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Sentinels stay perfect by drubbing another D-III foe

AFNORTH becomes first team to score more than seven points against Spangdahlem, but still loses by 32.


Weekend games will do a lot to determine playoff spots

The DODEA-Europe football season restarts this weekend, and with it the races for the 10 coveted spots in the 2019 postseason.


Lions hand Tigers first loss of the season

Anthony McLean piled up 233 yards and three touchdowns to pace the Lions, while quarterback David Immel diversified the AFNORTH attack with 121 passing yards.


Six-man football: almost half the players, but not half the fun

The six-man game appears to be the wave of the future in DODEA-Europe football, and those on the front lines are embracing it.


Baumholder wins wild one against AFNORTH

Wilbur Turgeon passes for 174 yards and three teammates top 100 yards rushing in Bucs' victory.


Lakenheath dominates races on home turf

Annie Roundy and Matt Cavanaugh win girls, boys races for Lancers in three-team meet.


It's closer, but Ansbach again goes wild against AFNORTH

Devin Jenkins totalled 340 rushing yards, Dustin Martin threw for 360 yards and Keoni Galindes made seven catches for 280 yards for Ansbach.

AFNORTH school info

Location: Brunssum, Netherlands
Mascot: Lions
Colors: Forest green and maroon
Enrollment: 169
Website: http://www.afno-is.eu.dodea.edu/

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