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High schoolsCross countryEuropean championshipsSCHWETZINGEN, Germany—Results Saturday in the 5,000-meter European high school cross country championships:BoysTeam scoringDivision I—Ramstein 47, Patch 75, Wiesbaden 93, International School of Brussels 120, Kaiserslautern 127, Lakenheath 147, Frankfurt International School 178, Heidelberg 203, Vilseck 234, SHAPE 256Division II—Naples 46, Aviano 49, Baumholder 112, Mannheim 140, American Overseas School of Rome 157, Vicenza 165, St. John’s International School of Belgium 165, AFNORTH 168, Ansbach 213, Milan 244, Bahrain 254, International School of Florence incompleteDivision III (top 4 runners)—Brussels 12, Alconbury 31, Sigonella 50, Rota 60, Lajes 77Individual leaders1, Baudoin Fort (ISB) 16:29; 2, Archie Robertson (Lake) 16:39; 3, Daniel Parker (Wies) 16:58; 4, Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:10; 5, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 17:14; 6, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 17:19; 7, Jaron Henninger (Heid) 17:20; 8, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 17:25; 9, Thomas Amrine (Rams) 17:25; 10, Cole Garraghty (Pat) 17:37; 11, Alex Cornelius (Mann) 17:39; 12, Ian Everman (Napl) 17:40; 13, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 17:44; 14, James Martin (Pat) 17:49; 15, Brandon Crytzer (Pat) 17:51; 16, David Westland (Brus) 17:53; 17, Lawrence Vandervoort (StJ) 17:53.15; 18, Tim Barry (Brus) 17:53.49; 19, Miles Kirts (Rams) 17:59; 20, Gustav Meyners (Rams) 18:01; 21, David Reynolds (Wies) 18:05; 22, Shane Devlin (Alc) 18:08; 23, Ben Bigelow (Brus) 18:10; 24, Tom Gould (Rams) 18:13; 25, Scott LaBelle (Brus) 18:15; 26, Zachary Garcia (ISF) 18:16; 27, Tyler Holderby (Vicz) 18:17; 28, Troy Reeves (Napl) 18:18; 29, Harry Cross (ISB) 18:20; 30, Arley Morelock (FIS) 18:21; 31, Pietro Dinmore (AOSR) 18:25; 32, Adam Thomas (Napl) 18:27; 33, Robert Cavin (Avi) 18:28; 34, Matthew Harvey (Kais) 18:29; 35, Zack Erskine (Avi) 18:29.

GirlsTeam scoringDivision I—Ramstein 54, Heidelberg 67, Kaiserslautern 71, Patch 102, Wiesbaden 120, SHAPE 167, Frankfurt International School 189, Lakenheath 195, Vilseck 216, International School of Brussels 266Division II—Naples 50, St. John’s International School of Belgium 70, Aviano 88, Baumholder 107, Bahrain 145, American Overseas School of Rome 158, Marymount International School of Rome 164, Vicenza 196, AFNORTH 208, Ansbach 218, Bamberg incompleteDivision III (top 4 runners)—Brussels 10, Sigonella 26Individual leaders1, Katherine Castro (Pat) 20:16; 2, Colleen Davis (Kais) 20:34; 3, Sydney Schneider (Bamb) 20:36; 4, Elizabeth Doe (Rams) 20:38; 5, Natalie Pecoraro (FIS) 20:39; 6, Laura Welch (Rams) 20:46; 7, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 20:48; 8, Amber Core (Kais) 20:51; 9, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 21:00; 10, Amber Buckingham (Lake) 21:07; 11, Tally Elbert (Rams) 21:08; 12, Shannon Cuthbert (Napl) 21:11; 13, Felicia Gonzalez (Rams) 21:13; 14, Maggie Cutler (Heid) 21:16; 15, Eva Pederson (AOSR) 21:25; 16, April Peterson (Pat) 21:38; 17, Morgan Lawrence (Kais) 21:43; 18, Julia Mendenhall (SHP) 21:49; 19, Priya Kannon (FIS) 21:51; 20, Haylea Witz (Napl) 21:56; 21, Meghan Smith (Wies) 21:56.51; 22, Celina Ponte (Wies) 21:56.88; 23, Hillary Lynde (StJ) 22:01; 24, Laura Brannan (Lake) 22:09; 25, Maxine Grohol (StJ) 22:10; 26, Stephanie Barlow (Heid) 22:14; 27, Jessica Renshaw (StJ) 22:20; 28, Kerry O’Brien (Heid) 22:21; 29, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 22:22; 30, Sara Heryford (Vicz) 22:23.05; 31, Emma Andrews (Vils) 22:23.33; 32, Shena Cousens (Wies) 22:29; 33, Meaghan Rummage (Rams) 22:31; 34, Janel Firth (Kais) 22:35; 35, Catherine Leknes (Wies) 22:43.


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