Choate Tennis 2003 Match Summaries

CHOATE TENNIS 2003
Boys' Varsity Team Match Summaries

3/30/03 Kingswood-Oxford Invitational Tennis Tournament # 5/6/03 Kingswood-Oxford School *
4/2/03 Hopkins School (scrimmage) # 5/7/03 Kent School *
4/9/03 Loomis Chaffee School * 5/10/03 Phillips Academy
4/12/03 Phillips Exeter Academy 5/14/03 Hotchkiss School *
4/14/03 Westminster School * 5/17/03 New England Team Championship
4/16/03 Northfield Mt. Hermon School 5/18/03 Alumni #
4/17/03 Cheshire Academy 5/20/03 Greens Farms Academy 
4/23/03 Trinity-Pawling School * 5/21/03 Avon Old Farms School *
4/28/03 Taft School * 5/24/03 New England Prep School Invitational #
4/30/03 Brunswick School 5/30/03 Moorhead Cup All-School Championship #
5/3/03 Deerfield Academy    

* indicates Founders League opponent
# indicates match not counted in NEITA season standings

2003 Kingswood-Oxford Invitational Tennis Tournament

Date: Saturday & Sunday, 29 & 30 March 2003

Venue: Kingswood-Oxford campus (indoor courts), and Conard High School (outdoor courts), West Hartford, CT

Conditions: mild, rainy

Format: eight schools participate; four singles and two doubles entries from each team compete in separate draws; main draw matches are best-of-three-sets with advantage scoring; consolation and playoffs are 8-game pro-sets; teams accrue two points for each main draw win and one point for each consolation or third-place playoff win [due to rain, some matches were abbreviated, with sets starting a 2-all in main draw matches and pro-sets reduced to regular sets]

Team scoring: two points for each main draw win and one point for each consolation draw or third place playoff win

Final Team Results
Place School Points
1. Deerfield Academy 23
T2. Kingswood-Oxford School 22
T2. Lawrenceville School 22
4. Choate Rosemary Hall 18
5. Hotchkiss School 13
6. Taft School 7
7. Westminster School 2
8. West Hartford public high schools 1

Individual match results:

Flight Round Players Team Scores
#1 singles First Round Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 5 3  
Ross Rosenstein '03 Lawrenceville 7 6  
#1 singles Consolation Semifinal Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 8
Alex Ginman '03 Taft 6
#1 singles Consolation Final Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 2
Alex Laporte '03 Deerfield 6
#2 singles First Round Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Will Karnasiewicz '05 Taft 4 2  
#2 singles Semifinal Karl Blunden '04 CRH 5 6 1
Matt Grabala '03 Kingswood-Oxford 7 4 6
#2 singles Third-Place Playoff Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6(4)
Nick Kennedy '03 Deerfield 7
#3 singles First Round Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Paul Zasada '03 West Hartford 0 2  
#3 singles Semifinal Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Anil Magge '03 Kingswood-Oxford 2 1  
#3 singles Championship Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 4 4  
Ben Daly '03 Deerfield 6 6  
#4 singles First Round Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 6  
Angus Littlejohn '03 Taft 2 2  
#4 singles Semifinal Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 6  
Sims Frazier '06 Lawrenceville 1 1  
#4 singles Championship Eliot Jia '06 CRH 7 6  
Brooks Hopple '03 Deerfield 6(3) 0  
#1 doubles First Round Karl Blunden '04 CRH 3 6 7
Mark Goldberg '03 (C)
Mac Ackerman '04 Westminster 6 3 5
Kevin Briggs '05
#1 doubles Semifinal Karl Blunden '04 CRH 2 4  
Mark Goldberg '03 (C)
Stephen Chao '04 Lawrenceville 6 6  
Ross Rosenstein '03
#1 doubles Third-Place Playoff Karl Blunden '04 CRH 1
Mark Goldberg '03 (C)
David Marshall '03 Kingswood-Oxford 6
Sam Peelle '03
#2 doubles First Round Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 6  
Mauricio Osorio '04
Steve Schumsky '03 West Hartford 2 1  
Paul Zasada '03
#2 doubles Semifinal Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 5 4
Mauricio Osorio '04
Mike Lord '05 Lawrenceville 3 7 6
Constantine Mavroudis '04
#2 doubles Third-Place Playoff Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6
Mauricio Osorio '04
Matt Grabala '03 Kingswood-Oxford 1
Zach Hyde '04

Coach's comments: "Our experience in the 30th edition of the KITT was something of a mixed bag: as a team we had a pretty strong Saturday but underperformed a bit on Sunday. After the first day of competition, we appeared in the running for a third straight team title in this event. Match wins in close contests proved elusive the following day, however. Not to worry: we use this event as a scrimmage that gives us the chance to check out our competition while gaining some valuable match play experience early in the season. If we happen to place well as a team, that's a bonus. We now know that we can compete with all of the teams that were assembled for this tournament when we see them in dual match play. But we also come away with a list of things our players and doubles teams need to work on in the weeks ahead.
     "Some highlights worth mentioning: Eliot Jia '06 made a most auspicious Choate Tennis debut in winning the #4 draw without the loss of a set. Captain Mark Goldberg enjoyed a great run, too, losing a close final to a steady Deerfield player in the #3 singles division. Our doubles teams ran into trouble in the semis, but given how little practice time the pairs had before playing, they acquitted themselves pretty well. Doubles is something of a point of pride in our program and we expect to get much stronger on this front as the season progresses.
     "We'll regroup now and look to the rest of the team to join in the fun at our first scrimmage on Wednesday. The players outside our top four are eager to compete. (Thanks to Ming Ong '05 and Angelo Coclanis '05 for their support as our 'orange boys' this past weekend, by the way.)"

Choate vs. Hopkins School (scrimmage: no team score kept)

Date: Wednesday, 2 April 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus
Conditions: mild, overcast

Match format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played, some abbreviated to sets or pro-sets

Individual match results:Eliot Jia '06 uncoils a backhand return.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 4
Mark Goldberg '03 (C)
Lenny Kolstad '05 H 8
Alex Zackheim '05
#2 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Eric Blythe '03 H 1
Ryan Holt '03
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 8
Alex Yimoyines '06
David Goodrich '03 H 5
Adam Sauerteig '04
#4 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Campbell Cross '03 H 0
Jeff Juger '03
#5 doubles Matt Novick '04 CRH 6
Chip Robie '06
Nick Perkins '05 H 8
Sam Reznick '03
#6 doubles Danny Rade '05 CRH 8
Dhruv Singh '04
Dan Glaser '05 H 4
Nathan Lifton '04
#1 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 3 3  
Lenny Kolstad '05 H 6 6  
#2 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 3 3
Alex Zackheim '05 H 4 6 6
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Adam Sauerteig '04 H 1 0  
#4 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6 6(3) 6
Ryan Holt '03 H 1 7 2
#5 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 6 6  
Jeff Juger '03 H 1 4  
#6 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 7 6  
Eric Blythe '03 H 5 4  
#7 singles Matt Novick '04 CRH 8
Campbell Cross '03 H 4
#8 singles David Hendrickson '03 CRH 5
David Goodrich '03 H 8
#9 singles Chip Robie '06 CRH 8
Sam Reznick '03 H 5
#10 singles Danny Rade '05 CRH 6 6  
Nathan Lifton '04 H 4 3  
#11 singles Ben Chase '05 CRH 6
Nick Perkins '05 H 4
#12 singles Ben Chase '05 CRH 7
Dan Glaser '05 H 5
#13 singles John Dillon '06 CRH 1 3  
David Zackheim '08 H 6 6  

Coach's comments: "Given the forecast for a rainy afternoon, the Choate varsity and JV players were fortunate to complete 19 matches--some of them pro-sets and regular sets--against a squad from nearby Hopkins School. This was just what we hope for in a scrimmage: a chance to get accustomed to the dual match format and get pushed a bit while still racking up the preponderance of the day's wins.
     "We looked generally sharp in the doubles play--even where we didn't win--and the Wild Boars dominated the singles other than in the top two positions, where a pair of talented young players salvaged some pride for the Hilltoppers. With no match scheduled for the weekend ahead of us, we now have a full seven days to address some stroke deficiencies, fine tune doubles strategies, tinker with the ladder perhaps, and prepare for next week's Loomis match."

Choate 6, Loomis Chaffee School 1

Date: Wednesday, 9 April 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus
Venue: Tennis and Fitness Club, Rocky Hill, CT
Conditions: indoors

Match format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played

Individual match results:Ming Ong '05 delivering a serve.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Jeff Lahrman '04 LC 4
Joe Vasoontara '04
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mark Goldberg '03 (C)
Zach Berk '03 LC 2
Morgan Phillips '05
#3 doubles Ming Ong '05 CRH 8
Alex Yimoyines '06
Chris Judson '03 LC 4
Peter Prosol '04
#4 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 8
Angelo Coclanis '05
Mike Rosenberg '04 LC 4
Alex Weinberg '04
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 0 3  
Joe Vasoontara '04 LC 6 6  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Jeff Lahrman '04 LC 4 0  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 7 6  
Morgan Phillips '05 LC 5 2  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Zach Berk '03 LC 0 1  
#5 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6 6  
Chris Judson '03 LC 1 0  
#6 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 6 7  
Alex Weinberg '04 LC 2 5  
#7 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6
Peter Prosol '04 LC 3

Coach's comments: "Choate began its quest for a fourth straight Founders League crown with a convincing defeat of the Pelicans. This spring Loomis Chaffee fields a talented team, one almost as young as our own, and so this was a good early-season test for us. In light of continuing rain and cold weather, the match was moved to an indoor tennis club in Rocky Hill--roughly halfway between Wallingford and Windsor--somewhat neutralizing the Loomis home court advantage.
     "The Wild Boars were on their games right out of the gates, sweeping the doubles with four solid victories, including a terrific, hard-fought tilt at #1. We realigned the top of our singles and doubles line-ups in light of the practice sets the boys have been playing over the last week, and the practice competition clearly paid off. In his debut at #1 singles, third former Eliot Jia competed tenaciously and played very well in a loss to a boy who must be counted among the top prep school tennis players in New England this season. Eliot's teammates all prevailed in straight sets, though the scores don't reveal just how competitive a few of these matches were. At #3, for example, captain Mark Goldberg displayed his typical scrappiness in erasing a 0-5 deficit to take the first set and then the match. One court over, in the #2 singles, Mauricio Osorio found himself down a break in the first set before he steeled his nerves and rattled off the final nine games. In all, the guys played some tough tennis to dispatch their rivals."

Choate 6, Phillips Exeter Academy 1

Date: Saturday, 12 April 2003

Venue: Rosenthal courts, Johnson Athletic Center (doubles)/Hunt Tennis Center (singles), CRH campus
Conditions: warm and sunny for the singles

Match format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played [#4 singles third set abbreviated to a tiebreak once team result was determined]

Individual match results:Southpaw Angelo Coclanis '05 drives a forehand.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
Rob Katz '04 PEA 4
Duncan Ma '03
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Austin Blackmon '03 PEA 5
Shamit Desai '04
#3 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 8
Angelo Coclanis '05
David Nee '04 PEA 5
Alex Samuelson '05
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 7  
Duncan Ma '03 PEA 4 5  
#2 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Rob Katz '04 PEA 2 1  
#3 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 3 6
Austin Blackmon '03 PEA 2 6 2
#4 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 5 6 0(4)
Shamit Desai '04 PEA 7 4 1
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 6  
Win Mixter '05 PEA 1 1  
#6 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 6 7  
Louis Albanese '04 PEA 4 6(3)  
#7 singles David Hendrickson '03 CRH 3 6 1
David Nee '04 PEA 6 4 6
#8 singles Ben Chase '05 CRH 6 0 4
Alex Samuelson '05 PEA 4 6 6

Coach's comments: "In light of recent rain worthy of Noah, we began our face-off with the Exonians indoors on the fast courts of our Johnson Athletic Center. Without Mauricio Osorio in the ladder--he was in the health center with a virus--we had to reconfigure doubles teams to three brand new pairings. Happily, all the work we have invested in doubles communications and strategy paid off, as we comfortably swept all three contests.
     "The outdoor courts had become playable in the meantime, thanks to the warm sunshine and gentle breezes that emerged after the noon hour. Thus we spread out for eight singles matches on the Hunt Tennis Center courts. Blue and Gold players Angelo Coclanis and Mark Goldberg quickly won matches at #5 and #2, respectively, to extend the home team's lead. Then Eliot Jia provided the clinching victory in a very competitive match at #1, immediately followed by classmate Jeff Berry's second-set tiebreak win at #6. Karl Blunden closed out his opponent at #3 minutes later, but when #4 Ming Ong leveled his match at a set apiece, the coaches agreed to abbreviate the final set to a tiebreak, since the hour was late and Choate already held a 6-0 lead in the team scoring. Ming was unfortunate not to convert that tiebreak and we also dropped a pair of exhibition matches as well. But we have to feel good about beating a team that schooled us fairly thoroughly a year ago, especially without our #2 player in action today.
     "Next week brings three matches, so the boys have been charged to rest up and get ahead on their schoolwork the remainder of the weekend."

Choate 6, Westminster School 1

Date: Monday, 14 April 2003

Venue: Westminster campus, Simsbury, CT

Conditions: mild, sunny

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); #3 doubles abandoned once doubles point was determined and third set at #6 singles abbreviated to a tiebreak

Individual match results:Captain Mark Goldberg '03 awaits a serve.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
Mac Ackerman '04 W 2
Kevin Briggs '05
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Cyp Vella '03 W 0
Brett Willis '04
#3 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 2
Alex Yimoyines '06
Matt Salzberg '04 W 4
Ben Waters '05
#1 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Mac Ackerman '04 W 2 0  
#2 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 7  
Kevin Briggs '05 W 3 6(2)  
#3 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Matt Salzberg '04 W 0 1  
#4 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 6  
Brett Willis '04 W 3 0  
#5 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6(5) 6 6
Ben Waters '05 W 7 0 2
#6 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 7 0 0(3)
Cyp Vella '03 W 5 6 1

Coach's comments: "Spring finally sprung and the Simbsury weather--while a little cooler and breezier than what we left in Wallingford--was nearly ideal for tennis. Once again, our success in doubles set the tone for the day's play, as the top two pairs posted quick victories. We felt we had enough of a cushion heading into the singles to give our #1 Eliot Jia some much-needed rest in the middle of a stretch in which we are playing six interscholastic matches in eleven days. The remainder of the ladder competed well, each playing up a position for the second match in a row. Westminster's squad is young and eager and will only get tougher next year, as the Martlets will lose no seniors to graduation (their winner in the #6 match was a one-year exchange student). Although things got a little sloppy for us at the bottom of the roster, this invaluable match play experience will serve our own young team in good stead as the season progresses and we face inevitable adversity."

Choate 5, Northfield Mt. Hermon School 2

Date: Wednesday, 16 April 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: warm, sunny

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played

Individual match results:Fifth former Mauricio Osorio about to whip a forehand.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
Ian Behr '03 NMH 3
Willie Thwaites '04
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Ryan Barcome '05 NMH 6
Nils von Pelchrizm '04
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 9
Ming Ong '05
Richard Cheetham '06 NMH 7
Matt Wacks '06
#4 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 8
Alex Yimoyines '06
Nathan Louras '04 NMH 4
Vasin Vongcharoenat '06
#5 doubles David Hendrickson '03 CRH 0
Christopher St. John '03
Matt Shepard-Lupo '06 NMH 8
Ed Wichiencharoen '05
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 7 3 3
Willie Thwaites '04 NMH 5 6 6
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Ryan Barcome '05 NMH 4 3  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Matt Wacks '06 NMH 4 2  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Nils von Pelchrizm '04 NMH 2 1  
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 6  
Ian Behr '03 NMH 3 2  
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 5 4  
Ed Wichiencharoen '05 NMH 7 6  
#7 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 3 4  
Richard Cheetham '06 NMH 6 6  
#8 singles David Hendrickson '03 CRH 2 2  
Matt Shepard-Lupo '06 NMH 6 6  
#9 singles Christopher St. John '03 CRH 2 0  
Nathan Louras '04 NMH 6 6  

Coach's comments: "Temperatures in the 80s set the stage for a friendly showdown between two undefeated teams. Fortunately, Choate's doubles strength once again gave the home team the early edge. Special kudos to the newly formed #3 tandem for rebounding from a 5-1 deficit; the Blue and Gold pair never led until 8-7, but finally found a way to wear down the opposition, taking the pro-set after saving multiple match points.
     "The heart of our singles ladder quickly posted straight-set victories to ensure the team win and preserve the Wild Boars' unbeaten streak, though the Hoggers snared a very competitive #1 singles tilt as well as a tight--and frustrating!--battle at #6 plus three exhibition matches. This NMH squad is much improved over the 2002 version, with solid depth from an influx of young talent. It will be fun to see our two teams face off again over the course of the next few seasons."

Choate 5, Cheshire Academy 2

Date: Thursday, 17 April 2003

Venue: Cheshire Academy campus, Cheshire, CT

Conditions: cool, overcast

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); final set of #2 singles abbreviated to tiebreak once team result was determined

Individual match results:Ming Ong '05 preps a backhand.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
Christian Malerba '04 CA 6
Marcel Morgan '04
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Andrew Black '03 CA 1
Matt Halsey '04
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Naoki Fukuda '03 CA 2
Luke Mester '05
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 4 3  
Marcel Morgan '04 CA 6 6  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 7 1 0(5)
Christian Malerba '04 CA 6(4) 6 1
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 4 6
Andrew Black '03 CA 1 6 4
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 7  
Luke Mester '05 CA 3 6(8)  
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 7  
Matt Halsey '04 CA 3 5  
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6 7  
Naoki Fukuda '03 CA 1 5  

Coach's comments: "Playing the second of back-to-back matches and the third contest in four days, the Wild Boars fought through their fatigue to defeat Cheshire in a cold late afternoon contest. For the fifth time in five dual matches this spring, the Choate pairs swept the doubles. But by the time the singles play rolled around, it was clear that our boys were tired and not playing their sharpest tennis. To their credit, the Cheshire players had something to do with this; our opponents were scrappy competitors who were resourceful in blunting the firepower of the visitors. Cheshire's #1 exhibited tremendous patience in wearing down Eliot Jia in two sets. At #2, Mauricio Osorio was engaged in a heated baseline battle, only to lose a close tiebreak played in lieu of the third set--the third time this season Choate dropped a point in the team scoring under such circumstances! Captain Mark Goldberg staged an effective comeback from 0-3 in the final set in the #3 singles, finally harnessing his attacking game to finish off a maddeningly steady opponent. The rest of our line-up prevailed in straight sets, but not without having been pushed a bit in the process."

Choate 7,  Trinity-Pawling School 0

Date: Wednesday, 23 April 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: cool, overcast

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played; #8 singles abbreviated to a pro-set

Individual match results:First doubles pair Mauricio and Eliot in action.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Dustin Marshall '05 TPS 1
Bizbee Wardman '05
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Cameron Miller '05 TPS 1
Mike Montesano '03
#3 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 8
Angelo Coclanis '05
Dan Fox '03 TPS 1
Dan O'Connor '08
#4 doubles Danny Rade '05 CRH 8
Chip Robie '06
Karl Kulling '03 TPS 0
Ohn Kwan '04
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 6  
Bizbee Wardman '05 TPS 0 0  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Dustin Marshall '05 TPS 0 0  
#3 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Cameron Miller '05 TPS 0 1  
#4 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 6  
Nick Guidi '04 TPS 3 1  
#5 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6 6  
Mike Montesano '03 TPS 3 1  
#6 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 6 6  
Dan O'Connor '08 TPS 1 1  
#7 singles Chip Robie '06 CRH 6 6  
Chris Valle '05 TPS 0 0  
#8 singles David Hendrickson '03 CRH 8
Dan Fox '03 TPS 4

Coach's comments: "Though our roster was missing two starters--captain Mark Goldberg and Alex Yimoyines--the Wild Boars were in fine form against Trinity-Pawling on a very cool day in Wallingford. The younger members of the squad next head to Massachusetts for a USTA tournament over the school's long weekend holiday and will rejoin their teammates in action next week for three home matches: Taft, Brunswick, and Deerfield."

Choate 7, Taft School 0

Date: Monday, 28 April 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: sunny, mild

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played

Individual match results:Jeff Berry '06 volleys.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 8
Mark Goldberg '03 (C)
Chris Carlson '04 T 5
Alex Ginman '03
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Will Karnasiewicz '05 T 6
Angus Littlejohn '03
#3 doubles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6
Alex Yimoyines '06
Dan Kennedy '04 T 8
Cooper Wardell '03
#4 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 8
Angelo Coclanis '05
Matthen Mathew '03 T 6
Peter Wyman '05
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 7 6  
Alex Ginman '03 T 5 2  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Will Karnasiewicz '05 T 1 1  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Angus Littlejohn '03 T 1 1  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 7  
Cooper Wardell '03 T 1 5  
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 5 7 1
Chris Carlson '04 T 7 6(6) 0(3)
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6 6  
Matthen Mathew '03 T 0 0  
#7 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 4 4  
Dan Kennedy '04 T 6 6  
#8 singles Matt Novick '04 CRH 6 6  
Peter Wyman '05 T 3 4  

Coach's comments: "Following the Long Weekend break, the Wild Boars had to shake off some rust to dispatch a Rhinos squad that has improved impressively since we last saw them at the KITT. Taft played especially well in the doubles, and although we took the point, we also dropped our first doubles match of the dual meet season. The singles play all fell Choate's way, though the #5 slugfest between two well-matched southpaws was close throughout and ultimately was decided by back-to-back tiebreaks that Angelo Coclanis managed to win to preserve his undefeated record."

Choate 7, Brunswick School 0

Date: Wednesday, 30 April 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: sunny, mild

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played

Individual match results:First doubles tandem Eliot Jia '06 and Mark Goldberg '03.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 3
Mark Goldberg '03 (C)
Peter Brosens '04 B 8
Zac Hascoe '06
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Charlie Brosens '06 B 4
Brad Carbin '05
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 7
Ming Ong '05
James Francis '06 B 9
Andrew Small '04
#4 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 6
Alex Yimoyines '06
Steve Perlis '03 B 8
Will Sinclair '03
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 0 1  
Peter Brosens '04 B 6 6  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6(3) 4  
Charlie Brosens '06 B 7 6  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 4 2  
Brad Carbin '05 B 6 6  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 2 6 2
Zac Hascoe '06 B 6 4 6
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 0 7 3
James Francis '06 B 6 5 6
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 2 2  
Andrew Small '04 B 6 6  
#7 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 3 2  
Steve Perlis '03 B 6 6  
#8 singles David Hendrickson '03 CRH 3 3  
Will Sinclair '03 B 6 6  

Coach's comments: "This was a tough day for the Wild Boars. We got thumped, in places due to our own lackluster performance and elsewhere because of the superior play of our opponents. Brunswick's squad is deep and talented--easily the strongest team we have yet seen. We ought to have secured the doubles point; we nailed down the #2 match is short order, but had trouble getting started at #1 and let chances slip away at #3. The singles play that followed all went the vistors' way, though there were some noteworthy performances from Choate players: Karl and Angelo each forced third sets and Mauricio staged comebacks from 0-3 in the first set and 0-5 in the second to keep things tight in his baseline war of attrition. Angelo was very nearly the comeback king of the season, rallying to take the second set from a 0-6, 0-4 deficit. He nearly repeated that feat in the third, stringing together a couple of games at 1-5, but his luck ran out.
     "After opening our 2003 campaign with seven straight wins, we are reminded that it's a lot less fun to lose, but we hope to use this experience as fuel for our weekend showdown with arch-rival Deerfield. As our two schools are both among the top-ranked Class 'A" schools this season the outcome of this match will have tournament ramifications. We'll need to be sharper than we were today in order to win, but we'll do our best to get back on a winning track."

Choate 5, Deerfield Academy 2

Date: Saturday, 3 May 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: mild, sunny

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point)

Individual match results:Karl Blunden '04 sticks a backhand volley.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6
Eliot Jia '06
Ben Daly '03 DA 8
Nick Kennedy '03
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 7
Mauricio Osorio '04
Brooks Hopple '03 DA 9
Alex Laporte '03
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Trent Bailey '04 DA 3
John Rogers '06
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 6  
Alex Laporte '03 DA 2 1  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 4 6 7
Nick Kennedy '03 DA 6 0 6(4)
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Ben Daly '03 DA 3 4  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 7 6  
Brooks Hopple '03 DA 5 4  
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 0 6
John Rogers '06 DA 0 6 1
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 3 5  
Trent Bailey '04 DA 6 7  

Coach's comments: "The Wild Boars bounced back from a disastrous midweek outing to beat a very solid Deerfield team by dominating the singles play. The Big Green's top two tandems played some inspired doubles to secure the first team point, winning a pair of close pro-sets. We had chances in both of the contests, but Deerfield played the big points better.
     "As the singles unfolded, what we expected to be a tight showdown turned out to be just that. We needed four of six matches to win, and when we started dropping sets here and there, our prospects could quickly have turned bleak. Fortunately for the home team, the players in the odd positions stepped it up early, as we pulled ahead 3-1 in the team scoring with straight-set victories and #1 and #3 and a lopsided three-set win at #5. (Mark Goldberg's win at #3 was especially satisfying, as the senior captain avenged his two-set loss in the KITT final to the same opponent.) Dropping a tension-filled #6 match shifted the momentum ever so slightly back Deerfield's way, but not long after Karl Blunden's win in two close sets at #4 clinched it for the Blue and Gold. The final match of the day was a baseline battle at #2, finally won in the gloaming by Mauricio Osorio in a third-set tiebreak."

Choate 4, Kingswood-Oxford School 1

Date: Tuesday, 6 May 2003

Venue: indoor courts, Kingswood-Oxford campus, West Hartford, CT

Conditions: (indoors)

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional match played; some contests abandoned once team result was determined

Individual match results:Alex Yimoyines '06 serves.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
David Marshall '03 KO 3
Sam Peelle '03
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Matt Grabala '03 KO 5
Anil Magge '03
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 5
Ming Ong '05
Zack Hyde '03 KO 6
Bob Kastoff '04
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 2 4  
David Marshall '03 KO 6 6  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Matt Grabala '03 KO 4 4  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 7 3 6
Matt Grabala '03 KO 5 6 3
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Zack Hyde '03 KO 1 1  
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 2  
Damon Owlia '05 KO 3 2  
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 5 0  
Uri Seiser '03 KO 7 0  
#7 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 4
Brent Speed '05 KO 8

Coach's comments: "Moving this contest three days earlier was beneficial for both teams, so we snuck in a rare Tuesday match on K-O's fast indoor courts. Our top two doubles pairs were sharp in giving us an early advantage with the doubles point, and we stopped the #3 pro-set, which was on serve, to get the singles underway. The Wyverns fought hard, winning at #1 and battling particularly tenaciously at #2 and #3, but the heart of our ladder stepped it up brilliantly to secure another League win for the Wild Boars. Mauricio Osorio played his finest match of the season to defeat a heretofore unbeaten opponent in yet another baseline war. Captain Mark Goldberg summoned another gutsy performance in finishing off a scrappy and consistent K-O #3 in the third set. Karl Blunden made quick work of his opponent at #4 to keep the match momentum in our favor. We abandoned the final two scoring matches given the lateness of the hour."

Choate 6, Kent School 1

Date: Wednesday, 7 May 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: mild, partly cloudy

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional matches played

Individual match results:Ming Ong '05 lines up a forehand.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Eric Mason '04 K 2
Patrick Peters '04
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Sean Becket '04 K 0
Earl Thompson '04
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 8
Alex Yimoyines '06
Adam Friedman '03 K 2
Andrew Nebel '06
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 7 6  
Patrick Peters '04 K 6(0) 1  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Eric Mason '04 K 1 1  
#3 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Earl Thompson '04 K 3 0  
#4 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 7  
Sean Becket '04 K 4 5  
#5 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 3 6 7
Eric Turri '03 K 6 2 5
#6 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 5 6(2)  
James Bohannon '06 K 7 7  
#7 singles Alex Yimoyines '06 CRH 5 6 4
Brent Speed '05 K 7 2 6
#8 singles David Hendrickson '03 CRH 6 6  
Andrew Nebel '06 K 1 0  
#9 singles Christopher St. John '03 CRH 1 6 2
Adam Friedman '03 K 6 2 6

Coach's comments: "Without the services of captain Mark Goldberg--who was taking an AP exam--the Wild Boars extended their domination of boys' tennis in the Founders League for a 30th straight win. After quick victories in the doubles, the home team ensured the team result with straight set wins in the top four slots. #5 Ming Ong struggled before shutting down his opponent with some solid deep volleys in the final two games of the third set, but Jeff Berry lost two tight sets, allowing the Fighting Episcopalians their sole point."

Choate 5, Phillips Academy 2

Date: Saturday, 10 May 2003
Venue: Phillips Academy campus, Andover, MA
Conditions: mild, partly sunny

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point)

Individual match results:Mark Goldberg '03 prepares for a backhand.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
Simon Hawkins '03 PA 2
Michael Li '06
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Russel Dykema '05 PA 4
Joe Musumeci '03
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Dan Wagman '06 PA 6
Jon Weigel '05
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 4 1  
Michael Li '06 PA 6 6  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Joe Musumeci '03 PA 1 0  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Russel Dykema '05 PA 1 2  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 5 6 6
Simon Hawkins '03 PA 7 4 3
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6(1) 2  
Jon Weigel '05 PA 7 6  
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6 3 6
Dan Wagman '06 PA 4 6 4

Coach's comments: "Although we fully expected to take this match, we also knew that Andover would be hungry for an upset. This team is always 'up' to play us and we certainly had our hands full at one point in the contest. The three doubles pro-sets comfortably fell our way and perhaps the ease with which we took the opening point led to some complacency.
     "In the singles, a pair of lopsided wins at #2 and #3 extended the CRH lead to 3-0, but then complications unfolded. At #1, Eliot saw an early 4-2 lead slip away into a straight set loss against a consistent counterpuncher (who is also a 9th grader). Meanwhile at #4, Karl held break points while up 2-5 and 15-40, but lost the opening set when his opponent began to employ an effective moonballing game to derail the South African's rhythm. On the next court, #5 Angelo Coclanis struggled to find control in the swirling wind and after losing the first-set tiebreak, he dropped the second set in short order. The swing point of the day turned out to be the #6 match, wherein Ming Ong recovered from a second-set lapse to get an early break in the third; he closed out the match by uncorking four scorching first serves. Meanwhile, back at #4 Karl had leveled his showdown at a set apiece and fought his way to a win from a 1-3 final set deficit by playing tennis he described as 'brilliant, inventive, and generally excellent.'
     "We feel a bit relieved to have passed this test and are looking forward to a lighter week capped by the tournament next weekend.
"

Choate 7, Hotchkiss School 0

Date: Wednesday, 14 May 2003 

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: mild, overcast

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point) [#1 singles third set abbreviated to tiebreak once team result was decided]

Individual match results:Karl Blunden '04 prepping a backhand shot.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 7
Mauricio Osorio '04
Michael Hammond '03 H 9
Chris Ingram '03
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Jamie Benedict '03 H 1
Scott Clifford '05
#3 doubles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 8
Angelo Coclanis '05
Greg Hammond '04 H 4
Max Moehlmann '04
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 7 6(2) 1
Michael Hammond '03 H 5 7 0(3)
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 6 6  
Chris Ingram '03 H 0 1  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6 6  
Scott Clifford '05 H 4 3  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Max Moehlmann '04 H 1 4  
#5 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 6 3 6
Jamie Benedict '03 H 1 6 2
#6 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 6 6  
Jack McClendon '05 H 4 3  

Coach's comments: "Aside from a bit of a stumble at #1 doubles, it was a good day at the office for the Choate boys. Even though this Bearcats squad is not as strong as Hotchkiss teams of the past--and was missing two top players due to injury--the visitors fought hard and made us work for the win. #1 Eliot Jia '06 won a tiebreak immediately after losing one to preserve the shutout and Ming Ong took the final six games for a three-set win at #5. We opted to rest Mark in the doubles and Angelo in the singles to give our alternate doubles pairs and singles player Jeff Berry a bit more match play in a 'real' contest this week and it turned out well.
     "We now turn our attention to the weekend's tournament. We'll need to win two team matches on Saturday and one on Saturday to claim the championship, so we have our work cut out for us. It ought to be fun."

New England Team Championships

Class "A" quarterfinal match:
Choate 4, Groton
School 2

Date: Saturday, 17 May 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: cool, clearing skies

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point); additional match played [#2 doubles and #3 singles some contests abandoned once team result was determined]

Individual match results:Mark Goldberg '03 drills a backhand volley.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
Stu Landesberg '03 G 3
Adaner Usmani '04
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 4
Mauricio Osorio '04
Teddy Bunzel '04 G 5
John Grenier '04
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 8
Ming Ong '05
Chester Hall '04 G 2
Palmer Higgins '06
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 6 6  
Stu Landesberg '03 G 2 2  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 7 6  
Teddy Bunzel '04 G 6(3) 2  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 6(4) 4  
Adaner Usmani '04 G 7 4  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
John Grenier '04 G 1 3  
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 1 6 4
Chester Hall '04 G 6 3 6
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 3 2  
Ian McGregor '05 G 6 6  
#7 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH 3 1  
Palmer Higgins '06 G 6 6  

Coach's comments: "The Wild Boars won this very competitive match with some gritty play when it counted. We came out strong in the doubles, quickly winning at #1 and #3 to clinch the first team point. Third form wunderkind Eliot Jia was on fire at #1, giving us a second point shortly thereafter. His #4 teammate Karl Blunden was not far behind in racking up a third point, but his victory offset the trouble we soon ran into at the #5 and #6 singles positions. In the #5 tilt, Angelo Coclanis very nearly dug his way out of a deep hole, only to lose a close third set. Choate then led 3-2 with Mauricio Osorio and Mark Goldberg still on court; the former had won a first-set tiebreak but the latter had lost one. These were tense and generally well-played matches that would decide which of the two squads would advance. Mauricio managed to harness his baseline attack to wear out his opponent in the second set, thus relieving Mark--whom we believe would have pulled it out in three sets!--and securing our berth in the semis later in the afternoon against Deerfield. It was a good win over a solid and classy Groton team."

Class "A" quarterfinal match:
Choate 3, Deerfield
Academy 4

Date: Saturday, 17 May 2003

Venue: Hunt Tennis Center, CRH campus

Conditions: sunny, warm

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point) [#3 doubles abandoned once team result was determined]

Individual match results:Angelo Coclanis '05 en route to a 6-0 third set victory.

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 8
Eliot Jia '06
Ben Daly '03 DA 3
Nick Kennedy '03
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 8
Mauricio Osorio '04
Brooks Hopple '03 DA 4
Alex Laporte '03
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6
Ming Ong '05
Trent Bailey '04 DA 5
John Rogers '06
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 5 5  
Alex Laporte '03 DA 7 7  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 5 2  
Nick Kennedy '03 DA 7 6  
#3 singles Mark Goldberg '03 (C) CRH 2 0  
Ben Daly '03 DA 6 6  
#4 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 6 6  
Brooks Hopple '03 DA 2 2  
#5 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 6 5 6
Trent Bailey '04 DA 4 7 0
#6 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH 4 0  
John Rogers '06 DA 6 6  

Coach's comments: "Our performance against Deerfield in the New England tournament was in some ways the reverse of the match we played against the Big Green just two weeks before. In the earlier encounter, we dropped the doubles point but dominated the singles play, taking five of six matches contested. This time around, we fired on all cylinders to nab the doubles point without much resistance, but seemed tired and flat against virtually the same singles line-up we had handled before (the #5 and #6 on the D.A. roster had flipped positions).
     "In the five years we've played in this team tournament format, we've consistently lost tough matches by just one point--a frustrating pattern, to say the least! Deerfield deserved this win; its senior-heavy team was a little hungrier to knock off Choate on our home turf before an enthusiastic Reunion Weekend crowd."

Choate 0, Greens Farms Academy 5

Date: Monday, 19 May 2003

Venue: GFA campus, Westport, CT

Conditions: warm, sunny

Format: matches played in NEITA 7-point format (3 doubles pro-sets followed by 6 best-of-three-sets singles matches; advantage scoring throughout; doubles collectively worth one point)

Individual match results:

Position Players Team Scores
#1 doubles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 2
Mauricio Osorio '04
Mickey Gallagher '04 GFA 8
Marshall Wheeler '03
#2 doubles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 5
Ming Ong '05
Chris Piasecki '04 GFA 5
Grant Picarillo '03
#3 doubles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 1
Alex Yimoyines '06
Chris Innes '03 GFA 8
Joakim Steinbeck '04
#1 singles Eliot Jia '06 CRH 2 3  
Marshall Wheeler '03 GFA 6 6  
#2 singles Mauricio Osorio '04 CRH 1 1  
Mickey Gallagher '04 GFA 6 6  
#3 singles Karl Blunden '04 CRH 0 2  
Innes '03 GFA 6 6  
#4 singles Angelo Coclanis '05 CRH 2 1  
Grant Picarillo '03 GFA 6 6  
#5 singles Ming Ong '05 CRH      
Chris Piasecki '04 GFA      
#6 singles Jeff Berry '06 CRH      
Joakim Steinbeck '04 GFA      

Coach's comments: "Missing our senior captain due to a sixth form field trip, we couldn't field depth sufficient to contend with this strong team, coming off a victory in the Class "B" New England tournament. Thus what was a tight 4-3 match a year ago against virtually the same line-up turned into a quick win for the GFA squad."

Choate vs. Avon Old Farms School

2003 New England Prep School Invitational Tennis Tournament

Upshur Moorhead '30 Cup


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