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BasketballBoysNon-regionalKaiserslautern 69, Lakenheath 68Friday at KaiserslauternLakenheath ....... 24 17 15 12—68Kaiserslautern ....... 13 23 17 16—69Scoring — Lakenheath: Brinsely Walker 24, (First name unavailable) Cedarstaff 17; Kaiserslautern: Derryk Scarvers 23, Devin Joseph 17, Jaymes Bradley 10. Noteworthy — According to K-town coach Brant Tryon, Walker grabbed 6 rebounds and K.J. Holloway 4 for Lakenheath. Marquis Grant led K-town with a game-high 11 rebounds; his teammates Bradley and Tysean Hendrix each pulled down 9. Andrew Stern passed out 9 assists for K-town; his teammate Lorenzo Williams added 5. Records — Kaiserslautern is 6-3; Lakenheath was taking 5-4 overall mark into Saturday’s non-regional game at Ramstein. JV — None reported.

Region IRota 53, Menwith Hill 18Thursday at AlconburyDetails unavailable

Rota 62, Alconbury 37Thursday at AlconburyDetails unavailable

Rota 73, Menwith Hill 25Friday at AlconburyMenwith Hill ....... 3 10 4 6—23Rota ....... 23 19 13 18—73Scoring — Menwith Hill: Schuyler Backlar 14, Adrian Knight 6; Rota: Tre’von Owens 17, Sean Mowrey 11, Terence Paris 9. Noteworthy — According to Menwith Hill coach Greg DeJardin, Ryan Reers led his team with 8 rebounds, but Mustangs were undone by Rota’s full-court press, which produced 15 early turnovers. Records — Menwith Hill is 1-10, 1-4 vs. Region I small schools teams. JV — None.

Rota 55, Brussels 17Friday at AlconburyBrussels ....... 8 0 4 5—17Rota ....... 29 0 22 4—55Scoring — Brussels: Unavailable; Rota: Owens 28, Marc Oden 13, Paris 5.

Rota 57, Brussels 7Saturday at AlconburyRota ....... 30 3 11 13—57Brussels ....... 0 4 3 0—7Scoring — Rota: Oden 16, Owens 15. Paris 8; Brussels: Unavailable. Noteworthy — Oden and Owens each posted 6 rebounds and Paris pulled off 5 steals. Petar Vlahovic led Brussels with 6 rebounds; his teammate Danny Helbling added 5. Records — Brussels fell to 2-7 overall, 2-4 against Region I small schools. JV — None.

Rota 75, Alconbury 22Saturday at AlconburyRota ....... 25 21 20 9—75Alconbury ....... 9 5 4 4—22Scoring — Rota: Owens 31, Oden 21, Paris 9; Alconbury: Lanphear 7. Noteworthy — Owens supplemented his scoring with 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks, Oden posted 6 rebounds and 3 steals, and Paris registered 5 assists and 3 steals. Kahlil Williams and Nelson each grabbed 7 rebounds for Alconbury, which got 3 steals from Kevin Beasley but turned the ball over 25 times. Records — Rota is 6-0 vs. DODDS-Europe teams and 6-0 in Region I small-schools race. Alconbury fell to 3-6 overall, 3-2 against Region I small schools. JV — None.

Region IIBaumholder 60, Wiesbaden 45Friday at BaumholderWiesbaden ....... 8 13 14 10—45Baumholder ....... 6 21 16 17—60Scoring — Wiesbaden: Kelsey Thomas 18, Roscoe Johnson 10, Gary Miskovsky 9, John Arnold 4, Alfred Johnson 2, Andrew Murray 2; Baumholder: Breon Herbert 26, Zach Buhrer 14, Dimio Harris 12, Allen Roseberry 4, Ben McDaniels 2, Hayford Owusu 2. Noteworthy — According to Baumholder coach Spencer Bean, Baumholder’s McDaniels, who dished out 7 assists, and Wiesbaden’s Miskovsky topped rebounding lists with 7 each. Herbert grabbed 6 rebounds for Baumholder; Murray and Paulee Brown each snared 4 for Wiesbaden. JV — Baumholder 31, Wiesbaden 20.

Wiesbaden 53, Baumholder 46Saturday at WiesbadenBaumholder ....... 7 10 12 17—46Wiesbaden ....... 10 13 17 13—53Scoring — Baumholder: Tahrell Harris 14, D. Harris 13, McDaniels 11; Wiesbaden:Johnson 19, Thomas 16, Miskovsky 15. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden coach Carl Johnson reported 7 rebounds for Thomas and 4 each by Murray and Miskovsky. Records — Baumholder fell to 6-5 overall, 3-4 in region; Wiesbaden improved to 5-5, 4-4. JV — Baumholder 39, Wiesbaden 30

BFA 57, Bitburg 52Friday at Kandern, GermanyBitburg ....... 11 11 9 21—52Black Forest Academy ....... 16 16 10 15—57Scoring — Bitburg: C.J. Evans 15, Dante Shanks 12, Daren Aiken 11; Black Forest Academy: Josiah Kelley 17, Joseph Leavitt 10, Anthony Purpero 10, Travis Olson 7. Noteworthy — Kelley, Olson and Aiken tied for game-rebounding honors with 7 each, according to BFA coach Art Melli. Evans handed out 7 assists for Bitburg, which got 6 rebounds from Chris Eidenschink. Purpero added 5 rebounds and 4 steals for BFA, which registered 14 team assists. JV — BFA 32, Bitburg 29.

Bitburg 60, BFA 55 (OT)Saturday at Kandern, GermanyBitburg ....... 13 5 13 21 8—60Black Forest Academy ....... 13 16 10 13 3—55Scoring — Bitburg: Evans 23, Eidenschink 16, Aiken 14; Black Forest Academy: Olson 18, Kelley 12, Leavitt 11. Noteworthy — Olson took game-rebounding honors with 13; Trey Prenger added 7, and Purpero handed out 5 assists. Records — Bitburg is 2-8, 1-5 in region; BFA is 3-5, 3-5. JV — Bitburg 32, BFA 25.

Region IIIHeidelberg 54, Bamberg 40Friday at BambergHeidelberg ....... 15 11 14 14—54Bamberg ....... 8 11 8 13—40Scoring — Heidelberg: Marcel Simon 15, Wayne Dawkins 14, Maurice Simon 7, Kevin Gray 6; Bamberg: Anthony Cortright 15, Terry Williams 13. Noteworthy — Williams and Cortright each grabbed a game-high 8 rebounds, according to Bamberg coach Tim Smith. Gray, who chalked up 6 assists and 6 steals, led Heidelberg with 7 rebounds; Marcel Simon, who posted 4 assists, grabbed 6 rebounds, and Maurice Simon and Dawkins snared 5 each. Dawkins pulled off 4 steals and handed out 2 assists. JV — None reported.

Heidelberg 50, Bamberg 32Saturday at BambergHeidelberg ....... 10 11 17 12—50Bamberg ....... 6 9 7 10—32Scoring - Heidelberg: Marcel Simon 10, Viane Tagaloa 10, Maurice Simon 7; Bamberg: Cortright 17, Williams 8. Noteworthy — Bamberg’s Smith reported game-high 11 rebounds for Williams; Cortright added 6 rebounds. Marcel Simon led Heidelberg’s board game with 6, Maurice snared 5 and Gray 2. Records — Heidelberg is 8-0, 6-0; Bamberg fell to 3-5, 3-4. JV — None reported.

Patch 58, Vilseck 41Friday at VilseckPatch ....... 13 12 11 22—58Vilseck ....... 17 8 4 12—41Scoring — Patch: Dylan Measells 13, Damien Babington 12, Stephon McLean-Burrell 11, Chris German 10; Vilseck: Trey Adkins 16, Calvin Hickman 8, Tyler Lewis 7, Derrick Woulard 6. Noteworthy — German led all rebounders with 8; Measells of Patch and Hickman of Vilseck each grabbed 7. JV — Patch 38, Vilseck 35

Vilseck 55, Patch 46Saturday at VilseckPatch ....... 9 13 8 16—46Vilseck ....... 9 18 18 10—55Scoring — Patch: German 13, Measells 13; Vilseck: Hickman 16, Lewis 10, Adkins 9, Daniel Arroyo 8. Notewothy — Hickman, credited with 4 blocks and 2 assists, posted double-double with 14 rebounds as Vilseck handed Patch its first loss of the season. Lewis added 7 assists. McLean-Burrell led Patch with 7 rebounds. Records — Patch is 7-1, 5-1; Vilseck is 6-2, 6-2. JV — Patch 50, Vilseck 24.

Region IVSigonella 41, Milan 19Friday at SigonellaAm. Sch. of Milan ....... 2 2 9 6—19Sigonella ....... 22 13 2 4—41Scoring — American School of Milan: Andrew Listorti 9, Sebastian Dechamps 8; Sigonella: D’Ontell Harrington 10, Chris McKissick 10. Noteworthy — According to Sigonella coach Ross Brand, McKissick, Dontay Graham, Tristan Morris and Peter Swisshelm each grabbed 5 rebounds. Brand reported 4 steals and 3 assists for Antonio Garcia, 4 steals for Harrington, 2 assists for Davonte Stevenson and a block for Graham JV — None.

Sigonella 28, Milan 14Saturday at SigonellaAm. Sch. of Milan ....... 2 4 5 3—14Sigonella ....... 8 12 5 3—28Scoring — American School of Milan: Listorti 4, Dechamps 4; Sigonella: McKissick 12, Stevenson 7. Noteworthy — McKissick and Graham each grabbed 10 rebounds, according to Brand, who reported 4 steals and a block for McKissick, and 4 steals and 2 assists for Stevenson. Records — Sigonella is 4-6; Milan 0-10. JV — None

AOSR 48, Marymount 33Friday at Marymount International School of RomeAmerican O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 6 15 17 10—48Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 7 13 8 5—33Scoring — American Overseas School of Rome: Colin Cook 13, Lorenzo Mannozzi 11, Justin Tuimavona 10, Magdi Ahmed 6; Marymount International School of Rome: Ziyad Nour 17, Girogio Musilli 11. Noteworthy — Teams are to play again Tuesday, according to Marymount AD Simone Trott. Game was rescheduled from Feb. 10 because truckers-strike-induced gasoline shortage made it impossible for Aviano to travel to Rome for the teams’ scheduled matchup. Records — AOSR is 7-2; Marymount 3-6. JV — None.

GirlsNon-regionalKaiserslautern 46, Lakenheath 24Friday at KaiserslauternLakenheath ....... 7 4 8 5—24Kaiserslautern ....... 8 19 6 13—46Scoring — Lakenheath: Jourdan Hodge 10, Kristen Reed 8, Tracy McCall 4; Kaiserslautern: Medina Gregory 15, Jada Perry 10, Grace Gonzalez 8, Breona Drew 7, Alana Dickerson 2, Amber Perryman 2, Angie Powell 2. Noteworthy — According to Kaiserslautern coach Corey Sullivan, Gregory had 9 steals and 4 rebounds, Gonzalez posted 4 steals, and Perry had 2 steals and 6 rebounds. Records — Kaiserslatuern is 8-1; Lakenheath was 2-8 going into Saturday’s game at Ramstein. JV — Kaiserslautern 24, Lakenheath 7.

Region ISHAPE 39, AFNORTH 26Friday at Mons, BelgiumAFNORTH ....... 1 7 7 11—26SHAPE ....... 10 10 8 11—39Scoring — AFNORTH: Madison Puckett 7, Sara Sawyer 7; SHAPE: Eugina Rhett 17, Teresa Muldoon 13, Paris Johnson 4. Noteworthy — According to SHAPE coach Sam Ochinang, Rhett registered 6 assists, 5 steals and 2 rebounds; Muldoon, who blocked 2 shots and assisted on 3 baskets, topped team with 8 rebounds, and Liz Burden, who handed out 4 assists, and Johnson each snared 6 rebounds. Sawyer grabbed 9 rebounds, blocked 5 shots and made 3 steals. Taylor Bonenclark snated 8 rebounds and Jasmine Doll 7. JV — AFNORTH 17, SHAPE 9.

AFNORTH 30, SHAPE 27Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsSHAPE ....... 6 5 5 11—27AFNORTH ....... 9 5 10 6—30Scoring — SHAPE: Rhett 17, Johnson 4, Kearstin Wainwright 4; AFNORTH: Sawyer 10, Rylee McKinney 8, Doll 5. Noteworthy — Bonenclark grabbed 14 rebounds and Sawyer 12 for AFNORTH to help Lady Lions hand their guests their first loss of the season. Johnson led SHAPE with 8 rebounds; Muldoon grabbed 7 and Kate Mitchell 5. Records — SHAPE is 9-1 overall and 5-1 in region. AFNORTH is 9-2, 5-2. JV — AFNORTH 20, SHAPE 8

Rota 37, Menwith Hill 35Thursday at AlconburyMenwith Hill ....... 8 8 12 7—35Rota ....... 11 10 8 8—37Scoring — Menwith Hill: Brittany Clays 8, Kaia Pierce 8, Arielle Rogers 8; Rota: Jessie Panis 13, Ysenia Solis 8, Kristin Banks 7.

Rota 35, Alconbury 19Thursday at AlconburyDetails unavailable

Rota 27, Brussels 18Saturday at AlconburyRota ....... 9 7 7 4—27Brussels ....... 5 5 4 4—18Scoring — Rota: Banks 11, Panis 6, Thais Gartland-Bonet 6; Brussels Unavailable.

Rota 30, Alconbury 19Saturday at AlconburyScore by quarters unavailable.Scoring — Rota: Panis 9, Solis 7; Alconbury: Nastassia Peters 15.

Brussels 29, Alconbury 6Friday at AlconburyDetails unavailable

Brussels 16, Rota 14Friday at AlconburyScore by quarters unavailableScoring — Brussels: Unavailable; Rota: Banks 5, Solis 4

Rota 35, Alconbury 19Thursday at AlconburyDetails unavailableRecords — Rota went 5-1 in round robin. Lady Admirals are 5-2 vs. DODDS-Europe competition and in Region I small-schools race. Brussels went 2-1 and is 7-1 overall and 5-1 against regional small schools. Menwith Hill was 1-2 at Alconbury to go to 1-9 overall and 1-3 in small schools play, and Alconbury, 0-4 for the weekend is 0-9, 0-5.

Region IIWiesbaden 33, Baumholder 26Friday at BaumholderWiesbaden ....... 6 12 4 11—33Baumholder ....... 0 14 4 8—26Scoring — Wiesbaden: Meghan Smith 17, Phylecia Faublas 6, Lauren Barry 5; Baumholder: Dionna Marcus 22, Kyana Milo 4. Noteworthy — According to Baumholder coach Carter Hollenbeck, Marcus, who scored all 14 of Baumholder’s 2nd-quarter points, took game-rebounding honors with 15; her teammate Nate’ Simington added 5. Kristen Velsvaag and her sister Kaitlyn led Wiesbaden with 9 and 8 rebounds, respectively; their teammate Smith pulled down 7, and Faublas made 5 steals and 2 assists. Faith Diaz and Morokoth Son each snared 3 rebounds for Baumholder. JV — None

Wiesbaden 41, Baumholder 20Saturday at WiesbadenBaumholder ....... 0 5 4 11—20Wiesbaden ....... 8 4 16 13—41Scoring — Baumholder: Marcus 14, Milo 6; Wiesbaden: Lauren Barry 14, Smith 10, Maggie Mosley 7. Noteworthy — Mosley, who made 3 assists, took game-rebounding honors with 11, according to Wiesbaden coach Jim Campbell. Who reported 8 rebounds for Kaitlyn Velsvaag and 7 rebounds and 3 assists for Smith. Michelle Schonberg led Wiesbaden with 4 assists. Records — Wiesbaden is 7-3, 6-2; Baumholder is 1-10, 1-6. JV — None.

Region IIIHeidelberg 43, Bamberg 38 (OT)Friday at BambergScore by quarters unavailableHalftime — Bamberg 19, Heidelberg 17Scoring — Heidelberg: Rebecca Luna 13, Donnelly 9; Bamberg: Tiana Bowen 14, Tomokane 12. Noteworthy — Bamberg’s Vanessa Sanders led all rebounders with 12, Engel reported. Bamberg’s Natesha Godbee and Heidelberg’s Chelsea Shivers each grabbed 10. Donnelly and Romina Fears each snared 5 rebounds. Records — Heidelberg improved to 6-2 overall and 5-1 in region; Bamberg finished weekend 2-7, 2-6. JV — None reported.

Patch 42, Vilseck 31Friday at VilseckPatch ....... 16 2 6 18—42Vilseck ....... 4 10 8 9—31Scoring — Patch: Janelle Loney 24, Rebecca Hess 6, Johanna Quinn 6; Vilseck: China Sumpter 11, Deraj’ McClinton 8, Mariah Moore 8. Noteworthy — According to Patch coach John Kohut, Loney, who banged home 2 3-balls, led team with 8 rebounds. She also made 9 steals and handed out 3 assists. Hess, who posted 4 assists, and Quinn each made 2 steals. Sharmil Whyatt led Vilseck with 8 rebounds; her teammates Moore and Sumpter each grabbed 6. JV — Patch 27, Vilseck 20.

Patch 36, Vilseck 27Saturday at VilseckPatch ....... 7 9 10 10—36Vilseck ....... 2 6 6 13—27Scoring — Patch: Loney 17, Hess 7, Quinn 6, Jenny Sparks 4; Vilseck: Sumpter 15, McClinton 6, Whyatt 4. Noteworthy — Loney capped her weekend with a triple-double – 10 rebounds and 10 assists to go with her 17 points and 3 assists, according to Kohut. Quinn, who pulled off 3 steals, led team with 11 rebounds; Sparks chalked up 2 assists, 2 rebounds and a steal. Whyatt topped Vilseck with 8 rebounds; McClinton, Morris and Sumpter each pulled off 5 steals. Records — Patch is 8-0, 6-0. Vilseck fell to 5-3, 5-3. JV — Patch 20, Vilseck 14.

Region IVSigonella 49, Milan 15Friday at SigonellaAm. Sch. of Milan ....... 4 4 3 4—15Sigonella ....... 21 8 12 8—49Scoring — American School of Milan: Unavailable; Sigonella: Dinayda Garcia-Diaz 13, Tenia Strobridge 12. Noteworthy — Sigonella coach Mark Gillett reported 5 steals for Garcia-Diaz, 4 steals and 3 blocks for Deeanna Brown, and a team-high 7 rebounds for Sydney Moore. JV — None.

Sigonella 46, Milan 22Saturday at SigonellaAm. Sch. of Milan ....... 4 6 6 6—22Sigonella ....... 16 1 20 9—46Scoring — American School of Milan: Unavailable; Sigonella: Brown 16, Strobirdge 14, Sabrina Sabel 8. Noteworthy — Gillett reported 7 rebounds each for Moore and Strobridge; 5 assists, 5 steals and 5 blocks for Brown, and 6 steals for Sabel. Records — Milan fell to 1-9; Sigonella is 8-2. JV — None.

WrestlingPatch 211, Heidelberg 123, Kaiserslautern 116.5, Vilseck 54, Ansbach 40, Schweinfurt 4, Hohenfels 0Saturday at Heidelberg106 pounds — 1, Matt Fischer (Kais); 2, Kindell Finster (Vils); 3, McKenna Fields (Pat); 4, Austin Harrison (Pat) 10 6- 6113 — 1, Ross Wilson (Pat); 2, Nicholas Baxter (Heid); 3, John Kellett-Forsyth (Pat); 4, Ashleigh Gagnon (Kais)120 — 1, Isaac McIlvene (Pat); 2, Brodie Cutshall (Kais); 3, Chris Brown (Pat); 4, Austin Roberts (Ansb)126 — 1, Chris Carlisle (Pat); 2, Logan Schmidt (Pat); 3, Zachary Rogers (Vils); 4, Joshua Groom (Heid)132 — 1, Jaden Fields (Pat); 2, Daniel Matzke (Pat); 3, T.J. Daly (Kais); 4, Johnathan Charpenter (Pat)138 — 1, Jeff Lawson (Kais); 2, DeSean Horton (Pat); 3, Nathan Cass (Pat); 4, Ben Nelson (Vils)145 — 1, Samuel Nevinger (Heid); 2, Steven Brown (Heid); 3, Erik Langholz (Kais); 4, DeMar Flake (Ansb)152 — 1, Daniel LeJeune (Heid); 2, Paul Michitsch (Kais); 3, Arvin Hrushka (Kais); 4, Mekyle Fernandes (Pat)160 — 1, Jimmi McBride (Heid); 2, Jaden Wilstead (Pat); 3, Justin Vatcher (Heid); 4, Junior Lopez (Ansb)170 — 1, Calen Fields (Pat); 2, Joel Balmforth (Heid); 3, J.C. Rapp (Pat); 4, Danny Alverado (Pat)182 — 1, Robert Mannier (Pat); 2, Daniel White (Heid); 3, Jesse Partee (Vils); 4, Andrew Brabason (Pat)195 — 1, William Grant (Heid); 2, Joe Logan (Pat); 3, Dong Kim, Schweinfurt, 4, Mark Roskosky (Kais)220 — 1, Andrew Mineni (Pat); 2, William Miller (Heid); 3, T.J. Propp (Ansb); 4, None285 — 1, Noah Hartley (Vils); 2, Trevor Mickles (Pat); 3, Raheem Beatty (Ansb); 4, Carlos Lopez-Santana (Pat)

Lakenheath 94, Baumholder 83, Brussels 45, Alconbury 42, Menwith Hill 34Saturday at Menwith Hill106 pounds — 1, Blake Brittain (Brus); 2, None; 3, None; 4, None113 — 1, Andrew Hooks (Baum); 2, Joe Poston (MH); 3, None; 4, None120 — 1, Dallin Cazier (Alc); 2, Bryan Real (Baum); 3, Brenden Gauthier (Baum); 4, Jonathan Kalinauskas (Lake)126 — 1, Marlon Fouse (Lake); 2, Matt Eckles (Lake); 3, Seth Jans (MH); 4, None132 — 1, Jonathan Jones (Baum); 2, Tyler Sarquist (Lake); 3, Matt Geronimo (Alc); 4, None138 — 1, Jeremy Eckles (Lake); ); 2, None; 3, None; 4, None145 — 1, Austin Morrow (Lake); 2, Alex Abing (MH); 3, Adrian Oviedo (Baum); 4, Kimble Leanhart (Lake)152 — 1, Devon Parrish (Lake); 2, Vincent Alonso (Brus); 3, Chris Milam (MH); 4, Justin Vozzo (Brus)160 — 1, Nathan Rogacki (Lake); 2 (tie) Dustin Varia (Alc), Zac Abbas (Lake) and Aidan MacAloon (Unavailable)170 — 1, Greg Norton (Brus); 2, Ryan Whitcomb (Baum); ); 3, None; 4, None182 — 1, Xavier Merrill (Alc); 2, Brandon Stamford (Lake); ); 3, None; 4, None195 — 1, None220 — 1, Andy Wells (Brus); ); 2, None; 3, None; 4, None285 — 1, Nikolas Scheffler (Baum); ); 2, None; 3, None; 4, NoneNoteworthy — According to Menwith Hill coach Pat Brew, Lakenheath’s Rogacki posted falls in all 4 matches he wrestled at 160. Lakenheath’s Parrish won his first 3 matches by falls on Saturday, then defeated European title contender Alonso of Brussels 4-2 in the title bout. Parrish turned Alonso back 3-1 the previous week. Lakenheath’s Morrow and Alconbury’s Crazier posted all-fall days. Crazier, a freshman, decked both foes he faced to go to 12-2 so far in his first varsity season; Morrow, the defending European champ at 140, pinned all three wrestlers he faced on Saturday.

Aviano 97, Vicenza 96, Black Forest Academy 73, Rota 31Saturday at Aviano106 pounds - 1. Nick Klink (Avi), 2. Peter McCollaum (Vic), 3. A.J. Munoz (Vic)113 – None.120 – 1. Garrett Prewett (BFA), 2. Tyler Cepeda (Vic), 3. Asa Tibuni (Avi), 4. Gi Jang (BFA)126 – 1. Keith Min (BFA), 2. Tyler Laky (Avi), 3. Jaiden Raymond (Avi), 4. Thomas Althaus (BFA)132 – 1. Nik Weiser (Avi), 2. Keaton Regener (Rot), 3. Connor Smith (Avi), 4. Devon Gregg (Avi)138 – 1. Josh McKeown (BFA), 2. Mikhail Schroeder (Vic), 3. Mitch Crowell (Rot), 4. Anthony Mathus (Avi)145 – 1. C.J. Calabrese (Vic), 2. Kyle Willis (Avi), 3. Theo Baart (BFA), 4. None.152 – 1. Greer McCollum (BFA), 2. Ramsey Schroeder (Vic), 3. Jeremy Huller (Vic), 4. Allen Werner (Vic)160 – 1. Aaron Hogg (Vic), 2. Daniel Zazworksy (BFA), 3. None, 4. None.170 - 1.Will Pagan (Vic), 2. None, 3. None, 4. None182 – None195 – 1. Noah Wolton (Avi), 2. None, 3. None, 4. None.220 – 1. Anthony Davis (Rot), 2. Jonathan Corriere (Avi), 3. Malcolm Dorsey (Vic)285 – 1. Chris Ashton-Welch (Avi), 2. None, 3. None, 4. None.

MarksmanshipEuropean championshipsTeam scoring(1,500 possible points)Patch 1,373; VFilseck 1,354; Hohenfels 1,353; Ansbach 1,315; Baumholder 1,291; Heidelberg 1,241IndividualsEuropean champion — Mercedes Romih (Pat) 284Top prone score (100 possible points) — Katherine Gamble (Hoh) 99Top standing score (100 possible points) — Mercedes Romih (Pat) 97Top kneeling score (100 possible points) — Maggie Ehmann (Pat) 96


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