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Soccer Boys Region IISB 2, Brussels 0(Friday at Brussels American School) Halftime — 0-0. Goals - Allessandro Pryce, Christian Faaborg. Assists — None. Saves — International School of Brussels (Doley Yosef) 1; Brussels (Danny Helbling) 16. Noteworthy — ISB (4-0 overall, 3-0 in region after two weekend road victories) is scheduled to complete its regular season Saturday against visiting SHAPE. The Raiders then are to participate in the European D-I tournament May 18-21 at Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. Brussels, whose four-year performer Ryan Bottesini was praised by Brigands coach Greg Marinich for his performance in the senior’s final regular-season game, concluded its regular season 3-3 overall and in the region. Brussels is next to play in European D-III tourney May 18-21 at Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. JV — None.

Girls Region ISHAPE 7, Alconbury 0(Friday at Alconbury) Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Ellen Campany 2, Miriam Siversten 2, Veronica Siversten 2, Melyssa Gomez. Assists — Campany, Rachel O’Neill. Saves — SHAPE (Meghan Fleet) 1; Alconbuty (Alex Sherenco) 20. Noteworthy — Lady Spartans improved to 4-1 overall and 4-0 in region after weekend sweep in England and are next to play at International School of Brussels on Saturday. They then are to advance to European D-I tournament May 18-21 at Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. Alconbury finished weekend 1-6 overall and 0-6 in region. Next up for the Lady Dragons is a Saturday game against visiting Lakenheath. Alconbury is to play in the European D-III tournament May 18-21 in Ramstein-Kiaserslautern. JV —None.

ISB 7, Brussels 0(Friday at Brussels American School) Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Maike Schwarz 3, Monica Rangel 2, Jennifer Marten, Ciara Milanetti-Hunt. Assists - Gabriela Markusdottir 2, Alison Galetti, Marten, Schwarz. Saves — International School of Brussels (Emily Wood) 2; Brussels (Dominique Poitier) 13. Noteworthy — According to Brussels AD Mark McVicker, ISB coach Neil Allen awarded the Raider Lady of the Match to Schwarz for her hat-trick and 2-assist performance. ISB, which is scheduled to host SHAPE on Saturday in the regular-season finale for both teams, is 3-1 overall and 2-1 in region. Brussels concluded its regular season 2-4, 2-4 and next is to play in European D-III tournament May 18-21 in Ramstein-Kaiserslautern. JV – None.

Track and Field (All race distances in meters) Saturday at Frankfurt international SchoolBoysWiesbaden 114, Heidelberg 113, Lakenheath 91, Black Forest Academy 89, Frankfurt International School 70, Bamberg 54, Baumholder 21100 meters— 1, Nicholas Colbert (Wies) 11.2; 2, (tie) Roscoe Johnson (Wies) and Sterling Jones (Heid) 11.4200— 1, Andrew Lindberg (BFA) 23.2; 2, Joseph Cedarstaff (Lake) 23.5; 3, Andre Brown (Heid) 23.6400— 1, Jeremy Allen (Heid) 52.5; 2, Mads Beier (FIS) 53.2; 3, R. Johnson, 55.0800— 1, Trevor Hope (BFA) 2:04.0; 2, Gershom Espinoza (Wies) 2:09.6; 3, Khayree Files (Bamb) 2:10.11,500— 1, David Grano (BFA) 4:26.9; 2, Ben Kronk (BFA) 4:28.5; 3, Brian Hannum (Heid) 4:29.93,000— 1, Alex Dobbs (FIS) 9:46.0; 2, Kronk, 10:03.4; 3, Jacob Brainerd (Heid) 10:20.3110 high hurdles— 1, Patrick Misnick (Lake) 16.2; 2, Kenyatta Hill (Wies) 16.7; 3, Keenan Couture (Lake) 17.7300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Misnick, 43.7; 2, Dustin Morton (Heid) 44.9; 3, Courture, 46.5High jump— 1, (tie) Logan McKee (FIS) and Anthony Cortwright (Bamb) 5 feet, 10 inches; 3, Hugo Schild (FIS) 5-10Long jump— 1, John Durousseau (Bamb) 20-2; 2, Antonio Trawick (Wies) 19-5; 3, Ben McDaniels (Baum) 19-1Triple jump— 1, Trawick, 40-11; 2, McDaniels, 40-9; 3, Xavier Thompson (Lake) 37-11.5Shot put— 1, Devon Meachum (Heid) 43-8; 2, Hill, 40-8; 3, Eric Passi (Bamb) 39-10.5Discus— 1, Thompson, 124-0; 2, Hill, 117-7; 3, Meachum, 116-84x100 relay— 1, Heidelberg (Benjamin Burrs, Donte Jones, S.Jones, Brown) 44.3; 2, Lakenheath, 46.8; 3, Wiesbaden, 47.14x400 relay— 1, BFA (Ross Becker, Nathan Greathouse, Grano, Hope) 3:45.7; 2, Wiesbaden 3:52.2; 3, FIS, 3:54.64x800 relay— 1, Heidelberg (Morton, Andrew Bean, Allen, Brianerd) 9:08.2; 2, BFA, 10:05.3; 3, Baumholder, 10:42.71,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Bamberg (Brian Hargraves, Brandon Wright, Theotis McCray, Files) 3:56.1; 2, BFA. 3:59.8; 3, Heidelberg, 4:02.2GirlsWiesbaden 131, Heidelberg 131, Frankfurt International School 121, Lakenheath 70, Black Forest Academy 43, Bamberg 6100 meters— 1, Kelley Colbert (Wies) 12.7; 2, (tie) Jamie Sommer (FIS) and Diamond Green (Wies) 13.5200— 1, K. Colbert, 26.8; 2, Tess Baker (FIS) 27.9; 3, Dorothy Toots (Lake) 28.7400— 1, K. Colbert, 62.3; 2, Camille Jackson (Heid) 63.1; 3, Jaclyn Hardison (Heid) 63.4800— 1, Marisa Menzel (FIS) 2:29.5; 2, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 2:36.0; 3, Hardison, 2:46.51,500— 1, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 5:34.6; 2, Kaitlyn Coogan (Lake) 5:45.4; 3, Hannah Mayfield (Heid) 5:47.03,000— 1, Menzel, 11:44.8; 2, Natalie Pecoraro (FIS) 11:59.4; 3, Coogan, 12:01.5100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Melissa Wynn (Lake) 20.6; 2, Courtney Morgan (Heid) 20.9; 3, None300 low hurdles— 1, Morgan, 53.0; 2, Priya Kannan (FIS) 53.1; 3, Wynn, 56.3High jump— 1, K. Colbert, 5 feet, 1 inch; 2, Phoebe Brewster (FIS) 5-0; 3, Baker, 4-10Long jump— 1, Brewster, 16-0; 2, Sommer, 14-10.5; 3, Jackson, 14-7Triple jump— 1, Michaella Fortune (BFA) 28-11; 2, None; 3, NoneShot put— 1, Daija Barnett(Wies) 31-10.5; 2, Alexcia Hodge (Wies) 29-9; 3, Kaitlyn Velsvaag (Wies) 27-8Discus— 1, Velsvaag, 87-11; 2, Dominique Baldwin (Wies) 82-2; 3, Lakalia Wood (Heid) 82-04x100 relay— 1, FIS (Baker, Brewster, Kayley George, Unavailable) 54.8; 2, Heidelberg, 54.8; 3, Lakenheath, 54.94x400 relay— 1, FIS (Baker, Brewster, George, Kannan) 4:33.4; 2, BFA, 4:37.9; 3, Wiesbaden, 4:57.04x800 relay— 1, Heidelberg (Hardison, Mayfield, Prisscilla Steele, Darrow) 11:29; 2, Wiesbaden, 11:52; 3, Lakenheath, 13:451,600 sprint medley relay— 1, BFA (Ashling O’Donnell, Katie Klingenberg, Anna Becker, Kjersti Goodwin) 4:51.2; 2, Heidelberg, 5:13.0; 3, Lakenheath, 5:19.5

Saturday at VilseckBoysVilseck 166, Patch 122, Kaiserslautern 95, Hohenfels 50, Ansbach 41, Mannheim 30100 meters— 1, Darius Whitehead (Vils) 11.15; 2, Shawn Peebles (Vils) 11.43; 3, Bernard Burwell (Kais) 11.46200— 1, Eddie Stokes (Vils) 23.08; 2, Peebles, 23.21; 3, Whitehead, 23.33400— 1, Derrick Flake (Ansb) 51.53; 2, Dominique Tillman (Mann) 51.76; 3, Lamar Benjamin (Hoh) 52.15800— 1, David Lance (Vils) 2:03.68; 2, Matthew Finley (Kais) 2:07.74; 3, Christian Brown (Pat) 2:09.651,500— 1, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 4:18.60; 2, Finley, 4:28.26; 3, Logan Sullivan (Pat) 4:34.313,000— 1, Kennedy, 9:47.94; 2, Sullivan, 9:57.13; 3, Nicholas Pugh (Pat) 10:04.77110 high hurdles— 1, Demar Flake (Ansb) 17.91; 2, Jalen Jones (Kais) 18.04; 3, Robert Oller (Vils) 18.63300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Derrick Flake, 43.93; 2, Demar Flake, 44.51; 3, Juan Perry (Kais) 44.73High jump— 1, Dane Gray (Vils) 6 feet, 5 inches; 2, James Suemenoglu (Vils) 5-10; 3, Christopher Hopkins (Pat) 5-8Long jump— 1, Leon Atkins (Hoh) 19-5; 2, Suemenoglu, 18-2.5; 3, Akeem McDaniel (Pat) 17-5.5Triple jump— 1, Atkins, 40-10; 2, Perry, 36-6; 3, Xavier Moffitt (Kais) 36-5.25Shot put— 1, Dwight Dean (Pat) 39-0; 2, Armando Saldana (Vils) 35-5.5; 3, Burwell, 34-6.75Discus— 1, Dean, 118-0; 2, Julian Byles (Hoh) 116-1; 3, Eric Stevens (Pat) 92-04x100 relay— 1, Vilseck (Peebles, Daniel Arroyo, Whitehead, Stokes) 43.76; 2, Hohenfels, 45.94; 3, Kaiserslautern, 46.504x400 relay— 1, Vilseck (Stokes, Lance, Arroyo, Myles Hall) 3:27.90; 2, Mannheim, 3:47.09; 3, Patch, 3:48.974x800 relay— 1, Patch (Brown, Tyler Gamble, James Jacobson, Sullivan) 8:44.61; 2, Kaiserslautern, 9:10.76; 3, Vilseck, 9:43.271,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Patch (Brown, Jalan Darby, Jacobson, Evan Jaeger) 4:00.57; 2, Kaiserslautern, 4:11.89; 3, Vilseck, 4:32.88GirlsKaiserslautern 203, Patch 133, Vilseck 63, Mannheim 55, Ansbach 34, Hohenfels 2100 meters— 1, Grace Gonzalez (Mann) 13.16; 2, Kadedra Lea (Mann) 13.27; 3, Ashley Santos (Kais) 13.34200— 1, Santos, 27.56; 2, Gonzalez, 27.57; 3, Karissa Hilliard (Pat) 28.39400— 1, Rio Shaune’ Harris (Kais) 60.20; 2, Morgan Mahlock (Pat) 61.37; 3, Hannah McPherson (Kais) 63.46800— 1, R.S. Harris, 2:24.92; 2, Colleen Davis (Kais) 2:36.79; 3, Hannah Rose (Pat) 2:36.861,500— 1, Christina Hamilton (Pat) 5:18.64; 2, Davis, 5:25.20; 3, Aurora Alejos (Ansb) 5:44.853,000— 1, Mahlock, 11:25.60; 2, Hamilton, 11:31.04; 3, Sarah Thaden (Pat) 12: 28.31100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Ruby Plummer (Kais) 17.91; 2, Alayna Huebner (Pat) 18.89; 3, Shadonna Gordon (Kais) 19.31300 low hurdles— 1, Plummer, 51.46; 2, Huebner, 53.15; 3, Jennifer Strosnider (Ansb) 54.25High jump— 1, Huebner, 4 feet, 10 inches; 2, Alejos, 4-8; 3, Naomi Traylor (Ansb) 4-4Long jump— 1, Jada Perry (Kais) 15-3; 2, Lea, 14-10; 3, Gonzalez, 14-6Triple jump— 1, Lea, 31-10.75; 2, Rhea Harris (Kais) 31-6.5; 3, Jennifer Isaacs (Kais) 30-5.25Shot put— 1, Kalynn Richardson (Kais) 29-1.25; 2, Chloe Pomele (Vils) 28-2; 3, Ticie Woulard (Vils) 24-4.75Discus— 1, Mariah Morris (Vils) 97-3.25; 2, Richardson, 84-2; 3, Alana Dickerson (Kais) 83-6.54x100 relay— 1, Kaiserslautern (Rhea Harris, Dickerson, McPherson, Briana Williams) 52.41; 2, Patch, 55.31; 3, Vilseck, 56.014x400 relay— 1, Kaiserslautern (McPherson, Plummer, Christina Hill, Santos) 4:17.28; 2, Vilseck, 4:34.06; 3, Patch, 4:44.474x800 relay— 1, Patch (Katherine Castro, Hamilton, Baileigh Sessions, Rose) 10:34.02; 2, Vilseck, 10:41.74; 3, Kaiserslautern, 12:27.081,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Kaiserslautern (Rhea Harris, Williams, Hill, R.S. Harris) 4:36.59; 2, Patch, 5:01.01; 3, None

Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsBoysRamstein 261, SHAPE 84, AFNORTH 40.5, Bitburg 38, Brussels 28, Menwith Hill 20, Alconbury 18.5100 meters— 1, Xavier Jackson (Rams) 11.75; 2, Julio Martinez (Rams) 11.74; 3, Zackery Jackson (Brus) 11.96200— 1, Jaap Van Gaalen (Rams) 23.56; 2, Virgil Sneed (Rams) 24.48; 3, Lawrence Alston (MH) 24.62400— 1, Van Gaalen, 51.00; 2, Jay Oh (Rams) 55.42; 3, Sneed, 55.57800— 1, Spencer Gillespie (Rams) 2:08.68; 2, Young Oh (Rams) 2:08.91; 3, Brian Raab (Alc) 2:17.471,500— 1, Jack Scranton (Rams) 4:20.66; 2, Ben Bigelow (Brus) 4:23.84; 3, Andy Cummin (MH) 4:48.343,000— 1, Scranton, 9:56.62; 2, Bigelow, 10:12.77; 3, Curtis Engel (SHP) 10:18.24110 high hurdles— 1, L.J. Downey (Bitb) 16.77; 2, Ryan Howard (SHP) 16.88; 3, Michael Johnson (Rams) 16.97300 intermediate hurdles— 1, Downey, 43.21; 2, Howard, 46.97; 3, Edward Almeria (SHP) 50.10High jump— 1, (tie) Sneed and Jake Schmidt (AFN) 5-10; 3, Trevon Williams (Rams) 5-4Long jump— 1, X. Jackson, 20-3; 2, Jamil Pollock (AFN) 19-4; 3, Justin Davis (SHP) 18-6.5Triple jump— 1, Davis, 38-6; 2, Xavier Adams (Rams) 36-5; 3, Gillespie, 36-1.25Shot put— 1, Joel Wetlesen (Rams) 40-7; 2, Justin Dickey (Rams) 39-6.5; 3, Colton Engelmeier (Bitb) 36-8Discus— 1, Darian Billups (Bitb) 129-1; 2, Dickey, 121-1; 3, Stephen Guenther (Rams) 120-24x100 relay— 1, Ramstein (Jared Guerrido, X. Jackson, Eric Carter, Martinez) 45.45; 2, Menwith Hill, 50.77; 3, None4x400 relay— 1, Ramstein (Y. Oh, Johnson, Sneed, Van Gaalen) 3:42.37; 2, AFNORTH, 3:54.32; 3, SHAPE, 4:10.164x800 relay— 1, Ramstein (Brandon Stangl, Gillespie, Y. Oh, Johnson) 9:03.84; 2, AFNORTH, 10:48.03; 3, SHAPE, 12:36.151,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Ramstein (Guerrido, Kyle Grantham, Van Gaalen, Gillespie) 3:37.47; 2, SHAPE, 4:31.35; 3, Alconbury, 4:57.77GirlsRamstein 211, AFNORTH 100, Bitburg 95, SHAPE 44, Alconbury 14, Brussels 4, Menwith Hill 4100 meters— 1, Kristiana Jones (Rams) 13.76; Valerie Morgan (Afn) 13.91; 3, Samantha Carbon (Rams) 13.94200— 1, Tallie Elbert (Rams) 28.13; 2, Jones, 29.00; 3, Tyiler Hargrove (Rams) 29.25400— 1, Mercedes Ash (AFN) 61.65; 2, Elbert, 65.22; 3, Audrey Rasmussen (Rams) 69.69800— 1, Mishal Cotugno (SHP) 2:27.22; 2, Kaitlyn Miller (Bitb) 2:40.57; 3, Jordan Thompson (Rams) 2:42.301,500— 1, Miller, 5:13.65; 2, Thompson, 5:28.46; 3, Terryl Ann Fritz (AFN) 5:33.453,000— 1, Miller, 10:55.59; 2, Thompson, 12:15.11; 3, Fritz, 12:30.48100 intermediate hurdles— 1, Ashely Hughes (AFN) 17.94; 2, Krystal Bowen (Rams) 21.37; 3, Sydney Harrison (Rams) 22.53300 low hurdles— 1, Hughes, 51.46; 2, Elizabeth Crowther (SHP) 51.85; 3, Brittina Thomas (Bitb) 51.88High jump— 1, Tara Lookabaugh (Rams) 5 feet, 2 inches; 2, Melissa Menschel (Bitb) 4-10; 3, Crowther, 4-6Long jump— 1, Lookabaugh, 16-3.5; 2, Sara Sawyer (AFN) 15-4; 3, Crowther, 14-6Shot put— 1, Nicole Raczkowski (Rams) 31-9.5; 2, Deja Chappell (Rams) 31-7.5; 3, Kelcie Mackenzie (Rams) 30-2.5\Discus— 1, Raczkowski, 90-1; 2, Menschel, 82-3; 3, Brandy Perry (Bitb) 72-04x100 relay— 1, AFNORTH (Ash, Cherry Carnes, Sawyer, Morgan) 53.38; 2, Ramstein, 54.09; 3, None4x400 relay— 1, AFNORTH (Ash, Hughes. Morgan, Sawyer) 4:25.40; 2, SHAPE, 4:38.04; 3, Bitburg, 4:46.654x800 relay— 1, Ramstein (Meagan Rummage, Thompson, Elbert, Jessica Kafer) 11:40.75; 2, Alconbury, 12:45.99; 3, None1,600 sprint medley relay— 1, Bitburg (Kaili Bach, Perry, Thomas, Michelle Morrison) 5:01.93; 2, Ramstein, 5:38.56; 3, AFNORTH 5:48.93

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