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Bitburg's Melissa Menschel won the girls discus event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a heave of 83 feet, 8 inches, ahead of Heidelberg's Rebeccah Steil, who threw 81-05.
Bitburg's Melissa Menschel won the girls discus event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a heave of 83 feet, 8 inches, ahead of Heidelberg's Rebeccah Steil, who threw 81-05. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Bitburg's Melissa Menschel won the girls discus event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a heave of 83 feet, 8 inches, ahead of Heidelberg's Rebeccah Steil, who threw 81-05.
Bitburg's Melissa Menschel won the girls discus event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a heave of 83 feet, 8 inches, ahead of Heidelberg's Rebeccah Steil, who threw 81-05. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Heidelberg's Aaron Tribble-Knowles clears the final hurdle on his way to wining the 110-meter event with a time of 16.61 seconds.
Heidelberg's Aaron Tribble-Knowles clears the final hurdle on his way to wining the 110-meter event with a time of 16.61 seconds. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Tara Lookabough of Ramstein sails through the air on her way to winning the girls triple jump on Saturday in Heidelberg with a leap of 35-091/2. She also won the high jump.
Tara Lookabough of Ramstein sails through the air on her way to winning the girls triple jump on Saturday in Heidelberg with a leap of 35-091/2. She also won the high jump. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Mannheim's Grace Gonzales sprints to the finish line to win the girls 100-meter event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a time of 13.36 seconds. Second was Kaiserslautern's Ashley Santos at 13.55.
Mannheim's Grace Gonzales sprints to the finish line to win the girls 100-meter event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a time of 13.36 seconds. Second was Kaiserslautern's Ashley Santos at 13.55. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Heidelberg's Travion Coker won the boys high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 10 inches. He finished ahead of Ramstein's Virgil Sneed, who also cleared 5-10.
Heidelberg's Travion Coker won the boys high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 10 inches. He finished ahead of Ramstein's Virgil Sneed, who also cleared 5-10. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
AFNORTH's Ashley Hughes won the girls 300-meter hurdle event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a time of 51.74 seconds.
AFNORTH's Ashley Hughes won the girls 300-meter hurdle event in Heidelberg on Saturday with a time of 51.74 seconds. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

All information used to compile high school reports is provided by home-team coaches and staffs at each event.

SoccerBoysNon-regionalAnkara 1, Incirlik 0(Saturday at Ankara)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Bryan Kim. Assist — Reeno Seo. Other details unavailable.

Bitburg 1, AFNORTH 0(Friday at Bitburg)Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Kyle Edgar. Assists — None reported. Saves — AFNORTH Unavailable; Bitburg (Paul Alix) 7. JV — None reported.

Wiesbaden 4, Patch 2(Friday at Wiesbaden)Halftime — Patch 2, Wiesbaden 0. Goals — Patch: Jon Lightner, Sean Rittenhouse; Wiesbaden: Quintin Torke 2, Dhillon Tisdale, Michael Lipowicz. Assists — Patch: Jacob Camacho, James Martin; Wiesbaden: Lipowicz, Dennis Ringgold. Saves — Patch unavailable; Wiesbaden (Daniel Weber) 9. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden improved to 3-1-1 overall behind what Wiesbaden coach Ben Arcila termed “spirited” performance of team captain Jeff Holt, who played through a foot injury, and the team’s determination to come back from 2-0 deficit. JV — None reported

Lakenheath 1, Kaiserslautern 0(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Jonathan Batzer. Assists — None reported. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Lakenheath is 3-2 overall; K-town fell to 2-2-1. JV — None reported.

Region IBrussels 2, Rota 0(Saturday at Alconbury)Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Jamie Hunt, Bill Siganos. Assists — Imran Ahmic. Saves — Rota (Keaton Regenor) 7; Brussels (Danny Helbing) 5. JV — None.

Region IIBaumholder 3, Bitburg 2(Saturday at Baumholder)Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Bitburg: Liam Cook, unavailable; Baumholder: Franck Atangana, Pablo Martinez, Kendall Hargrove. Assists — Bitburg: Edgar; Baumholder: Jacob Bishop, Alexander Shadrin. Saves — Bitburg (Alix) 10; Baumholder (Noel Bongham) 13. Noteworthy — Baumholder coach Jeff O’Neil praised the pressure Bitburg put on Baumholder’s goal in the quest for the equalizing goal. Baumholder improved to 4-1-1 overall and 3-1-0 in region. Bitburg is 1-5, 0-3. JV — None.

Ramstein 2, Lakenheath 1(Friday at Ramstein)Halftime — Ramstein 2, Lakenheath 0. Goals — Lakenheath: Archie Robertson; Ramstein: Andrew Fitzpatrick, Jon McClouth. Assists — Lakenheath: Ryan McDonald; Ramstein: Christian Turrain. Saves — Lakenheath (Unavailable) 7; Ramstein (Kyle Borda) 10. Noteworthy — Dennis Dooley and Christian Arroyo anchored defense which was able to hold off Lakenheath rally attempt, according to Ramstein coach Dan Nukala. JV — None reported.

Ramstein 5, Mannheim 2(Saturday at Ramstein)Halftime — Ramstein 3, Mannheim 1. Goals — Mannheim: Karsten Klink 2; Ramstein: McLouth 2, Cameron Hansen, Jake Mattison, Tim Taylor. Assists — Mannheim: None; Ramstein: Arroyo, Hansen, Mattison. Saves — Mannheim (Sam Nevinger) 20; Ramstein (Borda) 4. Noteworthy — Ramstein (4-0-1 overall, 3-0-0 in region) praised Mannheim’s Nevinger for saves that kept Bison (1-4, 0-3) in game. Ramstein is scheduled to play next at Wiesbaden on Saturday; the same day that Mannheim is ticketed to host Bitburg. JV — None reported.

Region IIIHeidelberg 3, Bamberg 0(Friday at Heidelberg)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Andrew Guelle 2, Joshua Torres. Assist — David Grandacarpio. Saves — Bamberg (Roberto Bachelor) 5; Heidelberg (Zach Harrington) 9. Noteworthy — Heidelberg improved to 3-2 overall and in region. Bamberg is 3-1, 3-1. JV — Heidelberg 7, Bamberg 2

Vilseck 1, BFA 0(Friday at Vilseck)Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Josh Hoffman. Assists — None. Saves — Black Forest Academy unavailable; Vilseck (Jesse Partee) 8. Noteworthy — Vilseck is 2-3 overall, 2-2 in region. JV — Black Forest Academy 5, Vilseck 0

BFA 0, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Ansbach)Saves — Black Forest Academy (David Carlson) 1; Ansbach (Mikael Vicente) 21. Noteworthy — BFA is 2-2-1 overall, 1-2-1 in region and is to host Bamberg on Saturday. Ansbach (1-3-1, 1-3-1) is to host Bamberg on Tuesday. JV — None reported

Region IVAOSR 3, Sigonella 2(Saturday at Sigonella)Halftime — American Overseas School of Rome 3, Sigonella 0. Goals — AOSR: Pietro Dinmore 2, Francesco Dinmore; Sigonella: Jack Wegman, Marco Montero. Assists — AOSR: Francesco Dinmore; Sigonella: Kalani Dickinson, Tristan Morris. Saves — AOSR unavailable; Sigonella (Antonio Garcia) 17. Noteworthy — AOSR firmly wedged itself into regional driver’s seat by improving to 5-0 overall and in Region IV. The defending European D-II champs are to host Vicenza this Saturday and close out the regular season at Naples on May 14. Sigonella, a D-III school, is 3-2 overall and in the league. The Jaguars are to host the American School of Milan on Saturday, then close out the regular season at European D-II runner-up Marymount International School of Rome on May 14. JV – None.

GirlsNon-regionalPatch 3, Wiesbaden 0(Friday at Wiesbaden)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Carissa Carlson, Emma Murray, Alee Stenzel. Assists — Murray, Elysia Verones, Tori Gilster. Saves — Patch (Ellie Welton) 3; Wiesbaden (Samantha Ryan) 8. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden fell to 3-2 overall. JV — Patch 5, Wiesbaden 0

Bitburg 3, AFNORTH 2(Friday at Bitburg)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — AFNORTH: Erin Rivers 2; Bitburg: Anja Kliss 3. Assists — AFNORTH: None reported; Bitburg: Jayde Robbins, Bianca Reuter, Jessica Martinez. Saves — AFNORTH (Courtierya Mullard) 20; Bitburg (Kylee Bal 6, Isabella Madamba 9) 15. Noteworthy — Bitburg improved to 1-4 behind 5 steals each by Jayde Robbins and Siobhan Box, according to Bitburg coach Tina Bal, who credited Haley Shepard and Satah Molli with 4 interceptions each. JV — None reported.

Kaiserslautern 2, Lakenheath 1(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime — Kaiserslautern 1, Lakenheath 0. Goals — Lakenheath: Rachel Cranney; Kaiserslautern: Ally Murphy, Rachel Hook. Assists — Lakenheath: Rose Liston; Kaiserslautern: None. Saves — Lakenheath (Rustine Azur) 10; Kaiserslsautern (Katie Jackson) 13. Noteworthy — K-town improved to 4-0 overall and next plays a non-regional game Saturday at Heidelberg. Lakenheath, which is scheduled to host SHAPE Saturday, is 1-4. JV — Lakenheath 1, Kaiserslautern 0.

Region IRota 10, Alconbury 0(Friday at Alconbury)Halftime — 5-0. Goals — Yesinia Solis 5, Samantha Campbell, Thais Gartland, Gabi Rivera, Diana Santana, Allana Shelton. Assists — Gartland, Rivera, Santana, Bri Ammons, Ashley Stedge. Saves — Rota (Unavailable); Alconbury (Alex Sherenco) 12. JV — None.

Rota 8, Brussels 0(Saturday at Alconbury)Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Ammons 3, Allana Shelton 2, Solis, Stedge, Santana. Assists — Stedge 6, Gartland 4, Rivera 2. Saves — Rota (Aspen Luna) 3; Brussels (Dominique Poitier) 12. JV — None

SHAPE 3, AFNORTH 2(Saturday at Mons, Belgium)Halftime — AFNORTH 2, SHAPE 1. Goals — AFNORTH: Kaley Harless 2; SHAPE: Teresa Muldoon 2, Veronica Sivertsen. Assists—AFNORTH: None; SHAPE: Liz Burden. Saves - AFNORTH (Mullard 14, Macy Hinds 1) 15; SHAPE (Megan Fleet) 4. Noteworthy — Second-half rally lifted SHAPE to 2-1 overall record. The Lady Spartans are 2-0 in region. After allowing AFNORTH to win 80 percent of the balls in the first half, according to SHAPE coach Shawn Whitehurst, SHAPE “came alive” behind “fantastic” play from Ellen Campany and “excellent” defensive work from freshman Natalie Burke. Next up for SHAPE is a trip to England – the Lady Spartans are to play at Alconbury on Friday and at Lakenheath on Saturday. Both are regional games. AFNORTH (3-2, 3-1) is to host international School of Brussels on Saturday. JV — None reported.

Menwith Hill 5, Alconbury 0(Saturday at Alconbury)Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Rachel Solini 2, Monique McCreary, Breanna Rogers, Alex Furrow, Brittany Dixon. Assists — Furrow 2, Solini, Dixon. Saves — Menwith Hill (Keilah Hedrick) 6; Alconbury (Karla Gray) 6. JV –None.

Region IIRamstein 8, Lakenheath 0(Friday at Ramstein)Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Josie Seebeck 3, Mackenzie Crews 2, Laura Welch 2, Shannon Guffy. Assists — Seebeck, Tori Coleman, Audra George, Journey Legg. Saves — Lakenheath unavailable; Ramstein (Terri Leigh Obermiller) 2. Noteworthy — Ramstein coach Ricardo Buitrago cited outstanding defense by Brianna Bowen, Danielle Alvey, Lexi Vermeire and Sarah Honchul and the control of the midfield exerted by Crews, Seebeck, Laura Welch and Rebecca Coleman. JV—None reported.

Ramstein 7, Mannheim 0(Saturday at Ramstein)Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Crews 2, Seebeck 2, Guffy, Honchul, Sherree Simonson. Assists — Seebeck 2, Crews, Welch. Saves — Mannheim unavailable; Ramstein (Oberrtmiller, Bethany Claypool) none reported. Noteworthy — Ramstein (5-0 overall, 3-0 in region) got strong defensive play from Bowen, Simonson, Karen Mol and Mimi Rivera, and superior midfield play from Welch, Seeback, Crews and Kaleen Carter, Buitrago reported. Ramstein is to play at Wiesbaden on Saturday. Mannheim (1-4, 0-3) is to host Bitburg on Saturday. JV — None reported.

Region IIIPatch 10, Hohenfels 0(Saturday at Stuttgart)Halfrime — 4-0. Goals — Murray 2, Verones 2, Amber Garcia 2, Lauren Rittenhouse 2. Assists — Garcia 3, Stenzel 2, Rittenhouse, Carlson, Carissa Baer. Saves — Hohenfels (Franziska Fenslage) 12; Patch (Welton) 2. Noteworthy — Patch is 4-1 overall, 3-1 in region. Hohenfels fell to 1-4, 1-3. JV — Patch 4, Hohenfels 0

Vilseck 3, BFA 1(Friday at Vilseck)Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Black Forest Academy: Kat Zvara; Vilseck: Zoey Viera, Colleen Keichler, Katie Cooper. Assists — BFA: Stephanie Friehe; Vilseck: Cassidy Fritts. Saves — BFA (Sarah Mindek) 11; Vilseck (Theresa Trevino) 6. Noteworthy — Vilseck is 3-1 overall, 3-0 in region. JV — None reported.

Heidelberg 8, Bamberg 1(Friday at Heidelberg)Halftime — Heidelberg 4, Bamberg 1. Goals — Bamberg: Hanna Fellinger; Heidelberg: Anna Miller 2, Melissa Fry 2, Layna Lowe 2, Maya Lowe, Celina Frye. Assists — Bamberg: None; Heidelberg: Asya Tucker 3, Fry, Frye. Saves — Bamberg (Ola Wisniewsha 5, Heather Smith 5) 10; Heidelberg (Izzy Boehm 1, Christina Muelhbauer 1) 2. Noteworthy — Heidelberg coach Jim McCauley reported “great play” in the defensive end from Ashley Ross, Christine Bremer, Shannon Grant, Kate Fredrickson that helped Lady Lions improve to 4-1 overall and in league play. Bamberg fell to 0-4, 0-4. The Lady Barons are to try for victory No. 1 Tuesday at Ansbach. JV — None reported.

Region IVVicenza 8, Florence 1(Saturday at Vicenza)Halftime — Vicenza 4, International School of Florence 1. Goals — ISF: Alexandra Draime; Vicenza: Alexandra Frank 4, Tatiana Mirando 2, Olianna Reyter, Tracie Robinson. Assists — ISF: None reported; Vicenza: Natalie Lovelace 3. Saves — ISF unavailable; Vicenza (Erika Palek) 7. Noteworthy — Vicenza is 3-1-1 overall and in region; Florence fell to 3-2-0. JV — None.

AOSR 2, Sigonella 1(Saturday at Sigonella)Halftime — 1-1. Goals — American Overseas School of Rome: Bianca Oetiker, Rachel May; Sigonella: Alexis Elliot. Assists — AOSR: Savannah Cuthbertson; Sigonella: Halie Gasporra. Saves — AOSR unavailable; Sigonella (Deeanna Brown) 8. Noteworthy — Sigonella fell to 0-5 despite what Lady Jaguars’ coach Shawn McCarthy called and outstanding defensive game by Sabrina Sabel. Sigonella is to host winless Milan on Saturday. AOSR is to take 3-2 record into its next game, Saturday at home against Vicenza. JV —0-0.

BaseballFriday’s resultSouth RegionSigonella 9, Aviano 8Saturday’s resultsEast RegionHeidelberg 16, Hohenfels 1Heidelberg 18, Hohenfels 1Wiesbaden 10, Ansbach 6Wiesbaden 11, Ansbach 6Vilseck 17, Bamberg 0Bamberg 6, Vilseck 5West RegionKaiserslautern 9, AFNORTH 1Kaiserslautern 11, AFNORTH 2Ramstein 9, Bitburg 4Ramstein 10, Bitburg 4

SoftballFriday’s resultsSouth RegionSigonella 7, Aviano 4Sigonella 12, Vicenza 5Naples 14, Vicenza 1Naples 11, Aviano 0Saturday’s resultsEast RegionBamberg 8, Vilseck 7Vilseck 20, Bamberg 5Heidelberg 14, Hohenfels 13Heidelberg 10, Hohenfels 1West RegionRamstein 10, Bitburg 0Ramstein 9, Bitburg 1Kaiserslautern 13, AFNORTH 3Kaiserslautern 14, AFNORTH 10

Track and field(All race distances in meters. All meets were run Saturday)

At Regensburg, GermanyBoysVilseck 107, Patch 90.5; Wiesbaden 86.5, Bamberg 55, Hohenfels 28100 meters— 1, Darius Whitehead (Vils) 11.02; 2, Roscoe Johnson (Wies) 11.14; 3, Daniel Harris (Wies) 11.29200— 1, Eddie Stokes (Vils), 23.06; 2, Whitehead, 23.45; 3, Nicholas Colbert (Wies) 23.46400— 1, Lamar Benjamin (Hoh) 53.48; 2, Myles Hall (Vils) 54.45; 3, Dequan Reed (Wies) 58.28800— 1, David Lance (Vils) 2:06.60; 2, Gershom Espinoza (Wies) 2:10.24; 3, James Jacobson (Pat) 2:11.261,500— 1, Tyler Gamble (Pat) 4:41.76; 2, Khayree Files (Bamb) 4:43.90; 3, Ben Nelson (Vils) 4:46.513,000— 1, Logan Sullivan (Pat) 10:01.82; 2, Nicholas Pugh (Pat) 10:07.01; 3, Gamble, 10:15.45110 high hurdles— 1, Kenyatta Hill (Wies) 17.05; 2, Renanzo Williams (Vils) 17:13; 3, Jacob Wright (Pat) 18.83300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Reginald Smith (Wies) 46.26; 2, Wright, 46.76; 3, Williams, 46.834x100 relay— 1, Vilseck (Shawn Peebles, Daniel Arroyo, Stokes, Whitehead) 44.45; 2, Bamberg, 46.53; 3, Patch, 48.524x400 relay— 1, Vilseck (Hall, Arroyo, Lance, Stokes) 3:41.93; 2, Bamberg, 3:48.61; 3, Patch, 3:57.304x800 relay— 1, Patch (Christian Brown, Jacobson, Pugh, Sullivan) 8:55.22; 2, Vilseck, 8:59.14; 3, Bamberg, 9:03.011,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Wiesbaden (Alfred Johnson, Reed, Smith, Tevin Teal) 4:12.28; 2, Wiesbaden B, 4:26.32; 3, Patch, 4:33.58High jump— 1, Dane Gray (Vils) 6 feet, 4 inches; 2,(tie) Jacobson and Anthony Cortright (Bamb) 5-10Long jump— 1, Leon Atkins (Hoh) 20-2; 2, John Durousseau (Bamb) 19-1; 3, Antonio Trawick (Wies) 17-11Triple jump— 1, Atkins, 42-11.25; 2, Tevin Teal (Wies) 36-6; 3, Christopher Hopkins (Pat) 36-4.5Shot put— 1, Calvin Hickman (Vils) 41-7.5; 2, Demetrius Lindsey (Bamb) 40-8.5; 3, Hill, 40-6.5Discus— 1, Hill, 124-5; 2, Dwight Dean (Pat) 115-10.25; 3, Teal, 107-7.5GirlsPatch 166, Wiesbaden 79, Vilseck 61, Hohenfels 20, Bamberg 17100 meters— 1, Kelley Colbert (Wies) 12.83; 2, Karissa Hilliard (Pat) 13.56; 3, Danielle Dean (Pat) 13.58200— 1, Colbert, 27.16; 2, Hilliard, 28.37; 3, Alexa Butler (Vils) 29.19400— 1, Morgan Mahlock (Pat) 63.21; 2, Anna Muzzy (Vils) 66.44; 3, Baileigh Sessions (Pat) 67.66800— 1, Mahlock, 2:30.18; 2, Katherine Castro (Pat) 2:39.53; 3, Payton Bodecker (Vils) 2:41.261,500— 1, Hannah Rose (Pat) 5:20.04; 2, Christina Hamilton (Pat) 5:20.59; 3, Amanda Elliot (Hoh) 5:28.373,000— 1, Rose, 11:34.46; 2, Hamilton, 11:53.33; 3, April Petersen (Pat) 13:04.12100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Alayna Huebner (Pat) 18.58; 2, Marina Zielinski (Pat) 21.28; 3, Gloria Rapp (Pat) 21.37300 low hurdles— 1, Huebner, 52.91; 2, Jennifer Johnson (Pat) 56.40; 3, Anna Tarcza (Wies) 57.194x100 relay— 1, Wiesbaden (Dominique Baldwin, Colbert, Indya Etheredge, Diamond Green) 53.71; 2, Bamberg., 54.28; 3, Patch, 55.894x400 relay— 1, Patch (Talia Byerly, Huebner, Britney Lockridge, Claudia Lockridge) 4:33.98; Vilseck, 4:39.08; 3, Patch B, 5:03.214x800 relay— 1, Patch (Castro, Mahlock, Rose, Sessions) 10:26.42; 2, Vilseck, 11:07.49; 3, Wiesbaden, 11:32.101,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Patch (Hilliard, Amanda Singleton, Sessions, C.Lockridge) 4:49.33; 2, Bamberg, 5:01.21; 3, Wiesbaden, 5:11.29High jump— 1, Colbert, 5 feet, 0 inches; 2, Huebner, 5-0; 3, Brianna Johnson (Bamb) 4-6Long jump— 1, Jamila Harvey (Vils) 14-0.5; 2, Mariah Morris (Vils0 13-7; 3, Amanda Singleton (Pat) 13-1.5Triple jump— 1, Indya Etheredge (Wies) 34-0; 2, Britney Lockridge (Pat) 32-8.5; 3, Harvey, 30-4.5Shot put— 1, Daija Barnett (Wies) 30-1.5; 2, Alexcia Hodge (Wies) 29-4; 3, Kaitlyn Velsvaag (Wies) 28-7.5Discus— 1, Morris, 90-11.5; 2, Caitlyn Burgess (Pat) 78-1; 3, Velsvaag, 78-5

At Pordenone, ItalyBoysNaples 110, Vicenza 62, Aviano 53, Sigonella 134x800 relay – 1, Naples (I. Eversman, Tyler Williams, Luca Melendez, J. Fain) 9:30.3; 2, Aviano (Jacob Gonyea, S. Killen, T. Rucker, R. Evans) 11:33.4100 hurdles – 1, Ryheam Trahan (Nap) 17.3; 2, Sam Levault (Nap) 17.7; 3, Pat Robinson (Vic) 19.9100 – 1, Daniel Bert (Avi) 11.3, 2,Darnell Dothard (Nap) 11.9; 3, Johnnie Edison (Vic) 12.51,500- 1, Jacon Black (Sig) 4:29.0; 2, Dooley Jacoby (Vic) 4:33.3; 3, Melendez (Nap) 5:13.44x100 relay – 1, Aviano (M. Brown, Darien Cornett, D. Lewis, Bert) 46.8; 2, Vicenza (Derrick Grice, Edison, Gary Donald, Marcus Grice) 54.0400 – 1, Jamal Williams (Nap) 60.1; 2, Tevin Cleveland (Vic) 65.9; 3, John Molton (Nap) 73.2300 hurdles – 1, Trahan 43.1; 2, Sam Arreguin (Nap) 44.5; 3, Ben Holliday (Avi) 45.2800 – 1, Tyler Holdberby (Vic) 2:04.5; 2, John Fain (Nap) 2:14.3; 3, Tyler Williams (Nap) 2:16.5200 – 1, Donald (Vic) 23.5; 2, Holderby, 24.9; 3, Edison 25-3Sprint medley relay – 1, Naples (D. Dothard, J. Williams, Arreguin, J. Fain) 3:53.8; 2, Aviano (Brown, Lewis, Cornett, Holliday) 4:12.73,000 – 1, Black 9:48.6; 2, Ian Eversman (Nap) 9:49.4; 3, Melendez 11:13.84x400 relay – 1, Vicenza (Holdberby, Edison, D. Gray, M. Grice) 3:38.1; 2, Aviano (Holliday, Brown, Bert, Cornett) 3:41.2; 3. Naples (Dothard, Fain, Trahan, Arreguin) 3:54.0High jump -1, Arreguin 5 feet, 4 inches; 2, Bert 5-2Long jump – 1, Cornett 20-3; 2, Trahan 18-9; 3, Donald 18-23/4Triple jump – 1, J. Williams 35-7; 2, T. Williams 32-101/4; 3, M. Grice 31-101/2Shot put – 1, Ben Goodnature (Nap) 42-0; 2, Chris Law (Nap) 35-43/4; 3, Gonyea 31-61/2Discus – 1, Goodnature 129-0; 2, Holliday 95-6; 3, Law 91-11/2GirlsNaples 83, Aviano 68, Vicenza 34, Sigonella 294x800 relay – 1, Aviano (Melanie Hodson, Adrienne Bryant, Adrianna Dominguez, Ashley Ackett) 12:07.9100 hurdles – 1, Shannon Ellis (Nap) 18.7; 2, Kierra Mims (Nap) 20.0; 3, Grace Schaefer (Nap) 27.6100 – 1, Jessica Edmonson (Nap) 12.4; 2, Elexa McCracken (Sig) 13.4; 3, Ja’Brea Joiner (Vic) 13.91,500 – 1, Olivia Crumpacker (Sig) 5:57; 2, Amber Sheline (Nap) 6:02.8; 3, Melanie Hudson (Avi) 6:03.74x100 relay – 1, Naples (Kelly McKee, Maria Beard, Mims, Edmonson) 54.4; 2, Vicenza (Joiner, B. Butler, Sohni Shaikh, A. Brown) 58.1400 – 1, McCracken 64.5; 2, Shelby McHugh (Avi) 67.6; 3, Shaikh 69.8300 hurdles – 1, S. Ellis 52.2; 2, McCracken 57.1; 3, Victoria Newbill (Avi) 61.2800 – 1, McHugh 2:41.4; 2, Victoria Blake (Avi) 2:48.0; 3, Sara Canada (Vic) 2:55.1200 – 1, Edmonson 26.1; 2, Joiner 27.6; 3, McCracken 29.2Sprint medley relay – 1, Naples (McKee, Edmonson, D. Daniels, K. Chartier) 4:51.6; 2, Aviano (Newbill, T. Kelly, Blake, Bryant) 4:57.4; Vicenza (Shaiku, Joiner, Butler, Brown) 5:07.53,000 – 1, Kim Jordan (Nap)4x400 relay – 1, Aviano (Bryant, Kelly, McHugh, Blake) 4:38.8; 2, Naples (Chartier, Daniels Ellis,Murphy) 4:51.2High jump – 1, McKee 4 feet, 10 inchesLong jump – 1, McKee 13-1/4; 2, Ackett 11-111/2; 3, Crumpacker 11-23/8Triple jump – 1, McHugh 28-5Shot put – 1, Danielle Ellis (Vic) 28-83/4; 2, Beard 27-6; 3. Mims 26-63/4Discus – 1, Mims 84-9; 2, Beard 81-101/2; 3, D. Ellis 81-10

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