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Girls

Friday at Sigonella

Naples def. Sigonella 22-25, 25-17, 21-25, 25-15, 15-5

Noteworthy - Fabiola Mercado-Rodriguez had 5 kills and 23 assists for the Jaguars and Ryleigh Denton 11 kills and 3 aces. Kennedy Rascoe had 5 aces, 6 digs and 5 kills for the Wildcats, while Aiyana Godfrey had 4 aces, 3 digs and 4 kills and Cadence Quintana 5 aces, 3 digs and 7 kills.

Sigonella def. Marymount 21-25, 25-17, 25-22, 25-6

Noteworthy - Mercado-Rodriguez had 4 aces, 4 kills and 16 assists for the Jaguars and Nyeema Fernandez 6 kills.

Saturday at Sigonella

Naples def. Marymount 25-7, 25-17, 25-22

Noteworthy - Kennedy Rascoe had 4 aces and 6 kills for the Wildcats, while Mallory Smith had 6 kills.

Friday at Vicenza

Vicenza def. Vilseck 24-26, 25-9, 25-17, 25-20

Noteworthy – Marley Denton had 4 aces and 4 kills for the Cougars, while Shalom DeJardin had 3 aces and 4 kills.

Vicenza def. Rota 25-6, 25-17, 25-12

Noteworthy – Denton had 5 aces for the Cougars.

Saturday at Vicenza

Vicenza def. Vilseck 14-25, 21-25, 25-17, 26-24, 15-6

Noteworthy – Mai Quintero had 3 kills for the Cougars, while Larkin Blue had 2 aces and 4 digs.

Vicenza def. Rota 25-20, 25-15, 25-21

Noteworthy – Avonlei Starling had 3 aces and 4 kills for the Cougars and Denton 3 aces and 2 kills.

Vilseck def. Rota 25-21, 25-8, 25-11

Aviano def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-13, 25-13, 25-13

Friday at Aviano

Noteworthy – Mayci Salmon had 23 assists for the Saints, while Sophia Fisher added 11 kills and Grace O’Connor had 6 aces in the win.

Aviano def. AOSR 25-23, 28-26, 22-25, 25-22

Saturday at Aviano

Noteworthy – Fisher had 14 kills, Jaycee Spence had an additional 12 kills, Mayci Salmon amassed 31 assists, and Elaina Holsclaw had 6 aces and 7 kills for the Saints. Clara Clayton and Cristina Nespoli had 5 kills each and Makinwa Opemipo had 4 blocks for the Falcons.

Ansbach def. Spangdahlem 25-15, 25-9, 25-14

Saturday at Ansbach

Noteworthy – Georgia Bryant had 12 aces and 26 assists, Kennedy Lange had 11 kills, Allison Schuck had 5 kills and Trinity Batin had 8 digs as the Cougars remain undefeated.

Ramstein def. Lakenheath 23-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-22

Saturday at Lakenheath

Noteworthy – Brooklyn Vavossa had 7 aces, Jasmine Hall had 18 assists, Jasimne Jones had 6 kills and Jodie Relojo had 5 kills for the Royals in the win. Riley Kraft had 10 kills and 5 aces, Chloe Aldrich had 7 kills and 14 assists and A’Lydia McNeal had 7 kills for the Lancers.

Saturday at Kaiserslautern

Wiesbaden def. Kaiserslautern 25-27, 25-22, 25-17, 9-25, 15-8

Noteworthy – Sage Barnes had 14 kills, Xin Ai Robinson added 7 kills and Se-maiya Farrow had 5 aces for the Raiders in the loss.

Wiesbaden def. Kaiserslautern 26-24, 25-18, 21-25, 25-17

Noteworthy – Nowlin had 5 kills, Robinson had 6 aces and Caren Mayorga added 5 aces for the Raiders in the loss. Quinn Stout had 30 kills and 4 aces, Maria Pidgeon 21 kills and 6 aces, Audrey Garrison 8 aces, 12 kills and 26 assists and Elizabeth Troxel 10 aces, 12 kills and 23 assists over the two matches for the Warriors.

Saturday at Stuttgart

Stuttgart def. Hohenfels 25-9, 25-10, 25-16

Noteworthy – Kamarija Woolridge had 6 aces, Audrey Gillooly had 5 digs, Berea Bryan had 11 assists and Katie Dollins had 8 assists for the Panthers.

SHAPE def. Hohenfels 25-7, 25-13, 25-13

Noteworthy – Lani Pearce had 7 aces, while Macy Gilbert, Laura Casado-Gomez and Nyla Williamson added 4 aces each for the Spartans.

Stuttgart def. SHAPE 25-19, 25-10, 25-15

Noteworthy – Ayana Gomez had 7 kills, Charity Clements had 5 aces, Berea Bryan had 5 aces and 12 assists, and Bella Whaley had 6 digs for the Panthers. Jessie Moon had 7 digs for the Spartans.

AFNORTH def. Alconbury 25-21, 25-14, 25-16

Saturday at Alconbury

Noteworthy – Elsa Stubbendorff had 7 kills for the Lions, while Selah Skariah had 5 kills and Sophia Mier 5 aces.

Boys

Vicenza def. Rota 25-16, 25-9, 25-23

Friday at Vicenza

Noteworthy – Zach Denton had 12 kills and 2 blocks for the Cougars, while Kristian Brush had 3 kills.

Vicenza def. Rota 25-17, 25-20, 25-14

Saturday at Vicenza

Noteworthy – Denton had 10 kills and 2 blocks for the Cougars, while Nicholas Morton had 5 kills and Brush 3.

Aviano def. AOSR 25-17, 25-19, 25-16

Friday at Aviano

Noteworthy – Kowen Nowell had 20 assists for the Saints, while Gabriele Fabbro had 10 digs and 6 kills, Xavier Fox had 6 aces and Nikko Monson had 5 kills. Ian Santos had 3 kills and 3 aces for the Falcons.

Aviano def. AOSR 25-12, 25-13, 25-13

Saturday at Aviano

Noteworthy – Fox had 8 kills and 7 aces, Fabbro had 11 kills and Nowell had 17 assists for the Saints.

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

Friday at Sigonella

Noteworthy - CJ Davis had 13 kills, Andrew Martin 11 kills and 3 blocks and Christopher Hedemand 11 blocks and 3 kills for the Jaguars. AJ Lopez had 4 kills for the Wildcats and Ian O’Connor and Lucas Suszko 3 blocks each.  

Sigonella def. Naples 25-19, 25-18, 9-25, 23-25, 15-12

Saturday at Sigonella

Noteworthy - Lopez had 6 aces while scoring points on 24 serves for the Wildcats, while Ian O’Connor had 12 kills and Suszko 9 kills.

Cross country

Saturday at Alconbury

Boys

Ramstein 15, Lakenheath, Alconbury scores not available

1. Jayden Andrews (Ram) 17 minutes, 35 seconds, 2. Max Furqueron (Ram) 18:00, 3. Spencer Jackson (Ram) 18:13, 4. Preston Jackson (Ram) 18:15, 5. Jacob Jeans (Ram) 18:24, 6. Logan Conrad (Lak) 18:39, 7. Clay Christensen (Lak) 19:17, 8.Hayden Luzier (Lak) 19:30, 9. Cole Soderstrom (Lak) 20:13, 10. Lochlin Johnson (Lak) 20:18.

Girls

Ramstein 27, Lakenheath, Alconbury scores not available

1. Abra Mills (Lak) 18:56, 2. Julia Harris (Ram) 20:35, 3. Brenna Mack (Ram) 21:19, 4. Heidi Amberson (Lak) 21:57, 5. Mya Loringer (Ram) 22:18, 6. Saniya Townes (Alc) 23:13, 7. Natalie Lords (Ram) 23:21, 8. Kiera Andreason (Lak) 23:45, 9. Natalia Maynes (Lak) 24:02, 10. Nadia Rahman (Ram) 25:30.

Saturday at Brussels

Boys

Brussels 28, Kaiserslautern 46, SHAPE 52

1. Jonathan Ramsey (Kais) 17:56, 2. Spenser Johnson (AFN) 18:00, 3. Noah Jorgensen (Bru) 18:04, 4. Cade Wedekind (Bru) 18:44, 5. David Van Wagener (SHA) 18:45, 6. Jayson Gustafson (SHA) 18:47, 7. Preston Eldred (Bru) 19:04, 8. Quinn Barnes (Kais) 19:09, 9. Ezra De Leon Kona (Bru) 19:15, 10. Damion Rogers (Bru) 19:38.

Girls

Kaiserslautern 15, SHAPE 47

1. Piper Parsells (Kais) 19:47, 2. Lena Herrmann (Kais) 21:56, 3. Katharina Storch (Kais) 22:32, 4. Samantha Ramsey (Kais) 22:37, 5. Ryann Philips (Kais) 22:52, 6. Giulia Masetti (SHA) 24:00, 7. Uno Tate (Kais) 24:02, 8. Macey Stewart (Bru) 24:18, 9. Abbie Hopkins (SHA) 24:29, 10. Camaya Glenn (Kais) 24:42.

Saturday at Ansbach

Boys

Stuttgart 24, Wiesbaden 44, Ansbach 71, Munich, Baumholder incomplete

1. Luke Jones (Wies) 16:36.84, 2. Jackson Coombes (Stu) 17:21.39, 3. Alex Daniels (Stu) 17:28.35, 4. Jax Watson (Wies) 18:31.46; 5. Marcus Chavez (Stu) 18:41.22, 6. William Morken (Stu) 18:44.54, 7. Brody Hocter (Ans) 18:44.90, 8. Nathan Johnston (Stu) 18:45.02, 9. Nicholas Ellinger (Stu) 18:49.92, 10. Benjamin Schuck (Ans) 18:51.98

Girls

Stuttgart 19, Wiesbaden 36, Hohenfels, Munich, Ansbach, Baumholder incomplete

1. Vanessa Alder (Stu) 18:16.80, 2. Lily Alder (Stu) 19:29.07, 3. Ella Bishop (Stu) 21:04.43, 4. Annastasia Berghammer (Wies) 21:25.82, 5. Kendall Kaloostian (Wies) 21:34.72, 6. Sophie Templeton (Stu) 21:46.29, 7. Jalissa Jobity (Hoh), 8. Lilian Austin (Stu) 22:14.37, 9. Jade Saunders (Wies) 22:31.99 10. Bryce Watts (Wies) 22:32.39.

Saturday at Vicenza

Boys

Aviano 31, Vicenza 46, Vilseck 50, Marymount, Rota incomplete

1. Jackson Cochran (Vil) 16:22, 2. Everett Taylor (Avi) 17:18, 3. Andrew McGovern (Vic) 17:30, 4. Ben Udall (Avi) 18:04, 5. Zachary Taylor (Avi) 18:10, 6. Jackson Brock (Vic) 19:11, 7. Jacob Kloepper (Vic) 19:11, 8. Wyatt McGowen (Avi) 19:43, 9. Trenton Leach (Vil) 19:46, 10. Jayce Aguilar (Vil).

Girls

Marymount 38, Aviano 52, Vicenza 54, Vilseck 77, Rota incomplete

1. Ryleigh Ervin (Avi) 20:58, 2. Kayla Lubba (Vic) 21:34, 3. Maddie Tolley (Avi) 24:03 4. Anna Townsend (Rot) 24:07, 5. Ainara Carrera (MMI) 24:09, 6. Sofia Sopranzi (MMI) 24:23, 7. Viola Benedetti (MMI) 24:24 , 8. Elizabeth Owens (Vic) 25:18, 9. Grace Harkison (Vic) 25:21, 10. Paige Rogers (Avi) 25:26.

Saturday at Sigonella

Boys

Bahrain 32, Naples 40, AOSR, Sigonella incomplete

1. Tobias Harney (Bahrain) 19:03, 2. Quentin Jack (Sig) 19:55, 3. Parker Dastrup (Nap) 20:51, 4. Benjamin Koerner (AOSR) 21:33, 5. Paulo Sarmiento (Bah) 22:02, 6. Giovanni Pollock (Nap) 22:04, 7. Thor Cies (Bah) 22:19, 8. Elias Baggett (Nap) 22:26, 9. Drake Garza (Bah) 22:44, 10. Ryan Maddox (Bah) 22:56.

Girls

Sigonella 45, Naples 45, AOSR 49, Bahrain incomplete

1. Kayly Eimicke (Sig) 21:39, 2. Natalia DiMateo (AOSR) 23:31, 3. Madeleine Armes (Bah) 23:49, 4. Nadia Shimaski (Nap) 24:21, 5. Molly Lefringhouse (Sig) 24:27, 6. Emma Fischer (Nap) 25:01, 7. Gracie Dominguez (Nap) 25:21, 8. Matea Torres (Sig) 25:23, 9. Evelyn Campbell (AOSR) 25:25, 10. Abigail Benson (Nap) 26:01.

Tennis

Friday at Brussels

Boys

AFNORTH 7, Brussels 2

Singles – Grant Rohrer (Bru) def. Gray Bayless 63, 61; Elham Aziri (Bru) def. Max Berlin 85; Andre Sperber (AFN) def. Elai De Leon Kona 8-6; Sawyer Kallestad (AFN) def. Miles Grussing 8-0; Chris Dietrich (AFN) and Henry Main (AFN) won by forfeit.

Doubles – Berlin/Sperber (AFN) def. Aziri/De Leon Kona 6-3, 6-3; Bayless/Kallestad (AFN) and Main/Mason (AFN) won by forfeit.

Girls

Brussels 9, AFNORTH 0

Singles – Abigail Halttunen def. Sheckinah Boswell 6-0, 6-1; Almina Kocabas def. Arianna Pfeil 8-2; Riley Thomas def. Kate McDowell 8-1; Ava Hite, Anja Pavlovska and Gabby Rohrer all won by forfeit.

Doubles – Halttunen/Thomas def. Boswell/Pfeil 6-1, 6-1; Kocabas/Hite and Adrienne Chezik/Pavlovska won by forfeit.

Saturday at Vilseck

Boys

Ramstein 9, Vilseck 0

Singles – Tristan Chandler def. Cameron Holloway 6-0, 6-0; Josh Huillet def. Robert Demeo 8-0; Eric Kim def. Jayson Baldwin 8-0; Sean Kim def. Christian Laliberte 8-1; Oscar Paz-Suaznaber def. Steven Harker 8-3; Elliot Radosevich won by forfeit.

Doubles – E. Kim/S. Kim def. Holloway/Demeo 6-0, 6-0; Paz-Suaznaber/Huillet def. Laliberte/Harker 8-1; James Rojas/Radosevich won by forfeit.

Singles – Holloway def. Bobby Lovallo (Ansbach) 6-2.

Singles – Chandler def. Lovallo 6-0, 6-0.

Girls

Ramstein 5, Vilseck 1

Singles – Zoe Crawford (Vil) def. Grace Hudson-Pineda 6-4, 6-2; Kennedy Call (Ram) def. Addy Alvarez 8-2; Emma Singletary (Ram) def. Ilianna Ramirez 8-4; Olivia Lebron (Ram) def. Camila Gomez 8-3; Madelyn Knepper (Ram) def. Luz Pasillas 8-0; Aundrea Lloyd (Vil) vs. Aliya Jones (Ram) suspended by rain.

Doubles – Knepper/Jones (Ram) def. Lloyd/Aliyah Mijares 8-0; Ramirez/Gomes (Vil) vs. Hudson-Pineda/Call (Ram) and Crawford/Alvarez (Vil) vs. Singletary/Lebron (Ram) suspended by rain.

Singles – Crawford vs. Meredith Maxwell (Ansbach) suspended by rain.

Singles – Hudson-Pineda vs. Maxwell suspended by rain.

Friday and Saturday at Sigonella

Boys

Sigonella 3, Spangdahlem 0

Singles – Kennan Hager def. Conner Koenig 6-1, 6-0; Chase Miller def. Russell Checkett 9-8 (7-5).

Doubles – Hager/Miller def. Koenig/Checkett 6-1, 6-0.

Girls

Sigonella 3, Spangdahlem 1

Singles – Charlize Caro (Sig) def. Samantha Moran 6-0, 6-1; Natalie Moran (Spa) def. Katie Balbo 8-0; Valerie Deguzman (Sig) def. Aspen Lindsey 8-4.

Doubles – Caro/Deguzman (Sig) def. S. Moran/N. Moran 6-3, 6-3.

Saturday at Vicenza

Boys

Vicenza 8, Wiesbaden 1

Singles – Sam Grady (Vic) def. Nicholas Beier 8-1; Andrew Reed (Vic) def. Kayden Ballard 8-4; Isaac Leon (Vic) def. Jack Bishop 8-2; Arthur Shore (Vic) def. Colten Howell 8-5; Jacob McGovern (Vic) def. Ethan Na 6-2; Jace Ballard (Wie) def. Dario Brownfield 6-2.

Doubles – Grady/Reed (Vic) def. Beier/K. Ballard 8-3; Leon/Shore (Vic) def. Bishop/Na 8-2; Sam Hace/McGovern (Vic) def. Howell/J. Ballard 8-4.

Girls

Vicenza 9, Wiesbaden 0

Singles – Delia Gordon def. Bella Rainey 8-1; Addie Wilson def. Sophia Rainey 8-3; Maya McLeod def. London Howell 9-7; Ava Parker def. Kasey Jacobs 8-1; Elie Delap def. Galilea Gonzalez-Escalante 6-2; Sarah McGovern def. Samaire Flemming 6-1.

Doubles – Wilson/Annika Svenson def. B. Rainey/S. Rainey 8-1; Gordon/Parker def. Flemming/Jacobs 8-1; McLeod/McGovern def. Howell/Escalante 8-2.

Saturday at Alconbury

Boys

Alconbury 8, Hohenfels 1

Singles – Beckham Witty (Hoh) def. Gethin Moose 6-3, 6-2; Tyler Kesinger (Alc) def. Joseph Moody 8-0; Phoenix Cordova (Alc) def. Adrian Metcalf 8-8 (7-2); Nathan Lucas (Alc) def. Scott Johnson 6-2; Tyler Robinson (Alc) def. Brian David 6-3; Nick Snopkowski (Alc) def. Jor-El Smith 6-3.

Doubles – Moose/Kesinger (Alc) def. Moody/Metcalf 6-0, 6-0; Lucas/Cordova (Alc) def. David/Johnson 4-0; Harvey Norris/Rosco Brady (Alc) def. Dominick Turley/Smith 4-0.

Girls

Alconbury 6, Hohenfels 3

Singles – Anceline Sanchez (Alc) def. Skylar Bledsoe 6-3, 6-3; Rachana Dacumos (Alc) def. Hannah Myers 8-5; Alhena Farias (Hoh) def. Joslin Real 9-7; Maggie May (Alc) def. Lexi Myer 6-1; Winter Lowery (Hoh) def. Daniella Pantoja 6-4; Aila Zentner (Alc) def. Katelyn Cooley 6-2.

Doubles – Sanchez/Dacumos (Alc) def. Bledsoe/Myers 6-2, 6-3; Zentner/Cheyenne Worley (Alc) def. Farias/Lowery 4-3; Cooley/Myer (Hoh) def. Ana Alejandro Diez/Gabi Pantoja 2-1.

Saturday at Naples

Boys

Naples 5, Rota 0

Singles – Samuel Stutzman def. Nicolas Lanker 6-0, 6-0; Erion Lord def. Grant Sturgeon 8-0; Nick Cronk def. Dustin Gonzalez 8-0.

Doubles – Cronk/Ben Avalos def. Lanker/Sturgeon 6-3, 6-1; Stutzman/Lord def. Sturgeon/Gonzales 8-0.

Girls

Naples 6, Rota 0

Singles – Liliana Stutzman def. Lauren Chambers 6-1, 6-0; Talia Lord def. Quennette Kirkconnell 8-1; Andrea Mayounga def. Becca Owins 8-0; Aleczandria Rodriguez def. Isabel Flitton 8-0.

Doubles – Stutzman/Lord def. Chambers/Kirkconnell 6-1, 6-0; Mayounga/Rodriguez def. Owins/Flitton 8-0.

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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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Matt is a sports reporter for Stars and Stripes based in Kaiserslautern, Germany. A son of two career Air Force aircraft maintenance technicians, he previously worked at newspapers in northeast Ohio for 10 years and is a graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

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