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Ansbach's Dani Miller and Akira James, from left, try to block a return by Vilseck's Deraj McClinton in a match in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Vilseck won 25-18, 25-13, 25-18. At right is Mariah Morris.
Ansbach's Dani Miller and Akira James, from left, try to block a return by Vilseck's Deraj McClinton in a match in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Vilseck won 25-18, 25-13, 25-18. At right is Mariah Morris. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Ansbach's Dani Miller and Akira James, from left, try to block a return by Vilseck's Deraj McClinton in a match in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Vilseck won 25-18, 25-13, 25-18. At right is Mariah Morris.
Ansbach's Dani Miller and Akira James, from left, try to block a return by Vilseck's Deraj McClinton in a match in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Vilseck won 25-18, 25-13, 25-18. At right is Mariah Morris. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Ansbach's Alyssa Solis bumps the ball in front of teammates Princess Chia, left, and Chealsy Reaves. Division II Ansbach lost their match against defending D I champion Vilseck 18-25, 13-25, 18-25, in Wiesbaden on Saturday.
Ansbach's Alyssa Solis bumps the ball in front of teammates Princess Chia, left, and Chealsy Reaves. Division II Ansbach lost their match against defending D I champion Vilseck 18-25, 13-25, 18-25, in Wiesbaden on Saturday. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Vilseck's Sidni Beaulieu-Hains, center, smashes one across the net against Wiesbaden's Meghan Smith, while teammate Mariah Morris watches at right. Vilseck won the match in Wiesbaden 25-119, 25-17, 25-20, on Saturday.
Vilseck's Sidni Beaulieu-Hains, center, smashes one across the net against Wiesbaden's Meghan Smith, while teammate Mariah Morris watches at right. Vilseck won the match in Wiesbaden 25-119, 25-17, 25-20, on Saturday. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Wiesbaden's Annette Hutzky, right, gets to the ball in front of teammates Kaitlyn Velsaag, left, and Meghan Smith. Wiesbaden dropped their match against defending Division I champ Vilseck, at home Saturday, 19-25, 17-25, 20-25.
Wiesbaden's Annette Hutzky, right, gets to the ball in front of teammates Kaitlyn Velsaag, left, and Meghan Smith. Wiesbaden dropped their match against defending Division I champ Vilseck, at home Saturday, 19-25, 17-25, 20-25. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)
Patch's Elizabeth Derner, right, knocks the ball across the net against Ansbach's Jasmine Rodriguez, left, and Jahkaya Smith. Patch won the match in Wiesbaden on Saturday 25-10, 21-25, 25-16, 25-23.
Patch's Elizabeth Derner, right, knocks the ball across the net against Ansbach's Jasmine Rodriguez, left, and Jahkaya Smith. Patch won the match in Wiesbaden on Saturday 25-10, 21-25, 25-16, 25-23. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

High school

FootballFriday’s resultsInternational School of Brussels 33, AFNORTH 28

Saturday’s resultsWiesbaden 35, Heidelberg 22Vilseck 21, Patch 12Ramstein 53, Kaiserslautern 12Filton 6, Lakenheath 0Ansbach 48, Schweinfurt 14Aviano 9, Hohenfels 0Bitburg 56, SHAPE 20Naples 51, Vicenza 0Bamberg 31, Menwith Hill 6A;conbury 44, Brussels 6Sigonella at Rota, late

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

BoysFriday at RomeNaples def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-11, 25-16, 25-18

Saturday at RomeNaples def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-21, 25-16, 20-25, 25-17

Friday at MilanAmerican School of Milan def. Aviano 22-25, 25-16, 22-25, 25-23, 15-10

Saturday at MilanAviano def. American School of Milan 25-19, 25-14, 25-15

Friday at FlorenceVicenza def. International School of Florence 28-26, 25-13, 25-16

Saturday at FlorenceVicenza tied International School of Florence 23-25, 25-15Noteworthy — Teams were time-limited to two sets.

GirlsFriday at AnkaraAnkara def. Incirlik 26-24, 17-25, 25-17

Saturday at AnkaraAnkara def. Incirlik 25-15, 25-23Ankara def. Incirlik 25-19, 19-25, 25-20

Friday at MilanAviano def. American School of Milan 25-12, 25-3, 25-23Noteworthy — According to Aviano coach Pam Hillestad, Giulia Silvi handed out 14 assists and served 5 aces. She added that McKenzie Roers posted 8 kills and Megan Duck 5 for Aviano.

Saturday at MilanAviano def. American School of Milan 25-3, 25-10, 25-14Noteworthy — Hillestad reported 10 kills for Duck, 10 assists for Silvi and 6 aces for Roers.

Saturday at BitburgBitburg def. Black Forest Academy 25-13, 25-20, 25-3Noteworthy — Acording to coach Eric Vining, Dalasha Bizzell served 22-of-25 with 4 aces for Bitburg. At one point she served 19 straight points. Other effective servers for Bitburg were brandy Oliver (7-of-8 with 3 aces), Dawn Valbuena (8-of-10, 5 aces) and Melissa Menschell (7-of-8). Menschell also posted 2 kills and a block. For BFA, Vining reported, Brooklyn Porter registered 3 kills and 3 blocks and served 7-of-9, and Marissa Fortune, a 3-for-3 server, posted 2 kills and 2 blocks.Bitburg JV def. BFA JV 25-22, 25-17

Friday at RomeNaples def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-19, 25-12, 25-23

Saturday at RomeNaples def. American Overseas School of Rome 16-25, 25-12, 25-14, 25-14

Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsAFNORTH def. Lakenheath 17-25, 25-20, 9-25, 25-17, 15-7Noteworthy — Coach Kevin Padron reported AFNORTH benefited from 5 kills and a block for Sara Sawyer, 7 digs by Rylee McKinney and 3 aces and 2 kills by Abby Kinnear. For Lakenheath, he reported 9 kills for Jourden Hodge, 4 kills by Emily Benedict and 7 aces by Kelli Flemming.

SHAPE def. Lakenheath 25-16, 25-15, 25-22Noteworthy — 5 kills, 3 aces and a block by Teresa Muldoon for SHAPE, which got 7 kills, 3 aces and 3 blocks from Ashley Seiler. Hodge and Flemming each collected 5 blocks for Lakenheath. Hodge put down 5 kills and Flemming served 5 aces.

SHAPE def. AFNORTH 23-25, 23-25, 25-12, 25-18, 20-18Noteworthy — For SHAPE, All-European Muldoon chalked up 14 kills, a block and an ace; Seiler racked up 16 kills, 3 aces and a block, and Jamie Gamboa handed out 16 assists. For AFNORTH, McKinney posted 14 assists and 2 aces, and Sawyer a block and 5 kills.

SHAPE def. Brussels 25-17, 25-19, 25-12Noteworthy — Muldoon came up with 10 kills, 4 aces and a block; Seiler posted 3 kills, and Allysa Kulmayer served 7 aces. Brussels got 3 digs and a kill from Sindi Shau and 2 digs from Ana Marija Vasileva.

Lakenheath def. Brussels 25-9, 25-16, 26-28, 25-16Noteworthy — Lakeheath rode the efforts of Hodge (5 kills 3 blocks), Emily Benedict (3 kills), Flemming (3 kills, 4 blocks) and Kaelan Rasmussen (5 aces). Shau made 3 digs for Brussels.Lakenheath JV def. AFNORTH JV 25-21, 25-17AFNORTH JV def. SHAPE JV 25-15, 25-11Lakenheath JV def. SHAPE JV 25-11

Saturday at KaiserslauternRamstein def. Baumholder 3-0, game scores unavailableNoteworthy — Kelsey Freeman made 10 kills for Lady Royals, who got 9 kills and 5 aces from Sarah Szybist, 7 aces and 16 assists from Sara Schiller and 5 kills from Alexis Parker

Heidelberg def. Kaiserslautern 25-15, 25-13, 25-15Noteworthy — According to K-town coach Dennis Decker, his Lady Raiders got 6 blocks and 2 digs from Alexis Berg, 2 blocks each from Jordan Albers and Kalynn Richardson, a dig from Grace Gonzalez and an ace from Tonje Lunde.

Heidelberg def. Ramstein 25-15, 16-25, 25-15, 25-23Noteworthy — Heidelberg, whose coach, Linda Steil,m credited Aneli Whitford with dominance of the net, overcame 3 kills, 3 aces, 6 digs by Ramstein’s Marden Doan, 15 digs, and 8 aces from Sade Upshaw, 7 kills and 3 blocks by Freeman, 11 kills and 8 assists by Szybist and 14 assists by Schiller.

Kaiserslautern def. Baumholder 25-13, 25-20, 25-17Noteworthy — Decker reported 4 blocks and 3 aces for Berg, 2 aces and a dig for Lunde and 3 aces and a block for Liz Scher.

Saturday at FlorenceVicenza def. International School of Florence 25-8, 25-20, 25-21International School of Florence def. Vicenza 18-25, 23-25, 25-21, 25-21. 15-10Noteworthy — Vicenza coach Chance Wilson reported 11 kills and 5 aces for Tia Juliano, 10 kills for Natalie Lovelace, 10 assists from Lorena Somera and 5 aces for Sella Pauling.

Cross country(Saturday. Races covered 5,000 meters)

At Milan(Individual leaders unavailable)BoysAviano 18, American School of Milan 42GirlsAviano 15, American School of Milan 50

At VilseckBoysHeidelberg 23, Vilseck 34, Ansbach 138, Hohenfels incomplete1, Brian Hannum (Heid) 17:32 (Course record, new course); 2, Ben Nelson (Vils) 17:49; 3, Marquez Ensy (Heid) 18:06; 4, Camden Stokes (Heid) 18:15; 5, Mike Nelson (Vils) 18:22; 6, David Lance (Vils) 18:50; 7, Dustin Morton (Heid) 18:57; 9, Sean McGlone (Heid) 19:08; 10, Andrew Zdeb (Vils) 19:21GirlsHeidelberg 17, Vilseck 44, Ansbach and Hohenfels incomplete1, Malia Carson (Vils) 22:00 (High school course record, new course); 2, Anna Seiferth (Heid) 22:02; 3, Tiffany Matthews (Heid) 22:20; 4, Priscilla Steele (Heid) 22:39; 5, Zoey Viera (Vils) 22:35; 6, Stephanie Barlow (Heid) 23:05; 7, Hannah Mayfield (Heid) 23:17; 8, Marlowe Muehlbauer (Heid) 23:29; 9, Shanice Harmon (Heid) 23:39; 10, Sydney Parker (Vils) 24:19Noteworthy — According to Vilseck coach Kevin Anglim, Ansbach 8th-grader Kelly McCaskill, an exhibition runner, finished first overall among the girls in course-record time of 21:52.

At BitburgBoysRamstein 16, SHAPE 60, St. John’s International School 135, AFNORTH 252, Bitburg 4201, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 18:00; 2, Thomas Lambert (Rams) 18:09; 3, Brian Cavanaugh (Rams) 18:39; 4, George Hyde (Rams) 18:46; 5, Gavin McLaren (SHP) 18:52; 6, Jeff Cunningham (Rams) 18:59; 7, Matthew Lengyl (SHP) 19:11; 8, Jorge Alcade (SHP) 19:12; 9, Jackson Bargery (Rams) 19:18; 10, Mike Bowman (Rams) 19:22GirlsRamstein 20, St. John’s International School 51, SHAPE 80, AFNORTH 120, Bitburg incomplete1, Anna Priddy (Rams) 20:30; 2, Jessica Kafer (Rams) 20:41; 3, Alexis Vermeire (Rams) 21:06; 4, Eugenie Gulowsen (SHP) 21:16; 5, Tallie Elbert (Rams) 21:56; 6, Karolina Sorensen (SHP) 22:12; 7, Juliz Medenhazll (SHP) 22:20; 8, Hannah McKenney (StJ) 22:31; 9, Jessie Renshaw (StJ) 22:41; 10, Emma Martensson (StJ) 22:52

At KaiserslauternBoysPatch 38, Kaiserslautern 50, Wiesbaden 71, Frankfurt International School 100, International School of Brussels 117, Baumholder 1561, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 16:37; 2, Cameron Lamm (Pat) 16:47; 3, Tyler Gamble (Pat) 16:51; 4, Michael Lawson(Kais) 16:59; 5, Alexander Dobbs (FIS) 17:08; 6, Logan Sullivan (Pat) 17:14; 7, Matthew Finley (Kais) 17:20; 8, Pierre Fort (ISB) 17:35; 9, Louis Couture (ISB) 17:40; 10, Sean Davis (Kais) 17:43GirlsPatch 19, Frankfurt International School 46, Kaiserslautern 80, Baumholder, Wiesbaden 110, International School of Brussels incomplete1, Morgan Mahlock (Pat) 19:11; 2, Baileigh Sessions (Pat) 19:28; 3, Marisa Menzel (FIS) 19:54; 4, Hannah Rose (Pat) 20:11; 5, Samantha Barglof (Pat) 20:37; 6, Lilli Shutz (FIS) 21:17; 7, Sarah Thaden (Pat) 21:17; 8, Michelle Spelberg (FIS) 21:23; 9, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 21:31; 10, Brianna Riffe (Kais) 22:03

At American Overseas School of RomeBoysTeams participating were AOSR, Marymount international School of Rome, Naples, Sigonella1, D.J. Stockman (Napl) 16:44; 2, Jason Black (Sig) 16:53; 3, John Fain (Napl) 16:58; 4, Pietro Dinmore (AOSR) 17:36; 5, Ricky Sizewort (Napl) 18:34; 6, Konrad Juergens (AOSR) 18:45; 7, Ethan Metzler (AOSR) 18:49; 8, Levi Freeman (AOSR) 18:57; 9, Lucas Miller (AOSR) 19:12; 10, Hunter Christian (Napl) 19:29GirlsTeams participating were AOSR, Marymount international School of Rome, Naples, Sigonella1, Savannah Cuthbertson (AOSR) 21:33; 2., Destiny Mora (Napl) 21:39; 3, Alex Mack (Napl) 21:54; 4, Amber Sheline (Napl) 22:31; 5, Caroline Wiley (Mmt) 23:03; 6, Isabella Lucy (Napl) 23:14; 7, Kelsey Ortwin (Napl) 23:15; 8, Jane Saunders (Napl) 23:32; 9, Kyleigh Doyle (Napl) 23:35; 10, Gabrielle Wiley (Mmt) 23:47

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

Saturday at AnkaraBoysAnkara 2, Incirlik 0Deniz Alibagozlu def. Blain Swaggart 6-2, 6-2; Gonzalo Marin and Zach Siliman def. Nick Wikerson and Blake Elliott 6-0, 6-1GirlsIncirlik 1, Ankara 0Kathryn Culver def. Aygerim Temirbek 6-0, 6-0

Friday at LakenheathGirlsAFNORTH 9, Lakenheath 0Hope BonenClark def. Erica Riplay 6-4, 7-5; Taylor BonenClark def. Dominee Roehm 8-1; Grace Katzenson def. Katelyn Williams 8-2; Emily Young def. Kelsey Rodriguez 8-0; Elisa Martin def. Rozanne Manuelito 8-3; Sarah Seitz def. Rustine Azur 8-5; T. BonenClark and Katzenson def. Williams and Roehm 6-2, 6-0; H. BonenClark and Young def. Artisia Hidalgo and Ashli Griffith 8-0; Seitz and Tori Murdock def. Sabriena Lawrence and Arianna Lemieux 8-1BoysAFNORTH 6, Lakenheath 3Westin McKinney (AFN) def. Sam Armstrong 6-1, 6-1; Sevario Young (AFN) def. Ben Cates 8-4; Sean Miletski (Lake) def. Tyler Beauter 8-0; Caleb Wilson (Lake) def. Matt Kinnear 8-6; Marcus Bauer (AFN) def. Keith Koehler 8-6; Ethan Hall (Lake) def. J.C. Woodbury 8-3; McKinney and Young def. Cates and Miletski 6-0, 6-1; Beauter and Kinnear def. Nick Rodriguez and Alex Exline 8-1; Bauer and Woodbury def. Alex House and Joseph Maruna 8-0

Friday at VilseckGirlsVilseck 6, Hohenfels 3Caroline Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Christy Chanin 6-1, 6-1; Casey Leon (Hoh) def. Carolyn Pippin 6-1; India Pinkney (Vils) def. Kathleen Waldron 6-2; Amy Maitner (Vils) def. Lena Waldron 6-3; Deepika Singh (Vils) def. Rachel Fellinger 6-2; Megan Kendzierski (Vils) def. Ann Dillon 6-0; Bourgeois and Leon def. Pippin and Maitner 6-1, 6-0; Chanin and Pinkney def. Dillon and K. Waldron 6-1; Singh and Kendzierski def. Delany McKinney and Brittany Jacques 6-1BoysHohenfels 6, Vilseck 3Rene Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Gabe Ruiz 6-0, 6-0; Miguel Cordero (Vils) def. Matt Fisher 6-4; Sage Thornbrugh (Vils) def. Jacob Witty 6-4; Nathan Witty (Hoh) def. Nathan Petersen 6-4; Cody Coon (Hoh) def. Chandler Davidson 6-3; Tony Williams (Hoh) def. Kenneth Luper 6-0; Cordero and Thornbrugh def. Fisher and J. Witty 7-5, 7-5; Bourgeois and N. Witty def. Ruiz and Petersen 6-0; Coon and Williams def. Davidson and Luper 6-2

Saturday at VilseckGirlsWiesbaden 7, Vilseck 2Heather Boehme (Wies) def. Chanin 6-3, 6-4; Kristie Hess (Wies) def. Pippin 8-4; Pinkney (Vils) def. Christine Sunga 8-3; Maitner (Vils) def. Kate Mosely 8-5; Emily Dill (Wies) def. Singh 8-3; Liz Dizor (Wies) def. Kendzierski 8-2; Hess and Sunga def. Pippin and Maitner 6-1, 7-5; Boehme and Mosely def. Chanin and Pinkney 8-5; Dizor and Dill def. Singh and Kendzierski 8-1BoysWiesbaden 7, Vilseck 2Evan Alarilla (Wies) def. Ruiz 6-0, 6-0; Cordero (Vils) def. Alfred Johnson 8-6; Charlie Hill (Wies) def. Thornbrugh 8-2; John Arnold (Wies) def. Petersen 8-1; Vicncent Matsayko (Wies) def. Davidson 8-0; Devan Tisdale (Wies) def. Luper 8-0; Cordero and Thornbrugh def. Johnson and Hill 6-1, 6-4; Alarilla and Arnold def. Ruiz and Petersen 8-0; Tisdale and Matsayko def. Davidson and Luper 8-1

Friday at Ramstein(some match results unavailable)GirlsRamstein 9, Baumholder 0Meghan Augsburger def. Victoria Williams 6-0, 6-0; Michaela Corral def. Elvia Salazar 8-0; Olivia Rockwell def. Adowa Sika 8-0; Rockwell and Corral def. Williams and Sika 6-0, 6-0; Anna Claire Cabiness and Elena Fritz def. Simone Bugett and Lilibhert Rubio 8-0BoysRamstein 9, Baumholder 0Nathan Priddy def. Cameron Koch 6-1, 6-1; Lee DeBose def. Justin Owens 8-0; Nathan Setka def. Robert King 8-0; Forrest Kampermann and Aryan von Eicken def. Koch and Owens 6-0, 6-0; Josh Seawell and Spencer Coakwell def. King and Robert Killian 8-0

Saturday at BitburgBoysRamstein 9, Bitburg 0Priddy def. Jeremy Lewis 6-0, 6-1; DeBose def. Dylan Cole 8-0; Setka def. Sam Weggeman 8-0; Kampermann and von Eicken def. Lewis and Cole 6-0, 6-0GirlsRamstein 6, Bitburg 3Kaitlyn Miller (Bitb) def. Augsburger 6-2, 6-0; Corral (Rams) def. Katelyn White 8-2; Rockwell (Rams) def. Anne Marie Clark 8-0; Olivia Hering (Rams) def. Kelsey Downer 8-2; Allison Adams (Rams) def. Avelri Goetz 8-4; Sydney Townsend (Rams) def. Brandy Perry 8-4; Corral and Rockwell def. White and Clark 6-1, 6-2; Downer and Miller def. Hannah Stewart and Cabiness 8-3; Perry and Goetz def. Hannah Hering and Nora Klemm 8-4

Saturday at SHAPEBoysSHAPE 9, Brussels 0Alvaro Sanchez def. Jamie Hunt 6-1, 6-1; Aaron Yip def. Merab Chitanava 8-1; Brian Yip def. Imran Ahmic 8-0; Travis Phelan def. Max Hale 8-4; Sanchez and A. Yip def. Hunt and Chitanava 61-, 6-2; Phelan and B. Yip def. Ahmic and Hale 8-0GirlsSHAPE 6, Brussels 3Claire Rumery (Brus) def. Selena Suparman 6-3, 6-3; Lilian Yedigaryan (Brus) def. Mikayla Walker 8-0; Eliska Reimannova (SHP) def. Patricia Rudy 8-1; Laura Yedigarayan (Brus) def. Leyre Banos 8-4; Hannah Kvalvik (SHP) def. Hannah Sadler 8-2; Brooke Lyonnais (SHP) def. Lola Helbing 8-0; Suparman and Reimannova def. Rumery and L. Yedigarayan 6-1, 7-6 (7-5); Walker and Bandos def. Pudy and Sadler 8-6; Kvalvik and Lyonnais def. Sierra Stockley and Cassie Brown 8-3

Saturday At PatchBoysBaumholder 3, Ansbach 3Cameron Koch (Baum) def. Michael Hanrahan 6-1, 6-1; Justin Owens (Baum) def. Rian Lietzan 8-2; Doug Erickson (Ans) def. Robert King 8-5; Koch and Owens (Baum) def. Hanrahan and Lietzan 6-0, 6-2; Erickson and Priest (Ans) def. King and Killian 8-4GirlsAnsbach 7, Baumholder 2Lauren Finley (Ans) def. Victoria Williams 8-0; Jo Carlisle (Ans) def. Adwoa Sika 8-0; Jordan Callahan (Ans) def. Lilibhert Rubio; Simone Bugett (Baum) def. Kiela Matthews 8-5; Immaculate Bongham (Baum) def. Reiwan Hussein 9-7; Callahan and Matthews (Ans) def. Bugett and Rubio 8-2Saturday At PatchBoysPatch 9, Baumholder 0Ajdin Tahirovic (Pat) def. Cameron Koch 6-0, 6-0; Erik Stuber (Pat) def. Justin Owens 8-3; Dylan Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Robert King 8-0; Devin Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Robert Killian 8-0; Rehwaldt and Stuber (Pat) def. Koch and Owens 6-1, 6-1; Basgall and Hawkins (Pat) def. King and Killian 8-0GirlsPatch 9, Baumholder 0Christine Young (Pat) def. Victoria Williams 6-1, 6-2; Mallory Flynn (Pat) def. Adwoa Sika 8-5; Peyton Smith (Pat) def. Lilibhert Rubio 8-1; Tori Gilster (Pat) def. Simone Bugett 8-2; Jackie Denton (Pat) def. Immaculate Bongham 8-0; Morgan Keyser and Flynn (Pat) def. Bugett and Rubio 8-2

At PatchBoysPatch 9, Ansbach 0Ajdin Tahirovic (Pat) def. Michael Hanrahan 6-1, 6-1; Erik Stuber (Pat) def. Rian Lietzan 8-2; Dylan Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Doug Erickson 8-0; Devin Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Demany Priest 8-0; Dylan Rehwaldt and Stuber (Pat) def. Hanranahan and Lietzan 8-1; Devin Rehwaldt and Hawkins (Pat) def. Erickson and Priest 8-1GirlsPatch 8, Ansbach 1Christine Young (Pat) def. Lauren Finley 7-5, 6-3; Mallory Flynn (Pat) def. Jo Carlisle 8-5; Peyton Smith (Pat) def. Jordan Callahan 8-0; Tori Gilster (Pat) def. Kiela Matthews 8-0; Jackie Denton (Pat) def. Reiwan Hussein 8-0; Smith and Gilster (Ans) def. Finley and Carlisle 8-3; Denton and Kochanski (Pat) def. Hussein and Fernandez 8-0

Saturday at HeidelbergGirlsHeidelberg 6, Kaiserslautern 3Gaby Tersigni (Heid) def. Hannah Schenk 6-2, 6-0; Bunty Drewitt (Heid) def. Emma Nicholson 8-5; Kajsa Fuhriman (Heid) def. Anna Langholz 8-2; Natalie Schroter (Heid) def. Katelyn Abbott 8-2; Alexandra Proto (Kais) def. Alison Adkins 8-3; Jana Cain (Kais) def. Sarah Keith 8-5; Schenk and Nicholson def. Drewitt and Schroter 7-6 (7-0), 6-3; Tersigni and Fuhriman def. Proto and Langholz 8-6; Keith and Adkins def. Michelle Bird and Abbott 9-8 (7-5)BoysHeidelberg 8, Kaiserslautern 1Cameron Meeker (Heid) def. Patrick Tremaglio 6-0, 6-1; Jack Kolodziejski (Heid) def. Chris Jastrab 8-2; Wylder Raney (Heid) def. Erik Langholz 9-8 (7-5); Sam Nevinger (Heid) def. David Valverde-Vargas 8-6; Myles Lacy (Heid) def. Chris Martin 8-2; Nick Baxter (Heid) def. Jeff Lawson 8-6; Jastrab and Langholz def Raney and Nevinger 6-3, 6-4; Meeker and Lacy def. Tremaglio and Valverde-Vargas 8-3; Kolodziejski and Baxter def. Martin and Eli Crouch 8-1

Saturday at AlconburyGirlsAFNORTH 8, Alconbury 1Ashley Hand (Alc) def. Hope BonenClark 6-3, 6-4; Taylor BonenClark (AFN) def. Nichole Pisierra 9-8 (7-2); Grace Katzenson (AFN) def. Allison Cavin 8-3; Emily Young (AFN) def. Caitlin Cash 8-0; Elisa Martin (AFN) def. Malina Dana 8-2; Sarah Seitz (AFN) def. Elly Hammond 8-2; T. BonenClark and Katzenson def. Pisierra and Cavin 6-0, 6-1; H. BonenClark and Young def. Hand and Cash 8-3; Seitz and Tori Murdock def. Dana and Hammond 8-3BoysAFNORTH 7, Alconbury 2Westin McKinney (AFN) def. Ronnie Behr 6-0, 6-2; Sevario Young (AFN) def. Matt Thrasher 8-6; Isaiah Beltran (Alc) def. Tyler Beauter 8-2; Ian Armour (Alc) def. Marcus Bauer 8-6; Matt Kinnear (AFN) def. Solomon Grussing 8-0; J.C. Woodbury def. Dana Kupec 8-2; McKinney and Young def. Thrasher and Beltran 6-3, 6-1; Bauer and Kinnear def. Behr and Armour 9-8 (7-4); Beauter and Woodbury def. Grussing and Kupec 8-0

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