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Boys basketball preview

Clear favorites separate themselves before tourneys begin

The DODEA-Europe boys basketball title reigns of Ramstein, Black Forest Academy and Sigonella are at risk this week as the four-day European basketball championships play out at sites around Wiesbaden, Germany. The tournament opens Wednesday and concludes with a slate of divisional championship games Saturday at Clay Kaserne Fitness Center.


Stuttgart's 5 champs lead team to fifth straight title

Stuttgart’s Gold squad amassed 301.5 points, besting the 267 points accrued by Ramstein Blue.


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Wrestlers' top goal: Be on the mat late Saturday

The Stuttgart Panthers are hoping to fend off the hard-charging Ramstein Royals and extend their Division I dynasty, Aviano is a solid bet to defend its Division II crown and Munich International’s duo of title contenders might be enough to top Division III.


Teams have final weekend to tune up for finals

At next week’s DODEA-Europe basketball championship tournament, every team on the continent will lock in on its divisional competition in search of a coveted Division I, II or III title.



Girls basketball roundup

Panthers stay hot by sweeping Raiders

Stuttgart has won seven straight and has one weekend of action left before trying to defend European title.


Boys basketball roundup

Royals down Warriors to earn revenge, tie atop standings

Black Forest, Baumholder stay perfect in division play with one weekend left before championships.

Spangdahlem school info

Location: Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany
Mascot: Sentinels
Colors: Navy blue, white and red
Enrollment: 160
Website: http://www.bitb-hs.eu.dodea.edu/

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Lakenheath plays rude host to Spangdahlem

Girls never threatened in 58-17 victory, while boys coast to 68-36 win over overmatched visitors.


Final weekends will sort out tournament seeding

The 2017-18 DODEA-Europe basketball season has been among the most competitive and evenly matched in recent memory. That trend could become even more pronounced over the final two weekends of the regular season.


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Wrestling's postseason begins with sectionals

No team scores will be compiled at this weekend’s DODEA-Europe wrestling sectional qualifying meets, and any wrestlers with a chance to win individual championships in their respective weight classes figure to advance easily.


Small meet doesn't dampen big dreams

Division II squad Spangdahlem impressed, with 138-pounder Brian Haney taking three matches and teammate Tyler McChord winning two in the 160-pound class.