Final week of the regular season in Ohio, who do you think will win

Digital Scout Staff (@DigitalScout)
October 30, 2014


Over the past several years, we here at Digital Scout have competed in a friendly game of who-knows-more-than-who when it comes to Ohio High School Football.


In a game dubbed as the "Digital Scout Ohio Pick 'Em", our staff members make selections each week on high school football games in our home state of Ohio. 


Whether they be our neighboring schools, big matchups in either the Ohio Capital Conference, Central Catholic League or the Greater Catholic League or just a marquee matchup from somewhere across the state, we at Digital Scout compete for office bragging rights in a cumulative score contest.


It is at this time, that we wanted to share this fun with our loyal readers and fans alike. 


Our staff will be making their selections soon, and we encourage you to do the same. Leave a comment with your picks, tweet your picks to us, let us know on Facebook which school you’re pulling for. Hashtag #OhioPickEm and mention @DigitalScout to be in the conversation!


Let it be known! Show your school pride.


Make your picks!


Games list:

Wayne vs Centerville Friday, October 31, 7:00

Archbishop McNicholas vs Badin Friday, October 31, 7:00

La Salle vs Elder Friday, October 31, 7:00

St. Xavier (Kentucky) vs St. Xavier (Ohio) Friday, October 31, 7:00

Trinity (Kentucky) vs Moeller Friday, October 31, 7:00

Hillard Darby vs Hilliard Bradley Friday, October 31, 7:30

Bishop Ready vs Bishop Hartley Friday, October 31, 7:30

Cadinal Mooney vs Austintown Fitch Friday, October 31, 7:30

St. Edward vs St. Ignatius Saturday, November 1, 7:00



Coffman, Liberty square off to stay atop the Ohio Capical Conference

By: Cameron Mellor (@CamMellor)
October 21, 2014


Remember way back in early September when Olentangy Liberty hosted Olentangy High School? Two cross-town rivals, both pegged to finish near the top of their divisions, squaring off against one another in an early season marquee matchup.


Remember when that game went all the way down to the wire with two of the Ohio Capital Conference’s top teams squaring off? Tied at 28 at the end of regulation, the Braves score first in the extra period and force the Patriots to retaliate with a touchdown of their own.


Remember when Liberty scored and could have seemingly tied the ball game once again to force a second overtime with a simple extra point? How about instead, do you remember when their two-point conversion attempt from Alex Lando to Jacob Wiseman fell incomplete and the Patriots were cut short of an upset over their bitter rivals?


Of course you remember all of that. Or well, at least now you remember.


That game should seem like mere peanuts however, come this Friday when Dublin Coffman comes to town.





While that 35-34 overtime loss to an undefeated Olentangy team remains the Patriots lone blemish, this season has turned out to be an incredibly successful 2014 campaign for the Patriots.


Liberty is averaging nearly 30 points per game this season and have gained a total of 2794 total yards of offense through eight games.


Both the rushing and passing attacks have seen equal shares of success in 2014 as the Patriots have gained 1468 yards on the ground while accumulating 1326 through the air.


The Liberty offensive attack averages over five yards per play (5.3) while averaging just under 350 yards per game (349.3).


Led by sophomore quarterback, the aforementioned Alex Lando, the Patriots have thrown for 12 touchdowns this season and have scored 20 touchdowns on the ground. Senior Nicholas Durtschi leads all rushers with 958 yards and nine touchdowns while fellow senior, Wiseman has recorded eight touchdowns and 342 yards on the ground.


He also has seven touchdowns on the receiving end of Lando throws.


Durtschi himself leads the team by averaging 195.4 yards per game between rushing, receiving, kick and punt return yards. Wiseman and Durtschi have combined for 1979 of the teams 2784 offensive yards this season.


When the Patriots take the field this Friday night at 7:30, they will be facing their stiffest test to date lining up against an undefeated, 8-0 Dublin Coffman team.


The Shamrocks will head to Powell, bringing with them an eight-game winning streak and a prolific offense that averages 37.4 points per game.


Coffman, similar to their foe on Friday, has seen a fair share of success both in the rushing and passing attacks this season. The ’Rocks have scored 20 rushing touchdowns and 19 passing touchdowns this season, compared to just five turnovers.


Maybe even more impressive than their offense this season – is their defense.


Through eight games in 2014, the Coffman defense has held opponents to just 50 points combined. They have forced 12 turnovers, are holding opponents to 171 yards of offense per game and have held two of their past three opponents to 153 total yards or under.


Led by Isaac McKinney and Griffin Grady on the defensive side, the ’Rocks will battle this Friday night at 7:30 in a game that should not only decide the ever-important playoff seeds, but also for who can call themselves the outright leader of the Central Division of the Ohio Capital Conference.


Digital Scout will be live at the game this Friday night and keeping fans up to date with up-to-the-minute stats and breaking plays as two of Central Ohio’s top teams duke it out in the second to last week of the regular season.


Follow live on Twitter (@DigitalScout) and tell us you’re going to the game by signing up at our event page on Facebook to possibly be featured next week on our site. You can also follow live on the NFHS Network.

Chargers record first victory after Raiders forced to forfeit amid injuries

By: Bryan Bedigrew
October 14, 2014


This past Friday, two 0-5 teams came together looking for their first win on the season. Senior running back Casey Willyard would lead the Jefferson County North Chargers (Ks.) with 105 yards rushing and two touchdowns in a 28-6 victory over the Immaculata Raiders (Ks.). The victory would also be the first district win for Jefferson County North.


The Chargers (1-5, 1-4) started the game with the ball and impressed with a 10-play drive that culminated with a Willyard five-yard rushing touchdown and a 7-0 Charger lead over the Raiders (0-6, 0-6). 


It wouldn’t be until the second quarter that the Chargers would score again. Quarterback Bryce Noll’s two-yard run plus a Joel Abel extra point would increase the Jefferson County North lead to 14-0. The Chargers would put together another second quarter scoring drive, one that was capped by a Kyle Noll five-yard up-the-gut score for a comfortable 21-0 lead for the Chargers. 


The Raiders would try to put something together just before the half however, an already slim roster was dealt a huge blow when Raiders senior Tanier Karigan would go down with an injury and not return. This left Immaculata with only 10 players to finish the game.


Not giving up however, the Raiders would receive a big momentum push as with just seconds left before halftime, a complete pass to Michael Valenca to the Chargers four yard line would give them hope heading into the second half. Leading off the third quarter, the Raiders attempted to put something together but gave up the ball on a Valenca fumble on the Chargers 48 yard line. 


The Chargers would run seven plays leading to a Willyard three-yard run for a Jefferson County score and a 28-0 lead. 


With impressive perseverance, the Raiders would score on their next possession after a six play drive. Valencia redeemed his earlier fumble by putting the Raiders on the board with a two-yard touchdown. The extra point however would fall short making the score 28-6 with 5:04 left in the third. 


After the ensuing Raiders kick off, just two plays later Immacaulata would suffer yet another injury as Valenca hit the ground. With the team now down to nine players Raiders coach Fred Elliot elected to forfeit the game with 4:39 remaining on the clock in the third quarter. The Raiders would fall to 0-6 while the Chargers would secure their first win and push their record to 1-5 this season.


Willyard finished the game with the game with 105 yards on 17 carries and two touchdowns.


Jefferson County North will travel to Valley Falls this Friday at 7:00. The game will be live on the NFHS Network and you can also follow along and stay up to date on Twitter - @DigitalScout

DS/State Associations partnerships to provide state football scoreboards

By: Cameron Mellor (@cammellor)
August 8, 2014


Digital Scout football viewers across the country will now be treated to a unique, one-of-a-kind experience starting this fall. Due to a new partnership with several different state athletics & activities associations, viewers will now be able to stream data in real time from a variety of states, across our nation in one solidified place. 


For the first time in Digital Scout's nearly 20 years, users will be able to view data casts of football games on a state scoreboard for Washington D.C., Wyoming, North Dakota, Alabama, Ohio, Tennessee and areas of Texas with many more to come. 


This unique treat is due to a partnership between Digital Scout and each individual athletic or activities association.


Housed on each athletic or activities association state website, viewers will be able to watch the data stream in from any and all schools who are utilizing Digital Scout to track their stats on Friday nights.


Have a program in Texas that you want to check up on? Visit Dave Campbell's to check them out. How about your nephew's game in D.C. that you can't make it to? Maybe your alma mater has a committed athlete playing in Ohio on Friday night? With this new platform, viewers can check out scores from all across the nation as they happen.


Follow along with the Digital Scout Twitter at @digitalscout for up-to-the-minute news and further information regarding which states are partnering with Digital Scout and which games are happening live on Fridays. Make sure your favorite high school or alma mater has and will use Digital Scout this fall!


For all sports, all the time

By: Cameron Mellor
August 5, 2014


In light of the school year officially beginning this week, Digital Scout has announced big plans for the 2014-15 calender year. Starting with the fall sports season, all of Digital Scout's statistical tracking software for each sport will be available for schools to use free of charge. 


Digital Scout, the nation's leader in high school sports stat tracking since 1995, has over 11,000 schools across the country using one or more of their products. From football to basketball, soccer to track & field, the Digital Scout stat-tracking software is driven to aid coaches of all sports. Created by coaches, for coaches, Digital Scout allows schools to track their stats on-the-go, live using our state-of-the-art mobile apps. 


Schools can track their stats live and analyze play and game results in real time, during or after the game. Digital Scout offers football, basketball, baseball, softball and volleyball mobile apps as well as software for your PC for soccer, hockey and track & field. 


Digital Scout is a division of PlayOn! Sports, the nation's premier high school sports media company. 


The software used to pay for itself but now with no costs on the school's end to use, is a sure no-brainer for schools to use. The reviews speak for themselves


"I'd like to thank Digital Scout for their product: Digital Scout Basketball," Wonderview High School (Ark.) head basketball coach Jerod Squires wrote. "We've used it the past five years and it has had a tremendous effect on the success of our basketball program."


Basketball isn't the only sport, sporting rave reviews:


"We have been using Digital Scout Football for three seasons now, the program works great," Eureka High School (Mo.) head football coach wrote. "Coaches are amazed with the detailed summary of game stats available during and after the game."


Coaches and/or Athletic Directors can sign up for free for the 2014-15 seasons by clicking right here and navigating to their desired sport: Digital Scout Account Creation.


Happy tracking and good luck to all schools this season!

Acquisition creates ultimate fan experience for High School Sports


By: Digital Scout Staff
May 9, 2014



Digital Scout, the nation's leader in high school statistical software and apps, became a part of the nation's leading high school sports media company when PlayOn! Sports purchased Digital Scout this past February.


PlayOn! manages the day-to-day operations of the NFHS Network which captures the passion, pride, and energy of the high school experience by delivering live high school sports and events to family members and fans whenever they want, wherever they are through, as well as mobile apps. The NFHS Network is a joint venture among the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), its member state associations and PlayOn! Sports.


“We are very excited about joining the PlayOn! Sports team,” Digital Scout CEO, Nathan Heerdt said. "We are thrilled to join an organization that has the same passion and excitement for high school sports and its fans as we do." 


Digital Scout Football stat-tracking apps will be free again this year for all high school coaches. We'll also be working hard to upgrade and include live stat-tracking in more of our apps for volleyball, baseball/softball, soccer and more in the coming months.


Starting this August, Digital Scout will offer more opportunities to increase fan engagement with Digital Scout products by integrating our DS Football and DS Basketball live stats on the NFHS Network site to accompany the live video coverage. With the combination of live gamecasts and live video events, the NFHS Network will have the most comprehensive coverage of high school sports in the country.


Thanks for being a part of the Digital Scout coaching family.  We're working hard to keep improving our products and supporting your continued success! 


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Digital Scout Acquired by PlayOn! Sports


By Dan Fronczak

May 1, 2014


As a coach, I know your time is limited. Creating and analyzing your team's statistics can be cumbersome - but it does not have to be that way.


We recognize that everyone is clamoring for you to post your stats and scores to the paper, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. - and they all want it yesterday!


With that in mind, here are six tips for stat tracking made easy.  They will save you time off the field while appeasing your media friends in the process.


1. Track stats on a mobile device. The only people using pen and pad anymore are in the newspaper business...enough said.


2. Track stats live. Track your stats once and be done with it. No need to go back in and watch film to track stats. This will free you up to watch film and focus on technique and making your team better.


3. Get your scores out to the community. Make sure the app you use to track stats publishes your box scores to your approved sources (newspapers, state associations). Engage your fans and community with live play-by-play and increase fan support. 


 4. Create a list of all the people who you would customarily share your statistics with. Your coaching staff needs stats after the game.  Also think of your media, parents, players, grandparents, college coaches, the mayor, mailman, whomever. Sending statistics to this group post game via your app will save you time and energy.


5. Make sure the app you use creates individual player statistics.  Whether you have kids poised to play at the next level or you're tracking school records, you need individual player stats. Direct college coaches to a player's online page for authenticated stats that "YOU" created, and generate player reports during and after the season for every player on your team.


6. Make sure those player pages have the ability to upload video clips. There are some great video tools, as well as live streaming video companies out there. Make sure you have a program that has both authenticated statistics and the ability to upload video on one comprehensive platform. 


For the extra point- Remember those social media friends? Some programs will let you post statistics, scores, and plays directly into your Facebook and Twitter pages (If you're into that kind of thing).


For the most trusted FREE stat tracking football App on the market:



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6 Ways to Better Utilize Your Stats in New Football Era

State by state lists of boys basketball playoff start dates


By: Digital Scout Staff
February 18, 2014


Florida – February 13

Alabama – February 14

Oklahoma – February 14

Maine – February 15

Missouri – February 16

South Carolina – February 17

Texas – February 17

Minnesota – February 18

New York – February 18

Ohio – February 18

Tennessee – February 18

California – February 19

Hawaii – February 19

Nevada – February 19

Arizona – February 20

North Carolina – February 20

Georgia – February 21

Massachusetts – February 21

Louisiana – February 22

Utah – February 22

Illinois – February 24

North Dakota – February 24

Vermont – February 24

Mississippi – February 25

Wisconsin – February 25

Arkansas – February 26

Colorado – February 26

Delaware – February 27

Maryland – February 28

Rhode Island – February 28

South Dakota – February 28

Washington – February 28

Wyoming – February 28

New Hampshire – March 1

Virginia – March 1

Kentucky – March 2

Kansas – March 3

Montana – March 3

New Jersey – March 3

West Virginia – March 3

Oregon – March 5

Idaho – March 6

Nebraska – March 6

Connecticut – March 7

New Mexico – March 7

Pennsylvania – March 7

Iowa – March 10

Michigan – March 10

Alaska – March 15

Indiana – March 15

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High School Basketball Playoff Dates

Congratulations to HSGC users across the western region of the country


By: Cameron Mellor

January 15, 2014


In light of the annual high school All-American games that took place the first weekend of 2014, signifying the culmination of the high school football season, we see no better time than the present to continue to unveil the first-annual, All-HSGC Award Lists for the 2013 football season.


With extensive parameters and essential criteria to be considered for the coveted list, the All-HSGC Awards signify excellence on the field of key offensive positions and defensive players as a whole. The quintessential component of the list was basic and to-the-point – your team must utilize the HSGameCenter program being delivered by Digital Scout. From there, the grading criterion included, but was not limited to, yards and touchdowns, team winning percentage, percentage of team total offense and much more.


The west region contains users from the states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.


After careful deliberation and hours of scouring over statistics from programs far and wide, the list of the first ever All-Western HSGC Awards are here.


All-Western Player of the Year:

Nate Tayco, Rio Hondo (Calif.) Preparatory School (11-2)

Running Back No. 29

2625 total yards, 38 total touchdowns



All-Western First Team


Kody Wilstead, Pine View (Utah) High School (9-2), No. 3

3797 total yards, 36 total touchdowns



Running Back:

Devin Martinez, Southridge (Ore.) High School (7-4), No. 24

1711 total yards, 19 total touchdowns


Kava Cassidy, Serra San Mateo (Calif.) High School (11-3), No. 8

1715 total yards, 18 total touchdowns



Wide Receiver:

Jack Bangerter, Pine View, No. 5

1283 total yards, 13 total touchdowns


Tyler Mullen, Summit (Ore.) High School (5-6), No. 80

1692 total yards, 19 total touchdowns


All-Western Second Team


Willy Pflug, Sunset (Ore.) High School (7-3), No. 12

2926 total yards, 35 total touchdowns


Running Back:

Boyd Rieke, Bigfork (Mont.) High School (9-1), No. 13

1389 total yards, 23 total touchdowns


Kelton Hunt, Enterprise (Utah) High School (5-4), No. 35

1415 total yards, 22 total touchdowns


Wide Receiver:

Justin Kennett, Orting (Wash.) High School (6-4), No. 5

1241 total yards, 11 total touchdowns


Nick Hines, Tualatin (Ore.) High School (6-5), No. 16

960 total yards, 11 total touchdowns


All-Western Third Team


Kaden Schmitt, Shelley (Idaho) High School (11-2), No. 8

3006 total yards, 32 total touchdowns


Running Back:

Jamil Bond, Lutheran (Colo.) High School (8-2), No. 24

1121 total yards, 23 total touchdowns


Sean Daniels, Rye (Colo.) High School (6-4), No. 7

1672 total yards, 14 total touchdowns


Wide Receiver:

Josh Peterson, Shelley, No. 12

674 total yards, 13 total touchdowns


Christian Pabico, Long Beach (Calif.) Polytechnic High School (11-2), No. 18

717 total yards, 11 total touchdowns



All-Western Honorable Mention


Cody Limmer, Poudre (Colo.) High School (4-5), No. 9

2546 total yards, 25 total touchdowns



Matthew Fa’aita, Serra, No. 18

2462 total yards, 27 total touchdowns


Brian Lewerke, Pinnacle (Ariz.) High School (8-3), No. 6

2555 total yards, 29 total touchdowns


Running Back:

Brandon Hayman, Mount Vernon (Wash.) High School (6-3), No. 24

1401 total yards, 13 total touchdowns


Jake Pruit, Southridge, No. 2

1118 total yards, 13 total touchdowns


Gregonta Brown, Gresham Union (Ore.) High School (4-7), No. 25

1591 total yards, 10 total touchdowns


Wide Receiver:

Colton Miller, Pine View, No. 22

1061 total yards, 5 total touchdowns


Jeff Bieber, Sunset, No. 5

849 total yards, 7 total touchdowns


Spencer Long, Poudre, No. 8

772 total yards, 11 total touchdowns


Jeron Konkright, Newport (Wash.) High School (4-5), No. 1

854 total yards, 14 total touchdowns



All-Western Defensive Player of the Year

Jason Fao, Long Beach Poly, No. 55

97.5 total tackle, 79 solo, 28 tackle for loss, 8.5 sack


All-Western Defensive Honorable Mention

Caleb Turner, Long Beach Poly, No. 5

131 total tackle, 109 solo, 31.5 tackle for loss, 1 interception


Ben Bachman, Gresham Union, No. 88

49 total tackle, 47 solo, 16.5 tackle for loss, 5 sack, 3 interception


Thor Katoa, Pine View, No. 11

104.5 total tackle, 73 solo, 16 tackle for loss, 5 sack



Dylan Draper, Pine View, No. 2

58.5 total tackle, 40 solo, 11 tackle for loss, 2 sack, 3 interception


Travis Jinks, Southeast (Wyom.) High School (5-5), No. 73

51 total tackle, 32 solo, 13 tackle for loss, 7.5 sack

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All-Western HSGC Awards

Congratulations to HSGC users across the southeast region of the country


By: Cameron Mellor

January 12, 2014


In light of the annual high school All-American games that took place the first weekend of 2014, signifying the culmination of the high school football season, we see no better time than the present to continue to unveil the first-annual, All-HSGC Award Lists for the 2013 football season.


With extensive parameters and essential criteria to be considered for the coveted list, the All-HSGC Awards signify excellence on the field of key offensive positions and defensive players as a whole. The quintessential component of the list was basic and to-the-point – your team must utilize the HSGameCenter program being delivered by Digital Scout. From there, the grading criterion included, but was not limited to, yards and touchdowns, team winning percentage, percentage of team total offense and much more.


The southeast region contains users from the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.


After careful deliberation and hours of scouring over statistics from programs far and wide, the list of the first ever All-Southeast HSGC Awards are here.


All-Southeast Player of the Year:

Kenny Purvis, Central Cabarrus (N.C.) High School (11-2)

Running Back No. 6

3192 total yards, 39 total touchdowns


All-Southeast First Team


Chase Noonan, North Paulding (Ga.) High School (12-2), No. 5

3602 total yards, 45 total touchdowns


Running Back:

Tyler Rogers, Mobile Christian (Ala.) High School (9-4), No. 2

2689 total yards, 40 total touchdowns


Jamaz Richardson, Lejeune (N.C.) High School (13-1), No. 23

2089 total yards, 29 total touchdowns


Wide Receiver:

Josh Malone, Station Camp (Tenn.) High School (9-2), No. 3

1833 total yards, 24 total touchdowns



KJ Hill, North Little Rock (Ark.) High School (10-3), No. 5

1645 total yards, 21 total touchdowns


All-Southeast Second Team


Jake McKenzie, Monroe (Ala.) Academy (13-0), No. 4

3132 total yards, 41 total touchdowns


Running Back:

Isaiah Johnson, Rossview (Tenn.) High School (9-4), No. 23

2589 total yards, 30 total touchdowns



Joel Evans, Riverside (N.C.) High School (8-3), No. 4

2563 total yards, 26 total touchdowns


Wide Receiver:

Deion Holliman, Camden Fairview (Ark.) High School (10-2), No. 5

1984 total yards, 19 total touchdowns



Rashaan Gaulden, Independence (Tenn.) High School (6-4), No. 7

1045 total yards, 14 total touchdowns



All-Southeast Third Team


Donquell Green, Burke County (Ga.) High School (9-2), No. 5

3068 total yards, 40 total touchdowns



Running Back:

Terry ‘Gus’ Nichols, Hector (Ark.) High School (12-2), No. 3

1981 total yards, 33 total touchdowns



Arien Beasley, North Oldham (Ky.) High School (10-4), No. 30

2841 total yards, 19 total touchdowns



Wide Receiver:

Matty Biondich, Northview (Ga.) High School (5-5), No. 11

1321 total yards, 14 total touchdowns


D’Kwan Sandolph, St. James (La.) High School (6-7), No. 5

1705 total yards, 16 total touchdowns


All-Southeast Honorable Mention


Jarrad Hayes, Central (La.) High School (11-2), No. 9

2642 total yards, 31 total touchdowns


Brock Humphrey, Harrison (Ark.) High School (3-7), No. 12

2478 total yards, 32 total touchdowns


Running Back:

Vic Wharton, Independence (Tenn.), No. 3

2630 total yards, 26 total touchdowns



Daniel Bitulli, Nashville Christian (Tenn.) High School (12-1), No. 34

1845 total yards, 28 total touchdowns



Wide Receiver:

Gary Triplett, Central (La.), No. 2

1540 total yards, 13 total touchdowns


Jacob Rogers, Union County (Ga.) High School (6-5), No. 22

1124 total yards, 10 total touchdowns


Brian Clark, Clay Chalkville (Ala.) High School (10-2), No. 7

1191 total yards, 15 total touchdowns



All-Southeast Defensive Player of the Year

Davondrick Lison, McGehee (Ark.) High School (7-3), No. 9

92.5 total tackle, 72 solo, 32.5 tackle for loss, 14.5 sack


All-Southeast Defensive Honorable Mention

Tajai Liles, Hopewell (N.C.) High School (6-6), No. 27

39 total tackle, 30 solo, 19.5 tackle for loss, 12.5 sack


Edwin Alexander, St. Thomas Aquinas (La.) High School (9-3), No. 99

39 total tackle, 32 solo, 22.5 tackle for loss, 9 sack


Chauncey Rivers, Stephenson (Ga.) High School (8-4), No. 10

46 total tackle, 32 solo, 22 tackle for loss, 10 sack


McKenzie Hill, Evangelical Christian (Tenn.) High School (11-1), No. 54

36.5 total tackle, 31 solo, 21 tackle for loss, 7.5 sack

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