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WrestlingEuropean championshipsWIESBADEN ARMY AIRFIELD, Germany — Friday’s late first-day results and Saturday’s final results in the two-day 2011 DODDS-Europe high school wrestling championships:
Final team scoringDivision I— Patch 242.5, Ramstein 219, Lakenheath 173.5, Heidelberg 167.5, Wiesbaden 103, Kaiserslautern 97.5, Vilseck 75.5, SHAPE 43.5Division II— Baumholder 96, Bitburg 80, Naples 66, AFNORTH 56, Aviano 50.5, Black Forest Academy 36.5, Vicenza 17.5, Bamberg 12.5, American Overseas School of Rome 15.5, Ansbach 15, Hohenfels 7.5, Mannheim 5Division III— Sigonella 51.5, Brussels 43.5, Rota 26.5, Incirlik 8, Alconbury 0, Menwith Hill 0
Saturday’s pool resultsRound 5103 poundsPool A— Ross Wilson (Patch) maj. dec. Ryan Goins (Ramstein) 16-2; Elijah Gonzalez (Naples) pin Daryl Page (SHAPE) 1:48; Daniel Vossler (Sigonella) pin Darius Holt (Lakenheath) 2:43Pool B— Kyle Kenny (Black Forest) pin Brenden Gauthier (Baumholder) 1:14; John Kellett-Forsyth (Patch) def. Matthew Fischer (Kaiserslautern) 15-11; Austin Atkinson (Hohenfels) pin Austin Polson (Wiesbaden) 3:01112Pool A— Omri Izhaki (AOSR) maj. dec. Joshua Jones (Kaiserslautern) 13-2; Andrew Hooks (Baumholder) def. Ryan Buettner (Bamberg) 9-2; Peter Perry (Vicenza) maj. dec. Cody Moose (SHAPE) 12-2Pool B— Dane Robbins (Bitburg) pin Isaac McIlvene (Pach) 1:22; Garrett Prewett (BFA) pin Wayne Hagan (Mannheim) 4:30; Tyler Young (Aviano) def. Andrew Reyna (Vilseck) 8-7119Pool A— Adam Franz (Ramstein) tech fall Joseph Spiszer (Hohenfels) 2:43; Adrian Julien (Baumholder) pin Asah Tibuni (Aviano) 2:58, Karl Kristensen (SHAPE) maj. dec. Josiah Pheuisomphou (Aviano) 16-8Pool B— Patricio Hernandez (Naples) def. Tyler Lloyd (Lakenheath) 7-2; Brendan Sturman (Wiesbaden) pin Christopher Carlisle (Patch) 3:47; Christian Brown (Patch) def.Trevor Peterson (Naples) 4-1125Pool A— Jacob Andrus (Patch) def. Keaton Regenor (Rota) 11-9; DeeCelreyell Shabazz (Ramstein) pin Jonathan Reese (Lakenheath) 3:07; Stephen Hook (Kaiserslautern) by forfeit over Jonathan Jones (Baumholder)Pool B— Matthew Lengyel (SHAPE) pin Vicenza Alvarez (Wiesbaden) 1:53; Zane Kennedy (Vilseck) tech fall Christian Hall (Aviano) 4:12; Jalin Powell (Naples) pin Justin LeMay (Patch) 4:31130Pool A— Jaron Henninger (Heidelberg) pin Jarred Jones (Kaiserslautern) 1:35; Joshua Hood (Naples) by forfeit over Andrew Luong (Alconbury); Kyle Leanhart (Vicenza) pin Paul Kren (Brussels) 2:58Pool B— Nikolas Weiser (Aviano) def. Damian Sotelo (Bitburg) 4-1; Jaden Fields (Patch) pin Peter Phillips (Kaiserslautern) 2:52; Benjamin Nelson (Vilseck) by forfeit over Bryan Caldwell (Ramstein)135Pool A— Ryan Edwards (Baumholder) def. Kyle Swords (Heidelberg) 9-6; Benjamin McCoy (Ramstein) pin Mikhail Schroeder (Vicenza) 2:45; T.J. Daly (Kaiserslautern) pin Chase Berryhill (Sigonella) 2:40Pool B— Jeffrey Lawson (Kaiserslautern) pin Tyler Williams (Naples) 1:19; Andrew Baxter (Heidelberg) pin Jason Moose (SHAPE) 3:26; Nathan Cass (Patch) pin Samuel Racioppo (Brussels) 2:46140Pool A— Vincent Alonso (Brussels) def. Brandon Furtado (Ramstein) 6-2; Andrew Kunis (Aviano) pin Devon Hopping (Ansbach) 4:23; Scott Hammel (Vilseck) pin Kyle Baldree (Naples) 2:36Pool B— Thomas Trevino (Patch) pin Marco Summerfield (Sigonella) 4:52; Austin Morrow (Lakenheath) pin Jamichael Wiley (Wiesbaden)1:01; Derrick Ashcraft (Kaiserslautern) pin Conor Skelton (Naples) 4:52145Pool A— Nathaniel Morris (Wiesbaden) def. Sidney Conner (Sigonella) 10-5; Dennis Thomas (Vilseck) def. Prince Owusu (Baumholder) 12-7; Mekyle Fernandes (Patch) pin Joseph Connor (Lakenheath) 5:28Pool B— Adam Carroll (Lakenheath) pin Daniel LeJeune (Heidelberg) 3:17; Dyllan Trautmann (Ramstein) pin Bryan Pfirrmann (Naples) 4:43; Anthony Caceres (Kaiserslautern) def. Ian Eversman (Naples) 16-13152Pool A— Devon Parrish (Lakenheath) def. James McBride (Heidelberg) 4-3; Samuel Arnold (Kaiserslautern) pin Bradley Bonnema (Naples) 1:35, Galen McCarver (Ramstein) def. Dakota Deverill (Brussels) 5-2Pool B— Andres Gaytan (Ramstein) pin Aaron Hogg (Vicenza) 1:01; Kevin Andrus (Patch) def. Nathan Flynn (AFNORTH)10-8, J.C. Rapp (Patch)by forfeit160Pool A— Calen Fields (Patch) by forfeit over L.J. Downey (Bitburg); Tyler Rood (Ramstein) def. David Arreguin (Naples) def. 14-10; Benjamin Falling (Wiesbaden) def. Jeremy Huller (Vicenza) 8-7Pool B— Christopher Grantham (Ramstein) pin David Makee (Naples) 1:48; Bronzen Williams (Heidelberg) def. Nathan Rogacki (Lakenheath) 5-1; John McKevitt (Patch) pin Christian Milam (Menwith Hill) 0:32171Pool A— Ryan Gernert (Ramstein) by forfeit over Christopher Heath (Aviano); Daniel Carroll (Lakenheath) def. Bryson Davis (Patch) 14-12; Daniel White (Heidelberg) pin James Cheek (Naples) 0:42Pool B— Jason Pinnow (Patch) pin Daniel Tedesco (Brussels) 2:54; Jeffrey Lastrella (Sigonella) maj. dec. Tyler Murphy (Incirlik) 15-4; J.T. Torres (Heidelberg) by forfeit over Kevin Stewart (Ramstein)189Pool A— Austin Schmidt (Bitburg) pin Zachary West (Kaiserslautern) 2:19; Turner Vite’ (Heidelberg) pin Grayson Haynes (Naples) 1:52; Jesse Partee (Vilseck) pin Francisco Garcia (Sigonella) 2:44Pool B— Alexander Haas (Wiesbaden) pin William Pagan (Vicenza) 0:20; Joseph Kren (Brussels) def. Joseph Ankrom (Ramstein) 12-5; Patrick Less (Bitburg) pin Alexander Hess (Wiesbaden) 1:43215Pool A— Erik Stouter (Wiesbaden) pin Armando Saldana (Vilseck) 0:37; Shae Emerton (Lakenheath) pin Makoto Howard (Naples) 0:18; Shaquille Williams (Bitburg) pin Ryan Frary (Patch) 3:58Pool B— Tony Legare (AFNORTH) pin Austin Pond (Vicenza) 1:41; William Heiges (Wiesbaden) pin Juan Palacios (Bamberg) 1:58; Anthony Zaferis (Ramstein) pin T.J. Propp (Ansbach) 2:49285Pool A— Gabriel Diaz (Wiesbaden) def. Rahim Beatty (Ansbach) 11-7; Jonathan Garcia (AFNORTH) pin Timothy Lemaitre (Vicenza) 3:04; Brandon Reed (Hohenfels) pin Dominic Barbour (Aviano) 1:59Pool B— Matthew Russell (Lakenheath) def. Austin Flanagan (Sigonella) 8-6; Noah Hartley (Vilseck) def. Jordan Linder (Ramstein) 10-9; Daniel Mattner (Wiesbaden) pin Sean Mooney (Naples) 1:19Semifinals103— Wilson def. Kellett-Forsyth 8-1; Goins pin Kenny 3:21112— Robbins pin Ozhaki 2:19; McIlvene def. Hooks 7-6119— Franz pin Lloyd 1:59; Julien def. Hernandez 7-5125— Regenor pin Alvarez 1:14; Lengyel pin Hook 4:00130— Weiser pin Jar. Jones 4:41; Henninger def. J. Fields 12-5135— McCoy pin T. Williams 1:38; Edwards def. Lawson 5-4140— Trevino def. Alonso 6-4; Morrow tech fall Furtado 5:02145— LeJeune maj. dec. Thomas 12-4; Carroll pin Owusu 4:52152— K. Andrus def. Parrish 7-4; McBride maj. dec. Gaytan 13-4160— C. Fields def. B. Williams 10-3; Grantham def. Rood 4-3171— Gernert def. Lastrella 6-4; Pinnow pin White 3:26189— Schmidt pin J.Kren 0:58; Haas pin Vite’ 2:50215— Emerton pin Heiges 2:41; Stouter def. Legare 7-5285— Hartley def. Diaz 8-5; J. Garcia def. Russell 1-0
Fifth-place103 pounds— Vossler maj. dec. Fischer 10-2112— Prewitt pin Buettner 1:16119— Sturman pin Kristensen 3:08125— J. Andrus pin Kennedy 1:50130— Phillips pin Hood 4:27135— Swords maj. dec. Baxter 12-0140— Kunis pin Wiley 3:25145— Trautmann def. Morris 4-3152— Arnold pin Flynn 1:34160— McKevitt pin Arreguin 4:46171— D. Carroll def. Murphy 15-13189— West def. Less 10-9215— Zaferis def. Saldana 16-12285— Flanagan pin Beatty 4:53
Third-place103 pounds— Kenny tech fall Kellett-Forsyth 4:44112— Hooks pin Izhaki 5:16119— Lloyd def. Hernandez 9-6125— Alvarez pin Hook 4:27130— J. Fields pin Jar. Jones 3:15135— Lawson pin T. Williams 3:26140— Alonso pin Furtado 4:48145— Owusu def. Thomas 7-3152— Gaytan pin Parrish 0:49160— B. Williams def. Rood171— White pin Lastrella 1:30189— Vite’ pin J. Kren 0:51215— Legare pin Heiges 5:53285— Russell pin Diaz 3:20
Championship103— Wilson pin Goins 3:31112— Robbins def. McIlvene 15-7119— Franz def. Julien 13-4125— Lengyel maj. dec. Regenor 17-8130— Weiser def. Henninger 4-2135— McCoy pin Edwards 3:37140— Morrow def. Trevino 5-3145— Carroll pin LeJeune 3:49152— McBride def. K. Andrus 9-4160— C. Fields pin Grantham 2:53171— Gernert pin Pinnow 3:44 189— Haas def. Schmidt 7-1215— Stouter tech fall Emerton 5:10285— Hartley pin J. Garcia 6:38 (OT)
BasketballBoysNon-regionalMenwith Hill 51, Leeds Tigers 46(Friday at Menwith Hill)Leeds....... 6 12 16 12-46Menwith Hill ....... 14 13 10 14-51Scoring (some first names unavailable)—Leeds Tigers: Forrester 13, Saxon 11, Carrick 9, Rajat 7, Kesteven 4, Dalghous 2; Menwith Hill: Schuyler Backlar 21, Chris Jackson 13, Josh Willis 9, Sam Ehrhard 8. Noteworthy — Backlar and Willis each grabbed 10 rebounds; Jackson joined them in double-double territory with 10 assists. He also pulled off 7 steals as Menwith Hill tuned up against British club team for European Division III tournament Wednesday-Saturday in Mannheim. Ehrhard was 4-of-6 from the floor, according to Menwith Hill coach Greg DeJardin.
Region IIRamstein 66, Kaiserslautern 27(Friday at Ramstein)Score by quarters unavailableTop scorers — Kaiserslautern: Thomas Russ 10, Bernard Burwell 9; Ramstein: Thomas Amrine 31, Jarrod Henry 16, DeVonte Allen 16. Noteworthy — The Royals avenged a 75-69 defeat Tuesday in Kaiserslautern in a big way, improving to 8-2 in Region I and 11-3 overall. The Red Raiders still won the regional title with a 9-1 mark and finished 12-2 overall. Both teams take part in the DODDS Europe Division I tournament in Mannheim.Mannheim 55, Wiesbaden 53(Friday at Mannheim)Wiesbaden....... 14 12 16 11-53Mannheim ....... 14 8 18 15-55Top scorers – Mannheim: CJ Baisden 19, LaJuarren Burks 16, Adam Cornelius 9; Wiesbaden: Victor Strange 11, Roscoe Johnson 6, Daniel Harris 6. Noteworthy – Sam Rosario had 11 rebounds and eight assists for Mannheim, which improved to 5-5 in Region II and 5-10 overall. Strange had 11 rebounds for Wiesbaden, 4-5 and 8-5.JV — Mannheim 37, Wiesbaden 24
Region IIIHohenfels 53, Bamberg 42(Saturday at Bamberg)Hohenfels....... 13 11 10 19_53Bamberg....... 9 7 13 13_42Top scorers - Hohenfels: Jamie Tompkins 24, J.J. Calhoun 12, Chris Sanchez 8; Bamberg: Brian Hargraves 11, Quadel Webb 10, T.J. Cartwright 6, Brandon Wright 6. Noteworthy - Tompkins added five rebounds and five assists for Hohenfels, with Sanchez and Leon Atkins grabbing six rebounds. Cartwwright had seven rebounds and Dillon Luedtke six for Bamberg. Hohenfels improved to 7-5 in Region III and 9-5 overall with the weekend sweep. Bamberg fell to 8-4 and 10-4. Both teams take part in the DODDS Europe Division II championships next week in Mannheim.JV - Bamberg 32, Hohenfels 15.Hohenfels 53, Bamberg 44(Friday at Hohenfels)Bamberg ....... 12 3 12 17-44Hohenfels ....... 10 11 14 18-53Top scorers — Bamberg: Brian Hargraves 15, Tyler Lewis 10, Javonte Knuckles 8; Hohenfels: Tompkins 16, Damien Babington 10, Sanchez 10. Noteworthy — Hargrove had eight rebounds to pace Bamberg. Babington had 11 and Sanchez seven to lead Hohenfels. Tompkins had five assists for Hohenfels and Lewis had four for Bamberg.Vilseck 51, Black Forest Academy 50(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Vilseck....... 9 11 12 19-51BFA....... 14 15 10 11-50Top scorers – Vilseck: Daniel Arroyo 19, Calvin Hickman 12, Collins Ramer 6; BFA: Josiah Kelley 15, Andrew Lindberg 11, Anthony Purpero 10. Noteworthy – Calvin Hickman had nine rebounds and Kalyn Smithson seven to lead Vilseck, which improved to 3-9 in Region III and 3-11 overall. Lindberg and Travis Olson had five rebounds each for BFA, which fell to 3-9 and 4-9. BFA takes part in the DODDS Europe Division III championships and Vilseck enters the Division I tournament – both are in Mannheim.JV — Vilseck 52, BFA 32Vilseck 43, Black Forest Academy 40(Friday in Kandern, Germany)Vilseck ....... 12 10 6 15-43BFA ....... 10 12 7 11-40Top scorers — Vilseck: Smithson 10, Arroyo 10, Hickman 7; BFA: Kelley 24, Purpero 7, Joseph Leavitt 5. Noteworthy — Kelley had eight rebounds and Purpero four steals and five assists for BFA. Hickman had nine rebounds for Vilseck.JV — Vilseck 51, BFA 24
GirlsNon-regionalAFNORTH 28, Bitburg 20(Saturday at Bitburg)AFNORTH ....... 0 5 12 11_28Bitburg ....... 0 2 8 10_20Top scorers – AFNORTH: Brenda Broadwater 11, Mercedes Ash 8; Bitburg: Brianna Lackey 6, Melissa Menschel 6. Noteworthy - AFNORTH improved to 10-4 overall. Bitburg fell to 2-12.Alconbury 19, Lakenheath JV 14(Friday at Lakenheath)Alconbury ....... 8 2 5 4-19Lakenheath JV ....... 2 4 4 4-14Top scorers — Alconbury: Savanna Fourhman 13; Lakenheath JV: Kristen Reed 10. Noteworthy — Victory was first of season for Alconbury, which next plays in European D-III tournament Wednesday-Saturday in Mannheim. Lakenheath’s varsity is scheduled to host TASIS-England on Tuesday before moving on to European D-I tourney Wednesday-Saturday in Mannheim.
Region IIKaiserslautern 54, Ramstein 44(Friday at Kaiserslautern)Ramstein ....... 7 11 15 11—44Kaiserslautern ....... 13 11 12 18—54Top scorers — Ramstein: Alexis Tremble 18, Sarah Szybist 9, Allison Shelton 6, MacKenzie Crews 6; Kaiserslautern: Medina Gregory 22, Cariema Wood 16, Jada Perry 13. Noteworthy — According to Kaiserslautern coach Corey Sullivan, All-European Wood, who made 2 steals, posted double-double with 10 rebounds to help K-town finish regular season 11-3 overall and 7-3 in Region II. Karah Helm snared 5 rebounds for K-town, which got 4 steals from Gregory. Ramstein ended regular season 8-6, 8-3. Both teams next play European D-I tournament Wednesday-Saturday at Mannheim.JV — Ramstein 28, Kaiserslautern 15