Eight soccer games kick off slow start to spring sports season in DODDS-Europe.
Boys soccer preview
Ramstein devastated by graduation and looks vulnerable, but Marymount and Sigonella could defend titles again.
Girls soccer preview
Ramstein and Patch have dominated sport in recent years, but now have new competition, especially from D-II champ Naples.
Division III hoops - Day 1
Anything can happen when DODDS-Europe's smallest teams gather together to play. And a lot did Thursday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Divisional realignment adds another twist to tournaments that often feature the unexpected.
The host Alconbury Dragons earned their only win of the 2014 season in emphatic style Saturday with a 57-0 drubbing of Menwith Hill/Woodham.
It's been just more than a week since DODDS-Europe announced a new format for determining the eight participants in the Division II football playoffs. But already the bracket is rounding into form.
Lakenheath boys, SHAPE girls take top honors at cross country meet in England.
The International School of Brussels Raiders celebrated homecoming and improved their playoff odds Friday night with a dominant 47-8 triumph over Menwith Hill/Woodham.
DODDS-Europe athletic director Karen Seadore this week announced an entirely new system for selecting eight playoff-bound teams from a Division II field that features 13 teams spread across six countries.
Chris Armstrong ran in a 10-yard overtime touchdown Saturday to give Menwith Hill/Woodham its first DODDS-Europe Division II victory, a 16-10 defeat of visiting Baumholder.
Menwith Hill, U.K.
Navy and red
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Track and field
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