Division II boys semifinals
Second-seeded Admirals hold off Ansbach while No. 3 Falcons rout Black Forest Academy.
Division II hoops - Day 2
Both teams from Black Forest Academy reach final four, joining teams from six other schools.
Division II hoops - Day 1
AOSR only unbeaten team for boys; Black Forest Academy, Bitburg rout opponents in girls action.
European boys preview
Teams in Germany favored to fight it out for D-I title, but teams from elsewhere expected to reign in D-II and D-III.
European girls preview
Regular season produced favorites, but upsets always possible in season-ending, four-day events.
It won’t surprise anyone if Black Forest Academy and Bitburg meet for the DODDS Europe Division II title next week.
American Overseas School of Rome won its 11thstraight game Saturday, sweeping a Division I foe for the second straight weekend in the process.
DODDS European wrestling - Day 2
The three meets, while based largely on geography, are well-balanced in terms of the number of wrestlers competing and the size of the participating schools.
Boys basketball roundup
Royals improve to 9-1 while sending Warriors to sixth straight defeat.
Maggie Ehmann won not only the individual champion with 302.7 points, but also the top honors in the kneeling position with 103 and the always difficult standing portion with 97.5.
First-year programs aren't ready to challenge Patch, but shooters and programs making progress as sport grows in Europe.
American Overseas School of Rome, swept by Aviano to begin the season in both boys and girls action, looked like the best team on the court in both respective brackets Saturday.
Falcons look strong at Aviano basketball gathering, one of four that DODDS is holding during weekend.
This weekend, a total of 14 schools from five different European countries will gather in four events that can only be described as basketball meets.
Girls basketball roundup
After four games against D-1 foes, Bitburg takes two from Ansbach to begin run against schools with similar sizes.
Some of those wrestling Saturday in a six-team meet were only competing in their second high school event. Others were trying to regain the form they displayed with strong showings last year.
Defending champion Panther boys haven't been challenged this season so far; girls pound Ansbach as well.
The reigning Division I European champions will defend their title behind a sturdy roster of 45 wrestlers. Among those are 22 returnees from last year’s title squad.
Patch, which won DODDS-Europe team championships in 2014, 2012, 2010 and 2009, has all the elements of another championship team in place.
Boys basketball preview
Defending champions devastated by graduation, leaving three new-look divisions open for new contenders.
Girls basketball preview
Wiesbaden, Black Forest, Brussels face new and old opponents while trying to retain their titles.
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.
Ansbach defeated Hohenfels 30-20 capitalized on a string of unusual Hohenfels penalties to erase Tiger leads before and after halftime.
DODDS-Europe volleyball - Day 2
This season’s DODDS-Europe realignment has served to expand Italy’s volleyball power base.
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.
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.
DODDS-Europe tennis - Day 1
Three day DODDS-Europe tennis tournament opened Thursday with play in boys and girls singles and doubles competition.
This weekend’s slate of DODDS-Europe football semifinal games will determine the participants in the Nov. 1 final four.
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.
Ansbach stays perfect by outscoring Aviano
Eight will become four as playoffs begin
Unbeaten Ansbach sinks Rota, continues to roll
Runners tuning up for European championships
Seven of eight D-II playoff teams already set
Blue and gold
Principal: David Carlisle
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DODDS-Europe schedules from previous years
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