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Kaiserslautern's Ronin Sherman pitches during the DODEA-Europe Division I baseball championship at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, on Saturday, May 26, 2018.<br>Michael B. Keller/Stars and Stripes

Defending champs face an array of hungry contenders

Two vulnerable defending champions and fields of highly qualified contenders should make for a fascinating DODEA-Europe baseball season, opening this weekend at sites across Germany, Italy and Belgium.


Soccer roundup

Warriors show little mercy to visitors from Vilseck

Warrior boys cruise to 7-1 victory after girls debut with an 11-1 triumph over Falcons.


Boys soccer preview

Defending champs face stiff challenges

Defending champions Kaiserslautern, AFNORTH and Brussels face significant threats to their title reigns as the 2019 DODEA-Europe boys soccer season opens this weekend.

Girls soccer preview

Three divisional races have different storylines

Stuttgart will enter 2019 a strong favorite for another repeat. Two-time champion D-II champion Spangdahlem moved to Division III and squares off against defending champ Alconbury.


Fielding leaves DODEA-Europe an all-time wrestling great

Stuttgart senior Benjamin Fielding named DODEA-Europe wrestling Athlete of the Year.


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