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BasketballBoysRegion IMenwith Hill 51, Brussels 36Friday at Menwith HillBrussels....... 6 10 6 14—36Menwith Hill ....... 13 14 19 5—51Scoring — Brussels: Braden Brower 28, Danny Helbling 6, Zach Jackson 2; Menwith Hill: Schuyler Backlar 17, Chuckie Reuss 17, Adrian Knight 7, Aidan Conner 4, Damon Morris 4, Ben Milam 2. Noteworthy - According to Menwith Hill coach Greg DeJardin, his freshman point guard, Reuss, committed just one turnover, was 3-of-4 on 3-pointers, and “finished on some difficult fast-break lay-ins.” Backlar grabbed 14 rebounds before he broke a small bone in his left hand midway through the final stanza. He’ll be out at least until after the holidays. Brower was 13-of-30 from the floor before leaving with a sore knee with 3 minutes to play. Records — Brussels is 0-2 overall and in Region I. The Brigands are 0-1 in Region I Small-Schools play and are to clash with Menwith Hill again Saturday. Menwith Hill is 1-1 overall and 1-0 in Region I and Region I Small-Schools competition.

Lakenheath 66, SHAPE 56Friday at LakenheathQuarter breakdowns not available. Scoring — Lakenheath: Brinsley Walker 24, K.J. Holloway 14, Nick Winkie 11. SHAPE: Connor Manning 17, Alizi Douglas 16. Noteworthy – Walker and Winkle each had nine rebounds for Lakenheath, while Douglas and Howard each had seven for SHAPE. Records — Lakenheath is 1-0, SHAPE is 0-3.

Region IIRamstein 60, Baumholder 52Friday at RamsteinBaumholder....... 9 15 13 15—52Ramstein ....... 15 11 13 21—60Scoring — Baumholder: Tahrell Harris 15, Hayford Owusu 15, Breon Herbert 9, Zach Buhrer 6, William Wilson 4, Ben McDaniels 3; Ramstein: Virgil Sneed 17, James Cho 9, DeVonte’ Allen 8, Caleb Guerrido 6, Justin Dickey 5, Jeramiyah White 5, Steven Groenheim 4, DaShawn Boswell 3, Xavier Jackson 3. Records - Ramstein is 3-1 overall, 2-0 in Region II; Baumholder is 2-2, 0-2. Next up for Baumholder is a non-regional home game against AFNORTH on Jan. 6. Next for Ramstein is a Region II home game Jan. 10 vs. Kaiserslautern. JV — Unavailable.

Kaiserslautern 79, Bitburg 73Friday at KaiserslauternBitburg .......10 15 17 31—73Kaiserslautern.......19 28 14 18—79Scoring (Some first names unavailable) — Bitburg: Evans 17, Matt Flood 12, Shanks 12, Wunberkt 11; Kaiserslautern: Derryk Scarvers 22, Williams 14, Stern 11, Joseph 11. Noteworthy - According to K-town coach Brant Tryon, Bradley grabbed 12 rebounds and Grant 11 for the Red Raiders, who got 5 assists from Scarvers and 3 each from Stern and Williams. Records — Bitburg is 0-1 overall and in region; Kaiserslautern is 1-1, 1-0. The teams are scheduled to play Saturday at Bitburg. JV — Unavailable.

Region IIIHeidelberg 58, Schweinfurt 31Friday at HeidelbergSchweinfurt.......4 10 6 11—31Heidelberg ....... 10 21 12 15—58Scoring — Schweinfurt: Josh Richardson 8, Anthony Johnson 6, Tony Price 5, Brandon Wright 4, Jordan Simpkins 3, Usman Joseph 3, John Kiner 2; Heidelberg: Sam Rosario 12, Maurice Simon 10, Marcel Simon 9, Mezzan El Sayed 6, Wayne Dawkins 5, Joseph Patrick 5, Kevin Gray 4, Javonte Leggins 3, Michael Pons 2, Viane Tagaloa 2. Noteworthy - Rosario handed out 8 assists for Heidelberg, which got 5 assists, 5 steals and a team-high 7 rebounds from Maurice Simon and 5 rebounds each from El Sayed and Tagaloa. Schweinfurt benefited from 7 rebounds by Richardson and 6 by Johnson. Records - Heidelberg is 2-0 overall, 1-0 in region and is to play next Saturday at Schweinfurt. Schweinfurt is 1-1, 1-1 going into that game. JV — Schweinfurt 51, Heidelberg 49 (2OT).

Vilseck 93, Hohenfels 40Friday at VilseckHohenfels ....... 10 4 18 8—40Vilseck ....... 21 19 25 28—93Scoring — Hohefnels: Daniel Harris 8, Charles Boateng 7, Devon Fluker 7; Vilseck: Derrick Woulard 19, Shawn Peebles 14, Calvin Hickman 12. Noteworthy — According to Vilseck coach John Sabala, his defense came up with 18 steals. Five Vilseck players scored in double-figures, he added. Peebles and Luis Guzman topped Vilseck’s board game with 8 rebounds each. Altogether, Vilseck, which got 7 rebounds from Woulard, grabbed 21 offensive rebounds. Records — Hohenfels is 0-2 overall and in Region III. Vilseck will take 2-0, 2-0 record into its next game, Jan. 13 at Ansbach. Hohenfels is to host Bamberg on Saturday in a regional game. JV — Vilseck 44, Hohenfels 14.Bamberg 48, Ansbach 45Friday at BambergAnsbach....... 10 13 16 6—45Bamberg ....... 16 16 4 12—48Scoring — Ansbach: Brandon Dunn 19, Antonio Henry 9; Bamberg: Anthony Cortright 18. Noteworthy — According to Bamberg coach Tim Smith, Cortright led Barons with 7 rebounds. Records — Ansbach is 1-1 overall and in region and next is to play Jan. 13 against visiting Vilseck. Bamberg is 1-2, 1-2 going into Saturday’s game at Hohenfels. JV — Ansbach 31, Bamberg 21.

GirlsRegion IAFNORTH 30, ISB 14Friday at Brunssum, NetherlandsInt. Sch. of Brussels ....... 2 6 0 6—14AFNORTH ....... 8 10 6 6—30Scoring — International School of Brussels: Unavailable; AFNORTH: Sara Sawyer 11, Jasmine Doll 7, Cherry Carnes 5. Noteworthy — According to AFNORTH coach D.C. McDonald, Sawyer posted a triple-double. She grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked 10 shots to go with her 11 points. Records — AFNORTH is 2-0 overall and in region. ISB is 0-1, 0-1. The teams are scheduled to play Saturday in Brussels. JV — AFNORTH 31, ISB 21.

SHAPE 43, Lakenheath 42Friday night at LakenheathSHAPE ....... 17 9 6 8 3_43Lakenheath ....... 10 10 11 9 2_42Scoring — SHAPE: Eugina Rhett 14, Teresa Muldoon 10, Jamie Gamboa 7. Lakenheath: Jourdan Hodge 21, Kristen Reed 11, Ellie Bice 5. Noteworthy- Hodge had 20 rebounds for Lakenheath, while Muldoon had seven rebounds and five steals for SHAPE. Records — SHAPE is 3-0, Lakenheath is 0-1.

Region IIRamstein 68, Baumholder 27Friday at RamsteinBaumholder ....... 5 6 6 10—27Ramstein ....... 19 14 19 16—68Scoring — Baumholder: Dionna Marcus 23, Kyana Milo 4; Ramstein: Mackenzie Crews 16, Kateri Goldammer 12, Samia Ladner 8, Takiyah Lopez 7, Bethany Claypool 6, Ayanna Reyes 6, Diamond Allen 5, Jasmine Young 4, Katherine Enyeart 2, Addison Ptomey 2. Noteworthy — According to Ramstein coach Nathan Brewster, Claypool grabbed 8 rebounds, Young 7 and Ladner 6 for Ramstein. Records - Ramstein will take 2-1 overall and 2-0 Region II mark into its next game, a region II clash Tuesday at Bitburg. Baumholder is 0-4 overall, 0-2 in region and next is scheduled to play Jan. 6 against visiting AFNORTH.

Region IIIHeidelberg 49, Schweinfurt 9Friday at HeidelbergSchweinfurt ....... 0 1 8 0—9Heidelberg ....... 7 14 17 11—49Scoring — Schweinfurt: Diandra Quashine 8, Ashley Leach 1; Heidelberg: Rebecca Luna 12, Emma Roberts 9, Infinity Baisden 7, Chelsea Shivers 6. Noteworthy — According to Heidelberg coach John Mittenzwey, Luna stole the ball 6 times, Baisden swiped it 4 times, and Kylee Miller blocked 4 shots. Aileen Donnelly topped the Heidelberg board game with 5 rebounds. Heidelberg got 4 rebounds and 4 steals from Shivers, and 4 rebounds from Christina Muehlbauer. Marlowe Muehlbauer registered 3 rebounds and 3 steals, and Emma Roberts snared 3 rebounds. Records — Heidelberg is 2-0 overall and 1-0 in region going into Saturday’s game at Schweinfurt. Schweinfurt will take 0-2, 0-2 mark into that game. JV — None reported.

Hohenfels 23, Vilseck 22Friday at VilseckHohenfels ....... 5 6 4 8—23Vilseck ....... 6 8 4 4—22Scoring — Hohenfels: Kiana Glenn 10, Casey Leon 8, Tashia Golson 4; Vilseck: Sharmil Whyatt 8, China Sumpter 6, Sidni Beaulieu 4, Taylor Hall 4. Noteworthy — Golson took game-rebounding honors with 9; her teammate Katie Taylor pulled down 6. Beaulieu topped Vilseck, which got 7 rebounds each from Taylor Hall and Whyatt, with 8 rebounds. Records — Each team is 1-1 overall and in region. Vilseck next is scheduled to play Jan. 13 at Ansbach; Hohenfels is to host Bamberg on Saturday. JV — Vilseck 16, Hohenfels 4.

Ansbach 30, Bamberg 28Friday at BambergAnsbach ....... 9 6 6 9—30Bamberg ....... 5 6 2 15—28Scoring — Ansbach: Chealsy Reaves 11, Lauren Finley 10; Bamberg: Natesha Godbee 8, Tiana Bowen 8. Noteworthy — According to Bamberg coach Ethan Engel, Ansbach’s Alyssa Solis topped all rebounders with 21. Her teammate Jahkya Smith added 8. Reaves canned 3 treys for Ansbach. Bamberg got 15 rebounds from Godbee and 14 from Vanessa Sanders. Records — Ansbach will take 2-0 overall and Region III records into its next game, Jan. 13 against visiting Vilseck. Bamberg, which is scheduled to play at Bamberg on Saturday, is 1-2, 1-2. JV — None reported.

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