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AOSR 50, Vicenza 39 (Friday at Amer. Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........6 6 16 11—39AOSR..........12 13 8 17—50Top scorers-Vicenza: Xavier Taylor 30; American Overseas School of Rome: Carlo Burci 14.

AOSR 53, Vicenza 13(Saturday at Amer. Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........4 2 7 0—13AOSR..........11 16 23 3—53Scoring ended with 6:38 left in 4th quarter by DODDS-Europe 40-point courtesy ruleTop scorers-Vicenza unavailable; AOSR: Burci 19.

Aviano 50, Milan 10(Friday at Milan)Aviano..........24 20 5 1—50Milan..........6 2 0 2—10Top scorers-Aviano: Andre Dean 15, Chris Carthon 10, Jamal Tuck 9, Jon Anderson 8; Milan: Alberto Frezza 2, Phil Muller 2, Jung-Min Lee 2, Phil Mohsene 2.Noteworthy-Dean had 5 steals and 4 assists in American Schools in Italy League victory for the Saints. Carthon registered 6 rebounds, 4 blocks and 3 assists; Anderson 8 rebounds and Tuck 5 rebounds.

Aviano 56, Livorno 27(Saturday at Milan)Aviano..........19 17 12 8—56Livorno..........2 5 4 16—27Top scorers-Aviano: Dean 12, Tuck 10, Carthon 8, Anderson 6; Livorno: Luca Salerno 10, Will Bennis 8.Noteworthy-Carthon had 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists; Dean added 4 assists and 3 steals; Anderson 8 rebounds and 3 assists, and Tuck 6 rebounds and 2 assists, McNeely reported. Aviano is 2-0.

Naples 58, Sigonella 18(Friday at Naples)Sigonella..........8 8 2—18Naples..........27 23 8—58Scoring ended with 7:04 left in 3rd period by 40-point courtesy ruleTop scorers-Sigonella: Unavailable; Naples: B.J. Taylor 17, Denver Arreola 13.

Sigonella 47, Marymount 6(Saturday at Naples)Sigonella..........24 19 4—47Marymount..........2 2 2— 6Scoring ended with 5:22 to play in 3rd quarter by DODDS-Europe 40-point courtesy rule. Other details unavailable.

Naples 55, Marymount 7(Saturday at Naples)Marymount..........2 5— 7Naples..........26 29—55Scoring ended by 40-point courtesy rule in 2nd period. Other details unavailable.

Nonconference

Ansbach 56, Vilseck 43(Friday at Vilseck)Ansbach..........8 16 16 16—56Vilseck..........10 10 12 11—43Top scorers-Ansbach: Adrion Shack 16, Xavier Sheppard 11, Charles Butler 8, Storm Freeman 8; Vilseck: Kollin Jordan 15, Ronnie Turner 10, Earl Jefferson 9.Noteworthy-Jordan had 10 rebounds.

Vilseck 46, Ansbach 43(Saturday at Ansbach)Vilseck..........16 5 9 16—46Ansbach..........11 9 7 16—43Top scorers-Vilseck: Turner 20, Jordan 9, Chris Lewis 9; Ansbach: Shack 13, John Willis 8, Freeman 8.Noteworthy-11 rebounds and 10 steals for Lewis, 10 rebounds for Jordan and 9 rebounds for Freeman.

Lakenheath 52, London Central 43(Friday at High Wycombe, England)Lakenheath..........16 9 12 15—52London Central..........10 9 12 12—43Top scorers-Lakenheath: Carl Snapp 18, Taiyo Robertson 10, Eddie Alford 8, David Eargle 8; London Central: Steve Dyson 14, Frank Augusto 10, Travis Bandoh 8, Devin Kirkbride 6, Michael Regan 5.Noteworthy-Dyson grabbed 9 rebounds and Augusto and Regan 7 each for London Central.

Hohenfels 49, Mannheim 43(Friday at Hohenfels)Mannheim..........4 14 15 10—43Hohenfels..........13 10 9 17—49Top scorers-Mannheim: Courtney Wicks 23, Anthony Cook 8, Kevin Brown 6; Hohenfels: B.J. Denson 23, Anthony Marshall 9, Kenny Oberlin 6.Noteworthy-Marshall had 11 rebounds and 4 blocked shots, Ray Odum 8 rebounds and Denson 9 rebounds and 6 steals. Brown posted 9 rebound and Cook 8 for Mannheim, which got 6 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 blocks from Wicks.JV-Hohenfels 47, Mannheim 17

Hohenfels 48, Mannheim 33(Saturday at Hohenfels)Mannheim..........4 5 10 14—33Hohenfels..........7 16 13 12—48Top scorers-Mannheim: A. Cook 13, Brown 10, Daunte Cook 5; Hohenfels: Marshall 17, Denson 11, Marcus Gaddy 6.Noteworthy-Denson led all rebounders with 9, Marshall had 8 rebounds along with 5 steals and 3 blocks. Odum added 5 rebounds for Hoehnfels. Wicks led Mannheim with 8 rebounds; Brown grabbed 6 and A. Cook 5.JV-Hohenfels 34, Mannheim 25

Bamberg 50, Patch 20(Friday at Bamberg)Patch..........6 0 2 12—20Bamberg..........15 6 12 17—50Top scorers-Patch: Tyler Armstrong 7, Ivan Nakoneczny 6; Bamberg: Josh Frank 13, Dillon Baker 11, Dwight Richardson 9, Marvin Gholston 8, Josh Robinson 4.Noteworthy-Baker led all rebounders with 9; Gholston added 8 and Frank 7 for Bamberg. Nakoneczny had 8 rebounds and Armstrong 7 for Patch.JV-Bamberg 46, Patch 17

Bamberg 52, Patch 29(Saturday at Bamberg)Patch..........3 11 6 13—33Bamberg..........19 15 14 4—52Top scorers-Patch: Jeff Horsley 8, Justin Phelps 7, Armstrong 7, Brandon Perry 6; Bamberg: Richardson 17, Frank 11, Baker 9, Nick Bookout 6, Robinson 3, Gholston 2.Noteworthy-Horsley led all rebounders with 9; his teammate Perry added 7. Bamberg got 7 rebounds each from Richardson and Gholston and 6 each from Frank and Baker.

Kaiserslautern 47, AFNORTH 34(Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands; details unavailable)

Kaiserslautern 66, AFNORTH 37(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands; details unavailable)

Wiesbaden 61, BFA 53(Friday at Wiesbaden)Black Forest Academy..........10 13 9 21—53Wiesbaden..........12 20 18 11—61Top scorers-Black Forest Academy: Nicky Holland 13, Billy Reed 8, Ben Arendt 8, Andy Olsen 8; Wiesbaden: Terrell Harper 16, Bryce Lee 13.Noteworthy-Harper led all rebounders with 16; David Cheon had 5 for BFA.JV-Wiesbaden 37, BFA 18

Wiesbaden 74, BFA 61(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Black Forest Academy..........17 8 20 16—61Wiesbaden..........17 14 25 18—74Top scorers-Black Forest Academy: Arendt 17, Holland 13, Nathan Krause 10; Wiesbaden: Harper 21, Lee 12, Julian James 10.Noteworthy-8 rebounds for Wiesbaden's Dominique Gowens. Harper had 6.JV-Wiesbaden 45, BFA 24

Baumholder 61, Giessen 59(Saturday at Baumholder)Giessen..........20 14 13 12—59Baumholder..........15 22 14 10—61Top scorers-Giessen: D.J. George 22, C.J. Battle 14, Lester Banks 10; Baumholder: Sonny Clark 17, Rashad Taylor 11, C.J. Roberts 10, True Davis 10.Noteworthy-George sank 6 3-pointers for Giessen, which got 7 rebounds from Rico Rawls, 6 from Banks, and 5 from Battle. Taylor had 9 rebounds and Clark, who had 4 rebounds, drew 3 charging fouls.JV-Baumholder 43, Giessen 26

Heidelberg 59, Bitburg 50(Saturday at Bitburg)Heidelberg..........14 16 17 12—59Bitburg..........9 14 9 18—50Top scorers-Heidelberg: Shon Fisher 12, Dominique Simon 12, Ryan Brlecic 11; Bitburg: Josh Collett 16, John Collett 16, Chad Roberson 10.Noteworthy-Simon and Brlecic each had 10 rebounds for Heidelberg, which got 8 assists, 7 rebounds and 5 steals from Fisher. Sid Banks made 3 steals for Bitburg, which got 7 rebounds from Roberson and 5 from Josh Collett.JV-Bitburg 27, Heidelberg 22.

London Central 50, Lakenheath 33(Saturday at Lakenheath)London Central..........5 17 18 10—50Lakenheath..........9 15 4 8—33Top scorers-London Central: David Marbury 23, Frank Augusto 11, Steven Dyson 8, Travis Brandon 6, Devin Kirkbride 2; Lakenheath: Carl Snapp 10, Eddie Alfrod 9, David Eargle 5.Noteworthy-Marbury had 12 rebounds and 2 blocks, his teammate Augusto 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals.JV-Lakenheath JV 33, Menwith Hill varsity 30Noteworthy-Mark De La Cruz hit a 3-pointer with 1.6 seconds to play for winning margin.

Girls basketballItaly

AOSR 44, Vicenza 39(Friday at Amer. Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........16 6 4 13—39AOSR..........10 8 14 12—44Top scorers-Vicenza: Chaliera Gilbert 27; American Overseas School of Rome: Sydney Cowan 15, Lisa Begusch 12.

Vicenza 50, AOSR 24(Saturday at Amer. Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........12 10 10 18—50AOSR..........6 10 4 4—24Top scorers-Vicenza: Gilbert 41; American Overseas School of Rome: Unavailable.

Naples 50, Marymount 23(Friday at Naples)Marymount..........4 2 5 12—23Naples..........11 9 19 12—51Top scorers-Marymount International of Rome: Elena Carrarini 9, Rei Searle 4, Alexandra Fernandez 4; Naples: Nyrika Davis 19, Darion Moon 15, Maretie Wagner 7, Stevie Nocol 6.

Naples 51, Sigonella 11(Saturday at Naples)Sigonella..........6 3 2—11Naples..........23 14 14—51Scoring ended in third quarter because of DODDS-Europe 40-point courtesy rule.Top scorers-Sigonella (first names unavailable): Rudil 10, Bagley 9; Naples: Davis 23, Moon 20, Wagner 8.Noteworthy-Naples is 2-0 in American Schools in Italy League play.

Aviano 42, Milan 6(Friday at Milan)Aviano..........8 10 16 8—42Milan..........2 2 2 0— 6Top scorers-Aviano: Cheri McNeely 14, Brittany Patrick 12; Milan: Unavailable.Noteworthy-McNeely blocked 7 shots and stole the ball 4 times. Patrick grabbed 8 rebounds.

Aviano 47, Milan 22(Saturday at Milan)Aviano..........6 12 23 6—47Milan..........6 4 8 4—22Top scorers-Aviano: McNeely 19, Patrick 11; Milan: Unavailable.Noteworthy-Aviano claimed ASIL victory behind 9 blocks by McNeely, 6 blocks by Patrick and 5 steals by Jenna Sobel. The Saints are 2-0 overall and 1-0 in league play.

Nonconference

Kaiserslautern 40, AFNORTH 6(Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Kaiserslautern..........14 7 11 8—40AFNORTH..........0 0 0 6— 6Top scorers-Kaiserslautern: Samantha Moreno 10, Liana Knight 9, Brittany Smith 8; AFNORTH: Jazmin Miller 2, Felicia Jones 2, Devora Ortega 2.

Kaiserslautern 32, AFNORTH 16(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Kaiserslautern..........7 7 10 8—32AFNORTH..........2 6 5 3—16Top scorers-Kaiserslautern: Smith 17; AFNORTH: Ortega 9.

Brussels 24, ISB 13(Friday at Int’l School of Brussels)Brussels..........9 4 5 6—24Int'l. Schl. of Brussels..........7 2 2 2—13Top scorers-Brussels: Reliesha Burns 11, Elizabeth McVicker 6, Kaitlyn Oppenheim 5, Caitlin Quinn 2; International School of Brussels: Marcy Kubis 7, Yuki Akiyama 4, Samantha Rosen 2.Noteworthy-Quinn posted 8 assists, and Burns had 12 rebounds, Oppenheim 7 and Quinn 4 for Brussels.

Lakenheath 50, London Central 16(Friday at High Wycombe, England)Lakenheath..........12 16 10 12—50London Central..........3 0 7 6—16Top scorers-Lakenheath: Takeia Wallace 17, Angelia Gafford 10, Anne Keenan 8; London Central: Geena Milho 6, Felicia Bennett 4.Noteworthy-Wallace had 8 rebounds and Erica Turner 4 steals for Lakenheath; Bennett and Milho each had 5 rebounds and 5 steals for London Central. Milho's points came on two 3-point shots.

Lakenheath 50, London Central 31(Saturday at Lakenheath)London Central..........9 7 11 4—31Lakenheath..........12 15 11 12—50Top scorers-London Central: Geena Milho 15, Felicia Bennett 10, Holly Goldie 5; Lakenheath: Angelia Gafford 15, Tekeia Wallace 9, Anne Kennan 8.Noteworthy-Wallace and Keenan each had 11 rebounds. Gafford added 10 for Lakenheath, which got 6 assists and 6 rebounds from Alex Hampton. Milho had 9 rebounds and Bennett 9 steals for London Central.JV-Menwith Hill varsity 31, Lakenheath JV 14 (Friday); Menwith Hill varsity 16, Lakenheath JV 14 (Saturday).

Wiesbaden 25, BFA 19(Friday at Wiesbaden)Black Forest Academy..........3 4 7 5—19Wiesbaden..........5 11 6 3—25Top scorers-Black Forest Academy: Stephanie Zub 6, Jessie Hawkins 4, Alyssa Krause 4; Wiesbaden: Nancy Jensen 8, Katie Foxworth 5.Noteworthy-Shirtora Satterwhite led Wiesbaden with 6 rebounds. Jensen added 5 rebounds and Foxworth pulled off 5 steals. Anne McClary led BFA with 8 rebiounds; Hawkins and Zub each grabbed 5.JV-BFA 24, Wiesbaden 5.

BFA 38, Wiesbaden 33 (OT)(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Black Forest Academy..........10 6 9 7 6—38Wiesbaden..........8 4 8 12 1—33Top scorers-Black Forest Academy: Zub 13, Krause 8; Wiesbaden: Monique Hall 8, Lauren Hodge 7, Lakendra Washington 7.Noteworthy-Washington had 9 rebounds and Hodge 8 for Wiesbaden; Zub had 7 rebounds for BFA, which got 4 steals from Krause.

Ramstein 60, Bitburg 24(Friday at Bitburg)Ramstein..........19 16 17 8—60Bitburg..........10 8 4 2—24Top scorers-Ramstein: Kendra Lenoir 22, Kaylen Bannister 9, Sierra Stayberg 8; Bitburg: Danyel Robinson 11, Vanessa Lee 8.Noteworthy-Brandy Hale had 8 rebounds for Ramstein, which got 7 rebounds from Bannister and 6 rebounds and 3 assists from Lenoir. Bitburg got 3 rebounds each from Robinson, Lee and Jennica Botonis.JV-Ramstein 17, Bitburg 7

Heidelberg 29, Bitburg 28(Saturday at Bitburg)Heidelberg..........7 8 9 5—29Bitburg..........6 12 5 5—28Top scorers-Heidelberg: Shae Rogers 7, Caitlyn Donnelly 7, Jessica Blanks 6; Bitburg: Robinson 10, Lee 9, Botonis 6.Noteworthy-Deandra Rogers had 10 rebounds and Ellen Tolsma 9 for Heidelberg, which got a winning jump shot with four seconds left from Shae Rogers. Corinne Payne made 6 steals for the Heidelberg. Ashlyn Marra had 10 rebounds for Bitburg.JV-Bitburg 24, Heidelberg 16

Hohenfels 40, Mannheim 21(Friday at Hohenfels)Mannheim..........4 5 3 9—21Hohenfels..........6 16 12 6—40Top scorers-Mannheim: Daishe Jackson 8, Trishia Smith 4, Lauren Elder 3; Hohenfels: Mica Nicholson 12, Vanessa Turner 10, Brittany Merriweather 7.Noteworthy-Nicholson had 10 steals for Hohenfels, which got 5 rebounds each from Nicholson, Turner and Kim Howard. Smith pulled down 13 rebounds for Mannheim.JV-Hohenfels 10, Mannheim 6 (2 quarters)

Hohenfels 37, Mannheim 19(Saturday at Hohenfels)Mannheim..........3 2 6 8—19Hohenfels..........8 5 15 9—37Top scorers-Mannheim: Alexa Gomez 6, Smith 4; Hohenfels: Turner 21, Nicholson 8.Noteworthy-Nicholson had 8 steals, Turner 8 rebounds and Sho Note Davis 7 rebounds of Hohenfels.

Patch 36, Bamberg 25(Friday at Bamberg)Patch..........13 6 12 5—36Bamberg..........3 3 10 9—25Top scorers-Patch: Kasy'e Lalau 14, Dani Thomas 9, Brittany Phillips 4; Bamberg: Jenna Cepe 8, Patricia Payton 7, Vanessa Hernandez 4.Noteworthy-Lalau had 27 rebounds. Thomas added 12 and Alex McGee 7. Cepe made 9 steals for Bamberg, which got 8 rebounds each from Payton and Belinda Zapata and 6 from Cepe.JV-Bamberg 10, Patch 7

Patch 35, Bamberg 17(Saturday at Bamberg)Patch..........6 9 8 12—35Bamberg..........5 3 3 6—17Top scorers-Patch: Lalau 13, Thomas 10, Phillips 4; Bamberg: Cepe 6, Danielle Witter 6, Zapata 3.Noteworthy-Lalau had 23 rebounds, McGee had 9 and Thomas had 8. MeGee made 6 assists. Bamberg got 10 rebounds from Payton, 8 from Zapata and 5 from Cepe, who pulled off 7 steals.

Giessen 49, Baumholder 38(Saturday at Baumholder)Giessen..........7 12 17 13—49Baumholder..........8 12 10 8—38Top scorers-Giessen: Elisha Darby 20, Amanda Gray 11, Tiana Benjamin 10; Baumholder: Jasmine Buchanan 18, Sharena Cabrera 6, Kendall Williams 4.Noteworthy-14 rebounds and 6 steals for Giessen's Benjamin, 10 rebounds for Giessen's Kylie Klenk and 4 steals for Gray. Baumholder got 12 rebounds from Williams and 9 from Tiffany Guyette.

Vilseck 62, Ansbach 36(Friday at Vilseck)Ansbach..........0 10 12 14—36Vilseck..........19 8 22 13—62Top scorers-Ansbach: Amber Mack 24; Vilseck: Ashley Hicks 20, Alania McKinnis 12, Shamyra Coleman 11.Noteworthy-Jackie Pohl had a game-high 14 rebounds for Ansbach; Hicks grabbed 12 for Vilseck, which got 7 assists from Cathy Dela Rosa.JV-Vilseck 19, Ansbach 9

Vilseck 53, Ansbach 24(Saturday at Ansbach)Vilseck..........14 16 15 8—53Ansbach..........6 2 13 3—24Top scorers-Vilseck: Delar Rosa 16, Hicks 13; Ansbach: Carmen Hill 8.Noteworthy-Hicks had 11 rebounds to lead Vilseck; Coleman added 8 and McKinnis 7. Pohl claimed 11 rebounds for Ansbach and Katie Kimmel 8.JV-Ansbach 16, Vilseck 11.

MarksmanshipNorthwest Conference(Saturday at Baumholder)Team scoring-Giessen 1,197; Hanau 1,196; Heidelberg 1,082; Baumholder 1,015.Top scorersOverall-1, Kaddie Lausier (Gies) 260 out of 300; 2, Sascha Braizer (Gies) 257; 3, Giovenni Vidal (Han) 249.Prone-1 (tie), Lausier and Bennie Hillman (Gies) 96 each of 100; 3, Zachary Campbell (Gies) 93.Standing-1, Braizer, 82 of 100; 2, Caitlin Barrow (Heid) 81; 3, John Grant (Han) 80.Kneeling-1, Grant, 88 of 100; 2, Lausier, 86; 3, (tie) Hillman, Braizer, Campbell and Austin Strickland (Baum) 84 each.

Central Conference(Saturday at Würzburg)Team scoring-Würzburg 1,362; Patch 1,330; Mannheim 1,288; Ansbach 1,220Top scorersOverall-Brenna Goodman (Wzbg) 281 of 300.Prone-Chastyn Anglesey (Patch) 98 of 100.Kneeling-Anglesey and Leah Lynch (Patch) 94 each of 100.Standing-Goodman, 91 of 100.

Southeast Conference(Saturday at Bamberg)Team scoring-Hohenfels 1,357; Vilseck 1,192; Vicenza 1,150; Bamberg 751.Top scorersOverall-Sonny Petery (Hoh) 277 of 300.Prone-Petery, 99 of 100Standing-Petery 87 of 100Kneeling-Christina Thapvongsa (Hoh) 94.

WrestlingAt Menwith Hill(Saturday)Team scoring-London Central 50, Lakenheath 38.5, Alconbury 26.5, Menwith Hill 21, The American School in London 3.103 pounds-1, Shota Bauer (LC); 2, Nick Geronimo (Alc).112-1, Derek Franco (Lake); 2, David Sessions (Alc); 3, Joe Anderson (Alc).119-1, Damon Dennis (LC); 2, (tie) Austin Hill (Alc) and Jordan Castillo (Lake)125-1, Hugh Borchers (LC); 2, Alex Ham (LC); 3, Jaynese Maldonado (LC)130-1, Damon Hoffman (Lake); 2, Will Flores (LC); 3 (tie) James Denzine (LC) and Daniel Kent (Lake)135-None140-1, Chris Brew (MH); 2, Connor Kelley (Lake); 3, Robbie Gonzales (LC)145-1, Jesse Best (MH); 2, Gabe Quinto (LC); 3, James Reese (Lake)152-1, Kendrick Collins (Alc); 2, Lance Beissner (Lake); 3, Patrick Roberts (MH)160-1, Alec Moore (Lake); 2, Travis Thibeault (Lake); 3, Brad Yates (Alc)171-1, Alex Cook (LC); 2, Luis Trujillo (Alc); 3, Kolton McMahon (ASL)189-1, Doug Bagnall (Alc); 2, Sean Gersham (Lake)215-1, Ivan Linatoc (LC)275-1, Matt New (MH)

At AvianoTeam scoring-Naples 132, Vicenza 113, Aviano 83, American Overseas School of Rome 39, Sigonella 28103 pounds-1, Logan Porchie (Napl); 2, Brett Gilbert (Sig); 3, Nico Rosal (AOSR); 4, Dar Cohen (AOSR.112-1, Kyle Hinton (Vicz); 2, Taylor Tsuzinsky (Vicz); 3, Sarah Datin (AOSR).119-1, David Moore (Napl); 2, Shawn Mahaded (Vicz); 3, Todd Bow (Sig)125-1, Chris Campos (Napl); 2, Marc Bowman (Vicz); 3, Dan Crusellas (Napl); 4, Brandon Hiogstan (Napl)130-1, Dalton Hager (Avi); 2, Zach Bishop (Vicz); 3, Courtney Pietzak (Avi); 4, Tynal Olonan (Napl)135-1, Gary Vogt (Avi); 2, Ryan Lastella (Napl); 3, James Kuzmich (Napl); 4, Taylor White (Napl)140-1, Shane Hinton (Vicz); 2, Justin Iseminger (Avi); 3, Gavin Moorefield (Napl); 4, Garrett McNeil (Napl)145-1, J.B. Bender (Avi); 2, Tyler Hall (Napl); 3, Ben Vonderhaar (Sig); 4, Krystal Landreth (Avi)152-1, Kyle Stammer (Vicz); 2, Jason Datlin (AOSR); 3, Jacob Fortunas (AOSR)160-1, Kyle Kaus (Vicz); 2, Dante Rankin (Avi); 3, Patrick Bow (Napl); 4, Giancarlo Greager (AOSR)171-1, Zach Main (Napl); 2, Stephen King (Vicz); 3, Brandon Auck (Avi); 4, Lloyd Swede (Avi)189-1, Kiko Bratcher (Napl); 2, Chris Bell (Vicz); 3, David Torregrossa (AOSR); 4, Brigham Guerts (Sig)215-1, Mitchell Marzaili (Napl); 2, Vincent Tucker (Napl); 3, David Sherrick (Vicz); 4, Anthony McKeown (Sig)275-1, Antonio Olivas (Avi); 2, Dallas Cagle (Napl); 3, Greg Monteleone (Napl)

At BrusselsTeam scoring-Ramstein 193, Brussels 103.5, AFNORTH 99.5, SHAPE 69, Bitburg 59103 pounds-1, J.J. Donahue (AFN); 2, Sik Colton (Bitb); 3, Garrett Ventrice (Rams); 4, Daniel Amezola (Rams).112-1, Jerry Archuleta (Bitb); 2, Kenny Cavanaugh (Rams); 3, Mike Ryan (Brus)119-1, Daniel Paige (Rams); 2, Andrew Clayburn (Brus); 3, Madison Battersby (Brus); 4, Grady McQuillan (AFN)125-1, Jacob Janeczko (Rams); 2, Nathan Lorei (Brus)130-1, Kristopher Higgins (AFN); 2, Paul Moseman (Brus); 3, Ben Meyer (Rams); 4, Aaron Ellis (Brus)135-1, Nate Buckley (Brus); 2, Trey Fortunato (Rams); 3, Konner Higgins (AFN); 4, Matthew Gohl (Bitb)140-1, Emmanuel Ruiz (AFN); 2, Dan Reeves (Rams)145-1, Michael Class (SHP)152-1, Jon Peden (Rams); 2, Jeremiah Raveling (Rams); 3, Jamie Watts (Bitb); 4, Kirk Acevedo (Rams)160-1, Sean McLachlan (Rams); 2, Daniel Renaud (Bitbi); 3, David Lock (Rams); 4, Daniel Demers (Bitb)171-1, Brock Blankenship (AFN); 2, John Kilroy (Brus); 3, Ignaico Villaneuva (SHP); 4, Darin Fomin (Rams)189-1, Corey Targos (Rams); 2, Nick Letsios (SHP); 3, Josh Hoeft (Rams); 4, Andrew Moyseowicz (Brus)215-1, Eric Oyan (Rams); 2, Johnny Fitzgerald (SHP); 3, Eddy Lott (Rams); 4, Jon Sellers (Rams)275-1, Michael Kelly (Rams)

Heidelberg hexagonal(Saturday)Team scoring-None. Teams participating were Baumholder, Hanau, Heidelberg, Kaiserslautern, Mannheim and Wiesbaden.103 pounds-1, Jonathan Bradley (Mann); 2, Scott Richardson (Baum); 3, Ty Yocum (Kais); 4, Leon Tillman (Heid).112-1, Kuani Tillman (Heid); 2, Edgar Acosta (Baum); 3, Eddie Quintero (Han); 4, Andrew Quinn (Wies).119-1, Zachary West (Heid); 2, Rami Achmar (Heid); 3, Tyler Henry (Kais); 4, Jerry David Hall (Baum).125-1, David Crow (Baum); 2, Chris Spencer (Wies); 3, Jeremiah McGhee (Wies); 4, Jabb Bumanglag (Han).130-1, Andrew Moon (Heid); 2, Paul Hogan (Kais); 3, Alex Frasier (Wies); 4, Luke Braunlich (Kais).135-1, Logan Peter (Han); 2, Keats Powell (Wies); 3, Nik Yocum (Kais); 4, Dimitri Sefrin (Heid).140-1, Chris Lucynski (Kais); 2, Jon Hoffman (Heid); 3, David Butler (Han); 4, Mike Collier (Han).145-1, Ron Peebles (Wies); 2, Patrick Knight (Wies); 3, Travis Mitchell (Gies); 4, Reuben Hemmer (Han).152-1, Jesus Lagares (Wies); 2, Adam Harper (Kais); 3, Joel Nordstrom (Heid); 4, Seth Seibel (Heid).160-1, Steven Ponte (Wies); 2, Brock Burns (Gies); 3, Richard Nelson (Han); 4, Chris Huckeba (Wies).171-1, Gabe Williams (Han); 2, K.C. Brown (Gies); 3, Josiah Rayls (Han); 4, Joseph Craig (Heid).189-1, John Christensen (Wies); 2, Micah Williams (Han); 3, Derek Mundt (Baum); 4, Brian Schorn (Kais).215-1, William Domko (Heid); 2, Derek Neville (Han); 3, Eric Canipe (Heid); 4, Ben Jonathan Stevens (Kais).275-1, Sasha Chavez (Kais); 2, E.J. Watson (Wies); 3, Greg Gonzalez (Wies); 4, Jason Stanley (Baum).Noteworthy-Fastest fall by Hanau’s Williams, 14 seconds. Most falls in least time posted by Hanau’s Mundt, 4 in 6:37.

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