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Felicia Bennett (11) and a London Central teammate block Baumholder’s Mandy Hofmann on Saturday in Baumholder, Germany. Bennett led her team with 12 points, but London Central fell to Baumholder 66-33.
Felicia Bennett (11) and a London Central teammate block Baumholder’s Mandy Hofmann on Saturday in Baumholder, Germany. Bennett led her team with 12 points, but London Central fell to Baumholder 66-33. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Felicia Bennett (11) and a London Central teammate block Baumholder’s Mandy Hofmann on Saturday in Baumholder, Germany. Bennett led her team with 12 points, but London Central fell to Baumholder 66-33.
Felicia Bennett (11) and a London Central teammate block Baumholder’s Mandy Hofmann on Saturday in Baumholder, Germany. Bennett led her team with 12 points, but London Central fell to Baumholder 66-33. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Baumholder's Lamesha Hall steals the ball from a London Central player during Saturday's game in Baumholder.
Baumholder's Lamesha Hall steals the ball from a London Central player during Saturday's game in Baumholder. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Baumholder’s Kendall Williams gets ready to shoot during Saturday’s game against London Central in Baumholder, Germany. Williams led the Buccaneers with 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Baumholder’s Kendall Williams gets ready to shoot during Saturday’s game against London Central in Baumholder, Germany. Williams led the Buccaneers with 18 points and 10 rebounds. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

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At Vicenza, Italy, Chakeira Gilbert led the Lady Cougars to a sweep of defending European Division III champion Sigonella on Friday and Saturday.

Gilbert made four three-pointers on Friday in a 39-point outing that helped Vicenza to a 53-25 victory. She came back in Saturday’s American Schools in Italy League conference matchup to again sink four threes in a 25-point performance that fueled a 39-17 victory.

Tyler Rivers also found the range with the three-ball, sinking two each night in 10- and 12-point performances as the Lady Cougars upped their league record to 2-0 going into the holiday break.

Gilbert has scored 132 points in four games this season — a 33-point average — two each against the American Overseas School of Rome and Sigonella.

Sigonella, which got double-figure scoring from Jessica Bagley in both games, fell to 0-4 overall and 0-2 in ASIL play.

In other games:

Baumholder 66, London Central 33: On Saturday at Baumholder, Kendall Williams backed her game-high 18 points with 10 rebounds and five steals to lead the Lady Bucs to their second victory. Williams scored 17 in Friday’s 62-38 victory over London Central, enough to allow the Lady Bucs to survive 20 points, and 10 steals by London Central’s Felicia Bennett.

Menwith Hill 33, Brussels 31: Deseree Moore scored 12 points as the Lady Mustangs built a 10-point fourth-quarter lead and held off a rally by the visiting Lady Brigands, the defending European D-IV champions.

It was the first loss of the season for Brussels (4-1). The Lady Brigands go into the break tied with Menwith Hill for the III-North lead at 1-1.

Hanau 48, Ansbach 28: On Saturday at Ansbach, Faye Oloi scored 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as the Panthers evened their record at 2-2 and forged a two-game lead in the III-South conference race.

Oloi was coming off a 25-point effort in Friday’s 44-24 victory at Ansbach.

Ramstein 58, Kaiserslautern 49: On Friday at Kaiserslautern, Kendra Lenoir registered 17 points and 12 rebounds, and Kaylen Bannister added 12 points and 11 rebounds as the Lady Royals remained unbeaten with a nonconference victory over the defending European Division I champions.

Ramstein (4-0) led 41-39 going into the final quarter, but the Lady Royals, who got 12 points from Crystal Richardson, outscored Kaiserslautern 17-10 in the quarter to put the game away.

The loss was the first of the season for K-town (3-1), which got 14 points from Brittany Smith.

Naples 56, AOSR 15: On Saturday at Naples, the Lady Wildcats matched the unbeaten record of their male counterparts with a courtesy-rule victory over the American Overseas School of Rome.

Naples (4-0, 3-0) got 21 points from Nyreka Davis and 14 from Kelsey Anderson.

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