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Cross countrySaturday at LakenheathBoys SHAPE 29, Lakenheath 40, ISB 66, Alconbury 176 1. Austin Burt (Lake) 17 minutes, 45 seconds; 2. Tobias Muxfeldt (SH) 17:58; 3. Wesley Phelan (SH) 18:03; 4. Pepijn Fraai (ISB) 18:34; 5. Brent Aamodt (Lake) 18:50; 6. Will Kyle (SH) 18:53; 7. M. Van der Stad (ISB) 18:55; 8. Thorben Muxfeldt (SH) 18:56; 9. Landry Clark (Lake) 18:57; 10. Zac Simmons (SH) 19:24Girls SHAPE 24, Lakenheath 59, ISB incomplete, Alconbury incomplete 1. Rose Gray (ISB) 22 minutes; 2. Anna Kyle (SH) 22:25; 3. Aimee deHaas (ISB) 22:45; 4. Riley Gilec (SH) 22:47; 5. Kimbyl Larson (SH) 23:22; 6. Mayci Rosado (SH) 23:23; 7. Jera Beckland (SH) 23:31; 8. Kathryn Green (SH) 23:32; 9. Kaitlyn Novotny (Lake) 23:49; 10. Maddy Galas (SH) 24:27.

Saturday at VilseckBoys Stuttgart 17, Vilseck 79, Kaiserslautern 90 1, Hunter Ficenec (Stu) 17:13.3; 2, James Fullwood (Stu) 17:21.4; 3, Alex Bowman (Stu) 17:58.2; 4, Evan Mackie (Kais) 18:06.1; 5, Kohl Kraus (Stu) 18:07.1; 6, Paul Fullwood (Stu) 18:13.4; 7, Diego Martinez (Vil) 18:22.9; 8, Cole Sherrill (Stu) 18:25.7; 9, Owen Woelper (Stu) 18:32.4; 10, Ayden Huezo (Vil) 18:37.6.Girls Stuttgart 16, Kaiserslautern 65, Munich 141 1, Nina Gante (Stu) 21:19.2; 2, Michelle Gelacio (Stu) 21:24.9; 3, Rachael Dickenson (Stu) 22:26.7; 4, Hayley Kunde (Stu) 22:27.2; 5, Helene Arnold (Kais) 22:32.8; 6, Kate Bowman (Stu) 22:37.2; 7, Jaqulyn Benard (Stu) 22:48.1; 8, Gabriella Martin (Stu) 22:53.7; 9, Althea Honan (Kais) 23:14.3; 10, Megan Weaver (Vil) 23:16.4. Saturday at RamsteinBoys Ramstein 27, Wiesbaden 37, Baumholder 97, Frankfurt 104, Bitburg 120 1, Sidney Perry (Wies) 17:05.45; 2, Aaron Schlosser (Ram) 17:16.22; 3, John Casey (Ram) 17:31.77; 4, Daniel Sparks (Baum) 17:57.64; 5, Daniel Scahill (Wies) 18:04.34; 6, Alex McDonald (Ram) 18:06.63. 7, Joshua Garcia (Ram) 18:10.38; 8, Andrew Scahill (Wies) 18:26.58; 9, Zachery Evans (Ram) 18:30.15; 10, Camron Cisneros (Wies) 18:55.40.Girls Ramstein 30, Wiesbaden 53, Brussels 58, Frankfurt 104, Bitburg 115 1, Katelyn Schultz (Ram) 19:29.38; 2, Holly Moser (Ram) 20:35.79; 3, Kiki Carson (Bru) 20:47.90; 4, Emily Atkinson (Wies) 21:12.64; 5, Maria Vahrenhorst (Bru) 21:13.93; 6, Kaila Iglesias (Wies) 21:20.52; 7, Avery Smothermon (Bru) 21:21.62; 8, Dasha Pontiff (Ram) 21:48.22; 9, Katie Rose Gonia (Ram) 21:50.54; 10, Quinci Cox (Ram) 22:16.29.

Saturday at AvianoBoys Vicenza 15, Aviano 47 1, Josh Wilson (Vic) 17:50; 2, Landon Sattezahan (Vic) 18:13; 3, Austin Groves (Avi) 18:55; 4, Angel Grauda (Vic) 19:12; 5, Donald Neal (Vic) 19:23; 6, Errett Bainum (Vic) 19:34; 7, Seth Shields (Vic) 19:49; 8, Lucas Rudy (Vic) 20:19; 9, Tyrell Adolpho (Avi) 20:39; 10, Raymond Jimenez (Avi) 21:14.Girls Vicenza 27, Aviano 33 1, Gabrielle Young (Vic) 21:50; 2, Abigail Houghton (Vic) 22:28; 3, Elyse Slabaugh (Avi) 23:34; 4, Kirshten Masiclat (Avi) 23:36; 5, Marie Seguin (Avi) 23:43; 6, Ginny Belt (Avi) 23:44; 7, Nicole McCollaum (Vic) 23:54; 8, Summer Cline (Vic) 23:55; 9, Arianna Delgada (Vic) 24:27; 10, Grace Bello and Lauren Williams (Vic) 24:57.

Saturday at HohenfelsBoys Hohenfels 20, Black Forest Academy 50, Ansbach 67 1, Nick Duplessie (Ans) 17:56; 2, Jake Nantz (Hoh) 18:36; 3, Jeremias Serrano (Hoh) 19:24; 4, Cylan Blouin (Hoh) 19:33; 5, Jared Johnson (Hoh) 19:35; 6, Ethan Downs (Hoh) 20:03; 7, Gerrit Michmerhurzen (BFA) 20:06; 8, Daniel Hicks (BFA) 20:55; 9, Diego Martinez (Hoh) 21:00; 10, Andy Van Zomeren (BFA) 21:38.Girls BFA 27, Ansbach, Hohenfels incomplete 1, Gabby Kabler (BFA) 22:19; 2, Emily Brauer (BFA) 22:51; 3, Michaela McCarson (Hoh) 23:00; 4, Jessie Gamez (Hoh) 23:04; 5, Julianna Saunders (Ans) 23:06; 6, Mary Cate Jackson (Hoh) 23:27; 7, E. Su Lee (BFA) 26:49; 8, Emma Zwemke (BFA) 26:56; 9, Joyce Shin (BFA) 28:19; 10, Ellie Pirog (Hoh) 31:00.

Vollleyball GirlsAlconbury def. Brussels 23-25, 25-17, 25-11, 25-15 Saturday at AlconburyNoteworthy – Ally Donley led the victorious Dragons with 18 assists and 13 aces, while Tella Barone added 8 kills and 5 aces and Ashlyn Starr had 7 kills; Hannah Gunsch collected 7 kills, 4 aces and 5 blocks for Brussels, while teammate Jewels Friedhoff notched 3 aces.Naples def. Sigonella 25-9, 25-23, 25-22 Friday at SigonellaNoteworthy – Statistical standouts included Naples’ Dani Ramirez (18 assists), Skylar Evans (4 kills, 2 aces) and Angelica Shields (5 kills) and Sigonella’s Marika Wojtal (2 aces, 3 kills, 5 assists), Leilani Wojtal (5 kills) and Korley Jones (3 kills). Saturday at SigonellaNaples def. Florence 25-13, 25-14, 18-25, 25-17 Noteworthy – Evans had 6 kills and 2 aces and Sierra Dye added 9 aces and 4 kills for the Wildcats. Sigonella def. Florence 25-16, 25-22, 25-19 Noteworthy – Marika Wojtal (3 kills, 5 assists), Leilani Wojtal (5 kills) an Kaitlyn Bean (3 kills, 2 aces) starred for Sigonella.American Overseas School of Rome def. Marymount 25-20, 25-13, 25-18 Friday at RomeAOSR def. Marymount 25-16, 25-17, 25-23 Saturday at RomeBlack Forest Academy def. Hohenfels 25-18, 16-25, 25-20, 25-13 Saturday at HohenfelsNoteworthy – BFA was led by Erin Fortune (8 aces, 5 blocks), Jackie Hildebrand (11 assists) and Kaitlyn Richter (7 kills, 11 digs); Michaela LeFabvre (3 kills, 3 blocks), Charley Rehanna (5 aces, 4 kills, 9 assists) and Amelia Heath (7 aces, 3 kills) paced the Tigers.Rota def. Bitburg 25-13, 25-21, 19-25, 25-16 Saturday at RotaNoteworthy – Janae Cirtice had 23 kills and 2 aces for Rota; teammates Tayla Irby (9 kills, 2 ace), Mila Vella (7 kills, 4 aces) and Alyssa Yenco (4 blocks) offered support for the Admirals; Elise Rasmussen (9 kills, 6 blocks), Hailey McKenna (3 aces, 4 assists) and Allison Lillemon (4 kills, 4 blocks) starred for Bitburg. Saturday at RamsteinRamstein def. Kaiserslautern 25-11, 25-17, 25-8 Noteworthy -- Emily De Rosa collected 29 assists and 9 aces for Ramstein, while Montgomery Sauter added 6 kills and 4 aces and Brittany Highley contributed 5 kills and 5 aces; Hannah Thomascall had 6 blocks for Kaiserslautern.Ramstein def. Kaiserslautern 25-13, 25-17, 25-15Noteworthy - Victoria Rady (6 kills, 7 aces), Mila Weikel (5 kills, 6 aces) and Caitlin Peters (20 assists) led the Royals.

Saturday at VilseckWiesbaden def. Vilseck 25-22, 18-25, 25-22, 25-17 Noteworthy - Wiesbaden – Ellen Tafoya (3 aces, 8 kills), Brigantia O’Sadnick (2 aces, 5 kills, 2 blocks), Melanie Hirschel-Weber (4 aces, 2 kills) and Rosetter Gray (7 kills, 3 blocks). Vilseck – Lizzie Hendrix (4 aces), Adely Huezo (3 aces, 5 kills) and Kaylee Luginbuhl (6 aces). Stuttgart def. Vilseck 25-11, 25-14, 25-5 Noteworthy - Stuttgart - Shannon Grady (3 aces), Abigail Zipperman (3 kills, 5 blocks), Jaxen Godfrey (3 kills).Stuttgart def. Wiesbaden 25-21, 25-20, 25-16 Noteworthy - Stuttgart – Janey Greenberg (3 aces), Julia Smith (13 kills, 1 ace), Abigail Zipperman (2 kills, 3 blocks). Wiesbaden – Ellen Tafoya (1 ace, 6 kills, 3 blocks), Brigantia O’Sadnick (5 kills, 3 blocks).

Vicenza def. Aviano 25-20, 25-13, 25-12 Saturday at AvianoNoteworthy – Emma Knapp had six aces and 17 assists for Vicenza, while DeAsia Fairley had six kills, Jordan Wakefield 3 aces and 5 kills, Adrianna Lovelace and Brianna Baker 4 kills each and Gabriela Campos 12 digs.

BoysSigonella def. Naples 11-25, 25-22, 25-22, 17-25, 15-12 Friday at SigonellaNaples def. Sigonella 25-15, 25-15, 26-24 Saturday at Sigonella

TennisSaturday at VilseckGirls Wiesbaden 9, Vilseck 0 Singles – Cassandra Pritchett def. Courtney Beilhart 6-3, 6-2; Grace Wagner def. Tsienne Hicks 8-0; Gabi Diaz def. Becky Kilonzo 8-0; Emily Johnson def. Nataya Jones 8-2; Ava Spencer def. Brianna Villavicenio 8-0; Isabella Cunningham def. Amunet Reese-Smith 8-0.Doubles – Diaz/Wagner def. Beilhart/Hicks 6-0, 6-0; Pritchett/Johnson def. Jones/Kilonzo 8-0; Cheney/Lockridge def. Villavicenio/Reese-Smith 8-0.Boys Wiesbaden 9, Vilseck 0 Singles – Jimmy Bradford def. Robert Valdez 6-1, 6-2; Jalan Glover def. Joshua Dabney by forfeit; N’ton Schiers def. Kaleb Owen 8-0; Matthew Hendrix def. Charles Johnson 8-5; David Williams def. Eduardo Cosme-Bell 8-1; Ezra Moreno def. William Martin 8-6.Doubles – Glover/Schiers def. Valdez/Dabney 6-2, 6-3; Bradford/Hendrix def. Owen/Johnson 8-5; Freeman/McKnight def. Pinckney/Smith 8-4. Saturday at AlconburyGirls Alconbury 9, Brussels 0 Singles – Brianna Parker def. Trinity Hill 6-1, 6-3; April Cavin def. Alara Kocabas 8-5; Brittany Brann def. Lisa Luchford 8-5; Ashley Kjorness def. Shushanik Bejanyan 8-0; Haley Starr def. Annette Belleman 8-1; Allison Diamond def. Anna Geehreng 8-1.Doubles – Cavin/Brann def. Hill/Kocabas by forfeit; Kjorness/Starr def. Luchford/Belleman 8-5; Diamond/Kira Thorne def. Bejanyan/Geehreng 8-4.Boys Alconbury 8, Brussels 1 Singles – Dylan Howorthy (Alc) def. Patrick Hall 6-3, 6-7, 10-8; Deane Swickard (Alc) def. Tigran Israyelyan 8-3; Russell Reddecliff (Alc) def. Bohdan Polvynko 8-0; Chris Juhnke (Alc) def. Nico Becker 8-1; Phillip Lyons (Alc) def. Brandon Coleman 8-1; Ethan Shropshire (Alc) def. Jackson Welter 8-0.Doubles – Swickard/Reddecliff (Alc) def. Hall/Israyelyan 6-4, 6-3; Juhnke/Lyons (Alc) def. Polovynko/Becker 8-0; Coleman/Welter (Bru) def. Cashwell/Borland 8-6. Saturday at BrusselsGirls International School of Brussels 5, SHAPE 4 Singles – Anouchka Laurent Josi (ISB) def. Marianna Kyriou 6-0, 6-0; Evelyn Brunelle (SHAPE) def. Maxine Meyers 8-6; Hortense L’Hostis (ISB) def. Jacqueline Nilsson 8-1; Sarah Dellorso (SHAPE) def. Annabel de Gheldere 8-1; Maya de Solages (ISB) def. Mathilda Silverstein 8-4; Carla Shub (ISB) def. Andrea Garcia Montalvo 8-2.Doubles – Brunelle/Nilsson (SHAPE) def. Raymaekers/L’Hostis by forfeit; Kyriou/Dellorso def. Takayama/de Gheldere 8-6; D’Amsenbourg/Noyon (ISB) def. Silverstein/Garcia Montalvo 8-5.Boys ISB 9, SHAPE 0 Singles – Fabian Sandrup Selvik def. Anthony Dellorso 6-0, 6-0; Peter Fitzgerald def. Shamus Phelan 8-0; Antoine Rouvez def. Matthew Whitehurst 8-5; Floris God def. Luis Eliza 8-0; Mordecai Corijn def. Drew Lawrence 8-3; Daiki Miwa def. Evan Martinson 8-2.Doubles – Felix Selvik/Fitzgerald def. Dellorso/Phelan 6-1, 6-3; Takeuchi/Della Faille def. Whitehurst/Eliza 8-0; Curti/Poncet def. Lawrence/Martinson 8-0. Saturday at HohenfelsGirls Hohenfels 5, Bitburg 1 Singles – Aiyanna Eason (Bit) def. Jasmin Hack by forfeit; Chloe Witty (Hoh) def. Kira Randolph 8-1; Madison Otalora (Hoh) def. Annika Schwartz 8-0; Olivia Welch (Hoh) def. Carmen Merrill 8-0.Doubles – Otalora/Welch def. Eason/Randolph 6-2, 7-5; Witty/Paige Welch def. Schwartz/Merrill 8-2.Boys Hohenfels 4, Bitburg 0 Singles – Ian Colbert def. Austin Wittnebel 6-1, 6-0; Ian Rodman def. Shaughn McCormick 8-0; Chris Lucious def. Ceth Haney 8-1.Doubles – Rodman/Lucious def. Wittnebel/McCormick 6-1, 6-0.

Saturday at RamsteinGirls Ramstein 5, Stuttgart 4 Singles – Marissa Encarnacion (Stu) def. Sophie Tomatz 6-0, 6-0; Marina Fortun (Stu) def. Kate Thompson 8-0; Amanda Daly (Ram) def. Kendall Smith 8-1; Alicia Wyatt (Ram) def. Hannah Cahill 8-2; Ellie Ward (Ram) def. Natascha Kruelski 8-1; Hannah Simmons (Ram) def. Mary Donnellan 8-3.Doubles – Smith/Fortun def. Cami Carswell/Daly 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; Encarnacion/Cahill def. Wyatt/Simons 8-3; Ward/Tomatz def. Donnellan/Kruelski 8-0.Boys Ramstein 5, Stuttgart 4 Singles – Austin Ward (Ram) def. Sean Bushong 6-0, 6-1; John Grady (Stu) def. Logan Beckmann 8-6; Lance Daley (Ram) def. Evan Stuber 8-2; Bradley Russell (Kais) def. Carson Krieger 9-8; Ben Moritsen (Ram) def. Aiden Keenan 8-0; Josh Herring (Ram) def. Bradley Roxbury 8-4.Doubles – Grady/Stuber def. Beckmann/Daley 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; Russell/Bushong def. Carson Kreager/Grady Gallagher 8-3; Moritsen/Herring def. Roxbury/Keenan 8-5.

Ramstein versus Kaiserslautern Friday at RamsteinGirls Singles – Brooke Fitzpatrick (Kais) def. Sophie Tomatz 6-4, 0-6, 6-3; Kate Thompson (Ram) def. Katie Merchat 8-3; Amanda Daly (Ram) def. Josephine Little 8-1; Alicia Wyatt (Ram) def. Margaret Cayce 8-1; Ellie Ward (Ram) def. Anna McKenzie 9-7; Hannah Simons (Ram) def. Kenya Vandeloo 8-1.Boys Singles – Austin Ward (Ram) def. Henri Butler 5-7, 6-0, 6-1; Logan Beckmann (Ram) def. Adam Jost 8-5; Lance Daley (Ram) def. Marcus Hunt 8-2; Ben Moritsen (Ram) def. Scott Jost 8-6; Carson Kreager (Ram) def. Tristan Bueler 9-8; John Paul Oppenheim (Kais) def. Grady Gallagher 8-6.Note – The meet was suspended due to darkness and will conclude with doubles matches early next week.


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