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Hohenfels’ Mica Nicholson, left, and Hanau’s Emily Morris fight for a loose ball during a DODDS-Europe high school basketball game in Hanau on Saturday. Hanau defeated Hohenfels 48-21.
Hohenfels’ Mica Nicholson, left, and Hanau’s Emily Morris fight for a loose ball during a DODDS-Europe high school basketball game in Hanau on Saturday. Hanau defeated Hohenfels 48-21. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Hohenfels’ Mica Nicholson, left, and Hanau’s Emily Morris fight for a loose ball during a DODDS-Europe high school basketball game in Hanau on Saturday. Hanau defeated Hohenfels 48-21.
Hohenfels’ Mica Nicholson, left, and Hanau’s Emily Morris fight for a loose ball during a DODDS-Europe high school basketball game in Hanau on Saturday. Hanau defeated Hohenfels 48-21. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Hanau’s LeKeisha Kinslow, right, grabs an offensive rebound between three Hohenfels defenders during a DODDS-Europe high school basketball game in Hanau on Saturday.
Hanau’s LeKeisha Kinslow, right, grabs an offensive rebound between three Hohenfels defenders during a DODDS-Europe high school basketball game in Hanau on Saturday. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

Dezira Manning took charge Saturday as Sigonella completed a two-day sweep of Naples with a 46-38 victory in American Schools in Italy League girls basketball.

Manning, who scored 22 points in Sigonella’s 50-41 nonconference victory over Naples on Friday night, scored 16 points and snared 20 rebounds in Saturday’s league victory.

Eight of Manning’s rebounds on Saturday came off the offensive glass.

The victories pushed Sigonella’s record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in league play and kept the Jaguars tied with Aviano for the league lead.

Aviano will host Sigonella on Feb. 3-4.

The losses were the first of the season for Naples (2-2, 1-1).

Vicenza 57-57, AOSR 29-19At Vicenza, newcomer Chakeira Gilbert, who scored 33 points last week in her DODDS-Europe debut, scored 41 points Friday and 39 on Saturday as the Cougars swept American Overseas School of Rome.

After four games, Gilbert, a sophomore who played in Texas as a freshman, is averaging 28.75 points per game. Her output has helped Vicenza to a 2-2 overall record, 1-1 in league play.

ISB 45-55, Wiesbaden 38-43At Wiesbaden, the International School of Brussels, which returned all five starters from last season’s team, bounced back from being swept at Kaiserslautern the last week to claim two victories.

The ISB sweep came despite 20- and 31-point efforts by Wiesbaden’s Brittany Harris and evened ISB’s league mark at 1-1.

Wiesbaden fell to 1-3 overall and 0-1 in Division I.

Patch 28-40, Bamberg 27-23At Bamberg, Kasy’e Lalau chalked up 20 rebounds and 13 blocks in Patch’s victory Friday and 18 rebounds and eight blocks in its triumph Saturday.

Baumholder 48-52, Ansbach 20-18At Baumholder, All-European Tish Schelhas scored 21 points Friday and 26 Saturday as unbeaten Baumholder dumped Ansbach twice.

Schelhas also stole the ball five times on Friday and seven times on Saturday.

Lakenheath 52-62, London Central 36-42At London Central, Angels Gafford broke loose for 23- and 26-point games as the Lancers swept their hosts.

The victories evened Lakenheath’s record at 2-2 going into the winter break.

Hanau 47-48, Hohenfels 26-21At Hanau, the defending European Division II champion Panthers continued their dominance of Division III-South teams with two victories over Hohenfels.

All-Europe guard Kyri Bye-Nagel did most of the damage for Hanau, which claimed large-margin victories the previous week at Bamberg. Bye-Nagel scored 14 points on Friday and 21 on Saturday.

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