Boys soccer roundup
Tigers bounce back from season-opening loss to hand Falcons first defeat of season.
Dragons take two games from SHAPE after splitting with Wiesbaden to open up weekend against larger schools.
The only surviving games of the anticipated Germany-Italy divisional showdowns will be held Saturday at Aviano.
Boys soccer roundup
Naples gets first victory on late goal, while Elia scores four times to lead AOSR.
Girls soccer roundup
Patch scores nine times against Hohenfels as three players score at least two goals each.
Only two seniors - both holdovers from last year - make first team along with three sophomores and five juniors.
Plenty of underclassman chosen on first and second teams honoring the best prep basketball players in 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.
She finished in first place in every regular-season meet this season, pushing Patch’s overall dominance of the sport to unprecedented heights.
Patch junior was perfect on the season, including a 46-second pin for the 195-pound title at the DODDS European championships.
Division I boys semifinals
There will be a new D-I champion as Raiders upend top-ranked and unbeaten Patch to set up another game with cross-town rival Royals.
Division I girls semifinals
The hometown Wiesbaden Warriors are starting to make this a habit. And it’s one the rival Ramstein Royals would love to break.
Division I hoops - Day 2
Top four girls seeds and top three boys teams reach semifinals with Naples crashing party.
Division I hoops - Day 1
The two-time defending champion Patch boys notched two double-digit wins, as did the reigning Wiesbaden girls. Single wins Thursday would put them into semifinals.
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
Nine schools were represented among Saturday’s 28 weight-class finalists. Four schools placed three or more wrestlers in one of the 14 title bouts, and five programs came away with individual championships.
Vilseck qualifiers 10 wrestlers to Europeans, while success varies for other schools at southern meet. Large schools dominate as well at other meets.
Defending champions will enter final weekend without a loss.
Kaiserslautern hands Warriors first loss before teams reverse fortunes on Saturday.
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.
Girls basketball roundup
The undefeated Warriors have now swept doubleheaders against Division I rivals Lakenheath, Vilseck, Patch and Ramstein.
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.
Panthers sweep Naples and Vicenza, while Vilseck boys get two victories from weekend trip south of Alps.
Before Saturday’s DODDS-Europe wrestling meet at Vilseck, Ramstein coach Steve Kennedy said it would be nice if the Royals were the ones to put an end to Patch’s dominance on the mat.
Patch, Vilseck get wins in three of four games in first day of German-based teams' visit to Italy.
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.
Royals bounce back against Vilseck
Lancers start D-I run with a sweep of SHAPE
Wiesbaden, Patch split title game rematches
Barons start off lighter schedule with sweep
Sigonella continues to knock off larger foes
Black and gold
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DODDS-Europe schedules from previous years
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Europe Scoreboard: March 21, 2015
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