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Matt Puchta of Ramstein High School sprints for a return during his doubles match against a SHAPE on Saturday. Puchta and teammate Shawn Kelley swept Jorge Rodriguez 6-0, 6-2, part of a 9-0 win for Ramstein.
Matt Puchta of Ramstein High School sprints for a return during his doubles match against a SHAPE on Saturday. Puchta and teammate Shawn Kelley swept Jorge Rodriguez 6-0, 6-2, part of a 9-0 win for Ramstein. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Matt Puchta of Ramstein High School sprints for a return during his doubles match against a SHAPE on Saturday. Puchta and teammate Shawn Kelley swept Jorge Rodriguez 6-0, 6-2, part of a 9-0 win for Ramstein.
Matt Puchta of Ramstein High School sprints for a return during his doubles match against a SHAPE on Saturday. Puchta and teammate Shawn Kelley swept Jorge Rodriguez 6-0, 6-2, part of a 9-0 win for Ramstein. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Tyler Fleenor from Ramstein bumps the ball during the opening season girls volleyball match at Ramstein on Saturday. Ramstein swept SHAPE 25-23, 25-20, 25-13.
Tyler Fleenor from Ramstein bumps the ball during the opening season girls volleyball match at Ramstein on Saturday. Ramstein swept SHAPE 25-23, 25-20, 25-13. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Ramstein's Kaylen Bannister towers over Kaiserslautern’s Deadre Green for a block during a match at Ramstein on Saturday.
Ramstein's Kaylen Bannister towers over Kaiserslautern’s Deadre Green for a block during a match at Ramstein on Saturday. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Ramstein's Brandy Hale, left, blocks a spike attempt by Karina Sutton of SHAPE.
Ramstein's Brandy Hale, left, blocks a spike attempt by Karina Sutton of SHAPE. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Kristen Whitney from SHAPE bumps the ball during a match against Ramstein.
Kristen Whitney from SHAPE bumps the ball during a match against Ramstein. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

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

At Sigonella

Boys

Team scoring—Naples 18, Sigonella 40

Leading individuals (Times other than winner's unavailable)—1, John Markman (Napl) 17:54; 2, Sean Welter (Napl); 3, Kyle Mears (Napl); 4, Patrick Felia (Sig); 5, Joshue Powell (Napl); 6, Ken Elliott (Sig); 7, Jake Edgar (Napl); 8, Chase Montambo (Napl); 9, George Corey (Sig); 10, Dane Paschall (Sig).

Girls

Team scoring—Naples 15, Sigonella incomplete.

Leading individuals (Times other than winner's unavailable)—1, Erika Anderson (Sig) 22:03; 2, Kacie Schoen (Napl); 3, Lauren Vonderharr (Sig); 4, Anna Fasano (Napl); 5, Allyson McKecknie (Napl); 6, Kaitlyn Hall (Sig); 7, Brittany Trippe (Napl); 8, Kat Whitaker (Napl); 9, Kailin Bibeau (Napl); 10, Mellissa McDonald (Napl).

At Aviano

Boys

Team scoring—American Overseas School of Rome 23, Aviano 32

Leading individuals—1, Seth Moore (AOSR) 17:48; 2, Toha Kane-Potaky (AOSR) 20:10; 3, David Ananiabes (AOSR) 20:10; 4, Mark Corpuz (Avi) 20:39; 5, Josh Blanco (Avi) 20:45; 6, Ryan Griffin (Avi) 20:57; 7, David Grosso (AOSR) 21:11; 8, Nicho Eggers (Avi) 21:16; 9, Levi McCracken (Avi) 22:12; 10, James Freeman (AOSR) 22:24.

Girls

Team scoring—Aviano 15, AOSR 50

Leading individuals—1, Shelby Yoakum (Avi) 21:49; 2, Andrea Walden (Avi) 22:30; 3, Sasia Salter-Mack (Avi) 22:34; 4, Stefanie Collier (Avi) 23:16; 5, Bianca Boney (Avi) 23:23; 6, Dene LeBouef (Avi) 23:34; 7, Ariel Miznik (Avi) 23:48; 8, Brittany Ward (Avi) 23:50; 9, Jillian Kneeland (AOSR) 24:20; 10, Shanna Wight (Avi) 26:23.

At Mannheim

Boys

Team scoring—Mannheim 19, Munich International School 57, Giessen 62, Bitburg 108; Würzburg incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Tim Spicer (Mann) 17:20; 2, Bobby Diaz (Mann) 17:23; 3, Ryan Poock (Bitb) 17:24; 4, Davonte Cook (Mann) 17:34; 5, Matt Spicer (Mann) 18:04; 6, Alex Blake (MIS) 18:20; 7, Brandon Spicer (Mann) 18:39; 8, Anthony Collazos (Gies) 19:04; 9, Philip McFarland (Gies) 19:11; 10, Barrett Schake (MIS) 19:25.

Girls

Team scoring—Bitburg 31. Giessen, Mannheim, Munich International School and Würzburg incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Diana Rosslerova (Wzbg) 22:06; 2, Sandra Davidson (Bitb) 22:08; 3, Rachel Poock (Bitb) 22:19; 4, Verena Reed (MIS) 22:37; 5, Susan Grunt (Mann) 22:39; 6, Tayeisha Jackson (Mann) 23:22; 7, Erica Griep (Bitb) 23:45; 8, Aires Quintero (Han) 23:50; 9, Erica Green (Bitb) 23:53; 10, Erica Feldhausen (Bitb) 24:05.

At St. John’s, Brussels

Boys

Team scoring-SHAPE 71, Brussels 78, American School of the Hague 84, International School of Brussels 119, TASIS-England 120, St. John’s of Brussels 141, Wiesbaden 147; British School of Brussels incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, David Armontrout (ASH) 16:35; 2, Nathan Malinski (Brus) 16:42; 3, Fort Baudoin (ISB) 16:45; 4, Daniel Kribs (ISB) 17:18; 5, Jimmy Russell (Brus) 17:20; 6, Joe Mattenzi (TASIS) 17:50; 7, Miles Bason (ISB) 17:54; 8, Eric Ideu (SHP) 17:55; 9, Kevin Gaugan (ASH) 18:00; 10, John Green (SHP) 18:00.

Girls

Team scoring—St. John’s of Brussels 66, Wiesbaden 91, American School of the Hague 101, TASIS-England 121, International School of Brussels 164, SHAPE 234, Brussels 277; British School of Brussels incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Catherine Cunningham (BSB) 21:30; 2, Naike Picollo (StJ) 21:31; 3, Carla Velge-Urguijo (TASIS) 21:59; 4, Allison Ocoma (Wies) 22:00; 5, Hillary Lynde (StJ) 22:24; 6, Cary Meisner (Wies) 22:24; 7, Venja Schwartz (ISB) 22:45; 8, Haley Cunningham (TASIS) 22:47; 9, Haley Thayer (Wies) 22:47; 10, Laura Caudukrogt (ASH) 22:47.

At Menwith Hill

Boys

Team scoring—Lakenheath 21, London Central 49, Menwith Hill 82, AFNORTH 89; Alconbury incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Greg Billington (Lake) 16:18 (course record, old record unavailable); 2, Josh Hoffman (Lake) 18:20; 3, Hugh Borchers (LC) 19:19; 4, Taylor Curry (Lake) 19:24; 5, Ben Ketchum (LC) 19:29; 6, Gabe Flood (Lake) 19:35; 7, Brad Yates (Alc) 20:03; 8, Dan Carter (MH) 20:09; 9, Conner Kelley (Lake) 20:34; 10, Peter Strauss (AFN) 20:41.

Girls

Team scoring—Lakenheath 26, London Central 52, AFNORTH 89; Alconbury and Menwith Hill incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Amber Buckingham (Lake) 21:49 (course record; old record unavailable); 2, Megan Searle (Lake) 22:21; 3, Jamie Strobel (AFN) 22:43; 4, Jade Lewis (LC) 23:01; 5, Cassie Nelson (LC) 23:22; 6, Kaitlin Swanstrom (Lake) 23:46; 7, Emma Vantine (AFN) 24:02; 8, Emily Larson (MH) 24:03; 9, Sarah Bessel (Lake) 24:11; 10, Brittany Buckingham (unavailable) 24:14.

At Black Forest Academy

Boys

Team scoring—Patch 25, Heidelberg 32, Frankfurt International School 78, Black Forest Academy incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Nicholas Rogers (Pat) 17:55; 2, Blake Langford (Heid) 18:16; 3, Kenneth Lile (Pat) 18:24; 4, Joshua Stuckey (BFA) 19:24; 5, Jimmy Niescier (Pat) 19:33; 6, Matt Bender (Pat) 19:33; 7, Joel Nordstrom (Heid) 19:40; 8, Tyler Anger (Heid) 19.45; 9, David Lambert (Heid) 20:07; 10, Ian Williams (Heid) 20:08.

Girls

Team scoring—Heidelberg 27, Patch 29. FIS and BFA incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 21:23; 2, Lauren Brousseu (Heid) 23:10; 3, Julie Caldwell (Heid) 23:16; 4, Kylie Marchant (Pat) 24:21; 5, Kristin Bender (Pat) 24:45; 6, Christina Nguyen (Heid) 25:42; 7, Iva Reese (Heid) 25:49; 8, Elizabeth Green (Pat) 26:04; 9, Dominique Gray (Heid) 26:24; 10, Mary Greco (Heid) 26:25.

At Ramstein

Boys

Team scoring—Ramstein 15, Kaiserslautern 60, Baumholder 68; Vilseck incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 17:13; 2, Kyle Southard (Rams) 17:42; 3, Michael Parson (Rams) 17:53; 4, Walker Nikolaus (Rams) 18:31; 5, Brent Shuck (Rams) 18:31; 6, J.D. Fevold (Rams) 19:01; 7, Robby Burnett (Rams) 19:07; 8, Alex Cunningham (Kais) 19:14; 9, Kenny Cavanaugh (Rams) 19:17; 10, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 19:19.

Girls

Team scoring—Ramstein 29, Kaiserslautern 30, Vilseck 76, Baumholder 109.

Leading individuals—1, Colleen Smith (Kais) 21:22; 2, Joy Hrushka (Kais) 21:30; 3, Lorraine Tucker (Rams) 22:24; 4, Shelby Watley (Rams) 22:27; 5, Eboni Strawder (kais) 22:33; 6, Stephanie Polzer (Rams) 22:40; 7, Alexus Gomez (Rams) 22:52; 8, Elizabeth Avial (Kais) 22:57; 9, Caroline Nikolaus (Rams) 23:06; 10, Simona Womack (Vils) 23:15.

VolleyballBoys

(Friday at Aviano)

Aviano def. Livorno 25-9, 25-23, 25-15

Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Louis Lucidi, Zach Bradt led the attack for Aviano, which enjoyed “superb” setting and serving from Nick McClary and defensive leadership from freshman Francisco Anzoategui. Lucidi said Alessio Buccellato led the Livorno offense.

AOSR def. Aviano 12-25, 25-19, 25-17, 25-23

(Saturday at Aviano)

AOSR def. Livorno 25-8, 24-26, 17-25, 25-18, 15-12.

Aviano tied AOSR 21-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-15.

(Friday at Sigonella)

Naples def. Sigonella 25-13, 25-15.

(Saturday at Sigonella)

Naples def. Sigonella 25-14, 25-15, 20-25, 25-17.

Noteworthy—Friday’s match was nonconference; Saturday's counted in the conference race.

Girls

(Friday at Aviano)

Aviano def. AOSR 25-8, 25-7, 25-6

Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Pam Hillestad, Lindsey Jackson was 24-of-25 serving, with 3 aces; she also had 10 assists and 4 kills.

(Saturday at Aviano)

Aviano def. AOSR 25-7, 25-4, 25-8.

Noteworthy—Hillestad said Jackson was 31-of-31 serving, with 2 aces.

(Saturday at Ramstein)

Ramstein def. Kaiserslautern 25-13, 25-18, 25-13.

Noteworthy—Conference-opener victory paced by 12 blocks and 4 kills by middle hitter Tyler Fleenor and 8 service points by Lisa Domingo, 4 on jump serves, according to coach Hia Sebastian.

Ramstein def. SHAPE 25-23, 25-20, 25-13.

Noteworthy—Sebastian reported 5 service aces and 6 kills by Brandy Hale and 4 jump-serve aces by freshman Charnel Austin as defending D-1 champs went to 3-0 for season.

Kaiserslautern def. SHAPE 15-25, 25-14, 25-23, 26-24.

Noteworthy—K-town coach Scott Davis cited consistent serving by Hannah Honeycutt and Shalisa Baldwin.

Ramstein JV def. Kaiserslautern JV 25-8, 25-23

Ramstein JV def. SHAPE JV 25-13, 25-19

Kaiserslautern JV def. SHAPE JV 25-20, 25-15.

(Saturday at Wiesbaden)

Lakenheath def. Wiesbaden 25-21, 26-24, 19-25, 25-23

Lakenheath def. Patch 25-13, 25-22, 25-22

Patch def. Wiesbaden 25-14, 25-17, 18-25, 25-23.

Noteworthy—For the day Lakenheath’s Lis McBride was credited with 88 assists and 10 aces, while teammate Greta Gerstner posted 6 aces and 18 digs and Anne Kennan had 10 aces. Patch stars were Sherri Denn with 12 blocks, 4 aces and 8 kills, All-European Kasy’e Lalau with 12 kills and 9 blocks, and Alix McGee with 10 kills. Wiesbaden’s Elisha Nieves registerd 58 assists and 15 digs; teammate Michaela Rodriguez posted 10 blocks and 7 aces.

(Saturday at Giessen)

Ansbach def. Giessen 25-23, 25-21, 25-20

Brussels def. Bamberg 25-9, 25-15, 14-25, 25-21

Giessen def. Brussels 25-20, 20-25, 25-20, 27-25

Bamberg def. Ansbach 25-15, 25-19, 22-25, 25-21

Noteworthy—For Brussels, Liz McVicker was credited with 22 assists on the day, Caitlin Quinn posted 15 assists and 10 kills, Catherine Exner had 10 kills and Kaitlyn Oppenhim 5 solo blocks.

Ansbach JV def. Bamberg JV 26-24, 25-18.

Golf(All matches are modified Stableford scoring awarding one point for double-bogey, two for bogey, three for par, four for birdie and six for eagle or ace. Team scoring is sum points totals for top four players)

At Lakenheath

(Friday at Breckwood Pines course)

Boys

Team scoring—Ramstein 169, Lakenheath 148, Rota 125, Wiesbaden 66.

Leading individuals—1, Stewart Dines (Rams) 44; 2, (tie) Michael Haas (Rams) and Josiah Almosara (Lake) 43 each; 4, (tie) Craig Herron (Rams) and Matthew Wiederholt (Rams) 41 each; 6, Kai Pope (Lake) 36; 7, Gavon Byrd (Rams) 37; 8, Adrian Conrad (Rams) 35; 9, Nick Delgado (Rota) 34; 10, (tie) Tyson Campbell (Lake), Hank Moll (Rams), Jake Niemyer (Rams) and Kyle Tyree (Lake) 33 each; 14, Alex Crist (Rota), Chris Halbritter (Rota) and Dan Jones (Lake) 32 each; 17, (tie) Stephan Braden (Rams) and Ben Meyer (Rams) 31 each; 19, Eric Mosley (Rams) 30; 20, Mike Semon (Rams) 28.

Longest drive—Wiederholt.

Closest to the pin—Bryan Hurley (Rota).

Girls

Team scoring—Lakenheath 60, Ramstein 49, Wiesbaden 1; Rota no team.

Leading individuals—1, Molly Henage (Lake) 23; 2, (tie) Kayla Esmond (Lake) and Allysen Vance (Rams) 20; 4, Marissa Engelbaum (Rams) 13; 5, Becca Groff (Lake) 12; 6, (tie) Cybil Martin (Rams) and Courtney Vance (Rams) 8 each; 8, Gabrielle Morse (Rams) 7; 9, Julie Fouse (Lake) 5; 10, Patsy Young (Rams) 4.

Longest drive—Esmond.

Closest to the pin—None.

At Lakenheath

(Thursday at Breckwood Pines course)

Boys

Team scoring—Lakenheath 134, Ramstein 131, Rota 113, Wiesbaden 54.

Leading individuals—1, Dines (Rams) 38; 2, Tyree (Lake) 36; 3, (tie) Crist (Rota) and Almosara (Lake) 35 each; 5, Pope (Lake) 33; 6, Herron (Rams) 32; 7, Haas (Rams) 31; 8, (tie) Conrad (Rams), Wiederholt (Rams) and Eric Hernandez (Lake) 30 each; 11, (tie) Michael Davidson (Rams) and Marshall Webb (Lake) 29 each; 13, (tie) Delgado (Rota), Campbell (Lake) and Byrd (Rams) 28 each; 16, (tie) Noah Fortunato (Rams) and Semon (Rams) 27 each; 18, (tie) Mol (Rams), Halbritter (Rota) and Zach Carroll (Lake) 26 each.

Longest drive and closest to the pin unavailable.

Girls

Team scoring—Lakenheath 54, Ramstein 53, Wiesbaden 1; Rota no team.

Leading individuals—1, (tie) Engelbaum (Rams) and A. Vance (Rams) 21 each; 3, Henage (Lake) 19; 4, Goff (Lake) 16; 5, Esmond (Lake) 11; 6, Fouse (Lake) 8; 7, C. Vance (Rams) 6; 8, Martin (Rams) 5.

Longest drive and closest to pin unavailable.

At Heidelberg

(Thursday at Heidelberg golf course)

Boys

Team scoring—Kaiserslautern 106, Patch 86, Heidelberg 71, Baumholder 36, Hanau 30, Vilseck 30.

Leading individuals—1, Ben Antonik (Kais) 46; 2, (tie) Johnny Russell (Heid) and Andrew Tribble (Pat) 29 each; 4, James Lee (Kais) 28; 5, Alex Athey (Pat) 24; 6, Marcus Bomberger (Han) 23; 7, Jason Roberts (Vils) 21; 8, Kyle Bookout (Kais) 18; 9, Tyler Boswell (Pat) 17; 10, (tie) Thomas Dilfer (Heid), Nathan Inbody (Baum) and Chris McGill (Pat) 16 each; 13, (tie) James Bailey (Kais), Tyler Kilgore (Heid), Bryan McGill (Pat) and William Nakajo (Pat) 14 each.

Longest drive and closest to pin unavailable.

Girls

Team scoring—Heidelberg 39, Patch 35, Vilseck 29, Baumholder 11; Hanau no team.

Leading individuals—1, Brittany Morris (Pat) 19; 2, Connie Kwon (Heid) 15; 3, Lara Habel (Pat) 14; 4, (tie) Courtney Baer (Vils) and Stevi Hood (Vils) 12 each; 6, Sarah Fowler (Heid) 11; 7, (tie) Barbara Burriss (Kais), Michelle Gulle (Heid) and Elizabeth Jackson (Heid) 9 each; 10, Chelsea Hall (Baum) 7.

Longest drive and closest to pin unavailable.

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

Würzburg at Hanau

Hanau boys 2, Würzburg 1

Sean Dagannan (Wzbg) def. Stephen Evans 6-0, 6-1.

Würzburg girls 6, Hanau 0

Lori-Ann Daley (Wzbg) def. Laura Williams 6-1, 6-1; Stephanie Montano (Wzbg) def. Melissa Holt 8-2; Kelli Montano (Wzbg) def. Sara Hauserman 8-2; Stephanie Mooney (Wzbg) def. Emily Wathen 8-0; Montano and Montano def. Williams and Holt 4-6, 6-3, 6-3; Mooney and Jessica Tavares (Wzbg) def. Hauserman and Wathen 8-3.

Bamberg at Giessen

(No boys matches reported)

Bamberg girls 3, Giessen 1

Melanie Seitz (Gies) def. Jennifer Clark 6-2, 6-3; Sofia Engel (Bamb) def. Jessica Partain 8-0; Ashlee Kozel (Bamb) def. Lisa Wagenius 8-0; Engel and Kozel def. Seitz and Pertain 8-3.

Lakenheath at Wiesbaden

Wiesbaden boys 5, Lakenheath 4

Logan Snow (Lake) def. Patrick Barrenechea 5-7, 6-2, 6-1; Danny Burroughs (Lake) def. Michael Quezada 8-6; Tyler Sullivan (Wies) def. Julian Belisario 8-5; Mike Long (Wies) def. Jon Quigley 9-8, (8-6); Jeremy Rogers (Lake) def. Constantino Papatsoris 8-3; Alex MacWilliams (Lake) def. Carlin Greeson 8-1 . Quezada and Sullivan def Snow and Burroughs 3-6, 6-1, 6-2; Barrenechea and Long def. Josh and Augustin 8-1; Greeson and Papatsoris def. Seth Hollingsworth and Kyle Beissner 8-5.

Wiesbaden girls 7, Lakenheath 2

Jemela McKinzy (Wies) def. Felicia Lamothe (Lake) 6-2, 6-1; Nancy Jensen (Wies) def. Jessica Lamothe (Lake) 8-0; Katie Foxworth (Wies) def. Jenna Harris (Lake) 8-4; Jessica Smith (Wies) def. Kathryn Barber (Lake) 8-2; Michelle Sullivan (Lake) def. Lisa Enokawa (Wies) 8-0; Molly Martin (Lake) def. Rachel Lally (Wies) 8-1. Foxworth and Jensen def. J. Lamothe and J. Harris 6-3, 6-1; McKinzy and Stepahanie McQuiggan def. Annamarie Pontius and Lelisa Curl 8-2; Lally and Enokawa def. Megan Davis and Maggie Bessel 8-2.

Ramstein boys 9, SHAPE 0

Sean Stokstad (Rams) def. Jorge Rodriguez 6-2, 6-0; Matt Puchta (Rams) def. Matt Weber 8-3; Shawn Kelly (Rams) def. Mihal Strimbeanu 8-4, Mike Fisher def. Boban Krstev 8-1; Eric Radvanyi (Rams) def. Alper Raymaz 8-3; David Bricker (Rams) def. Ismet Cavasogul 8-0; S. Kelly and M. Puchta def. J. Rodriguez and M. Weber 6-0, 6-2; S. Stokestad and E. Radvanyi def. M. Strimbeanu and B. Krstev 8-0; M. Fisher and Clay Marquardt def. Kaymaz and Adam S. Paulding 8-1 .

Ramstein girls 9, SHAPE 0

Allison Luthman (Rams) def. Ilena Jensen 6-0 (forfeit); Jackie Ventrice (Rams) def. Ana Miawadi 8-2; Lindsey Jones (Rams) def. Soyu Chan 8-0; Ashley Ferry (Rams) def. Ksehia Tropina 8-0; Brittany Godwin (Rams) def. Buse Sevindik 8-0; Nicole Grogan and Jacqueline Lemarche def. Ksenia Tropina (Rams) and Souy Chan 8-2;J. Ventrice and L. Jones def. L. Jensen and A. Miawadi 6-2, 6-1; A. Luthman and B. Godwin def. S. Chan and K. Tropina 8-0; K. Conrad and A. Ferry def. B. Sevendik and P. Balla 8-2 .

Patch boys 6, Heidelberg 3

Blair Martin (Heid) def. Sean Crowley (Pat) 6-3, 4-6, 6-0; Sam Pohl (Heid) def. Maurice Rollie (Pat) 8-0; Chris Ellis (Heid) def. Jacob Schoonover (Pat) 8-9 (3-7); Zach Schoonover (Pat) Andrew Stephens (Heid) 8-1; Kevin Yatsko (Pat) def. Michael Fields (Heid) 8-2; Mike Sexton (Pat) def. Ian Conner (Heid) 8-3; Rolle and Crowley def. Martin and Ellis 6-2, 6-1; Pohl and Stephens def. J. Schoonover and Sexton 8-2; Z. Schoonover and Yatsko def. Fields andf Conner 8-2.

Heidelberg girls 7, Patch 1

Chelsa Cotter (Heid) def. Lauren Duke 6-2, 7-5; Kereen Griffifth (Heid) def. Tamara Oppliger 9-7; Caitlin Barrow (Heid) def. Michelle Whitbeck 8-2; Andrea Wheatcroft (Hied) def. Anna Johnston 8-2; Ali Perez (Heid) def. Caroline Coggins 8-3; Ashley Mersereau (Heid) def. Jennifer Wadas 8-1; Opplier and Whitbeck def. Cooter and Griffith 6-3, 6-3; Wheatcroft and Perez def. Wadas and Duke 8-3; King and Ecenrode def. Johnston and Coggins 8-5.

ISB boys 8, Brussels 1

Edouard Van Der Mersch (ISB) def. Bojan Trajan 4-6, 6-0, 7-4; Shota Morisaka (ISB) def. Paul Moseman 8-1; Yun-Chul Cho (ISB) def. Andrew Gagnon 8-5; Brady Covington (ISB) def. Nick Bottesini 8-3; Sam Witte (ISB) def. Jalo Godoev 8-2; Shota Shindo (ISB) def. Mike Grennek 8-4; Morisako and Cho def. Moseman and Gagnon 7-5, 7-5; Nick Bottesini and Bojan Trajan (BAS) def. Rafal Szymanski and Stefan Bell 8-6; Shindo and Ryo Takahashi (ISB) def. Godoev and Yuri Stanton 8-1

ISB girls 7, Brussels 2

Lidia Valdes (ISB) def. Brianna Fitch 6-0, 6-1; Kara Williamson (ISB) def. Jena Holloway 8-0; Natsuko Matsui (ISB) def. Buse Guven 8-0; Carissa Ryan (BAS) def. Fiona Baquai 8-4; Hanta Thomas (BAS) def. Kyuri Kim 8-4; Ina Klinenberg (ISB) def. Emily Hard 8-5; Valdes and Matsui def. Fitch and Guven 6-2, 6-1; Williamson and Kim def. Holloway and and Ryan 8-2; Baqai and Klinkenberg def. Thomas and Hard 9-7.

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