Seniors Jamila Harvey and Thea Dunn and junior Deraj’ McClinton continued to step up Friday and Saturday to help the Vilseck Lady Falcons to a home-and-home sweep of the Ansbach Lady Cougars.Harvey led the way with double-doubles in each game. She scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed a game-high-equaling 12 rebounds in Friday’s 46-39 Region III victory at Vilseck, then posted 10 points and 12 rebounds to expedite Saturday’s 35-34 tight-fit victory at Ansbach that stretched Vilseck’s winning streak to four games.Harvey’s classmate Dunn grabbed 11 rebounds and dished out four assists on Friday, then came back on Saturday to chalk up six rebounds.McClinton made her contributions on offense, scoring 12 points on Friday and achieving double figures again on Saturday with 14 points. She also made four assists on Saturday.The sweep improved Vilseck’s record to 6-6 overall and 6-4 in Region III. The Lady Falcons are to close out the regular season Friday and Saturday at Black Forest Academy before moving on to next week’s European Division I tournament in Mannheim.Sophomores Lauren Finley and Jackie Bosco did most of the heavy liftingfor Ansbach (6-5, 4-5), which is to host Heidelberg on Friday and Saturday in its regular-season finales. Ansbach is to play in the European D-II tournament in Mannheim.Finley’s stats on Friday included 10 points and seven assists; Saturday, she handed out five assists and posted a double-double – 12 points and 11 steals.Bosco, who scored eight points in each game, made her mark underneath the basket – a game-high-equaling 12 rebounds on Friday and a game-high 14 rebounds on Saturday.Saturday’s game was tied at 21 at halftime, and Vilseck managed an 8-5 third-quarter run which proved to be just enough.As of Sunday evening, Stars and Stripes had not received any information on the boys games between the two schools.

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