BAUMHOLDER, Germany – Just over 12 hours after falling victim to Mannheim’s historic final home victory on Friday night, the Wiesbaden Warriors closed their Region II season with a convincing 76-56 victory Saturday over the Baumholder Bucs.Roscoe Johnson posted 22 of his game-high 28 points in the second half as Wiesbaden (9-5 overall, 5-5 in Region II) rallied from a 33-29 halftime deficit.“We jumped on Wiesbaden early but fell apart in the fourth quarter,” Baumholder coach Jack Woodfork E-mailed on Sunday. “…Wiesbaden’s Roscoe Johnson exploded for 22 points in the second half, with 10 in the third quarter and 12 in the fourth. He also had five steals in a very fine display of offense.”Johnson’s hard work, supplemented by 14 points and four rebounds by Daniel Harris and 10 points and five rebounds by Kelsey Thomas, consigned Baumholder to a regular-season-ending 3-11 record, 3-9 in Region II. The Bucs, who got 18 points and a game-high nine rebounds from Tahrell Harris, move on to the European D-II tournament Wednesday-Saturday at Mannheim. Wiesbaden is to contest the D-I event at the same time and place. Wiesbaden girls 49, Baumholder 23: LeAndra Thomas scored a team-high nine points Saturday, and LeAmber Thomas snared a team-high eight rebounds to ensure that the Lady Warriors (14-0, 10-0) will be the lone unbeaten girls’ team entering this week’s European tournaments in Mannheim.Meghan Smith and Michelle Schoenberg each scored eight points for Wiesbaden, which overcame the game-high double-double – 16 points and 16 rebounds – amassed by Baumholder’s Dionna Marcus.Baumholder will take a 1-13 record, 1-9 in Region II) into the European D-II event in Mannheim. Wiesbaden is the defending European D-I champion.