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Tennis

Saturday at Vilseck

Boys

Kaiserslautern 9, Vilseck 0

Singles - Alexander Brunk def. Cameron Holloway 6-0, 6-0; Jacob Gerber def. Robert Demeo 8-0; Jace Martin def. Jayson Baldwin 8-0; Sam Jones def. Christian Laliberte 8-2; Noel Houser def. Jonah Lopez 8-1; Anderson Ennis def. Steven Harker 8-0.

Doubles - Gerber/Martin def. Demeo/Baldwin 6-0, 6-0; Ennis/Jones def. Holloway/Laliberte 8-0; Houser/Holly def. Lopez/Harker 8-0.

Girls

Kaiserslautern 9, Vilseck 0

Singles - Stella Schmitz def. Zoe Crawford 6-0, 6-0; Gianna Terry def. Camila Gomez 8-1; Isabela Wagers def. Iliana Ramirez 8-1; Abby Hover def. Addy Alvarez 8-0; Bailey Bates def. Liz Pasillas 8-0; Naomi Randolph def. Serena Fleet 8-0.

Doubles - Schmitz/Hover def. Alvarez/Ramirez 6-0, 6-0; Wagers/Terry def. Crawford/Gomez 8-2; Bates/Randolph def. A.Lloyd/A.Mijares 8-0.

Saturday at Brussels

Boys

Lakenheath 4, Brussels 3

Singles – Grant Rohrer (Bru) def. Calvin Moncada 6-4, 7-5; Elham Aziri (Bru) def. Sean Hudgeons 8-5; Christian Hiam (Lake) def. Kai Marzec Zinn 8-4; Jesse Rico (Lake) def. Elai De Leon Kona 6-4; Gabriel Blanke (Lake) def. Miles Grussing 6-3.

Doubles – Moncada/Rico def. Rohrer/Aziri 2-6, 0-6, 8-7 (12-8); Marzec Zinn/De Leon Kona (Bru) def. Hudgeons/Hiam 8-6.

Girls

Brussels 7, Lakenheath 1

Singles – Abigail Halttunen (Bru) def. Lizzy Petrich 6-4, 4-6, 6-2; Almina Kocabus (Bru) def. Maddi Beedham 8-6; Riley Thomas (Bru) def. Hikari Scott 8-4; Ava Hite (Bru) def. Teagan Poole 6-1; Izzy Foran (Lake) def. Adrianne Chezik 6-2.

Doubles – Haltunnen/Thomas def. Petrich/Beedham 6-3, 2-6, 6-2; Kocabus/Hite def. Foran/Scott 8-6; Chezik/Gabrielle Rohrer def. Brooklyn Alvarez/Poole 6-2.

Saturday at Naples

Naples 5, Vicenza 4

Singles – Samuel Stutzman (Nap) def. Sam Grady 6-2, 6-3; Erion Lord (Nap) def. Andrew Reed 8-4; Nick Cronk (Nap) def. Isaac Leon 8-1; Ben Avalos (Nap) def. Arthur Shore 8-0; Sam Hace (Vic) def. Nathan Heathington 8-2; Jacob McGovern (Vic) def. Devin Symonette 8-0.

Doubles – Grady/Reed def. Cronk/Avalos 6-3, 6-1; Lord/Stutzman def. Leon/Shore 8-2; Hace/McGovern def. Symonette/Heathington 8-4.

Girls

Naples 5, Vicenza 4

Singles – Delia Gordon (Vic) def. Talia Lord 6-1, 7-5; Liliana Stutzman (Nap) def. Addie Wilson 8-1; Andrea Mayounga (Nap) def. Maya McLeod 8-3; Aleczandria Rodriguez (Nap) def. Elie Delap 8-5; Ava Parker (Vic) def. Lucy Black 8-0; Sarah McGovern (Vic) def. Ava Williams.

Doubles – Wilson/Svenson def. Stutzman/Lord 6-4, 6-0; Mayounga/Rodriguez def. Gordon/McLeod 8-4; Parker/McGovern def. Black/Williams 8-1.

Saturday at Mons

Boys

SHAPE 7, Stuttgart 2

Singles – Enrique Jorquera (SHA) def. Noah Shive 6-7 (7-4), 6-3, (10-8); Zachary Call (Stu) def. Alejandro Cuesta 8-4; Alberto Viera (SHA) def. Sharif Elmas 8-7 (7-2); Eduardo Torrente de la Pisa (SHA) def. Kaden Jones 8-1; Rodrigo Ortega (SHA) def. Logan Hammack 8-2; Rodrigo Lage (SHA) def. Evan Chang 8-0.

Doubles – Shive/Call def. Cuesta/Torrente de la Pisa 6-3, 6-0; Jorquera/Viera def. Gibbons/Jurich 8-2; Karol Plandowski/Ortega def. Hammack/Jones 8-7 (7-4).

Girls

Stuttgart 6, SHAPE 3

Singles – Carla Cuesta (SHA) def. Isabel Williams 6-3, 6-3; Georgia Maria Bourtzi def. Gracey Basgall 8-5; Devin French (Stu) def. Carla Bernal Fernandez 8-0; Kiera French def. Mariana Torrente de la Pisa 8-6; Allison Hayes (Stu) def. Clara Pacios 8-5; Addie Atkins (SHA) won by forfeit.

Doubles – D.French/K.French def. Bourtzi/Atkins 6-4, 6-2; Franco/Lower (Stu) def. Torrente de la Pisa/Paula Solano 8-5; Fulton/Basgall def. Cuesta/Jona Nuredinaj 8-3.

Saturday at Sigonella

Boys

Marymount 4, Sigonella 0

Singles – Leonardo Proietti def. Kenna Hager 6-0, 6-0; Riccardo Aversi def. Chase Miller 8-4; Francesco Gregorini def. Andrei Hamilton 8-1.

Doubles – Proietti/Gregorini def. Hager/Miller 6-3, 6-4.

Girls

Sigonella 2, Marymount 1

Singles – Charlize Caro (Sig) def. Isabella Nudi 4-6, 5-3 (retired); Alessandra Palini (MMI) def. Katie Balbo 8-1.

Doubles – Caro/Babo def. Nudi/Palini 6-2, 6-3.

Saturday at Wiesbaden

Boys

Wiesbaden 7, Hohenfels 2

Singles – Beckham Witty (Hoh) def. Nicholas Beier 6-4, 6-0; Kayden Ballard (Wies) def. Joseph Moody 8-2; Jack Bishop (Wies) def. Adrian Metcalf 8-2; Colton Howell (Wies) def. Brian David 8-1; Ethan Na (Wies) def. Bryce Buford 8-0; Jace Ballard (Wies) def. Dominick Turley 8-0.

Doubles – Witty/Moody def. Beier/K.Ballard 4-6, 6-4, (10-7); Bishop/Na def. David/Metcalf 8-2; Howell/J.Ballard def. Turley/Joe-el Smith 8-0.

Girls

Singles - Bella Rainey def. Skylar Bledsoe 6-1, 6-2; Sophia Rainey def. Hannah Myers 8-0; London Howell def. Winter Lowery 8-0.

Doubles – B.Rainey/S.Rainey def. Bledsoe/Myers 6-2, 6-1; Ava Kryway/Kasey Jacobs def. Katelyn Cooley/Lowery 8-2.

Boys

Singles - Beier def. Bobby Lovallo (Ansbach) 6-0, 6-1.

Girls

Singles – Meredith Maxwell (Ansbach) def. Rainey 6-2, 6-0.

Boys

Singles - Witty def. Lovallo 6-0, 6-0

Girls

Singles – Maxwell def. Bledsoe 6-0, 6-0.

Volleyball

Girls

Ramstein def. Vilseck 25-19, 25-12, 25-17

Friday at Vilseck

Noteworthy - Sophia Schluth had 8 kills, Jasmine Jones 6 kills, Jasmyn Hall 14 assists and Lynsay McClure 5 aces for the Royals.

Stuttgart def. Vilseck 22-25, 25-12, 25-8, 17-25, 15-3

Saturday at Vilseck

Noteworthy - Berea Bryan had 30 assists and 4 aces, Ainsley Baker 11 kills and 4 blocks, Isciss Perez 12 kills and Charity Clements 8 kills and 4 aces for the Panthers.

Kaiserslautern def. SHAPE 25-11, 25-18, 25-12

Noteworthy - Piper Nowlin had 5 kills and Mariska Campbell 4 kills for the Raiders. Kiki Zielske had 9 aces and Caren Mayorga had 6.

Kaiserslautern def. SHAPE 25-9, 25-17, 25-12

Noteworthy - Moriah Deane had 6 kills for the Raiders and Nowlin and Campbell each added 4. Mayorga had 9 aces and Se’maiya Farrow had 5. Selam Foery and Zielske each had 12 digs.

Saturday at Mons

AFNORTH def. Hohenfels 27-25, 25-6, 25-15

Saturday at Brunnsum

Noteworthy – The Lions are 4-0.

Sigonella def. Bahrain 25-12, 25-14, 25-15

Noteworthy – Fabiola Mercado-Rodriguez had 4 aces and Isabella Naselli 4 aces and 4 kills fo the Jaguars.

Sigonella def. American Overseas School of Rome 13-25, 22-25, 25-18, 25-20, 15-12

Noteworthy - Mercado-Rodriguez had 5 aces and 7 kills and Nyeema Fernandez 3 aces and 22 assists for the Jaguars. Clara Clayton had 8 kills, Cristina Nespoli 7 and Annika Kravetzsky 4 kills and 15 assists for the Falcons.

Friday at Sigonella

Naples def. Vicenza 25-22, 25-19, 18-25, 14-25, 15-12

Friday at Naples

Naples def. Vicenza 25-14, 25-19, 25-22

Noteworthy - Cadence Quintana had 3 aces, 6 digs and 7 kills for the Wildcats, while Kennedy Rascoe had 10 kills and Emma Kasparek 15 assists.

Vicenza def. Rota 25-17, 25-6, 25-10

Noteworthy - Kasparek had 23 assists, Ella Taitingfong 6 digs and 4 assists, Kennedy Rascoe 6 aces, 8 kills and Aiyana Godfrey 9 digs for the Wildcats

Naples def. Rota 25-14, 25-19, 22-25, 26-24

Noteworthy – Mallory Smith had 3 aces, Ally Garcia 8 assists and Anna Gose 3 aces and 3 kills for the Wildcats.

Saturday at Naples

Spangdahlem def. Alconbury 21-25, 22-25, 25-22, 25-15, 15-8

Saturday at Spangdahlem

Ansbach def. Baumholder 25-16, 25-16, 25-15

Noteworthy - Georgia Bryant had 28 assists and 8 aces and Kennedy Lange had 12 aces, 3 kills and 8 digs and Natalie Ritter added 5 aces the Cougars.

Ansbach def. Brussels 25-10, 25-11, 25-7.

Noteworthy - Allison Schuck led the Cougars with 10 aces on 20 of 20 serves and 3 kills, while Kennedy Lange had 5 kills, 6 digs and 3 blocks, Tierney Bogard 5 kills and Georgia Bryant dished out 28 assists, 2 aces and 10 digs.

Saturday at Baumholder

Wiesbaden def. Black Forest Academy 23-25, 25-17, 25-6, 25-17

Saturday at Wiesbaden

Noteworthy – Savannah Tweedy had 8 kills and Katie Stemple 19 assists for the Falcons. Lyndsey Urick had 9 kills and 7 aces for the Warriors, while Maria Pidgeon had 6 kills and 4 aces and Bridget Pidgeon 5 kills and 4 aces.

Boys

Vicenza def. Naples 25-22, 25-18, 26-24

Friday at Naples

Noteworthy - Lucas Suszko had 5 kills and Ian O’Connor 5 blocks for the Wildcats.

Naples def. Vicenza 15-25, 25-23, 25-19, 20-25, 15-7

Noteworthy - Zach Denton had 9 aces and 9 kills and Kris Brush 8 kills for the Cougars. O’Connor had 8 kills and 10 blocks and Tristan Rosado and Davion Bowie had 3 aces each for the Wildcats.

Vicenza def. Rota 25-20, 25-11, 19-25, 25-23

Noteworthy - Denton had 7 kills and Nick Morton 6 for the Cougars.

Rota def. Naples 25-18, 16-25, 13-25, 25-22, 15-13

Noteworthy - AJ Lopez had nine straight service winners, O'Connor had 10 kills and Suszko 8 for the Wildcats.

Saturday at Naples

Sigonella def. Bahrain 25-18, 25-19, 25-13

Friday at Sigonella

Noteworthy – CJ Davis had 8 kills, Ale Montero 39 assists, Teven McCarthy 7 digs and 5 aces, Andrew Martin 5 kills and Levi Willhelm 5 kills for the Jaguars.

AOSR def. Bahrain 16-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-16 15-10

Noteworthy – Anthony Di Matteo had 7 kills and 19 aces, Parker Huber 14 kills and Brown-Samper 4 aces and 6 blocks for the Falcons.

Sigonella def. Bahrain 25-16, 25-15, 25-17

Noteworthy - Davis had 14 kills and 2 blocks, Montero 35 assists 2 aces, McCarthy 12 digs and Martin 8 kills for the Jaguars.

Sigonella def. AOSR 25-16, 25-15, 25-17

Noteworthy – Parker Huber had 4 kills and Tomas Brown-Samper 3 aces for the Falcons.

Saturday at Sigonella

Cross country

Saturday at Vilseck

Boys

Stuttgart 22, Ansbach 54, Vilseck 59

1. Jackson Cochran (Vil) 16 minutes, 38.51 seconds; 2. Carter Lindsey (Stu) 16:51.58; 3. Alex Daniels (Stu) 17:05.48; 4. Jackson Coombes (Stut) 17:06.34; 5. Brody Hocter (Ans) 18:20.08; 6. Nicholas Ellinger (Stu) 18:27.88; 7. William Morken (Stu) 18:35.42; 8. Nathan Johnson (Stu) 18:41.95; 9. Benjamin Schuck (Ans) 18:51.38; 10. Charles Stewart (Stu) 19:02.68.

Girls

Stuttgart 15, Vilseck 50, Ansbach, Hohenfels incomplete

1. Vanessa Alder (Stu) 17:59.91; 2. Lily Alder (Stu) 18:11.28; 3. Sophie Templeton (Stu) 21:38.62; 4. Jalissa Jobity (Hoh) 22:21.26; 5. Lilian Austin (Stu) 22:43.53; 6. Mackenzie Welsh (Stu) 23:43.03; 7. Anna Roth (Stu) 24:33.73; 8. Ella Field (Stu) 25:04.27; 9. Savannah Yacopino (Stu) 25:06.47; 10. Isabella Cope (Stu) 25:18.27.

Saturday at Aviano

Boys

Aviano 26, Vicenza 43, Naples 58, Sigonella, AOSR incomplete

1. Benjamin Udall (Avi) 17:14; 2. Everett Taylor (Avi) 17:43; 3. Zachary Taylor (Avi) 18:12; 4. Andrew McGovern (Vic) 18:25; 5. Noah Lindee (Nap) 19:14; 6. Jacob Kloepper (Vic) 19:36; 7. Jackson Brock (Vic) 19:37; 8. Wyatt McGowen (Avi) 19:45; 9. Jacob Kidd (Nap) 19:53; 10. Elias P. (Vic) 20:14.

Girls

Naples 50, Sigonella 63, Vicenza 67, AOSR 79, Aviano 81

1. Kayla Lubba (Vic) 21:32; 2. Ryleigh Ervin (Avi) 21:39; 3. Kayly Eimicke (Sig) 21:51; 4. Natalia DiMatteo (AOSR) 22:21; 5. Alexandra Balsamo (Nap) 22:53; 6. Kaitlyn Wayne (Vic) 23:15; 7. Madeleine Tolley (Avi) 24:45; 8. Molly Lefringhouse (Sig) 24:56; 9. Nadia Shimaski (Nap) 25:00; Abigail Benson (Nap) 25:06

Golf

Saturday at Aviano

Boys

Naples 99, Aviano 44

(Modified Stableford scoring system)

1. Josh Myrick (Naples) 26, 2. Caspar Waldeck (Nap) 26, 3. Christian Waldeck (Nap) 25, 4. Tyler Greene (Aviano) 19, 5. Ethan Stewart (Nap) 18, 6. Brandon Sanderson (Avi) 14, 7. Alex Revella (Avi) 8, 8. Drake Humphey (Nap) 4, 9. Tad Clark (Avi) 3.

Girls

Aviano 4

Lanaia Burkes 4.

Thursday at Stuttgart

Boys

Ramstein 99, Stuttgart 82, Wiesbaden 82, Vilseck 28, Kaiserslautern 26

1. Mark Heinz (Stu) 31, 2. Brian Grieve (Wies) 30, 3. Chris McHugh (Ram) 27.

Girls

Kaiserslautern 41, Ramstein 26, Wiesbaden 5

1. Asia Andrews (Kais) 23, 2. Taylor Kreimeirer (Stu) 15, 3. Reigen Pezel (Kais) 11, 4. Eva McFarland (Ram), 5. Rosario Brockhousen (Ram) 11.

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Kent has filled numerous roles at Stars and Stripes including: copy editor, news editor, desk editor, reporter/photographer, web editor and overseas sports editor. Based at Aviano Air Base, Italy, he’s been TDY to countries such as Afghanistan Iraq, Kosovo and Bosnia. Born in California, he’s a 1988 graduate of Humboldt State University and has been a journalist for almost 38 years.

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