MANNHEIM, Germany – Two top seeds and a 2010 champion prevailed in Saturday’s European Divisions I, II and III girls’ third-place games.Top-seeded Wiesbaden, which saw its 33-game winning streak snapped by Patch, 41-31, in Friday night’s D-I semifinal, rebounded to bounce the Ramstein Lady Royals, 39-20, behind 10 points from LeAndra Thomas, eight from Kelley Colbert and seven from LeAmber Thomas.Wiesbaden, the 2010 D-I champion which defeated Ramstein twice during the Region II regular season and again in pool play here, apparently had no difficulty pulling things together after Friday’s stunning loss. The Lady Warriors led 21-9 at halftime Saturday.Sarah Szybist paced Ramstein with eight points. MacKenzie Crews added four and Alexis Tremble 3.Division II top-seed Aviano also rebounded from a semifinal loss on Friday, 64-48, to archrival Vicenza.AnnMarie McClelland canned four treys en route to her game-high 12 points, and All-Europe junior pivot Jasmine Mailoto posted a consolation double-double – 10 points and 15 rebounds – to lift the Lady Saints over the Ansbach Lady Cougars, 33-21.Sophomore Lauren Finley led Ansbach with six points. Alyssa Solis paced Ansbach in rebounding with six; her teammates Jackie Bosco, a five-point scorer, and Tielr Packer, who scored four points, each posted four rebounds.Brussels, the 2010 D-III champion heavily impacted by player departures over the summer, completed its rebuilding season by downing Sigonella, 24-20, in the Division III consolation game.Cherie Crepeau and Dominique Poitier of Brussels and Deanna Brown of Sigonella shared game-scoring honors with eight each.Freshman Tania Strobridge scored seven points for Sigonella, and her teammate Sabrina Sabel added three points. Alexandra McVicker tallied four points for Brussels.