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2016 Season Results

August 25
San Bernardino Valley Scrimmage (home)
4 pm

September 3
Ctrus (away)
48-41 L OT

September 10
Bakersfield (away)
45-35 L

September 17
Golden West (home)
24-16 W

September 24
Grossmont (away)
3 pm

October 1
Palomar (home)
6 pm

October 15
Riverside (home)
6 pm

October 22
Long Beach (awway)
6 pm

October 29
Mt SAC (away)
6 pm

November 5
El Camino (home)
6 pm

November 12
LA Harbor (home)
6 pm



Cameron Coleman PANTHER FOOTBALL GETS WIN OVER GOLDEN WEST (9/19/16)
The Panthers hosted Golden West College Saturday for the 2016 home opener, defeating the Rustlers 24-16. Chaffey took the lead in the first quarter and held on through the game to earn their first win for the season. Newcomer Quarterback Cameron Coleman threw for 157 yards and 1 touchdown. Jamal Scott led the rushing charge followed closely by Tyrone Gasaway. Justin King and Jacob Whitmer added the other two TDs for the Chaffey squad. Erick Ware had a final 42-yard field goal with 6 minutes remaining to clinch the game for the Panthers. The men are on the road this Saturday, traveling to San Diego to play the Grossmont Griffins.
Richard Rice PANTHERS FALL TO BAKERSFIELD IN FINAL QUARTER (9/12/16)
The men were on the road Saturday, taking on the Bakersfield Renegades - falling 45-35. The teams were nearly even going into the final quarter of play (20-21 at the half) when the Gades outscored the Panthers by 10 points to clinch the game. Richard Rice made his 2016 debut at QB passing for 320 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Tyrone Gasaway had 83 yards on receiving including 1 TD. Sophomore kicker Rigoberto Luna was 2:3 on field goals and 3:3 on extra points - gaining the Panthers 9 points on the game. The men open the home season Saturday at 6pm against Golden West.
PANTHERS OPEN 2016 SEASON AT CITRUS (9/6/16)
The men opened the 2016 season on the road Saturday, falling to Citrus 48-41 in overtime. Trailing by 8 at the half (14-6), the Panthers rallies in the 3rd quarter, reducing the Owls lead to 2 points but it was a 99 yard kickoff return by sophomore Ryan Kinard that gave the Panthers the lead in the 4th quarter. A final seconds field goal by Citrus forced the teams into overtime with the Panthers eventually falling 48-41. Chaffey continues play on the road Saturday, taking on the Bakersfield Renegades at 6pm.
WIMBERLY/PLANTE LEAD PANTHERS TO BOWL VICTORY (11/23/15)
The men took on Fullerton College Saturday afternoon in the Western State Bowl, defeating the Hornets 42-24. The Panthers took an early lead and never let go. Marquis Wimberly earned Player of the Game with eight receptions for 95 yards and 1 TD. Sophomore quarterback had three touchdowns, throwing for 174 yards and earning game MVP honors. The men finish the season 7-4.

PANTHERS HEADED TO WESTERN STATE BOWL (11/19/15)
Saturday's win over LA Harbor sealed the Panthers' playoff bid with the men slated to take on Fullerton College this Saturday at 1pm. The two teams have a history that dates back to 1921. This Saturday's game will be played at Yorba Linda HS at 1pm. [game preview]


Yorba Linda High School
19900 Bastanchury Rd, Yorba Linda, CA 92886
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Levi Plante PANTHER OFFENSE CLOSES OUT REGULAR SEASON WITH HUGE VICOTRY OVER LA HARBOR (11/19/15)
The Panther offense was on fire Saturday night, as the men closed out the 2015 regular season with a decisive win over LA Harbor (56-7). Levi Plante threw for 163 yards. Freshman quarterback Jordan Velarde added 16. The Panthers took an early lead finishing the 1st quarter up by 21 points. A 49-yard fumble return by Marquis Jones added to the first period excitement at Grigsby Field. The first half finished up with three additional touchdowns, closing the half with the Panthers up 42-0. In the third, Quincey Ross ran the ball 58 yards to to score followed by a 49-yard pass by Plante to tight end Treyvon Carter. LA Harbor scored late in the 3rd to bring the game to 56-7. The men close out the regular season 6-4, 3-3 in the National Central Conference.
Quincey Ross PANTHERS FALL TO RIVERSIDE (11/9/15)
The RCC Tigers took an early lead and held it through to the 4th quarter, defeating the Panthers 41-7 Saturday night. Sophomore quarterback Levi Plante threw for 98 yards. Quincey Ross had 58 yards rushing including the 2 yard run that earned the Panthers their sole TD of the game. The men host LA Harbor Saturday afternoon in the final home game of the 2015 season.
James Noble CHAFFEY DEFEATS EL CAMINO FOR BACK-TO-BACK CONFERENCE WINS (11/2/15)
The men are on a roll, defeating El Camino 32-14 Saturday to improve to 2-2 in the extremely tough National Central Conference. Sophomore quarterback Levi Plante threw for 206 yards and rushed for an additional 102 leading the Panthers to victory. Freshman running back James Noble added 155 yards rushed on the evening. The men lead the scoreboard from beginning to end with an early game TD by Quincey Ross. The men travel to Riverside this Saturday to take on the Tigers (6-2).
Jordan Velarde PANTHERS DEFEAT CITRUS FOR FIRST CONFERENCE WIN (10/26/15)
An offensive line led by Levi Plante, Jordan Velarde, James Noble and Quincey Ross were too much for the Fighting Owls to get through Saturday as the Panthers defeated Citrus at Grigsby 38-20. Tied at the half 10-10, the Panthers came on strong in the 4th, outscoring the Owls by 14. The Panthers travel to El Camino Saturday.
Levi Plante PANTHERS FALL TO LONG BEACH IN 2ND HALF BATTLE (10/19/15)
The Panthers resumed conference play Saturday, falling to the undefeated Long Beach Vikings 52-40. Despite a first half that had the teams neck-and-neck, the 3rd quarter of play proved too much to come back from Saturday night. In the first half, play bounced between the Panthers and Vikings with the Chaffey squad ending the half just 2 points behind (26-28). A 3rd quarter 91 yard run by Long Beach followed by a TD by the Vikings, sealed the fate for Chaffey. Two 4th quarter touchdowns by the Panthers were not enough to overcome the previous quarter of play. Despite the loss, sophomore quarterback Levi Plante threw for 332 yards and 3 touchdowns. The men host Citrus this Saturday. The Owls are also coming off a loss - 41-10 against Mt SAC.
De'Zhontaey Fletcher PANTHERS GET HUGE WIN OVER SANTA ANA (10/12/15)
Coming back from an early 14 point defect, the Panthers rebounded Saturday to defeat Santa Ana 56-35. The Dons took an early lead on their home-field with back-to-back touchdowns to close the first quarter 14-0. Early in the 2nd, Quincey Ross ran the ball from midfield to put the Panthers on the board followed by a Santa Ana TD. The Panthers then went on the rampage starting with a 99 yard kickoff return by freshman running back De'Zhontaey Fletcher, followed by a Plante TD, and 63 yard run by Quincey Ross to close the 1st half with the Panthers in the lead 28-21. Chaffey opened the 3rd quarter with back-to-back touchdowns by Levi Plante, first in a pass to Marquis Wimberly and then to James Ooten. A late 3rd quarter TD by Plante to Brandon Arconado closed the period with the men up 49-28. Despite a 4th quarter score by the Dons, the Panthers took the game 56-35. The team travels to Long Beach next week to resume conference play.
Marquis Wimberly PANTHERS LOSE CLOSE GAME TO MT SAC IN CONFERENCE OPENER (9/28/15)
The men hosted Mt SAC in the hottest match-up of the season Saturday night. The Panthers took an early lead with a Plante Wimberly touchdown minutes into the first quarter. The Mounties answered back with a field goal, followed by a Plante rush to the end zone before Mt SAC got their first TD of the game. Seconds from the end of the half, the Mounties scored again taking the board to 17-14 and their first lead of the game. With Mt SAC dominating the offense, the score quickly rose to 31-17 with Panther fans fearing a loss but the Panthers rallied and tied the game up 31-31 with 1:28 left on the game clock. With 8 seconds remaining, the Mounties scored a field goal leaving the Panthers out of time to respond. The Panthers are now 2-2 on the season and have a BYE this week.
Marquis Wimberly PANTHERS SUFFER FIRST SEASON LOSS TO HANCOCK (9/21/15)
The were on the road Saturday, traveling four hours north to battle the Allan Hancock College Bulldogs, falling in their first season loss. Despite an early touchdown, the Panthers could not regain a lead, eventually falling 24-13. Brandon Mosley scored less than 2 minutes into the game off a 43 yard pass from Levi Plante. A series of Hancock touchdowns and a field goal took the score to 17-7. At the start of the final quarter, Plante landed a 17yard pass to Marquis Wimberly to bring the Panthers within 4 points but a final minute run by Hancock took the game out of reach. Wimberly led the offense with 121 yards receiving and one TD. The men host Mt SAC Saturday evening in the Annual Tailgate game. The Mounties come into Saturday's game 1-2 losing their first two games to Canyons and Fullerton, and beating Ventura Saturday 52-28 at home.
ROSS NAMED OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE WEEK (9/15/15)
For the second week in a row, sophomore running back Quincey Ross has been named Southern California Football Association SCFA Central League Offensive Player of the Week. Ross had back-to-back TRIPLE digit games and is averaging 134 yards per game.  Ross is currently #2 in the state with 268 yards rushed!
Quincey Ross PANTHERS UNDEFEATED AFTER BIG WIN OVER MOORPARK (9/14/15)
The men gained another win at home Saturday, defeating the Moorpark Raiders 48-25. The Panthers were on the board quickly with back-to-back Plante/Wimberly touchdowns in the first quarter. In the 2nd, Quincey Ross lit up the field with a 75 yard run to score taking the Panthers' lead to 21-3. In the 3rd, Ross again charged through, going 49 yards to score. Later in the 3rd, both Plante and Brandon Arconado were in the end-zone, taking the score to a formidable 41-17. Moorpark answered back in the final quarter with a TD and 2 point conversion but a final touchdown by Chaffey's Melvin Williams clinched the game for the Panthers. The men travel four hours north to Santa Maria Saturday to take on Allan Hancock.
Quincey Ross ROSS NAMED OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/10/15)
Congratulations to sophomore Running Back Quincey Ross, named SCFA National Central Offensive Player of the Week. Ross (Pacific High School/Victorville) had three receptions on top of rushing 105 yards (including a 70 yard run for a touchdown) against Orange Coast College.
Marquis Wimberly PANTHERS OPEN 2015 SEASON WITH HUGE WIN OVER OCC (9/8/15)
The men hit Grigsby Field Saturday evening to open the 2015 season, defeating the Orange Coast Pirates 41-16. The Panthers were trailing by 9 into the 2nd quarter but a Plante to Wimberly touchdown followed a minute later by a 12 yard short punt return by Ryan Ricard turned the whole game around. After the halftime break, the Panthers quickly added 7 to the board when sophomore receiver Marquis Wimberly took the ball nearly the entire length of the field to score. Before closing out the third, returning quarterback Levi Plante ran the ball in for another touchdown. In the fourth, it was Quincey Ross followed by another stunning Wimberly/Plante combo that took the Panthers to their final 41 points. The men return to Grigsby Saturday night to take on Moorpark College. Moorpark is coming off a 43-16 loss to Long Beach.
Dimitri Morales signingMORALES SIGNS WITH UPPER IOWA (1/11/15)
Congratulations to QB Dimitri Morales who signed his letter of intent to join the Upper Iowa University Peacocks.
EIGHT PANTHERS SELECTED FOR ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS (12/8/14)
Congratulations to the eight Panthers selected to the All-National Central Conference team. For a complete list visit Honored Athletes.
Levi Plante

PLANTE LEADS PANTHERS AT WESTERN STATE BOWL (12/1/14)
The Panthers completed their season Saturday, 11/22 in Bakersfield at the Western State Bowl falling to the Renegades 23-10. Freshman quarterback Levi Plante, who has made a name for himself relieving Dimitri Morales earlier this season, led the Panther offense with two touchdowns, 121 yard passing and 66 yards rushing. The team finishes the season 6-5.

Bakersfield Californian article

2014 ChampionshipsPANTHERS HEADED TO BAKERSFIELD FOR WESTERN STATE BOWL (11/17/14)
The Panther men are headed north to Bakersfield Saturday to take on the Renegades in the 2014 Western State Bowl. Both teams entered the bowl pool with a 6-4/4-2 record and both teams are coming off wins Saturday. The game will be live streamed at www.bakersfield.com.

Rigoberto Luna PANTHERS CLOSE REGULAR SEASON WITH A WIN (11/17/14)
The Panther men traveled to LA Harbor Saturday, defeating the Seahawks 41-24. Freshman quarterback Levi Plante (146 yards passing) led the Panther offensive team of Tyler Telphy (45 yards rushing) and Marquis Wimberly (67 yards receiving). Rigoberto Luna kicked 2:2 field goals and 5:5 extra points, earning the Panthers 11 points. The men finish the regular season 6-4 overall, 4-2 in conference.
PANTHERS #9 IN NATIONAL DIVSION (11/12/14)
Continuing their Top 10 ranking, in Monday's CCCAA/CCCFCA poll the Panthers came in at #9 in the National Division. Saturday, the men take on LA Harbor.
Tyler Telphy

PANTHERS FALL TO #1 RCC (11/8/14)
The Panthers found themselves trailing by 20 at the half for the second time this season, but were unable to fully comeback, eventually falling to the RCC Tigers 49-21. Freshman Levi Plante had 150 yards passing and 48 yards rushing, scoring three touchdowns to lead the Panther offense on the field. Tyler Telphy had a pair of long rushes (including a 45 yard run). Wide Receiver Marquis Wimberly again had an impressive game with 71 yards on six receptions. The men travel to LA Harbor Saturday for the final game of the regular season in hopes of claiming a bowl selection.

Photos from 11/8/14 game
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story
Press Enterprise story

PANTHERS HOLD STRONG AT #8 (11/4/14)
In yesterday's CCCAA/CCCFCA poll the Panthers held onto the #8 National Division spot for the second consecutive week. Saturday, the men take on #1 RCC at home, kickoff 1pm.
Ricky Moland

PANTHERS DEFEAT EL CAMINO AT HOME (11/3/14)
Panther Football hosted El Camino Saturday, defeating the Warriors 36-25. The men took the lead early in the first quarter, never letting go. Freshman quarterback Levi Plante again led the Panther offense throwing for 145 yards and three touchdowns (1 rushing). Marquis Wimberly had six receptions for 46 yards. Ricky Moland added 103 yards rushing to his impressive season record. The men host Riverside City College Saturday, November 8th in the final 2014 regular season home game. Kickoff against the Tigers at 1pm.

Photos from 11/1/14 game
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story

Marquis Wimberly WIMBERLY NAMED OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (10/27/14)
Congratulations to freshman Wide Receiver Marquis Wimberly, named SCFA National Central Offensive Player of the Week. Wimberly (Upland High School) had four receptions for 114 yards against Citrus College. Wimberly is currently fourth in the highly completive Central Conference for yards per game (120).
PANTHERS MOVE UP IN RANKING AFTER CITRUS WIN (10/27/14)
After Saturday's defeat of Citrus, the men move up in the CCCAA/CCCFCA poll to #8 in the National Division. Saturday, the men take on #15 El Camino at home, kickoff 1pm.
Jared Emanuele PANTHERS COME FROM BEHIND TO BEAT CITRUS (10/27/14)
The Panthers continued their momentum Saturday, coming from a 20 point deficit to beat the Citrus Fighting Owls 30-23. At the half, Chaffey trailed 20-0 with the Owls scoring two touchdowns and two field goals. But the second half of play saw the Panthers charge back with an early 3rd quarter touchdown by Cecil Fleming. Nine minutes later, Fleming crossed the end zone line again to take the score to 14-20. In the fourth, Michael Roberts caught a 12 yard pass from freshman quarterback Levi Plante, putting the Panthers 2 points behind the Owls with just over eight minutes remaining on the clock. A 27 yard field goal by Rigoberto Luna, followed by a final seconds interception return by Jared Emanuele gave the Panthers a much needed win in the Central Conference. The men face off against El Camino next Saturday at home, 1pm kickoff.
Levi Plante PLANTE NAMED OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (10/21/14)
Congratulations to freshman Quarterback Levi Plante, named SCFA National Central Offensive Player of the Week. Levi led the Panthers to a 40-36 upset of (previously undefeated) #1 Long Beach City College Saturday. Plante had 351 yards passing (#10 school record), 2 touchdowns, and 43 yards rushing. Levi is the 3rd Plante brother to play for the Panthers - following Aaron (Henderson State) and Luke (UNLV).
PANTHERS MOVE UP IN RANKING AFTER BIG WIN SATURDAY (10/20/14)
After Saturday's upset of Long Beach, the men move up in the CCCAA/CCCFCA poll to #9 in the National Division. Saturday, the men take on #11 Citrus at 1pm.
Levi Plante PANTHERS UPSET #1 LONG BEACH AT HOME (10/20/14)
Before a crowd of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members that turned out for the college's Annual Tailgate Party, Panther Football upset undefeated Long Beach 40-36. The Panthers were led by freshman quarterback Levi Plante who earned a spot in the Chaffey record books with 351 yards passing. Marquis Wimberly had 150 yards receiving and a touchdown for the Panther offense. On defense, Anthonee Yim held the Vikings back with 14 tackles including four tackles for loss. The men travel to Citrus Saturday in continued conference action. Kickoff 1pm.
Nick Birdsong PANTHER MEN TAKE A CLOSE ONE TO SANTA ANA (10/13/14)
The Panthers came off their season bye week to host Santa Ana Saturday evening at Grigsby Field. Trailing by 14 after the close of the first quarter, the men battled hard, finishing the half 14-13. The Dons extended their lead to 23-20 to close the 3rd quarter and although they battled hard, the Panthers could not come back in the final moments to take the win. Once again, quarterback duties were split between returner Dimitri Morales and newcomer Levi Plante. Plante threw for 96 yards and led the Panther rushing with 41 yards. Nick Birdsong had his best game this season with two receptions, 38 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Rigoberto Luna had a perfect game with three completed field goals (including a 46 yard FG) and one extra point. He also had six punts and six kickoffs. The men host Long Beach City College next Saturday for the college's Annual Tailgate game.
FOOTBALL RANKED #12 IN THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR 2ND WEEK (10/7/14)
In this week's CCCAA/CCCFCA regional poll, Panther Football held onto the #12 position in the highly competitive National Conference. The men take on #14 Santa Ana Saturday at home.
FOOTBALL RANKED #12 IN THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE (9/29/14)
In this week's CCCAA/CCCFCA regional poll, Panther Football took the #12 position in the highly competitive National Conference. The men have a bye this week and resume play on the 11th at home against Santa Ana.
Rigoberto Luna PANTHERS FALL TO #1 MT SAC (9/29/14)
The men took a hit Saturday evening, falling to #1 ranked Mt SAC in the opening game of the 2014 National Central Conference season. Held off by a formidable Mountie defense, the Panthers were unable to score a touchdown until the 4th quarter. Rigoberto Luna had two field goals. Freshman quarterback Levi Plante threw for 237 yards and ran the Panthers' sole TD. Marcus Wimberly led the receiving squad with 96 yards. The teams has a bye this week and will return to the field on the 11th to take on Santa Ana at home.
FOOTBALL RANKED #10 IN THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE (9/22/14)
In the first CCCAA/CCCFCA regional poll, Panther Football took the #10 position in the highly competitive National Conference and #16 in the statewide poll.
Ricky Moland PANTHER TAKE A HIT FROM HANCOCK (9/22/14)
Panther Football opened the 2014 home season Saturday, hosting the Allan Hancock Bulldogs. In a close race to the finish, the Panthers came up short 26-24. The Bulldogs took an early lead that was quickly tied by a Panthers touchdown when Cecil Fleming ran 63 yards to score the first TD for the team. A Hancock field goal closed the first half at 10-7 AHC. Chaffey started the third quarter with a safety followed by a touchdown and two-point conversion to take the lead 10-17. Alex Olivas had an impressive end zone interception in the 3rd to hold off a Bulldog touchdown. This was Olivas' second end zone interception this season. That lead would last until the final quarter when Hancock scored back-to-back touchdowns. Despite a final minutes Chaffey TD, the team could not retake the lead and suffered their first loss of the season. Ricky Moland led the Panther offense with 127 yards rushing over 20 carries. The men travel to Mt SAC next Saturday to open the National Central Conference season.
Alec Dana DANA NAMED SCFA PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/17/14)
Congratulations to Alec Dana (freshman wide receiver from Rancho Cucamonga High School) for being named SCFA Central League Offensive Player of the Week for his performance during last Saturday's win over Moorpark College.
FOOTBALL RANKED #10 IN THE STATE (9/15/14)
Panther Football entered the state Top 10 this week as ranked by the football coaches' association. That's a 5 position jump from last week and 13 from the pre-season poll.
PANTHER FOOTBALL #30 NATIONWIDE (9/15/14)
The men entered the JC Gridiron nationwide ranking this week in the #30 spot.
Alec Dana PANTHERS TAKE DOWN MOORPARK (9/15/14)
The men traveled to Moorpark Saturday, defeating the Raiders 34-20 to remain undefeated on the season. The Panthers led at the half 10-7. Up by 4 in the 3rd, the Panthers blocked a PAT by Moorpark, with Kendall Chambliss scoring on a 98 yard safety to take the score to 19-13. The Raiders answered back in the 4th, taking the lead by 1 but the Panthers were not to be stopped - scoring twice in the final quarter off Levi Plante passes to Michael Robert and Alec Dana. Dana led the Panther offense with 247 yards in 12 receptions including 2 touchdowns. Plante, in his college debut, threw for 429 yards and 4 touchdowns. The men host Allan Hancock Saturday afternoon for the 2014 home opener. Hancock is coming off a 33-27 loss to Santa Barbara Saturday.
PANTHER FOOTBALL MOVES UP 8 SPOTS TO #15 (9/8/14)
With a win over OCC last Saturday, the Panther men have moved up in the CCCFCA/JCAB rankings to #15.
Rigoberto Luna PANTHERS TAKE 2014 SEASON OPENER (9/8/14)
The men opened the 2014 season with a win over Orange Coast Saturday 17-14. The Panthers trailed at the half 7-14 after a 18 yard pass by Dimitri Morales to Michael Robert put the men on the board for the first time. In the third, Tyler Telphy rushed for 36 yards to tie the game for the Panthers. With only 28 seconds remaining, Rigoberto Luna nailed a 33 yard field goal to take the Panthers to a 3 point lead over the Pirates. The men travel to Moorpark Saturday to take on the Raiders at 6pm. Moorpark is coming off a 44-27 loss to Long Beach last weekend.
PANTHER FOOTBALL RANKED PRESEASON TOP 25 (9/1/14)
The Panthers entered the CCCFCA/JCAB preseason poll in the #23 statewide berth.
Summer 2014 NLI signingSEVEN PANTHERS TRANSFERRING (7/28/14)
Panther Football announced today the transfer of seven more players from the 2013 conference championship team. Congratulations to:

Michael Boyd #7 - Evangel University (NAIA)
Andrew Perez #16 - Rockford University (DIII)
Reggie Lesueur #21 - Southeastern Louisiana University (D1)
Keegan Verdugo #33 - Minot State University (DII)
Lenier Lee #44 - Tennessee Tech University (D1)
Michael Livingston #51 - Grandview University (NAIA)
Benjamin Barnes #70 - Rocky Mountain College (NAIA)

Spring 2014 NLI signingTHREE PANTHERS SIGN NLI (2/5/14)
Congratulations to our three football players that signed their NLIs this morning - Daniel Duarte, Lucas White and Dejai Jones. All three athletes are moving onto South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
Fall 2013 NLI signingFOUR PANTHERS SIGN NLI (12/18/13)
Congratulations to our four football players that signed their NLIs this morning - Kyle Wright (San Jose State), Dillon Hedgepeth (South Dakota School of Mines and Technology), Kaige Lawrence (University of Arizona), and Andrew Robateau (Northern Arizona University).


   


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