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Naples' John Fain raced to a new course record Saturday at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy with a time of 17 minutes, 9 seconds. The Wildcats, favored to do well at next week's DODDS-Europe Cross Country Championships in Heidelberg, Germany, defeated the Saints in the dual meet.

Naples' John Fain raced to a new course record Saturday at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy with a time of 17 minutes, 9 seconds. The Wildcats, favored to do well at next week's DODDS-Europe Cross Country Championships in Heidelberg, Germany, defeated the Saints in the dual meet. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Naples' John Fain raced to a new course record Saturday at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy with a time of 17 minutes, 9 seconds. The Wildcats, favored to do well at next week's DODDS-Europe Cross Country Championships in Heidelberg, Germany, defeated the Saints in the dual meet.

Naples' John Fain raced to a new course record Saturday at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy with a time of 17 minutes, 9 seconds. The Wildcats, favored to do well at next week's DODDS-Europe Cross Country Championships in Heidelberg, Germany, defeated the Saints in the dual meet. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Naples' D.J. Stockman finished second Saturday in a dual meet with Aviano in a time of 17 minutes, 31 seconds.

Naples' D.J. Stockman finished second Saturday in a dual meet with Aviano in a time of 17 minutes, 31 seconds. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Naples and Aviano runners race from the starting line Saturday during a dual meet between the two schools on the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy. The Wildcats, who will be one of the team favorites next week at the DODDS-Europe championships in Germany, defeated the Saints.

Naples and Aviano runners race from the starting line Saturday during a dual meet between the two schools on the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy. The Wildcats, who will be one of the team favorites next week at the DODDS-Europe championships in Germany, defeated the Saints. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Naples' John Fain crosses the finish line with a new course record of 17 minutes, 9 seconds Saturday in a dual meet at Parco San Floriano near Polcenigo, Italy. Fain will be one of the favorites at next week's DODDS-Europe Cross Country Championships in Germany.

Naples' John Fain crosses the finish line with a new course record of 17 minutes, 9 seconds Saturday in a dual meet at Parco San Floriano near Polcenigo, Italy. Fain will be one of the favorites at next week's DODDS-Europe Cross Country Championships in Germany. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Naples 8th-grader Isabella Melendez can't score for the Wildcats until next year. But she set a course record Saturday at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy, with a time of 21 minutes, 47 seconds.

Naples 8th-grader Isabella Melendez can't score for the Wildcats until next year. But she set a course record Saturday at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy, with a time of 21 minutes, 47 seconds. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Aviano's Madeline O'Brien was the first high school runner across the finish line Saturday in a dual meet between the Saints and Naples. She finished in 22 minutes, 2 seconds.

Aviano's Madeline O'Brien was the first high school runner across the finish line Saturday in a dual meet between the Saints and Naples. She finished in 22 minutes, 2 seconds. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Naples' Alexandra Mack finished second Saturday in a meet with Aviano at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy. But Mack's team came out on top by finishing with five fewer points than Aviano in a showdown between the top two girls teams in Italy.

Naples' Alexandra Mack finished second Saturday in a meet with Aviano at the Parco San Floriano course near Polcenigo, Italy. But Mack's team came out on top by finishing with five fewer points than Aviano in a showdown between the top two girls teams in Italy. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Aviano's Adrienne Bryant finished third in a dual meet between the Saints and Naples on Saturday with a time of 22 minutes, 52 seconds.

Aviano's Adrienne Bryant finished third in a dual meet between the Saints and Naples on Saturday with a time of 22 minutes, 52 seconds. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Aviano's Shelby McHugh edges Naples' Alexis Cutler in one of the closest finishes of the day in a dual meet between the two schools at Parco San Floriano near Polcenigo, Italy. McHugh was fifth in 23 minutes, 9 seconds, with Cutler just two seconds behind.

Aviano's Shelby McHugh edges Naples' Alexis Cutler in one of the closest finishes of the day in a dual meet between the two schools at Parco San Floriano near Polcenigo, Italy. McHugh was fifth in 23 minutes, 9 seconds, with Cutler just two seconds behind. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

Naples' Amber Shelike finished fourth in a dual meet with Aviano on Saturday, crossing the finish line with a time of 22 minutes, 58 seconds. Her team won by scoring five fewer points than Aviano.

Naples' Amber Shelike finished fourth in a dual meet with Aviano on Saturday, crossing the finish line with a time of 22 minutes, 58 seconds. Her team won by scoring five fewer points than Aviano. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

The Naples girls cross country team tries to get psyched up for a dual meet with Aviano on Saturday. It apparently worked, because the Wildcats finished with five fewer points  than the Saints.

The Naples girls cross country team tries to get psyched up for a dual meet with Aviano on Saturday. It apparently worked, because the Wildcats finished with five fewer points than the Saints. (Kent Harris/Stars and Stripes)

This story has been corrected

High school

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

At AvianoGirlsNaples 27, Aviano 321, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:02; 2, Alexandra Mack (Napl) 22:22; 3, Adrienne Bryant (Avi) 22:52; 4, Amber Sheline (Napl) 22:58; 5, Shelby McHugh (Avi) 23:09; 6, Alexis Cutler (Napl) 23:11; 7, Jordan Kim (Napl) 23:20; 8, Isabella Lucy (Napl) 23:26; 9, Destiny Mora (Napl) 23:32; 10, Kelsey Ortwin (Napl) 23:47Noteworthy — According to Aviano coach Laura Corder, Naples middle-schooler isabella Melendez beat O’Brien’s high school course record of 22:00 by running 21:47BoysNaples 17, Aviano 441, John Fain (Napl) 17:09 (Course record. Old record 17:26 by Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:26, 2010); 2, D.J. Stockman (Napl) 17:31; 3, Ricky Sizmore (Napl) 18:34; 4, Rob Henne (Avi) 19:17; 5, Brad Bonnema (Napl) 19:30; 6, Brett Baldwin (Napl) 19:44; 7, Philip Ozgul (Avi) 19:50; 8, Cullen Harper (Napl) 19:54; 9, Josh Masters (Napl) 19:56; 10, Hunter Christian (Napl) 20:08

At VilseckBoysVilseck 15, Ansbach 40, Hohenfels incomplete1, Ben Nelson (Vils) 17:36; 2, Michael Nelson (Vils) 17:52; 3, David Lance (Vils) 18:58; 4, Andrew Zdeb (Vils) 19:09; 5, Brent Hoffman (Vils) 19:46; 6, Richard Griffith (Vils) 19:46; 7, Phillip Ramirez (Vils) 19:59; 8, Kennith Hopkins (Vils) 20:01; 9, Zack Rogers (Vils) 20:44; 10, Leonard Becker (Vils) 20:58GirlsVilseck 15, Ansbach and Hohenfels incomplete1, Zoey Viera 21:13 (Course record. Old record, holder and date unavailable); 2, Malia Carson (Vils) 21:23; 3, Sydney Parker (Vils) 22:56; 4, Laura Pleak (Ansb) 24:25; 5, Marcella Rodriguez (Vils) 25:52; 6, Sabrina Becker (Vils) 27:37; 7, Bryana Brooks (Ansb) 27:41; 8, Meraleigh Randle (Vils) 28:11; 9, Breanna Totty (Vils) 29:43; 10, Rebecca Inman (Vils) 30:32

At SHAPEBoysSHAPE 18, St. John’s 47, Bitburg 146, Brussels incomplete1, Jorge Alcalde (SHP) 16:42; 2, Gavin McLaren (SHP) 16:47; 3, Tim Silcock (StJ) 17:09; 4, Matt Lengyel (SHP) 17:13; 5, Miguel Peco (SHP) 17:25; 6, Josh Moran (SHP) 17:27; 8, Conrad Inch (SHP) 17:49; 9, Ed Britt (SHP) 17:58; 10, Matthew Deutsch (StJ) 18:15GirlsSt. John’s 38, SHAPE 38 (tie broken by fastest 6th-place finisher), Brussels 45, Bitburg incomplete1, Mishal Cotugno (SHP) 19:36; 2, Ali DeFazzio (Brus) 19:40; 3, Emma Martensson (StJ) 20:04; 4, Karoline Sorensen (SHP) 20:15; 5, Anna Brooke Lowery (StJ) 20:29; 6, Keneally Phelan (SHP) 20:42; 7, Jess Renshaw (StJ) 20:44; 8, Emma McLaughlin (Brus) 20:51; 9. Coral Taylor (StJ) 21:35; 10, Jessica Vahrenhorst (Brus) 21:40Noteworthy — According to SHAPE coach Stewart Foster, a middle-schooler, Eugenie Gulowsen, was the fastest overall girl with a clocking of 19:20.

At WiesbadenBoysWiesbaden 36, Ramstein 41, Frankfurt International School 60, Baumholder 991, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 16:28 (Course record. Old record 16:55 by Baudoin Fort (ISB) 2009); 2, Charlie Haywood (FIS) 17:10; 3, Alexander Dobbs (FIS) 17:26; 4, Thomas Lambert (Rams) 17:41; 5, Brian Cavanaugh (Rams) 17:48; 6, Kelsey Thomoas (Wies) 17:52; 7, Nate Gerber (Wies) 18:02; 8, Alex Wieman (Wies) 18:10; 9, Galen McCarver (Rams) 18:11; 10, Dominic Sparks (Baum) 18:24GirlsRamstein 26, Frankfurt International School 40, Wiesbaden 60, Baumholder incomplete1, Anna Priddy (Rams) 20:04 (Course record. Old record 21:12 by Natalie Pecoraro (FIS) 2010); 2, Alexis Vermeire (Rams) 20:42; 3, Marisa Venzel (FIS) 21:11; 4, Lilli Schultz (FIS) 21:30; 5, Tallie Elbert (Rams) 21:36; 6. Michelle Spielberg (FIS) 21:40; 7, Lauren Codina (Rams) 22:24; 8, Vicky Adriano (Baum) 22:35; 9, Gabriella Lawrence (Wies) 22:52; Sophia Sarver (Wies) 23:03

At Menwith HillBoysLakenheath 24, Alconbury 36, Menwith Hill incomplete1, Ben Nelson (Alc) 18:32; 2, Austin Middleton (Lake) 18:35; 3, Paul Mako (Lake) 19:13. Other results unavailableGirlsLakenheath 15, Alconbury and Menwith Hill incomplete1, Marra Yancey (Lake) 19:46; 2, Ashley Cazier (Alc) 20:57; 3, Kaitlin Coogan (Lake) 21:05. Other results unavailable.

At MarymountBoysAmerican Overseas School of Rome 25, Vicenza 71, Marymount International School of Rome 86, American School of Milan and Sigonella incomplete1, Jason Black (Sig) 16:38; 2, Tyler Holder (Vicz) 16:53; 3, Pietro Dinmore (AOSR) 16:55; 4, Lucas Miller (AOSR) 17:57; 5, Josh Diaz (AOSR) 18:29; 6, Levi Freeman (AOSR) 18:36; 7, Ethan Metzler (AOSR) 18:49; 8, Ikuma Tanaka (Mmt) 18:55; 9, Francesco Dinmore (AOSR) 18:59; 10, Olaf Bergeson (AOSR) 19:14GirlsAmerican Overseas School of Rome 27, Marymount International School of Rome 55, Vicenza 68, American School of Milan and Sigonella incomplete1, Savannah Cuthberson (AOSR) 21:00; 2, Gabriella Wiley (Mmt) 22:49; 3, Lori Nsimpasi (Mmt) 23:35; 4, Tamar Ziff (AOSR) 23:46; 5, Amelia Bergeson (AOSR) 23:47; 6, Meghan Hayes (AOSR) 23:59; 7, Amanda Caylne (Vicz) 25:07; 8, Anna Diaz (AOSR) 25:55; 9, Danielle Maldonado (AOSR) 25:56; 10, Maddie Craweley (AOSR) 26:22

Tennis(Individual forfeits not listed but included in team scoring. Generally, No. 1s play best-of-3 sets; all others single 8-game pro sets. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses)

Saturday at AnkaraGirlsIncirlik 2, Ankara 0Ariella Joswick def. Shokhida Karimov 6-1, 6-0; Polen Gogce and Anna Carmichael def. Diane Kim and Aygerim Temirbek 6-2, 6-1BoysAnkara 1, Incirlik 0(Forfeit)

Saturday at BaumholderGirlsBitburg 9, Baumholder 0Kaitlyn Miller def. Adwoa Sika 6-0, 6-0; Katelyn White def. Victoria Williams 8-0; Annemarie Clark def. Elvia Salazar 8-0; Kelsey Downer def. Simone Bugett 8-1; White and Clark def. Sika and Salazar 6-1, 6-0; Downer and Miller def. Williams and Bugett 8-1BoysBaumholder 4, Bitburg 2Cameron Koch (Baum) def. Jeremy Lewis 6-3, 6-2; Justin Owens (Baum) def. Dylan Cole 8-4; Robert King (Baum) def. Sam Waggeman 8-3; Joe Foster (Bitb) def. Robert Killian 8-0; Koch and Owens def. Lewis and Cole 6-2, 6-2; Foster and Weggeman def. King and Killiam 8-0

Saturday at SchweinfurtGirlsSchweinfurt 3, Ansbach 1Jordan Callhan (Ansb) def. Dezserae Rigdon 6-1, 6-4; Krystal Lopez(Schw) def. Becca Eastvold 8-1; Lopez and Rogdon def.Callahan and Eastvold 6-1, 6-2BoysSchweinfurt 3, Ansbach 1Edwin Farinaci (Schw) def. Rian Lietzan 6-0, 6-4; Doug Erickkson (Ansb) def. Michael Johnson-Gonzalez 8-6; Johnathan Romine (Schw) def. Zac Swedes 8-1; Johnson-Gonzalez and Farinaci def.Damany Priest and Lietzan 6-4, 6-1

Saturday at WiesbadenBoysWiesbaden 5, Ramstein 4Evin Alarilla (Wies) def. Lee DeBose 6-3, 6-3; Aryan Von Eicken (Rams) def. Charlie Hill 8-1; Forrest Kamperman (Rams) def. John Arnold 8-6; Cooper Abernathy (Wies) def. Nathan Setka 8-4; Vincent Matsayko (Wies) def. Matt Bolan 8-2; Alfred Johnson (Wies) def. Josh Seawell 8-3; Kamperman and Von Eicken def. Hill and Arnold 6-1, 6-1; DeBose and Setka def. Alarilla and Abernathy 8-6; Matsayko and Johnson def. Wolfe and N. Hering 8-4GirlsRamstein 7, Wiesbaden 2Meghan Augsburger (Rams) def. Heather Boehme 6-2, 6-0; Michaela Corral (Rams) def. Kristy Hess 8-0; Olivia Rockwell (Rams) def. Katie Mosley 8-0; Olivia Hering (Rams) def. Christine Sunga 8-4; Sydney Townsend (Rams) def. Emily Dill 8-0; Allison Adams (Rams) def. Liz Dizor 8-2; Corral and Rockwell def. Hess and Mosley 6-1, 6-0; Boehme and Dill def. Cllaire Cabiness and Stewart 8-1; Sunga and Dizor def. Grantham and H. Hering 8-5

Thursday at BrusselsGirlsAFNORTH 9, Brussels 0Taylor Bonenclark def. Claire Rumery 7-6 (7-1); Hope Bonenclark def. Lilian Yedigarian 8-0; Grace Katzenson def. Patricia Rudy 8-2; Emily Young def. Laura Yedigarian 8-4; Sarah Seitz def. Hannah Sadler 8-1; Tori Murdock def. Cassie Brown 8-3; Young and H. Bonenclark def. Rudy and L. Yedigarian 6-1, 6-0; T. Bonenclrak and Katzenson def. Rumery and Sadler 8-1; Seitz and Murdock def. Sierra Stockley and Lola Helbling 8-2BoysAFNORTH 8, Brussels 1Westin McKinney (AFN) def. Danny Helbling 6-1, 6-0; Jamie Hunt (Brus) def. Saverio Young 9-8 (10-7); Matt Kennear (AFN) def. Merab Chitanava 8-0; Markus Bauer (AFN) def. Imran Ahmic 8-1; Tyler Beauter (AFN) def. Max Hale 10-8; McKinney and Young def. Hunt and Helbling 6-0, 6-1; Kennear and Bauer def. Ahmic and Chitanava 8-4

Saturday at ISBBoysSHAPE 6, International School of Brussels 3Dimitrios Stavropoulos (SHP) def. Sergio Valdes 6-0, 6-4; Alvaro Sanchez (SHP) def. Thomas Cahill 8-4; Peter Viryani (ISB) def. Aaron Yip 8-5; Brian Yip (SHP) def. Simen Bye 8-6; Cedric Pollen (ISB) def. Travis Phelan 8-6; Thomas Muldoon (SHP) def. Fillipo Maggioni 8-5; Valdes and Shotaro Shobu def. Sanchez and A. Yip 6-4, 3-6, 10-5 (super tiebreaker); Stavropoulos and B. Yip def. Viranyi and Maxime Dumortier 8-4; Phelan and Muldoon def. Oj. Goel and Jaewan Bahk 8-3GirlsInternational School of Brussels 9, SHAPE 0Yu Murakami def. Selena Suparman 6-2, 6-3; Sayaka Goto def. Eliska Reimannova 8-0; Haley Tan def, Leyre Banos 8-0; Hikari Ishimura def. Mikayla Walker 8-1; Hitomi Kimura def. Hannah Kvalik 8-3; Evelien De Nil def. Brooke Lyonnnais 8-2; Tan and Goto def. Suparman and Reimannova 6-1, 6-2; Kimura and Ishimura def. Walker and Banos 8-2; Murakami and De Nil def, Kvalvik and Lyonnais 8-2

Saturday at LakenheathGirlsKaiserslautern 6, Lakenheath 3Erica Ripley (Lake) def. Alexandra Proto 6-0, 7-5; Hannah Schenk (Kais) def. Kelsey Rodriguez 8-6; Emma Nicholson (Kais) def. Roxanne Manuelito 8-5; Artisia Hidalgo (Lake) def. Anna Langholz 8-3; Jana Cain (Kais) def. Rustine Azur 8-4; Katelyn Abbott (Kais) def. Taryn Williams 8-1; Williams and Dominee Roehm def. Schenk and Nicholson 4-6, 6-2, 6-4; Pproto and Langholz def. Arianna Lemieux and Angelika Glodo 8-2; Cain and Abbott def. Angel Morgan and Julian Baet 8-2BoysKaiserslautern 8, Lakenheath 1Chris Jastrab (Kais) def. Sam Armstrong 6-1, 6-2; Erik Langholz (Kais) def Caleb Wilson 8-1; Chris martin (Kais) def. Keith Koehler 8-3; Erik Rushing (Lake) def. Josh Place 8-3; Josh Merchat (Kais) def. Ethan Hall 8-4; Eli Crouch (Kais) def. Nick Rodriguez 8-4; Jastrab and Langholz def. Ben Cates and Sean Mileski 6-2, 6-0; Martin and Crouoch def. Alex Hall and Alex Exline 8-3; Place and Merchat def. Brett Freeman and Erik Hedstrom 8-1

Saturday at VilseckGirlsVilseck 7, Hohenfels 2Casey Leon (Hoh) def. Christy Chanin 6-0, 6-0; India Pinkney (Vils) def. Lisa Bourgeois 9-7; Amy Maitner (Vils) def. Rachel Fellinger 8-0; Carolyn Pippin (Vils) def. Brittany Jacques 8-3; Deepika Singh (Vils) def. Ann Dillon 8-5; Keilani Barrineau (Vils) def. Delaney McKinney 8-0; C. Bourgeois and Leon def. Pinkney and Maitner 6-0, 6-0; Pippin and Singh def. L. Bourgeois and Fellinger 8-2; Kendzierski and Lohmeier def. Holland and Dillon 8-3BoysVilseck 5, Hohenfels 4Rene Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Gabe Ruiz 6-3, 6-0; Jacob Witty (Hoh) def. Miguel Cordero 8-3; Sage Thornbrugh (Vils) def. Nathan Witty 8-2; Calvin Hickman (Vils) def. Cody Coon 8-6; Nathan Petersen (Vils) def. Tony Williams 8-6; Chandler Davidson (Vils) def. Nathan Jorgensen 8-3; Cordero and Thornbrugh def. Fisher and J. Witty 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); Bourgeois and N. Witty def. Hickman and Petersen 8-1; Coon and Butler def. Davidson and Villalon 8-5

Volleyball(Rally-point scoring. Varsities play best-of-5 sets; JVs best-of-3. Boys’ volleyball is played solely in the Mediterranean region of DODDS-Europe)

BoysFriday at AvianoAviano def. Naples 31-29, 19-25, 19-25, 25-20, 15-11

Saturday at AvianoNaples def. Aviano 25-21, 25-27, 25-16, 25-22

Friday at MilanAmerican Overseas School of Rome def. American School of Milan 25-13, 27-25, 25-23

Saturday at MilanAOSR def. American School of Milan 25-16, 25-17, 25-21

GirlsSaturday at VilseckVilseck def. Hohenfels 25-12., 25-19, 25-19Noteworthy — Vilseck coach Brian Swenty reported 22 assists for Taylor Hall, 8 kills for Mariah Morris, 8 kills and 6 aces on 14-of-14 serving by Sharmil Wyatt.Patch def. Bamberg 25-14, 25-16, 25-19Hohenfels def. Patch 25-16, 25-21, 25-19Vilseck def, Bamberg 25-18, 25-10, 25-22Notworthy — Swenty credited Deraj’ McClinton with 10 digs, 7 aces and 4 kills and Sidni Beaulieu-Hains with 6 acesVilseck JV def. Hohenfels JV 28-26, 25-19Patch JV def. Bamberg JV 25-21, 19-25, 15-3Patch JV def. Hohenfels JV 25-18, 25-10Vilseck JV def. Bamberg JV 25-18, 25-20

Saturday at WiesbadenRamstein def. Wiesbaden 21-25, 25-17, 26-24, 25-20Noteworthy — According to Wiesbaden coach Linnea Velsvaag, Ramstein got 8 kills from Sarah Szybist; 14 assists, 8 aces and 6 kills from Sarah Scholler; 18 digs and 4 aces from Sade Upshaw, and 13 assists and 3 kills from Karlijn Van Gaalen. Wiesbaden’s standouts were Andrea Arnold and Michelle Schonberg (each served 23-of-24) and Kaitlyn Velsvaag (7 assists, 3 kills and an ace). Arnold handed out 4 assists, and Schonberg posted 8 aces and 5 kills.Wiesbaden def. Bitburg 25-22, 23-25, 18-25, 25-22, 18-16Noteworthy — For Bitburg, Melissa Menschel registered 16 kills, 2 blocks; Michele Morrison was 23-of-23 serving with 9 kills and 2 blocks, and Lydia Horn chalked up 8 assists and 2 kills. For Wiesbaden, Arnold served 28-of-29 with an ace; Schonberg served 23-of-25 with 4 aces and a kill, and Meghan Smith was perfect serving. She also made 3 kills and 3 blocks.Ramstein def. Bitburg 25-7, 25-10, 25-15Noteworthy — Upshaw made 15 digs; Szybist and Kelsey Freeman each made 6 kills, and Schiller served 15 aces and handed out 12 assists. Menschel made 4 kills and a block for Bitburg.

Friday at MarymountInternational School of Florence def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-15, 8-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-13

Saturday at MarymountInternational School of Florence def. Marymount International School of Rome 18-25, 25-19, 25-18, 25-22

Saturday at Kandern, GermanyHeidelberg def. Kaiserslautern 25-18, 25-14, 25-19Noteworthy — According to Heidelberg statistician Sharon Murray-Roberts, Heidelberg benefited from 23 assists by Rebecca Luna; 10 kills by Allison Gunsch, 6 by Emma Roberts, 5 each by Carrie Smith and Aaliyah Woods, 4 by Sam Markowski and 3 by Rebecca Ellis. Ellis was 13-for-13 serving, with 3 aces.Heidelberg def. Black Forest Academy 25-9, 25-12, 25-10Noteworthy — Gunsch added 6 kills and 9 aces; Katie Perotta pulled off 6 digs; Markowski, who put away 3 kills, served 5 aces, just behind the 6 aces served by Chelsea McCarty. Heidelberg remained unbeaten for the season.

Friday at AvianoNaples def. Aviano 16-25, 25-12, 25-27, 25-19, 15-11Noteworthy — According to Aviano coach Pam Hillestad, Aviano got 16 assists from Giulia Silvi, 14 digs from Danielle Lippert and 13 digs and 5 kills from Devin Franco.

Saturday at AvianoAviano def. Naples 29-27, 13-25, 27-25, 25-18Noteworthy — Hillestad reported 25 assists for Silvi, 8 kills each for Franco and Megan Duck, 11 digs each from Franco and Valeri Miller and 10 digs from Lippert. For Naples, Giovanna Trigg served 11 aces on Saturday; for the two days she registered 59 assists. Vicki Krause totaled 26 kills over the two days, and Isabel Krause and Jackie Lund each accumulated 18 kills.

Friday at AnkaraAnkara Sports Association InvitationalPool playAnkara def. Deutsche Schule Ankara 25-18, 25-9Incirlik def. Ankara 25-20, 23-25, 15-9Noteworthy — According to Ankara coach Tim Redden, loss was first of season for Ankara.

Saturday at AnkaraASA pool playIncirlik def. Deutsche Schule Ankara 25-8, 25-4ASA semifinalsAnkara def. Bilkent Laboratory and International School 25-20, 10-25, 25-15Incirlik def. Pakistani Embassy International Study Group 25-17, 25-14ASA championshipAnkara def. Incirlik 25-18, 25-23, 25-14Noteworthy — According to Redden, who organized this event five years ago, Ankara won the tournament for the first time behind seven straight serves by Marta Wojciechowska to close out the final game. In Game 2, Incirlik captain Kyara Nieves served five straight points to cut into Ankara’s late 24-17 lead.

Friday at SigonellaVicenza def. Sigonella 22-25, 27-25, 26-24, 25-14Noteworthy - According to Sigonella coach Shawn McCarthy, Danielle Ellis (13 kills, 5 blocks, 8 assists) Lorena Somera (11 assists) and Tia Juliano (7 kills) paced Vicenza. Sigonella’s leaders were Rachel Vosler (9 assists, 6 kills, 5 blocks, 4 aces) and Deeanna Brown (8 assists, 4 kills, 2 blocks)

Saturday at SigonellaVicenza def. Sigonella 25-20, 25-23, 25-13Noteworthy — McCarthy reported 15 assists, 7 kills, 3 blocks for Ellis; 7 kills and 3 digs for Natalie Lovelace, and 8 kills for Juliano. Vosler came up with 6 assists, 5 blocks, 4 kills and an ace, and Brown posted 4 kills, 4 blocks and 4 assists.

Saturday at LakenheathMenwith Hill def. Lakenheath 12-25, 26-28, 25-18, 27-25, 15-6Noteworthy — According to Lakenheath coach Michael Mickenberg, D-3 Menwith Hill prevailed over their hosts from D-1 behind 20 assists, 9 aces and 3 kills by Hannah Huntington; 12 kills, 3 blocks and 5 aces by All-European Kaia Pierce, 9 digs and 8 aces by Sarah Hoover, and 4 kills and 5 aces by Brittany Dixon. Lakenheath’s leaders were Jourdan Hodge (10 kills, 13 blocks, 4 aces), Brittany Harmon (12 aces, 3 kills), Kaelan Rasmussen (10 assists, 8 aces, 2 kills), and Tracy McCall and Nikki Gill with 6 aces each.Alconbury def. Brussels 25-12, 25-17, 25-16Noteworthy — For Alconbury, Ashley Goluba posted 4 aces, 8 assists; Hailey Sorensen registered 7 aces, 5 kills, 2 blocks, and Ashley Steele had 5 aces, 3 kills. Brussels got 8 digs from Sindi Shahu, 6 from Helena Desancic and 4 from Dominique Poitier.SHAPE def. Lakenheath 25-20, 25-14, 25-21Noteworthy — Kelli Fleming made 11 blocks, served 5 aces and put away 3 kills for Lakenheath, which got 9 kills and 6 blocks from Hodge.SHAPE def. Alconbury 25-20, 25-14, 25-7Noteworthy — Goluba chalked up 2 aces, 2 assists and a kill for Alconbury.Menwith Hill def. Brussels 13-25, 26-24, 21-25, 25-20, 15-12Noteworthy — Pierce (11 digs, 10 kills, 3 aces) amd Huntington (10 assists, 5 aces) led Menwith Hill; Brussels’ leaders were Desancic with 5 kills and Knezic with 6 assists.SHAPE JV def. Alconbury JV 25-21, 25-17Lakenheath JV def. SHAPE JV 25-23, 25-17Lakenheath JV def. Alconbury JV 25-15, 25-7

CorrectionThe order of finish for the Naples girls cross country team was incorrect in an earlier version of this article.


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