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Europe Scoreboard: Feb. 17, 2018

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: February 17, 2018

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AFNORTH 52, Brussels 23
Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands
Brussels  12  0  5  6  --  23
AFNORTH  11 8  19  14  --  52
Scoring – Brussels: Dominick DeFazio 16; AFNORTH: David Mitchell 21, Luke Priestman 14, Keoni Gallman 4. Noteworthy – Priestman totaled 8 assists, 4 rebounds and 4 steals; Gallman produced 9 rebounds and 3 steals.

Rota 64, Marymount 38
Friday at Rota
Scoring – Marymount: Gianmaria Bellucci 16, Fracisco Necco 14; Rota: Andy Drake 24, Joseph Perches 15. Noteworthy – Drake (13), Perches (10) and Bellucci (10) cracked double-digits in rebounding.

Hohenfels 57, Ansbach 44
Friday at Hohenfels
Scoring – Ansbach: Ogden Andrew 24, Kevin Kamara 12; Hohenfels: Wade Cooper 23, Herold-Adams 15. Noteworthy – Cooper led all rebounders with 12 in a double-double effort; Nick Benson (7), Kamara (6) and Andrew (6) contributed on the boards for Ansbach; Andrew made 5 three-pointers.

Ansbach 68, Hohenfels 33
Saturday at Ansbach
Hohenfels  7  7  12  7  -- 33
Ansbach  15  19  15  19   -- 68
Scoring – Hohenfels: Walker 20, Cooper 5; Ansbach: Kamara 28, Andrew 24. Noteworthy – Andrew had 13 rebounds, 6 steals and 5 assists for Ansbach, while Kamara had 7 rebounds and Nick Benson 6 for Ansbach.

Wiesbaden 49, Kaiserslautern 46
Friday at Wiesbaden
Kaiserslautern  11  16  11  8 – 46
Wiesbaden   7  14  15  13 – 49
Scoring – Kaiserslautern: Isiah Washington 12, Santo Starkey 9; Wiesbaden: Jaylen McFadden 15, Josh Osakwe 11. Noteworthy – Tre’ Dotson had 8 rebounds for Kaiserslautern, while Osakwe filled up the stats sheet with 14 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals.

Vicenza 62, Aviano 45
Friday at Vicenza
Aviano   11  8  18  8 – 45
Vicenza  8  14  16  24 – 62
Scoring – Aviano: Mason Shine 20, Traevian Ware 6, Ben Broome 5; Vicenza: Jayden Owens 17, Abrein Brown 17, Kai’re Grant 16.

Aviano 47, Vicenza 38
Saturday at Aviano
Vicenza  8  10  10  10 – 38
Aviano  12  10  15  10 – 47
Scoring – Vicenza: Owens 13, Donavan Gragg 9, Micah Dejardin 7; Aviano: Ware 18, Shine 6. Noteworthy – Ware scored the Saints’ final 9 points.

Lakenheath 59, SHAPE 43
Friday at Mons, Belgium
Lakenheath  12  16  23  8  -- 59
SHAPE  11  13  8  11  -- 43
Scoring – Lakenheath: Jordan Harris 11, Daniel Velmen 11, Grady Wright 10; SHAPE: Jevon Wong 15, Chander Squire 10, Jose Garcia 5. Noteworthy – Squire had 6 rebounds for SHAPE.

Lakenheath 55, SHAPE 43
Saturday at Mons, Belgium
Lakenheath   14  12  13  16 – 55
SHAPE   9  11  13  10  -- 43
Scoring – Lakenheath: Kobe Cox 15, Velmen 12, Wright 11; SHAPE: Squire 12, Wong 10, Anthony Gorden 8. Noteworthy – Squire had 8 rebounds for SHAPE.

SHAPE 40, Alconbury 29
Saturday at Mons, Belgium
Alconbury  7  12  5  2  -- 29
SHAPE  8  6  8  18  -- 40
Scoring – Alconbury: Jose Cordero 17, Monroe Potter 7; SHAPE: Marios Giannopoulos 16, Garcia 10, Squire 7. Noteworthy – Potter had 13 rebounds for Alconbury, while Giannopoulos had 8 and Squire 5 for SHAPE.

Ramstein 60, Black Forest Academy 58, OT
Friday at Kandern, Germany
Scoring – Ramstein: Naser Eaves 33, Jason Jones Jr. 14, Sincere Dudley 10; BFA: Jacob Fortune 24, Dillon Priest 17, Gabe Kruse 9. Noteworthy – Dudley had 17 rebounds and Eaves 8 for Ramstein; while Kaden Proctor grabbed 10 for BFA and Kruse had 7 steals.

Ramstein 65, BFA 56
Saturday at Kandern, Germany
Scoring – Ramstein: Eaves 36, Gabe Fraley 8, Jones 6; BFA: Fortune 16, Priest 15, Kruse 8, Proctor 8. Noteworthy – Eaves had 12 rebounds and Jones 8 for Ramstein, while Trevor Braaten led BFA with 9 and Josh Kirkpatrick and Proctor had 7 apiece.

Girls

Kaiserslautern 31, Wiesbaden 26
Friday at Kaiserslautern
Scoring – Wiesbaden: Serenity Owens 10, Corban Jackson 10; Kaiserslautern: Le’Jhanique Brown 14, Imaya Sharpe 6, Brooke Fitzpatrick 5. Noteworthy – Leading rebounders included Wiesbaden’s Amani Robinson (10), Owens (9) and Allison Urick (8) and Kaiserslautern’s Sharpe (5) and Haylee Smith (5); Cece McKenzie added 4 assists in the win.

Black Forest 46, Ramstein 34
Friday at Kandern, Germany
Ramstein  8  4  14  8  --  34
BFA  11  13  11  11  --  46
Scoring – Ramstein: Reinha Williams 10, Shemilia Johnson 10; BFA: Grace Wettstone 11, Katie Greathouse 10, Kennedy Wilbanks 10. Noteworthy – BFA’s Wettstone and Jessie Campbell tied for game-high honors with 11 rebounds, while Campbell added 3 steals; Johnson had 6 rebounds and Williams 5 for the Royals; Yhari Dupree had 6 steals for Ramstein; Greathouse made a pair of 3-pointers.

Black Forest 37, Ramstein 27
Saturday at Kandern, Germany
Ramstein  5  9  7  6 – 27
BFA  12  9  10  6 – 37
Scoring – Ramstein: Mari Shannon 6, Yhari Dupree 6; BFA: Becca Losey 17, Jessica Campbell 8, Katie Greathouse 5, Grace Wettstone 5. Noteworthy – Campbell had 25 rebounds for BFA, and Losey added 10.

Rota 42, Marymount 12
Friday at Rota
Scoring – Rota: Laniya Chester 12. Noteworthy – Chester added 8 rebounds.

Brussels 28, AFNORTH 25, OT
Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands

Hohenfels 41, Ansbach 39
Friday at Hohenfels
Ansbach 12  13 5  9  --  39
Hohenfels  4  9  11  17  --  41
Scoring – Ansbach: Katelynn Patterson 22, Shermaine Nesbitt 6; Hohenfels: Jael Shain 14, Billyanna Garland 10, Atleigh Hardaway 6. Noteworthy – Ansbach’s Shanice Kamara led all rebounders with 14, while Patterson and Rona Denuna added 4 apiece for the Cougars; Maddy Black paced the Tigers with 12 boards, while teammate June Smith grabbed 7; Nesbitt added 7 steals and 3 assists.

Ansbach 34, Hohenfels 21
Saturday at Ansbach
Hohenfels  4  4  5  8  -- 21
Ansbach  8  8  6  12 – 34
Scoring – Hohenfels: Garland 11,  Smith 2; Ansbach: Patterson 17, Kamara 7, Nesbitt 6. Noteworthy – Kamara had 15 rebounds and Patterson 12 for Ansbach and Nesbitt 4 steals.

Vicenza 50, Aviano 30
Saturday at Aviano
Scoring – Vicenza: Amy Silbaugh 15, Angelina Lepez 7, Shoshana Rogers 7; Aviano: Tatyana Valenzuela 9, Jasmine Vasquez 7, Sara Blechinger 4. Noteworthy – Layla Thomas had 8 rebounds and Valenzuela 7 for Aviano.

Stuttgart 26, Vilseck 24
Friday at Stuttart
Vilseck  5  5  6  13  -- 24
Stuttgart 5  7  6  8 – 26
Scoring – Vilseck: Tedeja Marshall 18, Tynniesia Wilson 4; Stuttgart: Adan Maher 6, Allyson Taylor 6, Skye Dasilva Mathis 6. Noteworthy – Marshall had 9 rebounds and Rebekah Heckert 8 for Vilseck, while Wilson had 7 steals. Taylor had 11 rebounds and 4 steals, while Maher had 5 rebounds and 4 steals.

Stuttgart 31, Vilseck 23
Saturday at Stuttgart
Vilseck  8  8  2  5  -- 23
Stuttgart 31  6  7  14  4  -- 31
Scoring – Vilseck: Marshall 12, Heckert 4, Kayla Silden 3, Wilson 3; Stuttgart: Taylor 12, Maher 10, Dasilva Mathis 7. Noteworthy – Marshall had 7 rebounds for Vilseck, while Taylor had 7 rebounds and 4 steals and Dasilva Mathis 6 rebounds and Rachel Johnson 5 for Stuttgart.

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