Boys soccer Athlete of the Year
Alexander Dexter scored four goals in the last two games before Kaiserslautern was eliminated from boys soccer title contention this spring. Those goals weren’t quite enough to deliver on the Raiders’ ultimate goal. But they were plenty to announce a major rising talent on the DODDS-Europe scene.
Girls soccer Athlete of the Year
Kat Farrar plays two simultaneous roles for the Patch Panthers girls soccer team. She’s its primary offensive weapon, among many others. And she’s the key that makes them all more potent.
Baseball Athlete of the Year
Take away his intangible qualities, and Ben Ciero is an outstanding baseball player based on ability alone.
Softball Athlete of the Year
And like that, she’s gone.
Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year
Track and field athletes compete against their own high standards as much as each other. Certain numbers loom as milestones for competitors looking to add just a few more inches to a throw or leap, or to shave a few precious seconds from a run.
Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year
DODDS-Europe runners have spent a lot of time chasing Julia Lockridge over the past four years.
The 2014-15 school year is finally in the history books, and most students are enjoying the opening days of the summer break.
Championship teams flooded the rosters of the All-Europe boys and girls soccer teams, announced Monday by DODDS-Europe Athletic Director Karen Seadore.
In May, Ramstein won both the DODDS-Europe Division I baseball and softball championships. Now the Royals are reaping the postseason awards.
Track- Day 2
Patch boys take boys crown in a meet that saw three records fall - including two that were three decades old.
D-I baseball final
Royals thump Vilseck 27-1 to retain championship in first baseball final that hasn't included Patch.
D-I softball final
Ramstein rallies for late runs, then holds off Vilseck 7-6 to take back championship it lost a year ago.
D-II/III baseball final
Rota, with a limited regular-season schedule, is perfect in postseason tournament.
D-II/III softball final
Aviano carried top seed into tournament and went unbeaten to win championship for first time in softball or baseball.
Track - Day 1
Senior tops 800 mark that had stood since 1980 as well as 1,600 record that was just a year old.
Softball - Day 2
The big school league’s Ramstein, Patch, Vilseck and Kaiserslautern will square off, though later games Friday would determine who plays who.
Baseball - Day 2
Six of eight teams slated to reach Saturdays semifinals do so, with AFNORTH and Vilseck playing above their seeding.
D-I boys final
ISB can't break through Ramstein defense that gave up only one goal all tournament.
D-I girls final
Panthers prevail in overtime on Danielle Mannier goal. Her sister, Whitney scored earlier.
D-II boys final
The Bahrain boys’ soccer team achieved the seemingly impossible Thursday by beating four-time defending European champion Marymount in the Division II finals.
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American Overseas School of Rome
Black Forest Academy
International School of Brussels
DODDS-Europe schedules from previous years
Europe scoreboard: May 28, 2015
05:16 June 15, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: May 23, 2015
08:13 May 28, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: May 22, 2015
16:38 May 22, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: May 17, 2015
02:04 May 18, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: May 16, 2015
13:31 May 16, 2015
Top performers, May 13, 2015
Top performers, May 6, 2015
Top performers, April 29, 2015
Top performers, April 22, 2015
Top performers, March 25, 2015