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BasketballBoysNon-regionalHeidelberg 47, Ramstein 40Friday at HeidelbergRamstein ....... 10 5 19 6—40Heidelberg ....... 10 13 16 8—47Scoring — Ramstein: Sam Wetlesen 15, James Cho 9, William Dorsey 7, DeVonte’ Allen 5, Justin Dickey 2, Virgil Sneed 2; Heidelberg: Marcel Simon 14, Sam Rosario 11, Wayne Dawkins 8, Maurice Simon 7, Kevin Gray 5, Michael Pons 2. Noteworthy —Maurice Simon led Heidelberg (4-0 overall) with 8 rebounds; Marcel Simon added 5 and Dawkins 4. Maurice Simon handed out 4 assists. Heidelberg next is scheduled to play Jan. 20-21 at Hohenfels. Ramstein will take a 3-2 overall mark into Saturday’s non-regional game against visiting Bamberg.

Region IAFNORTH 66, Menwith Hill 27Friday at Brunssum, NetherlandsMenwith Hill ....... 4 6 13 4—27AFNORTH ....... 20 19 2 25—66Scoring — Menwith Hill: Schuyler Backlar 13; AFNORTH: Oguzhan Yabici 14, Jake Schmidt 12, Nuri Karaca 10. Noteworthy — According to AFNORTH coach Nathan Goolsby, Schmidt grabbed 10 rebounds in his “best performance of the season.” AFNORTH (5-1 overall) and Menwith Hill (1-6) are scheduled to play again at AFNORTH on Saturday.

Region IIIBamberg 68, Hohenfels 51Friday at BambergBamberg ....... 20 17 17 14_68Hohenfels ....... 13 8 20 10_51Scoring – Bamberg: T.J. Courtright 28, Terry Williams 14, Leontae Lockett 8; Hohenfels: Not available. Noteworthy – Andray Gibson had 7 assists for Bamberg. Records – Bamberg is 3-2,3-3 Hohenfels is 0-4,0-6

GirlsNon-regionalRamstein 50, Heidelberg 34Friday at HeidelbergRamstein ....... 10 10 13 17—50Heidelberg ....... 2 10 9 13—34Scoring — Ramstein: Kateri Goldammer 11, Mackenzie Crews 9, Katherine Enyeart 8, Takiyah Lopez 8, Samia Ladner 6, Jasmine Young 6, Addison Ptomey 2; Heidelberg: Rebecca Luna 10, Marlowe Muehlbauer 10, Chelsea Silvers 5, Infinity Baisden 4, Kylee Miller 3, Aileen Donnelly 2. Noteworthy — Ramstein (3-2 overall), which is to host Bamberg on Saturday, got 11 rebounds, 7 assists and 5 steals from Crews, 10 rebounds each from Enyeart and Young, who also made 4 steals. Heidelberg got 6 steals from Baisden and 5 steals and 3 blocks from Miller and will take 3-1 record into its next scheduled games, Jan. 20-21 at Hohenfels.

Region IAFNORTH 35, Menwith Hill 14Friday at Brunssum, NetherlandsMenwith Hill ....... 2 2 6 4—14AFNORTH ....... 13 7 10 5—35Scoring — Menwith Hill: Kaia Pierfve 8, Breanna Rogers 3, Claire Owens 2; AFNORTH: Rylee McKinney 10, Kristiana Kublicka 7, Jasmine Doll 6, Sara Sawyer 6. Noteworthy —According to AFNORTH coach D.C.McDonald, Sawyer and Shanice White led AFNORTH (5-1 overall) with 7 rebounds each. Madison Puckett added 6 rebounds for AFNORTH, which is scheduled to play Menwith Hill again on Saturday. Pierce, who snared 5 rebounds, blocked 7 shots for Menwith Hill (1-6), which got 4 rebounds from Arielle Rogers.

Region IIIPatch 48, Schweinfurt 19Friday at SchweinfurtPatch ....... 28 8 7 5—48Schweinfurt ....... 3 4 6 6—19Scoring — Patch: Janelle Loney 13, Rebecca Hess 11, Shannon Wright 9, Sydney Baer 6, Jamie Buechl 6, Brittany Hyde 3; Schweinfurt: Diandra Quashie 14, Mariel Jones 2, Liyah-Bree Washington 2. Noteworthy — According to coach John Kohut, Patch (3-0 overall, 1-0 in region going into Saturday’s game at Schweinfurt) benefited from 8 rebounds and 2 assists from Wright; 8 steals, 6 rebounds and 2 assists from Loney, and 3 steals, 2 rebounds and 2 assists from Hess. Schweinfurt is 0-4 overall.Bamberg 41, Hohenfels 31Friday at BambergBamberg ....... 6 12 8 15_41Hohenfels ....... 7 10 6 8 _31Scoring – Bamberg: Natesha Godbee 13, Tiana Bowen 12; Hohenfels: Kiana Glenn 14, Tasia Golson 11. Noteworthy – Vanessa Sanders had 15 rebounds for Bamberg; Golson had 9 rebounds for Hohenfels. Records – Bamberg is 2-3, 2-4 Hohenfels is 2-2, 2-4. JV — Bamberg 15 Hohenfels 9


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