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Vilseck's Sindi Beaulieu-Hains, hidden at left, and Anna Muzzy, right, try to block a shot by Ramstein's Nadia Booker in a DODDS-Europe volleyball match in Heidelberg on Saturday. Ramstein beat Vilseck 25-16, 25-18, 25-16.
Vilseck's Sindi Beaulieu-Hains, hidden at left, and Anna Muzzy, right, try to block a shot by Ramstein's Nadia Booker in a DODDS-Europe volleyball match in Heidelberg on Saturday. Ramstein beat Vilseck 25-16, 25-18, 25-16. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Vilseck's Sindi Beaulieu-Hains, hidden at left, and Anna Muzzy, right, try to block a shot by Ramstein's Nadia Booker in a DODDS-Europe volleyball match in Heidelberg on Saturday. Ramstein beat Vilseck 25-16, 25-18, 25-16.
Vilseck's Sindi Beaulieu-Hains, hidden at left, and Anna Muzzy, right, try to block a shot by Ramstein's Nadia Booker in a DODDS-Europe volleyball match in Heidelberg on Saturday. Ramstein beat Vilseck 25-16, 25-18, 25-16. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Ramstein's Charnel Austin, right, slams the ball over the net against Vilseck's Najja Beaulieu-Hains, left, and Taylor Hall as Ramstein's Chantel Barfield watches at far left.
Ramstein's Charnel Austin, right, slams the ball over the net against Vilseck's Najja Beaulieu-Hains, left, and Taylor Hall as Ramstein's Chantel Barfield watches at far left. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Heidelberg's Katie Garner, right, returns a ball as Ansbach's Ashley Sanchez tries to block. Heidelberg won the match 25-4, 25-12, 25-21.
Heidelberg's Katie Garner, right, returns a ball as Ansbach's Ashley Sanchez tries to block. Heidelberg won the match 25-4, 25-12, 25-21. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Tiffani Bunch of Ansbach, right, slams the ball over the net past Vilseck's Anna Muzzy in a DODDS-Europe volleyball match in Heidelberg that Vilseck won 25-8, 25-18, 25-21.
Tiffani Bunch of Ansbach, right, slams the ball over the net past Vilseck's Anna Muzzy in a DODDS-Europe volleyball match in Heidelberg that Vilseck won 25-8, 25-18, 25-21. (Michael Abrams / S&S)

VolleyballBoysSaturday at VicenzaVicenza def. Milan 25-20, 25-21, 23-25, 25-17Saturday at MarymountAviano def. Marymount 3-1, game scores unavailableSaturday at SigonellaSigonella def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-13, 25-21, 25-10Noteworthy—For Sigonella, Jack Johnson posted 11 kills, 4 blocks, 4 aces and 2 blocks. Teammate Niko Rosal had 7 assists and 2 digs, while Michael Mink chalked up 6 kills, 4 aces, 2 blocks and 2 digs.GirlsSaturday at PatchKaiserslautern def. Patch 25-12, 25-18, 17-25, 25-23Noteworthy—All-European Tatjana Gainey made 9 kills and served 3 aces. For Patch, Ellen Couglin registered 4 kills and 4 aces; Claralyn Burt totaled 3 blocks, and Lauren Tannebaum served 4 aces.Bitburg def. Patch 25-15, 25-14, 25-17Noteworthy—Bitburg got 8 kills and 4 aces from Alex Schmidt, 2 blocks and 3 kills from Dalasha Bizzell and 5 assists and 4 aces from Emily Kroloff. Burt had 3 blocks for Patch.Black Forest Academy def. Bitburg 25-10, 25-23, 25-13Noteworthy—BFA’s Megan Young handed out 10 assists; her teammate Stephanie Friehe came up with 7 digs. Anne Stefan led BFA with 4 kills; Eliza Garrity and Debbie Fowler each put away 3. Jayde Robbins served successfully 21 out of 23 tries and made 5 kills for Bitburg.BFA def. Kaiserslautern 25-15, 25-14, 25-17Noteworthy—Young had 15 assists and Stefan made 5 digs for BFA, which got 4 kills each from Stefan, Garrity, Katey Westergren, and Mandy Lindberg. Gainey had 7 kills and 3 assists and Katarine Jastrab had 4 kills for K-town.JV—Patch def. Kaiserslautern 2-0; BFA def. Bitburg 2-0; BFA def. Kaiserslautern 2-0; Patch def. Bitburg 2-0Marymount def. Aviano 3-0, game scores unavailableSaturday at HohenfelsHohenfels def. Bamberg 25-18, 25-23, 25-20Wiesbaden def. Hohenfels 25-16, 25-16, 25-27, 25-18Wiesbaden def. Bamberg 23-25, 25-15, 25-12, 25-19Saturday at SigonellaSigonella def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-13, 25-18, 25-14Noteworthy—Tracy Ewert led Sigonella with 6 kills and 8 aces. Rae Burgess added 7 kills for Sigonella, which benefited from 11 assists by Cristel Custodio.Saturday at VicenzaMilan def. Vicenza 25-19, 25-18, 25-16Saturday at HeidelbergRamstein def. Heidelberg 25-19, 25-3, 25-16Noteworthy—All European Charnel Austin had 9 kills; her teammate Chanel Barfield had 4. Jessica Wolford handed out 9 assists for Ramstein, which got 3 kills and 4 solo blocks from Nadia Booker. Aneli Whitford had an ace and 2 kills for Heidelberg.Ramstein def. Vilseck 25-16, 25-18, 25-16Noteworthy—All-European Mackenzie Bannister had 7 kills for Ramstein, which got 5 kills from Booker and 3 solo blocks and 10 block assists from Barfield.Vilseck All-European Anna Muzzy made 10 kills; her teammate Najja Beaulieu-Harris added 5. Sarah Huestis handed out 7 assists and Mariah Morris had 2 blocks for Vilseck.Vilseck def. Ansbach 25-3, 25-18, 25-21Noteworthy—Beaulieu-Harris and Muzzy, who served 9 aces, each posted 7 kills for Vilseck, which got 10 assists from Huestis, 5 aces from Morris and 4 aces from Kimberlee Akuna.Hedielberg def. Ansbach 25-4, 25-12, 25-21Noteworthy—Whitford, Katie Garner and Allison Gunsch each had 3 kills for Heidelberg, which benefited from 8 aces by Krystena McCrudden.

Cross country(All races were 5,000 meters and run on Saturday. Qualifying standards for next month’s European championships are 19:00 for boys and 21:00 for girls)Milan at VicenzaBoysTeam scoring—Vicenza 15, Milan incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Tyler Holderby (Vicz) 18:44; 2, Thomas Nantz (Vicz) 19:19; 3, Shun Katayama (Mil) 19:35; 4, Zach Dickens (Vicz) 20:37; 5, Max Regan (Mil) 20:50; 6, Michael de Oliveira (Vicz) 21:46; 7, Atul Menon (Mil) 22:37; 8, Seokyoon Yeo (Mil) 22:57; 9, Kyle Wood (Vicz) 23:02; 10, Marc Bowman (Vicz) 25:43GirlsTeam scoring—Vicenza 15, Milan incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Caroline Galvan (Mil) 21:26; 2, Sara Heryford (Vicz) 22:27; 3, Bizzy Buffington (Vicz) 25:27; 4, Aryn Jefferies Cade (Vicz) 25:29; 5, Maya Swindhard (Vicz) 28:41; 6, Haley Gilliam (Vicz) 31:29AOSR at SigonellaBoysTeam scoring—American Overseas School of Rome 27, Sigonella 33Individual leaders—1, Pietro Dinmore (AOSR) 19:59; 2, Jordan Rettie (Sig) 20:48; 3, Thomas Bereak (Sig) 22:17; 4, George Corey (Sig) 22:48; 5, Peter Oppenheim (AOSR) 23:17; 6, Trevor Moore (AOSR) 23:27; 7, Levi Greeman (AOSR) 23:28; 8, Sky Seliguini (AOSR) 24:09; 9, Tigist Diriba (AOSR) 24:09; 10, Dylan Blomgren (Sig) 25:00GirlsTeam scoring—Sigonella 15, American Overseas School of Rome incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Katie Hancock (Sig) 24:30; 2, Star Seliguini (AOSR) 28:16; 3, Alice Grimmelli (AOSR) 30:56; 4, Daniella Maldonado (AOSR) 31:02; 5, Denice Patron (Sig) 31:55; 6, Amanda Bay (Sig) 34:29; 7, Samantha Niemann (Sig) 36:41; 8, Kayla Simmons (Sig) 37:03Aviano at MarymountBoysTeam scoring—Aviano 15, Marymount 48Individual leaders—1, Sean Wilson (Avi) 16:53; 2, Robert Cavin (Avi) 18:48; 3, Myles Winright (Avi) 19:07; 4, Anson Stuart (Avi) 19:22; 5, Matt James (Avi) 19:29; 6, Josh Dias (Mmt) 19:30; 7, Jacob Coakwell (Avi) 19:35; 8, Steven Heath (Avi) 19:42; 9, Gualtiero Uslenghi (Mmt) 19:51; 10, Nathaneal Dejene (Mmt) 20:55GirlsTeam scoring—Aviano 20, Marymount 43Individual leaders—1, Caroline Wiley (Mmt) 23:18; 2, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 23:24; 3, Adrienne Bryant (Avi) 24:54; 4, Taylor Roundtree (Avi) 25:08; 5, Noreen McLaughlin (Avi) 25:23; 6, Samantha Katz (Avi) 27:26; 7, Jasmine Haynes (Avi) 27:26; 8, Brighton Reyes (Avi) 27:26; 9, Flaminia Buda (Mmt) 28:39; 10, Emily Trombetta (Mmt) 28:47At PatchBoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 21, Patch 42, Vilseck 76, Ansbach 102. Bamberg and Hohenfels were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 17:58; 2, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 18:10; 3, Thomas Amrmrine (Rams) 18:18; 4, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 18:23; 5, Cole Garraghty (Pat) 18:27; 6, James Martin (Pat) 18:36; 7, Gustav Meyners (Rams) 18:42; 8, Tom Gould (Rams) 18:43; 9, Zach Decker (Pat) 18:47; 10, Brandon Lockridge (Pat) 18:56GirlsTeam scoring—Patch 29, Ramstein 34, Vilseck 71. Ansbach, Bamberg and Hohenfels were incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Elizabeth Doe (Rams) 21:02; 2, Katherine Castro (Pat) 21:28; 3, Sydney Schneider (Bamb) 21:57; 4, Felicia Gonzalez (Rams) 22:23; 5, Courtney Crytzer (Pat) 23:18; 6, Emma Andrews (Vils) 23: 35; 7, Kylie Springer (Pat) 23:47; 8, Alexis Harrison (Pat) 24:00; 9, Talley Elbert (Rams) 24:11; 10, Lexy Grimm (Rams) 24:19At BaumholderBoysTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 40, Kaiserslautern 44, Mannheim 85, Heidelberg 85, Baumholder 110, Bitburg 174Individual leaders—1, Alex Cornelius (Mann) 16:47; 2, Daniel Parker (Wies) 17:11; 3, Matt Harvey (Kais) 18:15; 4, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 18:20; 5, Jaron Henninger (Heid) 18:32; 6, Zach Winne (Wies) 18:36.2; 7, Sigi Adriano (Baum) 18:36.4; 8, Barry Metheney (Kais) 18:56; 9, Stephen Hook (Kais) 18:58; 10, Adam Cornelius (Mann) 19:03GirlsTeam scoring—Kaiserslautern 28, Heidelberg 33, Wiesbaden 59. No scores reported for Baumholder, Bitburg and Mannheim.Individual leaders—1, Colleen Davis (Kais) 20:39; 2, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 20:45; 3, Amber Core (Kais) 21:28; 4, Morgan Lawrence (Kais) 21:34; 5, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 21:37; 6, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 21:42; 7, Maggie Cutler (Heid) 21:45; 8, Stephanie Barlow (Heid) 21:48; 9, Celina Ponte (Wies) 21:50; 10, Shena Cousins (Wies) 22:04At AlconburyBoysTeams scoring—Lakenheath 23, Alconbury 35, Menwith Hill 70Individual leaders—1, Archie Robertson (Lake) 17:00; 2, Shane Devlin (Alc) 17:32; 3, Joe Sullivan (Lake) 17:49; 4, Patrick Johnson (Lake) 18:27; 5, Ernestas Tyminas (Alc) 18:47; 6, Nick Curren (Lake) 18:48; 7, John Volcheck (Alc) 19:10; 8, Brandon Traywick (Alc) 20:20; 9, Joshua Fernandez (Lake) 20:51; 10, John Brant (MH) 20:57GirlsTeam scoring—Lakenheath 15. Alconbury and Menwith Hill incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Amber Buckingham (Lake) 21:18; 2, Lorna Brannon (Lake) 23:34; 3, Natasha Johnson (Lake) 23:37; 4, Rachel Cranney (Lake) 24:51; 5, Courtney Wilkins (Lake) 25:55; 6, Careissa Wilkins (Lake) 27:18; 7, Emily Bean (Alc) 28:03; 8, Hannah Huntington (MH) 28:37; 9, Kayla Olsen (Lake) 30:13

Tennis(All matches Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Individual forfeits not listed but included in team scoring. Time permitting, No. 1 singles and doubles are best-of-3 sets. All other matches are scheduled as 8-game pro sets. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses.)BFA at PatchPatch boys 9, Black Forest Academy 0Jon Lightner def, Jon Guzik 6-0, 6-2; Charlie Schoonover def. K.J. Kim 8-3; Justin McManus def. Christopher Lockwood 8-1; Nick Pugh def. Josh Ellis 8-3; Josh Lightner def. Daniel Burnell 8-0; Westlee Parker def. Max Gross 8-0; Schoonover and Pugh def. Ellis and Kim 6-0, 6-1; McManus and Parker def. Lockwood and (first name unavailable) Wilhelm 8-0; George Welton and Dylan Rehwaldt def. Brunell and Gross 8-3Patch girls 9, Black Forest Academy 0Holly Martin def. Ashling O’Donnell 6-0, 6-1; Donna Smales def. Mikala Pelton 8-1; Sara Reynolds def. Megan James 8-1; Giselle Wagstaff def. Amanda Carey 8-0; Smales and Reynolds def. Pelton and James 6-3, 6-2; Martin and Wagstaff def. O’Donnell and Carey 8-2Heidelberg at BambergHeidelberg boys 9, Bamberg 0James Chase def. Andy Kim 7-5, 6-2; Cameron Meeker def. Miguel Guevarra 8-0; Darien Ward def. Kaleb Stevenson 8-0; Jack Kolodziejski def. T.J. DiFiore 8-0; Ian Connors def. Trent Harvey 8-0; Kyle Jackson def. Alex Ruiz 8-0; Meeker and Ward def. Kim and Guevarra 6-0, 6-2; Chase and Connors def. Stevenson and DiFiore 8-1; Kolodziejski and Jackson def. Harvey and Ruiz 8-0Heidelberg girls 9, Bamberg 0Andrea Wheatcroft def. Charlotte Woods 6-0, 6-0; Krista Bye-Nagel def. Lauren Sink 8-0; Emily Hall def. Ouman Kaba 8-1; Laura Jackson def. Elaine Tagaloguin 8-4; Kastilia Burrell def. Briona Plata 8-0; Bye-Nagel and Hall def. Woods and Sink 7-5, 6-2; Wheatcroft and Jackson def. Kaba and Tagaloguin 8-0Brussels at WiesbadenWiesbaden boys 7, Brussels 2Evin Alarilla (Wies) def. Ryan Bottesini 7-6 (7-3), 6-4; Tristan Fitch (Brus) def. Arman Alarilla 8-6; Jeffrey Holt (Wies) def. Yuri Stanton 9-7; Mario DeLaGuardia (Wies) def. Paul Westland 8-3; Coream Richardson (Wiesd) def. Stephen Vetarbo 9-8 (7-4); A.Alarilla and Holt def. Stanton and Fitch 7-6 (7-5), 1-6, 7-6 (9-7); Bottesini and Westland def. E. Alarilla and DeLaGuardia 8-5Wiesbaden girls 7, Brussels 2Alexandra McVicker (Brus) def. Rebecca Borner 4-6, 6-4, 6-1; Sarah Kempner-Strehlow (Wies) def. Lauren Finley 9-7; Jill Frederickson (Wies) def. Jennifer Alonso 8-6; Kelsey Smith (Wies) def. Veronica Fox 8-4; Taylor Dore (Wies) def. Patricia Rudy 8-0; Ashley Charles (Wies) def. Krysten Failing 8-0; McVicker and Finley def. Frederickson and Dore 6-4, 7-6 (7-0); Kempner-Strehlow and Borner def. Alonso and Fox 8-1; Smith and Charles def. Rudy and Failing 8-1Lakenheath at RamsteinRamstein boys 8, Lakenheath 1Clay Marquardt (Rams) def. Danny Burroughs 6-1, 7-6 (7-2), Daniel Langholz (Rams) def. Tyler Poppenwimer 9-8 (7-5); Aryan Von Eiken (Rams) def. Andrew Cates 8-0; Daniel Scott (Rams) def. Joey Beach 9-7; Trae Tall (Lake) def. Seth Marquardt 8-4; Forest Kamperman (Rams) def. Layton Little 8-4; Langholz and S. Marquardt def. Burroughs and Poppenwimer 6-4, 6-4; Scott and and C. Marquardt def. Beach and Little 8-3; Kamperman and Von Eiken def. Cates and Tall 8-2Ramstein girls 9, Lakenheath 0Lindsey Jones def. Ciara Ryan 6-0, 6-2; Olivia Rockwell def. Rebekah Gamble 8-0; Rachel Smith def. Meghan Bateman 8-0; Blair Arbuckle def. Samantha Serd 8-1; Meagan Augsberger def. Lia Caverly 8-0; Sarah Dettmer def. Erica Ripley 8-2; Katie Snell and Rockwell def. Ryan and Gaby Gargis 4-6, 6-3, third set unavailable; Smith and Jones def. Bateman and Serd 8-1; Arbuckle and Augsberger def. Gamble and Kayla Shovey 8-0Hohenfels at Vilseck(Thursday)Vilseck boys 8, Hohehfels 1Rene Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Darren Eldredge 9-8 (7-5); Dominic Lonowski (Vils) def. Matt Fisher 6-0; Jordan LeBouef (Vils) def. Zach Wood 6-1; John Lee def. Stephen Schafer 6-1l Lonowski and LeBouef def. Bourgeois and Wood 8-5; Eldredge and Lee def. Fisher and Schafer 6-0Vilseck girls 8, Hohenfels 1Leah Beilhart (Vils) def. Casey Leon 8-6; Sara Carriker (Vils) def. Carolins Bourgeois 6-0; Tekeha Turner (Vils) def. Allison Moczynski 6-2; Thea Dunn (Vils) def. Kat Harp 6-0; Sasha Whitlock (Vils) def. Erin Redden 6-0; Nicole Suchy def. Micheala Headrick 6-0; Leon and Harp def. Carriker and Turner 8-1; Beilhart and Dunn def. Bourgeois and Moczynski 6-0; Whitlock and (first name unavailable) Camara def. Redden and Headrick 6-0AFNORTH at ISBInternational School of Brussels boys 9, AFNORTH 0Gerard Salvador def. Westin MacKinney 6-3, 6-3; Brady Covington def. Nicolai Dybvad 8-1; Shota Shindo def. Eric Childs 8-2; Brice Tanner def. Marcus Samuelson 8-4; Covington and Shindo def. MacKinney and Dybvad 6-1, 6-2; Charles Archambeau and Shotaro Shobu def. Childs and Samuelson 8-3International School of Brussels girls 7, AFNORTH 2Tamara Castells (ISB) def. Elie Katzenson 6-4, 6-0; Tyler Bonnenclark (AFN) def. Alessandra Lochen 8-2; Ana Torrijos (ISB) def. Stephanie Seitz 8-3; Hikari Ishimura (ISB) def. Kaley Harless 8-4; Mio Asaine (ISB) def. Emily Jensen 8-4; Blandine Pairet (ISB) def. Natalia Bushuttil 8-4; Bonnenclard and Seitz def. Torrijos and Lochen 6-2, 7-6 (7-2); Castells and Pairet def. Katzenson and Harless 8-4; Rachel Cogny and Claire Doufournier (ISB) def. Jensen and Busuttil 8-1Aviano at MarymontMarymount boys 3, Aviano 0Gianni De Giuseppe def. Joshua Campfield 6-1, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Nicolo Ferrari def. Benjamin Rozick 8-2; Felippo Mancinelli and Ivan Mastrogiacomo def. Robert Lee and Carter Hoffman 0-6, 6-4, 6-4Marymount girls 2, Aviano 1Ginevra Bolla (Mmt) def. Dilobar Bakariva 6-2, 6-2; Gopika Nambiar (Mmt) def. Daphne Feezel 6-3, 3-6, 6-0; Brooke Brandley and Gabriela Colon (Avi) def. Yuki Sasake and Marija Micovic 4-6, 7-5, 6-1Kaiserslautern at BaumholderKaisersalutern boys 9, Baumholder 0Erik Langholz def. Van Phillips 6-0, 6-0; Chris Jastrab def. Victor Silva 8-0; Langholz and Jastrab def. Silva and (first name unavailable) Wilson 6-0, 6-0Kaiserslautern girls 9, Baumholder 0Mehgan Eaker def. Kendra Cameron 6-4, 4-6, 6-2; Mekinna Rahn def. Rachel Money 8-1; Hannah Schenk def. Rebecca lee 8-1; Rebekkah Bingham def. Grecia Maldonado 8-4; Kelsey Dowling def. Maya Hale 8-4; Meghan Abbott def. Sofia McCormick 8-1; Eaker and Rahn def. Lee and money 6-0, 6-0; Bingham and Schenk def. Hale and Maldonado 8-1; Abbott and Dowling def. McCormick and (first name unavailable) Rene 8-0

Golf(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 scores are combined Stableford points of top four scorers):At Heidelberg(Thursday)BoysTeam scoring—Heidelberg 174, Ramstein 131, Patch 125, Vilseck 78, Wiesbaden 34, Bamberg 33Individual leaders—1, Lucas Clark (Heid) 53; 2, Mike Baltich (Heid) 43; 3, Jack Cannon (Heid) 40; 4, Rudolfo DeLeon (Rams) 39; 5, Joseph Patrick (Heid) 38; 6, Ryan Brady (Pat) 35; 7, James Cho (Rams) 34; 8, (tie) Timi Huang (Pat) and Kyle Wimple (Pat) 31 each; 10, Jordan Linder (Rams) 30GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 84, Heidelberg 36, Vilseck 35, Patch 34, Wiesbaden 6Individual leaders—1, Elizabeth Ward (Rams) 36; 2, Kayla Eck (Rams) 22; 3, Victoria Kander (Vils) 21; 4, (tie) Mistie Anderson (Pat) and Taylor Honnlee (Rams) 20 each; 6, Ashley Kopcho (Heid) 12; 7, Aileen Donnelly (Heid) 10At Bitburg(Thursday)BoysTeam scoring—SHAPE 121, Kaiserslautern 119, Baumholder 61, Bitburg 51Individual leaders—1, Joshua Erich (SHP) 36; 2, Andre Sittenauer (Kais) 34; 3, (tie) Joe Broughton (SHP) and Zachary Price (SHP) 32 each.GirlsTeam scoring—UnavailableIndividual leaders—Vicki Leavitt (school unavailable) 25.Noteworthy—Sittenauer shot an eagle and a birdie; Erich and Broughton each carded 2 birdies.

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