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Tennis

DODEA-Europe tennis championships

Saturday at Wiesbaden

Boys

Singles

Championship: Tristan Chandler (Kaiserslautern) def. Collin Ritter (Ramstein) 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

Championship: Micah San Pedro/Alexander Brunk (Kaiserslautern) def. Nathan Gillespie/Robert Cotto (Ramstein) 6-4, 6-3.

Girls

Singles

Championship: Aiva Schmitz (Kaiserslautern) def. Hope Goodwin (Wiesbaden) 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

Championship: Stella Schmitz/Abigail Hover (Kaiserslautern) def. Violet-Marie Williams/Erin Whitten (Stuttgart) 6-0, 6-0.

DODEA-Europe South championships

Saturday at Naples

Boys

Singles

Semifinals: Lawrence Caro (Sigonella) def. Leonardo Proietti (Marymount) 9-8 (9-7); Sam Stutzman (Naples) def. Sam Grady (Vicenza) 8-3. Third: Proietti def. Grady 8-2. Championship: Caro def. Stutzman 8-1.

Doubles

Semifinals: Proietti/Brian Hoton (Marymount) def. Caro/Seybestyen Hzircu (Sig) 8-6; Sam Stutzman/Stephen Stutzman (Naples) def. Grady/Andrew Reed (Vicenza) 8-2. Third: Caro/Hzircu def. Grady/Reed 6-1. Championship: Proietti/Hoton def. Stutzman/Stutzman 8-2.

Girls

Singles

Semifinals: Aleigh Lamis (Naples) def. Isabella Nudi (Marymount) 8-2; Charlize Caro (Sigonella) def. Liliana Stutzman (Naples) 8-1. Third: Stutzman def. Nudi 8-6. Championship: Lamis def. Caro 8-2.

Doubles

Semifinals: Nudi/Allegra Vittigli (Marymount) def. Clara Clayton/Laila Sadiddin (American Overseas School of Rome) 8-6; Lamis/Stutzman (Naples) def. Grace McCracken/Ava Parker (Vicenza) 8-1. Third: Clayton/Sadiddin def. McCracken/Parker 6-1. Championship: Lamis/Stutzman def. Nudi/Vittigli 8-6.

Cross country

DODEA-Europe championships

Saturday at Baumholder, Germany

Boys

Large schools

(Top 3 teams)

Stuttgart 28, Ramstein 58, Wiesbaden 67

Top 20 individuals

1. Carter Lindsey (Stu) 16:40.78; 2. Alexander Daniels (Stu) 16:44.94; 3. Elijah Smith (Wie) 17:06.32; 4. Luke Jones (Wie) 17:06.32; 5. Jackson Cochran (Vil) 17:15.60; 6. Gideon Zaugg (Ram) 17:28.54; 7. James Montoya (Stu) 17:47.77; 8. Evan Vertuli (Stu) 17:50.91; 9. Ben Brewster (Ram) 17:59. 87; 10. Alexsey Sanchez (Stu) 18:13.61; 11. Joseph Carroll (Stu) 18:14.25; 12. Jayden Andrews (Ram) 18:19.85; 13. John Halcli (Ram) 18:26.31; 14. Zenoch Larson (Vil) 18:28.07; 15. Aidan Stamp (Lak) 18:31.31; 16. Alessandro Eiseman (Wie) 18:35.61; 17. Jadon Triola (Vil) 18:39.17; 18. Max Furqueron (Ram) 18:40.95; 19. Brando Seyler (Kai) 18:44.83; 20. Nicholas Ellinger (Stu) 18:51.21.

Small schools

(Top 3 teams)

Black Forest Academy 19, Ansbach 21, Brussels 22

Top 20 individuals

1. Ethan Lanselius (Mun) 17:17.48; 2. Nathan Pierce (Bru) 18:19.51; 3. Josiah Alexander (BFA) 18:34.09; 4. Noah Jorgenson (Bru) 18:38.09; 5. Lucas Morecraft (Ans) 18:41.21; 6. Brody Hocter (Ans) 18:41.45; 7. Victor Kim (BFA) 18:41.77; 8. Everett Pickler (Mun) 19:12.95; 9. Sam Vuuren (BFA) 19:14.37; 10. Jeremiah Tran (Ans) 19:24.77; 11. Thomas Pinkston (BFA) 19:33.29; 12. Cooper Swain (BFA) 19:41.35; 13. Joey Wood (BFA) 19:48.07; 14. Zaya Wood (BFA) 19:59.55; 15. Spencer Johnson (AFN) 20:00.07; 16. Damion Rogers (Bru) 20:02.99; 17. Cameron Hunt (Bru) 20:11.65; 18. Paulo Aponte (AFN) 20:15.13; 19. Cade Wedekind (Bru) 20:17.71; 20. Christian Senior (Mun) 20:27.19.

Girls

Large schools

(Top 3 teams)

Wiesbaden 44, Ramstein 48, Stuttgart 63

Top 20 individuals

1. Ellas Bishop (Stu) 20:31.88; 2. Sydney Lamphier (Stu) 21:28.72; 3. Diba Bhuiyan (Wie) 21:46.94; 4. Madeline Strabala (Wie) 22:03.10; 5. Julia Harris (Ram) 22:05.48; 6. Kohana Thai (Lak) 22:07.20; 7. Amelia Alexander (Ram) 22:11.74; 8. Bryce Travers (Kai) 22:21.46; 9. Grace Carey (Ram) 22:24.54; 10. Kendall Kaloostian (Wie) 22:26.04; 11. Bryce Watts (Wie) 22:27.42; 12. Lena Herrman (Kai) 22:29.04; 13. Nadia Rahman (Ram) 22:46.56; 14. Eliza Cabrera (Ram) 22:48.26; 15. Molly Cochran (Vil) 22:54.91; 16. Katharina Storch (Kai) 22:58.83; 17. Jade Saunders (Wie) 23:04.75; 18. Isabella Chambers (Ram) 23:06.81; 19. Sophie Templeton (Stu) 23:06.99; 20. Bella Macemon (Stu) 23:20.71.

Small schools

(Top 3 teams)

Black Forest Academy 7, Baumholder 22, Ansbach 23

Individuals

1. Finja Leibing (AFN) 22:30.20; 2. Jo Weiss (Mun) 22:54.77; 3. Bethan Hicks (BFA) 23:37.41; 4. Elmi-Gret Van Westhuizen (BFA) 23:46.13; 5. Isabella Terzariol (Mun) 24:03.37; 6. Natalia Bergdorf (Bau) 24:06.87; 7. Debbie Davis (BFA) 24:28.61; 8. Jade Hernandez (BFA) 24:36.89; 9. Delana Creech (Ans) 24:43.15; 10. Madison Brech (Bau) 24:43.59; 11. Macey Stewart (Bru) 24:56.99; 12. Emma Pirner (Ans) 25:33.95; 13. Sarah Pregana (Ans) 26:01.74; 14. Paula Bohlen (AFN) 26:05.04; 15. Havelah Trusty (BFA) 26:17.64; 16. Naomi Boyd (BFA) 26:21.38; 17. Kaleena Sais (Bau) 26:32.22.

Volleyball

AFNORTH def. Spangdahlem 25-17, 25-19, 25-12

Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands

Noteworthy - Victoria Morris (8 aces, 4 kills), Isabella Guest (4 aces, 3 kills), Emma Jones (4 aces, 3 kills) and Sophia Mier (6 kills, 2 aces) stood out for the Lions, who finished the regular season 6-1.

Vicenza def. Marymount 25-7, 25-9, 25-16

Friday at Vicenza

Vicenza def. Marymount 25-9, 25-12, 25-14

Saturday at Vicenza

Ansbach def. Hohenfels 9-25, 25-14, 25-16, 25-17

Saturday at Hohenfels

Noteworthy – Viktoria Beyl had 14 serves in a row for the Tigers in the opening set. Georgia Bryant (29 assists, 5 aces, 7 kills), Melanie Smith (23 kills, 2 aces), Tessa Stanley (15 kills) and Natalie Ritter (7 aces) stood out for Ansbach.

Sigonella def. Rota 25-18, 26-24, 25-19

Friday at Sigonella

Noteworthy – Madison Wood (6 aces, 2 kills) and Fabiola Mercado-Rodriguez (11 assists, 3 kills) stood out for the Jaguars.

Saturday at Sigonella

Aviano def. Sigonella 25-21, 17-25, 25-21, 23-25, 15-11

Noteworthy – Mercado-Rodriguez (12 assists, 2 blocks), Mykayla Abad (5 aces, 2 blocks) and Madison Lewis (5 kills) stood out for Sigonella.

Aviano def. defeat Rota 25-19, 24-26, 25-16, 25-17

Noteworthy - Elaina Holsclaw (13 aces, 15 kills, 14 digs), Jaycee Spence (9 aces, 10 kills, 15 digs), Marissa Castillo (7aces, 5 kills, 16 digs), Mayci Salmon (10 aces, 11 digs, 42 assists) and Zurnia Dickerson (10 aces, 13 kills, 12 digs) stood out for Aviano in the two matches.

Wiesbaden def. Vilseck 25-7, 25-9, 25-14

Wiesbaden def. Vilseck 25-15, 25-16, 25-12

Noteworthy - Emily Benjamin (10 aces, 2 digs), Lyndsey Urick (10 kills), Alynna Palacios (14 kills, 5 aces, 7 assists) and Margarita Freeny (3 aces, 5 kills, 11 assists) starred for the Warriors.

Saturday at Vilseck

Stuttgart def. SHAPE 25-10, 25-9, 25-13

Saturday at Mons, Belgium

Noteworthy - Katie Bishop (20 assists, 3 aces), Sam Caldwell (6 kills, 4 aces), Ainsley Baker (6 kills), Sofia Gentile (5 kills) and Jazelyn Campbell (4 aces) stood out for the Panthers.

Black Forest Academy def. Frankfurt International 25-23, 25-11, 25-20

BFA def. FIS 25-19 23-25, 21-25, 25-22, 15-6

Saturday at Kandern, Germany

Noteworthy – Becca Zwemke had 13 kills in the two matches for BFA, while Katie Stemple had 4 aces in the first match and Lynnea Diaz Gonzalez six kills in the second one.

Kaiserslautern def. Ramstein 25-17, 22-25, 25-16, 25-22

Saturday at Ramstein

Noteworthy – Emma Inthavixay (13 digs), Isabel Adkins (15 kills) and Lauryn Szczygiel (17 kills) stood out for the Royals.

Kaiserslautern def. Ramstein 25-20, 25-15, 25-20

Noteworthy – Inthavixay (9 digs) Szczygiel (9 digs) Jazmyn Hall (3 aces) and Jillian Buckley (3 aces) stood out for Ramstein.

Baumholder def. Brussels 21-25, 25-13, 25-16, 25-23

Saturday at Baumholder

Naples def. AOSR 25-14, 25-13, 25-20

Friday at Naples

Naples def. AOSR 25-9, 25-20, 25-20

Saturday at Naples

Noteworthy - Audrey Villarreal (16 aces, 2 kills), Josie Villarreal (3 aces, 14 kills, 3 assists) and McKenzie Smith (18 aces, 5 kills) starred for Naples.

Boys

Vicenza def. Marymount 27-29, 22-25, 25-18, 25-13, 16-14

Friday at Vicenza

Marymount def. Vicenza 18-25, 25-16, 25-23, 20-25, 15-7

Saturday at Vicenza

Sigonella def. Aviano 25-23, 25-15, 25-13

Noteworthy – Pierce Dozier (5 kills, 4 blocks), Kyle Mattes (5 kills, 15 digs), Gabe Fabbro (3 kills, 6 blocks), TJ Bradley (21 digs, 6 blocks), Paul Ablang (19 digs) and Trevor Drummond (14 digs) stood out for Aviano.

Sigonella def. Rota 25-7, 25-20, 23-25, 25-16

Friday at Sigonella

Noteworthy - Riley Coffren (37 assists, 3 kills, 6 aces), CJ Davis (10 aces, 9 kills) and Dani Stewart (10 kills) starred for the Jaguars. 

Aviano def. Rota 25-15, 25-13, 25-20

Saturday at Sigonella

Noteworthy – Bradley (5 kills, 8 blocks, 21 digs) and Fabbro (5 kills, 17 digs, 6 blocks) stood out for Aviano; Jeremy Reardon (8 kills, 2 aces), Davis (8 kills, 2 aces) and Coffren (42 assists, 3 blocks, 3 aces) stood out for Sigonella.

AOSR def. Naples 25-22, 21-25, 25-20, 25-11

Friday at Naples

Noteworthy – Kevin Lin (17 kills, 4 dinks), Matteo Hon (12 kills, 3 aces, 3 dinks) and Parker Huber (3 kills, 3 blocks, 3 dinks) starred for AOSR.

AOSR def. Naples 25-14, 32-34, 25-14, 25-22

Saturday at Naples

Noteworthy – Hon (16 kills, 5 aces, 5 dinks), Lin (17 kills, 3 aces, 3 blocks), Huber (5 kills, 4 blocks) and Anthony Di Matteo (3 aces, 3 blocks) stood out for AOSR.

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