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SoccerBoysRegion IAFNORTH 0, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Saves — AFNORTH unavailable; Menwith Hill (Kyle Hermsen) 2. Noteworthy — AFNORTH, ticketed for this week’s European D-II tournament, finished regular season 0-6-1 overall and 0-5-1 in region. Menwith Hill (1-4-1, 1-3-1) is to play in the D-III tournament.

ISB 2, SHAPE 0(Saturday at International School of Brussels)Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Alessandro Pryce, Sean Crowley. Assists — Casper De Bok, Louis Dumortier. Saves — SHAPE (Unavailable) 5; ISB (Unavailable) 2. Noteworthy — Both teams to play in European D-I tournament, Defending D-I champ SHAPE fell to 3-2-1 overall and 3-2 in region. ISB improved to 5-0, 4-0.

Lakenheath 1, Alconbury 0(Saturday at Alconbury)Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Jordi Davis. Assist — None. Saves — Lakenheath (Josh Dinsmore) 4; Alconbury (Gabe Sirwinski) 12. Noteworthy — Lakenheath is to take a 5-2 overall and 3-1 Region I record into this week’s European D-I tourney. Alconbury (5-2-1, 5-2) is to play in the European D-III.

Region IIRamstein 4, Kaiserslautern 0(Saturday at Ramstein)Goals — Jonathan McLouth 2, Jake Mattison, Christian Turain. Assists — Drew Guffey, Brandon Unpingco. Saves — Kaiserslautern (Mitchell Lorish) 4; Ramstein (Kyle Borda) 8. Noteworthy — Ramstein coach Dan Nukala credited his defenders Christian Arroyo and Dennis Dooley as being instrumental in the shutout. He also praised K-town’s defense, which pressured his team throughout. Nukala reported that Region II champ Ramstein (5-0-2 overall and 4-0-1) is to be top-seeded at this week’s D-I tournament. K-town, also headed for the European D-I event finished 2-4-1, 2-2-1.

Wiesbaden 2, Bitburg 1(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — Bitburg: Kyle Edgar; Wiesbaden: John Arnold, Michael Lipowicz. Assists — Bitburg: Liam Cook; Wiesbaden: Arnold, Alex Hernandez. Saves — Bitburg (Paul Alix) 9; Wiesbaden (Daniel Hirschel-Weber) 12. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden, bound for this week’s D-I tournament finished regular season 4-1-2 overall. Bitburg goes into D-II event 2-6 overall.

Region IIIBFA 1, Heidelberg 0(Saturday at Heidelberg)Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Austin Troxel. Assist — Michael Peters. Saves — Black Forest Academy (David Carlson) 3; Heidelberg (Zach Harrington) 9. Noteworthy — Heidelberg will take a 4-3 overall and 3-3 regional mark into European D-I tourney. BFA, bound for the European D-II event, improved to 4-1-2, 3-1-2.

Patch 2, Vilseck 1(Friday at Stuttgart)Halftime — Patch 2, Vilseck 1. Goals — Vilseck: Sage Thornbrugh; Patch: Jacob Camacho 2. Assists — Vilseck: None reported; Patch: Myles Newhouse. Saves — Vilseck (Jesse Partee) 7; Patch unavailable. Noteworthy — Patch advances to European Division I tournament as regional champs. Vilseck, also ticketed for European D-I tourney, completed its regular-season schedule 2-4 overall and in region. JV — Patch 4, Vilseck 0

Bamberg 5, Hohenfels 2(Friday at Hohenfels)Halftime — Bamberg 4, Hohenfels 1. Goals — Bamberg: I.Q. Sandod 4, Tyler Lewis; Hohenfels: J.J. Calhoun, Patrick Junior. Assists — Bamberg: Lewis 2, Ashton Buchanan; Hohenfels: Devon Fluker, Charles Boateng. Saves — Bamberg (Roberto Bachelor) 11; Hohenfels (Andy Mulvihill) 3. Noteworthy — Bamberg completed regular season 5-2 overall and 4-2 in region; Hohenfels finished 3-4, 3-3. Both reams advance to European D-II tournament. JV — Hohenfels 2, Bamberg 1

Region IVVicenza 9, Aviano 0(Saturday at Vicenza)Halftime — 8-0. Goals — Alex Guerra 3, Jesse Hanes 3, Arey Marsee, Ronaldo Reyter, Mackenzie Roche. Assists — Taylor Curry 2, Michael DeOliveira 2, Guerra, Roche. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Both teams will play in European D-II tourney. Vicenza finished regular season 3-3-1; Aviano 1-6. Game was ended by courtesy rule five minutes into second half, according to Vicenza coach Roland Sturk.

Marymount 2, Sigonella 0(Saturday at Marymount International School of Rome)Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Rafaelle Bevilacqua, Riccardo Salini. Assist — Roberto Dentice. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Marymount (4-3) is ticketed for this week’s D-II tournament; Sigonella, also 4-3, is to play in the D-III event.

Naples 3, AOSR 1(Saturday at Naples)Halftime — 0-0. Goals — American Overseas School of Rome unavailable; Naples — Nigel Alexander, Jasper Bergwerff, Regan Campbell. Assists — AOSR unavailable; Naples: Alexander 2. Saves — AOSR unavailable; Naples (John Korffel) 8. Noteworthy — Loss was first of season for 2011 Region IV and 2010 European D-II champ AOSR (6-1). Naples improved to 5-1-1. Both teams are to play in this week’s European D-II event.

Girls Region IAFNORTH 2, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Kaley Harless, Emily Jensen. Assist — Erin Rivers. Saves — AFNORTH (Katrina Harnett 13, Victoria White 1) 14; Menwith Hill (Keilah Hedrick) 6. Noteworthy — AFNORTH, ticketed for this week’s European D-II tournament, finished regular season 5-2 overall and 5-1 in region. Menwith Hill (3-3, 2-3) is to play in the European D-III tournament.

Lakenheath 7, Alconbury 0(Saturday at Alconbury)Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Melissa Enriquez 3, Jazmyn Beauchan, Rachel Cranney, Rose Liston, Elisabeth Marquardt. Asssist — Cranney, Liston, Marquardt, Chloe Cox-Carter. Saves — Lakenheath (Chelsea Howard) 3; Alconbury (Alex Scherenco 15, Nicole Pisierra 4) 19. Noteworthy — Alconbury (1-7 overall, 0-7 in region) is bound for European D-III tourney this week; Lakenheath (2-5 overall) will play in the D-I event.

ISB 1, SHAPE 1(Saturday at International School of Brussels)Halftime - 1-1. Goals — SHAPE: Jennifer Dargie; International School of Brussels: Maike Schwarz. Assists — SHAPE: None; ISB: Gabriela Markusdottir. Saves — SHAPE (Meghan Fleet) 10; ISB (Emily Wood 5, Monica Rangel 2) 7. Noteworthy — SHAPE claimed region I crown at 4-1-1 overall and 4-0-1 in region. ISB finished regular season 3-2-1 overall and 3-1-1 in region. Both are to play in European D-I tournament.

Region IIRamstein 6, Kaiserslautern 1(Saturday at Ramstein)Halftime — Ramstein 1, Kaiserslautern 0. Goals — Kaiserslautern: Emily Crawford; Ramstein: Josie Seebeck 2, Laura Welch 2, Audra George, Journey Legg. Assists — Kaiserslautern none; Ramstein: Seebeck 3, Welch 2. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Ramstein finished regular season 7-0 overall, 5-0 in region; K-town is 5-2, 4-1. Both are to play in European D-I tourney. JV — Ramstein 1, Kaiserslautern 0

Wiesbaden 2, Bitburg 1(Saturday at Bitburg)Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Wiesbaden: Celina Ponte, Emily Dill; Bitburg: Haley Shepard. Assist — Wiesbaden: Gabby Meija. Saves — Wiesbaden (Samantha Ryan) 4; Bitburg (Laura Alix) 12. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden is 4-3 overall and 3-2 in region and is to play in European D-I event. Bitburg, ticketed for the D-II tourney, is 2-5-1, 1-3-1. JV — None reported

Region IIIHeidelberg 2, BFA 1(Saturday at Heidelberg)Halftime — Heidelberg 1, Black Forest Academy 0. Goals — BFA: Jo Jo Brauer; Heidelberg: Layna Lowe 2. Assists — BFA none; Heidelberg: Melissa Fry. Saves — BFA (Sarah Mindek) 19; Heidelberg (Christina Muehlbauer 1, Izzy Boehm 1) 2. Noteworthy — Victory forged a three-way tie for first in Region III, but at presstime, Heidelberg (6-1 overall, 5-1 in region) appeared to hold the goals-differential advantage over Patch and Vilseck, each also 5-1 in region. Heidelberg coach Jim McCauley singled out center fullback Ashley Ross for solid play.

Patch 2, Vilseck 0(Friday at Stuttgart)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Lauren Rittenhouse, Kaileen Pritchard. Assists — Emma Murray 2. Saves — Vilseck (Theresa Trevino) 14; Patch unavailable. Noteworthy — Patch finished regular season 6-1 overall, 5-1 in region; Vilseck 5-2, 5-1

Hohenfels 1, Bamberg 1(Friday at Hohenfels)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — Bamberg: Elif Demircan; Hohenfels: Ariel Cassidy. Assists — None reported. Saves — Bamberg (Dallas Wisniewska 5, Hanna Fellinger 5) 10; Hohenfels (Franziska Fenslage) 3. Noteworthy — Both teams completed regular season 1-5-1 overall and 1-4-1 in region and advance to European Division II tournament.

Region IVAviano 1, Vicenza 1(Saturday at Vicenza)Halftime — Vicenza 1, Aviano 0. Goals — Aviano: Cheryl Craver; Vicenza: Natalie Lovelace. Assists — Aviano: Mckenzie Roers; Vicenza: Alexandra Frank. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Aviano completed regular season 4-1-2 in second place in the regional standings. Vicenza finished 3-1-3. Both teams will play in the European Division II tournament.

Naples 6, AOSR 1(Saturday at Naples)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — American Overseas School of Rome unavailable; Naples: Alexandra Mack 3, Sofia Cianciaruso, Isabella Lucy, Katy Waller. Assists — None reported. Saves — AOSR unavailable; Naples (Emily Cannon, Sydnye Harris) 9. Noteworthy — Naples coach Melinda Durham praised defensive play of Ashley Willey. Both teams to play in European D-II tourney. Naples finished regular season 6-0-1; AOSR is 3-3-1.

Marymount 2, Sigonella 0(Saturday at Marymount International School of Rome)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Greta Bassoli, Lavinia Salini. Assists — None. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Marymount (3-4) is to play in this week’s European D-II event; Sigonella (1-6) is to enter the D-III tourney.

BaseballFriday’s resultsEast RegionBamberg 8, Ansbach 3Ansbach 12, Bamberg 9West RegionBitburg 2, Lakenheath 1Bitburg 10, Lakenheath 1AFNORTH 7, Alconbury 2AFNORTH 11, Alconbury 9Saturday’s resultsEast RegionPatch 14, Vilseck 7Patch 15, Vilseck 8West RegionSHAPE 8, Alconbury 5SHAPE 11, Alconbury 2

SoftballFriday’s resultsWest RegionLakenheath 12, Bitburg 7Lakenheath 18, Bitburg 3Ramstein 25, Baumholder 0Ramstein 16, Baumholder 0Saturday’s resultsEast RegionVilseck 8, Patch 5Patch 8, Vilseck 6Wiesbaden 16, Heidelberg 4Wiesbaden 11, Heidelberg 1West RegionBaumholder 20, Lakenheath 12Lakenheath 15, Baumholder 7AFNORTH 11, Alconbury 4AFNORTH 16, Alconbury 2

Track and field(All race distances in meters)Saturday at Lakenheath

BoysRamstein 217, Lakenheath 168, Alconbury 58, Menwith Hill 46100 meters— 1, Julio Martinez (Rams) 11.57; 2, Lawrence Alston (MH) 11.69; 3, Nicholas Ruiz (Lake) 11.97200— 1, Alston, 24.85; 2, Stevie Stephens (Lake) 25.05; 3, Jay Oh (Rams) 25.25400— 1, Joseph Cedarstaff (Lake) 52.94; 2, Virgil Sneed (Rams) 54.44; 3, Kyle Grantham (Rams) 55.94800— 1, Brian Raab (Alc) 2:11.59; 2, Simeon Busano (MH) 2:14.91; 3, Sneed, 2:17.971,500— 1, Jack Scranton (Rams) 4:19.90; 2, Andy Cummin (Rams) 4:37.60; 3, Brandon Stangl (Rams) 4:49.503,000— 1, Cummin, 10:38.73; 2, Michael Bowman (Rams) 10:40.81; 3, Busano, 11:06.39110 high hurdles— 1, Patrick Misnick (Lake) 16.08; 2, Keenan Couture (Lake) 16.88; 3, Michael Johnson (Rams) 17.28300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Misnick, 44.94; 2, M. Johnson, 46.35; 3, Justin Dickey (Rams) 47.19High jump— 1, Sneed, 5 feet, 10 inches; 2, (tie) Dakota Brown (Alc) and Trevon Williams (Rams) 5-4Long jump— 1, Alston, 19-10; 2, Martinez, 18-10; 3, Albert Jones (Lake) 18-6Triple jump— 1, Alb. Jones, 38-2; 2, Xavier Adams (Rams) 36-9; 3, Xavier Thompson (Lake) 35-10Shot put— 1, Alleric Jones (Lake) 39-4; 2, Thompson, 33-0.5; 3, Brandon Pavloski (Lake) 30-10Discus— 1, Thompson, 120-1; 2, Chace Smith (Lake) 116-3.75; 3, All. Jones, 99-34x100 relay— 1, Ramstein, 48.02; 2., Alconbury, 49.404x400 relay— 1, Ramstein (J. Oh, Tyree Hunter, M. Johnson, Sneed) 3:48.47; 2, Lakenheath, 4:01.88; 3, Alconbury, 4:04.104x800 relay— 1, Ramstein (Mark Davis, Stangl, Bowman, Scranton) 9:25.10; 2, Alconbury, 9:54.10; 3, Lakenheathm, 9:56.601,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Alconbury (Jonathan Lee, Keith Marasigan, Raab, Patrick Short) 3:59.80; 2, Ramstein, 4:08.48; 3, Lakenheath, 4:16.81GirlsRamstein 228, Lakenheath 205, Alconbury 21100 meters— 1, Jasmin Walker (Lake) 12.23; 2, Kristiana Jones (Rams) 13.28; 3, Shaionica Speight (Lake) 13.29200— 1, Dorothy Toots (Lake) 29.41; 2, Xantavia Wain (Rams) 30.06; 3, Tyiler Hargrove (Rams) 30.44400— 1, Walker, 61.16; 2, Alexis Robinson (Lake) 71.31; 3, Morgan Quinn (Rams) 72.20800— 1, Jessica Kafer (Rams) 2:30.28; 2, Anna Priddy (Rams) 2:30.57; 3, Djenne Jenkins (Lake) 2:53.351,500— 1, Kafer, 5:17.10; 2, Priddy, 5:20.50; 3, Jordan Thompson (Rams) 5:29.303,000— 1, Thompson, 12:05.22; 2, Kaitlyn Coogan (Lake) 12:05.27; 3, Priddy, 12:05.91100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Darian Crowley (Lake) 19.71; 2, Tyeisha Bratcher (Lake) 19.84; 3, Melissa Wynn (Lake) 19.85300 low hurdles— 1, Sydney Harrison (Rams) 55.03; 2, Wynn, 55.12; 3, Krystal Bowen (Rams) 55.29High jump— 1, Tara Lookabaugh (Rams) 5 feet, 2 inches; 2, Bowen, 4-4; 3, NoneLong jump— 1, Toots, 14-1; 2, Hargrove, 12-9; 3, Robinson, 11-10Triple jump— 1, Walker, 35-10; 2, Speight, 30-7; 3, Giuliana Gillespie (Rams) 27-1Shot put— 1, Deja Chappell (Rams) 31-0;2, Walker, 30-0; 3, Natashia Myree (Lake) 25-2.5Discus— 1, Myree, 75-11.25; 2, Chappell, 71-3; 3, Gillespie, 61-54x100 relay— 1, Ramstein (Samantha Carbon, Wain, Hargrove, Jones) 53.81; 2, Lakenheath, 53.97; 3, None4x400 relay— 1, Lakenheath (Kristen Reed, Robinson, Unavailable, Wynn) 4:50.56; 2, Alconbury, 5:08.69; 3, Ramstein, 5:14.324x800 relay— 1, Ramstein (Kafer, Melissa Toddman, J. Thompson, Quinn) 10:46.80; 2, Alconbury, 12:12.70; 3, Lakenheath, 12:32.501,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Lakenheath (Alexis Castellanos, D. Crowley, Speight, Marissa Parminter) 5:09.94; 2, Ramstein, 5:15.18; 3, NoneSaturday at AnsbachBoysVilseck 223, Munich International School 108, Wiesbaden 90, Hohenfels 30, Ansbach and Bamberg, 18 each100 meters— 1, Darius Whitehead (Vils) 11.28; 2, Shawn Peebles (Vils) 11.43; 3, Nicholas Colbert (Wies) 11.54200— 1, Whitehead, 23.17; 2, Eddie Stokes (Vils) 23.19; 3, Peebles, 24.33400— 1, David Lance (Vils) 53.00; 2, Myles Hall (Vils) 54.27; 3, Moritz Van Der Heyden (MIS) 55.66 800— 1, Khayree Files (Bamb) 2:06.18; 2, Daniel Gaston (Wies) 2:13.57; 3, Sebastian Blake (MIS) 2:14.321,500— 1, Blake, 4:20.52; 2, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 4:27.70; 3, Alexander Denikiewicz (MIS) 4:42.453,000— 1, Kennedy, 10:08.07; 2, Ben Nelson (Vils) 10:29.18; 3, Michael Nelson (Vils) 10:50.85110 high hurdles— 1, Felix Moten (MIS) 16.57; 2, Renanzo Williams (Vils) 17.14; 3, Demar Flake (Ansb) 17.67 300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Moten, 43.46; 2, Flake, 43.84; 3, Robert Oller (Vils) 45.28 High jump— 1, Dane Gray (Vils) 6 feet, 4 inches; 2, Anthony Cortright (Bamb) 5-8; 3, James Suemenoglu (Vils) 5-6 Long jump— 1, Gray, 19-6; 2, J. Suemenoglu, 17-11.5; 3, Moten, 17-8Triple jump— 1, Antonio Trawick (Wies) 40-10; 2, Gray, 40-2; 3, Tevin Teal (Wies) 38-0.5Shot put— 1, Kenyatta Hill (Wies) 41-5.25; 2, Cosma Mavrodineanu (MIS) 37-10; 3, Armando Saldana (Vils) 37-2 Discus— 1, Hill, 121-11.5; 2, Mavrodineanu, 118-10; 3, Julian Byles (Hoh) 110-0.5 4x100 relay— 1, Vilseck (Peebles, Daniel Arroyo, Whitehead, Stokes) 44.05; 2, Hohenfels, 45.29; 3, Wiesbaden, 45.664x400 relay— 1, MIS (Samuel Leadley, Denikiewicz, Blake, Timothy Bradshaw) 4:06.83; 2, Vilseck, 4:19.61; 3, None4x800 relay— 1, Vilseck (B. Nelson, Arroyo, Lance, Kennedy) 8:44.68; 2, Wiesbaden, 9:12.03; 3, Vilseck B 10:12.791,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Vilseck (Peebles, Lance, Whitehead, Stokes) 3:47.10; 2, Hohenfels, 3:52.77; 3, NoneGirlsMunich International School 125, Wiesbaden 105, Vilseck 98, Ansbach 53, Hohenfels 37, Bamberg 16100 meters— 1, Kelley Colbert (Wies) 12.66; 2, Diamond Green (Wies) 13.64; 3, Indya Etheredge (Wies) 13.70200— 1, Mary Dwigans (MIS) 29.46; 2, Jewel Beji (Hoh) 29.47; 3, Charlotte Phillips (MIS) 30.23400— 1, Karin Bauer (MIS) 67.46; 2, Rashonda Adams (Vils) 70.15; 3, Dushana Suemenoglu (Vils) 70.83800— 1, Amanda Elliot (Hoh) 2:39.93; 2, Ania Denikiewicz (MIS) 2:48.93; 3, Bauer, 2:55.581,500— 1, Denikiewicz, 5:12.97; 2, Kiley Schreurs (Ansb) 5:16.01; 3, Aurora Alejos (Ansb) 5:18.523,000— 1, Elliot, 12:10.19; 2, None; 3, None100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Taylie Sargent (MIS) 18.12; 2, Jennifer Strosnider (Ansb) 18.49; 3, Soliel Vaughn (Ansb) 19.54 300 low hurdles— 1, Sargent, 53.36; 2, Strosnider, 54.96; 3, Anna Tarcza (Wies) 58.63 High jump— 1, Alejos, 4 feet, 8 inches; 2, Brianna Johnson (Bamb) 4-6; 3, (tie) Phillips and Gabriella Lawrence (Wies) 4-2 Long jump— 1, K. Colbert, 15-7.75; 2, Sargent, 15-6.75; 3, Jamila Harvey (Vils) 14-4.5Triple jump— 1, Harvey, 29-9; 2, Sargent, 28-2; 3, Tahtianna Williams (Vils) 28-1Shot put— 1, Daija Barnett (Wies) 31-2; 2, Alexcia Hodge (Wies) 29-8.5; 3, Kaitlyn Velsvaag (Wies) 25.9.5Discus— 1, Mariah Morris (Vils) 89-4.5; 2, Dominique Baldwin (Wies) 77-1; 3, Ticie Woulard (Vils) 76-7 4x100 relay— 1, Wiesbaden (Baldwin, K. Colbert, Etheredge, Green) 53.76; 2, Vilseck, 54.89; 3, Vilseck B, 62.384x400 relay— 1, MIS (Denikiewicz, Bauer, Johanna Klatten, Nadia Traube) 4:55.86; 2, Vilseck, 5:19.60; 3, None4x800 relay— 1, Vilseck (Jalyssa Flores, Alexa Butler, Anna Muzzy, Payton Bodecker) 11:07.47; 2, Wiesbaden, 12:16.46; 3, Vilseck B, 15:56.621,600 sprint medley relay— None reported

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