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Baumholder’s Katrina Alsup returns a shot during a DODDS-Europe volleyball match against Hohenfels in Giessen, Germany on Saturday. Baumholder defeated Hohenfels 25-16, 25-18, 25-18.
Baumholder’s Katrina Alsup returns a shot during a DODDS-Europe volleyball match against Hohenfels in Giessen, Germany on Saturday. Baumholder defeated Hohenfels 25-16, 25-18, 25-18. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Baumholder’s Katrina Alsup returns a shot during a DODDS-Europe volleyball match against Hohenfels in Giessen, Germany on Saturday. Baumholder defeated Hohenfels 25-16, 25-18, 25-18.
Baumholder’s Katrina Alsup returns a shot during a DODDS-Europe volleyball match against Hohenfels in Giessen, Germany on Saturday. Baumholder defeated Hohenfels 25-16, 25-18, 25-18. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Hohenfels’ Vanessa Velez, left, tries to spike the ball past Baumholder’s Kandi Dyer.
Hohenfels’ Vanessa Velez, left, tries to spike the ball past Baumholder’s Kandi Dyer. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)
Baumholder’s Katrina Alsup, right, blocks the shot of Hohenfels’ Kirsten Arnold.
Baumholder’s Katrina Alsup, right, blocks the shot of Hohenfels’ Kirsten Arnold. (aymond T. Conway / S&S)

Football, volleyball, cross country and tennis results for Saturday, Oct. 15, unless otherwise indicated:

FootballAFNORTH 48, Menwith Hill 6

Bamberg 44, Vicenza 7

Bitburg 36, Baumholder 0

Brussels 15, Rota 13

Hohenfels 25, Ansbach 24 (Friday)

London Central 27, Alconbury 14

SHAPE 22, Mannheim 18 (Friday)

Sigonella 21, Giessen 6

Hanau 39, Vilseck 0

Heidelberg 19, Würzburg 12

Naples 27, International School of Brussels 14

Patch 54, Aviano 17

Wiesbaden 41, Lakenheath 2

Boys volleyballAt Ankara

Ankara def. Incirlik 25-20, 25-11, 25-15 (Friday)

Ankara def. Incirlik 25-15, 25-22, 16-25, 25-20

At Milan

Milan def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-17, 19-25, 17-15 (Friday)

Sigonella def. Milan 25-9, 25-18, 14-25, 25-10

AOSR def. Sigonella 25-15, 25-13, 25-18

At Aviano

Aviano def. Naples 25-15, 25-17, 25-18 (Friday)

Aviano def. Naples 28-26, 25-19, 18-25, 25-19

Noteworthy — Brian Vann displayed power serving and spiking; Blake Cain and Nick McClary were defensive standouts for Aviano.

At Vicenza

Livorno def. Marymount 23-25, 16-25, 25-15, 25-19, 15-10

Marymount def. Vicenza 25-15, 25-17, 25-20

Livorno def. Vicenza 19-25, 25-14, 25-23, 25-22

Girls volleyballAt Ankara

Ankara def. Incirlik 25-16, 20-25, 25-14, 25-22 (Friday)

Ankara def. Incirlik 25-16, 20-25, 25-17, 23-25, 15-12

At Milan

Milan def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-13, 25-12 (Friday)

Sigonella def. Milan 25-20, 25-19, 23-25, 25-19

Sigonella def. AOSR 25-11, 25-13, 25-18

At Frankfurt International School

Frankfurt International School def. Wiesbaden 25-19, 25-8, 25-13 (Wednesday)

Ramstein def. FIS 25-21, 25-17, 20-25, 25-21

Ramstein def. Würzburg 25-13, 25-14, 25-21

FIS def. Würzburg 25-14, 25-9, 25-20

Noteworthy—Regina Fleming led Ramstein against FIS with 9 kills and 6 aces. Teammates Kaylen Bannister and Tyler Fleenor had 4 kills and 6 blocks each; Jaici Cachuela had 14 assists and 4 kills; Lisa Domingo had 13 service points Sarah Moore 11. Against Würzburg, Moore posted 14 service points, Cachuela had 12 assists, and Rachel Best 4 kills.

Würzburg JV def. FIS JV 17-25, 27-25, 15-25, 15-10

Ramstein JV def. Würzburg JV 25-20, 25-21, 25-16

Ramstein JV def. FIS JV 25-10, 25-17, 25-17

At Brussels

Menwith Hill def. Brussels 25-11, 12-25, 25-16, 25-21

London Central def. Menwith Hill 25-16, 25-22, 23-25, 25-20

Brussels def. London Central 13-25, 19-25, 25-19, 25-23, 15-13

Noteworthy—Alyssa Dillon-Wasserman led London Central with 19 kills and 11 service aces; Janet Parker had 16 kills and 4 aces; Sara Lyewski had 36 assists and 3 aces. For Brussels, Elizabeth McVickers had 12 assists; Christine Exner had 9 kills and 7 aces; Michele Rosas had 20 digs and 7 aces .

At Kaiserslautern

Heidelberg def. Kasierslautern 25-13, 25-7, 25-20

Heidelberg def. Ansbach 25-11, 25-23, 24-26, 25-9

Ansbach def. Kaiserslautern 25-20, 25-21, 25-24

At Aviano

Aviano def. Patch 25-19, 25-8, 25-20 (Friday)

Noteworthy—Aviano coach Hans Hillestad reported 10 kills and 4 blocks for Jessica Corder.

Aviano def. Vilseck 25-9, 25-22, 25-22

Noteworthy—Corder had 14 kills and 3 blocks, Sandra Shipton made 19 digs and Brittany Patrick added 8 kills for Aviano.

Aviano def. Naples 27-25, 25-17, 25-21

Noteworthy—Corder had 13 more kills for Aviano; teammate Vanessa Russo served 6 aces. For Naples, Kelsey Anderson chalked up 14 assists and 5 kills; Renna Damo had 10 kills and 5 assists; Bev Wagner had 11 digs and Martie Wagner 14 assists.

Naples def. Vilseck 25-17, 26-28, 25-23, 14-25, 15-11

Noteworthy—Anderson had 11 kills and 17 assists for Naples, which got 12 kills and 6 assists from Damon, 18 assists from Martie Wagner and 3 kills and 4 blocks from Shizue Reid.

Naples def. Patch 25-23, 26-28, 17-25, 25-21, 16-14.

Noteworthy—Naples got 10 kills, 26 assists and 2 blocks from Anderson; 17 kills and 7 assists from Damon; 5 kills and 4 blocks from Reid and 20 assists from Martie Wagner.

At Vicenza

Vicenza def. Marymount 25-6, 14-25, 25-21, 29-27

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

Aviano hexagonal

Girls team scoring: Patch 23, Vilseck 68, Aviano 71, Naples 73. Marymount and Vicenza incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 20:14 (Course record. Old record 21:09 by Zarah Younossi, Naples, 2004); 2, Zarah Younossi (Nap) 20:42; 3, Caitlyn Gamble (Pat) 20:46; 4, Torie Persky (Pat) 21:27; 5, Kylie Marchant (Pat) 21:44; 6, Sasia Salter-Mack (Avi) 22:11; 7, Simona Womack (Vils) 22:17; 8, Shamyra Coleman (Vils) 22:21; 9, Kerry Olinger (Napl) 22:29; 10, Laura Ingold (Pat) 22:34.

Boys team scoring: Patch 26, Naples 35, Aviano 89, Vilseck 90. Marymount and Vuicenza incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, Nick Rogers (Pat) 17:03; 2, Derek Taylor (Pat) 17:20; 3, John Markman (Napl) 17:28; 4, Ken Lile (Pat) 17:54; 5, Dennis Lyska (Vils) 18:11; 6, Keegan Trott (Mmt) 18:18; 7, Dexter Monroe (Napl) 18:30; 8, Isaiah Pitts (Napl) 18:31; 9, Sean Welter (Napl) 18:37; 10, Tony Gorry (Pat) 18:51.

Noteworthy—Rogers equaled his course record set last October.

Ankara dual

(No team scoring; co-ed field)

1, Ryan Ruiz (Incirlik) 17:30; 2, Charles Bone (Ankara) 18:22; 3, Daniel Ramirez (Ank) 18:23; 4, Edin Muharemi (Ank) 20:47; 5, A.J. Hernandez (Inc) 20:48; 6, Sean Robbins (Inc) 21:33; 7, Terry Huang (Ank) 21:38; 8, Akmal Soliez (Ank) 22:32; 9, James Snow (Ank) 22:47; 10, Kara Roeske (Inc) 25:05; Lesley Osborne (Inc) 26:25; 12, Samantha Devila (Inc) 26:26.

Milan triangular

Boys team scoring: Milan 21, American Overseas School of Rome 38, Sigonella incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, Colin Chapman (Mil) 18:10; 2, John Welsh (AOSR) 18:16; 3, Colin Falconer (Mil) 18:28; 4, Andrew Boynton (Mil) 18:32; 5, Brian Boneau (Sig) 18:46; 6, Josh Kneeland (AOSR) 19:00; 7, Jed Lingat (Sig) 19:13; 8, Ian Falconer (Mil) 19:22; 9, Hirotaka Katayama (Mil) 19:44; 10, Schuyler Orecchio (Mil) 19:49.

Girls team scoring: Sigonella 30, Milan 34, American Overseas School of Rome 58.

Girls top finishers: 1, Erika Anderson (Sig) 20:52; 2, Sammantha Boos (Sig) 22:24; 3, Rebecca Smith (Sig) 22:40; 4, Sabrina Rossi (Mil) 22:41; 5, Arianna Simpson (Mil) 23:04; 6, Molly Ray (Mil) 23:08; 7, Darcy Borg (AOSR) 23:41; 8, Aeron O'Connor (Mil) 24:10; 9, Lauren Vanderharr (Sig) 24:31; 10, Stephanie Andreucci (AOSR) 24:33.

Kaiserslautern pentagonal

Girls team scoring: Kaiserslautern 37, Heidelberg 42, Ramstein 60, Black Forest Academy 73, Bitburg 130.

Girls top finishers: 1, Anna Hrushka (Kais) 20:18 (Course record. Old record 21:07 by Joy Hrushka, 2005); 2, Joy Hrushka (Kais) 20:21; 3, Colleen Smith (Kais) 20:23; 4, Lorraine Tucker (Rams) 20:56; 5, Lauren Brousseau (Heid) 21:09; 6, Julie Caldwell (Heid) 21:32; 7, Sandra Davidson (Bitb) 21:44; 8, Stephanie Polzer (Rams) 21:48; 9, Angela Cotter (Heid) 21:53; 10, Christina Nguyen (Heid) 22:06.

Noteworthy—Top four girls all bettered previous course record, set earlier this season, according to Kaiserslautern coach Marty Kollar.

Boys team scoring: Ramstein 21, Heidelberg 40, Black Forest Academy 77, Kaiserslautern 99, Bitburg 132.

Boys top finishers: 1, Danny Edwards (Rams) 15:37; 2, Jeremy Brady (Heid) 15:55; 3, Noah Sheppard (Rams) 16:15; 4, Kyle Southard (Rams) 16:53; 5, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 17:02; 6, Tucker Johnson (Kais) 17:29; 7, Bryan Armbrust (Heid) 17:42; 8, Vincent Jovenne (Rams) 17:48; 9, Elliott Boltz (Heid) 17:54; 10, Matt Shaw (Heid) 17:57.

Tennis(Individual forfeits not listed. No. 1s play best-of-3; others single 8-game pro set)

ISB at Lakenheath

Lakenheath girls 7, International School of Brussels 2: Kallie Hedberg (Lake) def. Paula Glover 6-4, ret., illness; Izumi Tatkeushi (ISB def, Jackie Sullivan (Lake) 8-1; Glover and Takesuhi def. Kay Lichtenberger and Jenna Harris 6-2, 6-0.

ISB boys 7, Lakenheath 2: George Dufournier (ISB) def. John Keenan 6-0, 6-1; Phil Burroughs (Lake) def. Oliver Whittle 8-5; Shoka Morisaka (ISB) def. Logan Snow 8-5; Sam Witte (ISB) def. Mitchell Petters 9-7; Yung Cho (ISB) def. Alek Castelain 8-6; Yuko Ogura (ISB) def. Julian Bellesario 8-5; Burroughs and Keenan def. Whittle and Morisaka 6-1, 6-2; Cho and Dufournier def. Snow and Petters 8-6; Witte and Alex Jensen (ISB) def. Jeremy Rogers and Ryan Brito 8-0.

Noteworthy—Burroughs and Keenan will finish their regular season 5-0, according to coach Daryl Brock, who said both players have other commitments this Saturday.

Patch at Bitburg

Bitburg boys 9, Patch 0: John Pendergrass def. Alex Taylor 6-1, 6-0; Zack Heath def. Kevin Yatsko 8-2; Kolby Kruse def. Sean Krowley 8-1; Marc Ramos def. Maurice Rolle 9-7; Colin Dermody def. Andrew Plotner 8-4; Mickey Cavaliero def. Zach Shoonover 8-0; Heath and Kruse def. Rolle and Krowley 6-3, 7-5; Pendergrass and Ramos def. Taylor and Yatsko 8-3; Cavaliero and Dermody def. Shoonover and Plotner 8-4.

Bitburg girls 9, Patch 0: Jennica Botonis def. Kirsten Jackson 6-1, 6-1; Jackiue Ventrice def. Tamara Oppliger 8-3; Ashley Fary def. Michelle Whitbeck 8-1; Sidnei Banks def. Adriane Anderson 8-6; Caitlin Schwartz def. Lauren Duke 8-4; Dani Goldfein def. Kim Vrogendewey 8-0; Ventrice and Fary def. Opplinger and Whitbeck 6-3, 6-4; Botonis and Banks def. Anderson and Jackson 8-0; Schwartz and Goldfein def. Duke and Vrogendewey 8-5.

Noteworthy—Lady Barons take an 8-0 season record into this Saturday’s match at Hanau, according to Bitburg coach Pete Vadney.

Bamberg at Vilseck

Vilseck girls 5, Bamberg 2: Jeannette Cortez (Vils) def. Timaree Engel 7-5, 6-0; Sarah Klein (Vils) def. Sophia Engel 8-6; Jennifer Clark (Vils) def. Ashlee Kozel 8-3; Katherine Schaffer (Vils) def. Brittany Liptak 8-1; Shereka Holback (Vils) def. America Kelly 8-6; Engel and Engel def. Cortez and Clark 6-2, 7-6 (8-6); Kozel and Liptak def. Klein and Schaffer 9-8 (7-5).

Bamberg boys 6, Vilseck 1: Paul Martiz (Bamb) def. Byron Schaffer 6-1, 6-0; Chad Perkins (Vils) def. Dillon Baker 8-4; Farih Abdul-Shakoor (Bamg) def. Kris Mena 8-4; Baker and Martiz def. Schaffer and Perkins 6-2, 4-6, 6-3.

Hanau at Ansbach

Hanau girls 6, Ansbach 3: Roxanne Vesaya (Ansb) def. Alex Rich 6-2, 6-0; Rachael Wilder (Ansb) def. Roxanne De La Cruz 8-4; Laura Williams (Han) def. Danielle Cook 9-8 (7-5); Vesaya and Wilder def. De La Cruz and Williams 8-1

Hanau boys 3, Ansbach 1: Zack Hilliker (Han) def. Bobby Taylor 6-0, 6-0; Stephen Pike (Ansb) def. Daren Crist 8-1; Hilliker and Crist def. Taylor and Pike 6-1, 6-2.

Mannheim at Baumholder

Mannheim boys 4, Baumholder 0: Chris Modica def. Steven Billington 6-0, 6-2; Adam Pauley def. Andrew Monton 8-4; Modica and Pauley def. Billington and Monton 6-0, 6-2.

Baumholder girls 9, Mannheim 0: Megan Anthony def. Annaliese Johnson 6-2, 6-1; Isabelle Ignacio def. Morgan Chavarria 8-4; Cellesse Griffin def. Sarah Rosenstein 9-7; Jolinda Melvin def. Kreleta Bert 8-6; Shannon Davila def. Liz Southworth 8-4; Ignacio and Griffin def. Johnson and Chavarria 6-2, 6-4; Anthony and Melvin def. Bert and Rosenstein 8-3.

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