Gregory Broome

Hohenfels starts slowly, ends strongly against Baumholder

Host Baumholder led 12-0 at halftime on a pair of first-quarter touchdowns by Wilbur Turgeon.

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Volleyball preview

Realignment creates new opportunities

The effects of this summer’s DODEA-Europe realignment will be felt first on the volleyball court.

Warriors say they'll open it up again

Wiesbaden coach Steve Jewell announced plans to return this fall to the spread offense that fueled the Warriors’ string of championship-game appearances in recent years

Tennis preview

Champs as freshmen, duo will try to defend titles

Stuttgart’s Amar Tahirovic and Kaiserslautern’s Aiva Schmitz, each of whom seized singles titles last year in straight-set finals triumphs, return this fall as sophomores.

Benelux squads look to make noise in revamped divisions

AFNORTH seeks return to D-III title game, while SHAPE and Brussels hope for better seasons than a year ago.

Kaiserslautern looking to get off to a fast start

The Kaiserslautern Raiders made the most of their preseason, hosting three local German teams for tune-up games and tangling with Division I rivals Ramstein and Wiesbaden in a late-August scrimmage.

D-II/D-III football preview

Rivals eye champions’ depleted rosters in small school football leagues

The two divisions housing DODEA-Europe’s 12 smaller schools have undergone some major rearranging since last season

Admirals set for a bounce-back season in revamped D-II

The Rota Admirals took a step back from the DODEA-Europe Division II football championship scene last fall. But they don’t intend to stay on the fringes for long.

Stuttgart seeks to extend odd-year mastery

It’s rare for a DODEA-Europe football team to base its offense around the passing game. But the Stuttgart Panthers field a rare football program.

After time to adjust, Baumholder seeks six-man breakout

There’s a learning curve involved in the transition from 11-man to six-man football. The Baumholder Bucs hope they’re approaching a straightaway in that process this season.

Spangdahlem getting set for new brand of football

The Sentinels, among DODEA-Europe’s most accomplished and consistently successful football programs, are playing six-man football this fall.