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BasketballBoysNon-regionalRamstein 69, Lakenheath 56Lakenheath ....... 11 10 11 24—56Ramstein ....... 16 23 15 15—69Scoring — Lakenheath: Brinsely Walker 26, K.J. Holloway 12; Ramstein: DeVonte’ Allen 30, Virgil Sneed 11, Jeramya White 6. Noteworthy — Ramstein coach Andy O’Connor reported that Allen sank 4 of his 5 3-balls in the second quarter to help break the game open. O’Connor added that Lakenheath stayed close in part by shooting 28 free throws to Ramstein’s 12. Records — Ramstein is 6-2. Fellow Division I school Lakenheath fell to 5-5 overall. JV — Ramstein 36, Lakenheath 34 (OT)

Region IAFNORTH 60, SHAPE 28Friday at Mons, BelgiumAFNORTH ....... 14 14 14 18—60SHAPE ....... 6 7 8 7—28Scoring — AFNORTH: Oguzhan Yabici 20, Jamil Pollock 9, Nuri Karaca 8; SHAPE Conner Manning 7, Ryan Howard 5, Fabio Petrocchi 5. Noteworthy — According to AFNORTH coach Nate Goolsby, AFNORTH’s Jake Schmidt and SHAPE’s Howard tied for game rebounding honors with 9 each. Densier Carnes grabbed 6 rebounds, and his AFNORTH teammate Pollock collected 5 assists and 2 steals. SHAPE’s Armand Griebe and Alizi Douglas each snared 7 rebounds. JV — None reported.

AFNORTH 63, SHAPE 41Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsSHAPE ....... 12 4 9 16—41AFNORTH ....... 7 20 15 21--63Scoring — SHAPE: Manning 16, Petrocchi 13; AFNORTH: Schmidt 22, Karaca 16, Yabici 13, Pollock 6. Noteworthy — Howard grabbed 11 rebounds and his teammate Isaiah Sterling 10, Goolsby reported. Schmidt led AFNORTH’s board game with 10; his teammate Westin McKinney added 8 rebounds and blocked 4 shots. Records — AFNORTH closed out its home schedule at 10-1 overall and 7-0 against Region I schools. AFNORTH is 4-0 in the Region I big-schools standings. SHAPE fell to 1-9. The Spartans are 0-6 in regional big-schools play. JV — None reported.

Alconbury 27, Brussels 22Friday at AlconburyBrussels ....... 2 2 9 9 –22Alconbury ....... 8 11 5 3—27Scoring — Brussels: Braden Brower 11, Jamie Hunt 5, Danny Helbling 2, Petar Vlahovic 2; Alconbury: Chris Lanphear 7, Zach Nelson 7. Noteworthy — According to Brussels coach Chris Vahrenhorst, Brower, grabbed 9 rebounds and blocked 6 Alconbury shots. Hunt swiped the ball 10 times and handed 4 assists. Helbling grabbed 8 rebounds away from the Dragons. Records — Brussels went 0-3 in Alconbury to fall to 2-7 overall and 2-4 against Region I small-schools opposition. Alconbury was 2-2 during the four-team small-schools round-robin and is 3-6 overall and 3-2 vs. the small schools. JV — None

Region IIISchweinfurt 58, Ansbach 46Friday at AnsbachSchweinfurt ....... 15 22 10 11—58Ansbach ....... 11 5 13 17—46Scoring — Schweinfurt: Brandon Wright 13; Ansbach: Xavier Jones 12. JV — None reported.

Schweinfurt 43, Ansbach 33Saturday at AnsbachSchweinfurt ....... 7 13 12 11—43Ansbach ....... 0 12 11 10—33Scoring — Schweinfurt: Jordan Simpkins 19, Wright 6; Ansbach: Derrick Flake 13. Records — Schweinfurt is 4-5 overall and in the region. Ansbach fell 1-7, 1-7. JV — None reported.

GirlsRegion IIBitburg 26, BFA 23Friday at Kandern, GermanyBitburg ....... 10 4 8 4—26Black Forest Academy .......5 6 12 0—23Scoring — Bitburg: Brianna Lackey 10, Michelle Morrison 6, Lamonica Williams 4; BFA: Amy Dominguez 7, Michaella Fortune 6, Brianne Riffe 4. Noteworthy — According to BFA coach Daniel Tebbe, Bitburg claimed its first victory of the season behind 10 rebounds from Williams, 5 rebounds from Morrison and 4 steals by Lackey. Hannah Kuehn led BFA with 7 rebounds, Fortune added 6 rebounds, and Dominguez pulled off 7 steals. JV — None reported.

BFA 29, Bitburg 26Saturday at Kandern, GermanyBitburg ....... 5 6 5 10—26Black Forest Academy ....... 3 8 10 8—29Scoring — Bitburg: Williams 12, Lackey 10, Isabella Madamba 3; BFA: Fortune 10, Natalie Bertrand 6, Dominguez 4. Noteworthy — Tebbe reported 13 rebounds for Fortune, 7 rebounds and 5 steals for Kuehn and 4 steals for Dominguez. Lackey, who pulled off 4 steals, and Jessica Koehnie led Bitburg’s rebounding with 3 each. Records — BFA improved to 2-6 overall and in Region II. Bitburg is 1-9, 1-5. JV — None reported.

WrestlingRamstein 319, Bitburg 143, Wiesbaden 126, SHAPE 83.5, AFNORTH 61Saturday at Chievres, Belgium106 pounds — 1, Steven Cavanaugh (Rams); 2, Kyle Shaver (Bitb); 3, Alex Nguyen (SHP); 4, Conner Moore (Rams)113 — Unavailable120 — Unavailable126 — 1, Dane Robbins (Bitb); 2, Adam Franz (Rams); 3, Brendan Sturman (Wies); 4, Karl Kristensen (SHP)132 — 1, Matthew Lengyel (SHP); 2, Damian Sotelo (Bitb); 3, Joe Spiszer (Wies); 4, T.J. Moore (Rams)138 — 1, Bryan Caldwell (Rams); 2, Nick Friese (AFN); 3, Stephen Carlson (Bitb); 4, Samuel Friday (Rams)145 — 1, Brandon Furtado (Rams); 2, John Spiszer (Wies); 3, Larry Jackson (Bitb); 4, Riley Pickering (Wies)152 — 1, Dylan Sharpy (Rams); 2, Eric Carter (Rams); 3, Jordan Freeman (Wies); 4, Michael Malmquist (SHP)160 — 1, L.J. Downey (Bitb); 2, Nickolas Bradley (Rams); 3, Galen McCarver (Rams); 4, Josiah Vivero (Rams)170 — Unavailable182 — Unavailable195 — Unavailable220 — 1, Austin Schmidt (Bitb); 2, William Heiges (Wies); 3, Anthony Zaferis (Rams); 4, Luke Narug (AFN)285 — Unavailable


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