VolleyballAdrianna Ibanez and Cierra Martin, Wiesbaden: The undefeated Warriors stayed that way Saturday thanks in large part to the contributions of this dangerous pair. Ibanez had 19 assists in a win over Hohenfels, while Martin had six kills and four blocks in beating VIlseck.Jaxen Godfrey, Patch: The Panther was a dominant net presence all day Saturday, posting five blocks in a win over Ramstein and four more in a win over Black Forest Academy.Shannon Cox, Lakenheath: The senior setter enjoyed a prolific Saturday for a fast-improving Lancer squad. Cox passed out 28 combined assists in Lakenheath wins over Menwith Hill and SHAPE.
TennisHannah Hering and Bailey Stokstad, Ramstein: The defending European girls doubles champion Hering and her new partner are tuned up for a run at a Royal repeat. The senior pair's perfect final weekend capped a regular season in which they didn't drop a set.Nathan Witty and Christopher Lucious, Hohenfels: The pair of Tigers combined to account for half of their team's wins in an impressive 6-3 win over Wiesbaden on Saturday. Each cruised to a singles win and combined efforts for an 8-3 doubles victory.
Cross countryRaekwon Sallywhite, Naples: The Wildcat runner claimed a runaway victory in a three-team home race Saturday. His time of 17:11 was 36 seconds faster than his closest competitor.Madison Morse, Ramstein: Already among the top contenders to claim this weekend's European championship, Morse served further notice with her performance Saturday. Morse's time of 20:38 at Vilseck gave her first-place honors among a tough four-school field.