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BasketballBoysNon-regionalBlack Forest Academy 44, Wiesbaden 36Saturday at WiesbadenBFA....... 10 14 5 15-44Wiesbaden....... 2 8 13 13-36Scoring - Wiesbaden: Kelsey Thomas 9, Darren Williams 7, Gary Miskovsky 6; BFA: Josiah Kelley 20, Joseph Leavitt 8, Luke Zvara 7. Noteworthy - Nathan Greathouse, Anthony Purpero and Travis Olson each had 8 rebounds for the Falcons. Olson also had 5 steals and 4 blocks. Thomas had 6 rebounds and 4 steals. For Wiesbaden, Miskovsky had 7 rebounds and Andrew Murray along with Williams each had 5. John Arnold and Thomas each had 4 assists.

Baumholder 59, SHAPE 37Friday at BaumholderSHAPE....... 5 10 8 14—37Baumholder....... 13 16 11 19—59Scoring — SHAPE (Some first names unavailable): C. Manning 15, Armond Griebe 7, A. Douglas 7; Baumholder: Breon Herbert 16, Tahrell Harris 12,William Wilson 12, Dimio Harris 8. Noteworthy — According to Baumholder coach Spencer Bean, Herbert scored 14 of his points in the second half. JV — Baumholder 40, SHAPE 11.

Baumholder 57, SHAPE 34Saturday at BaumholderSHAPE....... 6 4 12 12—34Baumholder....... 18 19 14 6—57Scoring — SHAPE: Fabio Petrocchi 23, Manning 6, Douglas 6; Baumholder: Wilson 12, T. Harris 11, Herbert 11, Hayford Owusu 9. Noteworthy — According to Bean, who cleared his bench in the fourth quarter, Griebe led SHAPE with 7 rebounds. Records — SHAPE (0-2) is to open its Region I season Friday and Saturday at Lakenheath. Baumholder (2-0) opens its Region II season Friday at Ramstein. JV — Baumholder 37, SHAPE 15.

Region IAFNORTH 58, Brussels 18Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsBrussels....... 2 4 4 8—18AFNORTH....... 33 11 4 10—58Scoring—Brussels: Braden Brower 13; AFNORTH: Oguzhan Yabici 10, Broc Holman 9, Jake Schmidt 9, Erin Yabici 9. Records — AFNORTH is 1-0 overall and in region; Brussels is 0-1.

Region IIIVilseck 69, Hohenfels 60Saturday at HohenfelsVilseck....... 17 11 25 16—69Hohenfels....... 12 23 17 6—60Scoring — Vilseck: Derrick Woodard 19, Trey Adkins 14, Shawn Peebles 9; Hohenfels: Xavier Davis 16, Devon Fluker 15, Mike Dongus 11. Noteworthy — According to Hohenfels coach Kathy Clemmons, Davis led all rebounders with 8; Peebles grabbed 7 to lead Vilseck. Records — Vilseck is 1-0 overall and in Region III; Hohenfels is 0-1.

Region IVSigonella 2, Marymount 0Forfeit Friday; no facility available.

Sigonella 41, Marymount 15Saturday at RomeSigonella....... 11 16 10 4—41Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 7 2 2 4—15Scoring - Sigonella: Davonte Stevenson 16, Antonio Carlos-Diaz 11, Chris McKissick 8; Marymount International School of Rome: Ziyad Nour 6. Noteworthy — McKissick grabbed a game-high 19 rebounds; the Jags also benefited from 15 rebounds from Peter Swisshelm and 9 from Garcia-Diaz. McKissick also made 5 steals. Records — Sigonella will take 2-0 regional and overall mark into Friday and Saturday home games vs. American Overseas School of Rome. Marymount is 0-2, 0-2 and is to host Naples on Friday and Saturday.

Aviano 58, Florence 8Friday at FlorenceAviano....... 27 15 4 12—58Int. Sch. of Florence ....... 1 2 4 1—8Scoring — Aviano: Elijah Smith 10, Jamal Thomas 8, Demitri Dawson 7. International School of Florence: Unavailable. Noteworthy — According to Aviano coach Kenneth McNeely, second half was played with running clock.

Aviano 53, Florence 9Saturday at FlorenceAviano....... 14 17 12 10—53Int. Sch. of Florence ....... 1 1 4 3—9Scoring — Aviano: Smith 13, Steve Sayles 10, Ricky Warren 9; International School of Florence: Jackson Reinhen 3, Jacolo Meil 2. Noteworthy — Running clock employed again. Records — Aviano will take 2-0 overall and Region IV marks into Friday and Saturday home games vs. the American School of Milan. Florence (0-2, 0-2) is to host Vicenza those same days.

Naples 74, AOSR 70 (OT)Friday at RomeNaples....... 21 14 15 7 17—74Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 16 12 17 13 12—70Scoring — Naples: Jun Jun Gallardo 24, Nigel Alexander 16, D.J. Stockman 15; American Overseas School of Rome: Lorenzo Mannozzi 30, Alessandro Toti 13, Colin Cook 12.

AOSR 57, Naples 55Saturday at RomeNaples....... 15 10 14 16—55Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 16 6 24 11—57Scoring — Naples: Alexander 20, Isaiah Wesby 14, Stockman 11. Records — Both teams are 1-1 overall and in Region IV. Naples is to return to Rome this weekend to take on Marymount; AOSR is to journey to Sigonella.

GirlsNon-regionalSHAPE 54, Baumholder 22Saturday at BaumholderSHAPE....... 14 12 18 10—54Baumholder....... 4 4 6 8—22Scoring — SHAPE: Muldoon 19, Rhett 15, Gamboa 10; Baumholder: Marcus 16. Noteworthy — Gamboa stole the ball 12 times for SHAPE, which travels to Lakenheath this weekend for the Region I openers for both teams. Rhett made 6 steals, and Muldoon led SHAPE with 13 rebounds. Liz Burden grabbed 7 rebounds. Marcus, who made 6 steals, led all rebounders with 23. The Lady Bucs entertain another D-I school on Tuesday, when they’re scheduled to host Ramstein in their Region II opener. They are to play Friday at Ramstein. Records — SHAPE is 2-0, Baumholder 0-2.

Region IAFNORTH 27, Brussels 8Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsScore by quarters unavailableScoring — Brussels: Aleeza Vitale 2, Ana Marija Vasileva 2, Alexandra McVicker 2, Dominique Poitier 2; AFNORTH: Sara Sawyer 13, Rylee McKinney 4, Taylor Bonenclark 4. Noteworthy — According to AFNORTH coach D.C. McDonald, Sawyer, a senior post player, posted 9 rebounds, 4 blocks and 3 steals. Records —AFNORTH will take a 1-0 regional and overall record into Friday’s Region I home game vs. International School of Brussels. Brussels will take an 0-1, 0-1 mark into Friday and Saturday Region I games at Menwith Hill.

Region IIWiesbaden 28, Black Forest Academy 19Saturday at WiesbadenBFA ....... 4 5 4 6—19Wiesbaden....... 6 7 8 7—28Scoring — Black Forest Academy: Natalie Bertrand 8, Hannah Kuhn 5, Dominguez 3; Wiesbaden: Faublas 9, Katie Mosley 8, Meghan Smith 6. Noteworthy — Dominguez again topped rebounding with 8; Wiesbaden’s Smith grabbed 7. Velsvaag added 5 rebounds and Schonberg 4 for Wiesbaden. Records — Wiesbaden, which is to travel to Patch on Saturday, is 2-0 overall and in region. BFA is 0-2 and idle until Jan. 13.

Region IIIBamberg 33, Schweinfurt 13Saturday at BambergSchweinfurt....... 6 2 2 3—13Bamberg....... 8 9 13 3—33Scoring — Schweinfurt: Diandra Quashie 7; Bamberg: Bowen 18, Sanders 7. Noteworthy — Sanders snared 18 rebounds and pulled off 11 steals; Bowen posted 13 steals, according to Bamberg coach Ethan Engel. Records — Bamberg is 1-1 overall and in regions and is to host Ansbach on Friday. Schweinfurt, which was playing its first varsity game ever, is 0-1 overall and in Region III. The Lady Razorbacks are scheduled to play Game 2 of all-time Friday at Heidelberg.

Vilseck 22, Hohenfels 17Saturday at HohenfelsVilseck ....... 2 8 6 6—22Hohenfels....... 6 4 3 4—17Scoring — Vilseck: China Sumpter 10, Taylor Hall 5; Hohenfels: Tashia Golson 6, Keanna Glenn 6. Records — Vilseck is 1-0 and next hosts Hohenfels on Friday. Hohenfels is 0-1.

Region IVSigonella 2, Marymount 0Friday at RomeForfeit; no gym available

Sigonella 37, Marymount 17Saturday at RomeSigonella ....... 8 10 9 10—37Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 4 6 4 3—17Scoring — Sigonella: Sydney Moore 18, Sabrina Sable 9; Marymount International School of Rome: Lori Nsimpasi 6, Gabrielle Wiley 5, Anna Bremer 4. Noteworthy—Moore grabbed 14 rebounds, Sable 9 and Halie Gasporra 8. Deeanna Brown made 4 steals for Sigonella. Records — Sigonella will take 2-0 overall and regional marks into Friday and Saturday’s home games vs. American Overseas School of Rome. Marymount will be 0-2, 0-2 when it takes on visiting Naples on Friday and Saturday.

Vicenza 44, Milan 19Friday at VicenzaAmerican Sch. of Milan ....... 3 6 6 4—19Vicenza....... 18 12 6 8—44Scoring — American School of Milan: Laura Zenti 12; Vicenza: Tatiana Miranda 24, Ann-Marie Francis 8, Tracie Robinson 8. Noteworthy — According to Vicenza coach Michael James, Francis, a junior, posted a game-high 17 rebounds and 10 blocks. Robinson pulled off 7 steals.

Vicenza 34, Milan 15Saturday at VicenzaAmerican Sch. of Milan ....... 4 2 6 3—15Vicenza....... 8 12 4 10—34Scoring — American School of Milan: Zenti 7; Vicenza: Miranda 19. Records — Vicenza is 2-0 overall and in region and next plays at international School of Florence on Friday and Saturday. Milan is 0-2, 0-2 and is to play at Aviano this week.

AOSR 35, Naples 32Friday at RomeNaples....... 7 14 6 5—32Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 4 11 6 14—35Scoring — Naples: Toloria Grey 8, Kiera Mimms 8, Sydnye Harris 6, Laneisha Jeans 6, Shanice Alexander 4; American Overseas School of Rome: Bianca Oetiker 8, Rachel May 8, Ceara Lafferty 8, Gioria Argomenti 7, Savannah Cuthbertson 4. Noteworthy — Emailed AOSR assistant John Lafferty: “A young Naples squad came out very strong, playing aggressively at both ends of the court. Down 29-21 early in the 4th quarter, AOSR turned up the defensive pressure to outscore Naples 14-3 the rest of the way to pull out the victory. Cuthbertson turned in a strong defensive performance for AOSR, holding outstanding Naples guard Jeans to just one point during the second half.”

Naples 47, AOSR 22Saturday at RomeNaples....... 5 18 12 12—47Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 5 9 7 1—22Scoring — Naples: Jeans 19, Mimms 11, Alexander 7, Harris 6, Kelsey Ortwin 2, Martiena Bieder 1, Zhara Espree-Bell 1; American Overseas School of Rome: Lafferty 9, May 5, Argomenti 5, Cuthbertson 3. Noteworthy — Summarized Lafferty: “After losing point guard … Oetiker to injury in the first minute of the game, AOSR struggled to keep pace… After AOSR scored the first 7 points in the second half to pull within 23-21, Naples stepped up the full-court pressure to outscore AOSR 24-1” the rest of the way. Jeans scored 13 of her game-high 19 points during the second half. Records — Both teams are 1-1 overall and in Region IV.

WrestlingAnkara 30, Incirlik 30Saturday at AnkaraForfeits not listed but included in team scoring.160 pounds — Adam Al-Jamal (Ank) def. Jamal Clayton, score unavailable182 — Joe Anastasia def. Shain Perkins, score unavailableNoteworthy — Teams are scheduled to clash again this Saturday at Incirlik, according to Ankara coach Doug DeBacker.

AFNORTH 121, Bitburg 115.5, Baumholder 100, Brussels 62Saturday at Bitburg106 pounds — None113 — 1, Andrew Hooks (Baum); 2, Kyle Shaver (Bitb); 3, Ben West (Baum); 4, None120 — 1, Brendan Gauthier (Baum); 2, Bryan Real (Baum); 3, Saverio Young (AFN); 4, Mitchell Shaver (Bitb)126 — None132 — 1, Dane Robbins (Bitb); 2, Jonathon Jones (Baum); 3, Will Cole (Brus); 4, Marcel Hardy (Bitb)138 — Damian Sotelo (Bitb); 2, Nick Friese (AFN); 3, Brett Downey (Bitb); 4, Deven Smith (Baum)145 — 1, Larry Jackson (Bitb); 2, Steven Carlson (Bitb); 3, Sam Racioppo (Brus); 4, Justin Vozzo (Brus)152 — 1, Vincent Alonso (Brus); 2, Valentine Dimitrov (Brus); 3, None; 4, None160 — 1, Aldon Pagio (AFN); 2, Dakota Deverill (Brus); 3, Aidan McAloon (Brus); 4, August Witte (AFN)170 — 1, Cullen Ennis (AFN); 2, Ryan Whitcomb (Baum); 3, Matthew Kinnear (AFN); 4, None182 — 1, Bryson Randall (Bitb); 2, Victor Black (AFN); 3, Nobleman Soule (Baum); 4, Brady Sampson (AFN)195 — None220 — 1, Austin Schmidt (Bitb); 2, Luke Narug (AFN); 3, Andrew Wells (Brus); 4, Robert West (Baum)285 — 1, Tony Legare (AFN); 2, Nik Scheffler (Bam); 3, None; 4, None

Naples 110, Vicenza 88, Aviano 67, Sigonella 21, American Overseas School of Rome 11Saturday at Aviano106 pounds — 1, Elijah Gonzalez (Napl); 2, A.J. Munoz (Vicz); 3, Luke Freeman (AOSR); 4, None113 — None120 — 1, Tyler Cepeda (Vicz); 2, Luca Melendez (Napl); 3, None; 4, None126 — 1, Patricio Hernandez (Napl); 2, Conner Smith (Vicz); 3, Asiah Tibuni (Avi); 4, Lorenzo Mencacci (AOSR)132 — 1, Biley Parker (Avi); 2, Marco Lindeblad (Napl); 3, Devon Gregg (Avi); 4, None138 — Nik Weiser (Avi); 2, Mikhail Schroeder (Vicz); 3 Chase Berryhill (Sig); 4, Debon Moon (Avi)145 — 1, Tyler Williams (Napl); 2, C.J. Calabrese (Vicz); 3, Kyle Willis (Avi); 4, Jake Ellis (Avi)152 — 1, Bryan Pfirrmann (Napl); 2, Ramsey Schroeder (Vicz); 3, Christian Tanaquin (Napl); 4, Marshall Perfetti (Vicz)160 — 1, Aaron Hogg (Vicz); 2, Brad Bonnema (Napl); 3, Jeremy Huller (Vicz); 4, David Butler (Avi)170 — 1, Zach Cheek (Napl); 2, Will Pagan (Vicz); 3, Alexander Ramos (Avi); 4, None182 — None195 — 1, Tai McGee (Sig); 2, Josh Hensey (Nap); 3, None; 4, None220 — None285 — 1, Christian Ashton Welch (Avi); 2, Tyler Rucker (Avi); 3, None; 4, NoneNoteworthy — Aviano’s Weiser, the reigning European 130-pound champion who went 31-0 last season, extended his unbeaten streak in winning at 138, according to his coach Robin Clement.

Lakenheath 141, SHAPE 88.5, Kaiserslautern 71, Alconbury 41, Menwith Hill 23Saturday at Lakenheath106 — 1, Gavin McLaren (SHP); 2, Alexander Nguyen (SHP); 3, Dante Taylor (Lake); 4, None113 — 1, Daryl Page (SHP); 2, Joe Poston (MH); 3, None; 4, None120 — 1, Brodie Cutshall (Kais); 2, Dallin Cazier (Alc); 3, Joshua Crabtree (SHP); 4, Jonathan Kalinauskas (Lake)126 — 1, Steven Conkright (SHP); 2, Ernest Evans (Lake); 3, Marlon Fouse (Lake); 4, Seth Jans (MH)130 — 1, Matthew Lengyel (SHP); 2, Kyle Leanhart (Lake); 3, Jeff Lawson (Kais); 4, Matt Geronimo (Alc)138 — 1, Austin Morrow (Lake); 2, Anthony Caceras (Kais); 3, John Lawson (Kais); 4, Michael Lawson (Kais)145 — 1, Adam Carroll (Lake); 2, T.J. Daly (Kais); 3, Alec Abing (MH); 4, Erik Langholz (Kais)152 — 1, Devin Parrish (Lake); 2, Arvin Hruska (Kais); 3, Khadif Williams (Kais); 4, Jorge Irizarry (Kais)160 — 1, Zach Harris (Lake); 2, (tie) Zach Abbas (Lake), Dustin Varia (Alc), Michael Malmquist (SHP)170 — 1, Nathan Rogacki (Lake); 2, Benjamin Higgs (Kais); 3, None; 4, None182 — 1, Xavier Merrill (Alc); 2, None; 3, None; 4, None195 — None220 — None285 — None

MarksmanshipVilseck 1,365; Hohenfels 1,334; Ansbach 1,279; Vicenza 1,019; Bamberg 952Saturday at HohenfelsTop individual - Malia Carson (Vils) 282Top prone - Carson 97Top standing - Kathleen Waldron (Hoh) 92Top kneeling - Carson 95

Patch 1,350, Baumholder 1,212, Heidelberg 1,112, Alconbury 924Saturday at Patch1. Jennifer Johnson (Patch) 274; 1. Madeline Hershberger (Patch) 274; 3. Magdalena Ehmann (Patch) 271; 4. Veronica Remsik (Patch) 266; 5. Brenna Cashman (Patch)265; 6. Kris Martinez (Baum) 261; 7. Josh Derner (Patch) 260; 7. Andrew Luong (Alconbury) 260; 9. Stuart Brann (Alconbury) 259; 10. Elvia Salazar (Baum) 238.Prone - Johnson 97Standing - Hershberger 89Kneeling - Johnson 93

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