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Ramstein's Anna Priddy leads the pack at the start of the cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. She won in 19 minutes, 21.7 seconds, ahead of teammates Jessica Kafer, directly behind her, Alexis Vermeire, right, and Alexandra DeFazio of Brussels, second from right.

Ramstein's Anna Priddy leads the pack at the start of the cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. She won in 19 minutes, 21.7 seconds, ahead of teammates Jessica Kafer, directly behind her, Alexis Vermeire, right, and Alexandra DeFazio of Brussels, second from right. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Ramstein's Anna Priddy leads the pack at the start of the cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. She won in 19 minutes, 21.7 seconds, ahead of teammates Jessica Kafer, directly behind her, Alexis Vermeire, right, and Alexandra DeFazio of Brussels, second from right.

Ramstein's Anna Priddy leads the pack at the start of the cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. She won in 19 minutes, 21.7 seconds, ahead of teammates Jessica Kafer, directly behind her, Alexis Vermeire, right, and Alexandra DeFazio of Brussels, second from right. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Ramstein's Anna Priddy won the cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday in 19 minutes, 21.7 seconds, ahead of teammates Jessica Kafer, 19:52.4 and Alexis Vermeire, 20:22.3.

Ramstein's Anna Priddy won the cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday in 19 minutes, 21.7 seconds, ahead of teammates Jessica Kafer, 19:52.4 and Alexis Vermeire, 20:22.3. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Kaiserslautern's Michael Lawson led from start to finish in the boys cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. He won the race in 16 minutes, 36.4 seconds ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Lambert, behind Lawson at left, and teammate Matt Finley, right.

Kaiserslautern's Michael Lawson led from start to finish in the boys cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. He won the race in 16 minutes, 36.4 seconds ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Lambert, behind Lawson at left, and teammate Matt Finley, right. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Kaiserslautern's Michael Lawson sprints to the finish line in the boys cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. He won the race in 16 minutes, 36.4 seconds ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Lambert, and teammate Matt Finley.

Kaiserslautern's Michael Lawson sprints to the finish line in the boys cross country race in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. He won the race in 16 minutes, 36.4 seconds ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Lambert, and teammate Matt Finley. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Kaiserslautern's Grace Gonzalez-Flores, left, and Baumholder's Joanna Oviedo battle for the point at the net in high school volleyball action in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. The home team won 25-18, 20-25, 25-11, 25-21.

Kaiserslautern's Grace Gonzalez-Flores, left, and Baumholder's Joanna Oviedo battle for the point at the net in high school volleyball action in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. The home team won 25-18, 20-25, 25-11, 25-21. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Kaiserslautern's Kalynn Richardson, right, knocks the ball over the net against the defense of Baumholder's Joanna Oviedo. Kaiserslautern beat Baumholder 25-18, 20-25, 25-11, 25-21 at home on Saturday. Watching the action at left is Tonje Lunde and Alexis Berg at center.

Kaiserslautern's Kalynn Richardson, right, knocks the ball over the net against the defense of Baumholder's Joanna Oviedo. Kaiserslautern beat Baumholder 25-18, 20-25, 25-11, 25-21 at home on Saturday. Watching the action at left is Tonje Lunde and Alexis Berg at center. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Baumholder's Sammi Bundy dives for the ball in the Lady Bucs' 25-18, 25-20, 25-10 loss to Wiesbaden in Kaiserslautern, on Saturday. In the background are Wiesbaden's Andrea Arnold, left, and Annette Hutzky.

Baumholder's Sammi Bundy dives for the ball in the Lady Bucs' 25-18, 25-20, 25-10 loss to Wiesbaden in Kaiserslautern, on Saturday. In the background are Wiesbaden's Andrea Arnold, left, and Annette Hutzky. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

In a battle of number 10s at the net, Kaiserslautern's Grace Gonzalez-Flores, left, goes against Wiesbaden's Andrea Arnold. Wiesbaden won the match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday, 25-14, 25-19, 25-19.

In a battle of number 10s at the net, Kaiserslautern's Grace Gonzalez-Flores, left, goes against Wiesbaden's Andrea Arnold. Wiesbaden won the match in Kaiserslautern on Saturday, 25-14, 25-19, 25-19. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

Kaiserslautern's Rachel Griep, left, tries to block against Wiesbaden's Kirsten Velsvaag in high school volleyball action in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Wiesbaden won the match 25-14, 25-19, 25-19.

Kaiserslautern's Rachel Griep, left, tries to block against Wiesbaden's Kirsten Velsvaag in high school volleyball action in Kaiserslautern on Saturday. Wiesbaden won the match 25-14, 25-19, 25-19. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

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High school

FootballFriday’s resultsAviano 6, Vicenza 0Wiesbaden 41, Kaiserslautern 6Saturday’s resultsBitburg 41, International School of Brussels 0Ramstein 15, Heidelberg 7Naples 41, Ansbach 40Vilseck 40, Filton 12Baumholder 25, AFNORTH 6SHAPE 33, Brussels Bulls 16Rota 46, Menwith Hill 0Patch 21, Lakenheath 0Bamberg 38, Brussels 6Hohenfels 50, Schweinfurt 2

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

BoysFriday at AvianoAviano def. Marymount International School of Rome 21-25, 25-19, 25-21, 25-13

Saturday at AvianoAviano def. Marymount 25-14, 25-19, 25-22Noteworthy — Aviano coach Lou Lucidi credited “great overall teamwork” for the victory.

Friday at SigonellaAmerican Overseas School of Rome def. Sigonella 22-25, 25-20, 25-12, 25-22Noteworthy — Sigonella coach Ross Brand provided the following statistics for his key players: 7 kills, 2 blocks for Chris McKissick; 4 kills for Darrion Sands; and 4 kills, 3 blocks for Dontay Graham.

Saturday at SigonellaAOSR def. Sigonella 18-25, 25-18, 25-10, 25-16Noteworthy — Excelling for Sigonella, according to Brand, were McKissick (18 kills, 4 blocks, 2 aces), Sands (2 kills, 2 aces and a block), Graham (2 kills, 2 blocks) and Austin Bay (7 assists and a kill)

Saturday at VicenzaVicenza def. Naples 19-25, 16-25, 25-17, 25-14, 15-11Vicenza def. Naples 25-19, 25-16, 25-17

Saturday at MilanAmerican School of Milan def. International School of Florence 26-24, 25-19, 25-18American School of Milan def. International School of Florence 25-17, 17-25, 25-15, 25-21

GirlsSaturday at BambergHeidelberg def. Bamberg 25-10, 25-15, 25-21Noteworthy — According to Heidelberg statistician Sharon Murray-Roberts, Heidelberg benefited from 9 kills and 3 digs by Allison Gunsch and 5 kills each by Carrie Smith and Aneli Whitford. Rebecca Luna, who served 2 aces and came up with 2 digs, handed out 14 assists for Heidelberg, which got 6 aces and 2 digs from Emma Roberts, who also put away a kill. Smith served 5 aces and Whitford 4.Heidelberg def. Vilseck 25-15, 25-15, 25-12Noteworthy — Gunsch, who came up with 2 digs, and Whitford each collected 6 kills in the victory over the defending European D-I champions, Murray-Roberts reported. The younger Roberts, who tied Gunsch with a team-high 4 aces, put away 5 kills and added a block kill to Heidelberg’s totals, while Luna, who handed out 10 assists, served 3 aces and made 3 kills to help Heidelberg stay unbeaten this season.

Friday at SigonellaSigonella def. American Overseas School of Rome 24-26, 25-22, 16-25, 25-11, 15-11Noteworthy — Sigonella coach Shawn McCarthy reported 14 assists, 7 aces, 6 kills, and 2 blocks for Rachel Vosler; 11 assists, 3 aces, 2 kills and 2 blocks for Deeanna Brown; 8 kills for Alessia Briggs and 4 aces for Halie Gasporra.

Saturday at SigonellaAOSR def. Sigonella 22-25, 25-17, 25-27, 28-26, 15-11Noteworthy — Saturday, Sigonella benefited from 7 assists and 4 aces by Vosler and 6 assists, 4 kills and 2 blocks by Brown.

Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsAFNORTH def. Brussels 25-15, 25-18, 25-16Noteworthy — AFNORTH coach Kevin Padron reported 20 assists for Lady Lions’ Rylee McKinney. Her AFNORTH teammates Sara Sawyer (10 kills, 6 blocks), Gentiana Ciko (9 digs) and Abby Kinnear (10 kills , 5 assists) also excelled. For Brussels, Sindi Shahu came up with 2 digs.Ramstein def. AFNORTH 25-21, 25-20, 25-15Noteworthy — For Ramstein, Padron reported, Sarah Szybist made 12 kills, Sarah Schiller 20 assists, and Sade Upshaw 3, kills, 3 aces and 50 passes. AFNORTH’s leaders against Ramstein were Sawyer (8 kills, 4 blocks) Paige Grassman (10 assists, 4 kills) and Kinnear (5 kills, 5 assists).Ramstein def. Brussels 25-10, 25-3, 25-14Noteworthy — Szybist and Kelsey Freeman each put away 7 kills for Ramstein, which got 24 assists and 6 aces from Schiller and 5 aces from Anna Griffin. Nina Knezic made 2 kills for Brussels, which got 7 digs from Ana-Marija Vasileva and 2 digs from Helena Desanic.Ramstein JV def. AFNORTH JV 25-19, 25-15, 25-12

Friday at AvianoAviano def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-11, 25-13, 25-14Noteworthy — According to coach Pam Hillestad, Aviano got 5 kills from Katlyn Atchley, 9 aces from Giulia Silvi and 7 aces from Devin Franco.

Saturday at AvianoAviano def. Marymount 25-14, 25-22, 25-4Noteworthy — Hillestad reported 13 kills for McKenzie Roers and 16 assists for Silvi.

Saturday at VicenzaNaples def. Vicenza 25-16, 25-8, 23-25, 25-21Naples def. Vicenza 25-18, 22-25, 16-25, 25-18, 16-14Noteworthy — According to assistant coach Ashley Anderson, Vicenza’s Tia Juliano had 16 kills, 4 blocks and 4 digs; Alexandra Frank served a total of 29 points for the day with one straight run of 10 points and had 11 digs; Lorena Somera had 9 assists; Natalie Lovelace had 6 digs; Danielle Ellis had 9 kills, 8 blocks and 4 assists. For Naples, Isabel Krause made 8 total blocks. In Match 2, Naples got 11 kills and 2 blocks from Victoria Krause and 9 kills from Jackie Lund.

Saturday at KaiserslauternKaiserslautern def. Baumholder 25-18, 20-25, 25-11, 25-21Wiesbaden def. Baumholder 25-18, 25-20, 25-10Wiesbaden def. Kaiserslautern 25-14, 25-19, 25-19

Saturday at LakenheathLakenheath def. Bitburg 27-25, 25-22, 21-25, 19-25, 16-14Noteworthy — For Lakenheath, coach Michael Mickenberg reported, Jouordan Hodge and Kelli Fleming each posted 6 kills. Hodge posted 9 blocks and Fleming 3.SHAPE def. Bitburg 25-7, 25-15, 25-14Noteworthy — Mickenberg reported 10 aces and 7 kills for All-European Teresa Muldoon and 11 aces and 5 kills for Ashley Seiler.SHAPE def. Lakenheath 25-10, 25-17, 25-16Noteworthy — According to Mickenberg, Seiler made 12 kills; Muldon 5 for SHAPE. Nikki Gill came up with 5 digs for Lakenheath; her teammate Tiffany Truedell came up with 4.

Saturday at AnsbachAnsbach def. Black Forest Academy 25-7, 25-11, 25-7Ansbach def. Hohenfels 25-12, 25-5, 13-25, 25-23Schweinfurt def. Black Forest Academy 25-17, 26-24, 25-10Schweinfurt def. Hohenfels 25-18, 25-15, 25-23Ansbach JV def. BFA JV 25-3, 25-9Hohenfels JV def. Ansbach JV 25-19, 25-20BFA JV def Schweinfurt JV 25-19, 18-25, 17-15Schweinfurt JV def. Hohenfels JV 25-12, 26-28, 15-10

Saturday at MilanInternational School of Florence def. American School of Milan 25-16, 25-10, 25-18International School of Florence def. American School of Milan 25-16, 25-2, 25-21

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

At SigonellaGirlsAmerican Overseas School of Rome 15, Sigonella incomplete1, Savannah Cuthbertson (AOSR) 22:42; 2, Meghan Hayes (Sig) 26:05; 3, Amelia Bergeson (AOSR) 26:34; 4, Maddie Carwile (AOSR) 27:56; 5, Danielle Carwile (AOSR) 28:42; 6, Anna Diaz (AOSR) 30:26; 7, Alex Loor (Sig) 34:00; 8, Alex Goergen (Sig) 34:19; 9, None; 10, NoneBoysAOSR 21, Sigonella 271, Jason Balck (Sig) 17:54; 2, Pietro Dinsmore (AOSR) 18:22; 3, Konrad Jurgens (AOSR) 19:46; 4, Levi Freeman (AOSR) 19:47; 5, Lucas Miller (AOSR) 20:19; 6, Francesco Dinsmore (AOSR) 20:20; 7, Ethan Metzler (AOSR) 20:22; 8, Joshua Diaz (AOSR) 20:39; 9, Sam Cooper (Sig) 20:59.3; 10, Olaf Bergeson (AOSR) 20:59.7

At VicenzaGirlsNaples 15, Vicenza 651, Amber Sheline (Napl) 21:25; 2, Alexandra Mack (Napl) 21:35; 3, Destiny Mora (Napl) 21:49; 4, Isabella Lucy (Napl) 22:43; 5, Kelsey Ortwein (Napl) 23:04; 6, Kyleigh Doyle (Napl) 23:06; 7, Rima Gasparini (Vicz) 23:58; 8, Alexis Cutler (Napl) 23:59; 9, Jordan Kim (Napl) 24:20; 10, Harley Williams (Napl) 24:43BoysNaples 18, Vicenza 621, John Fain (Napl) 16:03; 2, D.J. Stockman (Napl) 16:22; 3, Tyler Holderby (Vicz) 16:41; 4, Ricky Sizemore (Napl) 17:55; 5, Hunter Christian (Napl) 18:23; 6, Bradley Bonnema (Napl) 18:44; 7, Cullen Harper (Napl) 18:51; 8, Bret Baldwin (Napl) 19:00; 9, Josh Masters (Napl) 19:12; 10, Michael Curtain (Napl) 19:15

At LakenheathBoysWiesbaden 15, Lakenheath 74, Rota 1061, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 16:19; 2, Nate Gerber (Wies) 17:53; 3, Kelsey Thomas (Wies) 17:53; 4, Alex Weiman (Wies) 18:01; 5, Dakota Hendrix (Wies) 18:33; 6, Daniel Gaston (Wies) 18:59; 7, Shin Cosens (Wies) 19:04; 8, Jesse Hendrix (Wies) 19:13; 9, Paul Mako (Lake) 19:21; 10, Jason Fisico (Wies) 19:27GirlsLakenheath 15, Wiesbaden 45, Rota 1331, McKayla Boden (Lake) 20:26; 2, Marra Yancey (Lake) 20:48; 3, Shani Wilkins (Lake) 21:03; 4, Katie Coogan (Lake) 21:37; 5, Katie Claunch (Lake) 22:01; 6, Kora Gibson (Lake) 22:09; 7, Gabby Lawrence (Wies) 22:21; 8, Shena Cosens (Wies) 22:31; 9, Elena Cretain (Wies) 23:09; 10, Sophia Scarber (Wies) 23:16

At AFNORTHBoysBaumholder 16, AFNORTH 441, Dominic Sparks (Baum) 19:38; 2, Miguel Munoz (Baum) 20:44; 3, Kendrick Hairston (Baum) 21:09.5; 4, Andrew Hooks (Baum) 21:09.8; 5, Jacob Wilcox (AFN) 21:11; 6, Bryan Real (Baum) 22:16; 7, Patrick Wiggers (AFN) 22:16.2; 8, Beto Rocha (Baum) 22:16.4; 9, Gabriel Brind’Amour-Riffou (AFN) 22:47; 10, Adrian Oviedo (Baum) 22:53GirlsAFNORTH 15, Baumholder incompleteCassidy Harless (AFN) 249; 2, Vicki Adriano (Baum) 24:342; 3, Kaley Harless (AFN) 25:03; 4, Sira Thierij (AFN) 27:45; 5, Abena Agyapomaa (Baum) 28:21; 6, Rachel Holliday (Baum) 28:57; 7, Claire Riebling (AFN) 29:32; 8, Amanda Bellocq (AFN) 29:51; 9, Madeleine Booth (AFN) 30:25; 10, Rebecca Perrin (AFN) 32:48

At AvianoBoysAviano 21, Marymount International School of Rome 361, Rob Henne (Avi) 19:25; 2, Ikuma Tanaka (Mmt) 20:15; 3, Philip Ozgul (Avi) 20:56; 4, Josh Stevens (Avi) 21:25; 5, Kyle Willis (Avi) 21:41; 6, Jithin Mullappillil (Mmt) 21:47; 7, Yosuke Iwasaki (Mmt) 22:02; 8, Rawlynn Evans (Avi) 22:07; 9, Alexander Robertson (Avi) 22:35; 10, Minnea Cristea (Mmt) 22:55GirlsAviano 23, Marymount 361, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:16; 2, Caroline Wiley (Mmt) 22:57; 3, Gabrielle Wiley (Mmt) 23:02; 4, Shelby McHugh (Avi) 23:25; 5, Adrienne Bryant (Avi) 23:44; 6, Vicotia Blake (Avi) 24:32; 7, Melanie Hudson (Avi) 24:50; 8, Raquel Stevens (Avi) 25:06; 9, Kaura Sussman (Mmt) 25:10; 10, Allegra Delorenzo (Mmt) 26:23

At KaiserslauternGirlsRamstein 21, Kaiserslautern 47, Brussels 65, Bitburg and Black Forest Academy incomplete1, Anna Priddy (Rams) 19:22 (Course record. New course); 2, Jessica Kafer (Rams) 19:53; 3, Alexis Vermeire 20:23; 4, Alexandra DeFazio (Brus) 20:51; 5, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 20:59; 6, Tallie Elbert (Rams) 21:03; 7, Brianna Riffe (Kais) 21:06; 8, Veronica Houck (Kais) 21:35; 9, Lauren Codina (Rams) 21:43; 10, Emma Mclaughlin (Brus) 22:18BoysKaiserslautern 25, Ramstein 30, Black Forest Academy 86, Bitburg and Brussels incomplete1, Michael Lawson (Kais) 16:37 (Course record. New course); 2, Thomas Lambert (Rams) 17:01; 3, Matt Fiinley (Kais) 17:10; 4, George Hyde (Rams) 17:32; 5, Brian Cavanaugh (Rams) 17:38; 6, Justin Sestan (Kais) 17:47; 7, Sean Davis (Kais) 17:50.4; 8, Michael Close (Kais) 17:50.8; 9, Jackson Bargery (Rams) 17:55; 10,Mike Bowman (Rams) 18:25

At Menwith HillBoysSHAPE 15, Alconbury 72, Menwith Hill incomplete1, Jorge Alcalde (SHP) 17:36; 2, Gavin McLaren (SHP) 17:37; 3, Matthew Lengyl (SHP) 18:01; 4, Miguel Beco (SHP) 18:10; 5, Joshua Moran (SHP) 18:17; 6, Karl Kristensen (SHP) 18:36; 7, Conrad Inch (SHP) 18:42; 8, Edward Almerica (SHP) 18:49; 9, Deon Nelson (Alc) 18:50; 10, Ed Britt (SHP) 18:59GirlsSHAPE 15, Alconbury and Menwith Hill incomplete1, Karolina Sorensen (SHP) 20:59; 2, Ashley Cazier (Alc) 21:09; 3, Keneally Phelan (SHP) 21:52; 4, Breanna Rogers (MH) 23:03; 5, Clare Owens (MH) 23:20; 6, Madison Thrall (SHP) 23:46; 7, Soela Vanleishout (SHP) 24:48; 8, Alex Sherenco (Alc) 24:54; 9, Susan Northshield (SHP) 25:20; 10, Emily Miller (SHP) 25:36

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

Friday at HeidelbergBoysHeidelberg 5, Wiesbaden 4Cameron Meeker (Heid) def. Evin Alarilla 6-1, 6-1; Jack Kolodziejski (Heid) def. Charlie Hill 8-0; John Arnold (Wies) def. Wylder Raney 8-3; Nick Baxter (Heid) def. Alfred Johnson 9-8 (10-8); Devan Tisdale (Wies) def. Myles Lacy 8-1; Cooper Abernathy (Wies) def. Blue Bowen 8-1; Kolodziejski and Raney def. Hill and Arnold 6-0, 6-2; Meeker and Baxter def. Alarilla and Johnson 8-4; Abernathy and Tisdale def. Lacy and Bowen 8-5GirlsHeidelberg 9, Wiesbaden 0Gaby Tersigni def. Heather Boehme 6-1, 6-2; Amber Veranen def. Kristie Hess 8-2; Kajsa Fuhriman def. Katie Mosley 8-5; Natalie Schroter def. Emily Dill 8-1; Alison Adkins def. Liz Dizor 8-4; Sarah Keith def. Nicole Hess 8-2; Tersigni and Schroter def. Mosley and K. Hess 6-3, 6-0; Veranen and Adkins def. Boehme and Dill 8-6; Keith and Alexis Guerrero def. N. Hess and Dizor 9-8 (7-5)

Saturday at KaiserslauternBoysWiesbaden 5, Kaiserslautern 4Alarilla (Wies) def. Patrick Tremaglio 6-0, 6-0; Chris Jastrab (Kais) def. Hill 8-2; Arnold (Wies) def. Erik Langholz 9-8 (7-5); Johnson (Wies) def. David Valverde-Vargas 9-8 (7-5); Tisdale (Wies) def. Chris Martin 9-8 (9-7); Jeff Lawson (Kais) def. Vincent Matsayko 8-3; Jastrab and Langholz def. Hill and Arnold 6-4, 4-6, 6-1; Alarilla and Johsnon def. Tremaglio and Valverde-Vargas 8-1; Martin and Lawson def. Matsayko and Tisdale 9-8 (7-2)GirlsWiesbaden 7, Kaiserslautern 2Boehme (Wies) def. Hannah Schenk 6-2, 6-2; Emma Nicholson (Kais) def. K. Hess 8-1; Mosley (Wies) def. Anna Langholz 8-3; Dill (Wies) def. Katelyn Abbott 8-5; Jana Cain (Kais) def. Dizor 8-5; N. Hess (Wies) def. Alexandra McGough 6-2; Mosley and K. Hess def. Schenk and Nicholson 6-3, 1-6, 6-4; Boehme and Dill def. Abbott and Langholz 8-2; Dizor and N. Hess def. Cain and McGough 8-6

Saturday at PatchBoysPatch 8, Hohenfels 1Ajdin Tahirovic (Pat) def. Rene Bourgeois 6-0, 6-0; Dylan Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Matt Fisher 6-1; Eric Stuber (Pat) def. Jacob Witty 6-3; Devin Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Nathan Witty 7-5; James Pritchard (Pat) def. Cody Coon 6-0; Alec Basgall (Pat) def. Tony Williams 6-0; Rehwaldt and Stuber def. Fisher and J. Witty 6-1, 6-4; Bourgeois and Logan Webb (Hoh) def. Jody Tomassi and Pritchard 6-2; Rehwaldt and Basgall def. Williams and Coon 6-1GirlsPatch 6, Hohenfels 3Caroline Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Christine Young 2-6, 6-4, 6-1; Casey Leon (Hoh) def. Mallory Flynn 6-1; Tori Gilster (Pat) def. Lisa Bourgeois 6-3; Mary Kochanski (Pat) def. Rachel Fellinger 6-0; Peyton Smith (Pat) def. Brittany Jacques 6-1; Jessica Staub (Pat) def. Ann Dillon 6-0; C. Bourgeois and Leon def. Kochanski and Gilster 6-2, 6-1; Smith and Flynn def. Dillon and Jacques 6-0; Jessica Saab and Jackie Denton (Pat) def. L. Bourgeois and Fellinger 6-1

Saturday at AFNORTHGirlsAFNORTH 9, SHAPE 0Taylor Bonenclark def. Selena Suparman 6-3, 6-0; Hope Bonenclark def. Mikayla Walker 8-1; Elisa Martin def. Eliska Reimannova 8-1; Grace Katzenson def. Leyre Banos 8-2; Emily Young def. Hannah Kvalvik 8-0; Aluisa Therij def. Brooke Lyonnais 8-1; H. Bonenclark and Young def. Suparman and Reimannova 6-2, 6-0; T. Bonenclark and Katzenson def. Walker and Banos 8-0; Martin and Therij def. Kvalvik and Lyonnais 8-2BoysSHAPE 9, AFNORTH 0Dimitrios Starvropoulos def. Westin McKinney 6-3, 6-3; Alvaro Sanchez def. Saverio Young 8-0; Aaron Yip def. Matt Kinnear 8-0; Brian Yip def. Marcus Bauer 8-5; Travis Phelan def. Tyler Beauter 8-3; Brendan McMahon def. J.C. Woodbury 8-0; Sanchez and A. Yip def. McKinney and Young 3-6, 6-4, 7-5; Starvopoulos and B. Yip def. Kinnear and Bauer 8-1; Phelan and McMahon def. Beauter and (partner’s name unavailable) 8-0

Saturday at VicenzaGirlsNaples 4, Vicenza 1Katie Panian (Vicz) def. Alyssa Bracken 4-6, 6-2, 6-4; Julia Smith (Napl) def. Sam Pimentel 8-6; Mona Rajie (Napl) def. Jenna Pimentel 9-8 (7-5); Nicola Malakooti and Stacia Block (Napl) def. S. and J. Pimentel 6-4, 6-4BoysVicenza 4, Naples 3Mackenzie Roche (Vicz) def. Connor Skelton 7-5, 0-6, 6-4; John Camuso (Vicz) def. Krste Maleski 8-3; Chris Bracken (Napl) def. Sohrah Shaikh 8-3; Aaron Rodriguez (Napl) def. Tyler Gafford 8-2; Camuso and Roche def. George Shaffer and Tyler Fosdyck 6-1, 6-2; Bracken and Fosdyck def. Quinn Hurt and Shaikh 8-2

Saturday at LakenheathBoysLakenheath 9, Bitburg 0Sam Armstrong def. Jeremy Lewis 8-2; Caleb Wilson def. Dylan Cole 8-2; Ben Cates and Sean Mileski def. Lewis and Cole 8-0GirlsBitburg def. Lakenheath 9-0Kaitlyn Miller def. Erica Ripley 8-0; K.P. White def. Kelsey Rodriguez 8-3; Kelsey Downer def. Roxanne Manuelito 8-3; AnneMarie Clark def. Artisia Hidalgo 8-1; Brandy Perry def. Taryn Williames 8-0; Averi Goetz def. Angelika Glodo 8-1; White and Downer def. Katelyn Williams and Dominee Roehm 8-5; Miller and Clark def. Rustine Azure and Jaime Vittore 8-1; Goetz and Perry def. Arianna Lemieux and Williames 8-1

CorrectionBecause of a transcription error, the winner of the boys’ volleyball matches Saturday in Vicenza was erroneously reported. According to Naples coach Peter Nagafuchi, Vicenza won both matches.

Because of incorrect information provided to Stars and Stripes, scores for one of the Saturday at Ansbach games was erroneously reported. Black Forest Academy won.


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