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Cross country(All races 5,000 meters and run Saturday)

At AFNORTH

BoysTeam scoring—SHAPE 37, International School of Paris 43, St. John’s 72, AFNORTH incomplete.

1, Nick Domise (ISP) 17:22; 2, John Green (SHP) 18:11; 3, Will Fox (ISP) 18:14; 4, Chris Tobiere (AFN) 18:22; 5, Stewart Griffith (StJ) 18:59; 6, Sean Beckman (SHP) 19:33; 7, Pablo Caballero (SHP) 19:50; 8, Lane Brewer (SHP) 19:54; 9, Derek Eusman (ISP) 20:15; 10, Gianni Boersam (AFN) 20:17.GirlsTeam scoring—International School of Paris 51, SHAPE 53, AFNORTH 71, St . John's incomplete. 1, Kelsey Dressel (ISP) 21:21; 2, Soledad Padilla (SHP) 22:23; 3, Dominique Arias (SHP) 22:39; 4, Victoria Cole (ISP) 23:07; 5, Amanda Haralesson (StJ) 23:15; 6, Mia O'Brien (ISP) 23:27; 7, Emma Valentine (AFN) 23:53; 8, Jamie Strobel (AFN) 23:57; 9, Erin Beckman (SHP) 24:08; 10, Tori Valentine (AFN) 24:20.

At Bitburg

BoysTeam scoring—Heidelberg 15. Bitburg and Baumholder incomplete. 1, Ryan Poock (Bit) 16:20 (Course record. Old record unavailable); 2, Blake Langford (Heid) 16:45; 3, Jon Rynecki (Heid) 17:12; 4, Jon Hoffman (Heid) 18:17; 5, Rick Mersereau (Heid) 18:29; 6, Jakob Lamoureux (Baum) 18:38; 7, Ian Williams (Heid) 18:56; 8, Derek Lowry (Bit) 19:13; 9, Whit Morgan (Heid) 19:33; 10, Seth Stevens (Baum) 19:36.Girls

Team Scoring—Heidelberg 28, Baumholder 72, Bitburg incomplete. 1, Sandra Davidson (Bit) 19:37 (Course record. Old record unavailable); 2, Rachel Poock (Bit) 20:23; 3, Lauren Brousseau (Heid) 21:17; 4, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 21:26; 5, Julie Caldwell (Heid) 21:36; 6, Heather Barlow (Heid) 21:40; 7, Sarah Money (Baum) 21:46; 8, Kayleigh Chase (Bit) 22:24; 9, Loren Jobe (Bit) 22:54; 10, Kristine Bremer (Heid) 23:15.

At Ramstein

BoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 18, International School of Brussels 65, Patch 68, Kaiserslautern 112, Frankfurt International School 134.

1, Kelis Secrest (Rams), 16:33.7 (Course record. Old record 16:40 by Danny Edwards, Ramstein, 2004); 2, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 16:50.2; 3, Baudoin Fort (ISB) 17:06.6; 4, Will Barnes (Rams) 17:41.5; 5, Luz Ramos (Rams) 18:04.9; 6, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 18:08.5; 7, Walter Nikolaus (Rams) 18:11.8; 8, Matt De Jong (ISB) 18:12.4; 9, Ross Paxton (Pat) 18:18.9; 10, Marc Arley (FIS) 18:33.1.GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 28, Patch 32, Kaiserslautern 68. International School of Brussels and Frankfurt International School were incomplete. 1, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 20:45.3 (Course record. Old record 21:18 by Anna Hrushka, Kaiserslautern 2005); 2, Elizabeth Doe (Rams) 22:00.8; 3, Stephanie Polzer (Rams) 22:10.5; 4, Cait Gamble (Pat) 22:19.9; 5, Caroline Nikolaus (Rams) 22:24.5; 6, Alyx Miser (Kais) 22:28.6; 7, Kelly McRaven (Pat) 22:32.7; 8, Victoria Lyle (Rams) 22:40.8; 9, Meghan Louk (Pat) 22:44.1; 10, Felicia Gonzalez (Rams) 22:57.1.

At Alconbury

BoysTeam scoring—Lakenheath 23, Brussels 49, Alconbury and Menwith Hill incomplete. 1, Trevor Snapp (Lak) 17:25 (Course record, old record 19:00, holder's name unavailable); 2, Josh Hoffman (Lak) 17:52; 3, Gabe Flood (Lak) 18:02; 4, Christopher Fraser (Lak) 18:05; 5, Jimmy Russell (Brus) 18:09; 6, Ernestas Tyminas (Alc) 18:23; 7, Jonathan Schappert (Alc) 18:23; 8, Sam Schweitzer (Lak) 18:34; 9, George Waring (Lak) 18:42; 10, Hunter Baudoindajoux (Brus) 18:56.GirlsTeam scoring—Lakenheath 15, Menwith Hill 46, Alconbury and Brussels incomplete. 1, Kaitlin Swanstrom (Lak) 22:29 (Course record, old record 24:13, holder’s name unavailable); 2, Vanessa James (Lak) 23:03; 3, Brittany Buckingham (Lak) 23:36; 4, Megan Searle (Lak) 23:36; 5, Courtney Gazzini (Lak) 23:45; 6, Emily Larson (MH) 23:46; 7, Laura Brannon (Lak) 24:32; 8, Katie Claycomb (MH) 24:40; 9, Jennifer Abing (MH) 24:42; 10, Renee Anderegg (Lak) 26:05.

At Naples

BoysTeam scoring—Aviano 24, Naples 34, Sigonella incomplete. 1, John Markman (Napl) 16:17 (Course record. New course); 2, Dan Slade (Avi) 16:55; 3, Kyle Mears (Napl) 18:13; 4, Sean Wilson (Avi) 18:25; 5, Thomas Todd (Avi) 18:44; 6, Michael Brown (Avi) 18:45; 7, Patrick Felia (Sig) 19:14; 8, Mark Corpuz (Avi) 19:32; 9, Nicho Eggers (Avi) 19: 36; 10, Mike Marshall (Napl) 19:41.GirlsTeam scoring—Aviano 27, Naples 29, Sigonella incomplete. 1, Shelby Yoakum (Avi) 21:11 (Course record. New course); 2, Shannon Cuthbert (Napl) 21:54; 3, Caitlin Eckert (Napl) 22:11; 4, Katey Hancock (Sig) 22:16; 5, Saisa Salter-Mack (Avi) 22:27; 6, Jennifer Patron (Sig) 22:39; 7, Kaylee Johnson (Avi) 23:24; 8, Stephanie Hagberg (Napl) 23:25; 9, Julia Loudon (Napl) 23:31; 10, Bradie Dwenger (Avi) 23:33.

At Vilseck

BoysTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 29, Würzburg 52, Munich International School 70, Vilseck 97, Ansbach 108. Bamberg, Hohenfels and Mannheim incomplete. 1, Kyle Murray (Wies) 18:38; 2, Alex Fraser (Wies) 18:54; 3, Maximilian Argus (MIS) 19:00; 4, Eddy Quintero (Wzbg) 19:01; 5, Matt Clidas (Wzbg) 19:02; 6, Sterlin Teal (Ansb) 19:04; 7, Alex Cornelius (Mann) 19:08; 8, Alan Gray (Wies) 19:17; 9, Mikael Myllymaeki (MIS) 19:20; 10, Vince Calcaterra (Wies) 19:28.GirlsTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 27, Munich International School 45, Mannheim 61. Ansbach, Bamberg, Hohenfels and Vilseck incomplete. 1, Amber Core (Vils) 22:13; 2, Julie Ruschin (MIS) 22:25; 3, Verena Ried (MIS) 22:26; 4, Celina Ponte (Wies) 23:06; 5, Patricia Payton (Bamb) 23:12; 6, Shamyra Coleman (Vils) 23:15; 7, Aubree Reichel (Wies) 23:18; 8, Danielle Hill (Wies) 23:37; 9, Jennifer Amos (Mann) 24:03; 10, Catherine Leknes (Wies) 24:12.

Tennis(All matches played Saturday. Individual forfeits not listed. Usually, No. 1s play best-of-3 sets; all others single 8-game pro set or single set as time permits. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses)

Brussels at Alconbury

Brussels girls 5, Alconbury 4 Ellyn Edwards (Alc) def. Brianna Fitch 6-0, 6-1; Caitlin Cloum (Alc) def. Hanta Thomas 8-1; Carissa Ryan (Brus) def. Sara Reynolds 8-4; Ginny Rhiner (Alc) def. Jenna Holloway 6-3; Allie Lynch (Brus) def. Rhiannon Crump 6-0; Katie Van Maldeghem (Brus) def. Taylor Malcolm 6-4; Ryan and Fitch def. Cloum and Reynolds 6-3, 6-4; Edwards and Rhiner def,. Lynch and Isabelle Georges 8-1; Thomas and Holloway def. Crump and Malcolm 6-1.

Brussels boys 6, Alconbury 3 Nick Bottesini (Brus) def. Byron Washington 6-2, 6-2; Yuri Stanton (Brus) def. Justin Goss 8-3; J.C. Cluver (Alc) def,. Mike Grennek 8-6; Kyndon Bacon (Alc) def. Ryan Bottesini 6-3; Albert Winid (Brus) def. Ted Erickson 6-1; Nick Geronimo (Alc) def, Scott Steart 6-4; Stanton and Grennek def. Goss and Cluver 6-1, 4-6, 7-5; N. Bottesini and R. Bottesini def. Washington and Bacon 8-3; Meiler Balog and Winid (Brus) def. Erickson and Geronimo 6-1.

Aviano at Naples

Naples boys 2, Aviano 1 Ryan Umstaedter (Napl) def. Alex Gonzalez 6-0, 6-1; Alex Skelton (Napl) def. John Peffer 8-3; Jamie Weum and Ruben Gonzalez (Avi) def. Michael Brew and David Durbin 6-0, 6-3.Naples girls 4, Aviano 0

Ashley Martinez def. Alyssa Fellows 6-0, 4-6, 7-6 (7-5); Kate Mooney def. Bianca Andrews 8-0; Dominique Aljabi and Monicva Gidden def. Crystal De La Paz and Nikki Weaver 7-5, 7-5; Rachel Yarrow and Valentina Lee def. Kait Watson and Elizabeth Bobzin 8-3.

Aviano vs. Sigonella(at Naples)

Aviano boys 2, Sigonella 1 James Decker (Sig) def. A. Gonzalez 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; Carter Hoffman (Avi) def. Terry Dugas 8-2.Aviano girls 4, Sigonella 0 Fellows def. Monica O'Hearn 6-2, 6-4; De La Paz and Weaver def. Katie Arreola and Jessica Aguilar 6-1, 3-6, 6-4.

Kaiserslautern at Bitburg

Kaiserslautern boys 7, Bitburg 2 Tim Liebig (Bitb) def. Don Baumgartner 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (8-6); Devin Smith (Kais) def. Tyler Jakobs 8-1; Greg Combass (Bitb) def. John Frank 9-7; Michael Boone (Kais) def. Aaron Smith 8-1; Lewis Robertson (Kais) def. Timmy Merrill 8-4; Ben Stevens (Kais) def. Jeeno Miranda 8-3; Smith and Frank def. Combass and Liebig 6-2, 6-2; Boone and Baumgartner def. Jakobs and Smith 8-4; Robertson and Stevens def. Miranda and Merrill 8-2.Kaiserslautern girls 8, Bitburg 1 Valerie Fisher (Kais) def. Bethany Barnhart 6-1, 6-0; Rachel Seachris (Kais) def. Sarafina Harper 8-0; Katelyn Bader (Kais) def. Gabrielle Reagan 8-1; Ashley Meeder (Kais) def. Carley Plaisance 8-0; Alaliese Crum (Kais) def. Brittany Russo 8-5; Anna Aguirre (Kais) def. Vickie Tarnate 8-3; Seachris and Meeder def. Barnhart and Reagan 6-1, 6-3; Bader and Fisher def. Harper and Plaisance 8-0; (First name unavailable) Roth and Russo (Bitb) def. Crum and Aguirre 8-5.

ISB at Ramstein

International School of Brussels boys 5, Ramstein 4 Sean Stokstad (Ram) def. Edward Van Der Mersch 6-2, 6-1; Brady Covington (ISB) def. Matt Puchta 9-8 (7-5); Shota Morisaka (ISB) def. Clay Marquardt 8-3; Eric Radvanyi (Ram) def. Shota Shindo 8-4; Mike Fisher (Ram) def. Louis De Passemaar 8-4; Rafael Szymanski (ISB) def. Hunter Siegfried 8-2; Covington and Morisaka def. Marquardt and Radvanyi 7-6, 6-7, 6-2; Stokstad and Kelly def. Van Der Mersch and Jensen 8-4; Shindo and Passemaar def. D. Langholz and M. Fisher 8-2.ISB girls 6, Ramstein 3

Kara Williamson (ISB) def. Lindsey Jones 6-0, 7-5; Ayumi Sakakibara (ISB) def. Brittany Godwin 8-6; Tamara Casteels (ISB) def. Jaqueline Lamarche 8-6; Katie Sneel (Ram) def. Laura Schiemichen 8-4; Kelly Conrad (Ram) def. Alessandra Lochen 8-0; Prune Poerenhoet (ISB) def. Meagan Kirts 8-2; Sakakibara and Casteels def. Godwin and Conrad 2-6, 6-2, 6-3; Williamson and Schimichen (def. Jones and Lamarche 9-7; Kirts and Snell def. Lochen and Nell Lemaistre 8-0.

Heidelberg at Lakenheath

Heidelberg boys 8, Lakenheath 1 Nick Garcia (Hei) def. Cavan Cohoes 6-0, 6-0; Chad Perkins (Hei) def. Jeremy Rogers 8-0; Darien Ward (Hei) def. Alex MacWilliams 8-1; Jon Stephens (Hei) def. Tyler Poppenzimmer 8-1; Josh San Augustin (Lak) def. Andrew Stephens 8-6; Sean Conderman (Hei) def. Stephan Harley 10-8; Perkins and Ward def. Danny Burroughs and Cameron Gill 6-3, 6-0; Garcia and A. Stephens (Hei) def. Kyle Beissner and Trae Tall 8-0; J. Stephens and Conderman def. Stefan Bjork and Sean Bennet 8-2.Heidelberg girls 6, Lakenheath 3

Chelsea Cotter (Hei) def. Molly Martin 3-6, 6-3, 7-5; Andrea Wheatcroft (Hei) def. Julia Novak 8-1; Michelle Sullivan (Lak) def. Nikki Ecenrode 8-3; Caitlin Barrow (Hei) def. Kathryn Barber 8-0; Ashley Mercereau (Hei) def. Arielle Buffet 8-0; Rebecca Jost (Hei) def. Ciara Ryan 8-6; Sullivan and Novak def. Wheatcroft and Ecenrode 6-0, 6-1; Brittany Latham and Gaby Garbis (Lak) def. Mercereau and Jost 8-5; Barrow and Teresa Maik (Hei) def. Annamarie Pontius and Michelle Reese 8-3.

Patch at Wiesbaden

Patch boys 8, Wiesbaden 1 Patrick Barrenechea (Wie) def. Zach Schoonover 6-1, 6-0; Sean Crowley (Pat) def. Ian McKinney 8-2; Jacob Schoonover (Pat) def. Tahji Peebles 8-2; Kevin Yatsko (Pat) def. Greg Donalson 8-4; Jon Lightner (Pat) def. Arman Alarilla 8-1; Charlie Schoonover (Pat) def. Andre Azcarraga 8-3; Crowley and J. Schoonover def. McKinney and Donalson 6-2, 6-1; Yatsko and Z. Schoonover def. Barrenchea and Peebles 8-4; C. Schoonover and Lightner def. Alarilla and Azcarraga 8-4.Wiesbaden girls 9, Patch 0

Lisa Enokawa (Wie) def. Madison Frink 6-0, 6-2; Nancy Jensen (Wie) def. Jennifer Wadas 8-2; Raven Harris (Wie) def. Donna Smales 8-1; Jessica Smith (Wie) def. Madeleine Pastore 8-0; Morgan Partin (Wie) def. Giselle Wagstaff 8-0; Sarah Kempner-Strehlow (Wie) def. Dani Thomas 8-0; Jensen and Smith (Wie) def. Wadas and Smales 6-1, 6-2; Nadja Vickerie and Kathryn Girnus (Wie) def. Frink and Pastore 8-1; Kempner-Strehlow and Partin def. Wagstaff and Rebecca Jackson 8-0.

Baumholder at Wiesbaden

Wiesbaden boys 7, Baumholder 2 Barrenechea def. Michel Russel 6-0, 6-1; McKinney def. Steven Billington 8-5; Nathan Beatty (Baum) def. Peebles 8-3; Donalson def. Carlos Silva 8-0; Alarilla def. Tanner Nelson 8-0; Billington and Beatty def. McKinney and Peebles 6-2, 6-3; Barrenechea and Donalson def. Silva and Nelson 8-0.

Wiesbaden girls 8, Baumholder 1 Isabelle Ignacio (Baum) def. Enokawa 6-2, 3-6, 6-3; Jensen def. Pamela Hall 8-0; Harris def. Marissa Farcia 8-0; Smith def. Kendra Cameron 8-1; Harris and Smith def. Garcia and Hall 6-0, 6-1.

Patch vs. Baumholder(Saturday at Wiesbaden)

Patch boys 9, Baumholder 0 Z. Schoonover def. Russel 6-0, 6-0; Crowley def, Billington 8-1; J. Schoonover def. Beatty 8-0; Yatsko def. Silva 8-0; Lightner def. Nelson 8-0.Patch girls 7, Baumholder 2

Ignacio def. Frink 6-1, 6-3; Wadas def. Hall 8-0; Smales def. Garcia 8-4; Pastore def. Cameron 8-3; Wadas and Smales def. Garcia and Hall 6-1.

BFA at Vilseck

Vilseck boys 8, Black Forest Academy 1 Zach Skells (Vils) def. Luke Pelton 6-4, 7-5; Kyed Najdawi (Vils) def. Jonathan Guzik 8-6; Jake Skells (Vils) def. Yohan Kim 8-5; Garrett Young (Vils) def. David Lee 8-2; Kevin Taylor (Vils) def. Nakul Gupta 8-5; Kyle McCordic (BFA) def. Dominic Lonowski 8-4; Z. Skells and Taylor def. Guzik and Kim 8-3; Najdawi and J. Skells def. Kris Bultema and Billy Sundtrom 8-0; Young and Lonowski def. Gupta and Caleb Lowen 8-3.Vilseck girls 5, Black Forest Academy 3

Katherine Schaffer (Vils) def. Haelee Kim 7-5, 6-3; Leah Beilhart (Vils) def. Krista Wong 8-4; Ji Hyea Kim def. Amber Hendricks 9-7; Mallory Holladay (BFA) def. April Feazelle 9-7; Thea Dunn (Vils) def. Rita Pikkert 8-1; Sara Carriker (Vils) def. Rebecca Kim 8-1; Beilhart and Feazelle def. Holladay and JH Kim 8-0; Tekeha Turner and Allanah Babauta (Vils) def. Ginny Park and Andrea Landers 8-2.

Mannheim at Vilseck

Vilseck boys 6, Mannheim 2 Z. Skells def. Jeremy Scott 6-3, 6-2; Jeremy Junker (Mann) def. Najdawi 8-3; J. Skells def. Adam Pauley 8-6; Young def. Minhoo Kim 8-2; Taylor def. Scott O'Donnell 8-1; Lonoswski def. Chris Broeker 8-3; Junker and Pauley def. Z. Skells and Taylor 8-2; Young and Lonowski def. Broeker and Fred Augliu 8-0.Vilseck girls 8, Mannheim 0

Schaffer def. Jade Vaughn 4-6, 7-5, 6-2; Beilhart def. Kristen Norwood 8-0; Hendricks def. Rachael Nevinger 8-0; Feazelle def. Alissia Berry 8-0; Carriker def. Ashley Southworth 8-4; Beilhart and Feazelle def. Norwood and Nevinger 9-7; Nove'l Yearby and Chrissie Lee def. Southworth and Jacquline Howard 8-3.

VolleyballBoys

(Saturday at Naples)

Aviano def. Sigonella 25-18, 25-20, 25-19Aviano def. Naples 25-21, 25-16, 25-10

(Saturday at Marymount Int’l School of Rome)

Marymount def. Vicenza 25-16, 25-15, 25-13 Noteworthy—According to Marymount athletic director Simone Trott, Saidi Mwanundu hadd 8 kills and 2 blocks for the Royals; Eric Steck had 2 digs and 2 kills for Vicenza.

Girls

(Saturday at Hohenfels)

Hohenfels def. Würzburg 25-21, 25-18, 27-25Hohenfels JV def. Würzburg JV 25-20, 11-25, 15-10

(Saturday at Naples)

Aviano def. Sigonella 25-10, 25-14, 25-7 Noteworthy—Tiffany Hight had 10 kills and 3 assists; Alyssa Lane made 8 kills and Danielle Garcia had 18 assists and served 3 aces, according to Aviano coach Hans Hillestad.Aviano def. Naples 25-9, 25-12, 25-15

Noteworthy—Aviano won its 96th consecutive league match behind 12 kills, 3 aces and a block from Hight; 11 kills by Lane and 19 assists from Garcia. Hillestad said his team’s last loss in an American Schools in Italy League game was against Naples in October 2000.

(Saturday at Ansbach)

Ansbach def. Bamberg 25-15, 25-18, 25-21

(Saturday at Ramstein)

Ramstein def. Kaiserslautern 25-20, 15-25, 19-25, 27-25, 15-10 Noteworthy—According to Ramstein coach Hia Sebastian, Charnel Austin posted 17 kills, 13 assists and a block; MacKenzie Bannister registered 10 kills and 3 blocks; Sara Sublousky dished out 15 assists and Michelle Mergens had 6 kills and 2 blocks. For Kaiserslautern, Tylisa Hendrix had 12 kills and 5 blocks; Lisa Domingo 9 kills and 3 blocks, and Shalisa Baldwin 8 kills. Sebastian said the match was “a battle to the finish, (with) outstanding rallies, finesse play by both teams, and outstanding offense/defense plays.”Kaiserslautern def. Patch 26-24, 25-16, 25-12 Noteworthy—Sebastian reported 6 kills and 5 blocks for Domingo, 6 aces for Baldwin and 5 kills for Hendrix; for Patch Adrianne Poole had 5 kills and 3 blocks, Brittany Phillips had 3 kills and 6 blocks and Milan Juliano posted 10 assists and 9 aces.Ramstein JV def. Kaiserslautern JV 25-14, 25-14Ramstein JV def. Patch JV 25-12, 25-16Kaiserslautern JV def. Patch JV 25-8, 25-12

(Saturday at Marymount International School of Rome)

Marymount def. Vicenza 25-7, 25-17, 20-25, 25-12 Noteworthy—Rei Searle was credited with 5 aces, 2 kills and a block for Marymount, which got 5 blocks, 2 kills and an ace from Monique Boliko and 5 kills and 2 aces from Ilaria Montanarie.

(Saturday at AFNORTH)

SHAPE def. AFNORTH 25-14, 25-14, 25-9Wiesbaden def. AFNORTH 25-16, 25-5, 25-19International School of Brussels def. AFNORTH 21-25, 25-8, 25-14, 25-17SHAPE def. ISB 25-21, 25-18, 25-22SHAPE def. Wiesbaden 25-16, 25-20, 25-23Wiesbaden def. ISB 25-16, 23-25, 25-20, 16-25, 15-11

(Saturday at Lakenheath)

Lakenheath def. Heidelberg 25-18, 9-25, 20-25, 25-10, 15-9Lakenheath def. Frankfurt International School 25-11, 25-14, 29-27Heidelberg def. FIS 25-18, 25-23, 23-25, 25-23 Noteworthy—For Lakenheath, Auburn Ritterbush served 4 aces, made 5 kills, and posted a block; Megan Jimmo had 2 aces and 4 digs; Kirsten Bot had 4 aces and 11 kills; Lisa McBride recorded 6 aces, 29 assists, and a kill; Taylor Wright made 3 kills; Jessica Serd had 4 kills; Xina Eidson served 6 aces and made 2 kills, and Kiera Flynn served 3 aces

(Saturday at Alconbury)

Hanau def. Alconbury 25-21, 25-17, 25-16Hanau def. Menwith Hill 25-18, 25-21, 25-21Alconbury def. Menwith Hill 25-16, 25-12, 25-23 Noteworthy—For Alconbury, Caiti Stewart posted 7 kills and 3 aces and Nikki Reunning had 10 assists and 6 kills, according to Alconbury coach Ron Behr, who also praised the defense of Dragons Linda Nguyen and Lauren Wheeler.Alconbury JV def. Menwith Hill JV 25-15, 25-20

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