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Swimmers leave legacies in EFSL championships

Stuttgart walked away with a combined medal count of 96 with 37 gold, 37 silver and 22 bronze. The Kaiserslautern Kingfish followed closely with 78 medals: 33 gold, 25 silver and 20 bronze.

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Ramstein's Naser Eaves, left, goes up for a shot over Wiesbaden's Joshua Osakwe during the DODEA-Europe Division I championship in Wiesbaden, Germany, on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. Ramstein defeated Wiesbaden 48-46 to win the title.<br>Michael B. Keller/Stars and Stripes

Ramstein holds off Wiesbaden to win third straight

A potential Warrior game-winning, buzzer-beating three-pointer bounced around the rim and fell away, taking the Warriors’ hopes of the school’s first boys hoops title since 1999 with it.

D-II girls final

BFA earns second straight title by topping Bitburg

After falling behind 15-12 in the third quarter, the Falcons scored the game’s final nine points, shutting down the Barons with a stifling full-court press.

D-III boys final

Jaguars top Ansbach to sweep small-school contests

Sigonella's Aaron Jacobs and Alex Ogletree combine to rally team past Cougars.

D-III girls final

Sigonella breaks through for championship

Jaguars had lost title game three straight times, but hold off cold-shooting Baumholder for victory.

Swimmers take to pool to find out who's the best in Europe

The annual European Forces Swim League championships began as usual with a big splash as 456 swimmers from 18 teams across 11 countries dove in Saturday to prove who was the best in their age groups.

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