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BasketballBoysLakenheath 55, ISB 51, OTFriday at International School of Brussels; score by quarters unavailableScoring — Lakenheath: Brinsely Walker 20, A.J. Ransom 14; ISB: Tim Overeem 19, Vinny Culotta 14, Tommy White 10. Noteworthy — According to ISB’s Michael Fisher, Overeem pulled down 8 rebounds and pulled off 5 steals, White added 6 rebounds and 2 steals, and Culotta handed out 3 assists and blocked 2 shots. Summarized Fisher in a Monday email, “In overtime, Lakenheath pulled away early led by (K.J.) Halloway’s quickness and court vision and (Walker) providing force in the paint.” JV — Lakenheath 55, ISB 11ISB 48, Lakenheath 46, 4OTSaturday at International School of Brussels; score by quarters unavailable)Scoring — Lakenheath: K.J. Halloway 19, Walker 14; ISB: Overeem 16, Mark Jacobs 11, White 6, Marshall Kontos 3. Noteworthy — Fisher described this game, longest in ISB history, as more deliberate than Friday’s high-octane contest. After each team misfired on chances to win in regulation and the first 3 overtimes, Fisher reported, Overeem, who finished with 8 steals, 7 rebounds and 3 blocks, hit the game-winning bucket from 12 feet out with 4 seconds left in the fourth extra period. Lakenheath inbounded, but White, who tied Kontos for team rebounding honors with 10, intercepted the Lancers’ court-length, hail-Mary pass. Jacobs grabbed 7 rebounds for ISB (2-3 overall and in region). Lakenheath (5-1, 3-1) next hosts ACS-Cobham in a Saturday doubleheader; ISB is to host SHAPE on Friday and visit the Spartans on Saturday. JV — Lakenheath 34, ISB 16

Region IVVicenza 60, Sigonella 41Friday at SigonellaDetails unavailable. JV — NoneVicenza 44, Sigonella 35Saturday at SigonellaDetails unavailable. Noteworthy — Vicenza will take 6-0 overall and regional record into this weekend’s games again visiting Naples. Sigonella, which is to play at Aviano on Friday and Saturday, is 2-4, 2-4. JV — None

GirlsRegion IIWiesbaden 25, Bitburg 13Friday at WiesbadenBitburg ....... 2 0 2 9—13Wiesbaden ....... 4 6 5 10—25Scoring — Bitburg: Brianna Lackey 5, Michelle Morrison 4; Wiesbaden: Laura Barry 10, Meghan Smith 6, Phylecia Faublas 3. Noteworthy — Bitburg coach Michael Cottrell reported 8 rebounds for Wiesbaden’s Smith and 6 for her teammate Amanda Arnold. Faublas made 3 steals. As reported in Sunday’s Stars and Stripes, Wiesbaden prevailed 28-14 Saturday evening in Bitburg to raise its record to 5-1 overall and 4-0 in region. Bitburg fell to 0-6, 0-4 after weekend’s losses. JV — Unavailable

Region IVVicenza 33, Sigonella 30Friday at SigonellaVicenza ....... 16 0 4 13—33Sigonella ....... 8 10 6 6—30Scoring — Vicenza: Sella Pauling 17, Tatiana Miranda 11; Sigonella: Dinayda Garcia Diaz 8, Sydney Moore 8. Noteworthy — Sigonella coach Mark Gillett reported that Katie McKeever and Miranda each sank a 3-pointer in the final 2 minutes to ice the victory. He added that Chelsea Hinton grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked 2 shots for Sigonella, which got 8 rebounds from Tenia Strobridge and 2 steals from Garcia Diaz. JV — NoneSigonella 44, Vicenza 31Saturday at SigonellaVicenza ....... 11 4 2 14—31Sigonella ....... 8 14 14 8—44Scoring — Vicenza: Unavailable; Sigonella: Deeanna Brown 22, Strobridge 8. Noteworthy — Moore snared 9 rebounds and made 3 steals; Strobridge had 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals and a block as Sigonella handed defending European D-II champion Vicenza (3-1 overall and in region) its first defeat of the season and ended the Lady Cougars’ 9-game winning streak which dated back to last February. Vicenza is to host Naples this weekend; Sigonella (5-1, 5-1) is to travel to Aviano. JV — None

Youth

SwimmingEuropean Forces Swim LeagueSunday at HeidelbergHeidelberg 338, Wiesbaden 326Triple individual winnersChristopher Bradford, Lauren Brasher, Cassandra Johnson, Tyler Peng, Drew Parker, Michaela Russell, Zach Searight, Connor McGorrian (Wiesbaden); Reid Aldous, Katie Bigelow, Jordan Bray, Hunter Braun, Wintress Harris

Military

BasketballMLK TournamentMen’s championship gameMonday at HeidelbergRamstein 63, Schweinfurt 53Details unavailable.MVP — Cedric Thomas (Ramstein)All-tournament team — Wes Jordan, Mike Sloan (Ramstein); Anthony Bynum, Tony Salvant (Schweinfurt); James Lewis (Stuttgart)3-point contest champion — Thomas.


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