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Volleyball BoysFriday at NaplesNaples def. AOSR 25-13, 25-17, 25-19 Naples def. Vicenza 21-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-15 Noteworthy – Vicenza standouts included Derrick Schaefer (17 kills, 2 aces), Cody Roberts (2 kills, 3 blocks), Louis Veazey (2 blocks, 3 assists), Tim Bradford (18-for-20 serving), Jacob Knapp (14 assists). Saturday at NaplesNaples def. AOSR 25-21, 25-13, 25-19 Naples def. Vicenza 26-24, 23-25, 25-20, 25-17Noteworthy – Vicenza standouts included Will Anderson (17-for-18 serving), Schaefer (26 kills, 2 blocks), Veazey (15 assists, 2 kills, 4 aces, 8 blocks), Roberts (3 blocks, 21-for-22 serving), and Knapp (10 assists, 3 blocks). Friday at RomeSigonella def. Marymount 25-23, 26-24, 25-19Noteworthy -- Christian Moore led Sigonella with 7 kills, while Thomas Wray and Jason Berlin added 6 and Daniel Kachenchai, Anthony Lastrella and Jon Gasporra added 4 each. Saturday at RomeMarymount def. Sigonella 21-25, 25-21, 25-19, 20-25, 15-12 Noteworthy – Wray had 6 aces, Berlin and Moore had 8 kills each and Jon Gasporra and Anthony Lastrella notched 12 assists apiece for Sigonella.

GirlsSaturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsBaumholder def. AFNORTH 25-23, 7-25, 25-17, 14-25, 15-11Noteworthy – Baumholder standouts included Makenzie Ehrhardt (3 blocks, 2 kills, ace); Mariah Rogers (2 blocks, 1 kill); Alexis Graves (3 blocks); Kaylah Robinson (7 assists); and Megan Brown (2 aces).JV – AFNORTH def. Baumholder 25-14, 25-22 Saturday at WiesbadenRamstein def. Kaiserslautern 25-14,25-13,25-8 Noteworthy – Maeden Doan (6 kills, 2 aces), Natalie Sell (5 aces, 16 digs) and Sarah Schiller (21 assists, 4 aces) starred for the Royals.Wiesbaden def. Kaiserslautern 25-22,25-18,25-19 Noteworthy – Adriana Ibanez posted 3 kills, 8 assists and 3 aces for Wiesbaden, while Leah Rojas added 4 kills and 4 assists. Frida Lunde had 3 aces for Kaiserslautern, while Logan Slusher had 3 kills.Ramstein def. Wiesbaden 24-26,25-10,25-16,25-16 Noteworthy – Ramstein stars included Jenna Kirchhoefer (12 kills, 10 digs), Karlijn Van Gaalen (7 kills, 5 aces), and Sell (18 digs). Dominique Baldwin led Wiesbaden with 2 aces, 3 kills and 2 aces, while Sydney Hill had 3 kills. Friday at RomeSigonella def. Marymount 25-10, 25-16, 21-25, 25-18Noteworthy – Sigonella leaders included Rachel Vosler (13 kills, 15 assists, 5 aces, 2 blocks); Sydney Moore (6 kills, 4 aces); Kisiah Chandler (7 assists). Saturday at RomeSigonella def. Marymount 20-25, 25-7, 25-9, 27-25 Noteworthy – Sigonella leaders included Vosler (10 kills, 19 assists, 3 aces, 2 blocks); Moore (10 kills); Allison Cruz (5 aces); Maggie Salazar-Casajus (6 assists, 2 blocks). Saturday at AlconburyAlconbury def. SHAPE 25-6, 25-23, 25-8 Noteworthy – Reigha Barone led the Dragons with 9 aces and 4 kills, while Leila Hall had 6 assists and Lani Hall had 5 digs. SHAPE’s Maria Arevalo notched 2 assists and 2 kills and Maddie Coon added 3 assists.JV – SHAPE def. Alconbury 18-25, 25-11, 15-5.

Friday at NaplesAOSR def. Naples 25-19, 25-23, 25-23 Noteworthy – Victoria Krause had 4 aces and 12 digs for Naples; other standouts included Amilia Sepiet (3 aces, 16 digs), Courtney Fukumitsu (8 assists) and Keylee Soto (7 assists).Naples def. Vicenza 25-13, 24-26, 25-14, 25-14Noteworthy – Fukumitsu had 7 assists and Soto had 5; Aundrea Hall had 5 aces for Naples. Saturday at NaplesAOSR def. Naples 18-25, 25-23, 26-24, 31-29 Noteworthy – Krause had 6 aces; Fukumitsu totaled 12 assists and Soto added 9.Naples def. Vicenza 26-24, 25-21, 26-24 Noteworthy – Carina Cusumano had 7 digs and 6 assists for Naples; Espiet added 8 digs and 3 aces.

Cross countrySaturday at AFNORTHGirls AFNORTH 52, Bitburg incomplete, Brussels incomplete, International School of Brussels incomplete 1, Kirsten Carson (Bru) 22:11; 2, Francesca Gatterberg (Bit) 22:36.6; 3, Maria Vahrenhorst (Bru) 23:11.7; 4, Aimee de Haas (ISB) 23:51; 5, Dora Modrall Sperling (ISB) 24:07.8; 6, Camelia Brind-Amour-Riffou (AFN) 24:11; 7, Caitlyn Helwig (AFN) 24.45.3; 8, Katelin Quanbeck (Bru) 26:03.3; 9, Tal Shoshani (ISB) 27:02.5; 10, Lucille Wells (Bru) 28:43.1.Boys International School of Brussels 24, Bitburg 37, AFNORTH incomplete, Brussels incomplete 1, Pierre-Marie Fort (ISB) 19:01.8; 2, Taichi Kimura (ISB) 19:06; 3, Pepjin Fraai (ISB) 19:52.9; 4, Jamal Braxton (Bit) 20:20.5; 5, Kaleb Hoopes (Bit) 20:45.0; 6, Ryan Walford (Bru) 21:04.1; 7, Tyler Bernard (Bit) 21:38.1; 8, Maarten van der Stad (ISB) 21:41.3; 9, Jacob Warner (Bit) 21:54.8; 10, William Masschelein (ISB) 22:01.8. Saturday at NaplesGirls Naples 25, Vicenza 41, AOSR incomplete, Aviano incomplete 1, Caroline Bracken (Nap) 20:10; 2, Katie Claunch (Vic) 21:47; 3, Claudia Howes (Avi) 21:48; 4, Isabela Melendez (Nap) 22:09; 5, Millie Chaston (Nap) 22:41; 6, Sarah Henry (Vic) 22:45; 7, Katye Cairns (Nap) 22:48; 8, Isabella Lucy (Nap) 22:58; 9, Chanel Powell (Vic) 23:10; 10, Amanda Ortega (Nap) 23:36.Boys Naples 23, AOSR 37, Vicenza 70, Aviano incomplete 1, Jacob Gray (Nap) 17:34; 2, Xander Laney (Nap) 17:54; 3, Anan Mcharres (AOSR) 18:02; 4, Raekwon Sallywhite (Nap) 18:15; 5, Charles Blanchette (AOSR) 19:04; 6, Nate Price (Nap) 19:29; 7, Landon Sattazahn (Vic) 19:34; 8, Francesco Dinmore (AOSR) 19:41; 9, Jack Lenox (AOSR) 19:43; 10, Conor Roberts (Nap) 20:03. Saturday at WiesbadenGirls Ramstein 28, Kaiserslautern 57, Wiesbaden 64, Patch 81, Baumholder incomplete 1, Madison Morse (Ram) 20:01; 2, Megan Mackie (Kais) 20:48; 3, Rachel Braun (Wies) 21:01; 4, Quinci Cox (Ram) 21:03; 5, Gabriela Elliot (Wies) 21:09; 6, Kristen Press (Ram) 21:23; 7, Hannah Grebos (Kais) 21:26; 8, Madison Spohr (Ram) 21:27; 9, Nicole Leondike (Ram) 21:33; 10, Gabrielle Gante (Pat) 21:34.Boys Wiesbaden 28, Patch 51, Ramstein 60, Kaiserslautern 114, Baumholder 120 1, Mitchell Bailey (Pat) 16:27; 2, Josh McDowell (Ram) 16:28; 3, Alex Wieman (Wies) 17:14; 4, Kelsey Thomas (Wies) 17:18; 5, Jesse Hendrix (Wies) 17:22; 6, Harrison Adams (Ram) 17:22; 7, Ryan Parker (Wies) 17:35; 8, Sam Taylor (Pat) 17:45; 9, Jason Fisico (Wies) 17:54; 10, Anthony White (Baum) 17:57.

Saturday at LajesBoys No team score 1. Yuuga Yamashiro (Laj) 18:10, 2. Sam Owens (Laj) 19:28, 3. Ethen Antonio (Laj) 20:29, 4. Joshua Case (Laj) 20:13.Girls No team score 1. Alex Ciranni (Laj) 23:23.Noteworthy – All five Lajes runners have qualified to compete at European championships.

Saturday at AlconburyBoys Team scores not available 1, Colin McLaren (SHAPE) 18:28; 2, Gavin McLaren (SHAPE) 18:28.5; 3, Jonathan Moran (SHAPE) 18:48; 4, Andre Bowser (Lakenheath) 19:04; 5, Nolan Nix (SHAPE) 19:07; 6, Tobias Muxtfeldt (SHAPE) 19:08; 7, Thorben Muxtfeldt (SHAPE) 19:10; 8, Rory Clayton-Hurst (SHAPE) 19:11; 9, Josh Lopez (Lakenheath) 19:26; 10, Ainsley Manlapaz (Rota) 19:29.Girls Team scores not available 1, Alina Salgado (SHAPE) 21:19; 2, Anna Kyle (SHAPE) 21:27; 3, Julia Pantleo (SHAPE) 21:43; 4, Karoline Sorensen (SHAPE) 21:52; 5, McKayla Boden (Lakenheath) 22:21; 6, Shelby Linafelter (Lakenheath) 23:01; 7, Lani Manera (SHAPE) 23:48; 8, Cayte Lyonais (SHAPE) 23:52; 9, Marra Lopes (Lakenheath) 23:55; 10, Brigitte Blanchard (SHAPE) 24:28.

TennisSaturday at AnkaraBoys Ankara 2, Incirlik 0 SinglesDeniz Alibazoglu def. Olek Redko 6-0, 6-0.Doubles JC Hamilton-Shivam Sengar def. Redko-Tim Wizda 7-6 (0), 7-5.Girls Ankara 2, Incirlik 0 Singles Diane Kim def. Camden Anderson 6-0, 6-0.Doubles Jaela Bills-Da-Won Kim def. Anderson-Irene Morgan 6-2, 6-1. Saturday at AlconburyBoys Alconbury 4, Brussels 0 Singles Joey Behr def. Patrick Hall 6-1, 6-1; Dylan Howorth def. Max Hale 8-2; Joe Squillace won by forfeit.Doubles Behr-Howorth def. Hall-Hale 7-5, 6-1.Girls Alconbury 7, Brussels 2 Singles Caitlin Cash (Alc) def. Laura Yedigaryan 5-4, retired; Caitlyn Renne (Alc) def. Cassie Brown 8-5; Sierra Stockley (Bru) def. Bradley Gibbons-Reid 8-4; Emily Caverly (Alc) def. Chiara Edson 8-1; April Cavin (Alc) won by forfeit; Megan Renne (Alc) won by forfeit.Doubles Yedigaryan-Brown (Bru) def. C. Renne-Victoria Fisher 6-2, 6-4; Caverly-Cavin (Alc) def. Stockley-Edson 8-0; M. Renne-Brittany Brann (Alc) won by forfeit. Saturday at StuttgartBoys Patch 8, Vilseck 1 Singles Deven Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Orcibiel Oquendo 6-1, 6-0; Payton Fritz (Pat) def. Chandler Davidson 8-2; Joe Cook (Pat) def. Mark Bussell 8-1; Mikael Ragay (Vil) def. Sean Buschong 8-3; Markus Burkepile (Pat) def. Devante Monley 8-0; Evan Stuber (Pat) def. Edward Allen 8-0.Doubles Cook-Eugene Bowen (Pat) def. Oquendo-Davidson 6-4, 6-1; Buschong-Fritz (Pat) def. Bussell-Ragay 8-2; Burkepile-Stuber (Pat) def. Allen-Monley 8-0.Girls Patch 7, Vilseck 2 Singles Marina Fortun (Pat) def. Ana Carmichael 6-0, 6-0; Christine Young (Pat) def. Kaylaah Capindo 8-0; Marissa Encarnacion (Pat) def. Joy-Ann Julius 8-0; Caity Roos (Pat) def. Elena Krollpfeiffer 8-4; Madeline Olden (Vil) def. Amanda McCauley 8-3; Tinia Adams (Pat) def. Courtney Beilhart 8-4.Doubles Carmichael-Capindo (Vil) def. Young-Roos 6-3, 6-4; Fortun-Adams (Pat) Julius-Krollpfeiffer 8-2; Encarnacion-Leann Locke (Pat) def. Olden-Beilhart 8-4. Saturday at WiesbadenGirls Wiesbaden 5, Ramstein 4 Singles Bailey Stokstad (Ram) def. Jackie Renzi 6-4, 6-2; Peyton Taylor (Wies) def. Shelby Stokstad 8-2; Jen Debose (Ram) def. Kate Connors 8-5; Nicole Hess (Wies) def. Alicia Wyatt 8-5; Cassie Pritchett (Wies) def. Guiliana Gillespie 8-6; Helena Seklecki (Weis) def Brittany Overton 8-2.Doubles Herring-Debose (Ram) def. Taylor-Connors 6-2; 6-3; Renzi-Hess (Wies) def. Wyatt-Gillespie 8-5 Stokstad-Stokstad (Ram) def. Pritchett-Seklecki 8-3.Boys Ramstein 8, Wiesbaden 1 Singles Lee Debose (Ram) def. Josh Childs 6-0, 6-0; Logan Beckman (Ram) def. Jonathan Colon 8-5; Andrew Setka (Ram) def. Lucas McLendon 8-5; Ezra Clark (Ram) def. Jalan Glover 8-4; Layton Barney (Ram) def. Matthew Hendrix 8-4; Charles Corral (Ram) def Glenn McKee 8-3.Doubles Beckman-Debose (Ram) def. Tyler Cordoni-Childs 6-0; 6-0; Setka-Clark (Ram) def. Colon-McLendon 9-7; Glover-Hendrix (Wies) def. Barney-Corral 8-5. Saturday at Brunssum, NetherlandsGirls International School of Brussels 5, AFNORTH 4 Singles A. Lauren-Josi (ISB) def. Hope Bonenclark 6-2, 6-1; Mioli Yamada (ISB) def. Sophia Esserich 8-2; H. Kleiven (ISB) def. Emily Young 8-5; Cassidy Harless (AFN) def. I. White 8-4; M. Yoshihashi (ISB) def. Eliska Volencova 8-5; Yui Takano (ISB) def. Harleigh Pinaula 8-1.Doubles Bonenclark-Essrich (AFN) def. Juliette Rohrlich-M. Ogasawara 6-2, 6-2; Young-Harless (AFN) def. Nina Raymackers-Serena Weber 9-7; Volencova-Pinaula (AFN) def. M. Meyers-Yoshihashi 8-4.Boys International School of Brussels 8, AFNORTH 1 Singles Fabian Sandrup Selvik (ISB) def. Saverio Young 6-1, 6-3; Max Nijkerk (ISB) def. Luke Bonenclark 8-1; Arthur Poncet (ISB) def. Evan Bell 8-5; Shayan Razaghi (ISB) def. Vladimir Kee 8-0; M. Maliepaard (ISB) def. Nash Pinaula 8-1; W. Sodeberg (ISB) won by forfeit.Doubles Young-Bonenclark (AFN) def. M. Dumortier-Den Dekker 6-4, 6-3; C. Wackwitz-D. Selinger (ISB) def. Bell-Kee 8-3; S. Lichtenstein-Poncet (ISB) won by forfeit.

Correction Sierra Stockley of Brussels was misidentified and results from her match were incorrect in an earlier vsrion of this article.

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