Boys basketballRobert Braswell, Patch: The fast-rising new Panther star had something of a breakout weekend in wins over Wiesbaden. Braswell scored 15, including several key fourth-quarter hoops, in Friday’s 53-44 win and poured in 20 in Saturday’s more comfortable 72-57 victory.David Vidovic, Hohenfels: The Tigers recovered from a Friday loss to Black Forest Academy with a 75-65 overtime victory over the Falcons. Vidovic led the way with 23 points, seven rebounds and six assists.Myles Erkins, Lakenheath: Consistency was the name of the game for the Lancer standout. Erkins scored 14 points on Friday and 15 on Saturday in leading Lakenheath to consecutive routs of SHAPE.
Girls basketballRebecca Russell, Wiesbaden: After missing last year’s championship game to injury, the sharpshooting guard has fully returned to her role as the Warriors’ offensive catalyst. She continued to round into form over the weekend, scoring a combined 26 points in consecutive romps over Patch.Rezana Todman, Ramstein: The Royals wrecked Vilseck’s homestand behind Todman’s all-around efforts. The guard went for 12 points, eight rebounds and six steals Friday and 10 points, four steals and three assists Saturday.Emily Campbell, Black Forest Academy: The All-Europe senior centerpiece of the defending Division II champions led the Falcons past a tough rival over the weekend. Campbell posted a combined 32 points and 13 rebounds in Friday and Saturday defeats of Hohenfels.
WrestlingChris Dufresne and Nick Dufresne, Alconbury: The Dragons couldn’t compete with the overall depth of Ramstein and Lakenheath, but the Dufresne brothers made sure the school didn’t come away empty. Chris won the 195-pound bracket and Nick did the same at 182 to deliver Alconbury’s lone weight-class wins.
MarksmanshipKaitlyn Carson and Ryan Roberts, Ansbach: The Cougar duo took first and second place, respectively, in last week’s five-team remote meet. Carson’s 279 points included a meet-best 98 from prone position, while Roberts paced the field with a kneeling 95 en route to a 276-point showing.