All information used to compile high school reports is provided by home-team coaches and staffs at each event.
Volleyball(Varsity matches are rally-point best-of-5; JVs are rally-point best-of-3. In DODDS Europe, boys’ volleyball is played solely in the Mediterranean Region)
BoysSaturday’s resultsAt NaplesMarymount def. Vicenza 25-17, 25-17, 25-23Noteworthy — Milovic was credited with 9 kills; Vicenza’s Young had 6. Marymount’s Nirosh Liyanage served 9 points.
At AvianoAviano def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-14, 25-20, 25-11Noteworthy — Aviano’s Sam Hillested posted 14 kills, 3 blocks and 2 aces.
Friday’s resultsAt NaplesNaples def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-19, 25-9, 25-21Noteworthy — According to Naples coach Peter Nagafuchi, Zach Zimmerman had 7 kills and Regan Campbel 5 for defending Med champion Naples. Dusan Milovic posted 6 kills for Marymount.
Naples def. Vicenza 25-22, 25-16, 25-11Noteworthy — Zimmerman chalked up 8 kills and Campbell 9; Vicenza’s Troy Young topped them both with 10.
At MilanMilan def. Sigonella 25-14, 25-16, 25-27, 25-23Noteworthy — For Singonella, Jack Wegman registered 7 kills and 2 blocks; Chris McKissick posted 6 kills, 2 aces and 2 blocks, and Darrion Sands blocked a shot and put away 3 kills.
GirlsSaturday’s resultsAt MilanMilan def. Sigonella 25-21, 9-25, 25-23, 25-19Noteworthy - For Sigonella, Mekayla Valentine had 4 kills and 3 acces, and Erica Cartwright served 9 aces.
At NaplesVicenza def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-15, 26-24, 25-18Noteworth y— According to Naples coach David Steadham, Naples is 2-2 in Region IV play. Vicenza improved to 5-0.
At AvianoInternational School of Florence def. AOSR 25-13, 18-25, 25-22, 25-18Aviano def. AOSR 25-11, 25-8, 25-13Aviano defeated ISF 25-15, 25-18, 25-20Noteworthy — All-European Jasmine Mailoto totaled 14 kills and 4 blocks in Aviano’s twin wins, according to her coach, Pam Hillestad.
At RamsteinRamstein def. Vilseck 25-21, 27-29, 25-23, 25-17Noteworthy — Ramstein coach Hia Sebastian provided the following statistics for her team: Cayla Turain: 28/31 serves, 6 aces, 6 kills, 4 blocks, 6 defensive digs; Sarah Szybist: 21/23 serves, 6 aces, 6 defensive digs, 7 assists; Rebecca Diaz: 17/18 serves, 2 aces, 8 defensive digs; Bianca Jensen: 15/19 serves, 1 ace, 6 kills, 2 blocks, 6 defensive digs; Audrey Rasmussen: 9/21 serves, 3 aces, 4 kills, 12 sssists; Megan Hawkins: 6 kills, 4 blocks. For Vilseck, which played without All-European Anna Muzzy – who was taking SAT exams – Mariah Morris converted 17-of-39 kill attempts; Taylor Hall posted 33 assists and served 2 aces; Kim Hargrave served 3 aces, and Christie Rodriguez came up with 29 defensive digs.
Ramstein def. Mannheim 25-19, 25-17, 25-17Noteworthy — For Ramstein, Turain was 4/4 serving with an ace, 4 kills and 3 defensive digs; Diaz. 6-of-8 serving, made 4 kills and 3 defensive digs; Szybist doled out 7 assists; Rasmussen posted 9 assists and 2 kills; Hawkins made 3 solo blocks and 3 kills, and Bianca Jensen came up with an ace and 2 kills.
Vilseck def. Baumholder 25-13, 25-16, 25-19Noteworthy — Theresa Trevin served 9 aces and Rodriguez 5 for Vilseck, which got 7 kills in 16 attempts by Sidni Beauliey-Haines.
Mannheim def Baumholder 25-16, 25-21, 27-25Noteworthy — For Baumholder, Alexandra Bower was 12-of-13 serving with 7 assists and a block.
Ramstein JV def. Vilseck JV 22-25, 25-15, 15-9Ramstein JV def. Mannheim JV 25-10, 25-13Vilseck JV def. Baumholder JV 25-16, 25-15Baumholder JV def. Mannheim JV 25-21, 25-23
At AnsbachBlack Forest Academy def. Ansbach 25-11, 25-10, 25-11BFA def. Patch 25-10, 25-15, 26-24Patch def. Ansbach 25-15, 25-19, 25-21
At HohenfelsHeidelberg def. Bamberg 25-14, 25-23, 22-25, 25-20Heidelberg def. Hohenfels 25-15, 25-13, 22-25, 20-25, 15-8Hohenfels def. Bamberg 25-22, 25-20, 25-23Heidelberg JV def. Bamberg JV 25-23, 25-21Heidelberg JV def. Hohenfels JV 25-23, 25-11Bamberg JV def. Hohenfels JV 25-18, 25-7
At AlconburyAlconbury def. Menwith Hill 22-25, 25-13, 25-22, 25-21Noteworthy — Alconbury coach Susan Payne reported 7 kils for Maddy Zitka, 9 aces for Ashley Uballe, 6 kills for Savannah Fourhman and 5 kills and 2 aces for Ashley Steele. For Menwith Hill, Kaia Pierce posted 11 kills and 2 aces; Sanasia Little came up with 15 digs, 7 aces and 2 kills, and Ashley Furrow handed out 11 assists, served 4 aces and made 3 kills.
At WiesbadenWiesbaden def. Bitburg 25-16, 25-14, 25-13Noteworthy — According to coach Linnea Velsvaag, Wiesbaden got 6 kills, 4 aces and 2 digs from LeAndra Thomas; 6 aces and 4 kills from LeAmber Thomas, and 6 aces and 3 kills from Michelle Schonberg. For Bitburg, Brook Mayfield had 6 digs, 2 aces and a kill.Wiesbaden def. AFNORTH 25-15, 25-14, 28-26Noteworthy — For Wiesbaden, LeAmber Thomas racked up 17 aces and 4 kills, LeAndra Thomas had 8 aces and 5 kills, and Andrea Arnold passed out 44 assists and served 4 aces. For AFNORTH, Brenda Broadwater had 10 service points, Mary Vanatter had 9 service points and Riley McKinney had 7 kills.Bitburg def. AFNORTH 22-25, 25-19, 25-21, 25-18Noteworthy — For Bitburg, Dalasha Bizzell served up 7 aces and made 10 kills; Melissa Menschel had 6 kills and 2 blocks, and Brandy Oliver had 12 assists. For AFNORTH, Broadwater had 15 service points, Kassandra Tremblay had 17 service points and Ashley Hughes put away 9 kills.Wiesbaden JV def. Bitburg JV 21-25, 25-18, 25-23, 19-25, 15-10
At Mons, BelgiumSHAPE def. Brussels 25-11, 25-12, 26-24Noteworthy — SHAPE was led by Teresa Muldoon with 6 kills, 2 aces, and 2 assists. Freshman Ashley Seiler knocked down 7 kills and added a block for SHAPE, and her teammate Paris Johnson dealt out 6 assists and 2 kills. Brussels’ Nina Knezic and Nicky Fox put away 3 and 2 kills respectively, and Sindi Shahu posted 2 digs.SHAPE def. Lakenheath 25-13, 25-15, 15-25, 25-17Noteworthy — SHAPE improved to 5-1 for the season behind 5 kills and a block from Muldoon; 7 assists from Johnson, and 4 kills, 4 aces and 3 assists from Rachel O’Neil. Lakenheath was led by Kaelan Rasmussen with 8 aces, Jenna Potter with 6 kills and 2 blocks, and Kelli Fleming with 4 kills, 6 aces and a block.Kaiserslautern def. Lakenheath 25-21, 25-18, 25-18Noteworthy — K-Town got 5 kills, 3 aces and 2 blocks from from Karah Helm and 3 kills, 3 blocks and an ace from Liz Scher. Kelli Flemming led Lakenheath with 2 kills, 4 aces and 4 blocks.Kaiserslaurtern def. Brussels 14-25, 21-25, 25-23, 25-17, 15-6 Noteworthy — Helm provided 4 kills and 12 aces and Alexis Berg 2 kills, 4 blocks, and 2 aces to K-town. Brussels’ team leaders were Ana-Marija Vasileva with 4 kills and 4 blocks and Shahu with 5 kills.
Friday’s resultsAt NaplesNaples def. Maryount International School of Rome 25-20, 25-13, 25-15Vicenza def. Naples 25-19, 21-25, 22-25, 25-16, 15-8
Cross country(All races 5,000 meters)
Saturday’s resultsAt NaplesBoysTeam scoresNaples 15, Marymount International School of Rome incompleteIndividual results1, Ian Eversman (Napl) 16:56 (Course record, old record 16:57 by Sean Wilson of Aviano, date unavailable)2, John Fain (Napl) 18:333, Ryan Knapp (Napl) 19:134, Brad Bonnema (Napl) 19:445, Zachary Schmidt (Napl) 20:186, Dylan Kincanon (Napl) 21:347, Josh Masters (Napl) 22:058, Yosuke Iwasaki (Mmt) 22:589, Ehsan Malakooti (Napl) 24:0610. Jithin Mullappillil (Mmt) 24:47GirlsTeam scoresNaples 15, Marymount International School of Rome incompleteIndividual results1, Amber Sheline (Napl) 22:332, Caroline Wiley (Mmt) 22:513, Molly Ryan (Napl) 23:034, Katey Chartier (Napl) 23:356, Kelsey Lynch (Napl) 24:436, Emily Trombetta (Mmt) 24:567, Abigail Waller (Napl) 26:228, Wendy Nakigude (Mmt) 27:089, Hailey Caton (Napl) 27:3010, Nicolette Freeburg (Napl) 29:32
At SHAPEBoysTeam scoresPatch 17, SHAPE 55, Lakenheath 66. Brussels and International School of Brussels were incomplete.Individual results1, Tyler Gamble (Pat) 17:042, Tim Barry (Brus) 17:103, Brandon Lockridge (Pat) 17:264, Chris Brown (Pat) 17:365, Curtis Engel (SHP) 17:536, Drew Nixon (Pat) 18:077, Logan Sullivan (Pat) 18:098. Thomas Trevino (Pat) 18:209, Antonio Verones (Pat) 18:2010, James Hamilton (Pat) 18:23GirlsTeam scoresPatch 15, Lakenheath 65, Brussels 92, International School of Brussels 93, SHAPE 97Individual results1, Morgan Mahlock (Pat) 18:36 (Course record. Old record, holder and date unavailable)2, Katherine Castro (Pat) 20:103, Samantha Barglof (Pat) 20:334, Johanna Quinn (Pat) 20:365, Christina Hamilton (Pat) 20:486, Riley Heber (Pat) 21:307, Shanni Wilkins (Lake) 21:388, Kaileen Pritchart (Pat) 21:599, Julia Mendenhall (SHP) 22:1710, Britney Lockridge (Pat) 22:19
At AOSRBoysTeam scoresAmerican Overseas School of Rome 15. Vicenza and Sigonella were incomplete.Individual results1, Jason Black (Sig) 17:622, Pietro Dinmore (AOSR) 17:333, Levi Freeman (AOSR) 19:484, Jacoby Dooley (Vicz) 20:135, Francesco Dinmore (AOSR) 20:156, Lucas Miller (AOSR) 20:177, Brian Barbieri (AOSR) 20:428, Jose Serna (Sig) 20:539, Olaf Bergson (AOSR) 22:2310, Beau Murphy (Vicz) 22:27Noteworthy — Vicenza became incomplete when Tyler Holderby fell and did not finish race, according to AOSR coach Heather Irardi.GirlsTeam scoresAmerican Overseas School of Rome 15. Vicenza and Sigonella were incomplete.Individual results1, Savannah Cuthbertson (AOSR) 23:232, Tamar Ziff (AOSR) 24:423, Sara Canada (Vicz) 25:294, Amelia Bergson (AOSR) 25:305, Hannah Silsby (AOSR) 25:486, Maddie Carwile (AOSR) 25:507, Danielle Maldonado (AOSR) 26:208, Alexis Elliot (Sig) 26:259, Mya Schweinhart (Sig) 27:4110, Jordan Larsen (Vicz) 27:47Noteworthy — Middle school runner Caroline Dibble was second across the finish line in 23:48, Irardi reported.
At AvianoBoysTeam scoresAviano 15. Milan and International School of Florence were incompleteIndividual results1, Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:492, Matthew O’Brien (Avi) 20:203, Giacomo Grechi (Mil) 20:444, Derick Chiappo (ISF) 21:475, Phoenix Salter-Mack (Avi) 21:256, Devin Lewis (Avi) 22:287, Carlo D’Amato (Mil) 24:308, Kyle Willis (Avi) 24:359, Anthony Capasa (Mil) 25:0610, Griffin Bartoni (Mil) 25:17Noteworthy — Aviano middle-schooler Rob Henne clocked 20:37, according to Aviano coach Laura Corder.GirlsTeam scoresAviano 15. Milan and International School of Florence were incompleteIndividual results1, Madeline O’Brian (Avi) 22:00 (Course record. Old record 22:23 by O’Brien, October 2009)2, Shelby McHugh (Avi) 22:303, Adrienne Bryant (Avi) 23:124, Victoria Newbill (Avi) 23:405, Victoria Blake (Avi) 23:496, Ashley Ackett (Avi) 23:557, Delaney Sondag (ISF) 23:588, Alexandra Ostler (Avi) 24:009, Brighton Reyes (Avi) 24:2010, Raquel Stevens (Avi) 24:45
At BambergBoysTeam scoresVilseck 15. Ansbach, Bamberg and Hohenfels were incompleteIndividual results1, Drew Martin (Hoh) 19:102, Daniel Cochran (Hoh) 19:133, Ben Nelson (Vils) 19:204, Zack Rogers (Vils) 19:265, Michael Nelson (Vils) 19:456, Andrew Zdeb (Vils) 20:277, Sam Jones (Vils) 20:308, Scott Hammel (Vils) 20:349, Remington Edwards (Vils) 20:5910, Chris Palmer (Vils) 21:03GirlsTeam scoresVilseck 15. Ansbach, Bamberg and Hohenfels were incompleteIndividual results1, Amanda Elliott (Hoh) 21:342, Malia Carson (Vils) 22:093, Zoey Viera (Vils) 23:584, Johanna Kessler (Vils) 24:095, Alexandra Huestis (Vils) 25:026, Kaitlyn Taylor (Hoh) 25:217, Jessica Pinyan (Bamb) 25:548, Ashley Lebel (Vils) 30:329, Dushana Suemenoglu (Vils) 31:0210, Brooklyn Taylor (Vils) 31:33
At AlconburyBoysTeam scoresAlconbury 15, Menwith Hill incompleteIndividual results1, Ernestas Tyminas (Alc) 18:132, Jon Volcheck (Alc) 18:263, Jonathan Lee (Alc) 20:024, Tom Irby (Alc) 20:115, Jacob Volcheck (Alc) 21:216, Edison Kupic (Alc) 22:207, Brendan Grant (MH) 22:498, Joseph Laverly (MH) 23:029, Tyler Rocha (Alc) 23:0910, Patrick Short (Alc) 25:14.GirlsTeam scoresAlconbury 15, Menwith Hill incompleteIndividual results1, Michaela Lieb (MH) 22:532, Hannah Jerigo (MH) 23:363, Imogin Weaver (Alc) 23:494, Brianna Rogers (MH) 25:055, Alex Scherenco (Alc) 26:596, Noelle Baffa (Alc) 27:297, Chelsea Groves (MH) 28:348, Maria O’Connell (Alc) 28:579, Jessica Roycroft (Alc) 34:36At WiesbadenBoysTeam scoresWiesbaden 15, AFNORTH 49, Black Forest Academy incompleteIndividual results1, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 17:212, John Gerber (Wies) 18:583, Dakota Hendrix (Wies) 19:044, Jesse Hendrix (Wies) 19:585, Andrew Troxel (BFA) 20:196, Josh McKeown (BFA) 20:187, Matt Riggs-Carr (Wies) 20:298, Shin Cousens (Wies) 20:409, Jacob Wilcox (AFN) 20:5110, Alex Bacaneri (Wies) 20:53GirlsTeam scoresAFNORTH 26, Wiesbaden 30, Black Forest Academy no teamIndividual results1, Terryl Ann Fritz (AFN) 20:572, Shena Cousens (Wies) 21:463, Brittney Brubek (AFN) 22:424, Anna Anderson (Wies) 22:565, Kaley Harless (AFN) 23:066, Cassidy Harless (AFN) 23:167, Celina Ponte (Wies) 23:378, Iris Freeman (Wies) 24:199, Meghan Smith (Wies) 24:3710, Gabrielle Lawrence (Wies) 25:04.
Friday’s resultsAt RamsteinBoysTeam scoresRamstein 17, Heidelberg 56, Kaiserslautern 69, Baumholder 103Individual results1, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 16:35.09 (Course record. Old record 16:43 by Dan Parker of Wiesbaden on Oct. 9, 2009)2, Thomas Amrine (Rams) 16:463. Jack Scranton (Rams) 16:474, Jaron Henninger (Heid) 17:155, Joseph Gould (Rams) 17:346, Thomas Lambert (Rams) 17:427, Skyler Clements (Baum) 17:448, Brian Hannum (Heid) 17:459, Dylan Trautmann (Rams) 17:4610, Justin Sestan (Kais) 17:52GirlsTeam scoresKaiserslautern 28, Ramstein 35, Heidelberg 63, Baumholder incompleteIndividual results1, Jessica Kafer (Rams) 20:122, Ashley Santos (Kais) 20:173, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 20:364, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 20:495, Tallie Elbert (Rams) 20:566, Colleen Davis (Kais) 20:587, Brianna Riffe (Kais) 20:598, Meagan Rummage (Rams) 21:149, Veronica Houck (Kais) 21:2010, Jordan Thompson (Rams) 21:21
Tennis(All matches Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Individual forfeits not listed but included in team scoring. Time permitting, No. 1s play best-of-3 sets. All others were scheduled as single 8-game pro sets.)
At BrusselsBoysAFNORTH 5, Brussels 4SinglesRyan Bottesini (Brus) def. Westin McKinney 6-2, 6-2Tristan Fitch (Brus) def. Saverio Young 8-0Matt Kinnear (AFN) def. Danny Helbling 8-6Jeremiah High (Brus) def. Marcus Bauer 8-6Zach Woodbury (AFN) def. Max Hale 8-2Tyler Beuter (AFN) def. Alex Drakalski 4-3, retiredDoublesMcKinney and Young def. Fitch and High 6-2, 6-2Bottesini and High def. Kinnear and Bauer 8-5GirlsAFNORTH 9, Brussels 0SinglesElie Kataenson def. Claire Rumery 6-2, 6-4Taylor BonenClark def. Callie Steffenhagen 8-0Hope BonenClark def. Patricia Rudy 8-0Stephanie Seitz def. Jane Rudy 8-1Emily Young def. Caitlin Cook 8-0Sarah Seitz def. player’s name unavailable 8-0DoublesT. BonenClark and St. Seitz def. Rumery and Steffenhagen 6-0, 6-0Katzenson and Sa. Seitz def. P. Rudy and J. Rudy 8-1
At MannheimBoysMannheim 6, Baumholder 1SinglesSamuel Nevinger (Mann) def. Alkexander Shadrin 6-2, 6-4Vanezzio Phillips (Baum) def. Andrew Sutton 8-3Benjamin Little (Mann) def. Justin Owens 8-6Jake Dailing (Mann) def. Robert King 8-0DoublesNevinger and Sutton def. Shadrin and Phillips 6-1, 6-2Little and Dailing def. Owens and King 8-3GirlsMannheim 4, Baumholder 0SinglesAmber Veranen def. Victoria Williams 6-1, 6-1Alexis Pineiro def. Elvia Salazar 8-3DoublesVeranen and Pineiro def. Williams and Salazatr 6-1, 6-0
At BambergBoysPatch 9, Bamberg 0SinglesAjdin Tahorovic def. T.J. DiFiori 6-0, 6-0Jon Lightner def. Kaleb Stevenson 8-0Josh Lightner def. Trent Harvey 8-0Charlie Schoonover def. Wyatt Hamilton 8-0Eric Stauber def. Theo McCray 8-1DoublesJosh Lightner and Schoonover def. DiFiori and Stevenson 6-0, 6-0Dylan Rehwaldt and James Pritchard def. Harvey and Hamilton 8-0GirlsPatch 9, Bamberg 0SinglesMica Aguilar def. Charlotte Woods 7-5, 6-1Ellie Welton def. Lauren Sink 9-8 (tiebreaker score unavailable)Mallory Flynn def. Cristine Ibanez 8-2Steophanie Schiffert def. Melanie Rivers 8-0Peyton Smith def. Chealsy Martinez 8-1Tori Gilster def. Tristen Cash 8-2DoublesWelton and Flynn def. Woods and Sink 2-6, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable), 6-3Smith and (first name unavailable) Bradfield def. Rivers and Martinez 8-4(First name unavailable) Pugh and Gilster def. Ibanez and Cash 8-5
At AvianoBoysInternational School of Florence 1, Milan 0SinglesLouis Ribieras and Sean Underwood def. Max Padovese and Edoardo Aunari 6-3, 7-5GirlsMilan 1, International School of Florence 0SinglesArianna Freschi def. Ylenia Feda 6-1, 6-0
BoysAviano 3, Milan 0SinglesMichael Kearney def. Andre Cantunisi 6-2, 6-0DoublesCannon Lewis and Taylor Ostler def. Jae Woo Lee and Ho Sury Suh 6-2, 6-2Grant Wong and Kearney def. Ribieras and Underwood 6-0, 6-3GirlsMilan 4, Aviano 0SinglesFreschi def. Gabriela Colon 6-1, 6-2Laura Gurwin def. Anna Sloan 6-2, 6-2DoublesKasmira Della Schiava and Taylor Roman Coen def. Samantha Rodgeway and Aliyah Carouthers 6-0, 6-0Jasmine Agosti and Tori Baker def. Antonella McBride and Cassidy Vanderwest 9-8 (tiebreaker score unavailable)
At KaiserslauternBoysRamstein 6, Kaiserslautern 3SinglesAryan von Eicken (Rams) def. Chris Jimenez 6-0, 6-0Chris Jastrab (Kais) def. Forrest Kamperman 9-8 (7-3)Lee DeBose (Rams) def. Erik Langholz 8-6Nathan Priddy (Rams) def. Alex Helm 8-5Patrick Tremaglio (Kais) def. Taylor Stewart 8-1Bryan Caldwell (Rams) def. Eli Crouch 9-8 (7-2)DoublesKamperman and DeBose def. Jastrab and Langholz 4-6, 6-2, 6-0Stewart and Caldwell def. Jimenez and Hekm 8-1Tremaglio and Crouch def. (first name unavailable Sewell and (first name unavailable) Bolan 8-4GirlsRamstein 5, Kaiserlslautern 4SinglesMichaela Corral (Rams) def. Mehgan Eaker 6-2, 6-0Megan Augsburger (Rams) def. Alexandra Albers 8-1Elena Fritz (Rams) def. Rebekkah Bingham 8-2Mekinna Rahn (Kais) def. Anna Claire Cabbiness 8-5Kelsey Dowling (Kais) Emily Stewart 8-5Hannah Schenk (Kais) def. Arianna Borders 8-2DoublesAugsburger and Olivia Rockwell (Rams) def. Albers and Bingham 6-2. 6-0Fritz and Corral def. Megan Eaker and Rahn 8-2; Dowling and Schenk def. Grantham and Wilkinson 8-2
At WiesbadenBoysWiesbaden 8, Bitburg 1SinglesTyler Jacobs (Bit) def. Evin Alarilla 6-3, 6-3Arman Alarilla (Wies) def. John McCrea 8-0Jeffrey Holt (Wies) def. Sven Livingston 8-2Mario De La Guardia (Wies) def. Patrick Goetz 8-0Vincent Matsayko (Wies) def. Joshua Olson-Gross 8-4Alfred Johnson (Wies) def. Paul Webb 8-0DoublesA. Alarilla and Holt def. Jakobs and McCrea 7-5; 7-6 (7-4)E. Alarilla and De La Guardia def. Goetz and Livingston 8-1Johnson and Matsayko def. Olson-Gross and Webb 8-4GirlsWiesbaden 6, Bitburg 3SinglesKaitlyn Miller (Bit) def. Kelsey Smith 6-0, 6-0Ashley Charles (Wies) def. Katelyn White 8-5Heather Boehme (Wies) def. Anne Marie Clark 8-3Apryl Jackson (Wies) def. Kelsey Downer 8-2Ashley Acevedo (Wies) def. Avelri Goetz 8-0Kristie Hess (Wies) def. Megan Mein 8-0DoublesWhite and Clark def. Smith and Boehme 6-4, 6-4Downer and Miller def. Jackson and Cate Boardman 8-2Acevedo and Hess def. Goetz and Mein 8-2
At SHAPEBoysInternational School of Brussels 5, SHAPE 4SinglesPatrick Tan (ISB) def. Nikolay Gospodinov 3-6, 6-4, 6-2Alvaro Sanchex (SHP) def. Kristof Viranyi 8-4Aaron Yip (SHP) def. Shotaro Shobu 8-5Aageiv Hallgrimson (ISB) def. Brian Yip 8-5Mehmet Ericag (ISB) def. Travis Phelan 8-3Javier Vega (ISB) def. Thomas Muldoon 8-2DoublesTan and K. Viranyi def. Sanchez and A, Yip 7-6 (7-1), 6-2Gospodinov and B. Yip def. Oliver Hacking and Peter Viranyi 8-3Phelan and Muldoon def. Victor Pierson and Victor Ruelle 8-2GirlsISB 9, SHAPE 0SinglesSayaka Goto def. Svenja Jansen 6-3, 5-7, 7-5Yu Murakami def. Ellen Campany 8-3Ana Torrijos def. Selena Suparman 8-4Blandine Pairet def. Ashley Srikoon 8-5Hikari Isimura def. Mikayla Walker 8-0Hitomi Kimura def. Molly Kisner 8-0DoublesTorrijos and Murakami def. Campany and Suparman 6-2, 6-3Pairet and Hannah Kleiven def. Kisner and Jansen 8-5Alice Johnson and Erica Kamiri def. Srikoon and Walker 8-2
At HohenfelsBoysHohenfels 8, Vilseck 1SinglesRene Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Miguel Cordero 6-1, 7-5Andy Mulvihill (Hoh) def. Sage Thornbrough 8-1Stephen Schafer (Hoh) def. River Shank 8-6Matt Fisher (Hoh) def. Ben Huff 8-1Nathan Petersen (Vils) def. Ian Sellers 8-3Tony Williams (Hoh) def. Alex Martinez 8-5DoublesMulvihill and Bourgeois def. Thornbrough and Shank 6-1, 6-3Schafwer and Fisher def. Cordero and Huff 8-6Sellers and Williams def. Petersen and Martinez 8-5GirlsHohenfels 5, Vilseck 4SinglesCasey Leon (Hoh) def. Thea Dunn 6-3, 6-2Caroline Bourgeois (Vils) def. Sara Carriker 9-7Erin Redden (Hoh) def. Tekeha Turner 8-3Melissa Camara (Vils) def. Allison Moczynski 8-4Katarina Harp (Hoh) def. Christy Chanin 8-4India Pinkney (Vils) def. Keelia Taylor 8-2DoublesBourgeois and Redden def, Carriker and Turner 6-1, 7-5Leon and Harp def. Dunn and Camara 8-3Pinkney and Amy Maitner def. Moczynski and Taylor 8-2
At AlconburyBoysAlconbury 6, Lakenheath 3SinglesAndrew Cates (Lake) def. Ronnie Behr 7-6 (7-3), 6-3Sam Armstrong (Lake) def. Matt Thrasher 8-5Joel Fourhman (Alc) def. Ben Cates 8-1Francis O’Connell (Alc) def. Keith Koehler 8-3Isaiah Beltran (Alc) def. Caleb Wilson 8-1Adam Jimmo (Alc) def. Jonathan Torres 8-1DoublesA. Cates and Armstrong def. Thrasher and Fourhman 6-4, 7-5Behr and O’Connell def. Koehler and B. Cates 8-3Cameron Perdomo and Jimmo def. Wilson and Torres 8-2GirlsAlconbury 8, Lakenheath 1SinglesAshley Hand (Alc) def. Erica Ripley 6-0, 6-1Taylor Malcolm (Alc) def. Meagan Adams 8-0Nichole Pisierra (Alc) def. Kathleen Keenan 8-3Dominee Roehm (Lake) def. Lia Caverly 8-4Allison Cavin (Alc) def,. Kelsey Rodriguez 8-1Caitlin Cash (Alc) def. Katelyn Williams 8-6DoublesHand and Malcolm def. Ripley and Adams 6-3, 7-6 (7-4)Pisierra and Caverly def. Yu-Sung Miller and Rustine Azur 8-2Cavin and Cash def. Jazmine Hayes and Savannah Roberts 8-2
GolfAt Vilseck(Friday at Königstein Golfanlange. Scoring is modified Stableford awarding 1 point for double-bogey, 2 for bogey, 3 for par, 4 for birdie and 6 for eagle or ace.
BoysTeam scoresHeidelberg 203, Vilseck 117, Patch 115, Bamberg 37Individual resultsJack Cannon (Heid) 41Joseph Patrick (Heid) 41Frank Zachar (Vils) 36Longest drive — Chris Nelson (School unavailable)Closest to the pin — PatrickGirlsTeam scoresVilseck 50, Heidelberg 28, Patch 6, Bamberg incompleteIndividual resultsLauren Zachar (Vils) 21Katie Cooper (Vils) 18Celine Frye (Heid) 16Longest drive — FryeClosest to the pin — NoneNoteworthy — Vilseck girls won third straight match, according to Vilseck coach Tracy Thornbrugh.