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New champs will be crowned this weekend

There will be no defending champions to block the path at Saturday’s DODEA-Europe cross country championships.


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.


Cougars roll past short-handed Brigands

Running back Devin Jenkins scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, setting up the momentum for the rest of the game.


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.


Lakenheath dominates races on home turf

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


Dragons handle Brigands on both sides of ball

The Dragons scored 21 points in the first half and 24 more in the second in the thorough victory.


Volleyball preview

Realignment creates new opportunities

The effects of this summer’s DODEA-Europe realignment will be felt first on the volleyball court.

Brussels school info

Location: Brussels, Belgium
Mascot: Brigands
Colors: Blue and white
Eenrollment: 83
Website: http://www.brus-ehs.eu.dodea.edu/

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Tennis preview

Champs as freshmen, duo will try to defend titles

Stuttgart’s Amar Tahirovic and Kaiserslautern’s Aiva Schmitz, each of whom seized singles titles last year in straight-set finals triumphs, return this fall as sophomores.


Benelux squads look to make noise in revamped divisions

AFNORTH seeks return to D-III title game, while SHAPE and Brussels hope for better seasons than a year ago.


D-II/D-III football preview

Rivals eye champions’ depleted rosters in small school football leagues

The two divisions housing DODEA-Europe’s 12 smaller schools have undergone some major rearranging since last season


DODEA to shift to more regional alignment for upcoming school year

In essence, the move consolidates Division I in the north of Europe and Division II in the south, with small Division III schools still widely scattered.