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Vilseck's Terron Sizemore, right, blocks a shot by Kaiserslautern's Eril Santiago at Vogelweh, Germany, on Friday, Dec. 1, 2017. Vilseck lost 83-44.<br>Michael B. Keller/Stars and Stripes

Clear favorites separate themselves before tourneys begin

The DODEA-Europe boys basketball title reigns of Ramstein, Black Forest Academy and Sigonella are at risk this week as the four-day European basketball championships play out at sites around Wiesbaden, Germany. The tournament opens Wednesday and concludes with a slate of divisional championship games Saturday at Clay Kaserne Fitness Center.


Boys basketball roundup

Wiesbaden, Ramstein enter tourney tied atop D-I

Warriors and Royals sport 10-2 marks and should enter championships as co-favorites for big schools title.


Girls basketball roundup

Stuttgart gets narrow wins to end regular season on win streak

Defending champion Panthers finish regular season in second behind unbeaten Naples heading into season-ending championships.

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Wrestlers' top goal: Be on the mat late Saturday

The Stuttgart Panthers are hoping to fend off the hard-charging Ramstein Royals and extend their Division I dynasty, Aviano is a solid bet to defend its Division II crown and Munich International’s duo of title contenders might be enough to top Division III.



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