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Dec 6, 2021

RHS' Benton named state Class 1A Coach of the Year

Russellville Panther Head Coach Mikie Benton has been named Kentucky Class 1A State Football Coach of the Year by the Kentucky Football Coaches Association. The Panthers finished as state runner-up with a 12-2 record, 31 seasons after RHS' last state finals appearance. Benton holds the distinctions of being the youngest head coach in program history along with being the first African-American head coach and the first RHS alumnus of lead his alma mater. Benton quarterbacked the Panthers for Coach John Myers and then served as an assistant coach at RHS following his career as a starter in the University of Kentucky secondary. He then was chosen to succeed Myers as the head coach patroling the sidelines of Ken Barrett Field at Rhea Stadium, beginning with the 2018 season.

Dec 5, 2021

Fire destroys The Whitz in Russellville

An early morning fire in downtown Russellville during the night-time hours Sunday morning destroyed event venue The Whitz on East Fourth Street. Russellville Fire Department was able to save the adjacent Creative Canvas by You building with the assistance of Russellville Rural Fire Department and Auburn Fire Department. A small parking lot separates the burned building from the dental office of Dr. Dale Clark. The Whitz had been purchased and remodeled by Dewayne and Liz Whittaker after serving as the home of Pillow Brothers Plumbing for decades.

Dec 3, 2021

Panthers gain momentum at halftime in state finals

After trailing 30-13 with four seconds remaining in the half, the Russellville Panthers had cut Pikeville’s lead to 30-27 just two and a half minutes into the second half in the state Class 1A championship game at the University of Kentucky Friday. Special teams had struggled mightily with 26 seconds remaining in the half before Chevis Elliott returned a 71-yard kickoff to the Pikeville 5-yard-line with 10 seconds left. RHS scored on the last play before intermission on a 3-yard TD pass from Jovari Gamble to Rooster Woodard. Dustin Brown’s PAT team cut the lead to 30-20 and sent the Panthers to the dressing room with momentum. Then early in the third quarter, Jaquis Todd returned from injury to score his second touchdown on a 45-yard reverse. Brown’s kick cut the Pikeville lead to three. The fourth quarter began with that same 30-27 Pikeville lead.

Dec 1, 2021

Lady Cougars start b'ball season strong

With a 55-35 win over Glasgow Tuesday, the Logan County Lady Cougars got their basketball season off to a great start. Coach Dedra Adler’s team was led by Nora Epley with 15 points and Gracie Borders with 14. Mia Cassidy led the Lady Scotties with 15. The Lady Cougars will entertain Butler County Friday.

Dec 1, 2021

Cougars' basketball game with South called off

From LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard: "Logan County High School is announcing that the Boys Basketball game scheduled for this Saturday Vs South Warren has been cancelled." The Spartans are playing for the state Class 5A football championship this weekend.

Nov 30, 2021

Mefford to play softball for Wabash

From Athletic Director Greg Howard: Logan County High School is proud to announce Grayce Mefford will sign with Wabash Valley College in Illinois to continue her softball career. Grayce will be signing with the Warriors this Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 3:30 p.m. at the Logan County CTC. Come join in celebrating her signing.


Nov 26, 2021

Panthers win 34-21, headed to state finals

The Russellville Panthers are headed back to the state football finals for the seventh time. They led visiting Bethlehem 20-0 going into the fourth quarter and won 34-21 in the Class 1A semifinals. Rooster Woodard scored 3 touchdowns and Jovari Gamble 2 with Dustin Brown kicking all 4 extra points he tried. Mikie Benton will coach on the field where he started for the UK Wildcats and in the city where his dad, Michael Benton, started for RHS in the Panthers' first state finals in 1964. The opponent will be Pikeville in a rematch of the 1987 state finals at UK's Kroger Field at 11 a.m. Russellville time Friday.

Nov 24, 2021

Panthers holding open practice Thanksgiving morning

Football on Thanksgving was a tradition for Russellville High School football for decades. Bowling Green High would be the opponent. That tradition ended long ago, but Coach Mikie Benton is continuing another. He's inviting Panther fans to an open practice at beautiful gold and black Ken Barrett Field at Rhea Stadium between 8 and 9:30 a.m. Thursday. The Panthers are preparing to host Bardstown Bethlehem in the Class 1A Final Four Friday at 7 p.m.

Nov 23, 2021

Community Thanksgiving Meal at Crittenden Drive

Crittenden Drive Church of Christ will hold its annual Thanksgiving Eve Community Meal Wednesday from 5-6:45 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come inside for a sit-down Thanksgiving meal or for carryout. Deliveries will be made to hundreds of people. If you would like to be added to the list for deliveries, call the church office at 270-726-6583 with the address and number of meals needed. A worship service will begin at 7 p.m. for those who would like to stay. Bethany Church of Christ is always deeply involved in this event.

Nov 23, 2021

Pep rally for both football teams set Wednesday

Football teams from both local schools will play in the state semifinals in their classifications Friday. The only other cities with multiple teams still alive are Lexington and Louisville. The Logan County Cougars will travel to the Danville area to take on defending state Class 4A champion Boyle County. The Russellville Panthers will entertain Bethlehem of the Bardstown area, which has lost three games to RHS in previous regional finals. As a result, a joint “Community Pep Rally” will be held in support of both teams on the Russellvile Park Square at 5 p.m. Wednesday. The Thanksgiving Eve gathering will show gratitude and encouragement for both of these champions.

Nov 23, 2021

Bonfire planned before Panthers' state semifinals

From Russellville High School: We are planning a pregame bonfire/tailgate this Friday night prior to the State Semifinals game at Rhea! We will have hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate so please come out and join us so we can have a huge crowd to welcome the 14x Region Champion Panther Football Team before they take the field to play for a chance to go to the 2021 KHSAA Class 1A State Championship Game.

Nov 18, 2021

Community Thanksgiving Service set Sunday evening

The Logan County Ministerial Association's annual holiday service will be held this Sunday from 6-7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church on South Main Street in Russellville. The public is invited. It will also be broadcast live on WRUS at 104.9 FM, 610 AM, the WRUS Mobile app and the station’s website.

Nov 17, 2021

Russellville Schools report no active COVID cases

There are no active COVID 19 cases in the Russellville Schools currently, spokeman Conroad Reding reports, either among students or staff. Ten students are in quarantine, but no staff members.

Nov 16, 2021

The Harvest closing, final day Saturday

Leslie and Tony Dunning announced on WRUS this morning the closing of The Harvest on East Fourth Street in Russellville. They are retiring, and intend to travel the country. The Harvest will close for the final time Saturday at 3 p.m. The site is the original location of Sonic Drive-In in Russellville. It was converted in a small grocery by former Houchens Market managers Glenn Hatler and Logan Chick, who later sold it to the Dunnings.

Nov 14, 2021

Logan Middle Cheerleaders qualify for Disney

The Logan County Middle School Cheerleaders competed at the UCA Bluegrass Regional competition Saturday in Lexington. They placed sixth and received a bid to Nationals. They will compete in the KAPOS State competition on Dec. 18. Then in February they will compete in the UCA Nationals in Orlando at the Walt Disney Resort ESPN Center. Athletic Director Greg Howard says, “What an accomplishment for them just being the second year for LCMS as a team!”


Nov 13, 2021

Northern Kentucky team traveling to Rhea Stadium Friday

Located directly across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, Newport Central Catholic (9-3) will make a multi-hour trip to Russellville Friday to play the Panthers (10-1) in the third round of the UK Orthopaedics State Finals (we just call them “the playoffs”). The Panthers beat visiting Crittenden County 24-7 last night for the first district championship while the Thoroughbreds were eliminating Dayton 54-6. Under the KHSAA’s new format, opponents and playing locations in higher rounds are based on RPI instead of regions. Coach Mikie Benton’s Panthers are rated first in the state in Class 1A at .74616 while Catholic is eleventh at .60135.  

Nov 12, 2021

Panthers win 24-7 for district championship

The Russellville Panthers beat Crittenden County 24-7 for their Class 1A District Championship Friday to run their record to 10-1. The state's top-rate team, RHS will entertain someone next week, depending on RPIs in this unusual year. The game will be aired on WRUS Saturday at 1 p.m.

Nov 12, 2021

Cougars beat Hopkinsville 39-37 for district title

In an unbelievably tight and thrilling game, the Logan County Cougars stopped Hopkinsville on three two-point conversions in the last few minutes to hold on for a 39-37 district championship win at home Friday. WRUS credited Wyatt Blake and Elijah Hawkins for stopping the tying run on the conversion and Davin Yates for knocking down a Tiger pass in the end zone on the game's last play. The Cougars rushed for 351 yards and had 443 yards total offense. Blake rushed for 147 yards and Ryan Rayno 131. Coach Todd Adler says the Cougars will host Spencer County next week in the West semifinals. Spencer beat John Hardin 7-5 Friday.

Nov 12, 2021

Cougars lead Hoptown 33-17 in the third quarter

Putting together a field goal and an immediate safety, Logan County led visiting Hopkinsville 5-0 at the end of the first quarter in the Class 4A's western-most district, but the Tigers took an 11-5 lead late into the second half. Then the Cougars used a fake punt, a double-lateral halfback pass, a multitude of formations and great execution to score 16 points in the last 2:15 of the half. The Cougars led 19-10 at the break. The Tigers scored on the opening possession of the second half, but 77 seconds later Cougar quarterback Davin Yates broke loose for a 54-yard touchdown run. The Cougar defense held and Ryan Rayno's run has the Cougars up 33-17 with 3:35 reamaining in the third quarter.

Nov 12, 2021

Four miles of Orndorff Mill Road to be resurfaced

Resurfacing is scheduled to begin on a four-mile stretch of KY 96--the Orndorff Mill Road--Monday. The work is to be done on the southern end at mile markers 11-15. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 3 spokesman Wes Watt says motorists can expect lane closures. No end date was announced.

Nov 12, 2021

Bitty Basketball signups continue

Signups for Bitty Basketball at the Russellville Recreation Center continue. To play in this league, a child must be at least four years old by this Dec. 4 and be in kindergarten or lower. The season will be from the end of December through January. Teams will meet twice per week. The fee is $40 per child. After hours registration will be held from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, Thursday, Nov. 18 and Monday, Nov. 22, along with 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23. Registration is also possible during regular office hours.


Nov 11, 2021

Lewisburg Nativity Scene to be drive-through

During this season of COVID, the Annual Live Nativity in Lewisburg will continue to be a “drive-through” Living Nativity for two nights, Friday & Saturday, Dec. 3 & 4, from 5-8 p.m. at McKinney Park!  It will begin by turning on Stacker Street, go around McKinney Park, and exit back onto Stacker.  There will be a small “take out” meal available.  Once again this is a different season, with a different look, but the same message of Jesus is what planners want to be the main focus. 

Nov 9, 2021

City schools watching statistics to determine mask policy

Russellville Independent Schools issued the following statement today: School officials are "closely monitoring our county’s Incidence Rate. We were yellow for the first time today. Our current plan indicates we will be mask optional only after five consecutive days in yellow. Today makes Day 1. We will continue to communicate our intentions over the coming days."

Nov 9, 2021

Tickets available online for Cougars' district championship game

Tickets are available now for Hopkinsville's Class 4A, Region I, District in championhip game at Logan County High School. They are $7 with children 5 and under free. There will be NO CASH SALES AT THE GATE! To order tickets: GoFan Link: Class AAAA District 1 Championship

Nov 7, 2021

Adairville School to honor vets Friday

Adairville School plans to honor veterans who are related to its students or who live in their community on Friday, the day after Veterans Day. A celebration will be held at 8 a.m. Veterans and their families are invited to attend and be recognized. The school also is requesting names and pictures of a “present or past family Veteran for our Veteran display. The information sought can be found in the attached picture or by calling the school at 270-539-7711.

Nov 7, 2021

Pedro Bradshaw shines in 2nd pro game

After a disappointing performance in his first professional basketball game, Russellville’s Pedro Bradshaw had a sensational outing in the Salt Lake City Stars’ G League win over Oklahoma this weekend. The official NBA G League Twitter account says, “Pedro Bradshaw is a flat out scorer! The @slcstars sniper scored a game-high 23 points (9-14 fg) in 28 minutes today.” Five of those nine field goals were 3-pointers. In his first game, Bradshaw only had six points and an assist. He had five rebounds in this one. The Stars are the G League team of the Utah Jazz. A video of Pedro bombing in 3-pointers is included in the tweet.

Nov 7, 2021

Pedro Bradshaw shines in 2nd pro game

After a disappointing performance in his first professional basketball game, Russellville’s Pedro Bradshaw had a sensational outing in the Salt Lake City Stars’ G League win over Oklahoma this weekend. The official NBA G League Twitter account says, “Pedro Bradshaw is a flat out scorer! The @slcstars sniper scored a game-high 23 points (9-14 fg) in 28 minutes today.” Five of those nine field goals were 3-pointers. In his first game, Bradshaw only had six points and an assist. He had five rebounds in this one. The Stars are the G League team of the Utah Jazz. A video of Pedro bombing in 3-pointers is included in the tweet.

Nov 6, 2021

Jr. Football finals set at Cougar Field today

It’s Jr. Pro CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday @ Cougar Stadium. Logan County teams are in four of the five finals and Russellville is in three of them. They play each other in two. Come on out and check out the future Cougars and Panthers today. The schedule: Logan 2nd grade vs Russellville 10, Russellville 3rd grade vs. Hopkinsville 11, Logan 4th Grade vs. Russellville 12:30, Logan 5th grade vs. Greenwood 2, LC 6th grade vs. Greenwood 3:30.


Nov 6, 2021

Dec. 5's Schochoh Christmas Parade to honor the Bobby Blackfords

The annual Schochoh Christmas Parade will be held "in downtown Schochoh" on Sunday, Dec. 5, beginning at 2 p.m. One of the organizers, Teresa Morrison, says, "All churches, organizations, tractors, horses or any other type float are welcome to be part of our 31st parade." Leader Jennifer Moore says the memory will be honored of the late Bobby Blackford, who was the long-time announcer for the parade. His widow, Carolyn Blackford, will be parade grand marshal. No barbecue will be served afterwards this year because of COVID concerns. Schochoh is home to some of Logan County's most fertile farm land and is located in the southeast corner of the county between Adairville and Simpson County.

Nov 5, 2021

Masks to remain optional in Logan schools

Masks will continue to be optional in the Logan County Schools for the week of Nov. 8-12. Students and staff are still welcome to wear masks if they choose. Per federal mandate, masks are still required on school buses at all times. Logan County Schools leadership continues to monitor the county incidence rate, review weekly county average, assess rolling county averages weekly/monthly to determine trends, school quarantines, positive cases (staff and student), local/regional hospital capacity (this includes ICU, and the number or ventilators available). Next update: Friday, Nov. 12 by 6 p.m.

Nov 5, 2021

Cougars and clock run their way to district finals

By earning a running clock in the first three minutes of the second half Friday, the Logan County Cougars also earned the host role in next week’s district championship game in Class 4A. Zane Batton’s 19-yard touchdown reception from Davin Yates--after Isaac Poe caused and recovered a Madisonville-North Hopkins fumble—gave the home team the margin it needed to start the clock running. Mattia Gibulato’s sixth successful conversion kick made Logan’s lead over Madisonville-North Hopkins 42-3. The Maroons scored three touchdowns after that against the Cougar reserves to finish 42-24. Ryan Rayno ran for two TDs with Wyatt Blake & Elijah Hawkins rushing for one each. Yates and Jack Delaney teamed for a 61-yard scoring pass. The Cougars will entertain Hopkinsville next week.

Nov 4, 2021

LCHS officials deal with gun threat

Administrators at Logan County High School have announced that they have dealt with an alledged weapons threat in the alternative school wing Thursday morning and say there is no active threat at LCHS. They say that neither any students nor staff were ever in danger. They have promised to "ensure this situation is handled to the fullest extent of the law." See the attached document for the complete statement.

Nov 3, 2021

Chamber to cut ribbon on Trembly's Wildflowers

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting for Trembly Pool & Spa's new expansion with The Wildflowers Saturday at noon. The businesses are located at 231 Hopkinsville Road near the bridge going into downtown Russellville. The Wildflowers will carry many of the clothing items and accessories associated with the now-closed Pink Blueberry.

Oct 28, 2021

Adairville Boo Bash moved to Sunday

Because of the weather forecast, the Come Together Boo Bash presented by Norris Smokin' BBQ on the Adairville Square Saturday, has been moved to Sunday, Oct. 31 from 2-6 p.m. There are plenty of activities planned for all ages. The first 300 people will receive a free lunch consisting of a hot dog, chips, and a drink. The first 300 children will also receive a free bag of candy.

Oct 28, 2021

Greenwood ends Lady Cougar v-ball season

Regionally second-rated Greenwood beat third-rated Logan County 3-0 in the Fourth Region Volleyball semifinals at Russellville High School Tuesday. The game were close with the Lady Gators winning 25-19, 25-19, 25-23. Coach Caleb Sheffield's Lady Cougars finished with a 25-14 record.

Oct 27, 2021

Lady Cougars' v-ball regional semifinals match could start early

Logan County and Greenwood are scheduled to begin their regional volleyball semifinals match at 8 p.m. today at Russellville High School, but LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard warns that the first game may start as early as 7:30 if the opening match ends quickly. The teams met two weeks ago with the second-rated (RPI) winning 3-1. It was very close. The Lady Cougars won the first set 26-24 and the Lady Gators took the last one 29-27.

Oct 27, 2021

Naylor's fiance a WKU homecoming queen candidate

Abi Canter, the fiancé of Russellville’s Jacob Naylor, is one of the candidates for WKU Homecoming Queen. The queen will be crowned at Saturday’s football game. From Shelbyville, Tenn., she is a Corporate and Organizational Communication major with a minor in Psychological Studies and is sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi, Farmhouse and Alpha Tau Omega. Earlier this year she was crowned Mountain Laurel Queen in Eastern Kentucky by Gov. Andy Beshear after being named WKU’s candidate for one of the state’s longest-running honors. Naylor is one of the most productive athletes ever at RHS.

Oct 27, 2021

Hospital moves Trick or Treat to Monday

From Logan Memorial Hospital: Due to a high chance of rain, our drive-thru Trunk or Treat has been rescheduled to Monday, Nov. 1 from 5:30-7:30 p.m..

Oct 26, 2021

Russellville Schools to make up two COVID days next week

Makeup days for those missed during Russellville Schools’ closure for COVID purposes in early September are as follows: Nov. 1, Nov. 2, Feb. 18, Feb. 21, and March 18. School will now be IN SESSION on these days.

Oct 26, 2021

Lady Cougars romp in regional volleyball opener

Logan County doubled the score on Russell County 75-37 Tuesday to advance to the semifinals of the Fourth Region Volleyball Tournament being played at Russellville High School. Coach Caleb Sheffield’s team won three games to none by scores of 25-10, 25-13 and 25-14. Coach Steven Lyne’s Todd Central Lady Rebels fell to regional favorite Bowling Green 25-11, 25-14, 25-15 Monday. The Lady Cougars are expected to play Greenwood Wednesday in the semifinals at RHS. The time has not yet been announced.

Oct 25, 2021

Final week for Farmers' Market begins Tuesday

The final week of the five-month run of the Logan County Farmers' Market is here. The market will be open Tuesday from 3-6 p.m. and Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-noon. These will also be the final times to redeem Senior Vouchers for this year. Customers will find tomatoes, potatoes, apples, sweet potatoes, okra, turnips and turnip greens, beans and peas, butternut squash and spaghetti squash, pumpkins and gourds, and mums. The market is located in the pavilion behind the Logan County Extension Office.

Oct 22, 2021

Cougars up big on way to district sweep

The Logan County Cougars lead Calloway County 27-0 in the second quarter in a game that will complete Coach Todd Adler's team's sweep of Class 4A Region I, District 1 opponents in the regular season. One of the touchdowns has been run by Ryan Rayno, who missed most of the Clash of the Cats last week with an early injury.

Oct 22, 2021

Panthers lead Rockets 6-0 at half

Russellville's defense held homestanding Crittenden County to a mere 12 yards total offense in the first half, but the Panthers lead the Rockets only 7-0 at the intermission. The touchdown came on a 7-yard run by Javori Gamble midway through the second quarter, aided by the blocking of Braxton Baptiste and Josh ToddDustin Brown kicked the extra point. The Rockets threatened to score late in the half, but Ben Allen made a big sack, and Jackson Hampton intercepted a pass at the 5-yard line to preserve the first-half shutout.

Oct 22, 2021

Lady Cougars draw Russell County in regional opener

The 13th District Champion Logan County Volleyball Team (24-13 overall, 8-5 region) will open 4th Region play Tuesday at host Russellville High School. The regionally third-ranked Lady Cougars (.56816 RPI) will play 16th District runner-up Russell County (10-17, 8-6, .46993) at 6 p.m. The winner will face the Greenwood vs. Allen County-Scottsville survivor Wednesday. Greenwood is regionally second-ranked. 13th District runner-up Todd Central will play the region’s top-ranked team, Bowling Green, Monday at 8 p.m. at RHS.

Oct 22, 2021

Cougars and Panthers can wrap up home fields tonight

The Logan County Cougars and Russellville Panthers can wrap up top seeds and home field advantage in the KHSAA football playoffs with wins tonight. The Logan County Cougars (6-2 overall, 3-0 district) will entertain Calloway County (3-6, 1-2) at Cougar Field. The Kentucky High School Athletic Association's RPI ratings lists the state fifth-ranked Cougars at .59133 and 23rd-rated Calloway .45463 in Class 4A. Junior Pro players will be honored before the game... The state's top-ranked Class 1A team, Russellville (7-1, 1-0), is headed to 16th-rated Crittenden County (4-4, 1-0). The Panthers' RPI is an impressive .76516 while the Rockets are at .55245. Fulton County is the only other team in their district. The RHS game will be aired live on WRUS with pregame talk beginning at 6:30. A recorded description of the Cougars' game will air on WRUS Saturday, beginning at 1:05 p.m.

Oct 20, 2021

Lady Cougars keep district title streak alive

Tuesday, the Lady Cougar volleyball team brought home another 13th District Championship by downing host Todd County (25-21), (25-23), (19-25), (25-18). The Lady Cougars will now move on to the 4th Region Tournament next week at Russellville High School. The tournament draw will be held Friday morning and the regional brackets will be announced at that time. Logan County had four players selected to the All-Season Team; Sloan Coursey, Haley Wood, Aubrey Sears, Caroline Kelley.

Oct 20, 2021

Fall Fest set Saturday at RMS

Fall Fest for Russellville Schools students through eighth grade will be held this Saturday, Oct. 23, at the sports facilities near Russellville Middle School. It’s for Russellville Primary Academy, Stevenson Elementary School, and RMS students. Free admission includes a hayride, bonfire, kickball tournament, silent auction, costume contest and talent show. Those who want to purchase a $5 wrist band can play games with prizes, get their face painted, and gain access to bouncers, slides and a haunted house. Preregistration is required to be in the talent show.

Oct 19, 2021

Chamber plans Christmas Open House in Russellville

Christmas Open House for downtown Russellville merchants is Sunday, Nov. 21, from 1-5 p.m. Businesses in downtown Russellville will be decorated for the season and open to the public for Christmas shopping with door prizes and refreshments for the public. A program with a list of all participating businesses and map will be provided to the public on this day. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce is coordinating the event. Businesses which want to be included should contact the Chamber. 

Oct 10, 2021

Lady Cougars romp on road to regional semis

Winning their 15th match of the season, the Logan County Lady Cougars crushed Glasgow 10-0 Sunday in the first round of the regional tournament at Bowling Green Junior High. Now Coach Barry McReynolds' team will go against traditional power Bowling Green (14-4-2) in the semifinals Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Purples are ranked first in the region and the Lady Cougars fourth.

Oct 10, 2021

Lady Cougars, Panthers open regional soccer play today

Two excellent local teams begin regional soccer play Sunday afternoon. The 13th District champion Logan County Lady Cougars (14-3-1) will take on Glasgow (3-7) at 3 p.m. at Bowling Green Junior High. The boys runner-up Russellville Panthers (16-6-1) will also play a Glasgow team (12-7-1) at 5:30 p.m. at South Warren High School. Winning teams move on to Wednesday's semifinals. The finals will be Thursday.

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