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Ramstein's Kyle Glenn slides into second base as Wiesbaden's Damian Pinion, center, waits for the throw and Finn Swafford watches the play at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, on Thursday, March 30, 2017.

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Just about everyone's a contender

The 2017 DODEA-Europe baseball championships, set to play out Thursday through Saturday at Kaiserslautern and Ramstein, Germany, have a very tough act to follow: the 2017 baseball regular season.


Girls DI final

Clutch-kicking Wiesbaden dethrones Stuttgart

Wiesbaden’s Peggy Mathis had played more than 100 minutes of soccer before she walked up to take what would be the final penalty kick of the 2017 DODEA-Europe Division I girls soccer championship game.


Boys DII final

Marymount defends title by downing Roman rival

The Marymount Royals officially reinstated their DODEA-Europe Division II boys soccer dynasty Saturday at Kaiserslautern High School, beating crosstown rival American Overseas School of Rome 3-2 in the first overtime period for their second straight championship and sixth in the last seven years.

Girls DII final

Bitburg climbs a step to top of podium

Speedy Bitburg striker Ashlynn Floyd, playing in her first DODEA-Europe girls’ soccer championships, was the difference Saturday for her side as the Barons rode Floyd’s finishing to a 2-0 win over the AFNORTH Lions.


Boys DIII final

Brussels shuts out Ansbach to take crown

The Brussels Brigands claimed the 2017 DODEA-Europe Division III boys soccer championship Saturday at Kaiserslautern High School, completing a dominant march through the small-school ranks with a 3-0 win over the Ansbach Cougars.


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