DODDS-Europe volleyball - Day 1
The realignment of DODDS-Europe’s three divisions was expected to produce mismatches. On Thursday, the first day of the 2014 European girls volleyball championship tournament, it did just that.
Other teams have swooped in and out of the title picture, but along with since-closed Heidelberg, the Royals and Warriors have been the standard-bearers for Division I football over the last decade.
Ansbach and Hohenfels are separated by just 75 miles, and DODDS-Europe schedules skew heavily towards local games. But the teams didn’t meet in the regular season.
Divisional realignment adds another twist to tournaments that often feature the unexpected.
Cross country championships
Both the Patch boys’ and girls’ squads won the Division I team titles by placing four runners in the top 10.
DODDS-Europe tennis - Day 3
International School of Brussels won all the finals it was entered in Saturday at the 2014 DODDS European Tennis Championships and was just a Patch showdown shy of a clean sweep.
Ramstein’s Royals battered visiting Patch 48-7 Saturday to advance to the DODDS-Europe Division I football final against defending champ Wiesbaden.
The win gives the former European dynasty its first title-game berth since 2011 and a chance for its first championship since winning two straight in 2007 and 2008.
The Tigers overcame some early turnovers caused by less-than-ideal field conditions to defeat Naples in the DODDS Division II semifinals, 25-11.
The Brussels Brigands ended their debut season in a local football league Saturday with a 33-18 victory over the Brussels Bulls.
The Wiesbaden Warriors earned their shot at a second straight DODDS-Europe Division I football championship Friday night with a 56-27 victory over the visiting Kaiserslautern Raiders.
DODDS-Europe tennis - Day 2
Patch teammates will meet for girls title Saturday, with ISB fielding an entry in the other three finals.
This weekend’s slate of DODDS-Europe football semifinal games will determine the participants in the Nov. 1 final four.
DODDS-Europe tennis - Day 1
Three day DODDS-Europe tennis tournament opened Thursday with play in boys and girls singles and doubles competition.
Mitchelle Bailey back to defend boys individual title, while Julia Lockridge is strong favorite to capture girls race.
Defending champion Jade Sullivan of Wiesbaden heads girls field, while last year's runner-up Fabian Sandrup Selvik of ISB is boys favorite.
By the slimmest of margins, the Vicenza Cougars overcame a second-half Bitburg rally Saturday to advance to the semifinals of DODDS-Europe’s 2014 football postseason.
Wildcats advanced to the DODDS European Division II semifinals on the galloping runs of its sophomore quarterback Ty'Rick Riggins, pushing past a persistent Rota team to win 34-18.
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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: 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
Europe Scoreboard: Oct. 5, 2014
02:03 October 5, 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
DODDS-Europe athletes of the week, Oct. 20
05:24 October 21, 2014
DODDS-Europe athletes of the week, Oct. 13
04:05 October 14, 2014
DODDS-Europe athletes of the week, Oct. 6
05:35 October 7, 2014
DODDS-Europe athletes of the week, Sept. 29
05:42 September 30, 2014
DODDS-Europe athletes of the week, Sept. 22
03:30 September 23, 2014