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SoccerBoysNon-regionalBaumholder 7, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Baumholder)Halftime — 6-0. Goals — Pablo Martinez 2, Alexander Shadrin 2, Franck Atangana, Kwadwo Larbi, Skyler Clements. Assists — Martinez, Atangana, Shadrin, Larbi. Saves — Menwith Hill: (Kyle Hermsen) 13; Baumholder (Noel Bongham) 5. Noteworthy — Menwith Hill coach Hank Hurren cited the effort of his defenders Jacob Hurren and Adam Lyons and his keeper, according to Baumholder coach Jeff O’Neil.

Wiesbaden 7, Vilseck 1(Saturday at Vilseck)Halftime — Wiesbaden 4, Vilseck 1. Goals — Wiesbaden: Drew Polson 4, Ryan Fisico, Dennis Ringold, Quinin Torque; Vilseck: Sage Thornbrough. Assists — Wiesbaden: Michael Lipowicz, Jeff Holt; Vilseck: None. Saves — Wiesbaden (Daniel Herschel-Weber) 8; Vilseck (Jesse Partee) 2JV—Wiesbaden 1, Vilseck 0

Region IBrussels 3, AFNORTH 2(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Halftime — AFNORTH 2, Brussels 0. Goals — Brussels: Jamie Hunt, Imran Ahmic, Ryan Bottesini; AFNORTH: Martin Heinrichs, Desmond Elliott. Assists — Brussels: None reported; AFNORTH: Elliott, Tony Norman. Saves — Brussels (Danny Helbling) 10; AFNORTH (Victor Black) 5.ISB 6, Lakenheath 2(Saturday at Brussels)Halftime - International School of Brussels 2, Lakenheath 1. Goals - ISB: Alessandro Pryce 2, Christian Faboorg, Fred Jordan, Toni Lopes, Casper de Bok; Lakenheath: Joseph Sullivan, Archie Robertson. Assists - ISB: Peter Kok 2, de Bok, Eamon Janne; Lakenheath: Patrick Johnson, Jordi Davis. Saves - ISB: Dolev Yosef 2, Tony Holt 5; Lakenheath: Joshua Dinsmore 5, Sean Pontius 3.

Region IIKaiserslautern 7, Mannheim 3(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime — Kaiserslautern 3, Mannheim 2. Goals — Mannheim: Brandon Wylie 3; Kaiserslautern: Dominic Day 5, Pat Burns, Cody Tremaine. Assists — None reported. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Game was season-opener for Kaiserslautern; Mannheim fell to 0-2 overall, 0-1 in region.

Region IIIHeidelberg 2, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Heidelberg)Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Andrew Guelle, Joshua Torres. Assist — Torres. Saves — Ansbach (Mikael Vicente) 21; Heidelberg (Zachary Harrington) 2

Black Forest Academy 3, Hohenfels 1(Saturday at hohenfels)Halftime — BFA 3, Hohenfles 0. Goals — BFA: Andrew Pepe 2, Jonathan Florencia; Hohenfels: Devon Fluker. Assists — BFA: Garrett Prewitt, John Armstrong; Hohenfels: Joey Dominguez. Saves — BFA (David carlson) 5; Hohenfels (Andy Mulvihill) 9. Noteworthy — BFA is 2-0 overall 1-0 in region. Game was first of season for Hohenfels.Bamberg 3, Patch 2(Saturday at Bamberg)Halftime – Patch 2, Bamberg 1. Goals – Bamberg: Juan Palacios, Tyler Lewis, IQ Sandod; Patch: Drew Nixon, Ron Kirkemo. Assists – Bamberg: Tyler Lewis. Saves – Bamberg: Roberto Bachelor 11.

Region IVMilan 7, Aviano 3(Saturday at the American School of Milan)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — Aviano: Robert Dewitt, Jeremy Owens, Andy Kunis; Milan: (First name unavailable) Nocco 2, (First name unavailable) Ramadan 2, (First name unavailable) Miyashita 2, (First name unavailable) Jain. Noteworthy — Milan is 2-0 overall and in region; Aviano 0-2 both ways.

Vicenza 2, Sigonella 0(Saturday at Sigonella)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Jesse Hanes 2. Assist — Ary Narsee. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Both teams are 1-1 overall and in region.

GirlsNon-regionalWiesbaden 5, Vilseck 1(Saturday at Vilseck)Halftime—1-1. Goals — Wiesbaden: Meghan Smith 3, Celina Ponte, Alexis Taylor; Vilseck: Colleen Kiechler. Assists — Wiesbaden: Ponte 2, Gabby Mejia, Andrea Arnold; Vilseck: None. Saves — Wiesbaden (Samantha Ryan) 6; Vilseck (Thea Dunn) 14. Noteworthy — Game was season-opener for both teams.

Menwith Hill 2, Baumholder 0(Saturday at Baumholder)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Alexandra Furrow, Breanna Rogers. Assist — Monique McCreary. Saves — Menwith Hill (Keilah Hedrick) unavailable; Baumholder (Rachel Krahn) 20

Region IISB 5, Lakenheath 0(Saturday at International School of Brussels)Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Maike Schwarz 2, Jennifer Marten 2, Carolina Skoog. Assists — Marten, Joanne Harrower. Saves — Lakenheath (Kelli Fleming) 10; International School of Brussels (Monica Rangel) 1. Noteworthy — Game was season opener for both teams.JV — None reportedAFNORTH 4, Brussels 2(Saturday at Brunssum, Nehterlands)Halftime — AFNORTH 2, Brussels 1. Goals — Brussels: Page Brown, Alexandra McVicker; AFNORTH: Stephanie Seitz 2, Kaley Harless, Erin Rivers. Assists — Brussels: None reported; AFNORTH: Harless 2, Rivers. Saves — Brussels (Jane Rudy) 11; AFNORTH (Courtierya Mullard) 8. Noteworthy — According to AFNORTH coach Christopher Booth, Mullard saved a penalty kick, and his stopper, Cassidy Harless, “provided excellent distribution out of the midfield” in the season opener for both teams.

Region IIKaiserslautern 1, Mannheim 0(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Abi McDonald. Assists — None. Saves — Mannheim (Mykala Paul) 16; Kaiserslautern (Katie Jackson) 5. Noteworthy — According to Kaiserslautern coach Brian Daly, fullbacks Corrine Parkinson and Brianna Riffe led a defense which denied Mannheim a single shot on goal in the second half. K-town is 1-0 overall and in Region II; Mannheim fell to 0-2, 0-1.

Region IIIHeidelberg 9, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Heidelberg)Halftime — 5-0. Goals — Melissa Fry 4, Layna Lowe 2, Asya Tucker 2, Taylor Morgan. Assists — Fry, Tucker, Celina Frye, Maya Lowe. Saves — Ansbach unavailable; Heidelberg (Izzy Boehm, Cristina Muehlbauer) unavailable

Black Forest Academy 4, Hohenfels 0(Saturday at Hohenfels)Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Jenny Ellis 2, Stephanie Friehe, Hannah Russell. Assist — Friehe. Saves — BFA (Sarah Mindek) 5; Hohenfels (Franziska Fenslage) 11. Noteworthy — BFA is 2-0 overall, 1-0 in region. Game was season-opener for Hohenfels.JV—BFA 3, Hohenfels 0Patch 10, Bamberg 0(Saturday at Bamberg)Halftime – 8-0. Goals - Ali Stenzel 2, Elysia Verenes 2, Samantha Barglof, Amber Garcia, Alexis Harrison, Carissa Carlson, Bianca DeAngelis. Assists - Barglof, Caroline Rivera 2, Haley Farugui, Aly Richards, Kaileen Pritchard, Lauren Rittenhouse. Saves – Patch: Ellie Welton 1, Makaela Razo 2; Bamberg: Ola Wisniewska 13.

Region IVAviano 1, Milan 1(Saturday at American School of Milan)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — Aviano unavailable; Milan: Jessica Spagnoli. Other details unavailable. Noteworthy — Aviano is 1-0-1 overall and in region; Milan is 0-1-1 both ways.

Vicenza 8, Sigonella 0(Saturday at Sigonella)Halftime — 5-0. Goals — Alexandra Frank 4, Tracie Robinson 2, Tatina Miranda, Natalie Lovelace. Assists — Frank 3, Robinson 2, Miranda, Maya Swinehart. Saves — Vicenza unavailable; Sigonella (Deeanna Brown) 9. Noteworthy — Vicenza is 2-0 overall and in region; Sigonella 0-2, 0-2.

BaseballFriday’s resultsKaiserslautern 24, Alconbury 0Kaiserslautern 12, Alconbury 3Saturday’s resultsWiesbaden 10, Bamberg 9Bamberg 15, Wiesbaden 4Kaiserslautern 8, Lakenheath 1Kaiserslautern 5, Lakenheath 1Patch 17, Hohenfels 0Patch 23, Hohenfels 2Heidelberg 13, Ansbach 0Heidelberg 11, Ansbach 5

SoftballFriday’s resultsKaiserslautern 20, Alconbury 2Kaiserslautern 13, Alconbury 0Saturday’s resultsBitburg 17, SHAPE 3Bitburg 16, SHAPE 0Kaiserslautern 25, Lakenheath 5Kaiserslautern 19, Lakenheath 10Patch 18, Hohenfels 0Patch 19, Hohenfels 1Vilseck 15, Mannheim 9Vilseck 19, Mannheim 5Wiesbaden 15, Bamberg 9Bamberg 8, Wiesbaden 6Ansbach 9, Heidelberg 5Heidelberg 10, Ansbach 5AFNORTH 16, Baumholder 6AFNORTH 19, Baumholder 12

TrackSaturday at Naples(All race distances in meters)BoysNaples 105, Vicenza 68, Aviano 55, Sigonella 14100 meters— 1, Michael Weston (Vicz) 11.82; 2, Adrian Devizen (Napl) 11.94; 3, Tireh Sanders (Vicz) 12.15200— 1, Daniel Bert (Avi) 23.54; 2, Gary Donald (Vicz) 23.64; 3, Darnell Dothard (Napl) 24.20400— 1, Chris Law (Napl) 60.29; 2, Marcus Grice (Vicz) 63.08; 3, Carl Wilkerson (Vicz) 64.29800— 1, Tyler holderby (Vicz) 2:12.13; 2, Jason Balck (Sig) 2:16.35; 3, Tyler Williams (Napl) 2:24.561,500— 1, Holderby, 4:25.75; 2, Black, 4:26.80; 3, John Fain (Napl) 4:43.893,000— 1, Fain, 9:59.05; 2, Black, 10:14.68; 3, Ian Eversman (Napl) 10:32.66110 high hurdles— 1, Darnell Lewis (Avi) 19.50; 2, Samuel LeVault 09Napl) 19.72; 3, Patrick Robinson (Vicz) 20.25300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Samuel Arreguin (Napl) 45.10; 2, Ryheam Trahan (Napl) 46.01; 3, LeVault, 46.224x100 relay— 1, Aviano (Markis Brown, Bert, Darnell Lewis, Darien Cornett) 46.53; 2, Vicenza, 47.06; 3, Naples, 47.084x400 relay— 1, Naples (Arreguin, LeVault, Trahan, Williams) 3:54.44; 2, Aviano, 3:55.53; 23, Vicenza, 4:09.754x800 relay— 1, Naples (Eversman, Fain, Unavailable, Williams) 9:43.89; 2, Aviano, 11:44.37; 3, None1,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Naples (Arreguin, Devizen, Dothard, Williams) 4:22.96; 2, None; 3, NoneHigh jump— 1, Trahan, 5 feet, 6 inches; 2, Arreguin, 5-4; 3, Bert, 5-2Long jump— 1, Donald, 21-5; 2, Darien Cornett (Avi) 20-5; 3, Johnie Edison (Vicz) 17-10Triple jump— 1, Cornett, 41-10; 2, Grice, 29-8; 3, David Campbell (Napl) 26-9.5Shot put— 1, Brennan Goodnature (Napl) 43-1½; 2, Law, 33-4½; 3, Patrick Plaza (Avi) 29-5Discus— 1, Goodnature, 108-10; 2, Jacob Gonyea (Avi) 99-7; 3, Plaza, 80-9GirlsNaples 101, Aviano 57, Vicenza 55, Sigonella 16100 meters— 1, Jessica Edmondson (Napl) 12.37; 2, Ja’Brea Joiner (Vicz) 13.66; 3, Elexa McCracker (Sig) 14.42200— 1, Edmondson, 26.84; 2, Joiner, 28.51; 3, McCracken 30.02400— 1, Sohni Shaikh (Vicz) 71.55; 2, Ashley Ackett (Avi) 71.69; 3, Ryan Murphy (Napl) 73.23800— 1, Victoria Blake (Avi) 2:50.65; 2, Katie Chartier (Napl) 3:00.17; 3, Kelsey Lynch (Napl) 3:01.231,500— 1, Shelby McHugh (Avi) 5:46.16; 2, Jordan Kim (Napl) 6:21.05; 3, Chartier, 6:22.303,000— 1, Kim, 13:43.51; 2, Melanie Hudson (Avi) 14:03.60; 3, Caitlynn Knapp (Napl) 15:20.69100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Bailey Butler (Vicz) 18.50; 2, Shannon Ellis (Napl) 18.86; 3, Gabriel Moore (Vicz) 21.88300 low hurdles— 1, Ellis, 54.58; 2, McCracken, 54.61; 3, Kierra Mimms (Napl) 58.354x100 relay— 1, Naples (Edmondson, Kelly McKee, Mimms, unavailable) 53.76; 2, Vicenza; 3, None4x400 relay— 1, Aviano (Ackett, Blake, McHugh, Victoria Newbill) 4:50.90; 2, Naples, 5:07.52; 3, None4x800 relay— 1, Aviano (Ackett, Blake, Hudson, McHugh) 11:21.15; 2, Naples, 12:33.62; 3, Vicenza, 15:00.201,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Naples (Sara Canada, Joiner, Shaikh, Anastasia Brown) 5:49.93; 2, None; 3, NoneHigh jump— 1, Kelly McKee (Napl) 4 feet, 8 inches; 2, Mercedes Russell (Vicz) 4-6; 3, Butler, 4-4Long jump— 1, Moore, 12-1; 2, Ackett, 11-5; 3, Olivia Crumpacker (Sig) 10-10Triple jump— 1, McHugh, 28-5.5; 2, None; 3, NoneShot put— 1, Maria Beard (Napl) 28-9.25; 2, Mimms, 27-8; 3, WShanice Alexander, 27-6Discus— 1, Zora Browne (Avi) 79-1; 2, Danielle Ellis (Vicz) 78-10; 3, Mimms, 73-10

Saturday at WiesbadenBoysRamstein 216, Wiesbaden 115, Kaiserslautern 84, Bitburg 48, Mannheim 40, Baumholder 10, Frankfurt International School 7 100 meters— 1, Nicholas Colbert (Wies) 10.93; 2, Xavier Jackson (Rams) 11.31; 3, Bernard Burwell (Kais) 11.32200— 1, Burwell, 23.41; 2, Brian Sealey (Wies) 23.52; 3, Colbert, 23.62 400— 1, Jaap Van Gaalen (Rams) 51.46; 2, Utril Rhaburn (Rams) 54.31; 3, Virgil Sneed (Rams) 54.36800— 1, Spencer Gillespie (Rams) 2:12. 18; 2, Young Min Oh (Rams) 2:13.91; 3, Tyler Tremaine (Kais) 2:18.651,500— 1, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 4:35.61; 2, John Scranton (Rams) 4:35.93; 3, Matthew Finley (Kais) 4:41.27 3,000— 1, Scranton, 9:53.54; 2, Thomas Lambert (Rams) 10:19.08; 3, Adam Cornelius (Mann) 10:41.27110 high hurdles— 1, John Downey (Bitb) 17.69; 2, Kenyatta Hill (Wies) 18.09; 3, Michael Johnson (Rams) 18.41300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Johnson, 43.69; 2, Juan Perry (Kais) 47.00; 3, Reginald Smith (Wies) 47.204x100 relay— 1, Wiesbaden (Antonio Trawick, Colbert, Sealey, Hill) 44.49; 2, Ramstein, 47.29; 3, Kaiserslautern, 47.87 4x400 relay— 1, Ramstein (Gillespie, Rhaburn, Van Gaalen, Sneed) 3:36.91; 2, Wiesbaden, 3:45.92; 3, Mannheim, 3:56.004x800 relay— 1, Ramstein (Gillespie, Rhaburn, Lewenhaupt, Van Gaalen) 8:42.20; 2, Ramstein B, 9:14.56; 3, Ramstein C, 9:16.051,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Ramstein (Ellis, Lewenhaupt, Jared Guerrido, Sneed) 3:59.07; 2, Kaiserslautern, 4:05.35; 3, Wiesbaden, 4:10.71 High jump— 1, Sneed, 5 feet, 8 inches; 2, (tie) Hill and Victor Strange (Wies) 5-4 Long jump— 1, Rhaburn, 19-7.5; 2, Jackson, 19-2.5; 3, Benjamin McDaniels (Baum) 18-3.25Triple jump— 1, Sealey, 39-1.25; 2, Perry, 27-7.5; 3, Tevin Teal (Wies) 37-6Shot put— 1, Darian Billups (Bitb) 46-2; 2, Justin Dickey (Rams) 38-4.5; 3, Joel Wetlesen (Rams) 37-11Discus— 1, Billups, 125-4.5; 2, Sean Knight (Mann) 119-5.5; 3, William Heiges (Wies) 101-9GirlsKaiserslautern 145.5, Ramstein 140, Wiesbaden 86, Mannheim 64, Bitburg 42, Frankfurt International School 41.5100 meters— 1, Kelly Colbert (Wies) 12.90; 2, Grace Gonzalez (Mann) 13.65; 3, infinity Baisden (Mann) 13.75 200— 1, Colbert, 26.94; 2, Gonzalez, 28.53; 3, Alana Dickerson (Kais) 28.91400— 1, Rio Harris (Kais) 62.91; 2, Theresa Rodriguez (Rams) 65.72; 3, Kayley George (FIS) 68.91 800— 1, Rio Harris, 2:32.34; 2, Rodriguez, 2:46.49; 3, Savannah Martin (Rams) 2:55.66 1,500— 1, Jessica Kafer (Rams) 5:06.50; 2, Kaitlyn Miller (Bitb) 5:17.44; 3, Ashley Santos (Kais) 5:34.543,000— 1, Kafer, 11:03.57; 2, Miller, 11:11.57; 3, Natalie Pecoraro (FIS) 11:44.28 100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Ruby Plummer (Kais) 17.91; 2, Brettina Thomas (Bitb) 18.34; 3, Jeana Masters (Rams) 19.99300 low hurdles— 1, Santos, 50.22; 2, Plummer, 52.20; 3, Priya Kannan (FIS) 56.284x100 relay— 1, Mannheim (Baisden, Gonzalez, Jackie Headley, Kadedra Lea) 52.45; 2, Kaiserslautern, 54.25; 3, Wiesbaden, 56.314x400 relay— 1, Kaiserslautern (Rio Harris, Christina Hill, Jennifer Isaacs, Santos) 4:24.21; 2, Mannheim, 4:47.83; 3, Ramstein, 4:52.194x800 relay— 1, Kaiserslautern (Emily Ciocca, Colleen Davis, Rio Harris, Santos) 10:30.08; 2, Ramstein, 10:53.00; 23, FIS, 12:09.941,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Bitburg (Janesha Hoene, Thomas, Michelle Harrison, Brandy Perry) 5:00.75; 2, Ramstein, 5:05.12; 3, Ramstein B, 5:08.20High jump— 1, Tara Lookabaugh (Rams) 5 feet, 4 inches; 2, Colbert, 5-0; 3, gabriella Lawrence (Wies) 4-0Long jump— 1, Kadedra Lea (Mann) 15-0; 2, Dickerson, 14-9.25; 3, Tyiler Hargrove (Rams) 13-7.75 Triple jump— 1, Lea, 34-11; 2, Lookabaugh 33-4.5; 3, Rhea Harris (Kais) 32-4.75Shot put— 1, Nicole Raczkowski (Rams) 32-2; 2, Daija Barnett (Wies) 29-4; 3, Alexcia Hodge (Wies) 28-5 Discus— 1, Raczkowski, 88-3; 2, Dickerson, 75-3.5; 3, Kaitlyn Velsvaag (Wies) 68-6.5

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BasketballU.S. Forces-Europe championshipsSTUTTGART, Germany – Results Saturday at the 2011 U.S. Forces-Europe men’s and women’s community-level basketball championships which end Sunday at the Patch Barracks gym:

WomenSaturday’s summaryStuttgart 38, Heidelberg 35Halftime – Stuttgart 21, Heidelberg 15. Top scorers - Stuttgart: Alnesia Hawes-8, Raina Goodlow 6, Teigess Jones 6, December Bails 6; Heidelberg: Shamia Briscoe-11, Charlisa Deloney-8

Sunday’s gameChampionshipStuttgart vs. Heidelberg, 11:30 a.m. at Patch BarracksSecond game at 2:30 p.m. if necessary

MenSaturday’s resultsDouble-elimination tournament(15-minute halves)Stuttgart 65, Schweinfurt 51Kaiserslautern 45, Wiesbaden 32Stuttgart 78,Ramstein 75, OTKaiserslautern 46, Heidelberg 32Ramstein 72, Wiesbaden 53Schweinfurt 63, Heidelberg 47Schweinfurt 81, Ramstein 76

Semifinal 1Stuttgart 55, Ramstein 47

Sunday’s gamesSemifinal 2Kaiserslautern vs. Schweinfurt, 10 a.m.ChampionshipStuttgart vs. Semifinal 2 winner, 1 p.m.Second game at 3:45 p.m. if necessary

Saturday’s summariesStuttgart 65, Schweinfurt 51Halftime –Stuttgart 30, Schweinfurt 30. Top scorers – Stuttgart: Al Elliot 14 points, Will Webb 11, Clarence Peterson 11; Schweinfurt: Anthony Bynum 20, Troy Salvant 10, Kevin Dillard 9

Kaiserslautern 45, Wiesbaden 32Halftime – Kaiserslautern 22, Wiesbaden 12. Top scorers - Kaiserslautern: Ayo Lawson 19, Sean Clemmons 8, Kenny Stewart 7; Wiesbaden: Trevor Duncan 7, Tommy Collins 7

Stuttgart 78, Ramstein AB 75 OTHalftime – Ramstein 37, Stuttgart 29. Top scorers - Stuttgart: Al Elliot 28, Clarence Petersen 13, Doug Sweetney 12, William Webb 12. Ramstein AB: Cedric Thomas 33, Tony Perez 10. Noteworthy - Elliot scored all of his points after halftime - 25 in regulation and three in OT. Thomas made 10 3-pointers.

Kaiserslautern 46, Heidelberg 32Halftime – Kaiserslautern 17, Heidelberg 10. Top scorers - Kaiserslautern: Kenny Steward 9, Sean Clemmons 8, Morris Porter 7; Heidelberg: George Watlington 13, Tom Blazek 10

Ramstein 72, Wiesbaden 53Halftime – Ramstein 35, Wiesbaden 25. Top scorers - Ramstein: Cedric Thomas 35, Tony Perez 11

Schweinfurt 63, Heidelberg 47Halftime – Heidelberg 38, Schweinfurt 14. Top scorers - Schweinfurt: Troy Salvant 26, Anthony Byrun 21; Heidelberg: Anthony Martin 12, George Watlington 10.

Schweinfurt 81, Ramstein 76Halftime - Ramstein 40, Schweinfurt 36. Top scorers - Schweinfurt: Anthony Bynum 32, Troy Salvant 21, Marcus Craig 12. Ramstein: Cedric Thomas 22, Aeramis Harris 12, Mike Sloan 12. Noteworthy - Anthony Bynum hit three 3-point shots to rally the Magicians and start their comeback in the second half.Semifinal 1Stuttgart 55, Kaiserslautern 47Halftime – Stuttgart 32, Kaiserslautern 21. Top scorers - Clarence Peterson 17, Chris Jackson 9, William Webb 8. Kaiserslautern: Ayo Lawson 18; Phillip Tally 12

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