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BasketballBoys Region IAFNORTH 63, Menwith Hill 23Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsMenwith Hill ....... 7 10 2 4—23AFNORTH....... 19 13 20 11—63Scoring — Menwith Hill: Backlar 11; AFNORTH: Karaca 13, Schmidt 13, Westin McKinney 8, Jamil Pollock 8, Broc Holman 6, Yabici 6. Noteworthy — According to Goolsby, McKinney and Schmidt each grabbed 6 rebounds in about 16 minutes of playing time for each to help the Lions, who next are to play Friday and Saturday at Bitburg, improve to 6-1 overall and 4-0 against Region I teams. Menwith Hill, next ticketed for Region I small-schools games at Alconbury against Rota and Brussels on Jan. 27-28, fell to 1-7 overall, 1-3 against members of Region I. JV — None

Brussels 42, Alconbury 39Friday at BrusselsAlconbury....... 13 15 5 6—39Brussels....... 15 5 10 12—42Scoring - Alconbury: Chris Lanphear 12, Joey Hooten 11, Kevin Beasley 10, Kahlil Williams 4, Zach Nelson 2; Brussels: Braden Brower 28, Danny Helbling 4, Jamie Hunt 4, Peter Vlahovic 4, Zach Jackson 2. Noteworthy — According to Brussels coach Chris Vahrenhorst, Brower and Helbling each pulled down 8 rebounds to lead Brussels; Vlahovic added 7 and Jackson 6. Williams led all rebounders with 14; his teammate Jeff Goluba snared 9. Vahrenhorst also reported 4 assists for Hunt and 3 steals for Helbling. Lanphear, who pulled down 4 rebounds, blocked 10 shots and handed 4 assists, according to Dragons’ coach Jake Jacob. JV — None

Alconbury 40, Brussels 36Saturday at BrusselsAlconbury....... 10 14 6 10—40Brussels....... 12 8 8 8—36Scoring — Alconbury: Lanphear 18, Beasley 9, Williams 7, Hooten 3, Nelson 3; Brussels: Brower 17, Helbling 12, Hunt 6, Vlahovic 1. Noteworthy — Both teams are next scheduled for regional small schools event Jan. 27-28 at Alconbury, where Menwith Hill and Rota also are to be in town. Alconbury improved to 1-4 overall and 1-0 in region behind 8 rebounds each from Lanphear and Williams, 8 assists from Williams and 6 from Hooten, 9 steals from Beasley and 8 blocks by Lanphear, according to Jacob. Brussels (2-4 overall, 1-2 in regional small-schools play) benefited from 8 blocks, 8 rebounds and 7 steals by Brower; 7 rebounds and 3 steals by Jackson, 9 steals by Beasley, 7 rebounds and 3 steals by Jackson; 6 rebounds and 3 steals by Vlahovic; 4 assists and 4 steals by Hunt, and 5 rebounds by Helbling, according to Vahrenhorst. JV — None

Region IIBFA 55, Baumholder 46Friday at Kandern, GermanyBaumholder....... 7 15 12 12—46Black Forest Academy ....... 16 19 10 10—55Scoring — Baumholder: Tahrell Harris 18, Breon Herbert 12, Dimio Harris 6; Black Forest Academy: Anthony Purpero 19, Josiah Kelly 14, Joseph Leavitt 7. Noteworthy — According to BFA coach Art Melli, T. Harris and Kelly, who handed out 8 assists, each posted double-doubles. Harris grabbed 16 rebounds and Kelly 11. Leavitt stole the ball 3 times. JV — Baumholder 35, BFA 18

Baumholder 49, BFA 27Saturday at Kandern, GermanyBaumholder ....... 8 14 9 18—49Black Forest Academy ....... 1 9 9 8—27Scoring — Baumholder: T, Harris 18, William Wilson 13, Herbert 7; Black Forest Academy: Leavitt 9, Purpero 7, Kelly 4. Noteworthy — T. Harris, with game-high 14 rebounds, again posted double-double. Wilson, who grabbed 8 rebounds, was 60 percent from the floor, according to Melli, to help Baumholder improve to 4-4 overall and 1-3 in region. BFA (2-2, 2-2) got 8 rebounds from Nate Greathouse, 5 rebounds from Kelly and 3 steals from Purpero. JV — Baumholder 18, BFA 16

Wiesbaden 68, Bitburg 47Friday at WiesbadenBitburg....... 11 18 10 8—47Wiesbaden....... 16 17 19 16—68Scoring — Bitburg: C.J. Evans 12, Christian Eidenschink 10; Wiesbaden: Kelsey Thomas 29, Roscoe Johnson 18. Noteworthy — According to Bitburg AD Chris Howard, Eidenschink and Daren Aiken each grabbed 6 rebounds to lead Bitburg in that department; Evans handed out 4 assists. Thomas grabbed 6 rebounds, chalked up 5 assists and blocked 2 shots. JV — Wiesbaden 42, Bitburg 21

Wiesbaden 59, Bitburg 42Saturday at BitburgWiesbaden....... 20 15 14 10—59Bitburg....... 10 11 11 10—42Scoring — Wiesbaden: Thomas 16, Johnson 14, Andrew Murray 10; Bitburg: Aiken 12, Eidenschink 11, Rashaun Wimberly 8. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden (4-2 overall, 3-1 in region) benefited from 8 rebouns by Murray. Bitburg (1-5, 0-4) got 10 rebounds from Wimberly, 5 assists from Dante Shanks and 6 rebounds from Aiken. JV — Wiesbaden 38, Bitburg 11

Region IIIPatch 42, Schweinfurt 32Friday at SchweinfurtPatch....... 15 12 4 11—42Schweinfurt ....... 5 11 5 11—32Scoring — Patch: Dylan Measells 24, Christopher German 9; Schweinfurt: Brandon Wright 7. Noteworthy — According to Schweinfurt coach Jesse Woods, German and Schweinfurt’s Josh Richardson tied for game-rebounding honors with 11 each. Measells grabbed 7 rebounds and Wright 5. JV — Unavailable

Patch 48, Schweinfurt 31Saturday at SchweinfurtPatch ....... 9 18 13 8—48Schweinfurt....... 9 8 6 8—31Scoring — Patch: Measells 14, German 11; Schweinfurt: Wright 11, Jordan Simpkins 9. Noteworthy — Patch improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in region behind 11 rebounds from German and 7 from Measells. Panthers are scheduled to host regional foe Ansbach on Friday and Saturday. Schweinfurt, in its first season, fell to 1-4 overall and in Region III despite 7 rebounds by Simpkins and 5 assists from Wright. Razorbacks are next scheduled to host another D-I school, Vilseck, in regional games Friday and Saturday. JV — Unavailable.

Vilseck 68, Ansbach 51Friday at AnsbachVilseck....... 12 27 12 17—68Ansbach ....... 6 20 13 12—51Scoring — Vilseck: Trey Adkin s 13, Calvin Hickman 9, Luis Guzman 8, Shawn Peebles 8, Derrick Woulard 8; Ansbach: Derrick Flake 25. Noteworthy — Guzman grabbed team-high 10 rebounds, according to Vilseck coach Joihn Sabala. Falcons, led by 5 each from Adkins and Tyler Lewis, pulled off 15 steals. Lewis also posted 8 assists. JV — Ansbach 51, Vilseck 42

Vilseck 55, Ansbach 38Saturday at VilseckAnsbach ....... 8 8 12 10—38Vilseck ....... 17 23 10 5—5Scoring — Ansbach: Flake 13, Justin Barron 7, Mikael Vicente 6; Vilseck: Hickman 15, Daniel Arroyo 11, Woulard 10, Adkins 9. Noteworthy - Falcons pulled off 17 team steals, according to Sabala, 5 of them by Arroyo, en route to 4-0 overall and Region III record. Adkins added 6 assists, and Peebles and Hickman led the rebounding with 8 and 6, respectively. Ansbach is 2-2 overall and in region. JV — Ansbach 42, Vilseck 31

Region IVNaples 64, Milan 14Friday at NaplesAmerican School of Milan ....... 0 8 5 1—14Naples ....... 30 9 20 5—64Scoring — American School of Milan: Unavailable; Naples: Malik Jordan 10, Howard Pulley 9, Nigel Alexander 8, Isaiah Wesby 8, Chris Mack 6, Khelin Hudson 5, D.J. Stockman 5, Joseph Pitts 4, Kyle Schweitzer 4, Jun Jun Gallardo 3, Willy Walden-Bryan 2. JV — None

Naples 57, Milan 14Saturday at NaplesAmerican School of Milan ....... 2 2 6 4—14Naples....... 24 18 6 9—57Scoring — American School of Milan: Unavailable; Naples: Alexander 12, Hudson 9, Wesby 8, Pulley 6, Schweitzer 6, Stockman 5, Eddy Allen 4, Gallardo 4, Mack 3. Noteworthy — Sweep boosted Naples’ record to 5-1 overall and in league going into Friday-Saturday games at Vicenza. Milan fell to 0-6, 0-6 and is to host Marymount International School of Rome this weekend. JV — None

Aviano 44, AOSR 42Friday at American Overseas School of RomeAviano....... 21 3 10 10—44AOSR ....... 11 9 9 13—42Scoring — Aviano: Cory Webb 14, Zach Erskine 9; American Overseas School of Rome: Lorenzo Mannozzi 24, Alessandro Toti 12. Noteworthy — Santiago Martinez led AOSR with 7 rebounds; Mannozzi pulled down 5 and made 4 steals. JV — None

AOSR 58, Aviano 48Saturday at American Overseas School of RomeAviano ....... 18 10 10 10—48AOSR....... 17 15 12 14—58Scoring — Aviano: Webb 18, Erskine 13; American Overseas School of Rome: Mannozzi 29, Justin Toumadana 15. Noteworthy — Split left AOSR, which is to host International School of Florence on Friday and Saturday at 4-2 overall and in region. Martinez grabbed 9 rebounds and Mannozzi 7 to lead Flacons in that department. Aviano, which is to host Sigonella on Friday and Saturday, is 5-1, 5-1. JV — None

Girls Region ILakenheath 27, ISB 21Friday at Brussels; score by quarters unavailableScoring — Lakenheath: Kristin Reed 12, Jourdan Hodge 11; International School of Brussels: Alui Galetti 8; Clarissa Pryce 4. Noteworthy — According to ISB coach Will Vreugdenhil, Hodge grabbed 6 rebounds. For ISB, Pryce made 3 steals, and Galetti blocked 2 shots and pulled off a steal. JV — Unavailable

Lakenheath 26, ISB 19Saturday at Brussels; score by quarters unavailableScoring — Lakenheath: Hodge 13, Reed 6; International School of Brussels: Lisa Skeppner 6, Danielle White 4. Noteworthy — Vreugdenhil reported 22 rebounds for Hodge and 5 for Tracy McCall that helped Lakenheath improve to 2-4 overall and 2-2 in region. Lady Lancers next are scheduled for two non-regional games this Saturday against visiting American Community School-Cobham. ISB (1-4 overall and in region) got 11 rebounds from Vanessa Sepul-Azcarrage and 2 steals from White, is scheduled to face unbeaten SHAPE at home on Friday and at SHAPE on Saturday. JV — Unavailable

AFNORTH 33, Menwith Hill 27Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsMenwith Hill ....... 9 5 4 9—27AFNORTH....... 7 6 9 11—33Scoring — Menwith Hill: Brittany Dixon 12, Pierce 11; AFNORTH: Doll 13, Sawyer 6. Noteworthy — Pierce led all rebounders with 14. She also blocked 7 shots, but Lady Mustangs still fell to 1-7 overall. Menwith Hill is idle until it takes on Rota and Brussels Jan. 27-28 at Alconbury. AFNORTH (6-1 overall) got 9 rebounds each from Sawyer and Taylor Bonenclark and is next scheduled for non-regional games Friday and Saturday at Bitburg. JV — None

Brussels 37, Alconbury 14Friday at BrusselsAlconbury ....... 5 7 2 0—14Brussels ....... 8 11 8 10—37Scoring — Alconbury: (First names unavailable) Alex Sherenco 6, Natassia Peters 4, Ashley Goluba 2, Kayla Gray 2; Brussels: Alexandra McVicker 8, Ali DeFazio 7, Ana-Maria Vasileva 6, Aleeza Vitale 4, Anja Shelton 4, Dominique Poitier 4, Sindi Shahu 4. Noteworthy — According to Brussels coach Dexter Bohn, DeFazio posted 7 steals, Vitale and Sindi Shahu each grabbed 5 rebounds, and McVicker registered 4 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists. JV — None

Brussels 37, Alconbury 8Saturday at BrusselsAlconbury....... 3 2 2 1—8Brussels....... 7 10 13 7—37Scoring — Alconbury: Sherenco 3, Rachel Malcolm 2, Peters 2, Goluba 1; Brussels: Poitier 9, McVicker 8, Anja Shelton 8, DeFazio 6, Shahu 3, Vitale 2, Vasileva 1. Noteworthy — Brussels (5-1 overall and against teams from Region I) got 10 rebounds from Vasileva and 5 from Shelton, 4 steals and 4 assists from McVicker and 3 assists from DeFazio, Bohn reported. Lady Brigands next are scheduled for the Region I small-schools round-robin Jan. 27-28 at Alconbury against Rota, Alconbury and Menwith Hill. Menwith Hill, which also next is ticketed for the Alconbury event, is 0-5 overall, 0-2 in Region I. JV — None

Region IIBaumholder 26, BFA 16Friday in Kandern, GermanyBaumholder....... 6 9 6 5—26Black Forest Academy ....... 4 2 4 6—16Scoring — Baumholder: Dionna Marcus 20, Kyana Milo 4; Black Forest Academy: Hannah Kuehn 6, Amy Dominguez 4. Noteworthy — BFA coach Dan Tebbe reported 8 rebounds each for Kuehn and Hannah Harrop. JV — Patch 23, BFA 6

BFA 26, Baumholder 20Saturday at Kandern, GermanyBaumolder ....... 2 4 8 6—20Black Forest Academy ....... 6 4 3 13—26Scoring — Marcus 16; Black Forest Academy: Dominguez 11, Kuehn 5. Noteworthy — BFA improved to 1-3 overall and in region behind 7 rebounds by Kuehn and 6 rebounds from Harrop. Baumholder is 1-7 overall, 1-3 in region. JV — Patch 16, BFA 10

Wiesbaden 28, Bitburg 14Saturday at BitburgWiesbaden....... 4 6 10 8—28Bitburg....... 6 2 0 6—14Scoring — Wiesbaden: Lauren Barry 16, Phylecia Faublas 6; Bitburg: Leila Hall 6, Michelle Morrison 6. JV — Unavailable

Region IIIPatch 67, Schweinfurt 35Saturday at SchweinfurtPatch 18 14 13 22—67Schweinfurt 3 14 11 7—35Scoring — Patch: Loney 23, Baer 9, Hess 8, Beuchl 7, Emma Murray 5; Schweinfurt: Quashie 23. Noteworthy — Loney posted 6 steals, 4 assists and 4 rebounds, according to Kohut, who credited Beuchl with 5 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal and Baer with 4 assists and 3 steals. Qashie had 13 rebounds, 5 blocks and 4 steals, according to coach Kathleen O’Neill. Lady Panthers will take 4-0 overall mark and 2-0 Region III record into Friday and Saturday regional games against visiting Ansbach. Schweinfurt, playing its inaugural season, is 0-5 overall and in region and is to host regional foe Vilseck on Friday and Saturday. JV -- None

Bamberg 41, Hohenfels 31Friday at BambergHohenfels....... 7 10 6 8—31Bamberg....... 6 12 8 15—41Scoring — Hohenfels: Kiana Glenn 14, Tashia Golson 11; Bamberg: Natesha Godbee 13, Tiana Bowen 12. Noteworthy — According to Bamberg coach Ethan Engel, Bamberg’s Vanessa Sanders led all rebounders with 15; Godbee added 13 rebounds and Bowen pulled off 9 steals. Bamberg is 2-4 overall and next is scheduled to host Region III foe Heidelberg on Jan. 27-28. The Lady Barons are 2-3 in Region III. Hohenfels got 9 rebounds from Golson and 5 rebounds from Glenn and will take 2-4, 2-2 mark into its scheduled games against visiting Heidelberg on Friday and Saturday. JV — Bamberg 15 Hohenfels 9

Vilseck 29, Ansbach 27Friday at AnsbachVilseck ....... 5 6 9 9—29Ansbach....... 7 3 12 5—27Scoring — Vilseck: China Sumpter 13, Taylor Hall 8, Mariah Morris 5; Ansbach: Alyssa Solis 8, Katryna Galvez 4, Naomi Traylor 4. Noteworthy — Vilseck coach Jim Hall reported 13 rebounds for Lady Falcon Sharmil Wyatt, and 7 rebounds each for her teammates Hall and Sumpter. Deraj’ McClinton posted 5 steals and 5 assists for Vilseck. Solis led Ansbach with 11 rebounds. JV — Ansbach 28, Vilseck 25

Vilseck 44, Ansbach 35Saturday at VilseckAnsbach....... 9 4 7 15—35Vilseck....... 4 1 27 12—44Scoring — Ansbach: Solis 12, Lauren Finley 6, Galvez 4; Vilseck: Sumpter 16, McClinton 15, Hall 6. Noteworthy — Vilseck, which benefited from 10 rebounds by Wyatt, 8 by Morris and 7 by Sumpter, is 3-1 overall and in Region III. Lady Falcons got 5 steals each from Sumpter and Hall and 4 from Tahtiana Williams. Jahkya Smith led Ansbach (2-2, 2-2) with 6 rebounds. JV — Vilseck 24, Ansbach 4

Region IVNaples 43, Milan 11Friday at Naples; score by quarters unavailableScoring — American School of Milan: Unavailable; Naples: Laniesha Jeans 18. Noteworthy — According to Naples coach Jack Marlow, Jeans, a freshman, supplemented her scoring with 6 assists. JV — None

Naples 60, Milan 5Friday at Naples; score by quarters unavailableScoring — American School of Milan: Unavailable; Naples: Jeans 22, Katie Waller 12. Noteworthy — Naples, which got 8 assists from Jeans and 5 steals from Waller, will take a 5-1 overall and regional record into Friday and Saturday road games against defending European Division II champion Vicenza. Milan is 0-6, 0-6 and is to host winless Marymount International School of Rome on Friday and Saturday. JV — None

AOSR 42, Aviano 40Friday at American Overseas School of RomeAviano ....... 8 5 12 15—40AOSR....... 10 12 14 6—42Scoring — Aviano: Kyerha Smith 20, Katyln Atchley 11, Danielle Lippert 4, Chaule Miller 3, Regine Birks 2; American Overseas School of Rome: Bianca Oetiker 18, Savannah Cuthbertson 10, Rachel May 8, Ceara Lafferty 6. Noteworthy — According to AOSR assistant coach John Lafferty, Aviano, which trailed by 11 points after 3 periods, tied the game at 40 in the final moments behind late field goals by Smith (3) and Atchley (2) before May hit 2-of-4 free throws to ice the victory. Ceara Lafferty grabbed 11 rebounds for AOSR. JV — None.

AOSR 53, Aviano 43Saturday at American Overseas School of RomeAviano....... 10 9 9 15—43AOSR....... 16 7 15 15—53Scoring — Aviano: Jasmine Soler 20, Smith 12, Atchley 7, Gabriella Guerrero 4; American Overseas School of Rome: Lafferty 20, Oetiker 14, May 9, Giorgia Argomenti 5, Cuthbertson 4, Alison Cook 1. Noteworthy — Lafftery grabbed 15 rebounds to help AOSR even its overall and regional records at 3-3. AOSR next plays Jan. 27-28 at Vicenza. Aviano (2-2, 2-2) next is scheduled to host Sigonella on Friday and Saturday. JV — None

MarksmanshipEastern ConferenceHohenfels 1,363; Ansbach 1,344; Vilseck 1,332; Bamberg 1,208; Vicenza 1,132Saturday at AnsbachOverall (300 possible points) — Keyera Howard (Hoh) 278Prone (100 possible points) — Laura Pleake (Ansb) 98Standing (100 possible points) — (tie) Steven Pedroza (Vils) and Howard, 93. Pedroza won tiebreaker with 3 bulls-eyes to Howard’s 2.Kneeling (100 possible points) — LaTrisha Jones (Ansb) 97.

Western ConferencePatch 1,376; Baumholder 1,322; Heidelberg 1,206; Alconbury 1,137Saturday at HeidelbergOverall (300 possible points) — 1, Madeline Hershberger (Pat) 283; 2, Jenifer Johnson (Pat) 276; 3, Maggie Ehmann (Pat) 274 Prone (100 possible points) — Hershberger, 100Standing (100 possible points) — Rachel Holiday (Baum) 92Kneeling (100 possible points) — Ehmann, 95

WrestlingNaples 124, Vicenza 84, Aviano 69, Rota 52, Sigonella 18, American Overseas School of Rome 8Saturday at Vicenza106 pounds — 1, Daniel Vossler (Sig); 2, Elijah Gonzalez (Napl); 3, Nick Klink (Avi); 4, Peter McCollaum (Vicz)113 — None120 — 1, Kris Rios (Rota); 2, Asah Tibuni (Avi); 3, Tyler Cepeda (Vicz); 4, Luca Melendez (Napl)126 — 1, Patricio Hernandez (Napl); 2, Mitch Crowell (Rota); 3, Jaiden Raymond (Avi); 4, Lorenzo Mencacci (AOSR)132 — 1, Keaton Regenor (Rota); 2, Conner Smith (Vicz); 3, Andrew Sizemore (Napl); 4, Levi Freeman (AOSR)138 — 1, Andrew Stiles (Vicz); 2, Marco Lindblad (Napl); 3, Anthony Mathus (Avi); 4, Josh Pardew (Vicz)145 — 1, Tyler Williams (Napl); 2, C.J. Calabrese (Vicz); 3, Kyle Willis (Avi); 4, Chase Berryhill (Sig)152 — 1, Ricky Sizemore (Napl); 2, Alexander Ramos (Avi); 3, Jeremy Huller (Vicz); 4, Ramsey Schroeder (Vicz)160 — 1, Aaron Hogg (Vicz); 2, Tim Makee (Napl); 3, None; 4, None170 — 1, Will Pagan (Vicz); 2, Zach Cheek (Napl); 3, Cedric Estanislao (Sig); 4, None182 — 1, David Arrequin (Napl); 2, Josh Hensy (Napl); 3, None; 4, None195 — 1, Makua Camarao (Napl); 2, Noah Woitan (Avi); 3, None; 4, None220 — 1, Anthony Davis (Rota); 2, Jonathon Corrier (Avi); 3, J.P. Morillo (Napl); 4, Malcolm Dorsey (Vicz)285 — 1, Chris Ashton-Welch (Avi); 2, Jordan Thurstown (Napl); 3, None; 4, NoneNoteworthy — According to Vicenza coach Adam Ridgley, Regenor, Rios and Davis of Rota; Williams and R. Sizemore of Naples; Stiles, Pagan and Hogg of Vicenza and Ashton-Welch of Aviano all were undefeated on Saturday.

Bitburg 81, Lakenheath 71.5, AFNORTH 39, Alconbury 11, Menwith Hill 4Saturday at Alconbury106 pounds — 1, Kyle Shaver (Bitb); 2, Jeremy Carlson (Bitb); 3, BreeAnna Jennings (Bitb); 4, Dante Taylor (Lake)113 — 1, Keith Manibusan (Lake); 2, None; 3, None; 4, None120 — 1, Dallin Cazier (Alc); 2, Kyle Hermsen (MH); 3, Joe Poston (MH); 4, Jesse Marcuson (Lake)126 — 1, Dane Robbins (Bitb); 2, Sevario Young (AFN); 3, Matt Eckles (Lake); 4, Marlon Fouse (Lake)132 — 1, Damien Sotelo (Bitb); 2, Kyle Leanhart (Lake); 3, Marcel Hardy (Bitb); 4, Tyler Sarquist (Lake)138 — 1, Austin Morrow (Lake); 2, Nick Friese (AFN); 3, Stephen Carlson (Bitb); 4, Brett Downey (Bitb)145 — 1, Adam Carroll (Lake); 2, Alex Aibling (MH); 3, Larry Jackson (Bitb); 4, None152 — 1, Devon Parrish (Lake); 2, Zach Harris (Lake); 3, Evan Less (Bitb); 4, Kaylan Joseph (AFN)160 — 1, L.J. Downey (Bitb); 2, Nathan Rogacki (Lake); 3, Aldon Pagio (AFN); 4, Chris Milam (MH)170 — 1, Ryan Patten (AFN); 2, Collen Ennis (AFN); 3, Dustin Varia (Alc); 4, None182 — 1, Bryson Randall (Bitb); 2, Victor Black (AFN); 3, Xavier Merrill (Alc); 4, Brandon Stamford (Lake)195 — None220 — 1, Austin Schmidt (Bitb); 2, Luke Narug (AFN); 3, None; 4, None285 — 1, Tony Legare (AFN); 2, Colton Englemeier (Bitb); 3, Devon Woodhouse (AFN); 4, None

Patch 269, Ramstein 211.5, Kaiserslautern 69, Baumholder 56.5, SHAPE 40.5, Brussels 25, Black Forest Academy 16Saturday at Ramstein106 pounds - 1, Steven Cavanaugh (Ram); 2, Matt Fischer (Kais); 3, Blake Brittain (Baum)113 - 1, Ross Wilson (Pat); 2, Ryan Goins (Ram); 3, Andrew Hooks (Baum)120 - 1, Brodie Cutshall (Kais); 2, Kai Novelli (Ram); 3, John Kellett-Forsyth (Pat)126 - 1, Jacob Andrus (Pat); 2, Adam Franz (Ram); 3, Karl Kristensen (SHAPE)132 - 1, Jaden Fields (Pat); 2, Johnathan Charpenter (Pat); 3, TJ Moore (Ram)138 - 1, Matt Lengyel (SHAPE); 2, Bryan Caldwell (Ram); 3, DeSean Horton (Pat)145 - 1, Thomas Trevino (Pat); 2, Brandon Furtado (Ram); 3, Andi Abel (Ram)152 - 1, Mekyle Fernandes (Pat); 2, Paul Michitsch (Kais); 3, Eric Carter (Ram)160 - 1, Jaden Wilstead (Pat); 2, Nick Bradley (Ram); 3, Dylan Sharpy (Ram)170- 1, Calen Fields (Pat); 2, JC Rapp (Pat); 3, Brennan Elliot (Ram)182- 1, Robert Mannier (Pat); 2, Charles Martinez (Ram); 3, Andrew Brabazon (Pat)195- 1, Albert Suarez (Pat); 2, Joe Logen (Pat); 3, Mike Flores (Ram)220- 1, Anthony Zaferis (Ram); 2, Andrew Mineni (Pat); 3, Andy Wells Brussels285- 1, Trevor Mickles (Pat); 2, Chris Savchenko (Ram); 3, Christian Elliot (Ram)

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SwimmingEuropean Forces Swim LeagueSaturday at Mons, BelgiumSHAPE 1,106; NATO 437; Lakenheath 429; Geilenkirchen 418; Vicenza 300; Brussels 255, Aviano 26Triple individual winnersBenjamin Balla, Mackenzie Burgoyne, Gregor Heim, David Koch, Heidi Northshield, Caroline Ross and Henriette Steinbakken (SHAPE); Olav Van den Brink, Andrew Sterns (NATO); Killian Korth (Lake).Noteworthy — SHAPE’s Balla broke team record in the 9-10 boys’ 200-meter freestyle with a clocking of 2:50.58. The time bettered the former age-group mark, 2:53.75, set last Nov. 19 by Heim.


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