. I thought her play over the weekend was such a bright spot for our team."

Double-Digit McCall: Bianca McCall is coming off a 19-point effort at Oregon State, Feb. 14...she has reached double figures in points in five of the last six games...has hit double-digits in scoring 13 times this season and 34 times in her career... came off the bench to average 22.5 points and 8.0 rebounds in two games at Cal and Stanford, Jan. 29 & 31...scored a team-high 16 points and pulled down a game-high eight rebounds in the win at Cal, Jan. 29....also added three blocks, two assists and a steal in the 64-59 win over the Bears...11 points, six rebounds and two blocks came in the second half sparking the Cougars'...poured in a career-high 29 points (previous high was 24 points at Cal, Jan. 18, 2003) against Stanford, Jan. 31...made a career-high 11 field goals en route to posting the game-high point total... the 29-point effort was the highest point total by a Cougar since Feb. 24, 2000 when Alke Dietel scored 30 points at, coincidentally, Stanford...it was McCall's eighth career 20-point game and second this season... recorded her first 20-point game of the season with 20 points at Arizona State, Dec. 27... leads the Cougars in scoring (11.6 points/game) and is second in rebounds (5.5/game)...returned to the court against Utah, Dec. 13 after missing the previous two games recovering from a concussion sustained in the second half of the Nov. 29 loss at Baylor... scored 13 points (all in the second half) in the 59-58 win at Eastern Washington, Nov. 26...the last two points of the 13 were the most dramatic as McCall's put back off of a Charmaine Jones miss with 3.9 seconds left propelled the Cougars to victory....ranks 12th in the conference in scoring.

Fabulous Frosh: The freshmen quartet of Kate Benz, Adriane Ferguson, Stephanie Singer and Nikki Stratton have played in a combined 89 games this season...the trio of Benz and Singer have played in every game... Ferguson has seen action in 22 games while Stratton has seen time in 19...Benz has started every game, Ferguson 18 games, Singer seven and Stratton two...along with Benz's eight games scoring in double figures, Ferguson has hit double figures five times and Singer four...Stratton recorded her first game in double-digits with 10 points against Oregon, Feb. 12.

Access Denied!: WSU is well-represented in the Pac-10 rankings in blocked shots...the Cougars hold four individual positions in the top 10 list for blocks...Bianca McCall (.77 blocks/game) is sixth in the conference...Candace Fields and Adriane Ferguson are tied for eighth (.59/game)...Kate Benz (.54/game) is 10th... with 53 career blocks, Fields is fifth on the school's all-time list in that category...Fields' four blocks against California, Jan. 4 was a career-high.

Crashing The Boards: The Cougars have out-rebounded their opponents in 11 games... that are the most games that WSU has out-rebounded an opponent since the 1995-96 season (12)...last year, WSU out-rebounded its opponents in four games.

Making Good From The Charity Stripe: The Cougars are third in the Pac-10 in free throw percentage (332-of-456, 72.8 percent)...Charmaine Jones has converted 63-of-80 (78.8 percent) from the charity stripe, which is fourth in the conference...Jones has hit a perfect 6-of-6 from the line twice (at UCLA, Jan. 9 and at Cal, Jan. 29).

Attendance Up: The 743 fans who witnessed the WSU-UCLA game, Feb. 8 were the most fans to attend a WSU home game since 1,231 people saw WSU and Washington play, Feb 3, 2001...additionally, a total of 1,362 fans saw the two-game homestand against the Los Angeles schools, Feb. 6 & 8...that was the largest number of fans to attend a two-game homestand since 1,455 people came to see the Cougars play the Oregon schools, Jan. 18 & 20, 2001.

Milestones From The Cal Win: The come from behind win at Cal, Jan. 29 marked the Cougars' first Pac-10 road win since Feb. 15, 2001, when WSU defeated Oregon 77-76, a span of 27 Pac-10 road games...in addition, the 12-point deficit the Cougars overcame tied for the seventh greatest comeback in school history...WSU was down 42-30 with 15:10 remaining in the game...coincidentally, one of the previous 12-point comebacks was at California, Feb. 22, 1997...the Cougars rallied to capture an 83-70 win that day.

Exceeding the Past Two Seasons: With five wins this season, the Cougars have exceeded their combined win total over the past two seasons (4)...WSU won two games each in the 2001-02 and 2002-03 campaigns.

Back to Defense: The Cougars held their opponents to under 60 points five times this season with the most recent occurrence coming at Cal, Jan. 29...WSU is 5-0 when holding the opposition to under 60 points and 0-19 when allowing at or above 60 points...the Cougars held the opposition to under 60 points in four of the season's first six games...in 28 games last season, the Cougars held their opponents to under 60 points three times...the 49 points allowed by the Cougars against Utah Valley State were the fewest allowed by the team since a 55-49 win over Portland State, Nov. 26, 2001...WSU held two opponents (Fresno State, .291; Utah Valley State, .288) to under 30 percent field goal percentage...the last time WSU held two opponents under 30 percent field goal percentage in the same season was in 2000-01...WSU held American (.263) and Vermont (.269) to under 30 percent that season.

For Three!: The nine treys by the Cougars at Oregon, Feb. 12 were the most by the team since WSU made 12 in a 77-76 win at, coincidentally, Oregon, Feb. 15, 2001...Lindsey Egeland's perfect 4-of-4 performance from 3-point range in the win over Utah Valley State, Dec. 6 marked the first time a Cougar was perfect from behind the arc with a minimum of four attempts since Tricia Lamb (4-of-4) Feb. 13, 1999 against Oregon State at Pullman.

Cougar Notes: The Cougars were without the services of Adriane Ferguson and Kim Dugan during last week's trip to the Oregon schools...Ferguson was recovering from the effects of a concussion sustained against UCLA, Feb. 7... the freshman is questionable for Saturday's game against UW...Dugan had an emergency appendectomy, Feb. 2 and is out the next 2-3 weeks...with 236 career assists, Jessica Perry is 10th on the school's all-time list in that category...two players (Lindsey Egeland, Kate Benz) have started all 24 games...11 players have started at least one game for WSU...10 players have scored in double figures in at least one game.

Road Warriors: The Nov. 24 Wyoming game began a stretch of three road games over the course of six days...along with the trip to Laramie, Wyo., WSU traveled to Cheney, Wash. for a game at Eastern Washington before going south to Waco, Texas for a game at Baylor...the road trek encompassed 4,628 air miles, 780 bus miles, six motels and four states.

First Time Since...

*The win against Fresno State, Nov. 21 marked the first season-opening triumph for WSU since three years ago to the day. The Cougars captured a 59-52 win at American University, Nov. 21, 2000 to open the 2000-01 campaign.

* The win at Wyoming, Nov. 24 improved the Cougars' record to 2-0 marking the first time since the 1998-99 campaign that WSU began a season with consecutive victories. The Cougars opened up that season with five straight wins.

* The Wyoming victory also marked the first road win for WSU since a 77-76 win at Oregon, Feb. 15, 2001, a span of 28 games.

* The win at Eastern Washington, Nov. 26, which followed up the road triumph at Wyoming, marked the second road win for WSU in the span of three days. The last time WSU won two consecutive road games was in 1997 when the Cougars followed up a win at, coincidentally, Wyoming, Nov. 23. with a victory at Gonzaga, Nov. 28.

Double Doubleheaders: The Cougars have been part of four men's/women's basketball doubleheaders this season...WSU was part of the opening act at Eastern Washington and was in the finale at Baylor, vs. Utah Valley State and at Utah...the Cougars were 2-2 in the doubleheader games scoring wins over Eastern Washington and Utah Valley State.

Murrell Member of National Committee: In addition to her WSU head coaching duties, Sherri Murrell is a member of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)/Kodak All-American Team Selection Committee...Murrell serves as the representative for District 8, which encompasses the western part of the nation...the Kodak/WBCA All-America Teams honor the 10 best collegiate women's basketball players in the nation...Murrell, along with the representatives from the other seven districts, select the Kodak/WBCA All-America Team from a list of finalists determined by WBCA member coaches....for more information on the All-American Team go to wbca.org.

Moore Transfers: Keisha Moore, a 6-foot-2 center from J.W. North High School (Riverside, Calif.), has elected to transfer to the Washington State women's basketball program from the University of Idaho, WSU Head Coach Sherri Murrell announced, Dec. 22...because of NCAA Division I transfer rules; Moore is not eligible to play for the Cougars until the day after the conclusion of the 2004 fall semester...she is allowed to practice with the team however....Moore is not the only player to join the Cougars as Crystal Blue - a 5-foot-10 guard from Seattle Wash., who signed with the team last spring - has been declared academically eligible and can practice with the team as well... Blue will be eligible to compete in the 2004-05 season.

Cougars Ink Shired: Sabrina Shired, a 6-foot-4 center from Casa Grande High School (Petaluma, Calif.), signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Washington State women's basketball team next fall, head coach Sherri Murrell announced Nov. 12...as a junior at Casa Grande, Shired averaged seven points, eight rebounds and three blocks in leading her team to the playoffs...that followed up a sophomore season in which she averaged 12 points and nine rebounds a contest...Shired earned Sonoma County League Freshman of the Year honors and was selected as the California Intercollegiate Federation Woman of the Year in 2001. She participated in the adidas All-Star Camp and the Triple Threat Basketball Club last summer.

Westside Clinic A Success: The fall coaching clinic that Murrell conducted with her coaching staff and team proved to be a success as it drew approximately 150 coaches and student-athletes to Redmond High School, Nov. 1...the clinic featured on court demonstrations in a live practice setting with the team...coaches were able to ask questions as the drills were being conducted...this was the second consecutive year that Murrell has conducted a fall clinic...last year's clinic was in downtown Seattle with special guest speaker Lin Dunn, the former head coach and general manager of the WNBA's Seattle Storm.

Coaching Staff: Sherri Murrell, who coached the University of the Pacific to four consecutive winning seasons, is in her second season as head coach of the Cougars...while at Pacific, Murrell coached the Tigers to a 68-46 record including a 40-20 mark in Big West Conference play...the Tigers' 19 wins in 2002 were the most wins by the program since 1995...Murrell has a mark of 122-105 in her eight-year coaching career...assistant Mark Lewis brings 18 years of coaching experience to the program... Lewis, who is in his second season at WSU, spent five years (1996-2001) as an assistant at Arizona State...assistants Lisa Fisher and Christopher Holland also return for their second season as Cougars...both served as assistants on Murrell's staff at the University of the Pacific during the 2001-02 season...prior to coming to Pacific, Fisher coached at Northeastern in Boston, Mass., where she was an assistant during the 2000-01 season...preceding her coaching at Northeastern, Fisher was at Portland State from 1996-2000, where she also worked with Murrell from 1996 to 1998... before his year at Pacific, Holland was at Arizona State, where he was a women's basketball team manager for five years...Sarah Allen joins the Cougar staff as director of basketball operations...Allen played two seasons for the Dayton Flyers after transferring from Arizona State...while at ASU, Allen was selected to the All-Pac-10 Freshman Team after the 2000 campaign.

Internet: WSU women's basketball releases, statistics, and notes are loaded weekly on the WSU Athletics Home Page. The address is: http://www.wsucougars.com.

A Look At The Cougs:

No. 3 Jessica Perry: Played in all 24 games, starting 18...averaging 6.4 points a game, which is fourth on the team...scored a season-high 18 points against Stanford, Jan. 2...has reached double figures in points eight times, the latest being an 11-point effort at Oregon, Feb. 12...tied a career-high with nine rebounds against UCLA, Feb. 7...leads team in assists (2.3/game) and steals (1.6/game)...236 career assists is No. 10 on the school's all-time list in that category.

No. 5 Nikki Stratton: Freshman has seen action in 19 games averaging 2.0 points a contest...started last two games...made first start as a Cougar at Oregon, Feb. 12 where she recorded a season-high 10 points...also dished out a season-high five assists...a native of Colorado Springs, Colo., garnered first team All-State recognition posting a 16 points per game average while leading the state of Colorado with an assist average of 6.1 per outing in her senior year at Coronado High School.

No. 10 Stephanie Singer: Freshman has played in all 24 games, starting seven ...averaging 3.8 points and 2.1 assists a game...has reached double figures in points four times...scored a season-high 12 points at Arizona State, Dec. 27... from Marist High School out of Eugene, Ore., where she received first team All-State honors while putting up 15 points per game and dishing out seven assists in her senior year.

No. 15 Emma Joneby: Played in 23 games, starting one...averaging 0.9 points and 1.1 rebounds a game...recorded season highs in points (five) and rebounds (four) in the season-opening win over Fresno State, Nov. 21...scored a career-high 12 points four times, the last being Feb. 3, 2003 at Arizona.

No. 21 Lindsey Egeland: Started all 24 games...one of only two players (Benz) to start every game...averaging 5.1 points game...has reached double figures in scoring four times...most recent was 10-point effort at California, Jan. 29...scored a season-high 14 points against Utah Valley State, Dec. 6...perfect 4-of-4 performance from 3-point range vs. Utah Valley State marked the first time a Cougar was perfect from behind the arc with a minimum of four attempts since Tricia Lamb (4-of-4) Feb. 13, 1999 against Oregon State at Pullman...leads team with 17 treys... walked-on the team as a freshman in 2000 and has worked her way into a starting position.

No. 23 Charmaine Jones: Played in all 24 games, starting one...averaging 6.7 points a game, which is third on the team...scored a career-high 19 points at Stanford, Jan. 31...is 63-of-80 (.788) from the charity stripe...reached double figures in points five times...recorded nine points on four occasions... played a vast amount as a freshman seeing action in 20 games including the final 19 games of the 2002-03 season.

No. 24 Adriane Ferguson: Freshman has played in 22 games, starting 18...hit double-digits in scoring five times including a season-high 13 points twice (San Diego State, Dec. 22; at USC, Jan. 11)...pulled down eight rebounds twice (Nebraska, Dec. 4; at USC, Jan. 11)...averaging 5.2 points and 3.5 rebounds a game...a graduate of Mead High School of Spokane, Wash., became the first player from the Greater Spokane League to choose WSU since 1985.

No. 32 Kate Benz: Averaged a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds in two games last week at the Oregon schools...recorded a game-high 17 points and added nine rebounds at Oregon, Feb. 12...two days later, pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds and chipped in nine points at Oregon State...has recorded eight games scoring in double figures and five games with double-digits in rebounds this season...in the last three games has averaged 15.3 points and 10.0 rebounds a game... recorded her third double-double of the season with 20 points and 10 rebounds against UCLA, Feb. 8...that marked her third double-double in a five-game span... entered week tied for fifth in the Pac-10 in that category...point total against UCLA was a season-high...scored 14 points and pulled down 11 rebounds at Stanford, Jan. 31...turned in her first double-double this season with 15 points and 10 rebounds against UW, Jan. 24...has the team's only double-doubles this season...leads the teams in rebounds (6.8/game) and is second in scoring (9.4 points/game)...in conference games only, is averaging 10.7 points and 6.9 rebounds a game...pulled down 19 rebounds against San Diego State, Dec. 22, tying her for sixth on the school's all-time list for rebounds in a game...tallied nine offensive and 10 defensive boards before fouling out with 3:15 left...the WSU record for rebounds in a game is 22, set on three occasions....last year Bianca McCall also grabbed 19 rebounds in a game as she hit the number against Wyoming...is ranked among the top 10 in four categories: sixth in rebounds, seventh in offensive rebounds (2.54/game), tied for seventh in defensive rebounds (4.25/game) and 10th in blocks (.54/game).

No. 34 Kim Dugan: Seen action in 17 games, starting two...averaging 3.1 points a game...is out the next 2-3 weeks after having an emergency appendectomy, Feb. 2...scored a season-high 10 points at Arizona, Dec. 29...tied a career-high with three treys against the Wildcats...scored seven points on two occasions...career-high point total is 12 at Gonzaga. Dec. 11, 2002.

No. 35 Bianca McCall: Coming off a 19-point effort at Oregon State, Feb. 14...has reached double figures in points in five of the last six games...has hit double-digits in scoring 12 times this season and 33 times in her career... came off the bench to average 22.5 points and 8.0 rebounds in two games at Cal and Stanford, Jan. 29 & 31...scored a team-high 16 points and pulled down a game-high eight rebounds in the win at Cal, Jan. 29....also added three blocks, two assists and a steal in the 64-59 win over the Bears...11 points, six rebounds and two blocks came in the second half sparking the Cougars'...poured in a career-high 29 points (previous high was 24 points at Cal, Jan. 18, 2003) against Stanford, Jan. 31...made a career-high 11 field goals en route to posting the game-high point total... the 29-point effort was the highest point total by a Cougar since Feb. 24, 2000 when Alke Dietel scored 30 points at, coincidentally, Stanford...it was McCall's eighth career 20-point game and second this season... recorded her first 20-point game of the season with 20 points at Arizona State, Dec. 27... leads the Cougars in scoring (11.6 points/game) and is second in rebounds (5.5/game)...returned to the court against Utah, Dec. 13 after missing the previous two games recovering from a concussion sustained in the second half of the Nov. 29 loss at Baylor... scored 13 points (all in the second half) in the 59-58 win at Eastern Washington, Nov. 26...the last two points of the 13 were the most dramatic as McCall's put back off of a Charmaine Jones miss with 3.9 seconds left propelled the Cougars to victory....ranks 12th in the conference in scoring.

No. 42 Jami Clevenger: Seen action is 10 games...averaging .4 points a contest and 1.2 rebounds a game... started 17 of the 27 games in 2002-03 averaging 3.1 points a game.

No. 43 Kolleen Horton: Seen time in 17 games...averaging 1.5 points and 1.4 rebounds a game...scored a season-high six points against Utah Valley State, Dec. 6...pulled down a season-high six rebounds at Idaho. Dec. 20...played a season-high 21 minutes against the Vandals.

No. 44 Candace Fields: Played in 22 games, starting 10...averaging 4.5 points and 4.5 rebounds a game...recorded a season-high 16 points (just three off career-high) at UCLA, Jan. 9...pulled down a season-high eight rebounds twice... with 53 career blocks, is fifth on the school's all-time list in that category...her four blocks against California, Jan. 4 was a career-high.

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