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Heidelberg’s Julia Roberson spikes the ball past Würzburg's Allison McKearn during a DODDS high school volleyball match in Wiesbaden Germany, on Saturday. Heidelberg defeated Würzburg, 25-27, 25-17, 25-11, 25-19.
Heidelberg’s Julia Roberson spikes the ball past Würzburg's Allison McKearn during a DODDS high school volleyball match in Wiesbaden Germany, on Saturday. Heidelberg defeated Würzburg, 25-27, 25-17, 25-11, 25-19. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Heidelberg’s Julia Roberson spikes the ball past Würzburg's Allison McKearn during a DODDS high school volleyball match in Wiesbaden Germany, on Saturday. Heidelberg defeated Würzburg, 25-27, 25-17, 25-11, 25-19.
Heidelberg’s Julia Roberson spikes the ball past Würzburg's Allison McKearn during a DODDS high school volleyball match in Wiesbaden Germany, on Saturday. Heidelberg defeated Würzburg, 25-27, 25-17, 25-11, 25-19. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Mannheim’s Bethany Johnston is on her way to a first-place finish at a DODDS high school cross country meet in Wiesbaden, Germany, on Saturday. Johnston won with a time of 21:18.
Mannheim’s Bethany Johnston is on her way to a first-place finish at a DODDS high school cross country meet in Wiesbaden, Germany, on Saturday. Johnston won with a time of 21:18. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Wiesbaden’s Ashleigh Spencer finished second in Wiesbaden on Saturday, 27 seconds behind Johnston.
Wiesbaden’s Ashleigh Spencer finished second in Wiesbaden on Saturday, 27 seconds behind Johnston. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Boys from Mannheim, Wiesbaden, Giessen and Würzburg start Saturday’s cross country race. Tim Spicer of Mannheim finished first to lead the Bison to the team victory.
Boys from Mannheim, Wiesbaden, Giessen and Würzburg start Saturday’s cross country race. Tim Spicer of Mannheim finished first to lead the Bison to the team victory. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

Europe high school football, volleyball, golf, tennis and cross country results from Saturday, Oct. 8, unless otherwise indicated:

FootballAFNORTH 40, London Central 14

Alconbury 52, Brussels 36

Ansbach 45, Giessen 6

Baumholder 14, SHAPE 7

Bitburg 47, Vilseck 8

Hohenfels 29, Bamberg 6 (Friday)

Heidelberg 25, Kaiserslautern 6

International School of Brussels 27, Mannheim 14

Naples 35, Patch 34

Ramstein 45, Lakenheath 6

Rota 40, Menwith Hill 12

Wiesbaden 44, Würzburg 8

VolleyballAt Naples

Boys

Naples def. Milan 25-8, 25-9, 25-19 (Friday)

Naples def. Marymount 25-23, 25-16, 25-13

Milan def. Marymount 25-18, 25-18, 23-25, 25-12

Girls

Naples def. Milan 25-11, 25-9, 25-5 (Friday)

Noteworthy — Renna Damon credited with 19 service points, 4 aces, 3 kills; Cayla Covey posed 16 service points, 3 aces, 1 kill, and Martie Wagner served 14 points for Naples.

Naples def. Marymount 25-13, 22-25, 25-12, 25-21

Noteworthy — Kelsey Anderson had 19 assists, 3 kills, 3 blocks and 20 service points; Shizue Reid made 5 kills, blocked 2 shots and served 20 points; Michelle Cordova registered 17 assists, and Anna Rice posted 6 kills, 7 assists and 3 aces for Naples.

At Aviano

Aviano def. Vicenza 25-15, 25-14, 25-22

Noteworthy—Jessica Corder posted 10 kills and 3 blocks for Aviano.

At Bitburg

Bitburg def. SHAPE 25-12, 25-21, 21-25, 25-21

SHAPE def. Hanau 25-18, 23-25, 25-23, 25-23

Noteworthy — For SHAPE, Ellia Breijo had 15 blocks and 10 digs; Charese Cruz had 16 assists and 9 services aces; Kayla Dehart had 19 assists; Marie Ann Roa recorded 7 kills; Laura Hawkins had 4 kills; Kacie Kappenman had 10 digs and 7 kills; and Kristen Whitney had 9 digs.

At Wiesbaden

Heidelberg def. Wiesbaden 25-16, 18-25, 25-16, 25-19

Heidelberg def. Würzburg 25-27, 25-17, 25-11, 25-19

Wiesbaden def. AFNORTH 25-14, 25-14, 25-15

AFNORTH def. Würzburg 25-21, 25-13, 18-25, 25-17

At Alconbury

Menwith Hill def. Iceland 25-7, 25-13, 25-14

Alconbury def. Iceland 25-13, 25-9, 25-8

Alconbury def. Menwith Hill 25-20, 25-15, 25-10

Alconbury JV def. London Central 25-7, 25-13, 25-14

Noteworthy — Alconbury varsity got 14 aces from Aja Brown and 5 kills from Kristine Fernandez, according to coach Emily Dreiling.

Rota def. London Central 15-25, 25-22, 21-25, 25-17, 15-7

London Central def. Baumholder 15-25, 25-21, 18-25, 25-22, 15-12.

Noteworthy — London Central coach Susan Payne recorded 13 aces and 12 digs for Geena Milho, 12 aces and 10 kills for Alyssa Dillon and 12 kills, 6 blocks and 5 aces for Janet Parker

At Hohenfels

Vilseck def. Hohenfels 20-25, 25-10, 25-15, 25-18

Hohenfels JV def. Vilseck JV 25-13, 25-11

Vilseck def. Patch 25-14, 26-24, 25-23

Vilseck JV def. Patch JV 25-23, 25-21

Patch def. Bamberg 25-8, 25-14, 25-22

Hohenfels def. Bamberg 25-11, 25-7, 25-22

At Ramstein

Ramstein def. Lakenheath 25-18, 25-18, 25-19

Noteworthy — Ramstein coach Cynthia Sebastian reported 12 assists for Jayci Cachuela, 7 digs for Sierra Stayberg, 13 digs and 9 kills for Regina Fleming, and 13 digs and 5 kills for Sarah Moore.

Lakenheath def. Kaiserslautern 25-15, 25-18, 25-10

Ramstein def. Black Forest Academy 25-19, 25-18, 25-18.

Noteworthy — Kaylen Bannister aided Royals with 6 kills and 6 blocks, Fleming added 5 more kills and Moore and Jessica Cloma each served 9 successive points.

Black Forest Academy def. Kaiserslautern 25-20, 25-23, 25-16

Ramstein JV def. Lakenheath JV 25-21, 21-25, 15-10

Lakenheath JV def. Kaiserslautern JV 25-17, 25-19

Ramstein JV def. BFA JV 25-21, 25-15

BFA JV def. Kaiserslautern JV 25-27, 25-17 15-10

GolfRaider Shootout

RAMSTEIN, Germany — Results Thursday from a four-school golf tournament hosted by Kaiserslautern at Woodlawn golf course here. Scoring is modified Stableford, awarding 1 point for double-bogey, 2 for bogey, 3 for par, 4 for birdie and 6 for eagle or ace. Team scoring is combined scores of top 4 boys and top 2-4 girls. Ties broken by better back-nine scores:

Boys team scoring: Ramstein 156, Wiesbaden 128, Kaiserslautern 108, SHAPE 103.

Boys top finishers: 1, Ben Antonik (Kais) 47; 2, Cody Moorhead (Rams) 42; 3, Ryan Bachman (Rams) 40; 4, Jonathan Guidry (Wies) 40; 5, Chris Hustead (Rams) 40.

Noteworthy: Antonik closed out regular season undefeated in four meets. Hustead had three birdies on front nine.

Girls team scoring: Kaiserslautern 29, Ramstein 28, SHAPE 25. Wiesbaden no team.

Girls top finishers: 1, Sonia Garcia (SHP) 20; 2, Barbara Burriss (Kais) 17; 3, Aurell Moore (Kais) 12; 4, Marissa Engelbaum (Rams) 10; 5, Allison Vance (Rams) 7.

Noteworthy: Kaiserslautern two-girl team outscored seven-player squad from Ramstein and SHAPE foursome, according to their coach, Gerald Oyan.

Tennis(Matches played Saturday unless otherwise indicated; individual forfeits not included. No. 1s play best-of-3 sets; all others 8-game pro set.)

Vilseck at Hohenfels

Hohenfels boys 2, Vilseck 1: Chad Perkins (Vils) def. Ryan Matheson 6-1, 6-2; Shaun Redden (Hoh) def. Jose Leon 8-2; Matheson and Redden def. Perkins and Leon 6-2, 3-6, 6-1.

Vilseck girls 5, Hohenfels 1: Jennifer Clark (Vils) def. Lauren De La Rosa 6-4, 6-3; Sarah Klein (Vils) def. Brittany Lowe 8-2; Katherine Schaffer (Vils) def. Amy Lee 8-1; Victoria Cullum (Hoh) def. Shereka Holback 8-6; Klein and Clark def. Lowe and Lee 6-3, 6-4; Schaffer and Holback def. De La Rosa and Cullum 8-2.

Patch at Hanau

Patch boys 9, Hanau 0: Jacob Schoonover (Pat) def. Zack Hilliker 6-3, 6-3; Maurice Rolle (Pat) def. Darren Crist 8-0; Kevin Yatsko (Pat) def. Vinnie Nwafor 8-0; Rolle and Yatsko (Pat) def. Hilliker and Crist 6-0, 6-3

Patch girls 8, Hanau 1: Tamara Oppliger (Pat) def. Rovianne Dela Cruz 8-0; Michele Whitback (Pat) def. Laura Williams 8-0; Andrianne Anderson (Han) def. Katie Atkins 8-0; Lauren Duke (Pat) def. Christian Green 8-0; Kim Vrogendewey (Pat) def. Myko Banks 8-3; Oppliger and Whitback (Pat) def. Williams and De la Cruz 6-0, 6-0; Johnson and Anderson (Pat) def. Rich and Atkins 8-3; Duke and Vrogendewey (Pat) def. Pashkevich and Green 8-1.

SHAPE at Bitburg

SHAPE boys 5, Bitburg 4: Claudio Giroldi (SHP) def. John Pendergrass 6-1, 6-1; Ioannis Stratakos (SHP) def. Zack heath 8-5; Gerson Mey (SHP) def. Marc Ramos 8-3; Kolby Kruse (Bitb) def. Dimitrios Tsiakalos 8-2; Michael De Kok (SHP) def. Mickey Cavaliero 9-7; Stratakos and Tsiakalos def. Heath and Ramos 1-6, 7-6 (7-5) 6-1; Pendergrass and Peine def. Mey and De Kok 8-4; Kruse and Dermody def. Letsios and Fellipidis 8-1.

Bitburg girls 7, SHAPE 2: Krista Citkovska (SHP) def. Jennica Botonis 6-1, 6-1; Ashley Fary (Bitb) def. Ilena Jansen 8-0; Jackie Ventrice (Bitb) def. Alexcandra Vacaru 8-3; Sydnei Banks (Bitb) def. Marta Breijo Pena 8-1; Caitlin Schwartz (Bitb) def. Nadzeya Laurentsyeu 8-3; Audrey Neubauer (Bitb) def., Bianca Bostina Bratu 8-3; Citkovska and Jansen def. Ventrice and Fary 6-1, 6-4; Botonis and Banks def. Vacaru and Breijo Pena 8-1; Schwartz and Neubauer def. Grace Hathaway and Kirsten Melien 8-0.

Heidelberg girls 5, Wiesbaden 4: Jemela McKinzy (Wies) def. Molly King 6-1, 6-3; Paulina Ryan (Heid) def. Nancy Jensen 8-6; Katie Foxworth (Wies) def. Kereen Griffith 8-5; Amanda Gagliano (Heid) def. Alyssa Fellows 8-6; Chelsea Cotter (Heid) def. Jessica Smith 8-2; Ashley Mersereau (Heid) def. Shannon McCoy 8-2; King and Ryan (Heid) def. Jensen and Foxworth 6-4, 6-3; McKinzy and Fellows (Wies) def. Griffith and Gagliano 9-7; Smith and McCoy (Wies) def. Cotter and Mersereau 9-7.

Heidelberg boys 9, Wiesbaden 0: Michael Sanchez (Heid) def. Patrick Barrenechea 6-1, 6-0; Sam Pohl (Heid) def. Eric Radvanyi 8-0; Kevin Ingraham (Heid) def. Tyler Sullivan 8-2; Blair Martin (Heid) def. Michael Quezada 8-6; Chris Ellis (Heid) def. David Barrenechea 8-0; Nick Longo (Heid) def. Isaiah Cole 8-4; Pohl and Martin (Heid) def. Radvanyi and Sullivan 6-0, 6-0; Sanchez and Ingraham (Heid) def. P. Barrenechea and Quezada 8-1; Ellis and Longo (Heid) def. Cole and D. Barrenechea 8-6

Ramstein girls 6, Lakenheath 3: Alison Luthman (Ram) def. Kallie Heidberg 6-4, 6-4, Megan Jones (Ram) def. Kay Lichtenberger 8-6, Maggie Curry (Ram) def. Jenna Harris 8-1, Brittany Godwin (Ram) def. Jackie Sullivan 8-0, Catherine Brennan (Ram) def. Christy Mercer 8-6, Michelle Sullivan (Lake) def. Nicole Grogan 8-4; Curry and Jones (Ram) def. Lichtenberger and Harris 6-2, 6-0; Heldberger and Lamothe (Lake) def. Luthman and Godwin 8-4; Lamothe and Sullivan (Lake) def. Waring and Ferry 6-8

Ramstein boys 5, Lakenheath 4: John Kennan (Lake) def. Matt Puchta 6-4, 6-2, Phil Burroughs (Lake) def. Trey Dulaney 8-2, Logan Snow (Lake) def. Shawn Kelly 8-5, Alex Chebaro (Ram) def. Mitchell Petters 9-7, Jorell Wilson (Ram) def. Alex Castelain 8-2, David Bricker (Ram) def. Julian Belisario 8-1; Burroughs and Kennan (Lake) def. Dulaney and Kelly 7-5, 1-6, 6-2, Puchta and Chebaro (Ram) def. Snow and Petters 9-7, Modlin and Kelly (Ram) def. Rogers and Stephens 8-1.

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

Sigonella dual

Girls team scoring: Sigonella 15, American Overseas School of Rome 50.

Girls top finishers: 1, Erika Anderson (Sig) 21:40; 2, Samantha Boos (Sig) 22:39; 3, Rebecca Smith (Sig) 24:18; 4, Lauren Vanderhaar (Sig) 26:24; 5, Heather Albright (Sig) 27:41; 6, Sophie Matthews (AOSR) 27:46; 7, Jullian Kneeland (AOSR) 30:38; 8, Elena Testi (AOSR) 31:39.

Boys team scoring: American Overseas School of Rome 15, Sigonella 50.

Girls top finishers: 1, Brian Boneau (Sig) 19:22; 2, John Welsh (AOSR) 19:29; 3, Jed Linget (Sig) 20:22; 4, Seth Moore (AOSR) 20:40; 5, Matt Smith (AOSR) 22:20; 6, Garen Der-Khachadanrian (AOSR) 22:27; 7, Toha Kane-Potaka (AOSR) 24:06; 8, Andrew Ceen (AOSR) 25:10; 9, Dane Paschal (Sig) 25:49; 10, Karin Zelenka (AOSR) 27:26.

Ramstein quadrangular

Boys team scoring: Ramstein 23, Black Forest Academy 56, International School of Brussels 68, Kaiserslautern 80.

Boys top finishers: 1, Noah Sheppard (Rams) 17:07; 2, Kyle Southard (Rams) 17:35; 3, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 17:52; 4, Tucker Johnson (Kais) 18:21; 5, Nathan Howe (BFA) 18:43; 6, Michael Parsons (Rams) 18:50; 7, Daniel Krebs (ISB) 18:50; 8, Josh Stuckey (BFA) 19:01; 9, Ben Orr (BFA) 19:13; 10, Miles Bassan (ISB) 19:32.

Girls team scoring: Kaiserslautern 28, Ramstein 36, International School of Brussels 78, Black Forest Academy 93.

Girls top finishers: 1, Anna Hrushka (Kais) 21:18 (course record, old record 21:29 by Ashleigh Spencer, Wiesbaden, 2004); 2, Joy Hrushka (Kais) 21:21; 3, Lorraine Tucker (Rams) 21:45; 4, Stephanie Polzer (Rams) 22:38; 5, Luz Hamlett (Rams) 22:48; 6, Olivia Smith (Kais) 22:56; 7, Claire McKinley (ISB) 23:09; 8, Susie Fluker (Rams) 23:35; 9, Stephanie Calache (Kais) 24:20; 10, Mallory Hamilton (Kais) 24:24.

Noteworthy: Both Hrushka sisters broke old course record.

Wiesbaden quadrangular

Boys team scoring: Mannheim 16, Wiesbaden 39, Würzburg 53, Giessen incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, Tim Spicer (Mann) 17:32; 2, Chris Wert (Mann) 17:46; 3, Matt Spicer (Mann) 18:01; 4, Lucas Kibby (Wies) 18:17; 5, Brandon Spicer (Mann) 18:45; 6, Davonte Cook (Mann) 18:46; 7, Shaun Kibby (Wies) 19:33; 8, David Luken (Wies) 20:08; 9, Gage Kemsley (Wies) 20:13; 10, Jacob Lamoureux (Wzbg) 20:15.

Girls team scoring: Wiesbaden 24, Wuerzburg 31. Mannheim and Giessen were incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Bethany Johnson (Mann) 21:18; 2, Ashleigh Spencer (Wies) 21:45; 3, Diana Rosslerova (Wzbg) 23:00; 4, Cary Menifee (Wies) 23:14; 5, Whitney Howard (Wzbg) 23:50; 6, Christine Colvin (Wies) 24:25; 7, Saline Boodoosingh (Wzbg) 24:36; 8, Hayley Thayer (Wies) 25:28; 9, Jamie Eidem (Wies) 26:32; Cleo Carlson (Gies) 26:34.

Hohenfels pentagonal

Girls team scoring: Patch 15. Bamberg, Hanau, Hohenfels and Vilseck were incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 23:15; 2, Caitlyn Gamble (Pat) 23:41; 3, Shamya Coleman (Vils) 24:07; 4, Kylie Merchant (Pat) time unavailable; 5, Victoria Persky (Pat) time unavailable; 6, Simona Womack (Vils) time unavailable; 7, Sarah Haight (Bamb) time unavailable; 8, Laura Ingold (Pat) time unavailable; 9, Stephanie Quintero (Han) time unavailable; 10, Rachel Koenig (Pat) time unavailable.

Boys team scoring: Patch 19, Hohenfels 85, Vilseck 85. Bamberg and Hanau incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, Nick Rgers (Pat) 19:08; 2, Dennis Lyska (Vils) 19:42; 3, Kenneth Lile (Pat) 20:08; 4, Cody Dicker (Pat) time unavailable; 5, Robert Dunwoody (Bamb) time unavailable; 6, Ryan Closs (Pat) time unavailable; 7, Nate Buckley (Pat) time unavailable; 8, Daniel Lehfield (Hoh) time unavailable; 9, Alex Koss (Pat) time unavailable; 10, Carey Williams (Pat) time unavailable.

Alconbury hexagonal

Girls team scoring: Lakenheath 19, Iceland 41. Alconbury, Baumholder Menwith Hill and London Central were incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Jade Lewis (Lake) 23:18; 2, Cynthia Mabini (Baum) 23:31; 3, Amanda Schrader (Ice) 23:46; 4, Sarah Bessel (Lake) 24:07; 5, Kendall Williams (Baum) 25:00; 6, Megan Davis (lake) 25:07; 7, Caitlyn Swenstrom (Lake) 25:17; 8, Sarah Shuster (LC) 25:26; 9, Erin Taylor (MH) 25:31; 10, Alex Stones (Lake) 25:36.

Boys team scoring: Lakenheath 34, London Central 86, Alconbury 88, Iceland 98, Baumholder 101, Menwith Hill 102.

Boys top finishers: 1, Greg Billington (Lake) 15:33 (course record old record 16:00 by Billington, 2004); 2, Landon Kemp (Alc) 17:15; 3, Scott Barclay (Ice) 18:19; 4, Daniel Stiegler (Ice) 18:33; 5, Kenneth Hicks (Baum) 18:47; 6, Taylor Curry (Lake) 18:56; 7, Daniel Slade (Lake) 18:57; 8, Jonathan Stimmell (LC) 19:14; 9, Paul Steel (Lake) 19:19; 10, Jon Criss (Men) 19:25.

Vicenza at Aviano

No team scoring.

Girls top finishers: 1, Sasia Salter-Mack (Av) 22:08; 2, (Av) Kaiti Vogt 23:07; 3, Ashley Lynch (Av) 23:55;, 4, Stefanie Collier (Av) 24:40, 5, Bianca Boney (AV) 25:23, 6, Kim Berry (AV) 25:25, 7, Lauren Morales (AV) 26:04, 8, Adriana Del Castillo (AV) 26:04, 9, Aleeza Davis (AV) 26:57, 10, Oliva Blanco (AV) 27:13

Boys top finishers: 1, Macon Walker (Av) 19:21, 2, Jared Cheesboro (Av) 19:56, 3, Joe Castagnaro (AV) 22:14, 4, Joshua Blanco (Av) 21:33, 5, Sebastian Verisford (Av) 21:39, 6, Andrew Pietszak (Av) 22:57, 6, Levi McCraken (AV) 23:10

At Naples

Girls team scoring: Naples 15. Milan and Marymount incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Zarah Younossi (Na) 21:09, 2, Kerry Olinger (Na) 22:23, 3, Allyson McKechnie (Na) 23:06, 4, Arianna Simpson (Mi) 23:46, 5, Sonia Malpeso (Mary) 25:10, 6, Aeron O’Connor (Mi) 25:21, 7, Sanne Lemmens (Mi) 25:25, 8, Julia Jonsson (Mi) 27:09, 9, Krystal Mitchell (Na) 27:30, 10, Teresa Oetgen (Mary) 28:00

Boys team scoring: Naples 21, Milan 36. Marymount incomplete

Boys top finishers: 1, Isaiah Pitts (Na) 17:45, 2, John Markman (Na) 17:45, 3, Dexter Monroe (Na) 17:51, 4, Colin Chapman (Mi) 17:52, 5, Keegan Trott ( Mary) 18:23, 6, Colin Falconer (Mi) 18:37, 7, Andy Boynton (Mi) 18:40, 8, Sean Welter (Na) 18:44, 9, Sam Gallager (Na) 19:18, 10, Denver Arriola (Na) 19:20

Bitburg

Girls team scoring: Heidelberg 25, SHAPE 53, St. John’s 81, Bitburg 99, Brussels 103, AFNORTH incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Lauren Brousseau (Heid) 21:58,2, Julie Caldwell (Heid) 22:14, 3, Louise Iden (SHP) 22:22, 4, Angela Cotter (Heid) 22:32, 5, Susie Hauser (SHP) 22:37, 6, Sandra Davidson (Bit) 22:44, 7, Amy McGourty (Heid) 22:59, 8, Naike Picollo (SJ) 23:08, 9, Ashley Sandau (Bit) 23:17, 10, Laylo Norova (SJ) 23:28

Boys team scoring: Heidelberg 33, Brussels 56, SHAPE 69, Bitburg 86, St Johns 118, AFNORTH incomplete

Boys top finishers: 1, Bryan Armbrust (Heid) 18:12; 2, Nathan Malinski (Brus) 18:23; 3, Erik Iden (SHP) 18:28; 4, Jimmy Russel (Brus) 18:37p; 5, Matt Reimann (Brus) 18:48; 6, David Lambert (Heid) 19:02; 7, Andrew Moon (Heid) 19:08; 8, Sid Banks (Bit) 19:11; 9, Jon Hoffman (Heid) 19:30; 10, Nathaniel Ford (AFN) 19:39.

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