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Gregory Broome

It's win now or miss playoffs for some teams

Only three weeks remain until the Super Six slate of divisional championship games scheduled for Nov. 3 at Kaiserslautern High School.

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Andrew packed a season's worth of highlights into a single game

He carried 12 times for 226 yards and four touchdowns, returned three kickoffs for touchdowns totaling 230 yards and returned an interception 55 yards for another touchdown.


Spangdahlem's switch to Division III shakes up small-school ranks

Spangdahlem will drop to Division III in all sports but football starting with this fall's DODEA-Europe championship events.


Ramstein, Stuttgart restoring lost volleyball dominance

The two storied programs, authors of Europe’s last two large-school dynasties in the sport, enter October with the last two undefeated records in Division I. But they won't see each other until the tournament.


Raiders triumph again to eye shot at postseason

Kaiserslautern is in second place with two games to play before four-team playoffs begin.


Ramstein girls, Wiesbaden boys dominate regular-season golf finale

The European golf championship meet, the first finals event of the 2018-19 DODEA-Europe school year, is scheduled for Oct. 10-11 at Rheinblick.


Naples DB guards one end zone while eyeing the other one

After years in the defensive secondary, Kellan Clark is approaching mastery of the complicated art of the position.


No forfeit, no make-up for canceled ISB-Aviano football game

The lost game on Sept. 8 could have a major impact on the Division II postseason race.


Small-school standbys Alconbury, Sigonella stay on the football sidelines

There were two notable omissions when DODEA-Europe relaunched Division III football this fall.


Bun-D a healthy option among Kaiserslautern community center’s fast-food eateries

I’m normally among the first to sample any new eateries around Vogelweh and Ramstein. I celebrated the debuts of Dunkin’ Donuts, Popeyes and P.F. Chang’s as I lamented the fiery demise of the parking-lot Burger King and the disappearance of Chili’s Too. I welcomed the expansion of Shawingz and Doener Time into Vogelweh’s Kazabra Club. I’m anxiously awaiting Boston Market’s attempt to succeed where Captain D’s failed and intend to contribute what I can to that success.


Preparation meets opportunity for Ramstein QB Steinbeck

The senior has stepped in seamlessly under center for the Ramstein varsity after an extended apprenticeship on the school’s JV team.