FootballChris Armstrong, Menwith Hill/Woodham: A 16-10 overtime victory over Baumholder, the combined program’s first Division II win and a proper homecoming celebration. All of this thanks to Armstrong’s two touchdowns, including the OT game-winner.David Vidovic, Hohenfels: The senior star continues to post video-game rushing numbers on a weekly basis. His totals from Saturday’s 40-28 win over Naples: 25 carries, 369 yards, and three touchdowns, plus a 90-yard kickoff return for touchdown.Adarius Gallon, Alconbury: The Dragon running back was prolific in defeat Saturday, rushing for 321 yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries in Alconbury’s 50-32 loss to International School of Brussels.Nile McIntosh, Ramstein: The junior running back continued his strong season in the Royals’ 54-0 trouncing of Lakenheath on Saturday. McIntosh rushed for a team-high three touchdowns on the afternoon.

VolleyballMargo Snipe, American Overseas School of Rome: The Falcons crushed Marymount in consecutive straight-set matches Friday and Saturday, and Snipe’s overall production led the way. She finished with 15 aces, 19 kills and 10 digs on the weekend.Janey Greenberg, Patch: The Panther libero’s steady work kept the Panthers unbeaten Saturday. Greenberg posted 35 digs in three-set sweeps of Division I rivals Vilseck and Ramstein.

TennisAna Carmichael, Vilseck: The Falcon ace picked up two wins in leading her team to a 7-0 defeat of Ansbach on Saturday. Carmichael won her No. 1 singles match in straight sets and teamed with Kaylaah Capindo for a 6-0, 6-0 sweep at No. 1 doubles.Marianna Kyriou, SHAPE: A busy Benelux weekend left Kyriou with three wins to celebrate. She won No. 1 singles and doubles matches on the road at AFNORTH, then returned home for a No. 1 singles win against Alconbury before sitting out the doubles round.

Cross CountryShiloh Houseworth, Naples: The newly-arrived Wildcat runner raced onto the DODDS-Europe scene with an impressive victory Saturday at Rome. Her time of 21:39 placed her first among a four-school field.

GolfGarrett Roach, AFNORTH: The Lion sophomore tuned up for a return to the European tournament Wednesday at Spangdahlem. Roach posted 35 Stableford points for a comfortable individual win in the two-team tournament.

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