Here are 10 standout athletes from last weekend’s football, volleyball and tennis action:

FootballRoger Brownell, Ansbach: The senior’s contributions to Saturday’s rout of Naples were legion: 16 rushes for 162 yards and two touchdowns; a 25-yard touchdown catch; 231 total yards, including a 44-yard kickoff return; five tackles, tied for the team’s best; and a fumble recovery.David Vidovic, Hohenfels: The reigning Stars and Stripes football Athlete of the Year resumed his assault on DODDS-Europe history with a 291-yard, five-touchdown effort in a win over Alconbury on Saturday.CJ Pridgen, Wiesbaden: The two-way star stuffed the stat sheet with a 75-yard rushing touchdown, a 32-yard touchdown reception and a pair of interceptions.Mario Molina, Vicenza: The Cougar quarterback threw for four touchdowns and ran for a fifth in leading his team to a season-opening shutout win over rival Aviano.Jonas Camacho, Rota: The Admiral pulled rank on the host Bucs with 135 rushing yards and two touchdowns in a convincing 27-0 shutout over Baumholder.

VolleyballViyanni Johnson, Aviano: The Saints beat rival Vicenza twice on Saturday thanks in large part to a combined 30 assists from Johnson.Bella Sacriste, Hohenfels: The Tigers swept regional foes Vilseck and Ansbach behind the eagle-eyed efforts of Sacriste, who landed 43 of 44 serves in play and notched four aces.Jessica Wheeler, Naples: The Wildcat hitter helped finish off two wins over Sigonella on Friday and Saturday with a combined eight kills.

TennisNathan Short, Lakenheath: The Lancer ace enjoyed a winning Benelux road trip Friday and Saturday, picking up No. 1 singles wins at Brussels and AFNORTH on his travels.Marina Fortun, Patch: The former DODDS-Europe doubles champion and singles hopeful won every game in singles and doubles wins at Vilseck on Saturday.

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