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BasketballBoysNon-regionalBitburg 54, SHAPE 42(Friday at Bitburg)SHAPE ....... 6 7 9 20—42Bitburg....... 9 14 14 17—54Top scorers — SHAPE: Ryan Howard 20, Fabio Pettrochi 10, Isaiah Sterling 4; Bitburg: Corey Evans 16, Erick Matos 12, Matt Flood 11. Noteworthy — Sterling led all rebounders with 8; Bitburg’s Darren Aiken grabbed 6.JV—SHAPE 27, Bitburg 19

Bitburg 61, SHAPE 58(Saturday at Bitburg)SHAPE ....... 18 10 20 10—58Bitburg....... 21 10 17 13—61Top scorers — SHAPE: Ryan Valentine 20, Howard 18, James Workman 9; Bitburg: J.B. Johnson 27, Matos 13. Noteworthy — Barons, who got 9 rebounds from Matos, 7 assists from Evans and 4 steals from Johnson are 2-0 overall and are idle until they play at AFNORTH on Jan. 8. SHAPE (0-4) next hosts Kaiserslautern on Jan. 8. It got 10 rebounds from Howard, and 12 from Nick Westerick. JV—SHAPE 44, Bitburg 37 (OT)

BFA 39, Mannheim 32(Saturday at Mannheim)Black Forest Acad........7 12 9 11—39Mannheim.......15 4 2 11—32Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Nate Greathouse 11; Mannheim: Sam Rosario 19Noteworthy—Mannheim coach David Brown called BFA’s team play a superb lesson for his young team.“We were most impressed with BFA’s chemistry on the court,” he wrote in a Sunday morning E-mail. “It was quite obvious they knew and trusted each other very well … eight different players scored for BFA. They did a great job of shortening the game once they got the lead…”Mannheim, too, played some team ball – Brown reported that 8 of the 9 players who saw court time for the Bison registered at least one assist.Greathouse topped all rebounders with 11; his teammate Andrew Linberg added 8. BFA (3-0) is idle until games at Heidelberg on Jan. 21-22. Brandon Wiley led Mannheim (0-2) with 7 rebounds. The Bison next take the floor at Hohenfels on Jan. 7-8. JV—Mannheim 35, BFA 19

Region IBrussels 41, Menwith Hill 38(Friday at Steerebeek, Belgium)Menwith Hill ....... 7 8 14 9—38Brussels ....... 10 12 9 10—41Scoring — Menwith Hill: Chris Jackson 16, Schuyler Backlar 13, Sam Ehrhard 6, Josh Willis 3; Brussels: Braden Brower 26, Ryan Bottesini 15. Noteworthy — According to Brussels coach Chris Vahrenhorst, Bottesini led Brigand rebounders with 9. Brower added 8 and Ivan Cular, who handed out 6 assists, had 6 rebounds.

Brussels 31, Menwith Hill 28(Saturday at Steerebeek, Belgium)Menwith Hill ....... 7 11 4 6—28Brussels ....... 8 9 2 12—31Scoring — Menwith Hill: Jackson 9, Willis 8, Backlar 7, Ehrhard 4; Brussels: Bottesini 13, Brower 12, Ben Bigelow 2, Austen Eperjesi 2, David Westland 2. Noteworthy — Vahrenhorst reported 7 rebounds and 4 steals for Bottesini, and 6 frebounds and 4 blocked shots for Brower. Cular posted 5 assists and Bigelow 4 dishes for Brussels, which improved to 4-0 overall and in Region I. Brigands are scheduled to play at International School of Brussels on Tuesday.

ISB 52, AFNORTH 44(Saturday at Brussels; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers — AFNORTH: Nuri Karaca 23; International School of Brussels: Stephen Clark 27.JV—None

ISB 48, AFNORTH 44 (OT)(Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Stephen Clark 24; AFNORTH: Westin McKinney 14, Jamil Pollock 14, Jake Schmidt 8Noteworthy—Loss was first of two last weekend for the Lions, who fell to 1-3 overall and 0-2 in region, largely, according to coach Nate Goolsby, by totaling just five defensive rebounds. AFNORTH is idle until Jan. 8, when Bitburg’s scheduled to visit. ISB will take 2-0 overall and Region I record into Tuesday’s Region I game against visiting Brussels.JV—None reported

Region IIWiesbaden 79, Baumholder 57(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Baumholder ....... 13 23 13 8—57Wiesbaden ....... 23 15 20 21—79Top scorers — Baumholder: Alex Johnson 18, Tyrell Harris 13, J’mil Wilson 9; Wiesbaden: Victor Strange 19, Antonio Traywick 19, Daniel Harris 13. Noteworthy — Strange grabbed 12 rebounds and Harris 8 for Wiesbaden (3-0 overall, 1-0 in Region II). Tevin Teal distributed 6 assists for Wiesbaden; his teammate Strange posted 4 dishes. Teams were snowed out of their scheduled game at Baumholder on Friday; that game is scheduled to be made up Feb. 4. Baumholder is 1-2 overall, 0-1 in Region II and is next scheduled for non-regional games Jan. 7-8 at Ansbach. Wiesbaden is scheduled to be idle until it hosts Bitburg for Region II games Jan. 14-15.JV—Baumholder 32, Wiesbaden 28

Region IIIHeidelberg 67, Vilseck 14(Friday at Vilseck, score by quarters unavailable; official scoring ended at 48-8 at halftime)Top scorers — Heidelberg: Chase Boone 14, Eugene Jones 11, Stirling Thomas 8; Vilseck: Derrick Woulard 7, Xavier Scott 3, Calvin Hickman 2JV—Heidelberg 19, Vilseck 13 (10-minute halves)

Heidelberg 48, Vilseck 9(Saturday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers — Heidelberg: Thomas 13, Devin Meachum 9, Boone 7; Vilseck: Hickman 4, Cedrell Sanders 3. Noteworthy — Heidelberg takes a 4-0 overall and 2-0 Region III record into winter break. Next up for the Lions is a homestand against Region III D-II power Hohenfels on Jan. 14-15. Vilseck has an even longer gap scheduled; it’s next scheduled for a two-game series at Patch on Jan. 21-22.JV—Vilseck 47, Heidelberg 31

Region IVAOSR 47, Vicenza 46(Friday at Vicenza)Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 12 11 7 17—47Vicenza....... 15 10 10 11—46Top scorers — American Overseas School of Rome: Nate Sieben 19, Daniel Roman-Cohen 15, Jay Kim 6; Vicenza (some first names unavailable): Gary Donald 17, Dennis 9. Noteworthy — AOSR, which got 8 rebounds from Frederico Cuiffa and 6 from Sieben, hit 5 treys in final quarter for winning margin.

AOSR 66, Vicenza 44(Saturday at Vicenza)Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 15 9 19 23—66Vicenza....... 5 16 14 9—44Top scorers — American Overseas School of Rome: Sieben 19, Roman-Cohen 17, Cuiffa 8; Vicenza: Donald 23, D.J. Shaffer 9, Dennis 8. Noteworthy — AOSR evened its overall and Region IV record at 2-2 behind 8 rebounds and 3 steals from Sieben, 9 rebounds and 4 blocks by Jacopo Lorenzi and 8 rebounds by Cuiffa. Roman-Cohen scored 11 of his points from the free-throw line. Vicenza is 2-2 overall and next hosts Sigonella Jan. 14-15. AOSR plays at Aviano the same days.

Aviano 59, Marymount 7(Friday at Aviano)Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 0 5 2 0— 7Aviano....... 19 13 15 12—59Top scorers — Marymount International School of Rome: Gabriel Buda 2, Febri Hannan 2, Ziyan Nour 2; Aviano: Myron McRae 21, Elijah Smith 8, Andrew Bert 8

Aviano 37, Marymount 14(Saturday at Aviano)Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 2 4 5 3—14Aviano....... 7 15 5 10—37Top scorers — Marymount International School of Rome: Liebin Chan 6; Aviano: McRae 11, Corey Webb 9, Smith 6. Noteworthy — Aviano, which next hosts AOSR on Jan. 14-15, is 4-0 overall and in Region IV. Marymount, which next entertains International School of Florence on Jan. 14-15, is 0-4 overall and in the region.JV—Aviano 52, Marymount 9

Turkey

Ankara 46, Incirlik 35(Saturday at Ankara; score by quarters unavailable)Halftime—Ankara 16, Incirlik 13Top scorers—UnavailableNoteworthy—According to Ankara coach Tim Redden, both teams fell later in the day to Oasis International School. Oasis topped Ankara 40-25 and Incirlik 47-22.JV—None

GirlsNon-regionalBFA 36, Mannheim 23(Saturday at Mannheim)Black Forest Academy....... 13 9 9 5—36Mannheim....... 7 9 0 7—23Top scorers — Black Forest Academy: Natalie Bertrand 13, Esther Shady 9: Mannheim: Kadedra Lea 8, Grace Gonzalez 6. Noteworthy — Mannheim fell to 1-1 overall despite 8 steals by Gonzalez and 8 rebounds by Lea, Lady Bison coach Adrian Crawford reported. BFA (2-1) got 15 rebounds, 6 steals and 3 assists from Shady and 6 rebounds and 4 assists from Caroline Belch.

SHAPE 46, Bitburg 37(Friday at Bitburg)SHAPE....... 14 10 13 9—46Bitburg....... 9 11 11 6—37Top scorers — SHAPE: Gina Rhett 25, Jamie Gamboa 11; Bitburg: Melissa Menschel 12, Brianna Lackey 7, Alicia Dorado 6. Noteworthy — According to Bitburg coach Michael Cottrell, Rhett sank 5 3-pointers and had 6 steals for SHAPE, which got 6 rebounds from Liz Burden. Menschel pulled down 17 rebounds for Bitburg; her teammate Lamonica Williams grabbed 12.

SHAPE 41, Bitburg 14(Friday at Bitburg)SHAPE....... 8 6 12 15—41Bitburg....... 4 6 1 3—14Top scorers — SHAPE: Teresa Muldoon 14, Ellen Campany 10, Kearstin Wainwright 7; Bitburg: Menschel 6. Noteworthy — SHAPE improved to 2-2 behind 13 rebounds by Muldoon and 5 steals each by Campany and Gamboa. Rhett grabbed 6 rebounds and Burden 4. Bitburg (0-2) got 6 rebounds from Williams and 7 steals and 5 rebounds from Menschel.

Region IMenwith Hill 26, Brussels 16(Friday at Steerebeek, Belgium)Menwith Hill ....... 10 6 4 6—26Brussels....... 4 4 6 2—16Scoring — Menwith Hill: Kia Pierce 10, Monique McCreary 6, Rachel Solini 4, Jani Smith 4, Hannah Solini 2; Brussels: Cherie Crepeau 6, Valerie Chausee 4, Dominique Poitier 4, Ana Marija Vasileva 2.

Brussels 17, Menwith Hill 16(Saturday at Steerebeek, Belgium)Menwith Hill ....... 4 6 0 6—16Brussels....... 4 3 3 7—17Scoring — Menwith Hill: Pierce 6, R.Solini 4, Monique McCreary 4, Smith 2; Brussels: Ali DeFazio 4, Crepeau 4, Vasileva 3, Poitier 3, Alexandra McVicker 3. Noteworthy — According to Brussels coach Dexter Bohn, Poitier put the Lady Brigands up by one with a free throw with about a minute to play, and Pierce’s potential game-winning 26-footer rimmed out at the buzzer. Two-time defending European D-III champion Brussels will take a 3-1 overall and Region I mark into a Tuesday game at D-I International School of Brussels. Menwith Hill goes into winter break with a 1-1 Region I and overall mark. It will resume play Jan. 7-8 with non-regional games at American Community School-Hillingdon.

ISB 32, AFNORTH 19(Saturday at Brussels; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers — AFNORTH: Rylee McKinney 6; International School of Brussels: Amanda Stewart 11, Lucy Wollenstein 11JV—AFNORTH 25, ISB 14

Region IIWiesbaden 43, Baumholder 3(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Baumholder....... 0 2 1 0— 3Wiesbaden ....... 20 6 16 1—43Top scorers — Baumholder: Dionna Marcus 2, Shaina Speight 1; Wiesbaden: Taylor Dore 15, LeAndra Thomas 8, Kelley Colbert 7. Noteworthy — Friday’s game at Baumholder between the two schools was postponed by bad weather and rescheduled for Feb. 4, according to Wiesbaden coach Jim Campbell. LeAndra Thomas, who registered 5 steals and 4 assists, took game-rebounding honors with 9. Baumholder’s Wendy Bryant grabbed 8 rebounds, and Wiesbaden’s LeAmber Thomas pulled down 7 rebounds, Campbell reported. Defending European D-I champion Wiesbaden is 3-0 overall and 1-0 in Region II. Baumholder fell to 0-3, 0-1JV—Wiesbaden 22, Baumholder 16

Region IIIHeidelberg 46, Vilseck 37(Friday at Vilseck)Heidelberg....... 12 10 16 8—46Vilseck....... 11 9 9 8—37Top scorers — Heidelberg: Rebecca Luna 14, Romina Fears 8, Asya Tucker 6, Aileen Donnelly 5; Vilseck: Deraj McClinton 18, Jamila Harvey 8, Sidni Beaulieu-Haines 6, Theresa Trevino 4JV—Vilseck 6, Heidelberg 2 (10-minute halves)

Heidelberg 45, Vilseck 41(Saturday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers — Heidelberg: Linae Myhand 11, Star Jones 10, Luna 8, Arianna Anderson 8; Vilseck: Harvey 17, Thea Dunn 9, McClinton 6, Beaulieu-Haines 5. Noteworthy — Vilseck fell to 0-2 overall and in Region III despite 10 rebounds and 5 steals by Harvey, 9 rebounds and 5 steals by Dunn and 4 steals by McClinton.JV—Vilseck 15, Heidelberg 10

Region IVVicenza 45, AOSR 41(Friday at Vicenza)Am. O’seas Sch, of Rome ...... 6 9 11 15—41Vicenza ...... 7 11 13 14—45Top scorers — American Overseas School of Rome: Martina Mannozzi 25, Bianca Oetiker 9; Vicenza: Lali Baratashvilli 22, Sella Pauling 12JV - noneAOSR 61, Vicenza 34(Saturday at Vicenza)Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome ....... 12 17 8 24—61Vicenza ....... 9 4 8 13—34Top scorers — American Overseas School of Rome: Mannozzi 36, Brittany Roberts 20; Vicenza: Pauling 13, Baratashvilli 7, Tatiana Miranda 6. Noteworthy — Mannozzi’s highest-scoring individual effort of season sends AOSR into winter break at 3-1 overall and in region. AOSR resumes season Jan. 14-15 at Aviano. Vicenza is 2-2 overall and in Region IV. The Lady Cougars next play Jan. 14-15 when they host Sigonella.JV—NoneAviano 46, Marymount 7(Friday at Aviano)Marymount Int. Sch. of Rome ....... 0 0 2 5— 7Aviano ....... 17 16 6 7—46Top scorers — Marymount International School of Rome: Rylie Arnell 5; Aviano: Jasmine Mailoto 12, Kyerha Smith 12, Katlyn Atchley 10. Noteworthy — According to Aviano coach Greg Mead, Chiara Bustillo led his team with 12 rebounds. Paulena Tufaro added 9 rebounds, and Smith made 5 steals for Aviano.JV—None

Aviano 51, Marymount 9(Saturday at Aviano)Top scorers — Marymount International School of Rome: Arnell 4, Clarissa Baramki 4; Aviano: Atchley 14, Mailoto 13, Smith 10. Noteworthy — Aviano, which next hosts American Overseas School of Rome on Jan. 14-15, is 2-0 overall and in Region IV behind 8 rebounds by Atchley, 7 rebounds by Mailoto and 6 steals and 5 assists by Smith. Marymount is 0-4, 0-4 and next hosts Milan on Jan. 21-22.

Turkey

Incirlik 15, Ankara 8(Saturday at Ankara; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—UnavailableNoteworthy—In other girls’ games Saturday, Incirlik defeated Oasis International School 30-13, and Ankara blanked Oasis 34-0. Oasis, Redden reported, was playing its first games in two years.JV—None

WrestlingAt AFNORTH(Saturday)Team scoringKaiserslautern 209, Wiesbaden 155, AFNORTH 84, Brussels 84, SHAPE 73Individual leaders103 pounds— 1, Austin Polson (Wies); 2, Matthew Fisher (Kais); 3, Saverio Young (AFN)112— 1, Cody Moose (SHP); 2, Brandon Torres (Wies); 3, None119— 1, Brodie Cutshall (Kais); 2, Brenden Sturman (Wies); 3, Karl Dristensen (SHP)125— 1, Matt Lengyel (SHP); 2, Jarred Jones (Kais); 3, Aaron Campany (SHP)130— 1,Peter Phillips (Kais); 2, Vincent Alvarez (Wies); 3, Jared Cooper (Kais)135— 1, Jeff Lawson (Kais); 2, Brett Middleton (Kais); 3, T.J. Daly (Kais)140— 1, Vincent Alonso (Brus); 2, Drew Polson (Wies); 3, Derrick Ashcraft (Kais)145— 1, Nate Morris (Wies); 2, Anthony Caceres (Kais); 3, Aldon Pagio (AFN)152— 1, Nate Flynn (AFN); 2, Jaron Hrushka (Kais); 3, Adrian Gonzalez (Wies)160— 1, Sam Arnold (Kais); 2, Dakota Deverill (Bru); 3, Benny Falling (Wies)171— 1, Daniel Tedesco (Brus); 2, Erik Kirk (Kais); 3, Mike Domenichini (Kais)189— 1, Zach West (Kais); 2, Joe Kren (Brus); 3, Billy Lakes (Kais)215— 1, William Heiges (Wies); 2, Daniel Mattner (Wies); 3, Alex Helm (Kais)285— 1, Tony Legare (AFN); 2, Jonathan Garcia (Unavailable); 3, None

At SigonellaTeam scoringNaples 139, Sigonella 96, American Overseas School of Rome 20Individual leaders103 pounds— 1, Daniel Vossler (Sig); 2, Elijah Gonzalez (Napl); 3, Luca Melendez (Napl)112— 1, Logan Schmidt (Napl); 2, Rachel Ventura (Sig); 3, None119— 1, Patricio Hernandez (Napl); 2, Omri Izhaki (AOSR); 3, Maxwell Whitting (Napl)125— None130— 1, Joshua Hood (Napl); 2, Tres Rivas (Napl) 3, Jalin Powell (Napl)135— 1, Tyler Williams (Napl); 2, Chase Berryhill (Sig); 3, Jordan Gonzalez (Napl)140— 1, Marco Sumerfield (Sig); 2, Kyle Baldree (Napl); 3, Conor Skelton (Napl)145— 1, Sid Connor (Sig); 2, Ian Eversman (Napl); 3, None152— 1, Brian Pfirrmann (Napl); 2, Christian Tanaquin (Napl); 3, None160— 1, David McKee (Napl); 2, P.J. Baker (Napl); 3, Brad Bonnema (Napl)171— 1, Zach Cheek (Napl); 2, Jeff Lastrella (Sig); 3, Chris Law (Napl)189— None215— 1, Grayson Haynes (Napl); 2, Franco Garcia (Sig); 3, John Lynch (Napl)285— 1, Austin Flannagan (Sig); 2, Makoto Howard (Napl); 3, Tristin Morris (Sig)

At PatchTeam scoringPatch 242, Aviano 113, Vicenza 98Individual leaders103 pounds— 1, Ross Wilson (Pat); 2, John Kellett-Forsyth (Pat); 3, Austin Harrison (Pat)112— 1, Isaac McIlvene (Pat); 2, Tyler Young (Avi); 3, Peter Perry (Vicz)119— 1, Chris Carlisle (Pat); 2, Tyler Laky (Avi); 3, David Kellett-Forsyth (Pat)125— 1, Jacob Andrus (Pat); 2, Christian Hall (Avi) 3, Connor Smith (Vicz)130— 1, Nikolas Weiser (Avi); 2, Jaden Fields (Pat); 3, Kyle Leanhart (Vicz)135— 1, Kevin O’Brien (Pat); 2, Nathan Cass (Pat); 3, Kimble Leanhart (Vicz)140— 1, Thomas Trevino (Pat); 2, Andrew Kunis (Avi); 3, Mekyle Fernandez (Pat)145— 1, Chris Walter (Pat); 2, Eric Stevens (Pat); 3, Tyler Holderby (Vicz)152— 1, Calen Fields (Pat); 2, Aaron Hogg (Vicz); 3, J.C. Rapp (Pat)160— 1, Matt Seely (Pat); 2, John McKevitt (Pat); 3, Jimmy Huller (Vicz)171— 1, Christopher Heath (Avi); 2, Bryson Davis (Pat); 3, Ryan Frary (Pat)189— 1, Alex Vitt (Pat); 2, William Pagan (Vicz); 3, Justin Lieb (Vicz)215— 1, Austin Pond (Vicz); 2, Daniel Moya (Pat); 3, Noah Woiton (Avi)285— 1, Carlos Lopez-Santana (Pat); 2, Isaiah Holland (Pat); 3, Ian Fitzsche (Avi)

At RamsteinTeam scoringUnavailable. Teams participating were Bamberg, Black Forest Academy, Heidelberg, Mannheim, RamsteinIndividual leaders103 pounds— 1, Kenny Kyle (BFA); 2, Ryan Goins (Rams); 3, Jay-Lee Syles (Rams)112— 1, Ryan Buettner (Bamb); 2, Victor Baart (BFA) 3, Nick Baxter (Heid)119— 1, Adam Franz (Rams); 2, Kyle Jackson (Heid); 3, Dallen DeHaven (Rams)125— 1, Shabazz Dee Celreydl (Rams); 2, Josh Groom (Heid); 3, Carlton Allen (Ram)130— 1, Jaron Henninger (Heid); 2, Bryan Caldwell (Rams); 3, Allen Stewart (Rams)135— 1, Ben McCoy (Rams); 2, Landon Tholen (Rams); 3, Cedrick Buno (Rams)140— 1, Brandon Furtado (Rams); 2, Jack McKeown (BFA); 3, Andrew Baxter (Heid145— 1, Dyllan Trautmann (Rams); 2, Daniel LeJuene (Heid); 3, Andi Abel (Rams)152— 1, Andres Gaytan (Rams); 2, Jimmie McBride (Heid); 3, Travis Reynolds (Bamb)160— 1, Chris Grantham (Rams); 2, Bronzen Williams (Heid); 3, Tyler Rood (Rams)171— 1, Ryan Gernert (Rams); 2, Daniel White (Heid); 3, J.T. Torres (Heid)189— 1, Joe Ankrom (Rams); 2, Alex Grant (Heid); 3, Joshua Luna (Heid)215— 1, Jonathan Brown (Heid); 2, Jordan Linder (Rams); 3, Tyrell Geter (Mann)285— None reported

At LakenheathTeam scoringNone reported. Teams participating were Alconbury and LakenheathIndividual leaders103 pounds— 1, Darius Holt (Lake); 2, None; 3, None112— None119— 1, Tyler Lloyd (Lake); 2, Chase Noorda (lake); 3, Shaun Cohn (Lake)125— 1, Jon Reese (Lake); 2, Matt Geronimo (Alc); 3, Logan Welle (Lake)130— 1, Isaac Bozarth (Unavailable); 2, Ashley Wilins (Lake); 3, None135— None140— 1, Austin Morrow (Lake); 2, None; 3, None145— 1, Adam Carroll (Lake); 2, None; 3, None152— 1, Devon Parrish (Lake); 2, Joey Connor (Lake); 3, Taner Ridenour (Lake)160— 1, Nathan Rogacki (Lake); 2, Johannes Wimmer (Lake); 3, None171— 1, Daniel Carroll (Lake); 2, Frankie Going (Alc); 3, None189— 1, Xavier Thompson (Lake); 2, None; 3, None215— 1, Shae Emerton (Lake); 2, Chance Knoblauch (Lake); 3, Brandon Emerton (Lake)285— 1, Matt Russell (Lake); 2, None; 3, None

MarksmanshipWest Conference(Saturday at Heidelberg)Team scoring(1,500 possible points)Patch 1,379; Heidelberg 1,279; Mannheim 1,155Individual leadersOverall high scorer (300 possible points)— Chaz Gillespie (Patch) 282Prone (100 possible points)— Joshua Sloan (Patch) 98Standing (100 possible points)— Gillespie 92Kneeling (100 possible points)— Addison Flynn (Patch) and Gillespie 93Noteworthy— Patch goes into winter break 2-0. Season resumes Jan. 15. Because of school closure, Baumholder, scheduled to compete here Saturday, will shoot Monday, according to Heidelberg coach Andrew King.

East Conference(Saturday at Vilseck)Postponed because of weather

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