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Aviano's Shelby McHugh runs the anchor leg Saturday in the girls 4x800 relay at a track meet in Pordenone, Italy between the host Saints, Vicenza and Naples. McHugh won the 800 with a time of 2 minutes 41.3 seconds and won the 1,500 in 5:33.9.
Aviano's Shelby McHugh runs the anchor leg Saturday in the girls 4x800 relay at a track meet in Pordenone, Italy between the host Saints, Vicenza and Naples. McHugh won the 800 with a time of 2 minutes 41.3 seconds and won the 1,500 in 5:33.9. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)
Aviano's Shelby McHugh runs the anchor leg Saturday in the girls 4x800 relay at a track meet in Pordenone, Italy between the host Saints, Vicenza and Naples. McHugh won the 800 with a time of 2 minutes 41.3 seconds and won the 1,500 in 5:33.9.
Aviano's Shelby McHugh runs the anchor leg Saturday in the girls 4x800 relay at a track meet in Pordenone, Italy between the host Saints, Vicenza and Naples. McHugh won the 800 with a time of 2 minutes 41.3 seconds and won the 1,500 in 5:33.9. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)
Naples' Brennan Goodnature, one of the top shot putters and discus throwers this year in DODDS-Europe, won the shot put competition Saturday in a meet in Pordenone, Italy, between Naples, Aviano and Vicenza. Goodnature won the shot with a toss of 46 feet, 41/2 inches and won the discus with a heave of 140-11/2. Both were the best recorded in DODDS-Europe this season.
Naples' Brennan Goodnature, one of the top shot putters and discus throwers this year in DODDS-Europe, won the shot put competition Saturday in a meet in Pordenone, Italy, between Naples, Aviano and Vicenza. Goodnature won the shot with a toss of 46 feet, 41/2 inches and won the discus with a heave of 140-11/2. Both were the best recorded in DODDS-Europe this season. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)
Aviano's Dan Bert beats Vicenza's Tieron Sanders to the finish line in the 4x100 meter relay race, but the Saints were eventually disqualified, giving the Cougars the victory in 46.9 seconds. Bert had won the 100 earlier in a time of 11.1.
Aviano's Dan Bert beats Vicenza's Tieron Sanders to the finish line in the 4x100 meter relay race, but the Saints were eventually disqualified, giving the Cougars the victory in 46.9 seconds. Bert had won the 100 earlier in a time of 11.1. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

All information used to compile high school reports is provided by home-team coaches and staffs at each event.

SoccerBoysNon-regionalHeidelberg 1, Kaiserslautern 0(Saturday at Heidelberg)Goals — Joshua Torres. Assists — None reported. Saves — Kaiserslautern unavailable; Heidelberg (Zach Harrington) 10. Noteworthy — Heidelberg is 4-2 overall; Kaiserslautern 2-3-1.

Region IISB 3, AFNORTH 1(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Details unavailable. Noteworthy — AFNORTH fell to 0-6 overall and 0-5 in region.

Lakenheath 1, SHAPE 0(Saturday at Lakenheath)Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Archie Robertson. Assist — Jordi Davis. Saves — SHAPE (Charles Degand) 6; Lakenheath (Josh Dinsmore) 4. Noteworthy — Loss was first of season for defending European D-I champions, who got an effective game from midfielder Nuno Costa. SHAPE is 3-1-1 overall and 3-1-0 in region; Lakenheath is 4-2, 2-1. JV — SHAPE 3, Lakenheath 1

Alconbury 4, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Jeff Black 2, Tyler Grissett, Peter Rydzynski. Assists — Black, Kerey Kuheana. Saves — Alconbury (Sirwinski) 0; Menwith Hill (Kyle Hermsen) 7. Noteworthy — Alconbury is 5-1-1 overall and 5-1-0 in region. Menwith Hill is 1-4-0, 1-3-0.\

SHAPE 2, Alconbury 1(Friday at Alconbury)Halftime — SHAPE 2 Alconbury 0. Goals — SHAPE: Trent Castro, Alvaro Sanchez; Alconbury: Ernestas Tyminas. Assists — None. Saves — SHAPE (Unavailable); Alconbury (Gabe Sirwinski) 5. JV — None

Region IIWiesbaden 2, Ramstein 2(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — Ramstein: Andrew Fitzpatrick, Jon McClouth; Wiesbaden: Michael Liopwicz, Quintin Torke. Assists — Ramstein: McClouth, Christian Turain; Wiesbaden: None. Saves — Ramstein (Kyle Borda) 17; Wiesbaden (Daniel Hirschel-Weber) 12. Noteworthy — Ramstein is 4-0-2 overall and 3-0-1 In region. Wiesbaden is 3-1-2, 1-1-2.

Region IIIPatch 2, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Ansbach)Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Jacob Camacho, Ansbach own goal. Assist — David Hopkin. Saves — Patch (T.J. Liquori) 3; Ansbach (Mikael Vicente) 15. Noteworthy — Patch improved to 3-1-1 overall and in region. Ansbach is 0-6-1 overall and in region.

BFA 7, Bamberg 0(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Halftime — Unavailable. Goals — Andrew Pepe 2, Austin Troxel, Jonathas Florencio Peter Jo, Troy Prenger. Assists — Florencio, Kenneth Kantande, Michael Peters. Saves — Bamberg unavailable; Black Forest Academy unavailable. Noteworthy — BFA improved to 3-1-2 overall and 2-1-2 in region. Bamberg is 4-2-0, 4-2-0. JV — BFA 1, Bamberg 0 (forfeit)

Region IVAviano 7, ISF 4(Saturday at Aviano)Halftime — Aviano 3, International School of Florence 2. Goals — ISF: Unavailable; Aviano: Josh Stevens 2, Ross Brown, Dom Dawson, Robert Dewitt, Sean Wilson, ISF own goal. Assists — None reported. Saves — ISF unavailable; Aviano (Connor Eubanks) unavailable. Noteworthy — Aviano coach Lou Lucidi reported that Eubanks saved a penalty kick “at a crucial point” in the first half to help Aviano (1-5) to its first victory of the season. ISF fell to 0-6.

AOSR 1, Vicenza 0(Forfeit Saturday at Rome)Noteworthy — Eight of Vicenza’s 14 players were taking college entrance exams and unable to travel, according to coach Roland Sturk. American Overseas School of Rome (6-0), which clinched the Region IV title the previous week by beating Sigonella 3-2, will close its regular season Saturday at Naples, then move on to attempt to defends its European Division II crown May 18-21 in Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. Vicenza (2-3-1) also is ticketed for the European D-II tournament and closes its regular season Saturday against visiting Aviano.

Naples 4, Marymount 1(Saturday at Naples)Halftime — Marymount International School of Rome 1, Naples 0. Goals — Marymount: Ricardo Cerza; Naples: Troy Reeves 2, Nigel Alexander, Hunter Johnson. Assists — Marymount: None reported; Naples: Alexander 3, David Arreguin. Saves — Marymount unavailable; Naples (Nick Hebert) 6. Noteworthy — Naples is 4-1-1, Marymount 3-3.

GirlsNon-regionalHeidelberg 5, Kaiserslautern 1(Friday at Heidelberg)Halftime — Heidelberg 3, Kaiserslautern 1. Goals — Kaiserslautern: Jordan Parker; Heidelberg: Maya Lowe 3, Melissa Fry, Celina Frye. Assists — Kaiserslautern: Christina Beltra; Heidelberg: Anna Miller, Marloew Muehlbauer. Saves — Kaiserslautern (Rachel Hook) 15; Heidelberg (Christina Muehlbauer 1, Izzy Boehm 2) 3. Noteworthy — According to Heidelberg coach Jim McCauley, his defense, led by Kristine Bremer and Ashley Ross and abetted by Kate Frederickson and Reiko Green, allowed few shots on goal. Heidelberg (5-1 overall) also benefited from midfield play of Asya Tucker and Layna Lowe, whose passing set up numerous scoring chances, McCauley reported. Loss was first of season for Kaiserslautern (5-1) and came despite a good game by Allysa Murphy. JV — Heidelberg 3, Kaiserslautern 0

Region IAFNORTH 5, ISB 2(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Halftime — AFNORTH 3, International School of Brussels 2. Goals — ISB: Maggie Dodman, Maike Schwarz; AFNORTH: Kaley Harless 3, Erin Rivers, Stephanie Seitz. Assists—ISB: None; AFNORTH: K. Harless 2, Seitz. Saves — ISB unavailable; AFNORTH (Courtierya Mullard) 12. Noteworthy — According to AFNORTH coach Chris Booth, his defense of Cassidy Harless, Katrina Harnett, Mackenzie Lynch and Victoria Vantine “blunted a relentless and disciplined ISB offensive attack.” AFNORTH, which next is to play Saturday at Menwith Hill, will take a 4-1 regional and 4-2 overall mark into the regular season finale for both teams.

Menwith Hill 6, Alconbury 0(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Alex Furrow 2, Kaia Pierce, Rachael Solini, Breanna Rogers, Brittany Dixon. Assists — Furrow, Rogers, Monique McCreary. Saves — Alconbury (Alex Scherenco) 12; Menwith Hill (Keilah Hedrick) 3. Noteworthy — Menwith Hill is 3-2 overall, 2-2 in region. Alconbury fell to 1-5, 0-5, not counting Friday’s unreported game vs. SHAPE.

SHAPE 4, Lakenheath 1(Saturday at Lakenheath)Details unavailable. Noteworthy - Lakenheath fell to 0-3 in the region, 1-5 overall. SHAPE, which had been scheduled to play Friday at Alconbury in a game not yet reported to Stars and Stripes is 3-1 overall and 3-0 in region, not counting the Alconbury game.

Region IIRamstein 8, Wiesbaden 1(Saturday at Wiesbaden`)Halftime — Ramstein 6, Wiesbaden 0. Goals — Ramstein: Josie Seebeck 2, Audra George 2, Tory Coleman 2, Laura Welch, Sherree Simonson; Wiesbaden: Unavailable. Assists — Ramstein: Seebeck 2, Welch 2, Mimi Rivera; Wiesbaden: None reported. Saves — Unavailable. Noteworthy — Ramstein improved to 6-0 overall, 4-0 in region. Wiesbaden is 3-3, 2-2.

Mannheim 0, Bitburg 0(Saturday at Mannheim)Saves — Bitburg (Laura Alix) 4; Mannheim (Isabella Amos) 5. Noteworthy — Bitburg is 2-4-1 overall, 1-2-1 in region. Mannheim is 1-4-1, 0-3-1.

BFA 5, Bamberg 0(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Kat Zvara 3, Jenny Ellis 2. Assists — Ellis, Zvara, Alesia Foresman. Saves — Bamberg (Hanna Felliinger, Katharyn Bryant) 10; Black Forest Academy unavailable. Noteworthy — According to BFA coach Sam Stemple, seniors Stephanie Friehe and Zvara, marked their final home games with standout performances. Friehe, an All-European, was able to control the middle of the field, Stemple reported in a Saturday evening email, while Zvara posted her first hat trick of the season to lift BFA to 4-2 overall and 3-2 regional record. BFA is to complete its regular season Saturday at Heidelberg before moving on to the European D-II tournament May 18-21 at Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. Bamberg (1-5, 1-5) also is ticketed for the D-II tourney, following its scheduled game Friday at Hohenfels. JV — None

Patch 7, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Ansbach)Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Elysia Verones 3, Carissa Carlson 2, Kaileen Pritchard, Lauren Rittenhouse. Assists — Amber Garcia 2, Carlson, Verones. Saves — Patch (Mikaela Razo) 1; Ansbach (Alyssa Solis 9, Danielle Martin 10) 19. Noteworthy — Defending European D-I champ Patch improved to 5-1 overall and 4-1 in region. Lady Panthers are next scheduled to host Region III leader Vilseck (5-1, 5-0) on Saturday in the regular-season finale for both teams. They’ll then advance to European D-I tournament May 18-21 at Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. Ansbach (1-6, 1-6) completed its regular season. The Lady Cougars are ticketed for the European D-II tourney May 18-21 at Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. JV - None

Region IVAviano 1, ISF 0(Forfeit Saturday at Aviano)Noteworthy — International School of Florence, which couldn’t field a team because of college testing on Saturday, is 3-3 going into its final game of the regular season, Saturday against the visiting American School of Milan. Aviano, which is to close out its regular season Saturday at Vicenza, is 4-1-1.

BaseballSaturday’s resultsEast RegionPatch 21, Bamberg 1Patch 10, Bamberg 8Wiesbaden 9, Vilseck 6Vilseck 14, Wiesbaden 2West RegionKaiserslautern 3, SHAPE 2Kaiserslautern 12, SHAPE 4Ramstein 4, AFNORTH 0Ramstein 14, AFNORTH 2South RegionAviano 4, Vicenza 2Vicenza 9, Aviano 8

SoftballFriday’s resultsEast Region

Heidelberg 8, Mannheim 7(Game 1 Friday at Heidelberg)Mannheim.......010 024—7 6 2Heidelberg.......300 311—8 6 3(None out when winning run scored)W — Aileen Donnelly. L — Lexi Piniero. 2B — Abriana Del Tufo.Heidelberg 11, Mannheim 10(Game 2 Friday at Heidelberg)Heidelberg.......312 05—11 4 1Mannheim.......232 03—10 5 1W — Kayla Weber. L — Piniero. 3B — Brittany Hyde, Asia Buss.

Saturday’s resultsEast RegionVilseck 34, Wiesbaden 8Vilseck 19, Wiesbaden 4West RegionRamstein 5, AFNORTH 3AFNORTH 13, Ramstein 10

Track and Field(All race distances in meters)Saturday at Pordenone, ItalyBoysNaples 64, Vicenza 51, Aviano 384x800 relay – 1.Vicenza (Tyler Holderby, Carl Wilkerson, Jacoby Dooley, T. Cleveland) 9:58.8110 high hurdles – 1. Xavier Clark (Vic) 21.3100 – 1. Dan Bert (Avi) 11.1, 2. Adrian Devezin (Nap) 11.3, 3. Tieron Sanders (Vic) 11.81,500 – 1. John Fain (Nap) 4:27, 2. Dooley 4:57.6, 3. Matt Collins (Nap) 5:31.34x100 relay – 1. Vicenza (Derrick Grice, Marcus Grice, Johnnie Edison, Sanders) 46.9400 – 1. Darien Cornett (Avi) 52.7, 2. Darnell Dothard (Nap) 56.5, 3. Jamal Williams (Nap) 1:01.5300 intermediate hurdles – 1. Ben Holliday (Avi) 44.7, 2.Clark 46.6, 3. John Moulton (Nap) 1:02.6800 – 1. Holderby 2:04.5, 2. Ian Eversman (Nap) 2:08.3, 3. Dooley 2:19.5200 – 1. Devezin 23.3, 2. Sanders 23.6, 3. Edison 24.8Sprint medley relay – 1. Naples (Williams, Dothard, Eversman, Moulton) 4:50.83,000 – 1. Fain 9:48.5, 2. Collins 12:31.3, 3. Patrick Lisko 12:33.24x400 relay – 1. Aviano (Cornett, Bert, Markis Brown, Holliday) 3:48.9, 2. Naples (Devezin, Williams, Eversman, Dothard) 4:14.0High jump – 1. Holderby 4 feet, 6 inchesLong jump – 1. Bert 18-51/2, 2. Wilkerson 16-81/2, 3. Edison 16-63/8Triple jump – 1. Cornett 44-13/4, 2. Williams 34-111/2, 3. D. Grice 32-31/2Shot put – 1. Brennan Goodnature (Nap) 46-41/2, 2. Chris Law (Nap) 35-4, 3. Jacob Gonyea (Avi) 29-81/4Discus – 1. Goodnature 140-11/2, 2. Holliday 96-7, 3. Law 91-3Noteworthy – Goodnature’s shot put and discus efforts were each the best recorded this year in Europe.GirlsNaples 51, Aviano 51, Vicenza 314x800 relay – 1. Aviano (M. Hudson, A. Bryant, Ashley Ackett, Shelby McHugh) 11:13.0, 2. Naples (Kelsey Lynch, C. Knapp, A. Sheline, Katie Chartier) 12:15.3100 hurdles – No entrants100 – 1. Ja’Brea Joiner (Vic) 13.0, 2. Terrika Kelly (Avi) 13.9, 3. Anastacia Brown (Vic) 14.61,500 – 1. McHugh 5:33.9, 2. Melanie Hudson (Avi) 6:06.5, 3. Caitlynn Knapp (Nap) 7:03.94x100 relay – 1. Vicenza (Sara Canada, Joiner, Gabriel Moore,Brown) 55.8, 2. Aviano (Kelly, Zora Brown, V.Newbill, Ackett) 57.2400 – 1. DeLaisha Daniels (Nap) 1:09.4, 2. Ackett 1:19.9, Ryan Murphy (Nap) 1:12.8300 hurdles – 1. Newbill (Avi) 1:07.1800 – 1. McHugh 2:41.3, 2. Chartier 2:44.9, 3. Lynch 2:58.4200 – 1. Joiner 26.9, 2. Newbill 29.7, 3. Xasia Clark (Vic) 30.0Sprint medley relay – 1. Naples (Jamine Fiallos, Carrie Welch, Daniels, Chartier) 5:04.4, 2. Vicenza (Canada, Joiner, Moore, Brown) 5:06.43,000 – 1. Sheline Amber (Nap) 13:50.4, 2. Lynch 15:02.0, 3. Ronnie Wilcox (Vic) 18:18.24x400 relay – 1. Naples (Welch, Chartier, Murphy, Daniels) 5:02.9High jump – 1. Lynch 4 feet, 1 inchLong jump – 1. Moore 12-5, 2. Ackett 11-111/2, 3. Welch 10-91/2Triple jump – No entrantsShot put – 1. Shanice Alexander (Nap) 29-9, 2. Z. Brown 29-8, 3. Gaia Fulchieri (Avi) 17-91/4Discus – 1. Z. Brown 83-3, 2. Alexander 70-113/4, 3. Fulchieri 49-21/4

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