Europe Scoreboard: Dec. 11, 2011
High school basketball
BoysNon-regionalTASIS England 82, Alconbury 20Saturday at LondonAlconbury 10 3 5 2—20TASIS England 23 20 15 24—82Scoring (first names unavailable)—Alconbury: Mantell 9; TASIS England: Roman 20, Kramer 17. Noteworthy—According to Alconbury coach Jake Jacob, Jeff Goluba pulled down 9 rebounds for Alconbury. Records—Alconbury, which is idle until a Jan. 13 trip to Brussels, is 0-3 overall. JV—None.
Region IAFNORTH 54, ISB 50 (OT)Friday at Brunssum, NetherlandsScore by quarters unavailableScoring—International School of Brussels: Unavailable; AFNORTH: Nuri Karaca 34. Noteworthy—According to AFNORTH coach Nate Goolsby, Kuraca was 16-of-17 from free-throw line in game which was tied at 48 at the end of regulation. JV—AFNORTH 50, ISB 18.
AFNORTH 61, ISB 60 (OT)Saturday at BrusselsScore by quarters unavailableScoring: International School of Brussels: Unavailable; AFNORTH: Karaca 23, Oguzhan Yabici 15, Westin McKinney 10. Noteworthy—According to Goolsby, Karaca, who scored 7 points in overtime, hit winning basket after ISB had gone up 61-60 with 10 seconds left. Yabici, whom Goolsby said played an outstanding defensive game, canned a buzzer-beating trey at the end of the 3rd period which allowed AFNORTH to erase a game-long deficit which reached as many as 8 points. Game was tied at 52 in regulation. Records—AFNORTH is 3-0 overall and in Region I and next plays Jan. 6-7 at Baumholder. ISB is 0-2, 0-2 and is to play visiting Brussels on Wednesday. JV—AFNORTH 31, ISB 16.Region IVVicenza 93, Florence 12Friday at FlorenceScore by quarters unavailableScoring—Unavailable. Noteworthy—Game was completed using running clock, according to Vicenza coach Eric Wakefield, who reported that Florence did not keep a scorebook. JV—None.Vicenza 77, Florence 6Saturday at FlorenceScore by quarters unavailableScoring—Unavailable. Noteworthy—Running clock employed again. Wakefield reported that his team traveled with just six players, three of them starters, so at least two starters were in the game at all times. Records—Vicenza will take 4-0 overall and regional record into its next games, Jan. 13-14 at Sigonella. International School of Florence is 0-4, 0-4 going into its next games, at home vs. Marymount International School of Rome on Jan. 13-14. JV—None.
GirlsRegion IBrussels 28, Menwith Hill 11Friday at Menwith HillBrussels 6 11 7 4—28Menwith Hill 2 0 3 6—11Scoring—Brussels: Dominique Poitier 12, Aleeza Vitale 8, Alexandra McVicker 4, Ali DeFazio 2, Ana Marija Vasileva 2; Menwith Hill: Brittany Dixon 4, Kaia Pierce 4, Arielle Rogers 3. Noteworthy—Poitier completed her double-double with 10 rebounds; she also stole the ball 5 times, according to Brussels coach Dexter Bohn. Brussels got 6 rebounds from Vitale. JV—None.Brussels 25, Menwith Hill 8Saturday at Menwith HillBrussels 14 0 4 7—25Menwith Hill 4 2 0 2—8Scoring—Brussels: Poitier 7, McVicker 6, Vasileva 6, Vitale 4, Sindi Shahu 2; Menwith Hill: Dixon 4, Rogers 4. Noteworthy—Bohn reported 7 steals and 6 rebounds for McVicker, 6 rebounds for Shahu, 4 assists for DeFazio, 3 for Vitale and 2 for Vasileva. Records—Brussels, which is next scheduled to play at International School of Brussels on Wednesday, is 2-1 overall and 2-0 against Region I small schools. Menwith Hill is 0-3 overall, 0-2 in regional small-schools play. JV—None.Region IIKaiserslautern 49, Bitburg 23Friday at KaiserslauternBitburg 8 3 6 6—23Kaiserslautern 7 24 6 12—49Scoring—Bitburg: Brianna Lackey 15; Kaiserslautern: Amber Perryman 11, Medina Gregory 9, Denicya Canton 7, Alana Dickerson 6, Jada Perry 6. Noteworthy—According to K-town coach Corey Sullivan, his team got 6 steals from Grace Gonzalez and 6 rebounds from Perry. Bitburg coach Michael Cottrell reported 5 rebounds for Leila Hall and 3 blocks for Lackey. JV—Kaiserslautern 27, Bitburg 4.Kaiserslautern 52, Bitburg 26Saturday at BitburgKaiserslautern 15 10 8 19—52Bitburg 3 11 3 9—26Scoring—Kaiserslautern: Gregory 10, Perry 10, Gonzalez 7, Perryman 7, Martha Bonilla 5; Bitburg: Melissa Menshel 10, Lamonica Williams 7, Lackey 4. Noteworthy—Sullivan reported 9 steals for Gonzalez, 6 for Perryman and 5 for Bonilla. Perry again led K-town’s rebounding, this time with 7. Cottrell reported 5 rebounds each for Kaili Bach, Michelle Morrison and Williams, and 3 blocks for Menschel. Records—Kaiserslautern goes into holidays 2-1 overall, 2-0 in region. The Lady Raiders next are to host Hohenfels on Jan. 6-7. Bitburg, which is to host Ramstein on Tuesday, is 0-2, 0-2. JV—Kaiserslautern 21, Bitburg 2.Youth swimmingEuropean Forces Swim LeagueSaturday at Mons, BelgiumTeam scoringSHAPE 679, NATO 372, Geilenkirchen 366, Brussels 216Triple individual winnersBenjamin Balla, Gwen Davis, Becca Dinunzio, Gregor Heim, David Koch, Heidi Northshield and Jessica van der Laan (SHAPE); Adela Stepankova, Helene Seegert, Olav Van den Brink and Andrew Sterns (NATO), and Vincent de Munter (GK).Noteworthy—SHAPE’s Balla broke his team’s record in the 9-10-year-old boys’ 50-meter backstroke. He swam 37.79 seconds, breaking the old record of 38.64, set by Steve Higgins in 1994.