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    No. 13/12 Gonzaga Hosts San Diego Thursday

    Bulldogs look for third-straight season sweep over Toreros


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    GONZAGA (22-2, 11-1 WCC) vs. SAN DIEGO (8-16, 1-12 WCC)
    FEB. 14 | 6 P.M. | SPOKANE, WASH. | McCARTHEY ATHLETIC CENTER


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    THE TIP-OFF
    - Gonzaga and San Diego meet for the 69th time in program history and the 32nd time in Spokane. Currently, the Zags are on a six-game winning streak after defeating the Toreros 86-61 earlier this season in San Diego.
    - The Bulldogs are currently on a six-game win streak, and they have won the last six games by an average of 21.0 points while limiting opponents to an average of 56.3 points per contest. The Zags also claim the longest win streak of the season in the WCC, boasting a 12-game win streak from Nov. 23 through Jan. 12. BYU claims the next longest win streak of 11 games; losses at Loyola Marymount and at Pepperdine on Jan. 31 and Feb. 2 ended the Cougars' win streak and dropped them out of the AP Top 25.
    - Prior to Gonzaga's 70-68 loss at BYU on Jan. 17, the Zags has posted a program-best 16-1 start. However, the current 22-2 mark is only the second of program history. The Bulldogs were also 22-2 during the 2004-05 season. That season, the Zags posted a program-best 23-game win streak and finished the season 28-4 overall with an unblemished 14-0 mark in WCC play. Gonzaga advanced to the second round of the WNIT, losing at Missouri State 85-66 to end the season.
    - The Bulldogs currently lead the WCC in seven categories: Scoring defense (57.7 ppg, 36th nationally), scoring margin (+16.8, 20th nationally), field goal percentage defense (37.5%), 3-point field goal percentage defense (28.0%, 36th nationally), rebounding defense (30.7 rpg), turnover margin (+4.1) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.2). The Zags also rank second in eight categories: scoring offense (74.5 ppg), free throw percentage (75.8%), field goal percentage (45.6%), rebounding margin (+7.2), assists per game (15.6), steals per game (9.8), defensive rebounding percentage (.719) and offensive rebounding percentage (.381).
    - Gonzaga is ranked for the 11th-straight week after entering the polls at No. 24/22 on Dec. 3. Following wins at Pacific (Jan. 31, 63-51) and at Saint Mary's (Feb. 2, 66-52), Gonzaga moved up to No. 13 in the AP Poll and No. 12 in the USA Today/WBCA Coaches Poll. The Zags' No. 12 ranking is the highest in either poll in program history.
    - Gonzaga eclipsed the 20-win plateau with its 63-51 victory at Pacific on Jan. 31. It marks the 14th time in program history that the Bulldogs have won at least 20 games; the Zags have eclipsed the 30-win game only once. During the 2010-11 season when the Bulldogs advanced to the Elite Eight, Gonzaga finished with a program-record 31 wins with a 31-5 overall record.
    - Currently, Gonzaga is one of only eight Division I programs with at least 22 wins on the season: #2/2 Louisville (23-1); #3/3 Oregon (23-1); #4/4 UConn (22-2); #5/5 Mississippi State (22-1); #6/6 Notre Dame (22-3); #7/8 Maryland (22-2); #13/12 Gonzaga (22-2); #25/25 South Dakota (22-3).

    INSIDE THE SERIES
    Overall: 69th meeting; Gonzaga leads 45-23
    In Spokane: 23-8| San Diego: 18-15| Neutral: 3-0
    Current Streak: Gonzaga, Won 6
    Last Meeting: Gonzaga defeated San Diego 86-61 in San Diego on Jan. 19.
    Series Notes: Gonzaga and San Diego meet for the 69th time in program history and the 32nd time in Spokane.
    - Saturday(?) will mark the seventh time the two programs have met while Gonzaga has been nationally ranked. The Bulldogs are an undefeated 6-0 against the Toreros as a nationally ranked program; the Zags have defeated San Diego by an average of 16.7 points while they have been ranked.
    - Gonzaga has won 33 of the last 37 games against San Diego, dating back to 2003. The Toreros picked up a four-point win in the WCC Tournament in 2008 (when the tournament was hosted by San Diego). USD also won three-straight from 2015-16; its last win over the Bulldogs was a 58-57 win in Spokane on Feb. 25, 2016.
    - In the last meeting, Gonzaga shot a then season-best 55.6 percent from the floor and 50 percent from long range to run past San Diego. (Since that matchup, the Zags set new season-highs, first against USF on Jan. 24 shooting 59.3 percent from the floor, followed up by a season-best 60.3 percent at Portland on Feb. 9). Three Zags finished in double-figures led by Zykera Rice with 18 points while Katie Campbell was deadly from long range, sinking 5-of-7 attempts to for 17 points. Jenn Wirth added a double-double of 13 points and 10 boards while Laura Stockton dished out a career-high 10 assists. The Bulldogs led 41-29 at half and cruised to the 86-61 victory.

    SCOUTING SAN DIEGO:
    - The Toreros are currently on an 11-game losing streak, the biggest losing streak currently in the WCC. USD's lone conference win on the season came with a 57-49 win at Santa Clara on Dec. 31, 2018.
    - San Diego has been battling injuries all season long, and nine of their 14 roster players have seen action in at least 14 games. Currently, the Toreros are down to eight active players with five players averaging nearly 30 minutes per game.
    - In conference play, the Toreros have struggled offensively, shooting just 37.8 percent from the floor, including 22.2 percent from beyond-the-arc, while averaging 56.1 points per game.
    - Currently, USD averages 61.5 points per game shooting 40.1 percent from the floor and 27.5 percent from long range. The Toreros average 37.4 rebounds per game while limiting opponents to 34.3 rebounds for a rebounding margin of +3.1, good for fourth in the WCC.
    - Two players average double-figures for San Diego, led by Patricia Brossmann with 11.1 points per game while Madison Pollock adds an even 11.0 points per contest. Brossmann and Pollock also lead the rebounding effort with 7.4 and 5.9 rebounds per game, respectively.
    - San Diego is coming off a tough 80-49 loss to Saint Mary's at home, marking USD's second 30+ point loss in conference play. The Toreros also lost by more than 30 points (32 points) to Pacific on Jan. 12 (79-47).

    SHARING THE ROCK
    The Zags continue to improve their ability to share the basketball. On Feb. 9 at Portland, the Bulldogs delivered a season-high 27 assists on 35 made field goals. It marked the six time this season (all in conference play) that the Zags have dished out at least 20 assists. Gonzaga has also been able to take care of the ball better than any other WCC team as it averages a league-leading 1.2 assist-to-turnover ratio.

    MULTIPLICITY
    The Bulldogs' bench is the deepest in the conference as the Zags play eight players at least 20 minutes while no one averages more than 28 minutes per game (Chandler Smith leads the team in minutes played at 28.3). Six players average at least 8.5 points per game, led by Zykera Rice at 13.8 points per contest, while seven players are shooting over 40 percent from the floor and three players shoot at least 50 percent. Through 24 games, the Zags have had seven different top scorers and seven different top rebounders. In Gonzaga's last game at Portland on Feb. 9, five different players reached double-figure points; that marked the fifth time this season that five or more Zags have scored in double-figures in the same game and the 11th time that at least four Bulldogs reached double-figures.

    MOVING ON UP
    Laura Stockton dished out two assists in GU's 93-62 at Portland on Feb. 9. Stockton now has 433 career assists to rank fourth all-time in GU history. She is seven assists short of third place; former Zag Amy Simpson claims the third spot with 439 career assists. Currently, Stockton leads the team and ranks fourth in the conference with 4.4 assists per game. If she continues at that rate, it will take her two games to surpass Simpson for third place all-time.

    SHOTS FIRED, AND MADE
    Currently, Jill Townsend and Zykera Rice are shooting over 50 percent from the floor for the season. Townsend leads the Zags and ranks third in the WCC shooting 53.8 percent from the floor, while Rice ranks fifth shooting 51.2 percent. (Sophomore Jenn Wirth is currently shooting 59.6 percent from the floor, but she does not qualify for the overall season field goal percentage as she has not played in at least 75 percent fo the season's games).

    ELITE COMPANY
    Currently, Gonzaga is one of only eight Division I programs with at least 22 wins on the season: #2/2 Louisville (23-1); #3/3 Oregon (23-1); #4/4 UConn (22-2); #5/5 Mississippi State (22-1); #6/6 Notre Dame (22-3); #7/8 Maryland (22-2); #13/12 Gonzaga (22-2); #25/25 South Dakota (22-3). Through Feb. 12, no team had more than 23 wins on the season.

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    Crumpacker: Women's Hoops Reaching Final Weeks


    COMPLETE WEEK 15 NOTES

    WEST COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL QUICK HITS

    Three West Coast Conference teams in the Top 65 in RPI in Gonzaga (13), BYU (37) and Saint Mary’s (46).

    Gonzaga remains in the AP and USA Today Coaches Polls for the 10th consecutive week at No. 13 and No. 12. The No. 12 ranking by USA Today is the highest ranking in program history for either poll.

    Gonzaga was a 4-seed and the nation’s No. 13 OVERALL seed in the NCAA Committee’s early reveal on Monday, Feb. 11. That seeding would have the Bulldogs hosting NCAA First and Second round action in Spokane, Wash., should the season end today.

    Gonzaga is listed as a 4-seed in the latest iteration of Charlie Crème’s Bracketology with BYU one of the “First Four Out.” The last time that the West Coast Conference had two teams make the NCAA Tournament was in the 2015-16 season when BYU and San Francisco both earned bids. The WCC has had multiple bids a total of 11 times, including three consecutive years from 2014-16.

    Saint Mary’s set a new WCC record for points scored in a conference game when the Gaels defeated Portland, 113-85, on Jan. 31. The mark surpassed the previous record of 109 points scored by Gonzaga against San Diego on Jan. 31, 2009, exactly 10 years to the day.

    BYU sophomore Sara Hamson is the active Division I blocks per game leader with a 3.33 blocks per game average in her career.
    Saint Mary’s senior Megan McKay tied the WCC single-game field-goal percentage record after going 11-of-11 from the field against Portland on Jan. 31. Her mark ties the 11-of-11 record initially set by Teri Hunt of San Francisco on Jan. 25, 1986.

    Pepperdine is assured of its first winning season since 2010-11 with a 16-8 overall record and just five games remaining. With it’s 9-4 mark in WCC play, DeLisha Milton-Jones’s team has its sights on the program-record of 12 WCC wins, set in both the 1999-00 and 2002-03 seasons. At 9-4 with five games remaining, the Waves have already earned their most conference wins since the league moved to a 16-game schedule in the 2011-12 season.

    Santa Clara junior Lauren Yearwood is the 12th in the country in blocked shots (59) and 15th in blocks per game (2.57) after the junior transfer’s strong start.

    Saint Mary’s senior Megan McKay is the WCC leader in field goal percentage at .600 (111-of-185). Already the first student-athlete to lead the conference in field goal percentage over three-consecutive seasons, she can extend her record to become the first student-athlete in conference history to lead the WCC in field goal percentage in all four seasons of eligibility after also leading the league in 2016 (.619), 2017 (.557) and 2018 (.608).

    Gonzaga’s Katie Campbell ranks No. 4 in the NCAA in 3-point field goal percentage at .471 while Pepperdine junior Barbara Sittangin ranks No. 7 in the NCAA in assist-to-turnover ratio at +3.33.

    With an average of 5,617 fans per game, Gonzaga’s average attendance ranks 12th & attendance ratio to capacity (93.6%) ranks 1st in the NCAA.

    LMU's Chelsey Gipson was named the WCC Player of the Week >> FULL RELEASE

    WCC BASKETBALL WEEKLY SCHEDULE

    Thursday, February 14
    San Diego at [13] Gonzaga - TheW.tv - 6 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=158644
    Santa Clara at Saint Mary’s - TheW.tv - 6:30 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=158878
    San Francisco at Pacific - TheW.tv - 7 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=158880
    BYU at Portland - TheW.tv - 7 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=158645


    Friday, February 15
    Pepperdine at Loyola Marymount - TheW.tv - 7 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=159291


    Saturday, February 16
    San Francisco at Saint Mary’s - TheW.tv - 1 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=158894
    Santa Clara at Pacific - TheW.tv - 2 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=158899
    San Diego at Portland - TheW.tv - 2 p.m. – https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=158900
    BYU at [13] Gonzaga - TheW.tv - 2 p.m. - https://wccsports.com/watch/?id=157003

    WCC Sports Article Link

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    Bulldogs, Pilots Up Next

    San Diego travels to face Gonzaga, Portland this weekend


    San Diego (8-16, 1-12 WCC) • Gonzaga (22-2, 11-1 WCC) • Portland (10-13, 2-10 WCC)
    McCarthey Athletic Center (6,000) • Spokane, Wash. | Chiles Center (4,852) • Portland, Ore.

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    SAN DIEGO—San Diego will head on the road to the Pacific Northwest to face No. 12/13 Gonzaga and Portland this weekend.

    The Toreros (8-16, 1-12 WCC) will face the Bulldogs (22-2, 11-1 WCC) on Thursday at 6 p.m. PT. before taking on the Pilots (10-13, 2-10 WCC) on Saturday at 2 p.m. PT.

    The games will be streamed via theW.tv and live statistics will be available on USDToreros.com.

    LAST TIME OUT
    • The Toreros dropped tough contests at home to Pacific, 70-53, on Thursday and Saint Mary's, 80-49, on Saturday.

    •USD shot 50 percent on 22-of-44 from the field and disrupted the Pacific offense all night. However, Pacific put together a strong second half and outscored USD 29-15 down the stretch to secure the win.

    •Leticia Soares scored a team-high 13 points, while Kiera Oakry added 11 points and four assists for the Toreros. Madison Pollock finished the night with 10 points and led the team with 7 rebounds.

    •Patricia Brossmann and Sydney Shepard chipped in eight and seven points respectively and Brossmann added five rebounds while Shepard paced San Diego with five assists.

    • The Toreros were unable to slow the high-powered Saint Mary's offense that went 54 percent from the field on 31-of-57 shooting and six three-pointers in an 80-49 loss Saturday afternoon.

    • Aminata Dosso scored a team-high 10 points, while Madison Pollock led the team with eight rebounds and added nine points. KieraOakryled the team in assists with three and chipped in eight points as well.

    ALL-TIME SERIES AGAINST GONZAGA
    • Gonzaga leads the all-time series with the Toreros 44-23, and the Bulldogs currently own a six-game winning streak over USD, winning the first matchup this season, 86-61.
    • Aminata Dosso and Kiera Oakry each recorded season-highs, scoring 13 and 11 points respectively.Patricia Brossmann added 12 points and seven rebounds, while Leticia Soares chipped in eight points and seven rebounds as well.

    ALL-TIME SERIES AGAINST SAINT MARY'S (?)
    • The Toreros lead the all-time series with the Pilots, 42-33, dropping a close contest earlier this season, 60-69.

    • Madison Pollock scored a career-high 22 points, added five rebounds. Sydney Shepard finished with 14 points including four threes and Brossmann recorded her seventh double-double of the season with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

    NOTEABLE ABSENCES
    • San Diego suffered multiple injuries at the midpoint this season and is currently without starting guard Myah Pace, as well as Ana Ramos and Karla Martínez.

    LEADING THE WAY
    • Patricia Brossmann has established herself as a top performer for the Toreros this season. She leads the team in points (11.1 avg), rebounds (7.4 avg), steals (1.4 avg) and has a team-high eight double-doubles this season which ranks second in the WCC. Brossmann currently ranks sixth in the WCC in rebounding and third in offensive rebounds (3.0 avg). She also ranks sixth in field-goal percentage (50.7).

    • Madison Pollock is currently averaging 11.0 points per game and is second on the team in rebounds, averaging 5.9 per game to rank 13th in the conference.

    • Sydney Shepard leads the Toreros from beyond the arc with a 31.4 three-point field-goal percentage, averaging 1.8 per game to rank sixth in the WCC. Shepard also leads the team in assists, averaging 3.7 per game to rank 11th in the conference.

    • Leticia Soares currently ranks ninth in the conference with a 49.1 field-goal percentage and is averaging 9.4 points per game.

    San Diego Article Link

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    Thanks TerpZag,

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    At the end of the 1st quarter, Gonzaga leads san Diego 22-6...

    Zykera Rice leads the Zags with 6 points...

    Katie Campbell and Laura Stockton are next with 5 points each...

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    At the half, Gonzaga leads 42-12...

    Zags are shooting 67% from the floor, 63% from beyond the arc and 82% from the free throw line...

    Zakera Rice leads the Zags with 11 points...

    Laura Stockton follows with 8 points...

    Jesse Loera is next with 6 points...Katie Campbell follows with 5 points...

    Jenn Wirth leads the Zags in rebounding with 8...

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    San Diego on a 10-0 run...

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    Then the Zags go on a 12-0 run...Zags leads 54-22...

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    After 3 quarters, Gonzaga leads San Diego 58-28...

    Zykera Rice continues to lead the Zags with 13 points...

    Jenn Wirth leads the Zags with 9 rebounds...

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    The gentleman who was whistle happy needs to find a different hobby.... the guy stunk the place up.... great win for the gals...


    Go!! Las Zagas!!!
    "Learn from the past, Plan for the future, Live in the Now!"

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    Gonzaga defeats San Diego 71-44...

    Zags are now 23-2 overall and 12-1 in the WCC...

    3 Zags finish with double figure scoring...

    Zaykera leads Gonzaga with 15 points...

    Jesse Loera is next with 13 points...

    Laura Stockton follows with 10 points ...

    LeeAnne Wirth had 9 points and Jill Townsend finished with 7 points...

    Katie Campbell and Jenn Wirth scored 5 points each...

    Jenn Wirth led Gonzaga with 9 rebounds...

    Zags shot 55% from the field...The Toreros shot 28% from the field...


    https://gozags.com/sidearmstats/wbball/media

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    Zags Roll to 7th Straight Win, 71-44 over USD

    Rice led the Zags with 15 points, Loera added 12(?)


    Gonzaga 71 - San Diego 44 Final Stats Link


    SPOKANE, Wash. – No. 13/12 Gonzaga women's basketball took a 30-point lead into halftime and never looked back in a 71-44 win over San Diego Thursday night inside the McCarthey Athletic Center.

    Gonzaga (23-2, 12-1 WCC) shot 55.3 percent from the floor for the game while limited San Diego (8-17, 1-13 WCC) to 28.3 percent shooting, and the Bulldogs controlled the glass 40-29. In the first half alone, Gonzaga held the Toreros to just four field goals, season low by any GU opponent this season.

    "I thought we had great focus in the first half," head women's basketball coach Lisa Fortier said. "In both of those quarters, our defense was good, our offense was good. We were sharp. It seemed like we were making them shoot a lot of contested shots that were not easy, and offensively, everything we tried worked."

    The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Zykera Rice with 15 points to go along with three boards, two blocks, one steal and one assist while Jessie Loera finished with a season-high 13 points off 5-of-7 from the floor to go along with three assists and three steals. Laura Stockton rounded out the double-figure scoring for the Zags, finishing with 1 points(?) and three assists.

    Gonzaga opened the first quarter with a 7-2 run, scoring seven unanswered following an early Torero jumper. Over the next six minutes, the Bulldogs outscored USD 11-2 to take a sizeable 18-4 lead with just over a minute remaining. Gonzaga shot 64.3 percent from the floor in the opening period and allowed just three USD field goals to lead 22-6 heading into the second.

    The Bulldogs limited San Diego to just one field goal in the second quarter while forcing five turnovers and out-rebounding the Toreros 10-4. Gonzaga shot 71.4 percent in the second, capping a 20-6 second-quarter run with a trey from Stockton to lead 42-12 heading into the break.

    San Diego opened the third quarter on a 10-0 run to cut the Zags' lead to 20 (42-22), yet Gonzaga responded with a 10-0 run of its own bring its lead back to 30 (52-22) with 3:20 to go in the third. The Zags extended their lead to as many as 32 in the third period and led 58-28 heading into the final period.

    Gonzaga never relinquished its lead, shooting 45.5 percent in the final 10 minutes to cruise to the 71-44 win.

    "Our week of practice was just phenomenal; we had a strong week, great energy and we wanted to bring that into the game today," Loera said. "[San Diego] had a lot of transition layups last game, and our defense was one of the keys to focus on this game. I think we did a really good job."

    San Diego was led by Leticia Soares with 10 points while Madison Pollock added eight points and 10 rebounds.

    Gonzaga continues play Saturday, Feb. 16 against BYU at 2 p.m. in the McCarthey Athletic Center.

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    I've tried to rewatch the game but still even with it being "on demand" I get a lot of pauses...

    but watching in person it was and "ugh" game.....I attribute it to the refs calling the game very inconsistently....push offs a foul against us, but not SD eg......

    SD was allowed to be rough while the slightest of touches would get us rung up...

    and two perfectly timed blocks negated due to faulty calls...

    towards the end, when the SD girl absolutely was the last one to touch the ball going out of bounds, the call naturally went their way....game footage says differently....

    we didn't shoot our free throws as well as we could....

    and Jill T gets clobbered all the time.....she has got to be sore this morning

    SD had LARGE players....and they meant to be physical all night and they were....

    BUT our team responded with skill and efficiency.....when we needed a play we got it from someone, whether it be Jessi or Jill or Leeanne, etc.....Melody had 8-9 rebounds..

    another hard fought win....

    Proud of the team for toughing it out....

    my theory on the refs is that when they see the other team is short handed, they'll let a lot of things go so as not to foul the players out...

    ONWARD ZAGS!

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    First half was a very well played game on both sides of the ball, the second half, not so much.

    I think the girls played "tired" in the second half. The intensity on both sides of the ball, noticeably dropped off after halftime. On offense, we missed a bunch of bunnies and numerous possessions we took a quick 3 instead of working the ball around for a better shot. On defense, if you are going to give the guard/wing the baseline, you have to have your help defense get to the baseline to stop the drive or its a lay-up or foul. Rebounding in the second half was not very good, frequently the lady zags simply did not fight for position, giving the rebound to USD.

    I hope the laissez-faire second half was more due to it being Valentine's day, a big first half lead, etc. than any deeper issues. Saturday brings plenty of incentive to put 4 good quarters together.

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    Cudos to Zykera going 5-6 at free throw line, and 5-6 FG, 15 points. Good game Jessie 5-7 FG, 13 points. Good rebounding by Jenn and Melody.

    Jill inadvertently was elbowed hard in the nose by Zykera. Jill needs to take her time at the free throw line and make them count.

    It was a sloppy game and we are going to have tighten up those boot straps and bring our A game against BYU Saturday.

    On the attention to detail side notice LeeAnne had a free flowing pony tail, and Jenn had a braided pony tail. Zykera had two pony tails. Jill is no longer wearing black sleeve. Only protective wear noticed was small white band on one of Zykera's knees.
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