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Wrestlers begin the long grind to season-ending finals

Competitors from large and small schools open the season at RAF Lakenheath in seven-team meet.


Boys basketball roundup

Big-school powers off to perfect starts

Black Forest makes early successful bid to join D-I elite by topping Stuttgart in a pair of close games.


Girls basketball roundup

Ramstein, Stuttgart pick up where they left off

Royals, Panthers among several teams that start of DODEA-Europe season perfect after Friday-Saturday sweeps.


Wrestling preview

Stuttgart, Ramstein renew rivalry on the mat

There’s an old sports saying that a rivalry isn’t really a rivalry if the same team always wins.


Girls basketball preview

Panthers look strong again in a revamped alignment

DODEA-Europe’s summer realignment will have profound impacts on all three divisional championship races in the 2019-20 girls basketball season, which gets underway this weekend with a full slate of Friday and Saturday games.


Boys basketball preview

Baumholder's Piggé, Royal dynasty headline boys play

The 2019-20 DODEA-Europe boys basketball season, starting this weekend and running through February’s European tournaments, already features fascinating storylines at the league, team and individual levels.


D-III volleyball final

Sentinels de-throne Jaguars in four sets

After dropping the first set, the Sentinels found their groove, and rode a wave of momentum past the Jaguars 22-25, 25-12, 25-20, 26-24.

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

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