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Bitburg's Kristal Stapleton is tagged out at home plate by Mannheim's Salome Martinez during a Saturday softball game in Mannheim, Germany. Bitburg swept the doubleheader, 15-4 and 12-2.

Bitburg's Kristal Stapleton is tagged out at home plate by Mannheim's Salome Martinez during a Saturday softball game in Mannheim, Germany. Bitburg swept the doubleheader, 15-4 and 12-2. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

Bitburg's Kristal Stapleton is tagged out at home plate by Mannheim's Salome Martinez during a Saturday softball game in Mannheim, Germany. Bitburg swept the doubleheader, 15-4 and 12-2.

Bitburg's Kristal Stapleton is tagged out at home plate by Mannheim's Salome Martinez during a Saturday softball game in Mannheim, Germany. Bitburg swept the doubleheader, 15-4 and 12-2. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

Bitburg's All-Europe pitcher Tanja Moore fires a pitch Saturday against Mannheim. Moore allowed only one hit and struck out 14 in Game Two of the doubleheader, and also contributed key hits in both games.

Bitburg's All-Europe pitcher Tanja Moore fires a pitch Saturday against Mannheim. Moore allowed only one hit and struck out 14 in Game Two of the doubleheader, and also contributed key hits in both games. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

SHAPE's Brandon Glenn, left, wins the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.9 seconds at a DODDS track meet in Mannheim, Germany, on Saturday.

SHAPE's Brandon Glenn, left, wins the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.9 seconds at a DODDS track meet in Mannheim, Germany, on Saturday. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

SHAPE's Patrick Edwards breaks away from the pack in the 3,000-meter race at a DODDS track meet in Mannheim, Germany, on Saturday. Edwards won the race in time of of 9:50.

SHAPE's Patrick Edwards breaks away from the pack in the 3,000-meter race at a DODDS track meet in Mannheim, Germany, on Saturday. Edwards won the race in time of of 9:50. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

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NAPLES, Italy — Christen McCullough scored a goal and assisted on Emily McNulty’s game-winner in overtime Saturday as the Aviano Saints took over the lead in the American Schools in Italy soccer standings with a 2-1 victory over Naples, the defending European Division III and ASIL tournament champions.

McCullough beat keeper Alex Petrucci 17 minutes into the game, and Naples’ Laura Keating scored the tying goal from 20 feet out just moments later.

The game-winner came on Aviano’s 25th shot.

The elapsed time between the goals was a testimonial to the play of Petrucci and Naples sweeper Tracy Light, according to Naples coach Gloria Krom.

“Light was everywhere she needed to be at just the right time,” Krom said. “This game was really worthy of being called the game of the week.”

The defense and goalkeeper Jessica Tolliver were very effective for Aviano, which avenged two straight losses to Naples, one of them in the Division III championship last May.

“It was a really, really good game,” said Aviano coach Pam Hillestad after her team took over the ASIL conference lead with a 2-0-1 record. “We’re really psyched.”

Naples, which fell to 3-1, closes out the regular season Saturday at home against the American Overseas School of Rome, which tied Aviano 2-2 on March 29.

Aviano is scheduled to play at Vicenza on Saturday and host Milan on May 10. All the ASIL schools then move on to the Mediterranean Championships at Marymount International of Rome, where they’re scheduled to be joined by Ankara, on May 15-17.

Ramstein 1, Lakenheath 0

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany — All-Europe senior Evie Callaghan took a pass from Collette Bannister and scored what proved to be the game-winner three minutes into the second half Friday as the Lady Royals rebounded from last week’s 1-0 loss to Heidelberg.

Callaghan got the score that boosted the Lady Royals to 2-1 in the Division I race, but the real credit should go to the Ramstein defense, “which allowed very few strong shots on goal,” coach Bill Belmear said.

Lakenheath is 0-2.

Vilseck 6, Mannheim 0

VILSECK, Germany — Sabrina Tate scored twice and added an assist Saturday as the Falcons continued to soar.

Sarah Starr added a goal and an assist for Vilseck, which ended Patch’s 48-game winning streak on the road the previous week and improved to 2-0 in the Division II race.

Vilseck is to host Bitburg on Saturday before traveling to SHAPE on May 10 and hosting Black Forest Academy in the regular-season finale May 17.

Mannheim fell to 0-3.

Ansbach 1, Baumholder 0

BAUMHOLDER, Germany — Goalkeeper April Derbak slowed a late shot on goal by Katie Otterstedt enough that she was able to corral the ball before it went over the line and preserve Ansbach’s third victory of the season without a loss.

Derbak’s hustle and a defense which limited Baumholder (0-3) to that lone shot on goal allowed the Lady Cougars to remain the only unbeaten team in Division III on the strength of Alison Hazen’s unassisted goal in the game’s opening minutes.

Ansbach is to host Bamberg this Saturday and close out the regular season at Bad Aibling May 10.

Hohenfels 3, Bamberg 2

HOEHENFELS, Germany — Tiara Waltz scored twice, and Joanie Martinez added a goal as the Tigers handed visiting Bamberg its first loss of the season.

Bamberg, which got two penalty-kick goals from Patricia Gardner, fell to 3-1 in the first game in which the Barons had allowed more than one goal by the opposition. They’ll travel to Ansbach for a must-win game Saturday and host Brussels on May 10.

Hohenfels jumped back into the Division III race with the victory which improved the Tigers’ record to 2-1. They’ll host Giessen on Saturday and close out the regular season at Baumholder on May 10.


Ramstein 1, Lakenheath 0

Goal-Evie Callaghan. Assist-Collette Bannister. Saves-Lakenheath (Julie Kane) 7; Ramstein (Andra Vanderneck) 12. Noteworthy-Lakenheath falls to 1-1. Ramstein improves to 2-1 in D-1 and 3-1 overall.

Vilseck 6, Mannheim 0

Halftime-Vilseck 3-0. Goals-Sabrina Tate 2, Krytstal Trinidad, Megan Williams, Melody Hernandez, Sarah Starr. Assists-Tate, Starr, Lacey Wallen, Felicia Gilbert, Tabitha Snow. Saves-Mannheim (Shaylen Mardis) 21; Vilseck (Brenda Russell 2, Liz Watsek 3) 5. Noteworthy-Vilseck is 2-0. Mannheim falls to 0-3.

Ansbach 1, Baumholder 0

Halftime-Ansbach 1-0. Goal-Alison Hazen. Assist-None. Saves-Ansbach (April Derbak) 1; Baumholder (Ashley Karayannis) 5. Noteworthy-Ansbach takes D-3 lead with 3-0 mark and will host Bamberg this Saturday. Baumholder falls to 0-3. Derbak’s lone save came on a Katie Otterstedt shot which got through her hands, but Derbak was able to retrieve ball before it crossed line, according to Baumholder coach Kurt Schmidt.

Hohenfels 3, Bamberg 2

Halftime-Hohenfels 2-1. Goals-Bamberg: Patricia Gardner 2; Hohenfels: Tiara Waltz 2, Joanie Martinez. Assists-None. Saves-Bamberg (Lindsey Ethridge) 7; Hohenfels (Jackie Martinez) 2. Noteworthy-Hohenfels is 2-1 in D-3 play; Bamberg is 3-1.

Brussels 4, Bad Aibling 0

Halftime--Brussels 3-0. Goals--Jaci Craig 2, Remy Fulwood 2. Assists--None. Saves--Brussels (Unavaialble) 2; Bad Aibling (Lee Ann Cruz) 6. Noteworthy-- Brussels improves to 2-1; Bad Aibling is 0-4.

Sigonella 6, Vicenza 1

Halftime-Sigonella 2-0. Goals-Vic: Lauren Hagle-Pitt; Sig: Kristina Schumacher 5, Karina Matti. Assists-Vic: Ashlee McConnell; Sig: Matti 2, Kelly Bertolaccini, Whitney Morrell. Saves-Vicenza (Sarah Malone) 24; Sigonella (Lauren Blount) 12. Noteworthy-Sigonella improves record to 1-2; Vicenza is 0-3.

Aviano 2, Naples 1 (OT)

Halftime-Aviano Saints 1, Naples Wildcats 1. Regulation-1-1. Goals-Avi: Christen McCullough, Emily McNulty; Nap: Laura Keating. Assists-Avi: McCullough; Nap: None. Saves-Aviano (Jessica Tolliver) 12; Naples (Alex Petrucci) 16. Noteworthy-Naples, the defending European Division III champions fall to 3-1 on the season; defending italy conference champion Aviano is 2-0-1.

Giessen 7, Menwith Hill 0 (Nonconference)

Halftime-Giessen 6-0 Goals-Janelle Anderson 4, Erica Jewell, Amellis Peart, Alana Garin. Assists-Unavailable. Saves-Giessen (Amanda Gray 7, Erika Hill 2) 9; Menwith Hill (Justine McHone) 7.

Boys soccer

Lakenheath 3, Ramstein 0

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany — Luke Croucher scored three goals Friday as Lakenheath defeated Ramstein Royals 3-0 in boys high school soccer.

Croucher scored twice in the first half, and Lakenheath goalkeeper Chris Beets posted his second straight shutout.

Lakenheath took a 3-0 overall record and 2-0 Division I mark into Saturday’s scheduled game at Kaiserslautern. At press time Saturday, however, Stars and Stripes had received no report on that game.

Also unreported in Division I were the results of Division I co-leader Heidelberg’s game at Würzburg on Saturday and Ramstein’s visit to International School of Brussels.

London Central 1, Brussels 1

HIGH WYCOMBE, England — London Central failed to win for the first time this season as the referee declared the game over at the end of regulation.

DODDS-Europe schools usually play up to two five-minute overtime periods when games are tied after regulation, but that didn’t happen Saturday. If the score is still tied after overtime, conference games such as this Division III-North contest are usually decided by a shootout whose outcome is used solely to break ties in league standings at season’s end.

“I don’t know why we didn’t play overtime,” said London Central coach Fredo Ontiveros, “but no one complained.”

Jeremy Tibbetts, assisted by Steven Cusumano, opened the scoring for London Central with just 3:13 played, but Brussels tied the game just over 10 minutes later and the game stayed that way for the rest of the 80 minutes.

According to Ontiveros, strong defense by fullback Brian Cooney and midfielder Erica Tibbetts was vital in preserving the tie.

London Central, 3-0-1, is idle this week; Brussels (1-1-1) visits Menwith Hill on Saturday.

Mannheim 3, Vilseck 2

VILSECK, Germany — Luis Dawiczyk scored all three goals as Mannheim stayed atop the Division II race with its third one-goal victory of the season.

Mannheim, which hadn’t played in three weeks, got eight saves from Thomas Elon in improving to 3-0. Mannheim hosts Hanau this week.

Wally Gaffney and James Van Patton scored for Vilseck (0-2). The Falcons host Bitburg on Saturday.

Bamberg 4, Hohenfels 2

HOHENFELS, Germany — Collins Wonzina scored two of his three goals in the final eight minutes as Bamberg won its second game in a row and handed Hohenfels its first loss of the season.

Perry Helton had scored twice for Hohenfels (3-1 overall, 2-1 in III-South play) as the teams battled to a 2-2 halftime tie.

The Barons improved to 2-2 overall and 2-1 in the conference.


Mannheim 3, Vilseck 2

Halftime-Unavailable. Goals-Mann: Luis Dawiczyk 3; Vils: Wally Gaffney, James Van Patton. Assists-Unavailable. Saves-Mannheim (Thomas Evon) 8; Vilseck (Kevin Pollock) 15. Noteworthy-Mannheim improved to 3-0; Vilseck is 0-2.

Giessen 5, Menwith Hill 1

Halftime-Giessen 2-0 Goals-Gies: Anthony Moore 3, James Tartaglia, Rob Thome; MH: Jason Pollack. Assists-Unavailable. Saves-Giessen (Greg Reilly) 13; Menwith Hill (Phillip Greenwalt) 10. Noteworthy-Gieswen improves to 2-1 in league race, 2-2 overall. Menwith Hill is 0-3 overall, 0-2 in league.

London Central 1, Brussels 1

Halftime-1-1. Goals-Brus: J. Pears; LC: Jeremy Tibbetts. Assists-None. Saves-Brussels (Unavailable); London Central (Brian Cooney) 0. Noteworthy-No overtime was played; game stands as tie. London Central fullback Steve Morris and midfielder Erica Tibbetts played well for winners.

Baumholder 2, Ansbach 1

Halftime-Baumholder 1-0 Goals-Ans: Winston Brownl Baum: Zain Shah, Ansbach own goal. Assists-Ans: None; Baum: Riki Reyna, Rios Harvey Saves -Ansbach (Chris Hess) 5; Baumholder (Josh Jerles) 5. Noteworthy-McCarthy AnumAddo led a strong Ansbach team, which fell to 1-2 overall and 0-2 in III-South race. Scott Hull led the defensive effort for Baumholder, 3-0, 2-0.

Bamberg 4, Hohenfels 2

Halftime- 2-2 Goals-Bamb: Collins Wonzina 3, Chris Morgan; Hoh: Perry Helton 2. Assists-Unavailable. Saves-Bamberg (Chris Davis) 8; Hohenfels (Jarod Taylor) 11. Noteworthy-Wonzina scored two times in final 8 minutes to move Bamberg's record to 2-2 overall and 2-1 in III-South. Hohenfels is 3-1 and 2-1.

Naples 1, Aviano 0

Halftime-0-0 Goal-James Kellenbence. Assist-Nick Lamolinora. Saves-Aviano (Ryan Mattie) 13; Naples (Allen Hamby) 9.

Sigonella 4,Vicenza 2

Goals-Vic: Unavailable; Sig: Paul Nicholson 2, Shawn McIntosh, Michael Park. Assists-Vic: Unavailable; Sig: Patrick Sharp, Frenchy Ebelle, Park. Saves-Vicenza (Unavailable); Sigonella (Elliott Roberts) 3. Noteworthy-Victory improves Sigonella's record to 2-2.

Lakenheath 3, Ramstein 0


Halftime-Lakenheath 2-0. Goals-Luke Croucher 3. Assists-Unavailable. Saves-Lakenheath (Chris Beets) 10; Ramstein (Justin Mackey) 7. Noteworthy-Lakenheath took to 3-0 overall and 2-0 league record into Saturday's game at Kaiserslautern. Ramstein is 2-2, 1-2.


Ramstein 18, Heidelberg 1

HEIDELBERG, Germany — The undefeated Ramstein Lady Royals rocked Heidelberg ace Meagan Perry for 24 hits Saturday in sweeping the Lady Lions 18-1 and 9-0 to remain atop the Division I high school softball standings.

Heidelberg made nine errors in the first game.

Winning pitcher Jenn Morton had three hits, Charlene Hamilton and Megan Hilard each had two, and Heather Steele hit a bases-loaded triple in the opener.

Heidelberg had just one hit off Morton, who struck out eight.

In the nightcap, Ramstein’s Victoria Apodaca struck out 17 and also threw a one-hitter.

Morton, Apodaca and Cecilia Robles each had two of Ramstein’s 12 hits in the second game.

Wiesbaden 12-21, Kaiserslautern 0-3

WIESBADEN, Germany — Wiesbaden’s Lady Warriors kept pace with Ramstein in the Division I race with a pair of five-inning, run-rule romps.

In her debut as a pitcher, Melissa Mueller tossed a two-hitter, striking out nine and walking just two in winning the opener.

Mueller also was perfect at the plate, and Kristen Kodalen added a triple for the Warriors. Clarice Vegter took the loss.

In the second game, Kaitlin O’Neil waltzed to the victory, allowing just three hits.

Bridy Ferguson was 4-for-4 with a home run and a double, and Stephanie Snow added a triple and a home run.

Amanda Van Wey took the loss.

Patch 13-16, Würzburg 4-5

WüRZBURG, Germany — Division II’s Patch romped in a non-conference sweep of Division I’s Würzburg Lady Wolves behind a one-hitter by Lauren Sanchez and an eight-hitter by Michelle Hughes.

Sanchez, who also had a triple, struck out 11 and walked eight in the opener. Ashley Cooper, who walked 10 and struck out seven, took the loss.

In the nightcap, Patch had 16 hits against losing pitcher Kordia Holmes. Jessica Strom and Sanchez had triples and Meredith Beatty homered.

Bitburg 15-12, Mannheim 4-2

MANNHEIM, Germany — Julie Brei-Crawley led the sweep with by going 5-for-7 to back the pitching of Tanja Moore and freshman Ashley Kazimer as the three-time defending European Division II champion Lady Barons rolled.

Kazimer allowed just three hits, struck out 10 and walked only one in the opener as Brei-Crawley went 3-for-4, and Moore drove in four runs with a two-run homer and two-run double.

Moore hit another two-run double in the nightcap, in which she held Mannheim to just one hit and struck out 14 of the 21 batters she faced.

Stephanie Emlinger, who had two of Mannheim’s five hits, managed the only hit off Moore.


(forfeits not included)

Sigonella 5, Vicenza 0


Crystal Shipley def. Erin Brown 6-0, 6-1; Elena Clark and Alex Natividad def. Anna Thompson and Jaci Boutwell 7-5, 6-3.


Ryan Peralta and Terrance Young def. Tristan Davis & Jeremy Matson 6-1, 6-1.

Aviano 7, Naples 1


Shadi Kertbo (Avi) def. Julanne Payton 6-1, 6-1; Erica Metzger (Avi) def. Aphradeeza Caples 8-5; Ashley Mead and Eliana Sheets (Avi) def. Keithley Santos and Ashley Patton 6-2, 6-0; Kate Balbin and Kim Berry (Avi) Janney Bantog and Holley Denighan 8-5.


Brad Smith (Avi) def. John Pittsley 6-3, 7-5; Marty Vogel (Avi) def. Brenden O’Callaghan 8-4; Kia Kertbo and Greg Vogel (Avi) def. Jake McFerrin and Carlos Verona 6-1, 6-3; Brad Ratliff and Matt Smith (Nap) def. Jordan Kelsey and Vince Rodriguez 8-3.

Track and Field

(All races distances in meters)

Vicenza quadrangular


Team scoring-Aviano 103.5, Sigonella 56.5, Naples 51.5, Vicenza 11.5.

100 meters-1, Rod Perkins (Sig) 11.90; 2, (tie) Brandon Phillips (Vic) and Jorge Medina (Avi). 200-1, Chris Diaz (Avi) 25.30; 2, Daryl Gonzalez (Vic); 3, Randy Waggoner (Sig). 400-1, Perkins 52.60; 2, Francois Morin (Nap); 3, Matt Refsnider (Avi). 800-1, Dustin Sampson (Sig) 2:15; 2, Ray Workman (Avi); 3, James Scott (Avi). 1,500-1, Scott Gainey (Nap) 4:57; 2, Dane Roberts (Sig); 3, Cory Doerr (Avi). 3,000-1, Workman 11:37; 2, Roberts; 3, Dalton McClary (Avi). 110 hurdles-1, Joseph Fears (Nap) 15.32; 2, Jacques Walton (Avi); 3, Tony Williams (Avi). 300 hurdles-1, Diaz, 47.01; 2, Tony Williams (Avi); 3, Ephriam Stone (Avi). 400 relay-1, Aviano (Refsnider, Medina, Francisco Rodriguez, Diaz) 4:08.60; 2, Sigonella; 3, Naples. 1,600 relay-None. 3,200 relay-1, Aviano (Nick Leon, McClary, Doerr, Michael Steinkand) 12:06. Sprint medley-1, Naples (Jason McCulley, Joseph Cerezo, Morin, Nicholas Waits) 5:12. High jump-1, Refnsider, 5 feet, 3 inches; 2, Rodriguez; 3, Williams. Long jump-1, Fears, 20-5.5; 2, Medina; 3, Gonzalez. Triple jump-1, Fears, 41-3; 2, Watson; 3, Stone. Shot put-1, Jode Garth (Avi) 38-5; 2, Refsnider; 3, Arniel Purification (Sig). Discus-1, Purification, 92-6; 2, Matthew Budyka (Nap); 3, Jeff Kendal (Sig).


Team scoring-Aviano 97, Naples 38.

100 meters-1, Kara Irons (Nap) 14.01; 2, Jessannie Ortiz (Avi); 3, Jordan Banjo-Johnson (Nap). 200-1, Ortiz, 29.10; 2, Erica Black (Avi); 3, Jessica Corder (Avi). 400-1, Charity Williams (Nap); 65.00; 2, Corder; 3, Audrey Adams (Avi). 800-1, Corder, 2:51; 2, Adams; 3, Jenna Gilpin (Avi). 1,500-1, Adams, 7:26; 2, Gilpin, 3,000-1, Adams (Avi) 14:05; 2, Shannon Tanner (Avi); 3, Maggie Green (Avi). 100 hurdles-1, Angela Boney (Avi) 19.30; 2, Alex O'Conner (Avi); 3, Amana Mariglia (Avi). 300 hurdles-1, Boney, 54,50; 2, O'Conner; 3, Morgan Kelley (Nap). 400 relay-1, Aviano (Boney, Black, Jasmine Banks, O'Conner) 58.50; 2, Naples. 1,600 relay-1, Aviano (Renee Worden, Lena Lauzon, Christine Bamberg, Amanda Marigila) 6:49. 3,200 relay-1, Aviano (Gilpin, Adams, Corder, Tanner ) 11:48; 2, Naples. Sprint medley relay-1, Aviano (Lauzon, Bamberg, O'Conner, Worden) 6:34. High jump-1, Irons, 4 feet, 7 inches; 2, Gilpin; 3, Tanner. -Long jump-1, Banjo-Johnson, 14-7; 2, Ortiz; 3, Angelica Hopkins-Slayton (Nap). Triple jump-1, Banjo-Johnson, 29-7; 2, Ortiz; 3, Maggie Green (Avi). Shot put-1, Knisha Freeman (Nap) 27-10; 2, Sarrah Benoit (Avi); 3, Natasha Warner (Avi). Discus-1, Freeman, 86-8; 2, Benoit; 3, Warner.

Ansbach pentagonal


Team scoring-Würzburg 232.5, Ansbach 148.5, Vilseck 74, Patch 33, Bamberg 25.

100 meters-1, Antonio Harris (Vil) 11.38; 2, Jerod Fox (Wzbg); 3, Carlos Murray (Wzbg). 200-1, Harris, 22.89; 2, Fox; 3, Murray. 400-1, Thankgod Maduabuchi (Ans) 55.27; 2, Dameon Outley (Ans); 3, Dominic Brown (Vils). 800-1, Saevar Weaver (Wzbg) 2:09.53; 2, Charles Robertson (Wzbg); 3, Matthew Braatz (Vils). 1,500-1, Weaver, 4:30.92; 2, Robertson; 3, Jon Painter (Wzbg). 3,000-1, Painter, 10:41.84; 2, Dennis Lyska (Vils); 3, Walter Golden (Ansb). 110 hurdles-1, Jon Austin (Ans) 17.95; 2, Golden; 3, TraVarris Leaks (Ansb). 300 hurdles-1, Mike Johnson (Wzbg) 42.97; 2, Golden; 3, Anthony Levasseur (Vils). 400 relay-1, Vilseck (Braatz, Cherard Hickmon, Levasseur, Harris) 45.85; 2, Wuerzburg B; 3, Ansbach. 1,600 relay-1, Würzburg (Willie Hogan, Fox, Murray, Nate Idlet) 3:43.46; 2, Wuerzburg B; 3, Ansbach. 3,200 relay-1, Würzburg (names unavailable) 9:45.56; 2, Ansbach; 3, Vilseck. Sprint medley relay-1, Würzburg (names unavailable) 4:06.69; 2, Bamberg; 3, Ansbach. High jump-1, Derek Defrance (Wzbg) 5-6; 2, Idlet; 3, Greg Prince (Wzbg). Long jump-1, Darryl Wiley (Bamb) 19-7; 2, Austin; 3, Idlet. Triple jump-1, Austin, 40-6; 2, Brandon Hollingsworth (Ansb); 3, Miles Sheppard (Ansb). Shot put-1, Jordan King (Wzbg) 41-1; 2, John Stahl (Pat); 3, Charles Greene (Wzbg). Discus-1, King, 125-0; 2, Kristian Hunter (Wzbg); 3, Korey Gunter (Wzbg).


Team scoring-Würzburg 187, Patch 135, Ansbach 60, Vilseck 51, Bamberg 48.

100 meters-1, Jamilia Rowser (Pat) 13.57; 2, Monique Crawley (Ansb); 3, Latrice Dixon (Bamb). 200-1, Rowser, 27.93; 2, Ebony Chambers (Vils); 3, Jerrinerce Herrin (Wzbg). 400-1, Gwarmekia Ryans (Wzbg) 63.14; 2, Catrina Armendariz (Wzbg); 3, Sarah Halletschek (Pat). 800-1, Brittney Britton (Ans) 2:31.62; 2, Rachel Hamilton (Pat); 3, Carolyn House (Pat). 1,500-1, House, 5:17.10; 2, Hamilton; 3, Erin Gray (Wzbg). 3,000-1, Madeline Cummings (Pat) 12:38.07; 2, House; 3, Renee Aylswoth (Ansb). 100 hurdles-1, Britton, 17.96; 2, Latoya Patrick-Saunders (Wzbg); 3, Landria Zachery (Wzbg). 300 hurdes-1, Patrick-Saunders 52.10; 2, Antonio Mendez (Wzbg); 3, Herrin. 400 relay-1, Würzburg (names unavailable) 53.71; 2, Bamberg; 3, Vilseck. 1,600-1, Würzburg (names unavailable) 4:29.29; 2, Patch; 3, Würzubrg B. 3,200 relay-1, Patch 11:17.90; 2, Vilseck. Sprint medley-1 Würzburg 4:51.12; 2, Patch. High jump-1, Ashley Buckman (Wzbg) 5 feet, 0 inches; 2, Crawley; 3, Jillian Hodge (Pat). Long jump-1, Crawley, 16-6.75; 2, Buckman; 3, Kendra Cole (Wzbg). Triple jump-1, Cole, 27-10; 2, Hodge; 3, Colleen Fisher (Pat). Shot put-1, Shalotta Williams (Bamb) 32-6; 2, Jessica Calzadilla (Wzbg); 3, Dixon. Discus-1, Williams, 88-7; 2, Shakera Lance (Vils); 3, Erin Sullivan (Wzbg).

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