Boys soccer roundup
Hohenfels standout Justin Standifer posted consecutive shutouts in the Tiger goal Friday and Saturday, helping his team to a win and a tie and evening its season record to 2-2-1.
Girls soccer roundup
The DODDS-Europe defending Division I girls soccer champion Patch Panthers shook off Friday's loss at rival Ramstein with an impressive 6-0 shutout of the Wiesbaden Warriors on Saturday.
The Ansbach-Baumholder softball matchup was a lot more competitive than the baseball one Saturday.
With winter weather at its heels and spring break veering into its lane, the DODDS-Europe track and field season has always been unorthodox.
The Patch Panthers hope this season will end with a shot at reclaiming their lost Division I European championship. It started off in that direction on Saturday.
Girls soccer roundup
Janice Teschner knows her way around a soccer field. Specifically, she knows the way to the net.
A game with all the makings of a familiar interdivisional rout took a startling turn Saturday, leading to one of the more memorable moments in recent Baumholder sports history.
DODDS-Europe softball preview
The 2014 DODDS-Europe softball season opens Saturday with five matchups in three countries, including a marquee matchup between defending Division I champion Ramstein and rising rival Vilseck. Here’s a look at the season ahead.
Ramstein-Patch again? D-II harder to predict
Field features old contenders, new challengers
Rivalries highlight divisional races
Seniors, D-I players dominate All-Europe hoops
Three cheers for Ramstein, Ansbach, Menwith Hill
Top seeds survive jitters, rugged play
Schweinfurt heads opening-day upsets
Plethora of contenders for three boys crowns
Girls tournament favorites? Take your pick
Kaiserslautern topples unbeaten Wiesbaden
Patch has six champs en route to runaway title
D-I teams finish season in a jumble
Pools sort out contenders for mat titles
Hoop teams try to build momentum
Patch has numbers, but many classes up for grabs
SHAPE, Lakenheath split weekend series
It takes 3 OT, but Bavarian team gets first win
Blue and gold
Randy Dolph, Dennis Kirstein