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Menwith Hill's Alex Abing, top, puts the squeeze on Kaiserslautern's Erik Langholz in their 145-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Abing won the match with a fall at 5:03.

Menwith Hill's Alex Abing, top, puts the squeeze on Kaiserslautern's Erik Langholz in their 145-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Abing won the match with a fall at 5:03. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Menwith Hill's Alex Abing, top, puts the squeeze on Kaiserslautern's Erik Langholz in their 145-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Abing won the match with a fall at 5:03.

Menwith Hill's Alex Abing, top, puts the squeeze on Kaiserslautern's Erik Langholz in their 145-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Abing won the match with a fall at 5:03. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Ansbach's Raheem Beatty puts the pressure on Bitburg's Colton Engelmeier in a 285-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Beatty won the match with a fall at 2:54.

Ansbach's Raheem Beatty puts the pressure on Bitburg's Colton Engelmeier in a 285-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Beatty won the match with a fall at 2:54. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Menwith Hill's Chris Milam, rear, has a grip on Bitburg's Ian Keller during their 152-pound match in Kaiserslautern  on Saturday. Milam won with a 10-6 decision.

Menwith Hill's Chris Milam, rear, has a grip on Bitburg's Ian Keller during their 152-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Milam won with a 10-6 decision. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Kaiserslautern's Akir Fowlkes, top, gets the best of Ansbach's Joshua Pleake in a 170-pound match in Kaiserslautern, won by Fowlkes.

Kaiserslautern's Akir Fowlkes, top, gets the best of Ansbach's Joshua Pleake in a 170-pound match in Kaiserslautern, won by Fowlkes. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Alconbury's Nick Dufresne, top, seems to have an advantage on Bitburg's John Blake in their 160-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday, but Blake turned the table and won with a 12-7 decision.

Alconbury's Nick Dufresne, top, seems to have an advantage on Bitburg's John Blake in their 160-pound match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday, but Blake turned the table and won with a 12-7 decision. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

High school

BasketballBoysNon-regionalAFNORTH 50, Bitburg 45Friday at BitburgAFNORTH ....... 16 10 13 11—50Bitburg ....... 5 15 13 12—45Scoring — AFNORTH: Nuri Karaca 18, J.D. Pollock 12; Bitburg: Darren Aiken 12, Corey Evans 12, Rashaun Wimberly 10. Noteworthy — Wimberly grabbed team-high 10 rebounds, according to Bitburg coach Chris Howard. JV — AFNORTH 28, Bitburg 19

AFNORTH 70, Bitburg 55Saturday at BitburgAFNORTH ....... 17 24 14 15—70Bitburg ....... 12 15 11 17—55Scoring — AFNORTH: Oguzhan Yabici 21, Jake Schmidt 20, Westin McKinney 12; Bitburg: Christian Eidenschink 14, Evans 13, Jeremy Hopper 9. Noteworthy — McKinney topped all rebounders with 10; Schmidt came up with 9 rebounds. Eidenschink led Bitburg with 5 rebounds. Records — AFNORTH is 8-1, Bitburg 1-7. JV — Bitburg 27, AFNORTH 22

Region IISB 56, SHAPE 36Friday at BrusselsSHAPE ....... 8 10 8 10—36Internat’l. Sch. of Brussels ....... 15 18 19 4—56Scoring — SHAPE: Conner Manning 8, Alizi Douglas 8; International School of Brussels: Tim Overeem 27, Mark Jacobs 12, Marshall Kantos 11. Noteworthy — SHAPE coach Tim England reported a game-high 8 rebounds for Overeem, who also rang up 5 steals, 3 assists and a block. Jacobs added 7 rebounds, 3 assists and a block for ISB, which got 6 rebounds from Kantos. Douglas led SHAPE with 7 rebounds. JV — ISB 30, SHAPE 20

ISB 57, SHAPE 42Saturday at Mons, BelgiumInternat’l. Sch. of Brussels ....... 16 12 13 16—57SHAPE ....... 2 18 14 8—42Scoring — International School of Brussels: Vinny Culotta 19, Kantos 14, Jacobs 10; SHAPE: Manning 22, Douglas 7, Isaiah Sterling 7. Noteworthy — England reported 11 rebounds by Kantos, 8 rebounds and 3 steals by Overeem, 5 assists and 2 blocks by Culotta, and 8 rebounds from ISB’s Tommy White. Ryan Howard with 10 and White with 7 topped SHAPE’s rebounding chart, according to England, Records — ISB (4-3 overall) improved to 3-3 in regional big-schools’ play; SHAPE fell to 1-7 overall, 0-4 in the big-schools’ race. JV — ISB 19, SHAPE 16

Region IIKaiserslautern 50, Wiesbaden 45Friday at WiesbadenKaiserslautern ....... 16 16 7 11—50Wiesbaden ....... 15 5 16 9—45Scoring — Kaiserslautern: Jaymes Bradley 17, Derryk Scarvers 12, Andrew Stern 6; Wiesbaden: Kelsey Thomas 16, Gary Miskovsky 14. Noteworthy — According to Wiesbaden coach Carl Johnson, Kaiserslautern got a game-high 14 rebounds from Bradley, 11 rebounds from Marquis Grant and 7 rebounds from Tysean Hendrix. Andrew Murray led Wiesbaden with 7 rebounds; Roscoe Johnson and Miskovsky each added 6 rebounds. Records — Kaiserslautern is 5-3 overall, 3-2 in region; Wiesbaden fell to 4-4, 3-3. JV — Wiesbaden 44, Kaiserslautern 36

Ramstein 48, BFA 40Friday at Kandern, GermanyRamstein ....... 16 6 8 18—48Black Forest Academy ....... 11 6 5 18—40Scoring — Ramstein: DeVonte’ Allen 14, Will Dorsey 10, Virgil Sneed 6; Black Forest Academy: Josiah Kelly 9, Anthony Purpero 9, Joseph Leavitt 8, Travis Olson 8. Noteworthy — According to BFA coach Art Melli, Kelly grabbed 11 rebounds, and Olson blocked six shots. JV — Ramstein 46, BFA 20

Ramstein 57, BFA 39Saturday at Kandern, GermanyRamstein .......20 14 9 14—57Black Forest Academy ....... 7 8 14 10—39Scoring — Ramstein: Sneed 13, Allen 12, Caleb Guerrido 9; Black Forest Academy: Luke Zvara 10, Purpero 9, Leavitt 7. Noteworthy — Kelly led all rebounders with 10; Leavitt grabbed 5. Christian Gunia led Ramstein with 8 rebounds; Sneed added 7. Records — Ramstein is 4-2 overall, 5-0 in region. BFA fell to 2-4, 2-4. JV — Ramstein 39, BFA 16.

Region IIISchweinfurt 47, Vilseck 38Saturday at SchweinfurtSchweinfurt ....... 12 8 11 16_47Vilseck ....... 6 13 3 16_38Scoring – Schweinfurt: Brandon Wright 11, Tony Price 10, Christian Carrillo 9; Vilseck: Shawn Peebles and Derrick Woulard 8, Calvin Hickman and Luis Guzman 6. Noteworthy – Joshua Richardson and Price each had 7 rebounds for Schweinfurt, John Kinar had 5; Peebles had 9 rebounds for Vilseck, Luis Guzman had 6. Records – Schweinfurt is 2-5 Vilseck is 5-1.Heidelberg 50, Hohenfels 32Friday at HohenfelsHeidelberg ....... 10 20 10 10—50Hohenfels ....... 9 8 10 5—32Scoring — Heidelberg: Maurice Simon 14, Sam Rosario 13, Marcel Simon 7; Hohenfels: Gilbert Pinckney 17, James Ferguson 6, Xavier Davis 5. Noteworthy — According to Hohenfels coach Kathy Clemmons, Pickney led all rebounders with 14. Hohenfels’ Davis, who posted 3 steals, and Heidelberg’s Marcel Simon, who sank 3 treys, were next on the rebounding list with 8 each. Rosario handed out 6 assists for Heidelberg, and Devon Fluker dished 5 times for Hohenfels. JV — None

Heidelberg 63, Hohenfels 43Saturday at HohenfelsHeidelberg ....... 17 18 10 18 – 63Hohenfels ....... 4 14 17 8 – 43Scoring — Heidelberg: Marcel Simon 17, Maurice Simon 16, Wayne Dawkins 14; Hohenfels: Fluker 14, Pinckney 9, Davis 8. Noteworthy — Pickney, who pulled off 4 steals, again led all rebounders with 11. Marcel Simon, who canned 4 treys, topped Heidelberg with 7 rebounds. Maurice Simon added 5 rebounds and Dawkins and Jake Witty of Hohenfels each grabbed 3 rebounds. Records — Heidelberg is 6-0 overall, 4-0 in region. Hohenfels fell to 0-8, 0-6. JV – Hohenfels 37, Heidelberg 31

Patch 56, Ansbach 47Friday at PatchPatch ....... 16 9 14 17_56Ansbach ....... 4 11 17 15_47Scoring - Patch: Stefon McLean-Burell 25, Damien Babington 12, Kris German 9, Dylan Measells 6; Ansbach: Justin Barron 11, Mikael Vicente 9, Derrick Flake 8, Brandon Dunn 7, Xavier Jones 7. Noteworthy - McLean-Burell had 11 rebounds for Patch; Vicente had 9 rebounds and Jamie Buchanon had 5 rebounds for Ansbach.

Patch 61, Ansbach 46Saturday at PatchPatch .......13 22 20 6_61Ansbach ....... 9 16 10 11_46Scoring - Patch: Kris German 15, Damien Babington 18, Stefon McLean-Burrell 12; Ansbach: Derrick Flake 14, Brandon Dunn 7, Jamie Buchanon 8, Mikael Vicente 8. Noteworthy - German had 10 rebounds and McLean-Burrell had 5 rebounds for Patch; Vicente had 10 rebounds and Buchanon had 6 rebounds for Ansbach.

Region IV Aviano 64, Sigonella 36Saturday at AvianoSigonella ....... 11 6 4 15_36Aviano ....... 24 7 24 9_64Scoring - Sigonella: Davonte Stevenson 12, Antonio Garcia 8, Chris McKissick 6, D’Ontrell Harrington 6; Aviano: Zack Erskine 15, Andrew Bert 15, Ricky Warren 11, Myron McRae 11. Noteworthy – Warren and Erskine each had six rebounds for Aviano, while Bert had five rebounds and four steals. Five Saints combined to make seven 3-pointers. McKissick had 12 rebounds for Sigonella. Records – Aviano improved to 7-1 in Region IV and 7-1 overall, Sigonella fell to 2-6 and 2-6.

AOSR 61, Florence 8Friday at RomeInternational School of Florence ....... 2 2 2 2—8American O’seas School of Rome ....... 9 24 15 13—61Scoring — International School of Florence: Federico Franco 4, Nolan Waller 2; American Overseas School of Rome: Santiago Martinez 17, Collin Cook 10, Justin Tiumvana 10. Noteworthy — AOSR’s Stefan Haroo reported 10 rebounds for Collin Morrill, 8 rebounds by Martinez, 7 rebounds by Samson Katsande and 5 assists by Alessandro Toti. JV — None

AOSR 54, Florence 23Saturday at RomeInternational School of Florence ....... 6 7 7 3—23American O’seas School of Rome .......13 16 19 6—54Scoring — International School of Florence: Jackson Reinheim 14, Franco 7; American Overseas School of Rome: Omry Erez 13, Martinez 10, Toti 8, Morrill 6. Noteworthy — According to Haroo, Martinez grabbed team-high 12 rebounds and Morrill 5 for AOSR. Records — AOSR is 6-2, ISF 1-7. JV — None

GirlsNon-regionalAFNORTH 35, Bitburg 26Friday at BitburgAFNORTH ....... 6 6 12 11—35Bitburg ....... 7 2 7 10—26Scoring — AFNORTH: Jasmine Doll 11, Sara Sawyer 7, Rylee McKinney 6, Madison Puckett 6; Bitburg: Michelle Morrison 9, Briana Lackey 5. Noteworthy — Sawyer, who tied Bitburg’s Lamonica Williams for game-rebounding honors with 10, blocked 9 Bitburg shots. Taylor Bonenclark grabbed 8 rebounds and Doll 7 for AFNORTH. Dawn Valbuna had 8 rebounds for Bitburg, which got 2 blocks from Morrison. JV — AFNORTH 20, Bitburg 8.

AFNORTH 30, Bitburg 11Saturday at BitburgAFNORTH ....... 12 9 5 4—30Bitburg ....... 2 0 3 6—11Scoring — AFNORTH: Puckett 8, McKinney 6, Cherry Carnes 6; Bitburg: Ashley Sirk 5. Noteworthy — According to Bitburg coach Michael Cottrell, Sawyer posted double-double with game-high 13 rebounds and 10 blocks. She also pulled off 6 steals, as did Carnes and McKinney. Bonenclark grabbed 10 rebounds and McKinney 8. Lackey led Bitburg with 6 rebounds, and Morrison blocked 2 shots. Records — AFNORTH is 8-1; Bitburg 0-8. JV — AFNORTH 20, Bitburg 17

Region ISHAPE 46, ISB 11Friday at BrusselsSHAPE ....... 11 6 12 17—46Intnat’l. Sch. of Brussels ....... 5 0 2 4—11Scoring — SHAPE: Eugina Rhett 21, Teresa Muldoon 14, Liz Burden 8; International School of Brussels: (First name unavailable) Pryce 4; Ali Galetti 2, Vanessa Sepul 2. Noteworthy — Muldoon posted double-double with 12 rebounds, according to SHAPE coach Sam Ochinang. She also chalked up 5 steals, 3 blocks and an assist. Rhett sank 3 treys and registered 7 assists, 5 steals and 3 blocks. She also was a perfect 6-for-6 from the free-throw line. Burden blocked 5 shots, stole the ball 3 times and dished out an assist. JV — ISB 21, SHAPE 13.

SHAPE 42, ISB 11Saturday at Mons, BelgiumIntnat’l. Sch. of Brussels ....... 3 0 4 4—11SHAPE ....... 5 9 14 14—42Scoring — International School of Brussels: Galetti 3, Pryce 2, Sofia Mattinen 2; SHAPE: Rhett 24, Muldoon 10, Burden 3. Noteworthy — Ochinang reported 6 treys, 3 steals, 2 assists and 6-of-6 from the line for Rhett. Muldoon added 8 rebounds, 2 steals and an assist, and Paris Johnson and Burden grabbed 6 and 4 rebounds, respectively. Records — SHAPE is 8-0 overall 4-0 in region. ISB fell to 1-6, 1-5. JV — SHAPE 16, ISB 15

Region IIKaiserslautern 35, Wiesbaden 25Friday at KaiserslauternWiesbaden ....... 7 8 4 6—25Kaiserslautern ....... 14 3 8 10—35Scoring — Wiesbaden: Meghan Smith 15, Lauren Barry 4, Phylecia Faublas 2, Michelle Schonberg 2 Kirsten Velsvaag 2; Kaiserslautern: Amber Perry 10, Medina Gregory 9, Jada Perry 6, Grace Gonzalez 4, Alana Dickerson 2, Breona Drew 2, Shante’ Gibbons 2. Noteworthy — According to K-town coach Corey Sullivan, Smith led all rebounders with 9. Wiesbaden got 3 rebounds each from Andrea Arnold and Kaitlyn Velsvaag and 2 assists from Maggie Mosley. Sullivan reported that Kaiserslautern benefited from 7 rebounds and 2 steals by Perry, 5 steals by Gonzalez, 6 blocks by Angela Powell and 4 rebounds from Drew. Records — Wiesbaden is 5-3 overall, 4-2 in region. Kaiserslautern is 7-1, 5-0. JV — Kaiserslautern 22, Wiesbaden 13

Ramstein 50, BFA 14Friday at Kandern, GermanyRamstein ....... 28 8 5 9—50Black Forest Academy ....... 3 4 0 7—14Scoring — Ramstein: Unavailable; Black Forest Academy: Michaella Fortune 9. Noteworthy — Fortune grabbed 7 rebounds and Taylor Clemens 4 for BFA. JV — Ramstein 44, BFA 7

Ramstein 50, BFA 25Saturday at Kandern, GermanyRamstein ....... 17 14 11 8—50Black Forest Academy ....... 4 10 8 3—25Scoring — Ramstein: Kenzie Crews 12, Jasmine Young 11, Samia Ladner 8; Black Forest Academy: Amy Dominguez 8, Hannah harrop 5, Brianne Riffe 4. Noteworthy — Hannah Kuehn and Kate Harrop each snared 4 rebounds for BFA. Records — Ramstein is 6-2 overall, 5-1 in region; BFA fell to 1-5, 1-5. JV — Ramstein 31, BFA 7.

Region IIIVilseck 36, Schweinfurt 32, OTSaturday at SchweinfurtVilseck .......8 4 9 9 6_36Schweinfurt ....... 6 8 11 5 2_32Scoring – Schweinfurt: Quashie 12, Gamble 9, Jones 3; Vilseck: Sumpter 19, McClinton 5, Sidni Beaulieu 5. Noteworthy – Gamble had 21 rebounds and 12 steals, Quashie had 11 rebounds and 5 steals for Schweinfurt; Whyatt grabbed 12 rebounds, and Sumpter had 9 steals and 8 rebounds, McClinton added 8 steals and 4 assists. Records – Schweinfurt is 0-7 overal and in region; Vilseck is 5-1, 5-1.

Hohenfels 39, Heidelberg 34Friday at HohenfelsHeidelberg ....... 8 7 8 11—34Hohenfels ....... 11 10 13 5—39Scoring — Heidelberg: Rebecca Luna 11, Marlowe Muehlbauer 10, Emma Roberts 4; Hohenfels: Tashia Golson 18, Kiana Glenn 12, Shelby Atkinson 4. Noteworthy — According to Hohenfels coach Shawn Rodman, Golson took game rebounding honors, too, with 12. Glenn added 6 rebounds, and Katie Taylor 5 for Hohenfels, which got 6 assists from Casey Leon. Roberts and Romina Fears led Heidelberg’s rebounding with 4 each; Luna and Christina Muehlbauer each pulled off 5 steals. JV — None reported

Heidelberg 29, Hohenfels 10Saturday at HohenfelsHeidelberg ....... 7 6 7 9—29Hohenfels ....... 2 2 2 4—10Scoring — Heidelberg: Luna 14, C. Muehlbauer 4, Roberts 4; Hohenfels: Taylor 4. Noteworthy — Golson grabbed 12 rebounds and Glenn 7. M. Muehlbauer led Heidelberg with 7 rebounds. Chelsea Shivers added 6, and Roberts and Janelle Moore each pulled down 4. Infinity Baisden made 5 steals for Heidelberg. Records — Heidelberg is 4-2 overall, 3-1 in region. Hohenfels is 3-5, 3-3. JV — Heidelberg 23, Hohenfels 9

Patch 48, Ansbach 24Friday at StuttgartAnsbach ....... 5 5 4 10—24Patch ....... 19 18 4 7—48Scoring — Ansbach: Chealsey Reaves 13; Patch: Rebecca Hess 17, Janelle Loney 15, Emma Murray 8, Johanna Quinn 4. Noteworthy — According to Patch coach John Kohut, Hess sank 4 treys, and turned one of them into a 4-point play when she was fouled on the shot and converted the free throw. Loney, who handed out 5 assists, led Patch with 11 rebounds and tied Quinn with 6 steals. JV — Patch 24, Ansbach 9

Patch 52, Ansbach 24Saturday at StuttgartAnsbach ....... 6 5 9 4—24Patch ....... 21 6 11 14—52Scoring — Ansbach: Reaves 8, Jahkya Smith 6; Patch: Loney 29, Quinn 10, Hess 4. Noteworthy — Loney sank 3 treys, grabbed 11 rebounds and posted 7 assists and 7 steals. Quinn led team with 12 rebounds. Records — Patch is 6-0 overall and 4-0 in region. Ansbach fell to 2-4, 2-4. JV — Patch 32, Ansbach 12

Region IVSigonella 36, Aviano 32Saturday at AvianoSigonella ....... 4 7 9 16_36Aviano ....... 6 10 4 12_32Scoring - Sigonella: Tenia Strobridge 14; Aviano: Kyerha Smith 9, Jasmine Soler 7, Katyln Atchley 6. Noteworthy – Atchley had 19 rebounds for Aviano, which turned the ball over 30 times. Strobridge had 13 rebounds and Sydney Moore 11 rebounds for Sigonella, which converted only 6 of 25 free throw attempts. Records – Sigonella improved to 6-2 in Region IV and 6-2 overall; Aviano fell to 3-3 and 3-3.

WrestlingKaiserslautern 133, Bitburg 118, Ansbach 69.5, Menwith Hill 39.5, Alconbury 13.5Saturday at Kaiserslautern106 pounds — 1, Matt Fischer (Kais); 2, Kyle Shaver (Bitb); 3, Jeremy Carlson (Bitb); 4, Timothy Baso (Ansb)113 — 1, Ashleigh Gagnon (Kais); 2, Joe Poston (MH); 3, None; 4, None120 — 1, Brodie Cutshall (Kais); 2, Dallin Cazier (Alc); 3, Austin Roberts (Ansb); 4, Victor Rodriguez (Kais)126 — 1, Dane Robbins (Bitb); 2, Marel Hardy (Bitb); 3, Seth Jans (MH); 4, None132 — 1, T.J. Daly (Kais); 2, Damian Sotelo (Bitb); 3, Jared Cooper (Kais); 4, Tony O’Gorman (Ansb)138 — 1, Anthony Caceras (Kais); 2, Jeff Lawson (Kais); 3, Ryan Parkinson (Kais); 4, Stephen Carlson (Bitb)145 — 1, Alex Abing (MH); 2, Anthony White (Kais); 3, Larry Jackson (Bitb); 4, DeMar Flake (Ansb)152 — 1, Paul Michitsch (Kais); 2, Arvin Hrushka (Kais); 3, Isaiah Williams (Kais); 4, Evan Less (Bitb)160 — 1, John Downey (Bitb); 2, Junior Lopez (Ansb); 3, Damien Quichocho (Ansb); 4, Ben Higgs (Kais)170 — 1, Akir Fowlkes (Kais); 2, Bryson Randall (Bitb); 3, None; 4, None182 — 1, Randall; 2, None; 3, None; 4, None220 — 1, Austin Schmidt (Bitb); 2, T.J. Propp (Ansb); 3, None; 4, None285 — 1, Raheem Beatty (Ansb); 2, Colton Engelmeier (Bitb); 3, None; 4, None

Naples 143, Vicenza 103, Aviano 69, Sigonella 18, American Overseas School of Rome 17Saturday at Naples106 pounds — 1, Elijah Gonzalez (Napl); 2, Daniel Vossler (Sig); 3, Nick Klink (Avi); 4, peter McCollaum (Vicz)113 — 1, Luca Melendez (Napl); 2, Dominic Ledesma (Vicz); 3, Luke Freeman (AOSR); 4, None120 — 1, Tyler Cepeda (Vicz); 2, Asah Tiboni (Avi); 3, None; 4, None126 — 1, Patricio Hernandez (Napl); 2, Lorenzo Menaci (AOSR); 3, Win Whiting (Napl); 4, Keenan Tukes (Napl)132 — Nikolas Weiser (Avi); 2, Conner Smith (Vicz); 3, Andrew Sizemore (Napl); 4, Bradley Beale (Napl)138 — 1, Mikhail Schroeder (Vicz); 2, Joshua Perdeo (Vicz); 3, Andrew Stiles (Vicz); 4, Marco Lindeblad (Napl)145 — 1, Tyler Williams (Napl); 2, C.J. Calabrese (Vicz); 3, Kyle Willis (Avi); 4, Chase Berryhill (Sig)145 B — 1, Jake Ellis (Avi); 2, Nick Chance (Napl); 3, Jeremy Owens (Avi); 4, Kory McKinney (Napl)152 — 1, Ricky Sizemore (Napl); 2, Ramsey Schroeder (Vicz); 3, Alexander Ramos (Avi); 4, Jeremy Huller (Vicz)160 — 1, Tim Makee (Avi); 2l Allan Werner (Vicz); 3, None; 4, None170 — 1, Aaron Hogg (Vicz); 2, David Arreguin (Napl); 3, None; 4, None182 — 1, Zach Cheek (Napl); 2, Josh Hensy (Napl); 3, Chris Morris (Napl); 4, Cedric Estanslaio (Sig)220 — 1, Jonathan Carriere (Avi); 2, J.P. Morillo (Napl); 3, Makoa Camaros (Napl); 4, Tyler Rucker (Avi)285 — 1, Jordan Thurston (Napl); 2, Chris Ashton-Welch (Avi); 3, Will Anderson (Vicz); 4, None

Patch 264.5, Ramstein 243.5, Vilseck 72, Hohenfels 10 Saturday at Vilseck106 pounds — 1, Steven Cavanaugh (Rams); 2, Kindell Finster (Vils); 3, McKenna Fields (Pat); 4, Logan Doss (Pat)113 — 1, Ross Wilson (Pat); 2, Ryan Goins (Rams); 3, John Kellett-Forsyth (Pat); 4, Austin Atkinson (Hoh)120 — 1, Isaac McIlvene (Pat); 2, Mitchel Shaffer (Rams); 3, Chris Brown (Pat); 4, Mike Montano (Rams)126 — 1, Jacob Andrus (Pat); 2, Adam Franz (Rams); 3, Chris Carlisle (Pat); 4, George Hyde (Rams) 132 — 1, Jaden Fields (Pat); 2, T.J. Moore (Rams); 3, Johnathan Charpenter (Pat); 4, Daniel Matzke (Pat)138 — 1, Bryan Caldwell (Rams); 2, DeSean Horton (Pat); 3, Nathan Cass (Pat); 4, Michael Nelson (Vils)145 — 1, Thomas Trevino (Pat); 2, Brandon Furtado (Rams); 3, Andi Abel (Rams); 4, Sage Thornbrugh (Vils)152 — Unavailable160 — 1, Tyler Rood (Rams); 2, Galen McCarver (Rams); 3, Nick Bradley (Rams); 4, Jaden Wilstead (Pat)170 — 1, Calen Fields (Pat); 2, J.C. Rapp (Pat); 3, Akeem McDaniel (Pat); 4, Charles Martinez (Rams)182 — Unavailable195 — 1, Albert Suarez (Pat); 2, Kraig Sumpter (Vils); 3, Joe Logan (Pat); 4, Mike Flores (Rams)220 — 1, Andrew Meneni (Pat); 2, Nick Florio (Rams); 3, Ben Tedder (Rams); 4, None285 — 1, Anthony Zaferis (Rams); 2, Christian Elliott (Rams); 3, Noah Hartley (Vils); 4, Trevor Mickles (Pat)

MarksmanshipWestern ConferencePatch 1,362; Baumholder 1,278; Heidelberg 1,226; Alconbury 1,189Saturday at PatchOverall - 1, Maggie Ehmann (Pat) 280; 2, Jennifer Johnson (Pat) 275; 3, Madeline Hershberger (Pat) 274Prone — 1, Hershberger 98Standing — 1, Veronica Remsik (Pat) 91Kneeling — 1, Ehmann 95Noteworthy — Alconbury reported its scores by telephone from England.

Eastern ConferenceHohenfels 1,352; Vilseck 1,351; Ansbach 1,324; Bamberg 1,215; Vicenza 1,110Saturday at VilseckOverall — 1, Keyera Howard (Hoh) 280Prone — 1, Lena Waldron (Hoh) 98Standing — 1, Howard 92Kneeling — 1, LaTrisha Jones (Ansb) 94Noteworthy — Vilseck coach Mitch Pollock noted the continuing rise of his rookie marksman, Alexis Finster. Shooting for just the fifth time in competition on Saturday, Finster scored 276 by firing 97 in prone, 88 in standing and 91 from the kneeling position, Pollock said by telephone on Saturday. Vicenza reported its scores by telephone.


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