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Volleyball

Girls

Wiesbaden def. Stuttgart 22-25, 25-21, 25-10, 22-25, 15-7

Friday at Stuttgart

Noteworthy – Elizabeth Troxel had 11 aces, 9 kills and 12 assists; Audrey Garrison had 9 aces, 5 kills and 14 assists; Sailor Allred had 13 digs; and Ryanna Mize had 10 kills for the Warriors.

Friday at Vicenza

Kaiserslautern def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-9, 25-21, 25-14

Noteworthy – Piper Nowlin had 6 kills and Moriah Deane three for the Raiders, while Xin Ai Robinson had 8 aces and Se’maiya Farrow had 4. Cristina Nespoli had 11 spikes and Giulia Castellaneta 10 assists for the Falcons.

Kaiserslautern def. Vicenza: 25-12, 14-25, 25-15, 25-20

Noteworthy - Nowlin had 8 kills and Sage Barnes had 7 for the Raiders. Robinson had 7 aces and Isabella Daep 3 aces.

AOSR def. Vicenza 25-16, 25-17, 23-25, 25-19

Noteworthy - Nespoli had 15 kills, Clara Clayton 10 kills and Anna Kravetzsky 5 aces and 12 assists for the Falcons.

Saturday at Vicenza

Kaiserslautern def. AOSR 25-18, 25-21, 25-5

Noteworthy - Nowlin and Daep each had 6 kills for the Raiders. Farrow had 8 aces and Barnes 6. Nespoli and Clayton had 4 spikes and Kravetzsky 10 assists for the Falcons.

Kaiserslautern def. Vicenza 25-18, 25-11, 25-11

Noteworthy - Barnes had 7 kills for the Raiders and Nowlin had 5. Robinson had 7 aces.

Vicenza def. AOSR 25-17, 25-23, 22-25, 25-17

Noteworthy - Nespoli had 8 kills, Clayton 5 kills and Kravetzsky 13 assists.

Spangdahlem def. AFNORTH 18-25, 25-19, 25-20, 17-25, 15-13

Saturday at Brunssum

Ansbach def. Hohenfels 25-8, 23-25, 25-19, 25-14

Noteworthy – Kennedy Lange had 10 kills and Kennedy Kohrs 9 for the Cougars, while Georgia Bryan had 36 assists and 9 aces and Trinity Batin 7 aces and 10 digs.

Saturday at Lakenheath

Lakenheath def. SHAPE 20-25, 25-18, 25-9, 25-11

Saturday at Lakenheath

Noteworthy – Jessie Moon had 15 digs and Bella Smith 5 aces for the Spartans. Chloe Aldrich had 9 kills, 9 aces, 9 assists and 6 digs for the Lancers, while Olivia Bouchard had 4 kills and 8 digs and A’Lydia McNeal 4 kills and 4 aces.

Saturday at Ramstein

Black Forest Academy def. Vilseck 25-21, 25-18, 25-18

Noteworthy - Savannah Tweedy had 8 kills and Katie Stemple 28 Assists for the Falcons.

Ramstein def. Vilseck 25-12, 25-15, 25-14

Noteworthy - Sophia Schluth had 11 kills, Jillian Buckley 7 kills, Jodia Relojo 7 kills, Jazmyn Hall 17 assists and 6 aces for the Royals.

Ramstein def. BFA 25-21, 25-20, 21-25, 27-25

Noteworthy - Schluth had 15 kills, Buckley 11 kills, Jasmine Jones 9 kills and 3 blocks and Hall 18 assists for the Royals. Lynnea Diaz Gonzalez had 4 aces and 8 kills, Ashley Tweedy 5 aces and Savannah Tweedy 18 kills for the Falcons.

Aviano def. Rota 25-16, 25-16, 25-8

Saturday at Rota

Noteworthy – Sophia Fisher had 14 aces, 6 kills and 5 digs for the Saints, while Elaina Holsclaw had 5 kills and 4 digs, Jaycee Spence 7 digs, Mayci Salmon 6 aces and Kayla Graney 7 kills.

Alconbury def. Sigonella 25-22, 26-24, 21-25, 17-25, 15-8

Saturday at Alconbury

Noteworthy – Reagan Boyett had 3 kills and 10 service points for the Dragons after returning from a broken foot that kept her out of action for four weeks. Alondra Acosta had 8 aces and 5 kills, Lorna Lee 7 kills and 4 aces, Eleni Politis 6 kills and 8 blocks and Aleesa Fromm 3 aces for Alconbury.

Boys

Sigonella def. Lakenheath: 25-12, 25-14, 25-19

Noteworthy – Michael Marlett had 4 kills and 2 aces for the Lancers and Cristian Chavira had 12 digs and 2aces.

Sigonella def. Lakenheath: 25-12, 25-23, 25-11

Noteworthy – Josiah Bradshaw had 2 kills and 2 aces for the Lancers, while Chavira had 8 digs and Marlett 3 kills and 3 aces. CJ Davis had 17 kills, Chris Hedemand 15 kills and 13 blocks and Andrew Martin 15 kills for the Jaguars over the two matches and Ale Montero had 30 assists and 6 aces.

Vicenza def. AOSR 23-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-14

Friday at Vicenza

Noteworthy - Zach Denton had 15 kills, Christian Brush 8 kills, Patrick Blake 4 kills, Christian Barbiero 27 assists, Peter Hartman 7 blocks and Isaac Dube 7 blocks for the Cougars. Parker Huber had 8 kills, Anthony Di Matteo 5 aces and 5 blocks, Tomas Brown-Samper 3 blocks and Aurelien Berthet 4 kills for the Falcons.

AOSR def. Vicenza 25-21, 23-25, 25-14, 25-17

Saturday at Vicenza

Noteworthy - Denton had 12 kills and 7 blocks, Brush 4 kills and 5 blocks and Barbiero 17 assists for the Cougars. Huber had 16 kills and 6 aces, Edward Ferretti 6 kills, Brown-Samper 6 blocks and Anthony Di Matteo 5 aces and 4 blocks for the Falcons.

Cross country

Saturday at Stuttgart

Boys

Stuttgart 29, Ansbach 49, Vilseck 57

1. Jackson Cochran (Vil) 16:51.84, 2. Brody Hocter (Ans) 18:17.32, 3. Nathan Johnston (Stu) 18:22.02, 4. Nicholas Ellinger (Stu) 18:25.71, 5. Benjamin Schuck (Ans) 18:45.53, 6. Charles Stewart (Stu) 19:08.40, 7. Tobin McArthur (Stu) 19:22.74, 8. Marcus Chavez (Stu) 19:23.74, 9. Austin Griswold (Stu) 19:26.21, 10. Trenton Leach (Vil) 19:43.75.

Girls

Stuttgart 15, Vilseck 50

1. Vanessa Alder (Stu) 18:25.53, 2. Lily Alder (Stu) 19:32.74, 3. Ella Bishop (Stu) 21:12.97, 4. Lilian Austin (Stu) 22:36.56, 5. Ella Field (Stu) 23:58.59, 6. Charlotte Grant (Stu) 24:17.97, 7. Anna Roth (Stu) 24:21.20, 8. Savannah Yacopino (Stu) 25:43.57, 9. Marnessa Rea (Stu) 26:30.56, 10. Kaylee Smith (Stu) 26:34.00.

Noteworthy – Vanessa Alder, the heavy favorite to win the European cross country title, shattered the course record of 19:40 set by Morgan Mahlock in 2010.

Saturday at Wiesbaden

Boys

Wiesbaden 24, SHAPE 34

1. Zachary Watts (Wies) 18:32, 2. Jax Watson (Wies) 18:38, 3. David Van Wagenen (SHA) 18:44, 4. Jayson Gustafson (SHA) 18:44, 5. Tudor Vavari (SHA) 18:51, 6. Rhys Thayer (Wies) 18:58, 7. Asher Dunton (Wies) 19:28, 8. Terran Roberson (Wies) 19:38, 9. Nicholas Hernandez (Wies) 19:45, 10. Irakleitos Manousakis (SHA) 19:46.

Girls

Wiesbaden 15, SHAPE 47

1. Annastasia Berghammer (Wies) 21:53, 2. Kendall Kaloostian 22:07, 3. Bryce Watts (Wies) 22:24, 4. Jade Saunders (Wies) 22:51, 5. Natalia Bergdorf (Wies) 23:26.39, 6. Maisie Watson (Wies) 23:38, 7. Giulia Masetti (SHA) 24:27, 8. Nicolene Andraga-Arias (SHA) 24:23, 9. Abbie Hopkins (SHA) 24:58, 10. Ratree Bhuiyan (Wies) 25:53.

Tennis

Saturday at Lakenheath

Boys

Kaiserslautern 9, Lakenheath 0

Singles – Alexander Brunk def. Calvin Moncada 8-0; Jacob Gerber def. Nikki Scott 8-1; Jace Martin def. Jesse Rico 8-2; Sam Jones def. Christian Hiam 8-0; Noel Houser def. Gabe Blanke 8-0; Isaac Holly def. Dakota Odegaard 8-2.

Doubles – Gerber/Martin def. Moncada/Rico 8-1; Houser/Jones def. Scott/Hiam 8-3; Anderson Ennis/Holly def. Blanke/Odegaard 8-1.

Girls

Kaiserslautern 9, Lakenheath 0

Singles Stella Schmitz def. Elizabeth Petrich 8-0; Brooke Rawcliffe def. Maddie Beedham 8-1; Alisa Dietzel def. Hikari Scott 8-0; Gianna Terry def. Xiao Wendling 8-0; Isabela Wagers def. Isabel Foran 8-3; Bailey Bates def. Teagan Poole 8-0.

Doubles Dietzel/Abby Hover def. Petrich/Beedham 8-1; Wagers/Terry def. Scott/Foran 8-4; Bates/Rawcliffe def. Poole/Brooklyn Alvarez 8-0.

Saturday at Naples

Boys

Naples 4, Sigonella 0

Singles – Samuel Stutzman def. Kenna Hager 6-0, 6-0; Erion Lord def. Chase Miller 8-3; Nick Cronk def. Andrei Hamilton.

Doubles – Cronk/Ben Avalos def. Hager/Miller 6-0, 6-2.

Girls

Naples 3, Sigonella 1

Singles – Charlize Caro (Sig) def. Talia Lord 6-0, 6-1; Liliana Stutzman (Nap) def. Valeria Deguzman 8-0; Aleczandria Rodriguez (Nap) def. Katie Balbo.

Doubles – Stutzman/Lord def. Caro/Deguzman 6-2, 6-3.

Saturday at Wiesbaden

Boys

SHAPE 7, Wiesbaden 2

Singles – Alejandro Cuesta (SHA) def. Nicholas Beier 6-1, 6-3; Kayden Ballard (Wies) def. Rodrigo Ortega 8-6; Rodrigo Lage (SHA) def. Jack Bishop 8-3; Maksymillian Oprych (SHA) def. Colten Howell 8-6; Radu Grosu (SHA) def. Jace Ballard 8-6; Ethan Na (Wies) def. Maks Mijatov 8-6.

Doubles – Cuesta/Ortega def. Beier/K.Ballard 4-6, 6-2, 10-3; Lage/Oprych def. Bishop/Na 8-6; Grosu/Mijatov def. Howell/J.Ballard 8-6.

Girls

SHAPE 8, Wiesbaden 1

Singles – Carla Cuesta (SHA) def. Bella Rainey 6-1, 6-0; Sophia Rainey (Wies) def. Georgia Boutzi 8-4; Mariana Torrente de la Pisa (SHA) def. London Howell 8-3; Carla Bernal Fernandez (SHA) def. Kasey Jacobs 9-7; Chiara D’Arrigo (SHA) def. Galilea Gonzalez-Escalante 8-1; Clara Pacios (SHA) def. Samaire Fleming 8-2.

Doubles – Torrente de la Pisa/D’Arrigo def. B.Rainey/S.Rainey 6-2, 2-6, 10-5; Bourtzi/Addie Atkins def. Jacobs/Howell 8-4; Bernal Fernandez/Pacios def. Gonzalez-Escalante/Fleming 8-2.

Saturday at Marymount

(First names not available for Marymount)

Boys

Marymount 5, Vicenza 4

Singles – Leonardo Proietti (MMI) def. Sam Grady 6-2, 6-2; Andrew Reed (Vic) def. Grifeo 8-6; Aliberti (MMI) def. Isaac Leon 8-6; Riccardo Aversi (MMI) def. Sam Hace 8-3; Pomilio (MMI) def. Arthur Shore 7-6; Jacob McGovern (Vic) def. Francesco Gregorini 6-2; Dario Brownfield (Vic) def. Li 6-1.

Doubles – Grady/Reed def. Alberti/Aversi 6-1, 6-2; Gregorini/Grifeo def. Leon/Shore 8-4; Hace/McGovern def. Cannizaro/Pomilio 8-5.

Girls

Vicenza 6, Marymount 3

Singles – Caffarelli (MMI) def. Delia Gordon 6-0, 6-2; Marino Bianca (MMI) def. Addie Wilson 8-6; Alessandra Palini (MMI) def. Maya McLeod 8-5; Ava Parker (Vic) def. Marino Ben 6-0; Elie Delap (Vic) def. Giannetti 6-5; Sarah McGovern (Vic) def. Rodriguez 6-0.

Doubles – Wilson/Svenson def. Caffarelli/Marino Bianco 6-3, 7-5; Gordon/Parker def. Paloni/Marino Ben 8-1; McLeod/McGovern def. Giannetti/Rodriguez 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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