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DODDS-Europe high school sports results for Sept. 29-30 in cross country, boys volleyball, girls volleyball, golf and tennis:

Cross country(All races 5,000 meters and run Saturday, Sept. 30)

At Ankara

Boys team scoring: Incirlik 26, Ankara 40

Boys top finishers: 1, Alex Thompson (Inc) 21:45; 2, McKinley Storey (Ank) 21:48; 3, Justin Nailey (Inc) 22:13; 4, Justin Bowers (Inc) 24:00; 5, Adam Michalski (Ank) 24:35; 6, Tin Music (Ank) 24:40; 7, Oscar Kruse (Inc) 24:50; 8, James Snow (Ank) 28:23; 9, Terry Huang (Ank) 30:28; 10, Komron Madiev (Ank) 32:23.

Girls team scoring: Ankara and Incirlik incomplete.

Girls top finisher: 1, Emily Slotness (Inc) 30:35.

At Würzburg

Boys team scoring: Ramstein 17, Wiesbaden 56, Giessen 64. Black Forest Academy, Bamberg, Hanau and Würzburg incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, Kyle Southard (Rams) 16:13 (Course record, old record 16:42, holder’s name and date unavailable); 2, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 16:21; 3, Jeffrey Suchil (Wies) 16:41; 4, Michael Parsons (Rams) 17:10; 5, Walker Nikolaus (Rams) 17:21; 6, Brent Schuck (Rams) 17:25; 7, Jerediah Fevold (Rams) 17:33; 8, Josh Stuckey (BFA) 17:53; 9, Laz Ramos (Rams) 17:59; 10, Greg Kemsley (Wies) 18:03.

Girls team scoring: Ramstein 15, Wiesbaden 55, Würzburg 78. Black Forest Academy, Bamberg, Giessen and Hanau incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Alexis Gomez (Rams) 20:53; 2, Shelby Watley (Rams) 21:07; 3, Lorraine Tucker (Rams) 21:08; 4, Victoruia Lyle (Rams) 21:08; 5, Stephanie Polzer (Rams) 21:27; 6, Caroline Nikolaus (Rams) 21:30; 7, Susie Fluker (Rams) 21:41; 8, Diana Rosslerova (Wzbg) 21:42; 9, Krystal Webb (Rams) 21:44; 10, Cary Menife (Wies) 22:00.

At SHAPE

Boys team scoring: Mannheim 37, Brussles 67, SHAPE 74, International School of Brussels 98, St. John’s of Brussels 134, Baumholder 139, Bitburg 142. AFNORTH incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, Fort Baudoin (ISB) 16:34; 2, Nathan Malinski (Brus) 16:41; 3, Tim Spicer (Mann) 16:45; 4, Ryan Poock (Bitb) 16:52; 5, Bobby Diaz (Mann) 17:05; 6, Daniel Krebs (ISB) 17:07; 7, Jimmy Russel (Unavailable) 17:33; 8, Matt Spicer (Mann) 17:31; 9, Davonte Cook (Mann) 17:47; 10, Eirik Iden (SHP) 17:59.

Girls team scoring: Bitburg 30, St. John's of Brussels 40, Baumholder 94, SHAPE 101, AFNORTH 101, International School of Brussels 110. Brussels and Mannheim were incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Sandra Davidson (Bitb) 20:39; 2, Naike Picollo (StJ) 21:16; 3, Hillary Lynde (StJ) 21:27; 4, Jamie Strobel (AFN) 21:50; 5, Rachel Poock (Bitb) 21:51; 6, Tayeshia Jackson (Mann) 22:23; 7, Susan Grunt (Mann) 22:30; 8, Ericha Griep (Bitb) 22:45; 9, Brianna Checkley (Bitb) 22:46; 10, Erin Beckman (SHP) 22:47.

At London Central

Boys team scoring: Lakenheath 22, London Central 36, Menwith Hill 86. Alconbury incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, Greg Billington (Lake) 16:19; 2, Josh Hoffman (Lake) 19:20; 3, Taylor Curry (Lake) 19:28; 4, Hugh Borchers (LC) 19:35; 5, Ben Ketchum (LC) 19:38; 6, Gabe Flood (Lake) 19:39; 7, Michael Regan (LC) 20:07; 8, Robbie Gonzalez (LC) 20:50; 9, Randy Gilliland (Alc) 20:55; 10, Dan Carter (MH) 21:06.

Girls team scoring: Lakenheath 18, London Central 41. Alconbury and Menwith Hill incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Amber Buckingham (Lake) 22:34; 2, Kaitlin Swanstrom (Lake) 23:38; 3, Megan Searle (Lake) 23:45; 4, Jade Lewis (LC) 24:11; 5, Emily Larson (MH) 24:36; 6, Brittany Buckingham (Lake) 24:42; 7, Sam Beatty (LC) 24:55; 8, Sarah Bessel (Lake) 25:35; 9, Amanda Schrader (Lake) 25:53; 10, Gianna Summa (LC) 26:37.

At Milan

Boys team scoring: 1, Milan 27, Naples 30. Vicenza and Livorno incomplete.

Boys top finishers: 1, John Markman (Napl) 17:27; 2, Colin Chapman (Mil) 18:04; 3, Sean Welter (Napl) 18:11; 4, Andy Boyton (Mil) 19:20; 5, Kyle Mears (Napl) 20:42; 6, Hirotaka Katayama (Mil) 20:53; 7, Alex Joss (Mil) 21:26; 8, Gaku Ikegaya (Mil) 21:33; 9, Alberto Viallacres (Mil) 21:35;10, Taylor White (Napl) 21:48.

Girls top scoring: 1, Milan 21, Naples 30. Vicenza and Livorno incomplete.

Girls top finishers: 1, Kacie Schoen (Napl) 22:07; 2, Alessia Nava (Mil) 23:15; 3, Carolina Galvan (Mil) 23:16; 4, Arianna Simpson (Mil) 23:26; 5, Anna Fasano (Napl) 23:46; 6, Allyson McKechnie (Napl) 25:17; 7, Camille Tureikis (Mil) 25:53;8, Brittany Trippe (Napl) 26:33; 9, Ciera Roblyer (Mil) 26:41; 10, Kat Whitaker (Napl) 26:50.

At Vilseck

Boys team scoring: Patch 18, Heidelberg 41, Kaiserslautern 91, Vilseck 102. Hohenfels incomplete.

Top boys finishers: 1, Nicholas Rogers (Pat) 17:38; 2, Kenneth Lile (Pat) 18:04; 3, Blake Langford (Heid) 18:18; 4, Zach Rideout (Pat) 18:51; 5, Jimmy Niescier (Pat) 18:55; 6, Matt Bender (Pat) 19:15; 7, Tyler Anger (Heid) 19:15; 8, Joel Nordstrom (Heid) 19:18; 9, Sean Anderson (Vils) 19:20;10, Jacob Dickey (Pat) 19:42.

Girls team scoring: Kaiserslautern 25, Patch 50, Heidelberg 58, Vilseck 93. Hohenfels incomplete.

Top girls finishers: 1, Colleen Smith (Kais) 21:00; 2, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 21:27; 3, Joy Hrushka (Kais) 22:08; 4, Eboni Strawder (Kais) 22:52; 5, Lauren Brousseau (Heid) 22:53; 6, Julie Caldwell (Heid) 22:54; 7, Elizabeth Avila (Kais) 23:12; 8, Kylie Marchant (Pat) 23:32; 9, Simona Womack (Vils) 23:42; 10, Lauren Rideout (Pat) 24:00.

Boys volleyball(Conference varsity games are best-of-5; JV and some nonconference varsity are best-of-three)

Friday at Ankara

Ankara def. Incirlik 25-21, 18-25, 25-22, 26-24

Ankara JV def. Incirlik JV 25-15, 25-10

Saturday at Ankara

Incirlik def. Ankara 25-21, 25-23

Ankara JV def. Incirlik JV 25-9, 25-19

Friday at Marymount International of Rome

Aviano def. Marymount 25-12, 25-10, 15-25, 25-8

American Overseas School of Rome def. Sigonella 25-11, 25-14, 25-14

Noteworthy: Don Rodil had 6 kills and an ace for Sigonella.

Friday at Milan

Milan def. Livorno 25-18, 25-15

Naples def. Livorno 25-17, 25-19, 25-16

Saturday at Milan

Naples def. Milan 25-20, 25-20

Livorno def. Vicenza 25-15, 25-9, 25-21

Naples def. Vicenza 25-8, 25-14, 25-18

Saturday at Marymount International of Rome

Aviano def. Sigonella 25-15, 25-15, 25-12

Noteworthy: Don Rodil posted 9 kills, 2 blocks for Sigonella.

Girls volleyballFriday at Ankara

Ankara def. Incirlik 25-21, 22-25, 25-20, 25-12

Incirlik JV def. Ankara JV 25-14, 5-25, 15-4

Saturday at Ankara

Incirlik def. Ankara 13-25, 25-14, 15-4

Ankara JV def. Incirlik 12-25, 25-18, 15-3

Friday at Marymount International of Rome

Aviano def. Marymount 15-11, 15-9, 15-13

Noteworthy: Lindsey Jackson posted 11 kills, 14 assists and 2 aces for Aviano, which got 11 kills from Brittany Patrick and 6 from Tiffanie Hight.

Sigonella def. American Overseas School of Rome 23-25, 25-23, 25-17, 25-15

Noteworthy: Jessica Bagley registered 16 kills and 7 aces and Amy Stuyvesant 5 kills for Sigonella.

Friday at Milan

Naples def. Milan 25-13, 25-16, 25-13

Saturday at Milan

Naples def. Vicenza 25-12, 25-21, 25-20

Milan def. Vicenza 17-25, 25-11, 25-17, 25-19

Saturday at Marymount International of Rome

Aviano def. Sigonella 25-10, 25-10, 25-13

Noteworthy: Lindsey Jackson handed out 6 assists and Brittany Patrick posted 4 blocks as Aviano (4-0 overall and 1-0 in American Schools in Italy League play) won its 27th straight match and 87th straight against Italy opponents, according to coach Hans Hillestad. For Sigonella, Jessica Bagley added 3 kills and 3 aces, and Bryanna Zawodniak made 4 assists.

Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium

SHAPE def. Mannheim 25-22, 25-23, 25-11

Noteworthy: SHAPE got a combined 21 service points from Kristen Whitney and Brittany Woolverton.

Mannheim def. AFNORTH 25-15, 25-18, 15-25, 25-18

Noteworthy: For Mannheim, Valerie Sasa served 8 straight points.

SHAPE def. AFNORTH 25-15, 25-18, 15-25, 25-18

Mannheim JV def. SHAPE JV 25-16, 25-16

Mannheim JV def. AFNORTH JV 25-11, 25-9

Saturday at Hohenfels

Hohenfels def. Ansbach 25-13, 19-25, 25-9, 25-16

Hohenfels JV def. Ansbach JV 14-25, 26-24, 15-7

Saturday at Lakenheath

Lakenheath def. Bitburg 25-19, 26-24, 25-20

Noteworthy: For Lakenheath, 10 of Anne Kennans’ 16 service points were aces. She also made 3 kills as did her teammates Kassandra Peot and Greta Gerstner. Gerstner had 23 digs and Peot 4 aces. Kristina Jemison had 5 kills and Lisa McBride 36 assists. Bitburg got 4 kills from Emily Long, 3 aces from Nichole Griep and 2 blocks each from Courtney Roberson, Ashlynn Marra and Kylie Kudwig.

Saturday at Baumholder

Baumholder def. Giessen 25-7, 25-22, 25-12

Baumholder def. Kaiserslautern 25-21, 25-22, 20-25, 21-25, 15-9

Kaiserslautern def. Giessen 26-24, 27-25, 25-18

Kaiserslautern JV def. Baumholder JV 25-16, 15-25, 25-15, 25-22

Saturday at Würzburg

Würzburg def. Black Forest Academy 25-8, 21-25, 25-21, 25-18

Wiesbaden def. Würzburg 15-25, 25-21, 25-10, 16-25, 15-9

BFA def. Wiesbaden 23-25, 25-23, 15-25, 25-20, 15-8

Saturday at Vilseck

Vilseck def. Patch 25-16, 25-17, 25-10.

Vilseck def. Heidelberg 25-14, 23-25, 24-26, 25-23, 15-13

Heidelberg def. Patch 25-21, 25-15, 25-16

Noteworthy: For the day, Patch got 8 aces and 3 blocks from Sherri Penn, 3 kills and a 6-point service run from Kasy’e Lalau, 4 blocks and 2 kills from Brittany Phillips and a 5-point service run from Caroline Beaudette. Heidelberg’s standouts were Courtney Buchwald with 24 kills, Corrinne Payne with 43 assists, Katie Anest with 6 blocks and Cortnee Sharpe with 7 digs. Pacing Vilseck were Ashley Hicks with 26 total kills, Alania McKinnis with 12 kills and setter Becky Linka with 71 assists.

Golf(Scoring is modified Stableford, awarding one point for double-bogey, two for bogey, three for par, four for birdie and six for eagle or ace. Team scores are total points from top four scorers. Minimum teams are four boys and two girls)

Friday, at Baumholder

Boys team scoring: Lakenheath 126, Patch 82, Baumholder 67, Hanau 29

Leading individuals: 1, Kyle Tyree (Lake) 36; 2, Josiah Almosara (Lake) 32, Marshall Webb (Lake) 31, Alex Athey (Pat) 28.

Longest drive: Erick Hernandez (Lake)

Closest to the pin: Athey.

Girls team scoring: Patch 42, Lakenheath 32, Baumholder 5. Hanau no team.

Leading individuals: 1, Brittany Morris (Pat) 22, Laura Habel (Pat) 19; 3, Molly Henage (Lake) 12; 4, Kayla Esmond (Lake) 10.

Longest drive: Sarah Mills (Lake)

Closest to the pin: None.

Thursday at Woodlawn Golf Course, Kaiserslautern

Boys team scoring: Lakenheath 124, Kaiserslautern 106, Heidelberg 79, Vilseck 23.

Leading individuals: 1, Ben Antonik (Kais) 40; 2, Kai Pope (Lake) 33; 3, Tyler Woodrow (Lake) 32; 4, Almosara, 31.

Longest drive: Pope.

Closest to the pin: Tyree.

Noteworthy: Woodrow birdied first hole for only birdie of the day, according to Kaiserslautern coach Gerald Oyan.

Girls team scoring: Lakenheath 45, Heidelberg 41. Vilseck 29. Kaiserslautern had no team.

Leading individuals: 1, Henage, 21; 2, Connie Kwon (Heid) 14; 3, (tie) Caitlin Donnelly (Heid) and Courtney Baer (Vils) 12 each.

Longest drive: Stevi Hood (Vils).

Closest to the pin: Mills.

Tennis(Saturday, individual forfeits not listed. No. 1s play best-of-3 sets, time permitting. Others play single 8-game pro set)

Incirlik at Ankara

(No team scoring)

Andrew Knapp (Inc) def. Donavan Houston 7-5, 6-1; Melisa Siedow (Inc) def. Naile Sanders 6-2, 6-3.

Bamberg at Hanau

Hanau boys 3, Bamberg 0: All matches were forfeits.

Bamberg girls 4, Hanau 3: Jennifer Clark (Bamb) def. Laura Williams 6-2, 6-2; Sophia Engel (Bamb) def. Melissa Holt 8-1; Ashlee Kozel (Bamb) def. Sara Hauersman 8-1; Engel and Kozel def. Williams and Hauserman 6-1, 6-2.

Giessen at Baumholder

Baumholder boys 9, Giessen 0: All matches forfeited.

Baumholder girls 9, Giessen 0: Isabelle Ignacio (Baum) def. Melanie Seitz 6-0, 6-3; Audrianna Bustoz (Baum) def. Lisa Wagenis 8-2.

Bitburg at Lakenheath

Lakenheath girls 6, Bitburg 3: Jennica Botonis (Bitb) def. Felicia Lamothe 6-0, 6-0; Jessica Lamothe (Lake) def. Caitlin Schwartz 8-3; Jenna Harris (Lake) def. Audrey Neubauer 8-5; Kathryn Barber (Lake) def. Stephanie Faucher 9-8 (7-3); Michelle Sullivan (Lake) def. Natasja Brown 8-1; Molly Martin (Lake) def. Madison McKenna 8-2; F. Lamothe and Harris def. Schwartz and Neubauer 1-6, 6-2, 6-4; Botonis and Faucher def. Anna Marie Pontius and Jelisa Curl 8-0; Brown and McKenna def. Dongsuk Smith and Maggie Bessel 8-0. Noteworthy: Lakenheath victory snapped two-year, 16-match winning streak for Baumholder girls, according to Lakenheath coach Darryl Brock. Bitburg’s Botonis remained unbeaten in singles, he added.

Butburg boys 5, Lakenheath 4: Zach heath (Bitb) def. Logan Snow 1-6, 6-2, 6-1; Chad Roberson (Bitb) def. Danny Burroughs 8-2; Eric Hernandez (Bitb) def. Julian Belisario 9-7; Jonathan Quigley (Lake) def. Greg Combass 8-5; Jeremy Rogers (Lake) def. Tim Liebig 8-2; Alex MacWilliams (Lake) def. Timmy Merrill 8-3; Heath and Roberson def. Snow and Burroughs 6-2, 6-2; Hernandez and Combass def. Stpehan Harley and Josh San Augustin 9-8 (7-5); Sean Bennett and Seth Hollingsworth (Lake) def. Liebig and Merrill 8-6. Noteworthy: Bitburg’s Heath remained unbeaten in singles.

Wiesbaden at Würzburg

Wiesbaden boys 8, Würzburg 1: Patrick Barrenechea (Wies) def Sean Danganan 6-3, 7-5; Mike Long (Wies) def Brandon Danganan 9-7; Adam Tavares (Wzbg) def Carlin Greeson 8-4; Tyler Sullivan and Michael Quezada (Wies) def B. Danganan and A. Tavares 6-1, 6-3.

Wiesbaden girls 8, Würzburg 1: Jemela McKinzy (Wies) def Lori-Ann Daley 6-4, 6-3; Jessica Smith (Wies) def. Stefani Montano 8-3; Missy Drake (Wies) def Kelli Montano 8-2; Stefanie McQuiggan (Wies) def Jessica Tavares 8-1; Nancy Jensen and Katie Foxworth (Wies) def S. Montano and K. Montano 6-0, 6-0; Daley and K. Montano def Lisa Enokawa and Rachel Lally 8-2.

Livorno, Naples, Vicenza at Milan

(No team scoring)

Boys: Teddy Carrow (Mil) def. Micheal Sheets (Livorno) 6-1, 6-4; Vito Di Vaio (Mil) def. Luke Gassie (Liv) 8-1; Chris Roscoe (Napl) def. Gassie 8-1; Ryan Umstaeder (Liv) def. Felipe Diaz (Vicz) 6-0, 6-1; Diaz def. Sheets (Liv) 7-6, (9-7), 7-6 (7-5); Roscoe and Andrew Smith (Napl) def. Francesco Rancanelli and Peter Firouzbakht (Mil) 6-2, 6-4; Roscoe and Smith def. Will Barton and Randy Lintz (Vicz) 7-6 (9-7), 6-2; Frederick Hartage and Fabiaw Books (Napl) def. Ross Snare and Phillip Black (Mil) 8-3.

Girls: Shannon Ginter (Napl) def. Bianca Andrews (Liv) 6-3, 6-4; Victoria Musotto (Mil) def. Ginter 6-0, 6-1; Rachel Ezell (Mil) def. Audrey Ingalls (Napl) 8-0; Ingalls def. Christina Buffington (Vicz) 8-0; Alex Patrizi and Lucia Trombi (Mil) def. Amanda Oliver and Veronica Escalona (Liv) 6-1, 6-2 ; Dominique Ajabi and Monica Giddens (Napl) def. Oliver and Escalona 6-2, 6-0 ; Ajabi and Giddens def. Reagan Womble and Jesalyn Drapez (Vicz) 6-0, 6-1; Patrizi and Trombi def. Ajabi and Giddens 6-4, 6-2; Womble and Drapez def. Oliver and Escalona 6-2, 6-0.

AFNORTH at SHAPE

SHAPE boys 9, AFNORTH 0: Claudio Giraldo (SHP) def. Seth Meitzmer 6-1, 6-2.

AFNORTH girls 7, SHAPE 2: Krista Citkovska (SHP) def. Heather Acre 6-0, 6-0; Ilena Jansen (SHP) def. Crystal Steltenpohol 8-3; Asia Johnson (AFN) def. Sovy Chan 8-2; Erica Everington (AFN) def. Cassandra Howe 8-2; Michaelle Pilote (AFN) def. Kesenia Tropina 8-6; Megan McQuillan (AFN) def. Emma Hagen 8-2; Acre and Steltenpohl def. Jansen and Chan 6-2, 6-2; Johnson and Everington def. Howe and Hagen 8-1.

Heidelberg at Ramstein

Ramstein girls 9, Heidelberg 0: Alison Luthman (Rams) def. Chelsea Cotter 6-1, 6-0; 2, Jackie Ventrice (Rams) def. Kareen Griffith 8-1; Lindsey Jones (Rams) def. Caitlin Barrow 8-6; Ashley Ferry Rams) def. Andrea Wheatcroft 8-3; Brittany Godwin (Rams) def. Ali Perez 8-6; Kelly Conrad def. Ashley Merseroua 8-1; Ventrice and Jones def. Cotter and Griffith 6-3, 6-1; Godwin and Allison Luthman def. Barrow and Wheatcroft 8-2.

Ramstein boys 5, Heidelberg 4: Nicholas Garcia (Heid) def. Sean Stokstad 6-0, 6-2; Sam Pohl (Heid) def. Matt Puchta 8-0; Blair Martin (Heid) def. Shawn Kelley 8-6; Mike Fisher (Rams) def. Chris Ellis 8-6; Eric Radvanyi (Rams) def. Andrew Stephens 8-3; David Bricker (Rams) def. Michael Fields 8-0; Garcia and Pohl def. S. Kelley and Puchta 6-0, 6-0; Stokstad and Radvanyi def. Martin and Ellis 8-2; Brian Kelley and Bricker def. Fields and Stephens 8-1.

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