Boys basketballJoey Behr, Alconbury: The senior center led the Dragons to an impressive sweep of AFNORTH over the weekend. Behr posted consecutive double-doubles, going for 16 points and 16 rebounds Friday and 19 points and 13 rebounds Saturday.Chris Moore, Sigonella: The Jaguar star again led the Division III team to an upset win over a Division I foe. His 26 points, 10 rebounds and six steals paced an 83-59 defeat of Vicenza on Saturday.Thomas Wray, Sigonella: A well-rounded effort from Wray helped the Jaguars put away the Cougars. He scored 22 points, including four three-pointers, and added seven rebounds and two steals.

Girls basketballEmma Knapp, Vicenza: The always-productive Cougar star outdid herself in a weekend sweep of Sigonella. Knapp scored 39 and 30 points, respectively, in Friday and Saturday routs of Sigonella.Alexa Landenberger, Bitburg: The Baron guard guided her team to a tidy sweep of Ansbach over the weekend. Landenberger had game-high totals of 18 and 21 points, respectively, in the Friday and Saturday routs.Treshon Jenkins, Patch: The Panthers took a gritty road win from Division I rival Kaiserslautern on Friday behind the efforts of their junior wing. Jenkins scored 13 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made seven steals in the victory.

WrestlingBrandon Beaumont, Bitburg: The third-place finisher in last year’s 126-pound European championship bracket continues to fare well at a higher weight class this winter. Beaumont’s perfect Saturday at Hohenfels pushed his season record at 132 pounds to 12-0.Dillon Thompson, Ramstein: The Royal wrestler survived a tough round-robin bracket to take first place at 182 pounds Saturday at Ramstein. Thompson went 4-0 against two Kaiserslautern wrestlers, a Patch contender and a Ramstein teammate to earn the win.

Marksmanship Victoria Banister, Vilseck: The Falcons held off challenges from Ansbach and Hohenfels in a five-team meet Saturday. Banister led the way, finishing first overall with 280 points and posting meet-high scores from standing and kneeling position.Rolando Ferreras, Kaiserslautern: The senior recorded a memorable moment for the first-year Raider program on Saturday. His score of 99 points from prone position tied overall winner Maggie Ehmann for the meet’s high total; he finished fifth overall.

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