European golf championships
Things got interesting along the way. But eventually, Wednesday’s clubhouse leaders became Thursday’s champions.
From roster turnover to regional scheduling to past and potentially future divisional realignment, there’s a lot that rests outside of the control of DODDS-Europe volleyball programs. With that in mind, teams can only truly focus on beating the team that happens to show up on the opposite side of the net.
For some, the goal is to be more serious. For others, it’s to lighten up. The elusive sweet spot lies somewhere in between, and might never be pinpointed exactly.
The Warriors beat Lakenheath in five sets and Alconbury in three to add to their undefeated season.
The win is a boost for Vicenza's fragile hopes of returning to the Division II postseason a year after it made an impressive run to the semifinals.
After two winless seasons, the perennial DODDS-Europe pushover shoved its way squarely into the Division I playoff picture Saturday.
Sophomore running back Connor Davey delivered both of Ramstein's touchdowns as the home team built a 13-0 halftime lead.
Tigers went second straight game at the expense of Aviano, which loses consecutive games.
Three different Baron runners found the end zone as the host Barons beat SHAPE 32-7, improved to 3-0 and secured a berth in the DODDS-Europe Division II playoffs.
Cougars improve to 3-0 with 46-6 victory over winless Dragons.
Admirals score 28 points in opening quarter on way to 42-12 triumph over ISB.
Raiders coach Aaron Scalise said his already thin team finished Friday night with just 12 healthy players.
AFNORTH/Brussels combined squad breaks through with first victory while extending Baumholder's losing streak.
Jordan Holifield of Stuttgart and Leigha Daryanani of Bitburg, last year’s boys’ champion and girls’ runner-up, respectively, showcased their impressive games just before it really counts.
Round of golf Thursday was last competitive event before championships for Kaiserslautern, Bitburg, AFNORTH golfers.
The 2015 DODDS-Europe Division II football season is divided into two distinct portions: non-regional games and regional games.
September has not been a great month for high school football in the United States.
Tony Saintmelus lead the charge with an offense-defining two touchdowns and 170 yards on the ground.
Ramstein's Katelyn Schultz and Wiesbaden's Sidney Perry claimed victory in the boys and girls races, respectively.
Hunter Ficenec, last year’s Okinawa district champion, posted the best time in Europe on the first day of competition: 15 minutes and 58 seconds.
Panthers sweep Warriors in boys play and take six of nine matches in girls action.
Wiesbaden's acclaimed offense was back in action Saturday after a nine-point effort in an opening loss last weekend.
The Stuttgart offense was prolific, with a variety of stars stepping up across the field for the home team.
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American Overseas School of Rome
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2015 day-by-day fall sports schedules and results for:
DODDS-Europe schedules from previous years
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 3, 2015
06:11 October 6, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 2, 2015
14:46 October 2, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 1, 2015
06:10 October 2, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: Sept. 27, 2015
05:15 September 27, 2015
Europe Scoreboard: Sept. 26, 2015
02:57 September 27, 2015
Top performers, Oct. 7, 2015
Top performers, Sept. 30, 2015
Top performers, Sept. 23, 2015
Top performers, May 13, 2015
Top performers, May 6, 2015