Top performers, Jan. 27, 2016
Boys basketballJohn McKoy, Wiesbaden: The resurgent Warriors extended their winning streak to five games Saturday on the heroics of this junior forward. McKoy capped a 24-point scoring effort with a game-winning three-pointer in the final seconds of a 48-45 win over Vilseck.Noah Greathouse, Black Forest Academy: The Falcons swept Bitburg with Greathouse posting game-high point totals in each win. Greathouse scored 18 in Friday’s 47-35 victory and 25 in Saturday’s 56-34 rout.Ja’Markus Myles, Kaiserslautern: The multiple-sport star turned in some of his finest hardwood work in a weekend split with Stuttgart. Myles scored a combined 27 points on the weekend, including 14 in Friday’s 45-30 Raider win. Lamell Griffin, Naples: The unbeaten Wildcats got a boost from Griffin to complete a weekend sweep of Marymount. Griffin scored 22 points Saturday as Naples handled Marymount 59-48.
Girls basketballAlexa Landenberger, Bitburg: The Baron junior swung a series against archrival Black Forest Academy with her play at point guard. Landenberger combined for 19 points in Bitburg’s 23-18 and 26-22 victories.Roni Teti, Alconbury: An offensive outburst from the junior point guard delivered the Dragons their first win of the DODDS-Europe regular season Saturday. Teti scored 27 points - a basket more than the opposing team - in Alconbury’s 40-25 victory.Victoria Rady, Ramstein: The freshman’s recent contributions are adding a dangerous new dimension to an already dominant Royal squad. Rady scored a combined 17 points over the weekend as Ramstein twice steamrolled SHAPE.Asha Snipes, Lakenheath: The Lancers swept Brussels behind the consistent efforts of the sophomore guard. Snipes scored a combined 20 points in the 45-16 and 26-14 wins.
WrestlingAydan Huezo, Vilseck: The reigning European champion at 113 pounds continues to fare well in the meatier brackets at 126. Huezo beat out three Stuttgart competitors for top honors in the class Saturday.Gabriel Charlifue, Wiesbaden: The Warrior junior was one of five Wiesbaden wrestlers to earn a first-place weight-class finish Saturday at Bitburg. Charlifue’s path to victory was perhaps the toughest as he outlasted a crowded bracket at 152 pounds.