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American Overseas School of Rome

Europe volleyball - Day 1

Most favorites endure hard-fought matches to stay alive

Three teams clinch spots in Friday semifinals while plenty of others are still alive for spots in quarterfinals earlier in the day.


Europe cross country finals

Rogers, Michalec lead the pack on way to titles

Ramstein senior sets course record, St. John's sophomore moves up a spot from last year as both win first championships.


Europe tennis finals

It's time for new blood in Europe's tennis royalty

Freshmen take both singles titles, upending two-time defending champion and last year's runner-up in the process.


Europe tennis finals

It's experience vs. youth in battles for titles

In boys singles action, defending champion takes on unbeaten freshman, while girls runner-up faces another ninth-grader in finals.


Europe tennis finals

Favorites play like it on opening day on courts

No. 1 seeds win three matches, but could face sterner challenges from talented freshmen as tournament progresses.

AOSR school info

Location: Rome, Italy
Mascot: Falcons
Colors: Red, white and black
Enrollment: 220
Website: http://www.aosr.org/

Principal: Robert McCarthy
Athletic director: Daniel Zacaroli

Coaches:
Tennis: Phil Davis and Valerio Aureli
Cross country: Steve Buchholz and Jamye Loy
Boys volleyball: Manuel Maria Dona and Freddy Reale
Girls volleyball: Claudio Olivieri and Lauren White
Boys basketball: Phil Davis and Valerio Aureli
Girls basketball: Carmela Verardi and Freddy Reale
Wrestling: Marco Tincani
Boys soccer: Valerio Aureli and Giacomo Castelli Avolio
Girls soccer: Gaia Ciccarelli and Daniel Zacaroli
Track and field:Steve Buchholz and Jamye Loy


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