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BasketballBoysNon-regionPatch 50, Wiesbaden 41Saturday at PatchPatch....... 7 10 21 12_50Wiesbaden....... 8 13 5 15_41Scoring - Patch: Amir Brazelton 11, Dylan Measells 9, Damien Babington 7, Brad Baker 6, Jaymes Kingberry 5; Wiesbaden: Kelsey Thomas 25. Noteworthy - Dylan and Jaymes Kingberry had 7 rebounds each for Patch; Andrew Murray had 7 rebounds and Alfred Johnson had 6 rebounds and Gary Miskovsky had 5 rebounds for Wiesbaden.

Region IBrussels 29, Menwith Hill 26Saturday at Menwith HillBrussels....... 5 10 3 11—29Menwith Hill ....... 8 10 6 2—26Scoring — Brussels: Brower 23; Menwith Hill: Reuss 9, Knight 8, Conner 4, Ryan Reers 4. Noteworthy — According to Dejardin, Brower grabbed 16 rebounds and Jackson 10 for Brussels. Reers led Menwith Hill with 7 rebounds. Records — Brussels is 1-2 overall and is scheduled to play Friday at International School of Brussels. Menwith Hill, which next is to play Jan. 6 at American Community School-Hillingdon, also is 1-2 overall.

Lakenheath 82, SHAPE 47Saturday at LakenheathSHAPE....... 14 9 7 17—47Lakenheath....... 24 27 15 16—82Scoring — SHAPE: Douglas 16, Ryan Howard 8, P.J. Nieves 8; Lakenheath: Walker 26, Holloway 19, Glenn Jones 15. Noteworthy — According to Lakenehath coach Alan Campbell, Douglas took game-rebounding honors with 10. Howard added 6 for SHAPE, which got 3 steals from Nieves. Josh Eversman, Holloway and Winkie each snared 5 rebounds for the Lancers. Walker and Holloway each came up with 3 steals. Records — SHAPE, which next is to host Bitburg on Jan. 6, fell to 0-4 overall, 0-2 in Region I. Lakenheath, which is scheduled to play at The American School in London on Friday, is 2-0, 2-0. JV — Lakenheath 49, SHAPE 13.

Region IIKaiserslautern 70, Bitburg 53Saturday at BitburgKaiserslautern....... 14 19 22 15—70Bitburg....... 9 16 17 11—53Scoring — Kaiserslautern: Bradley 21, Scarvers 21, Stern 12; Bitburg: Evans 14, Flood 14, Shanks 9. Records — Kaiserslautern is 2-1 overall and 2-0 in region. Red Raiders next are to host Hohenfels on Jan. 6. Bitburg, which next is scheduled to play at SHAPE on Jan. 6-7, is 0-2, 0-2. JV — None reported.

Region IIIBamberg 51, Hohenfels 33Saturday at HohenfelsBamberg ....... 14 9 13 15—51Hohenfels....... 12 6 7 8—33Scoring — Bamberg: T.J. Cortright 19, Terry Williams 16; Hohenfels: Mike Dongus 10, Devon Fluker 6, Daniel Harris 6. Noteworthy — Cortright with 14 rebounds and Williams with 10 rebounds posted double-doubles to lift Barons to 2nd straight victory. Xavier Davis led Hohenfels with 6 rebounds. Records — Bamberg is 2-2 overall and in Region III and next is to play at Wiesbaden on Jan. 7. Hoehenfels fell to 0-3, 0-3 and next is to play at Kaiserslautern on Jan. 6. JV — Hohenfels 34, Bamberg 33.

Heidelberg 55, Schweinfurt 47Saturday at SchweinfurtHeidelberg....... 10 18 11 16—55Schweinfurt ....... 7 9 10 21—47Scoring — Heidelberg: Marcel Simon 12, Maurice Simon 12, Wayne Dawkins 11; Schweinfurt: Brandon Wright 13, Tony Price 9, Jordan Simpkin 9. Noteworthy — According to Schweinfurt coach Jesse Woods, Marcel Simon grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds for Heidelberg, which got 9 rebounds from Maurice Simon and 5 from Dawkins. John Kiner led Schweinfurt with 8 rebounds; his teammates Anthony Johnson and Price each added 6. Records — Defending European Division I champion Heidelberg is 3-0 overall and 2-0 in Region III and next is to host Ramstein on Jan. 13. Schweinfurt fell to 1-2, 1-2 and is next scheduled to host Patch on Jan. 13 and 14. JV — None reported.

Region IVAOSR 53, Sigonella 37Friday at SigonellaAm. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 15 11 13 14—53Sigonella....... 9 5 11 12—37Scoring — American Overseas School of Rome: Lorenzo Mannozzi 22; Sigonella: Chris McKissick 12, Peter Swisshelm 9, Antonio Garcia-Diaz 8. Noteworthy — Sigonella coach Ross Brand credited McKissick with 15 rebounds, 3 blocks and an assist; Swisshelm with 8 rebounds and 2 steals; Garcia-Diaz with 4 rebounds, 4 steals and a block; Collin Gantt with 2 steals, and Davonte Stevenson with an assist. JV — None.

AOSR 57, Sigonella 50Saturday at SigonellaAm. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 23 7 21 6—57Sigonella....... 9 10 14 17—50Scoring — American Overseas School of Rome: Mannozzi 21; Sigonella: McKissick 20, Garcia-Diaz 11, Swisshelm 8. Noteworthy — Brand reported 18 rebounds, 5 steals and a block for McKissick; 7 rebounds and 3 steals for Garcia-Diaz; 3 rebounds for Swisshelm, and 2 assists each for Gantt and Stevenson. Collin Cook and Olivero Figus led AOSR with 8 and 6 rebounds, respectively. Records — AOSR will take 3-1 mark into its next game, at home Jan. 13 vs. Aviano. Sigonella, which next is scheduled to host Vicenza on Jan. 13, is 2-2. JV —None.

Aviano 54, Milan 13Friday at AvianoAm. Sch. of Milan....... 3 5 2 3—13Aviano....... 22 12 14 6—54Scoring — American School of Milan Alessandro Tunzi 5, Andrew Lisorti 5; Aviano: Myron McRae 14, Elijah Smith 10, Cory Webb 10, Dimitri Dawson 8. Noteworthy — According to Aviano coach Kenneth McNeely, McRae pulled off 5 steals, Andrew Bert handed out 5 assists and Webb 4. JV — None.

Aviano 62, Milan 31Saturday at AvianoAm. Sch. of Milan ....... 5 2 14 10—31Aviano....... 22 12 14 6—54Scoring — American School of Milan: Tunzi 25; Aviano: Smith 10, Webb 10, Bert 8, Zach Erskine 8. Noteworthy — Bert made 6 steals andWebb 4 for the Saints, who played all 15 players for the second straight day. Records — Aviano, which next is to travel to AOSR on Jan. 13, is 4-0. Milan, next bound for Naples on Jane. 13, is 0-4. JV — None.

Naples 62, Marymount 28Friday at RomeNaples ....... 14 12 14 22—62Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 8 9 10 1—28Scoring — Naples: Nigel Alexander 18, Isaiah Wesby 11, Jun Jun Gallardo 7; Marymount International School of Rome: Ziyad Nour 13, Giorgio Musilli 8, Febri Hannan 6. JV — None.

Naples 53, Marymount 12Saturday at RomeNaples....... 19 23 11 0—53Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 2 10 0 0—12Scoring — Naples: Alexander 19, Wesby 9; Marymount International School of Rome Musilli 6, Nour 6. Noteworthy — 40-point courtesy rule invoked in 3rd quarter. Records — Naples will take 3-1 record into its next game, Jan. 13 against visiting Milan. Marymount is 0-4 and is to travel to Florence on Jan. 13. JV — None.

GirlsNon-regionalPatch 54, Wiesbaden 15Saturday at StuttgartWiesbaden....... 0 7 6 2—15Patch ....... 16 15 11 12—54Scoring — Wiesbaden: Lauren Barry 4, Maggie Mosley 4, Amber Tucker 4; Patch: Janelle Loney 48, Brittany Hyde 2, Emma Murray 2. Noteworthy - Loney chalked up 16 steals and grabbed 5 rebounds before game ended 4-plus minutes early by 40-courtesy rule, according to Patch coach John Kohut. Felicia Faublas blocked 3 shots for Wiesbaden, which got 6 rebounds from Meghan Smith and 5 from Michelle Schonberg. Records — Patch, with non-regional victories over two Division I schools goes into holidays 2-0. The Lady Panthers are off until Jan. 13, when they open their Region III season at Schweinfurt. Wiesbaden is 2-1 overall and next is to play at home against Bamberg on Jan. 6. JV — Patch 21, Wiesbaden 17.

Region ISHAPE 50, Lakenheath 30Saturday at LakenheathSHAPE....... 13 7 20 10—50Lakenheath....... 8 11 5 6—30Scoring — SHAPE: Muldoon 18, Rhett 16, Kearstin Wainwright 6; Lakenheath: Reed 11, Hodge 5, Tracy McCall 5. Noteworthy - Muldoon topped all rebounders with 14; McCall led Lakenheath with 8 rebounds. Martinez credited McCall with 8 rebounds and Hodge with 6; Rhett handed out 4 assists for SHAPE. Records — SHAPE, which next is to play Jan. 6 at home against Bitburg, is 4-0 overall, 2-0 in Region I. Lakenheath, which is scheduled to play Saturday at The American School in London, is 0-2, 0-2. JV — None reported.

Region IIIHeidelberg 51, Schweinfurt 10Saturday at SchweinfurtScore by quarters unavailableScoring — Heidelberg: Luna 11, Shivers 10, Baisden 8, Romina Fears 6; Schweinfurt: Liyah-Bree Washington 4. Noteworthy — According to Schweinfurt coach Julia Heintz, Fears and Janell Moore of Heidelberg topped all rebounders with 5 each. Heidelberg got 4 steals each from Miller and Baisden, but Schwienfurt’s Leach led that category with 5 swipes. Records — Heidelberg is 3-0 overall, 2-0 in region and next is to play Jan. 13 against visiting Ramstein. Schweinfurt, which next is to host Patch on Jan. 13 and 14, is 0-3, 0-3. JV — None reported.

Hohenfels 39, Bamberg 25Saturday at HohenfelsBamberg....... 5 8 7 5—25Hohenfels....... 7 12 10 10—39Scoring — Bamberg: Bowen 11, Godbee 8, Sanders 4; Hohenfels: Golson 20, Glenn 11, Taylor 4. Noteworthy — Golson grabbed 11 rebounds and Glenn 6. Records — Hohenfelks, which next plays at Kaiserslautern on Jan. 6-7, is 2-1 overall and in region. Bamberg, next scheduled to play in Wiesbaden on Jan. 7, is 1-3 overall and in region. JV — Hohenfels 18, Bamberg 17 (OT)

Region IVSigonella 28, AOSR 21Friday at SigonellaAm. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 1 7 4 9—21Sigonella....... 8 6 10 4—28Scoring — American Overseas School of Rome: Unavailable; Sigonella: Halie Gasporra 10, Deanna Brown 7, Tenia Strobridge 7. Noteworthy — According to Sigonella coach Mark Gillett, Gasporra posted a double double by posting 10 rebounds. Sabrina Sabel and Strobridge, who registered 4 assists and 3 blocks, each had 7 rebounds. Brown handed out 3 assists. JV — None.

Sigonella 28, AOSR 17Saturday at SigonellaAm. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 9 5 0 3—17Sigonella ....... 9 5 6 8—28Scoring — American Overseas School of Rome: Unavailable; Sigonella: Strobridge 10, Sydney Moore 7, Brown 5. Noteworthy — Gillett credited Moore with 11 rebounds, Strobridge with 8 rebounds and 2 blocks, and Brown with 5 steals. Records — Sigonella is 4-0 going into holiday break. The Lady Jaguars next play Jan. 13 and 14 when they are scheduled to host Vicenza. AOSR, which next hosts Aviano on Jan. 13 and 14, is 1-3. JV — None.

Naples 46, Marymount 7Friday at RomeNaples....... 21 16 7 2—46Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 0 3 4 0—7Scoring — Naples: Maria Beard 27, Laniesha Jeans 11, Sydnye harris 6; Marymount International School of Rome Gabriella Wiley 4. Noteworthy - According to Marymount AD Simone Trott, Wiley grabbed 4 rebounds in a game ended by 40-point courtesy in the 4th period. JV — None.

Naples 46, Marymount 6Saturday at RomeNaples ....... 15 13 18 0—46Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 2 4 0 0—6Scoring — Naples: Jeans 19, Marla Beard 6, Aundrea Hall 6; Marymount International School of Rome: Wiley 4. Noteworthy — Game ended in 3rd quarter by 40-point courtesy rule. Records — Naples, which next is to play Jan, 13 against visiting Milan, improved to 3-1. Marymount is 0-4 and idle a Jan. 20 trip to Milan. JV — None.

MarksmanshipVilseck 1,368; Hohenfels 1,323; Ansbach 1,309; Bamberg 1,213; Vicenza 985Saturday at VilseckTop overall (300 possible) — Malia Carson (Vils) 275Top prone (100 possible) — Carson, 97Top standing — Keyera Howard (Hoh) 90Top kneeling — Shelby Gronhoff (Vils) 95

WrestlingRamstein 245.5, Heidelberg 170, Vilseck 118, Black Forest Academy 72, Ansbach 49, Hohenfels 15, Schweinfurt 13Saturday at Vilseck106 pounds – 1, Steven Cavanaugh (Ram); 2, Kindell Finster (Vil); 3, Connor Moore (Ram); 4, Michelle Ragay (Vil)113 – 1, Ryan Goins (Ram); 2, Henry Hathaway (Heid); 3, Henry Paige (BFA); 4, Austin Atkinson (Hoh)120 – 1, Dante Thomas (Vil); 2, Kyle Kenney (BFA); 3, Kai Novelli (Ram); 4, None126 – 1, Adam Franz (Ram); 2, Zachary Rogers (Vil); 3, Michael Carter (Vil); 4, Justin Jacobs (Ram)132 – 1, Nick Lister (Heid); 2, Jeremy Sullivan (Vil); 3, T.J. Moore (Ram); 4, Keith Min (BFA)138 – Bryan Caldwell (Ram); 2, Josh McKeown (BFA); 3, Jonathan Whitford (Hoh); 4, Marquez Ensey (Heid)145 – 1, Daniel LeJeun (Heid); 2, Brandon Furtado (Ram); 3, Andi Abel (Ram); 4, Stefan Macy (BFA)152 – 1, Eric Carter (Ram); 2, Samual Nevinger (Heid); 3, Greer McCollum (BFA); 4, Isaiah McNickles (Vil)160 – 1, James McBride (Heid); 2, Dylan Sharpy (Ram); 3, Nick Bardley (Ram); 4, Junior Lopez (Ans)170 – 1, Joe Ankrom (Ram); 2, Patrick Kearns (Vil); 3, Justin Vatcher (Heid); 4, Josh Pleake (Ans)182 – 1, Tyler Rood (Ram); 2, Joel Balmforth (Heid); 3, David Matthews (Schw); 4, Josh McCarthy (Ram)195 – 1, William Grant (Heid); 2, Michael Flores (Ram); 3, Ben Tedder (Ram); 4, Kraig Sumpter (Vil)220 – 1, Anthony Zaferis (Ram); 2, T.J. Propp (Ans); 3, William Miller (Heid); 4, Dong Kim (Schw)285 – 1, Noah Hartley (Vil); 2, Raheem Beatty (Ans); 3, Christian Elliot (Ram); 4, Chris Savchenko (Ram)

Naples 144, Vicenza 97, Aviano 56, Sigonella 28, American Overseas School of Rome 22Saturday at Naples106 pounds — 1, Daniel Vosler (Sig); 2, Elijah Gonzalez (Napl); 3, Nick Klink (Avi); 4, A.J. Munoz (Vicz)113 — 1, Luca Melendez (Napl); 2, Dominic Ledesma (Vicz); 3, Luke Freeman (AOSR); 4, None120 — 1, Tyler Cepeda (Vicz); 2, Edwin Whiting (Napl); 3, Orlando Figue (AOSR); 4, None126 — 1, Patricio Hernandez (Napl); 2, Tyler Laky (Avi); 3, Thomas Allison (Avi); 4, Lorenzo Mencacci (AOSR)132 — 1, Conor Smith (Vicz); 2, Andrew Sizemore (Napl); 3, Bradley beale (Napl); 4, Levi Freeman (AOSR)138 — 1, Nikolas Weiser (Agvi); 2, Rickey Sizemore (Napl); 3, Mikhail Schroeder (Vicz); 4, Anthony Mathis (Avi)145 — 1, Tyler Williams (Napl); 2, C.J. Calabres (Vicz); 3, Conor Skelton (Napl); 4, Jordan Gonzalez (Napl)152 — 1, Bryan Pfirmann (Napl); 2, Ramsey Schroeder (Vicz); 3, Alexander Ramos (Avi); 4, Marshall Perfetti (Vicz)160 — 1, Aaron Hogg (Vicz); 2, David Arreguin (Napl); 3, Bradley Bonnema (Napl); 4, Jeremy Huller (Vicz)170 — 1, James Cheek (Napl); 2, William Pagan (Vicz); 3, None; 4, None182 — 1, Tai McGee (Sig); 2, Josh Hensey (Napl); 3, Chris Morris (Napl); 4, None195 — None220 — 1, J.P Morillo (Napl); 2, Makua Camarao (Napl); 3, Tyler Ricker (Avi); 4, None285 — 1, Christian Ashton-Welch (Avi); 2, None; 3, None; 4, None

Patch 266, Kaiserslautern 149, Bitburg 129.5, Lakenheath 127, Wiesbaden 112.5, SHAPE 92Saturday at Wiesbaden106 pounds — 1, Matt Fischer (Kais); 2, Daryl Page (SHP); 3, McKenna Fields (Pat); 4, Kyle Shaver (Bitb)113 — 1, Ross Wilson (Pat); 2, John Kellett-Forsyth (Pat); 3, Ashleigh Gagnon (Kais); 4, Ed Britt (SHP)120 — 1, Isaac Mcllvene (Pat); 2, Brodie Cutshall (Kais); 3, Sean Jamison (Pat)4, Riley Mustoe (Pat)126 — 1, Jacob Andrus (Pat); 2, Brendan Sturman (Wies); 3, Carl Kristensen (SHP); 4, Chris Brown (Pat)132 — 1, Matt Lengyel (SHP); 2, Dane Robbins (Bit); 3, Jaden Fields (Pat); 4, Kyle Leanhart (Lake)138 — 1, Austin Morrow (Lake); 2, Anthony Cacares (Kais); 3, Damien Sotelo (Bitb); 4, Desean Horton (Pat)145 — 1, Adam Carroll (Lake); 2, Thomas Trevino (Pat); 3, T.J. Daly (Kais); 4, Larry Jackson (Bitb)152 — 1, Devon Parrish (Lake); 2, Mekyle Fernandez (Pat); 3, Jordan Freeman (Wies); 4, Isaiah Williams (Kais)160 — 1, John Downey (Bitb); 2, Jaden Wilstead (Pat); 3, Arvin Hrushka (Kais); 4, Jessie Davis (Wies)170 - 1, Benny Falling (Wies); 2, Nathan Rogacki (Lake); 3, Caine Collins (Pat); 4, Akeem McDaniel (Pat)182 — 1,Robert Mannier (Pat); 2, Bryson Randall (Bib); 3, J.C. Rapp (Pat); 4, Akir Fowlkes (Kais)195 — 1, Austin Schmidt (Bitb); 2, Albert Suarez (Pat); 3, Alex Hess (Wies); 4, Joe Logan (Pat)220 — 1, William Heiges (Wies); 2, Andrew Mineni (Pat); 3, Jeremy McLure (Wies); 4, Josh Robinson (Wies)285 — 1, Isaiah Holland (Pat); 2, Trevor Mickles (Pat); 3, None; 4, None

AFNORTH 93, Baumholder 52, Brussels 48, Alconbury 45, Menwith Hill 41Saturday at Brussels(Nos. 3 and 4 unavailable)106 pounds — 1, Blake Brittain (Baum); 2, None113 — 1, Andrew Hooks (Baum); 3, Joe Poston (MH)120 — 1, Dallin Cazier (Alc); 2, Bryan Real (Baum)126 — 1, Jonathan Jones (Baum); 2, Saverio Young (AFN) 132 — 1, Nick Friese (AFN); 2, Matt Geronimo (Alc)138 — None145 — 1, Alex Abing (MH); 2, Sam Racioppo (Brus)152 — 1, Vincent Alonso (Brus); 2, Chris Milam (MH) 160 — 1, Dakota Deverill (Brus); 2, Aldon Pagio (AFN)170 — 1, Cullen Ennis (AFN); 2, Unavailable182 — 1, Xavier Merrill (Alc); 2, Brady Samson (AFN)195 — None220 — 1, Luke Narug (AFN); 2, Andrew Wells (Brus)285 — 1, Tony Legare (AFN); 2, Nik Scheffler (Baum)

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