DODDS-Europe finalists Ramstein, Wiesbaden, Ansbach and Hohenfels dominate the 2014 All-Europe football teams, announced Thursday by DODDS-Europe athletic director Karen Seadore.
Twenty-one players from 14 DODDS-Europe schools across five countries have been named to the 2014 All-Europe volleyball teams, announced Thursday by DODDS-Europe athletic director Karen Seadore.
Football athlete of year
The only thing lacking from Vidovic’s fairy-tale career was a happy ending: his Tigers were denied a second straight title Nov. 1 in a 30-20 loss to Ansbach.
Volleyball athlete of year
Leah Rojas has a lot of volleyball-related skills, but talking about those skills isn’t one of them. Rojas is unable, it seems, to talk about anything but her team.
Boys cross country athlete of year
Weeks before the 2014 cross-country season began, Mitchell Bailey hurt his knee. The incident wasn’t part of the ideal script Bailey had in mind for his final season of high-school competition, but it wasn’t outside of his range of plans either.
Girls cross country athlete of year
Already an accomplished track and field performer, Julia Lockridge sprinted onto the cross-country scene, capping a dominant regular season with a runaway victory in the 2014 European championship race.
Boys tennis athlete of year
Soon after falling in the finals of last year's European championship match, Sandrup Selvik began working to get better.
Girls tennis athlete of year
The Patch Panthers sophomore started off her season with her ankle wrapped in a “gigantic green cast,” as coach Walter Fritz described it. But she ended it as the 2014 DODDS-Europe girls tennis champion.
Girls golf athlete of year
“I truly believe, as cliché as it sounds, that I’m one of those people that when I say something, I do it,” Jenna Eidem said. “I set my mind to it and I do it.”
Boys golf athlete of year
There is a long list of things that don’t bother Patch sophomore Jordan Holifield, now the two-time Stars and Stripes boys golf Athlete of the Year.
The South all-stars took a 20-14 victory over the North in the annual postseason classic, the fourth consecutive year it's been held since its 2011 relaunch.
It could also be the last hurrah for the rest of the military community as well if a new volunteer can’t be found to keep the tradition alive.
The Royals defeated the Warriors 17-0 in the 2014 DODDS-Europe Division I championship game, swinging the schools' ongoing power struggle back in Ramstein's favor.
Ansbach defeated Hohenfels 30-20 capitalized on a string of unusual Hohenfels penalties to erase Tiger leads before and after halftime.
The two perennial powerhouses played a match for the ages, with Wiesbaden emerging with the Warriors’ first DODDS-Europe girls’ volleyball title after a 19-25, 25-11, 25-14, 23-25, 16-14 victory.
After marching into Saturday’s finals with a hard-fought, four-set win over Hohenfels on Friday, Aviano fell flat in its title bid against an energized Rota team, 19-25, 18-25, 18-25.
The Wild Boars breezed through Saturday’s Division III championship game in three straight sets, 25-16, 25-21, 25-21, to beat Sigonella and earn their first DODDS-Europe girls’ volleyball title.
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American Overseas School of Rome
Black Forest Academy
International School of Brussels
International School of Florence
2014 day-by-day fall sports schedules and results for:
DODDS-Europe schedules from previous years
Europe Scoreboard: Nov. 3, 2014
02:43 November 4, 2014
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 25, 2014
03:48 October 29, 2014
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 18, 2014
04:18 October 22, 2014
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 11, 2014
06:02 October 12, 2014
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 9, 2014
09:31 October 10, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 22, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 15, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 8, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 1, 2014
Top performers, Sept. 24, 2014