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Heidelberg's Allison Gunsch tries to hit past the defense of Vilseck's Taylor Hall in high school volleyball action in Heidelberg on Saturday. Heidelberg won the match 25-19, 25-10, 25-14.

Heidelberg's Allison Gunsch tries to hit past the defense of Vilseck's Taylor Hall in high school volleyball action in Heidelberg on Saturday. Heidelberg won the match 25-19, 25-10, 25-14. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Heidelberg's Allison Gunsch tries to hit past the defense of Vilseck's Taylor Hall in high school volleyball action in Heidelberg on Saturday. Heidelberg won the match 25-19, 25-10, 25-14.

Heidelberg's Allison Gunsch tries to hit past the defense of Vilseck's Taylor Hall in high school volleyball action in Heidelberg on Saturday. Heidelberg won the match 25-19, 25-10, 25-14. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Heidelberg's Emma Roberts, left, sets the ball for a teammate as Vilseck's Deraj McClinton, center, and Sidni Beaulieu-Hains watch. Heidelberg won the match 25-19, 25-10, 25-14.

Heidelberg's Emma Roberts, left, sets the ball for a teammate as Vilseck's Deraj McClinton, center, and Sidni Beaulieu-Hains watch. Heidelberg won the match 25-19, 25-10, 25-14. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

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FootballFriday’s resultsAnsbach 70, Aviano 42International School of Brussels 35, Baumholder 14

Saturday’s resultsPatch 46, Kaiserslautern 6Ramstein 13, Lakenheath 3Heidelberg 15, Vilseck 14Wiesbaden 37, Filton 34SHAPE 41, AFNORTH 0Naples 29, Schweinfurt 0Hohenfels 7, Vicenza 0Brussels 16, Brussels Bulls 6Rota 62, Bamberg 7Menwith Hill 34, Alconbury 8

Volleyball(Rally-point scoring. Generally, varsities play best-of-5 sets; JVs best-of-3. Boys volleyball is played solely in the Mediterranean regional of DODDS-Europe)

BoysFriday at MilanAmerican School of Milan def. Sigonella 25-20, 25-14, 23-25, 23-25, 15-5 (order of games not exact)American School of Milan def. Sigonella 25-15, 27-25, 25-17

Friday at NaplesNaples def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-16, 27-25, 25-7Noteworthy — Naples coach Peter Nagafuchi reported 7 kills for Sam Arreguin and 6 for Jono Higgins. Both players played for Naples. Ziya Nour posted 4 kills for Marymount.

Saturday at NaplesMarymount def. Naples 25-22, 26-24, 17-25, 24-26, 15-9Noteworthy — Nagafuchi, who said he was impressed by the Marymount defensive performance in this match, reported 9 4 kills for Higgins and 8 kills for Marymount’s Nour.

Friday at RomeAmerican Overseas School of Rome def. International School of Florence 25-14, 25-20, 25-16

Saturday at RomeAOSR def. Florence 25-21, 25-12, 25-18

Saturday at AvianoVicenza def. Aviano 25-21, 25-23, 21-25, 25-21Vicenza def. Aviano 25-17, 24-26, 25-15, 25-20

GirlsSaturday at HeidelbergHeidelberg def. Schweinfurt 25-12, 25-12, 26-24Noteworthy — According to Heidelberg statistician Sharon Murray-Robetrts, Heidelberg’s leaders were Aaliyah Woods (5 kills, 1 block-kill, 1 ace), Sam Markowski (5 aces, 3 kills), Erin Ott (12 assists, 2 aces) and Chelsea McCartney (3 kills, 1 ace, 1 dig)Heidelberg def. Vilseck 25-19, 25-10, 25-14Noteworthy — Murray-Roberts reported 10 kills, 6 aces, 3 assists and a dig for Allison Gunsch; 4 kills, 2 aces and an assist for Taylor Morgan; 14 assists 3 kills and a dig for Rebecca Luna, and 3 kills each for Christina Muehlbauer and Emma Roberts. Heidelberg, which hasn’t been taken to a Game 5 yet this season, remains undefeated despite 8 kills by Vilseck’s Mariah Morris.Vilseck def. Schweinfurt 25-12, 15-25, 25-16, 25-18Noteworthy — Leah Rogers, who chalked up 5 kills and 3 digs in the loss to Heidelberg, made 3 kills against Vilseck. Ashley Leach came up with 3 blocks for Schweinfurt.

Saturday at HohenfelsAnsbach def. Hohenfels 17-25, 25-18, 25-9, 25-9Bamberg def. Hohenfels 21-25, 25-14, 25-23, 25-21Ansbach def. Bamberg 9-25, 25-20, 10-25, 25-10, 15-13Hohenfels JV def. Bamberg JV 25-20, 25-19Ansbach JV def. Hohenfels JV 11-25, 7-25Bamberg JV def. Ansbach JV 19-25, 25-9, 15-11

Friday at MilanSigonella def. American School of Milan 25-12, 25-15, 25-17Noteworthy — According to coach Shawn McCarthy, Sigonella benefited from 4 blocks, 4 assists and 2 aces by Deeanna Brown; 5 assists, 4 aces and a blick by Rachel Vosler, and 3 kills and 3 aces by Alessia Briggs.

Saturday at MilanSigonella def. American School of Milan 25-13, 25-11, 25-14Noteworthy — McCarthy reported 10 assists, 2 kills and an ace for Brown and 4 kills and 4 aces for Briggs.

Saturday at AvianoVicenza def. Aviano 15-25, 25-16, 25-22, 21-25, 15-10Aviano def. Vicenza 25-23, 19-25, 25-17, 25-18Noteworthy — According to Vicenza coach Ashley Anderson, Tia Juliano (15 digs, 10 kills), Alexandra Frank (10 digis), Natalie Lovelace (15 digs, 9 kills and 5 blocks) and Danielle Ellis (16 blocks, 9 kills) led the way for Vicenza.

Friday at NaplesNaples def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-7, 26-24, 25-10

Saturday at NaplesNaples def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-21, 25-7, 25-12Noteworthy — Naples coach Kenny Byler reported 10 kills and 7 aces for Gee Trigg; and 9 aces for Katie Waller and 7 for Jackie Lund. Lady Wildcats are undefeated so far this season.

Friday at Steerebeek, BelgiumAFNORTH def. Brussels 25-14, 19-25, 25-23, 25-17Noteworthy—Acording to Brussels AD mark McVicker, Rylee McKinney handed out 20 assists for AFNORTH, which got 5 kills and 4 blocks from Sara Sawyer. McKinney also served 4 aces. Helena Desancic led Bruyssels with 4 kills and 3 digs. McVicker credited Dominique Poitier with 4 digs and Sindi Shahu with 3 aces and 3 assists for Brussels.

Saturday at BaumholderKaiserslautern def. Baumholder 25-16, 19-25, 25-18, 25-21Kaiserslautern def. Bitburg 25-22, 25-9, 23-25, 25-22Bitburg def. Baumholder 25-17, 25-11, 25-23Noteworthy — According to Baumholder coach Cari Wallace, Joella Milledge put away 12 total kills and Dionna Marcus came up with 11 total blocks for her team. She reported 13 assists for Baumholder’s Samantha Bundy and 12 blocks for Sydney Giefer. Bitburg’s leaders, according to Wallace, were Lydia Horn, with 4 total kills, 3 total aces and 4 total assists. Melissa Menschel posted 5 kills and 2 blocks vs. K-town, and Dalasha Bizzell posted 5 kills and 5 aces against Baumholder.Kaiserslautern JV def. Baumholder JV 25-21, 25-10Kaiserslautern JV def. Bitburg JV 25-14, 25-15

Saturday at AlconburyMenwith Hill def. Alconbury 25-16, 19-25, 25-16, 26-24Noteworthy — According to Kurt Miller of Alconbury, Kaia Pierce blocked three shots and made 13 kills for Menwhith Hill, which got 17 assists and 3 aces from Hannah Huntington and 6 digs and 5 aces from Sarah Hoover. Ashley Steele served 9 aces and made 4 kills for Alconbury, which also benefited from 6 kills and 3 blocks from Hailey Sorensen and 9 assists, 2 kills and 2 aces from Ashley Goluba.

Saturday at StuttgartPatch def. Wiesbaden 26-24, 15-25, 25-10, 25-10Noteworthy — Abigail Diaz posted 12 kills and Rachel Hess 10, according to Patch coach Joshua McCall.Wiesbaden def. Black Forest Academy 25-19, 25-20, 25-7Patch def. Black Forest Academy 25-10, 25-6, 25-17Noteworthy — McCall credited Shannon Wright with 10 aces and Danielle Dean with 4 blocks and 4 kills.

Cross country(All races covered 5,000 meters and were run Saturday)

At KaiserslauternGirlsKaiserslautern 15, Baumholder and Bitburg incomplete1, Brianna Riffe (Kais) 20:37; 2, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 20:43; 3, Veronica Houck (Kais) 20:58; 4, Megan Mackie (Kais) 22:08; 5, Vickie Adriano (Baum) 22:14; 6, Rachel Hook (Kais) 22:26; 7, Megan Dunn (Kais) 22:27; 8, Sarah Hook (Kais) 22:30; 9, Corinne Parkinson (Kais) 22:39; 10, Amahni Yarber (Kais) 23:44BoysKaiserslautern 16, Baumholder 47, Bitburg 851, Matthew Finley (Kais) 16:50; 2, Sean Davis (Kais) 17:34; 3, Justin Sestan (Kais) 17:48; 4, Michael Close (Kais) 17:58; 5, Dominic Sparks (Baum) 18:02; 6, Tyler Tremaine (Kais) 18:41; 7, T.J. Daly (Kais) 18:51; 8, Quentin Archuleta (Kais) 18:52; 9, Miguel Munoz (Baum)18:59; 10, Daniel Rinard (Kais) 19:10

At NaplesBoysNaples 15, Marymount International School of Rome incomplete1, John Fain (Napl) 16:17 (Course record. Old record 16:56 by Ian Eversman, 2010); 2, D.J. Stockman (Napl) 16:45; 3, Ricky Sizemore (Napl) 18:00; 4, Cullen Harper (Napl) 18:59; 5, Brad Bonnema (Napl) 19:04; 6, Brett Baldwin (Napl) 19:20; 7, Michael Curtain (Napl) 19:25; 8, Josh Masters (Napl) 19:27; 9, Marshall Saunders (Napl) 19:39; 10, Hunter Christian (Napl) 20:01GirlsNaples 22, Marymount International School of Rome 461, Carolina Wiley (Mmt) 21:21; 2, Alex Mack (Napl) 21:25; 3, Isabella Lucy (Napl) 21:57; 4, Amber Sheline (Napl) 22:07; 5, Gabrielle Wiley (Mmt) 22:09; 6, Destiny Mora (Napl) 22:51; 7, Alexis Cutler (Napl) 22:56; 8, Harley Williams (Napl) 23:05; 9, Jane Saunders (Napl) 23:19; 10, Laura Sussman (Mmt) 23:29

At HohenfelsGirlsVilseck 15, Ansbach and Hohenfels incomplete1, Malia Carson (Vils) 22:11; 2, Zoey Viera (Vils) 22:32; 3, Sydney Parker (Vils) 23:58; 4, Laura Pleak (Ansb) 25:25; 5, Marcella Rodriguez (Vils) 25:47; 6, Sabrina Becker (Vils) 28:01; 7, Vivian Tanner (Vils) 29:19; 8, Bryana Brooks (Ansb) 29:32; 9, Meraleigh Randle (Vils) 30:35; 10, Briannia Tottty (Vils) 32:30BoysVilseck 15, Anshach 50, Hohenfels incomplete1, Ben Nelson (Vils) 18:22; 2, Michael Nelson (Vils) 18:42; 3, David Lance (Vils) 19:37; 4, Andrew Zdeb (Vils) 20:12; 5, Brent Hoffman (Vils) 20:17; 6, Richard Griffith (Vils) 20:36; 7, Zack Rogers (Vils) 20:53; 8, Phillip Ramirez (Vils) 21:11; 9, Kenneth Hopkins (Vils) 21:18; 10, Aaron Hines (Vils) 21:29

At SHAPEGirlsRamstein 26, SHAPE 32, AFNORTH 871, Anna Priddy (Rams) 18:46 (Course record. New course); 2, Alexis Vermeire (Rams) 19:52; 3, Julia Mendenhall (SHP) 20:15; 4, Tallie Elbert (Rams) 20:28; 5, Mishal Cotugno (SHP) 20:30; 6, Karoline Sorensen (SHP) 20:57; 7, Lauren Codina (Rams) 21:31; 8, Keneally Phelan (SHP) 21:41; 9, Kaley Harless (AFN) 21:58; 10, Maddie Thrall (SHP) 22:08BoysRamstein 21, SHAPE 34, AFNORTH 1741, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 16:23 (Course record. New course); 2, Thomas Lambert (Rams) 16:38; 3, George Hyde (Rams) 16:52; 4, Gavin McLaren (SHP) 16:55; 5, Jorge Alcalde (SHP) 17:03; 6, Jackson Bargery (Rams) 17:17; 7, Matt Lengyel (SHP) 17:26; 8, Miguel Peco (SHP) 17:33; 9, Mike Bowman (Rams) 17:37; 10, Joshua Moran (SHP) 17:42

At BrusselsGirlsBrussels 40, St. John’s 45, International School of Brussels and British School of Brussels incomplete1, Ali DeFazio (Brus) 20:58 (Course record. New course); 2, Jessie Renshaw (StJ) 21:10; 3, Layla Kuijper (ISB) 21:19; 4, Hannah McKenny (StJ) 21:49; 5, Agnes Clavel (ISB) 21:56; 6, Malou DenDekker (ISB) 22:03; 7, Emma McLaughlin (Brus) 22:21; 8, Coral Taylor (StJ) 22:50; 9, Jessica Vahrenhorst (Brus) 23:09; 10, Veerle Versteeg (ISB) 23:31.BoysSt. John’s 29, British School of Brussels 55, Brussels and International School of Brussels incomplete1, Louis Couture (ISB) 17:35 (Course record. New course); 2, Tim Silcock (StJ) 17:44; 3, Joe Harding (BSB) 17:54; 4, Jon Cabral (StJ) 18:04; 5, Jordan Craig (ISB) 19:22; 6, Matthew Deutsch (StJ)19:41; 7, Sebastien Rodandts (StJ) 19:52; 8, Will Corrigan (BSB) 20:07; 9, Matt Hergenroeder (ISB) 20:10; 10, Guillaume Campos (StJ) 20:14

At AvianoBoysAviano 22, Vicenza 351, Rob Henne (Avi) 19:29 (Course record. Old record unavailable); 2, Philip Ozgul (Avi) 20:31; 3, Joseph Pardew (Vicz) 20:35; 4, Darius Cade (Vicz) 21:23; 5, Josh Stevens (Avi) 22:01; 6, Rawlynn Evans (Avi) 22:07; 7, Carlton Hardy (Vicz) 22:24; 8, Kyle Willis (Avi) 22:54; 9, Adrian Martinez (Vicz) 23:28; 10, Steven Reincke (Avi) 25:46GirlsAviano 15, Vicenza 501, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:35 (Course record. Old record unavailable); 2, Shelby McHugh (Avi) 23:15; 3, Adrienne Bryant (Avi) 23:25; 4, Victoria Blake (Avi) 25:01; 5, Melanie Hudson (Avi) 25:24; 6, Rima Gasparini (Vicz) 25:32; 7, Raquel Stevens (Avi) 25:41; 8, Rachel Hollingsworthy (Avi) 26:27; 9, Amanda Coine (Vicz) 26:57; 10, Jordan Larsen (Vicz) 27:33

At AlconburyBoysAlconbury 27, Lakenheath 29, Menwith Hill incomplete1, Ben Nelson (Alc) 18:34; 2, Paul Mako (lake) 18:43; 3, Austin Middleton (Lake) 18:44; 4, Jonathan Lee (Alc) 18:46; 5, Tom Irby (Alc) 19:16; 6, Dylan Minar (Lake) 19:24; 7, Brandon Moorehead (Lake) 19:41; 8, Josh Schappert (Alc) 19:49; 9, Zach Nelson (Alc) 19:50; 10, Eddie Kupec (Lake) 19:51GirlsLakenheath 15, Alconbury and Menwith hill incomplete1, McKayla Boden (Lake) 20:15; 2. Marra Yancey (Lake) 20:17; 3, Kora Gibson (Lake) 21:01; 4, Katelin Coogen (Lake) 21:22; 5, Ashley Cozier (Alc) 21:31; 6, Katie Claunch (Lake) 21:56; 7, Breanna Rogers (MH) 22:37; 8, Claire Owens (MH) 22:46; 9, Zoe Yancey (Lake) 23:17; 10, Leelabeth Cronkhite (Lake) 23:23

At HeidelbergPatch 41, Heidelberg 52, Wiesbaden 58, Frankfurt International School 81, Black Forest Academy 1451, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 16:44; 2, Marquez Ensey (Heid) 17:11; 3, Tyler Gamble (Pat) 17:12; 4, Alexander Dobbs (FIS) 17:16; 5, Charlie Haywood (FIS) 17:21; 6, Brian Hannum (Heid) 17:26; 7, Mitchell Bailey (Pat) 17:29; 8, Logan Sullivan (Pat) 17:36; 9, Cameron Lamm (Pat) 17:47; 10, Kelsey Thomas (Wies) 17:51GirlsPatch 15, Heidelberg 58, Frankfurt International School 72, Wiesbaden 105, Black Forest Academy incomplete1, Morgan Mahlock (Pat) 19:23; 2, Baileigh Sesssions (Pat) 19:25; 3, Julia Lockridge (Pat) 19:37; 4, Christina Hamilton (Pat) 19:55; 5, Hannah Rose (Pat) 19:57; 6, Samantha Barglof (Pat) 20:50; 7, Kelleen McGuinness (Pat) 20:58; 8, Anna Seiferth (Heid) 21:03; 9, Sarah Thaden (Pat) 21:10; 10, Lilli Schultze (FIS) 21:38

Tennis(Matches were Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Individual forfeits not listed but included in team scoring. Time permitting, No. 1s played best-of-3 sets; all others single 8-game pro sets. Tiebreakers scores in parentheses):

Friday at Brussels(No. 1s played 10-point super-tiebreaker in lieu of decisive 3rd set)BoysLakenheath 5, Brussels 4Danny Helbling (Brus) def. Sam Armstrong 6-2, 3-6, 10-4; Jamie Hunt (Brus) def. Sean Mileski 8-4; Ben Cates (Lake) def. Merab Chitanava 9-7; Caleb Wilson (Lake) def. Imran Ahmic 8-1; Keith Koehler (Lake) def. Max Hale 8-4; Hunt and Helbling def. Mileski and Cates 3-6, 6-2, 10-4; Ahmic and Chitanava def. Erik Rushing and Ethan Hall 8-4GirlsLakenheath 5, Brussels 4Claire Rumery (Brus) def. Erica Ripley 6-1, 6-1; Dominee Roiehm (Lake) def. Lillian Yedigaryan 9-7; Katelyn Williams (Lake) def. Patricia Rudy 8-2; Laura Yedigaryan (Brus) def. Kelsey Rodriguez 8-3; Roxanne Manuelito (Lake) def. Hannah Sadler 8-1; Artisia Hidalgo (Lake) def. Cassie Brown 8-2; Roehm and K. Williams def. Rudy and L. Yedigaryan 5-7, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable), 10-4; Rumery and Sadler def. Rustine Azur and Arianna Lemieux 8-2; Sierra Stockley and Lola Helbling (Brus) def. Taryn Williams and Angelika Glodo 8-4

Saturday at SHAPEBoysSHAPE 8, Lakenheath 1Dimitrios Stavropoulos (SHP) def. Armstrong 6-0, 6-0; Alvaro Sanchez (SHP) def. Mileski 8-0; Aaron Yip (SHP) def. Cates, 8-2; Brian Yip (SHP) def. Wilson 8-0; Koehler def. Travis Phelan 9-8 (7-5); Thomas Muldoon (SHP) def Rushing 8-3; Sanchez and A. Yip def. Mileski and Cates 6-0, 6-0; Stavropoulos and B. Yip def. Wilson and Koehler 8-1; Phelan and Muldoon def. Rushing and Hall 8-3GrilsLakenheath 6, SHAPE 3Selena Suparman (SHP) def. Ripley 7-6 (7-2), 6-0; Roehm def. Eliska reimanova 8-6; Leyre Banos (SHP) def. Williams 8-6; Mikayla Walker (SHP) def. Rodriguez 8-3; Manuelito def. Hannah Kvallvik 8-3l Hidalgo def. Brooke Lyonnais 8-3; Roehm and Williams def. Suparman and Reimannova 4-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4; Ripley and Rodriguez def. Walker and Banos 8-4; Manuelito and Hidalgo def. Kvalvik and Lyonnais 8-5

Saturday at BitburgBoysWiesbaden 9, Bitburg 0Evin Alarilla def. Jeremy Lewis 6-0, 6-0; Charlie Hill def. Dylan Cole 8-0; John Arnold def. Joe Foster 8-0; Vincent Matsayko def. Sam Weggeman 8-0; Hill and Arnold def. Lewis and Cole 6-1, 6-1; Devan Tisdale and Matsayko def. Foster and Weggeman 8-0GirlsBitburg 8, Wiesbaden 1Kaitlyn Miller(Bitb) def. Heather Boehme 6-1, 6-0; Katelyn White (Bitb) def. Kristy Hess 8-0; Anne Marie Clark def. Katie Mosley 8-2; Christine Sunga (Wies) def. Averi Goetz 8-4; Kelsey Downer (Bitb) def. Emily Dill 8-6; Brandy Perry (Bitb) def. Liz Dizor 8-1; White and Clark def. Hess and Mosley 6-3, 6-3; Downer and Miller def. Boehme and Sunga 8-4; Perry and Goetz def. Dill and Dizor 8-1

Saturday at BaumholderGirlsKaiserslautern 9, Baumholder 0Alexandra Proto def. Adwoa Sika 6-3, 6-2; Hannah Schenk def. Victoria Williams 8-1; Emma Nicholson def. Simone Bugett 8-0; Anna Langholz def. Lilibhert Rubio 8-0; Jana Cain def. Immaculate Bongham 4-1 (ret.); Schenk and Nicholson def. Sika and Williams 6-1, 6-2; Proto and Langholz def. Bugett and Rubio 8-1BoysKaiserslautern 9, Baumholder 0Patrick Tremaglio def. Cameron Koch 61, 4-6, 6-2; Chris Jastrab def. Justin Owens 8-0; Chris Martin def. Robert King 8-1; Josh Place def. Robert Killian 8-2; Jastrab and Erik Langholz def. Owens and King 6-1, 6-0; Tremaglio and Martin def. Koch and Killian 8-4

Saturday at Ramstein(Results available only for No. 1 matches)GirlsAFNORTH 5, Ramstein 4Meghan Augsburger (Rams) def. Taylor BonenClark 6-1, 7-5; Michaela Corral and Olivia Rockwell (Rams) def. Hope BonenClark and Emily Young 6-3, 6-2BoysRamstein 9, AFNORTH 0Lee DeBose def. Westin McKinney 6-3, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Forrest Kamperman and Aryan Von Eicken def. McKinney and Saverio Young (score unavailable)


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