FootballTim Cuthbert and CJ Pridgen, Wiesbaden: The Warrior quarterback-wideout duo connected on two deep touchdown passes in Friday night's championship-game rematch with Ramstein. The second came in overtime and gave Wiesbaden a 20-14 victory.Holten Sparling, Patch: The most prolific passer in DODDS-Europe Division I posted a sparkling stat line Saturday in a 51-7 thumping of Lakenheath. Sparling completed 11 of 14 attempts for 244 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions. He also ran in a 1-yard score and kicked six extra points.Dorian Jones, Ansbach: The Cougar running back rang up 226 yards and four touchdowns on 34 carries Saturday, helping Ansbach clinch the No. 1 seed in the eight-team Division II postseason.
VolleyballGrace Phillips, AFNORTH: The multi-sport Lion star went on a 10-point service run Saturday to help secure the Lions' 25-21, 25-6, 25-9 rout of Baumholder.Katie Carson, Ansbach: The Cougars' fortunes were mixed on Saturday as the team registered a loss to Hohenfels and a win over Black Forest Academy. But Carson was effective all day, producing a combined 19 aces, 20 digs and 47 assists.
TennisMarina Fortun, Patch: The former European doubles champ and singles contender enjoyed wins in both formats Saturday. Fortun dropped just three combined games in singles and doubles wins over Kaiserslautern.Fabian Sandrup Selvik, International School of Brussels: The heir apparent to the vacated European boys tennis title tuned up for the approaching tournament with a dominant 6-0, 6-0 singles win over SHAPE on Saturday.
Cross countryJohn Casey, Ramstein: The Royals dominated a small meet with AFNORTH and Brussels on Saturday, taking the top nine spots on the leaderboard. Casey's time of 17:14 led the pack.Ginny Belt, Aviano: The Saints' ace runner stepped onto rival turf at Vicenza on Saturday and came away with an individual victory, finishing with a time of 23:30.