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Vicenza sophomore running back Arthur McDonald heads upfield in the first half against Hohenfels on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. McDonald rushed for 149 yards and three scores as the Cougars pulled away for a 31-3 victory.<br>Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes

Vicenza coasts to win as Hohenfels self-destructs

Hohenfels’ possessions in the second half ended in the following ways: fumble, fumble, interception, fumble, interception, fumble and clock running out.

Wiesbaden pulls away from Ramstein to grab D-I lead

The win improves Wiesbaden to 2-0 in Division I conference play this fall, while Ramstein drops to 1-1.

Stuttgart takes control early and keeps Raiders winless

Stuttgart built a 19-0 halftime lead on the way to securing its first win of the fall in three tries.

It's already must-win time for some teams in Europe

Several teams enter this weekend’s set of eight games in dire need of a victory.

Could anthem protests spread to DODEA-Europe sports?

Most coaches don't want to publicly discuss the issue, but few think that high school students with military ties will decline to stand at attention during anthem.

'Pain and hard work' on display on running paths

Stuttgart tops rival Ramstein in both boys and girls races as season opens.

SHAPE can't quite translate 'success' against Bitburg

Elise Rasmussen, a two-time All-Europe volleyball player, scored 16 kills for the Barons.

athletes of the week

Top performers, May 11, 2016

Kendall Spohr, Ramstein: The Royals continued to tear through quality Division I opposition with a 4-0 shutout of Wiesbaden on Saturday. Spohr scored three of Ramstein’s goals in the rout.

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