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SoccerBoysRegion IIBaumholder 3, Wiesbaden 1(Wednesday at Baumholder)Halftime — Baumholder 2, Wiesbaden 0. Goals — Wiesbaden: Michael Lipowicz; Baumholder: Franck Atagana, Kendall Hargrove, Pablo Martinez. Assists — Wiesbaden: Drew Polson; Baumholder: Martinez 2. Saves — Wiesbaden (Daniel Hirschel-Weber) 9; Baumholder (Noel Bongham) 12. Noteworthy — “Despite the scoreline, Wiesbaden had a good share of possession and were often first to the ball in the midfield, winning many 50-50 balls,” Baumholder coach Jeff O’Neal wrote in an email. “However, the difference in the game was that Baumholder made better use of possession.” Entering spring break, Baumholder improved to 2-0-1 overall and 1-0-0 in Region II and next is scheduled to play at Kaiserslautern on April 20. Next up for Wiesbaden (1-1-1, 0-1-1) is a regional game at Mannheim on April 22. JV — Baumholder 3, Wiesbaden 1

Kaiserslautern 6, Bitburg 3(Wednesday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime — Bitburg 3, Kaiserslautern 2. Goals — Bitburg: Jacob Boy 2, unavailable; Kaiserslautern: Cody Tremaine 2, Anthony Caceres, Patrick Burns, Dominik Day, Bitburg own goal. Assists — None reported. Saves — Bitburg (Paul Alix) unavailable; Kaiserslautern (Mitch Lorisch) unavailable. Noteworthy — Next up for K-town (2-0-1 overall and in region) is a home game against fellow unbeaten Baumholder on April 20. Bitburg (0-3-0, 0-2-0) next plays at Lakenheath on April 23.

Region IIIHohenfels 1, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Anabach)Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Andre Walker. Assists — None reported. Saves — Hohenfels (Lance Howard) 3; Ansbach (Mikael Vicente) 7. Noteworthy — Hohenfels, next ticketed for a game at Patch on April 30, is 2-2 overall and 2-1 in region. Ansbach (0-3, 0-3) is scheduled to host Vilseck on Wednesday.

Bamberg 5, Vilseck 2(Saturday at Bamberg)Halftime — Bamberg 2, Vilseck 1. Goals — Vilseck: Sage Thornbrugh, River Shank; Bamberg: Tyler Lewis 2, I.Q. Sandod 2, Eric Salgado. Assists — Vilseck: None reported; Bamberg: Charlie Bernardino. Saves — Vilseck (Jesse Partee) 6; Bamberg (Roberto Bachelor) 5. Noteworthy — Bamberg is to take 3-0 overall and league record into its next game, April 30 at Mannheim against Heidelberg. Vilseck (0-3 overall and 0-2 in Region III) is scheduled to play at Ansbach on Wednesday.

Region IVMilan 3, Marymount 0(Saturday at the American School of Milan)Other details unavailable. Noteworthy — The American School of Milan, which doesn’t again play a DODDS opponent until its scheduled game at Sigonella on May 7, is 3-2-0 overall and in region. Marymount International School of Rome, next scheduled to play at home April 30 against Aviano, is 2-2-0, 2-2-0.

AOSR 12, Florence 3(Saturday at Rome)Halftime — American Overseas School of Rome 8, International School of Florence 3. Goals — ISF: Frankie Matteo 2, Manfreddi Ricci; AOSR: Lucas Miller 3, Alessandro Fubelli 2, Daniel Roman-Cohen 2, Niccolo Lais, Eran Efrima, Muhammad Rusli, Francesco Dinmore. Pietro Dinmore. Assists — ISF: None; AOSR: P. Dinmore 4, Miller 2, Rusli 2, F. Dinmore, Roman-Cohen, Frederico Ciuffa, Danny Zalenska. Saves — ISF (Unavailable) 16; AOSR (Murad Alibayli 1, Trevor Lepage 2) 3. Noteworthy — AOSR is 4-0-0 overall and in region; ISF 0-4-0. ISF is to play next at Vicenza on Aprils 30; AOSR is scheduled for a trip to Sigonella the same day. JV - None

GirlsRegion IIKaiserslautern 2, Bitburg 0(Wednesday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Emily Crawford, Rachel Hook. Assist — Ally Murphy. Saves — Bitburg (Laura Alix) 8; Kaiserslautern (Katie Jackson) 13. Noteworthy — According to K-town coach Brian Daly, “great defensive play” by Cariema Wood enabled Lady Raiders (3-0 overall and in region) to post their second shutout of season. K-town next plays at home April 20 against Baumholder. Next up for Bitburg (0-3-0, 0-2-0) is a non-regional game April 23 at Lakenheath.

Wiesbaden 7, Baumholder 0(Wednesday at Baumholder)Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Celina Ponte 2, Andrea Arnold, Emily Dill, Katy Kem, Megan Smith, LeAndra Thomas. Assists — None reported. Saves — Wiesbaden (Unavailable) 2; Baumholder (Rachel Krahn) 24. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden (2-1-0, 1-1-0) next plays at Mannheim on April 22. Next up for Baumholder (0-3-0, 0-1-0) is regional game at Kaiserslautern on April 20.

Region IIIHohenfels 2, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Ansbach)Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Emily Barnett, Alexis Perryman. Assists — None reported. Saves — Hohenfels (Franziske Fenslage) 2; Ansbach (Danielle Martin) 12. Noteworthy — Hohenfels (1-3 overall, 1-2 in region) next plays at Patch on April 30; Ansbach (1-2, 1-2) is to host Vilseck on Wednesday.

Vilseck 4, Bamberg 0(Saturday at Bamberg)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Malia Carson, Katie Cooper, Stephanie Ellis, Cathleen Trevino. Assists — Marcella Rodriguez-Argueta, Josie Rodriguez, Zoey Viera. Saves — Vilseck (Theresa Trevino) 3; Bamberg (Hanna Fellinger) 7. Noteworthy — Vilseck, scheduled to play at Hohenfels on Wednesday, is 2-1-0 overall and 2-0-0 in region. Bamberg, is to play Heidelberg in Mannheim on April 30, fell to 0-3-0, 0-3-0.

Region IVMarymount 2, Milan 1(Saturday at American School of Milan)Details unavailable. Noteworthy — Marymount International School of Rome, which next is scheduled to host Aviano on April 30, evened its overall and regional records at 2-2. Next up for Milan (0-4-1, 0-4-1) is a May 7 game at Sigonella.

BaseballSaturday's gamesVilseck 6, Ansbach 5Vilseck 15, Ansbach 7Bamberg 21, Hohenfels 1Bamberg 15, Hohenfels 3

SoftballSaturday's gamesVilseck 16, Ansbach 1Vilseck 14, Ansbach 7Bamberg 17, Hohenfels 12Bamberg 11, Hohenfels 1

Track(Saturday at Vilseck, all race distances in meters.)BoysVilseck 165, Bamberg 61, Ansbach 34, AFNORTH 28, Hohenfels 16100 meters— 1, Darius Whitehead (Vils) 11.43; 2, Eddie Stokes (Vils) 11.70; 3, Shawn Peebles (Vils) 11.83200— 1, Whitehead, 24.06; 2, Quadel Webb (Bamb) 24.22; 3, David Lance (Vils) 24.46400— 1, Derrick Flake (Ansb) 51.75; 2, Lance, 53.06; 3, Stokes, 53.38800— 1, Lance, 2:09.07; 2, Daniel Cordova (AFN) 2:24.09; 3, Amauris Orellanna (Vils) 2:24.761,500— 1, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 4:24.01; 2, Ben Nelson (Vils) 4:49.90; 3, Michael Nelson (Vils) 4:52.303,000— 1, Kennedy, 9:45.84; 2, B. Nelson, 10:33.58; 3, M. Nelson, 10:43.63110 high hurdles— 1, Renanzo Williams (Vils) 18.60; 2, None; 3, None300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Derrick Flake, 43.49; 2, Demar Flake (Ansb) 44.41; 3, Trevin Stewart (Bamb) 47.694x100 relay— 1, Vilseck (Peebles, Daniel Arroyo, Stokes, Whitehead) 44.60; 2, Hohenfels, 47.15; 3, Bamberg, 47.314x400 relay— 1, Vilseck (Myles hall, Arroyo, Williams, Dane Gray) 3:49.75; 2, Bamberg, 3:55.37; 3, None4x800 relay— 1, Bamberg (John Durousseau, Tim Bishop, Khayree Files, Webb) 9:27.90; 2, Vilseck, 9:40.89; 3, AFNORTH, 10:47.861,600 sprint medley relay— 1, AFNORTH (Dante Brown, Unavailable, Jamil Pollock, Joel Prowler) 4:43.99; 2, None; 3, NoneHigh jump— 1, Stokes, 5 feet, 10 inches; 2, (tie) Dane Gray (Vils) and Anthony Cortright (Bamb) 5-8Long jump— 1, Jamil Pollock (AFN) 19-7; 2, John Durousseau (Bamb) 18-4; 3, Whitehead, 18-4Triple jump— 1, Donovan Coleman (Ansb) 32-7; 2, None; 3, NoneShot put— 1, Eric Passi (Bamb) 38-11; 2, Calvin Hickman (Vils) 38-6.75; 3, Armando Saldana (Vils) 36.2.5Discus— 1, Passi, 112-1; 2, Cortright, 103-8.75; 3, Hickman, 93-9GirlsVilseck 111, Ansbach 67, AFNORTH 54, Hohenfels 32, Bamberg 29100 meters— 1, Jamila Harvey (Vils) 14.12; 2, Valerie Morgan (AFN) 14.44; 3, Khiara Jackson (Bamb) 14.70200— 1, Alexa Butler (Vils) 29.48; 2, Jewel Beji (Hoh) 30.12; 3, Naomi Traylor (Ansb) 30.48400— 1, Mercedes Ash (AFN) 62.28; 2, Jalyssa Florez (Vils) 71.97; 3, Dushana Suemenoglu (Vils) 73.19800— 1, Amanda Elliot (Hoh) 2:39.05; 2, Payton Bodecker (Vil) 2:43.91; 3, Kiley Schreurs (Ansb) 2:45.691,500— 1, Elliot, 5:28.25; 2, Aurora Aloejo (Ansb) 5:41.80; 3, Schreurs, 5:42.533,000— 1, Elliot, 11:53.41; 2, None; 3, None100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Ashley Hughes (AFN) 19.43; 2, Soliel Vaughn (Ansb) 19.50; 3, Cherry Carnes (AFN) 19.83300 low hurdles— 1, Hughes, 51.67; 2, Traylor, 51.69; 3, Jennifer Strosnider (Ansb) 54.494x100 relay— 1, Vilseck (Butler, Mariah Morris, Florez, Harvey) 54.77; 2, AFNORTH, 54.92; 3, Bamberg, 55.334x400 relay— 1, AFNORTH (Ash, Carnes, Hughes, Morgan) 4:35.00; 2, Vilseck, 5:03.88; 3, None4x800 relay— 1, Vilseck (Florez, Alexandra Huestis, Anna Muzzy, Bodecker) 11:28.34; 2, None; 3, None1,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Vilseck (Haley Downs, Caitlyn Rabuck, Aysha Mays, Lauren Dailey) 6:23.09; 2, None; 3, NoneHigh jump— 1, Aloejo, 4 feet, 6 inches; 2, Traylor, 4-4; 3, Briana Johnson (Bamb) 4-4Long jump— 1, Harvey, 14-1.5; 2, Mariah Morris (Vils) 13-5; 3, Suemenoglu, 12-11Triple jump— 1, Harvey, 29-0; 2, None; 3, NoneShot put— 1, Latrisha Jones (Ansb0 32-11; 2, Natesha Godbee (Bamb) 31-7.75; 3, Morris, 26-4.25Discus— 1, Morris, 100-6; 2, Jones, 96-1; 3, Godbee, 86-8.75

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