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BasketballBoysNon-regional Kaiserslautern 57, Hohenfels 44Saturday at KaiserslauternHohenfels ....... 11 16 11 6—44Kaiserslautern ....... 13 18 11 15—57Scoring — Hohenfels: Davis 14, Fluker 10, Dongus 8, Pinckney 7, Mark Carr 3, Daniel Harris 2; Kaiserslautern: Scarvers 18, Joseph 16, Stein 9, Bradley 5, Whitfield 4, Chastain 2, Hendrix 2, Castille 1. Noteworthy — Kaiserslautern (4-1) next travels to Ramstein on Tuesday for a Region II showdown. Hohenfels (0-5) is next scheduled to play a Region III game at Bamberg on Friday. JV — Hohenfels 30, Kaiserslautern 24

Bitburg 58, SHAPE 52Friday at Mons, BelgiumBitburg ....... 12 14 18 14—58SHAPE ....... 14 10 14 14—52Scoring — Bitburg: C.J. Evans 13, Rashawn Wimberly 11, Christian Eidenshank 7, Edwin Santos 7; SHAPE: Alizi Douglas 19, Conner Manning 11, Ryan Howard 9. Noteworthy — Howard led all rebounders with 12; Douglas was next with 11. Wimberly pulled down 5 rebounds to lead Bitburg. JV — Bitburg 41, SHAPE 16

SHAPE 54, Bitburg 48Saturday at Mons, BelgiumBitburg ....... 14 10 16 8—48SHAPE ....... 14 14 6 20—54Scoring — Bitburg: Dante Shanks 12, Evans 11, Wimberly 8; SHAPE: Douglas 15, P.J. Nieves 13, Manning 8, Howard 8. Noteworthy — Douglas posted his second straight double-double by snaring 10 rebounds; his teammate Howard added 8. Daren Aiken led Bitburg with 7 rebounds. SHAPE (1-5) next plays Jan. 20 at international School of Brussels. Bitburg (1-3) next travels to Wiesbaden on Friday. JV — Bitburg 29, SHAPE 11

Wiesbaden 62, Bamberg 53Saturday at WiesbadenBamberg ....... 12 14 12 15—53Wiesbaden ....... 13 22 17 10—62Scoring — Bamberg: Anthony Cortright 19, Andray Gibson 9, Terry Williams 9; Wiesbaden: Roscoe Johnson 24, Kelsey Thomas 22, Andrew Murray 12. Noteworthy — Bamberg (2-3), which next is to host Hohenfels on Friday in a Region III game, got 7 rebounds from Cortright and 4 rebounds each from Williams and Gibson. Williams also posted 4 assists. Wiesbaden (2-2) got 8 and 5 rebounds, respectively, from Murray and Gary Miskovsky, 5 assists from Johnson and 4 steals from Thomas. Next up for the Warriors is a home game Friday against Region II foe Bitburg. JV — Wiesbaden 37, Bamberg 35

AFNORTH 62, Baumholder 46Friday at BaumholderAFNORTH ....... 13 17 15 17—62Baumholder ....... 8 11 21 6—46Scoring — AFNORTH: Nuri Karaca 20, J.D. Pollock 13, Oguzhan Yabici 11, Westin McKinney 7, Brock Holman 3; Baumholder: Tahrell Harris 14, William Wilson 11, Breon Herbert 8, Ben McDaniels 6, Dimio Harris 4, Eddie Otgonayar 2. Noteworthy — According to Baumholder coach Spencer Bean, Herbert and T. Harris each grabbed 7 rebounds; McDaniels added 5 to the Baumholder rebounding column. AFNORTH was 7-of-10 from the free-throw line as a team; Baumholder went 7-of-12 from the line. JV — Baumholder 29, AFNORTH 18

Baumholder 60, AFNORTH 56Saturday at BaumholderAFNORTH ....... 9 6 17 24—56Baumholder ....... 24 12 15 9—60Scoring — AFNORTH: Holman 17, Pollock 17, Jake Schmidt 9, McKinney 7, Yabici 6; Baumholder: T. Harris 20, William Wilson 15, Herbert 12, McDaniels 8, D. Harris 4, Hayford Owusu 2. Noteworthy — T. Harris pulled off 7 steals and grabbed 6 rebounds to help Baumholder improve to 3-3. Baumholder, which next is to play a Region II game Friday at Black Forest Academy, was 12-of-18 from the line. Wilson led the Bucs with 10 rebounds; McDaniels and Herbert each grabbed 9, and Owusu pulled down 6 rebounds. AFNORTH (4-1) shot 12-of-21 from the line. The Lions next are to host Menwith Hill on Friday. JV — AFNORTH 35, Baumholder 31

GirlsNon-regional Kaiserslautern 42, Hohenfels 21Saturday at KaiserslauternHohenfels ....... 4 9 2 6—21Kaiserslautern ....... 16 15 4 7—42Scoring — Hohenfels: Golson 14, Glenn 6, Savannah Snyder 1; Kaiserslautern: Gregory 14, Perryman 10, Perry 6, Powell 6, Drew 3, Bonilla 2, Gibbons 1. Noteworthy — Powell blocked 5 shots and Gregory pulled off 5 steals for K-town, which got 7 rebounds from Gibbons. Golson and Glenn grabbed 7 and 5 rebounds, respectively, for Hohenfels. K-town is 4-1 heading into Tuesday night’s Region II game against visiting Ramstein. Hohenfels (2-3) is next scheduled to play a Region III home Friday at Bamberg. JV — Kaiserslautern 24, Hohenfels 2

SHAPE 41, Bitburg 31Friday at Mons, BelgiumBitburg ....... 9 5 6 11—31SHAPE ....... 11 14 13 3—41Scoring — Bitburg: Brianna Lackey 12, Melissa Menschel 9, Michelle Morrison 8; SHAPE: Eugenia Rhett 27, Paris Johnson 6. Noteworthy — According to SHAPE coach Sam Ochinang, Rhett, who sank 5 treys, supplemented her scoring with 6 assists, Teresa Muldoon, who chalked up 4 steals and 2 assists, and Johnson led SHAPE’s rebounders with 9 each. Their teammate Liz Burdsen added 7 rebounds. Menschel, who posted 4 steals, led all rebounders with 16; her teammates Lamonica Williams added 9 boards, and Lackey registered 5 rebounds and 6 steals. JV — None reported.

SHAPE 35, Bitburg 20Saturday at Mons, BelgiumBitburg .......7 5 5 3—20SHAPE .......2 7 9 17—35Scoring — Bitburg: Lackey 12, Menschel 4, Morrison 2; SHAPE: Rhett 14, Johnson 6, Muldoon 6. Noteworthy — SHAPE advanced to 6-0 behind 14 rebounds, 7 steals and 6 blocks from Muldoon; 13 rebounds from Burden; 10 rebounds and 5 steals by Johnson, and 8 rebounds and 4 steals by Jamie Gamboa. The Lady Spartans are scheduled to be idle until a Region I date at International School of Brussels on Jan. 20. Bitburg fell to 0-4 despite 10 rebounds and a steal by Williams, 9 rebounds by Morrison and 2 steals by Lackey. The Lady Barons next face a Region II test at Wiesbaden on Friday. JV — None reported.

AFNORTH 51, Baumholder 19Friday at BaumholderAFNORTH ....... 14 12 10 15—51Baumholder ....... 8 2 3 6—19Scoring — AFNORTH: Rylee MicKinney 15, Jasmine Doll 12, Cherry Carnes 11; Baumholder: Dionna Marcus 14, Keylanna Hunter 5. Noteworthy — Marcus led all rebounders with 13; Doll grabbed 12 for AFNORTH. JV — None reported.

AFNORTH 43, Baumholder 29Saturday at BaumholderAFNORTH ....... 11 6 5 21—43Baumholder ....... 7 7 12 3—29Scoring — AFNORTH: Doll 21, Sara Sawyer 12; Baumholder: Marcus 17, Hunter 5, Nate’ Singleton 5. Noteworthy — According to Baumholder coach Carter Hollenbeck, Sawyer and Marcus tied for game rebounding honors with 11 each. AFNORTH will take a 4-1 record into its next game, Friday vs. visiting Menwith Hill. Baumholder (0-6) travels to Black Forest Academy on Friday for its next game. JV — None reported.

ACS-Cobham 43, Lakenheath 30Friday at LakenheathAm. Community Sch.-Cobham .......10 5 16 12—43Lakenheath .......7 15 6 2—30Scoring — ACS-Cobham: Alex Standiford 15, Melissa Zhang 9, Kristen Erikson 8; Lakenheath: Jordan Hodge 15, Kristen Reed 10. Noteworthy — Lakenheath fell to 0-4 despite 14 rebounds from Hodge and 3 assists by Reed. Lady Lancers next play at International School of Brussels on Friday. JV — None reported.

Wiesbaden 35, Bamberg 27Saturday at WiesbadenBamberg .......4 5 6 12—27Wiesbaden .......10 7 4 14—35Scoring — Bamberg: Tiana Bowen 10, Lolene Tomokane 6, Jamliah Lambert 5; Wiesbaden: Phylecia Faublas 10, Michelle Schonberg 7, Meghan Smith 6. Noteworthy — According to Wiesbaden coach Jim Campbell, Smith and the Bamberg duo of Vanessa Sanders and Natesha Godbee all tied for game-rebounding honors with 9 each. Kirsten Velsvaag had 6 rebounds, and Kaitlyn Velsvaag and Schonberg each grabbed 4 for Wiesbaden. Lambert had 8 rebounds for Bamberg (1-4), which got 6 steals from Tomokane and 3 assists each from Bowen and Tomokane. The Lady Barons are next scheduled for a Region III game Friday against visiting Hohenfels. Wiesbaden (3-1) which next is to host Region II opponent Bitburg on Friday, benefited from 3 steals by Fabulas and 3 assists by Smith. JV — Wiesbaden 32, Bamberg 6

Marksmanship Patch 1,354, Baumholder 1,278, Heidelberg 1,202, Alconbury 1,168Saturday at Heidelberg (and Alconbury)Overall - Jennifer Johnson (Patch) 278, Madeline Hershberger (Patch) 272, Ben Ferguson (Patch) 269, Maggie Ehmann (Patch) 269, Sarah Hubert (Alcon) 268, Mercedes Romih (Patch) 266, Veronica Remsik (Patch) 265, Jonas Jackson (Baum) 264, Rachel Holiday (Baum) 259, Sofia McCormick (Baum) 255Prone – Hubert, Bradley Gibbons (Alcon) 96Standing – Ehmann 91Kneeling – Johnson 95

Vilseck 1,345, Bamberg 1,335, Ansbach 1,279, Bamberg 1,103, Vicenza 1,099Saturday at BambergOverall - Randle Meraligh (Vils) 273-x, Lena Waldron (Hoh) 273, Kathleen Waldron (Hoh) 271Prone — Brian Sowders (Ansb) 98Standing — Meraligh 90Kneeling — L.Waldron 95x-won tiebreaker with 8 bull’s-eyes. L. Waldron had 6, according to Bamberg coach Howard Loken.


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