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Lakenheath's Kristen Hawley drives her way to the goal during Saturday's high school soccer match between Lakenheath and Wiesbaden. Hawley scored the Lady Lancers' second goal, but Wiesbaden went home with the 3-2 win.

Lakenheath's Kristen Hawley drives her way to the goal during Saturday's high school soccer match between Lakenheath and Wiesbaden. Hawley scored the Lady Lancers' second goal, but Wiesbaden went home with the 3-2 win. (Courtesy of Lakenheath H.S.)

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Girls soccer

VAIHINGEN, Germany — Megan Williams and Lacy Wallens scored goals Saturday as the Vilseck Falcons ended Patch’s 48-game winning streak with a 2-1 Division II high school soccer victory.

“I’m glad it’s over,” Patch coach Tom Manuel said after his team lost to a DODDS-Europe team for the first time since March of 1999. “We have a lot of new players, and they were inheriting the pressure of the streak.”

Williams scored on a direct free kick in the game’s first 10 minutes to give Vilseck a 1-0 halftime lead. Wallens, off a feed from Krystal Trinidad, made it 2-0 in the 11th minute of the second half.

“The goal kept getting smaller and smaller,” Manuel said. “We had our chances, but it was one of those days that no matter what you do, it’s not going to work out.”

Courtney Allen got one of the goals back with eight minutes to play, but Patch could get no closer against the Vilseck defense led by sweeper Christine Cline, left defender Kim Gaffney, midfielder Jessica Linka and stopper Sarah Starr, who headed a shot off the line to keep Patch from scoring the equalizer.

Brenda Rusell saved seven shots for Vilseck, which forced Patch keeper Lauren Miles to make just two saves.

“It was a good game,” Manuel said. “We said afterward we were hoping that when our streak did end, it would come against a team which has given us trouble throughout the years. We’ve had a good rivalry with Vilseck and we respect the way they play.”

And it’s not the end of the world, Manuel said.

“I told out team we’ll start a new streak this week,” he said.

Naples 7, Vicenza 1

VICENZA, Italy — The powerful Wildcats gave up their first goal of the season, but still improved to 3-0.

Michelle Aguila scored three times and Laura Thompson twice for Naples, which moved closer to clinching the American Schools in Italy conference crown. The Wildcats host Aviano (1-0-1) on Saturday and close out the regular season at home against American Overseas School of Rome (2-0-1) the following weekend.

Naples goalkeeper Alex Petrucci was called on to make just three saves. Vicenza keeper Sarah Malone made 23 saves.

Aviano 6, Sigonella 1

AVIANO AB, Italy — Christen McCullough and Jessi Campfield each scored twice, and Emily McNulty added a goal and two assists Saturday as the Saints improved to 1-0-1.

Aviano, which endured offensive misfires in a 2-2 tie at AOSR on March 29, finally got untracked on Saturday, according to coach Pam Hilestad. Aviano is to play at Naples on Saturday in a game which will help determine the regular-season crown.

Wiesbaden 3, Lakenheath 2 (OT)

RAF LAKENHEATH, England — Bethany Fountain scored twice for Wiesbaden in a Division I game played in a cold wind gusting 35 to 40 mph.

The victory evened Wiesbaden’s Division I conference record at 1-1. Lakenheath, which travels to Ramstein on Friday and Kaisersalutern on Saturday, was playing for the first time this season.

Heidelberg 1, Ramstein 0

HEIDELBERG, Germany — Grace Nichols scored off a corner kick by Megan Brousseau early in the second half, and defensive leaders Megan Bruce and Michelle Thorne kept the pressure off goalkeeper Shiena Bustamante, who was forced to make just one save.

Ramstein keeper Andra Vanderneck was forced to make just five saves, one of them on a penalty kick.

The victory moved defending European champion Heidelberg’s league record to 2-0, 3-0 overall. Ramstein is 1-1 in the league and 2-1 overall.

Other weekend games

Bamberg 2, Bad Aibling 1

Halftime — Bamberg Barons 0, Bad Aibling Blitz 0 Goals — BA: Katrina Preston; Bamb: Patricia Gardner, Jennifer Popp. Assists — BA: Rachel Reese; Bamb: None. Saves-Bad Aibling (unavailable) 7; Bamberg (Lindsey Etheredge) 1. Noteworthy — Bamberg improves to 3-0 in Division III play; Bad Aibling is 0-3.

Heidelberg 1, Ramstein 0

Halftime — Heidelberg Lady Lions 0, Ramstein Lady Royals 0. Goal — Grace Nichols. Assists — Megan Brousseau. Saves — Ramstein (Andra Vanderneck) 5; Heidleberg (Shiena Bustamante) 1. JV — Ramstein 2, Heidelberg 0.

Wiesbaden 3, Lakenheath 2 (OT)

Halftime — Lakenheath Lancers 1, Wiesbaden Warriors 0. Regulation — 1-1. Goals — Wies: Bethany Fountain 2, Brittany Brewington; Lake: Kirsten Hawley, Katie Sloboda. Assists — Wies: Jennifer McKeon, Jessica Eidem; Lake: Unavailable. Saves — Wiesbaden (Andi Gagnon 7, Tifiny Krootje 3) 10; Lakenheath (Julie Kane) 12.

Vilseck 2, Patch 1

Halftime — Vilseck Falcons 1, Patch Panthers 0. Goals — Vils: Megan Williams, Lacy Wallens; Pat: Courtney Allen. Assists — Vils: Krystal Trinidad; Pat: None. Saves — Vilseck (Lauren Miles) 2; Patch (Brenda Russell) 7. JV — Vilseck 1, Patch 0.

Hanau 2, Bitburg 0

Halftime — Hanau Panthers 1, Bitburg Lady Barons 0. Goals — Kyri Bye-Nagel, Patricia Foster. Assist — Bye-Nagel. Saves — Hanau (Kyla Bye-Nagel) 5, Bitburg (Melodie Boperval) 14. Noteworthy — Hanau is 2-0; Bitburg 0-2.

Giessen 2, Brussels 1

Halftime — Brussels Lady Brigands 1, Giessen Griffins 0. Goals — Brus: Morgan Duke; Gies: Aiana Garin, Janelle Anderson. Assists — Unavailable. Saves — Brussels (Caitlyn Watson 3, Chelsea Blandford 2) 5; Giessen (Amanda Gray 3, Erika Hill 5) 8. Noteworthy — Giessen evens league record at 2-2; Brussels is 1-1.

Bamberg 2, Baumholder 1

Halftime — Bamberg Barons 2, Bamholder Lady Bucs 1. Goals — Bamb: Talisa Dauz 2; Baum: Liz Johnson. Assists — Bamb: Patricia Gardiner 2; Baum: Katie Otterstedt. Saves — Bamberg (Lindsey Etheridge) 4; Baumholder (Jessica Jerrels 2, Ashley Karayannis 2) 4.

Ansbach 2, Hohenfels 1

Halftime — Ansbach Cougars 2, Hohenfels Tigers 1 Goals — Hoh: Beth Macintire; Ansb: Katy Weihmann, Kiki Johnson. Assists — None. Saves — Hohenfels (Jackie Martinez) 3; Ansbach (April Derbak) 7. JV — Ansbach 5, Hohenfels 1.

Naples 7, Vicenza 1

Halftime — Naples Wildcats 5, Vicenza Cougars 1 Goals — Nap: Michelle Aguila 3, Laura Thompson 2, Laura Keating, Gloria Bradshaw; Vic: Erin Robinson. Assists — Unavailable. Saves — Naples (Alex Petrucci) 3; Vicenza (Sarah Malone) 23.

Aviano 6, Sigonella 1

Halftime — Aviano Saints 4, Sigonella Jaguars 0. Goals — Sig: Kristina Schumacher; Avi: Christen McCullough 2, Jessi Campfield 2, Megan Engelhardt, Emily McNulty. Assists — Sig: Karina Matti; Avi: McNulty 2, Erin Hassan. Saves — Sigonella (Lauren Blount) unavailable; Aviano (Ashly Etemi 1, Jessica Tolliver 5) 6. Noteworthy — Aviano is 1-0-1; Sigonella 0-2.

Boys soccer

HEIDELBERG, Germany — Kevin Thorne scored the deciding goal and assisted on Heidelberg’s other score as the five-time defending European Division I champion edged Ramstein 2-1 in high school soccer on Saturday.

Thorne, who had assisted on Christoph Ascherel’s goal that gave the Lions a 1-0 halftime lead, scored the game-winner in the second half on a pass from Xavier Otero.

Jonathan Munoz, off a feed from Matt Burns, made the only shot Ramstein managed to get past Heidelberg keeper Eugene Bringman. Ramstein keeper Justin Mackey turned aside 12 Heidelberg attempts.

The victory left the Lions atop the Division I race at 3-0 overall and 2-0 in league play.

Ramstein fell to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in the Division I race.

Lakenheath 2, Wiesbaden 0

RAF LAKENHEATH, England — Luke Crouch scored into a 35 mph breeze and Collin Geraci scored from 25 yards out with the wind behind him as the Lancers claimed their Division I season opener.

Lakeneath is 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the league going into Friday’s game at Ramstein and Saturday’s date at Kaiserslautern;

Wiesbaden is 1-2 overall and 0-2 in Division I play.

Patch 1, Vilseck 0

VAIHINGEN, Germany — Mike Bernards coverted a pass from Jeff Jones into the only score of the game with two minutes to play Saturday.

Patch is 1-1 in league play; Vilseck is 0-2.

Baumholder 7, Bamberg 2

BAUMHOLDER, Germany — Baumholder’s Riki Reyna proved unmarkable on Friday as he scored three goals and assisted on three others as the veteran Bucs broke loose in their first outing of the season.

Rios Harvey scored twice and Marcus Fontanez, who added an assist, dominated the midfield offensively and defensively, according to Baumholder coach David Schwab.

Baumholder is 2-0, 1-0 in the III-South race.

The Bucs claimed a 1-0 forfeit from Bamberg on March 15.

Hohenfels 3, Ansbach 2

ANSBACH, Germany — Perry Helton scored two goals and assisted on one by Jimmy Pietras as the Tigers claimed a Division III-South victory.

The victory kept Hohenfels atop the league standings at 2-0; the Tigers are 3-0 overall.

Ansbach is 0-1 in the league and 1-1 overall.

London Central 4, Alconbury 0

RAF ALCONBURY, England — The Bobcats battled through stiff winds and cold Saturday to remain unbeaten.

C.J. Nogoy and John Wigandt scored in the 36th and 39th minutes, and Jeremy Tibbetts and Steven Cusumano broke through after intermission as the Bobcats improved to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in III-North play.

Alconbury is 0-1 in the league and 1-2 overall.

Other weekend games

Heidelberg 2, Ramstein 1

Halftime — Heidelberg Lions 1, Ramstein Royals 0 Goals — Rams: Jonathan Munoz; Heid: Christoph Ascherel, Kevin Thorne, Assists — Rams: Matt Burns; Heid: Xavier Otero, Thorne. Saves — Ramstein (Justin Mackey) 12; Heidelberg (Eugene Bringman) 5. Noteworthy — Lions, who play at Wuerzburg this Saturday, move into D-1 driver's seat at 2-0, 3-0 overall. Ramstein is 1-1, 2-1 and hosts Lakenheath on Friday before traveling to International School of Brussels on Saturday.

Lakenheath 2, Wiesbaden 0

Halftime — Lakenheath lancers 1, Wiesbaden Warriors 0 Goals — Luke Croucher, Collin Geraci. Assist — John Watkins. Saves — Wiesbaden (unavailable) 14; Lakenheath (Chris Beets) 13.

Patch 1, Vilseck 0

Halftime — Patch Panthers 0, Vilseck Falcons 0. Goal — Mike Bernards. Assist — Jeff Jones. Saves — Vilseck (Kevin Pollock) 10; Patch (Jason Ullman) 11. Noteworthy — Goal came in final two minutes of game. Patch is 1-1, Vilseck 0-2. JV — Patch 2, Vilseck 1.

Bitburg 1, Hanau 0

Halftime — Bitburg Barons 0, Hanau Panthers 0. Goal — Ryan Thomas. Assist — John Coker. Saves — Hanau (Ryan Lawrence) 9; Bitburg (Chris Hernandez) 15. Noteworthy — Bitburg is 2-0 in D-2 play; Hanau 0-2.

Giessen 2, Brussels 1

Goals — Brus: Alex Bodoni; Gies: Gerard Hicks, Robert Thome. Assists — Unavailable. Saves — Brussels (unavailable); Giessen (Greg Reilly) 6.

London Central 4, Alconbury 0

Halftime — London Central Bobcats 2, Alconbury Dragons 0. Goals — C.J. Nogoy, J9ohn Wigandt, Jeremy Tibbetts, Steven Cusumano. Assists — Brian Cooney, Steven Cooney. Saves — London Central (Mark Pierce) 2; Alconbury (Unavailable).

Baumholder 7, Bamberg 2

Halftime — Baumholder Bucs 2, Bamberg Barons 0. Goals — Bamb: Jesse Holcomb, Collins Wonzina; Baum: Riki Reyna 3, Rios Harvey 2, Michael Walker, Zain Shah. Assists — Bamb: None; Baum: Reyna 3, Marcus Fontanez. Saves — Bamberg (Chris Davis 5, Chris Morgan 1, John Ford 1) 7; Baumholder (Josh Jerles) 6. Noteworthy — Bucs improve to 2-0 in their first game played on the field this season. Bamberg, 0-2, forfeited to Baumholder on March 15.

Bamberg 7, Bad Aibling 0

Halftime — Bamberg Barons 6, Bad Aibling Blitz 0. Goals — Wonzine 3, Nik Krauchi, Jordan Holcomb, Chris Morgan, Danny Spindler. Assists — Unavailable. Saves — Bamberg (Davis) 3; Bad Aibling unavailable.

Hohenfels 3, Ansbach 2

Halftime — Ansbach Cougars 2, Hohenfels Tigers 2 Goals — Hoh: Perry helton 2, Jimmy Pietras; Ansb: Mccarthy AnumAddo, Ibrihim Sesay. Assists — Hoh: Helton; Ansb: David Herold. Saves — Hohenfels (Jarod Taylor) 10; Ansbach (Chris Hess) 5.

Naples 8, Vicenza 1

Halftime — Naples Wildcats 4, Vicenza Cougars 0 Goals — Nap: Jeff Bickel 2, Mike Monaco 2, Josh Kaimikaua, James Kellenbence, Thomasz Woloszyn, Taylor Toombes; Vic: Charles Mayville. Assists — Nap: Ryan Dunlap, Fonzo Tafur, Allen Hamby, Monaco, Toombs, Bickel; Vic: None. Saves — Naples (Allen Hamby) 2; Vicenza (Andrew Mayville) 15. Noteworthy — After opening season with 1-0 losses to private-school powers Milan and Marymount, Naples broke through with 70-minute mercy-rule win. To improve to 1-2. Vicenza is 0-2.


KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Heidelberg’s Meagan Perry threw back-to-back no-hitters Saturday as the Lady Lions defeated Kaiserslautern 7-0 and 12-0 in high school softball.

Perry also drove in a pair of runs in the opener to help Heidelberg sweep the teams’ Division I conference opener.

Katie Arthur and Carissa Beach each drove in two runs in the opener, and Cassandra Pope drove in a pair of runs in the second game.

Bitburg 7-8, Lakenheath 8-6

BITBURG AIR BASE, Germany — Lakenheath, the three-time defending Division I champion, took an ugly victory in the opener. Defending D-II champion Bitburg rebounded in the nightcap.

Lakenheath’s Meghan Quasney pitched a one-hitter in the opener, but walked 12, and her team committed eight errors.

Andrea McCoy went 4-for-4 against Bitburg’s Tanja Moore to overcome the walks and errors. Moore took the loss despite striking out nine Lakenheath batters and walking two.

Bitburg, which got three hits each from Amy Hughen and Julie Brei-Crawley and three RBIs from Moore, made a winner of freshman pitcher Ashley Kazimer in the nightcap.

Kazimer gave up four runs in the first inning of her first high-school start but settled down, allowing just six hits in her seven-inning complete game.

Natasha Valley, who gave up 11 hits, took the loss for Lakenheath.

Ramstein 9-14, Lakenheath 2-5

LANDSTUHL, Germany — Ramstein pounded out 30 hits in the sweep.

Jenn Morton picked up the victory in the opener, allowing two hits while striking out six and walking three. She got offensive support from Tatreka Polite, who went 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs; Amanda la Plant, who was 4-for-5, and Heather Steel, who drove in a pair of runs.

The Lady Royals, defending Division I conference champions, backed newcomer Victoria Apodaca with 17 hits in the nightcap.

Apodaca allowed seven hits, struck out one, walked one and picked up six assists.

Polite had a single, double, triple and 3 RBIs, and Megan Hillard also had three RBIs in the second game.

Lakenheath’s Valley, who lost both games, was 2-for-4 in the nightcap, as was Quasney.

Wiesbaden 18-20, Würzburg 3-7

WIESBADEN, Germany — Ana Lohmer hit a grand slam in the opener, and Melissa Mueller connected for a three-run home run in the nightcap for the Warriors.

Stephanie Snow struck out seven, including six in a row at one point, in winning the opening game. She was supported by a double and triple by Kathryn Richardson and a double and three stolen bases by Kaitlin O’Neill.

O’Neill struck out five in winning the nightcap.

Patch 16-8, Mannheim 10-9

VAIHINGEN, Germany — Salome Martinez scored the winning run on a double-steal as Mannheim salvaged the Division II split.

Tasha Standing Bear picked up the win in the nightcap, benefiting from a 2-for-3 outing at the plate by Crystal Salazar.

In the opener, Patch freshman Lauren Sanchez struck out 10, and Merdity beatty drove in a pair of runs. Sanchez also doubled home a run and survived a bases-loaded triple by Mannheim’s Stephanie Emlinger.

Alconbury 22-17, London Central 12-16

HIGH WYCOMBE, England — Defending European champion Alconbury swept a Division III doubleheader at London Central. Grace Nichols scored found the netoff a corner kick by Megan Brousseau early in the second half, and defensive leaders Megan Bruce and Michelle Thorne kept the pressure off goalkeeper Shiena Bustamante, who was forced to make just one save..

Bruce and Thorne throttled Ramstein so thoroughly that goalkeeper Shiena Bustamante was forced to make just one save.

Sweeper Stephanie Sullivan almost returned the favor for Ramstein. Heidelberg’s potent attack forced Ramstein keeper Andra Vanderneck was forced to make just five saves, one of them on a penalty kick.

The victory moved defending European champion Heidelberg’s league record to 2-0, 3-0 overall. Ramstein is 1-1 in the league and 2-1 overall.


Aviano 5, Sigonella 1

(Saturday at Aviano; forfeits not included)


Shadi Kertbo (Avi) def. Crystal Shirley 6-1, 6-2; Ashley Mead and Eliana Sheets (Avi) def. Elena Clark and Alex Navidad 6-2, 6-0.


Jose Peralta (Sig) def. Brad Smith 3-6, 6-1, 6-4; Greg Vogel and Kia Kertbo (Avi) def. Ryan Peralta and Terrance Young 6-2, 7-6 (7-3); Marty Vogel and Jordan Kelsey (Avi) def. Danny Vasquez and Dominic Brisbin 8-4.

Track and field

Wiesbaden heptagonal

(Saturday, all races distances in meters)


Team scoring — Ramstein 149, Black Forest Academy 125, Kaiserslautern 109, Wiesbaden 69, Patch 66, Bitburg 22, Baumholder 0.

100 meters-1, Aaron Scott (Kais) 11.07; 2, Mike Ganje (Wies); 3, David Kennedy (Pat).

200-1, Scott, 22.91; 2, Ganje; 3, Greg Thompson (Kais).

400-1, Jason Manning (Rams) 60.36; 2, Timicus Jackson (Rams); 3, John Hunt (Kais).

800-1, Marquise Eubanks (Wies) 2:03.74; 2, John Fox (BFA); 3, Jay Robins (Kais).

1,500-1, Kenny Grosselin (Rams) 4:25.82; 2, Parker Cowles (Rams); 3, Rob Cochran (Rams).

3,000-1, Scott Hamilton (Pat) 10:06..98; 2, Calvin Hernandez (Rams); 3, Jaridd Leute (BFA).

110 hurdles-1, Jacob Palmer (Rams) 15.67; 2, Maurice Brigham (Kais); 3, Rashaud Joseph (Wies).

300 hurdles-1, Alex Ingalls (Pat); 2, Palmer; 3, Adam Dupre (Kais).

400 relay-1, Kaiserslautern (Brigham, Thompson, Scott, Robins) 45.81; 2, Black Forest Academy; 3, Ramstein.

1,600 relay-1, Ramstein (Jared Cosens, Ramirez, Grosselin, Palmer) 3:44.25; 2, Black Forest Academy; 3, Wiesbaden.

3,200 relay-1, Ramstein (Cochran, Cowles, Grosselin, Hernandez) 8:42.59; 2, Wiesbaden; 3, Kaiserslautern.

Sprint medley relay-1, Ramstein (Palmer, Ramirez, Cosens, Moyric) 3:56.03; 2, Wiesbaden; 3, Black Forest Academy.

High jump-1, J.T. Fluellen (Rams) 5 feet, 8 inches; 2, Justin Schroeder (BFA); 3, Tim Chew (BFA).

Long jump-1, J.T. Fluellen, 18-8; 2, Eric Newby (BFA); 3, nate Bacon (Kais).

Triple jump-1, Silas Fluellen (Rams) 37-11; 2, Bacon; 3, Chris Faroe (33-10).

Shot put-1, Alex Cruz (Rams) 40-11.25; 2, Newby (BFA); 3, Aaron Cederberg (BFA).

Discus-1, Andrew Ross (Kais) 105-5.5; 2, Nick Pantin (Pat); 3, Chris Eubanks (Bitb).


Team scoring — Patch 141, Ramstein 128, Kaiserslautern 86, Black Forest Academy 64, Wiesbaden 37, Baumholder 21, Bitburg 17.

100 meters-1, Jamila Rowser (Pat) 12.4; 2, Lynndsey Hyter (Kais); 3, CC Andrews (Baum).

200-1, Hyter, 27.68; 2, Andrews; 3, Rowser.

400-1, Kat Pizarro (Wies) 62.78; 2, Sarah Halletschek (Pat); 3, Stephanie Abraham (Rams).

800-1, S. Abraham, 2:39.98; 2, Madelin Cumings (Pat); 3, Jessica Abraham (Rams).

1,500-1, Carolyn House (Pat) 5:18.17; 2, Rachel Hamilton (Pat); 3, Beth Nielsen (Rams).

3,000-1, C. House, 11:22.69; 2, Hamilton; 3, B. Nielsen.

100 hurdles-1, Elizabeth Sutton (BFA) 18.30; 2, Ally Peet (Rams); 3, Nicole Swalko (Rams).

300 hurdles-1, Jennifer Nielsen (Rams) 60.21; 2, Jessica Greenwald (Bitb); 3, Whitney Borden (Kais).

400 relay-1, Kaiserslautern (Monica Williams, Tricia Taylor, Dupe Babatunde, Shanara Collins) 53.29; 2, Black Forest Academy; 3, Wiesbaden.

1,600 relay-1, Ramstein (S. Abraham, J. Marsh, Meyer, J. Nielsen) 4:56.48; 2, Black Forest Academy; 3, Kaiserslautern.

3,200 relay-1, Ramstein (S. Abraham, Krissy Grosselin. Marsh, B. Nielsen) 10:52.59; 2, Patch; 3, Black Forest Academy.

Sprint medley relay-1, Patch (Rowser, Halletschek, House, Hamilton) 4:40.22; 2, Black Forest Academy; 3, Kaiserslautern.

High jump-1, Jillian Hodge (Pat) 4 feet, 10 inches; 2, Whitney Borden (Kais); 3, Colleen Fisher (Pat).

Long jump-1, Burena Smith (Wies) 14-0; 2, Raquel McCullum (Rams); 3, Krissy Grosselin.

Triple jump-1, Emily Johnson (Kais) 29-5; 2, McCullum; 3, Dayna Bruce (Wies).

Shot put-1, Malina Hoehn (Rams) 18-10.5; 2, Jacqueline House (Pat); 3, Elizabeth Boettcher (BFA).

Discus-1, J.House, 60-4; 2, Carletta Hernandez (Bitb).

Würzburg octagonal


Team scoring — Würzburg 188, Hohenfels 84, Vilseck 52, Hanau 40, Ansbach 39, Bamberg 35, Heidelberg 35, Mannheim 7.

100 meters — 1, Sheronika Hinton (Hoh) 13.06; 2, Latrice Dixon (Bamb) ; 3, April Ryans (Wzbg).

200 — 1, Hinton, 26.96; 2, Denitra Frison (Heid); 3, Ebony Chambers (Vils).

400 — 1, Catrina Armendariz (Wzbg) 65.02; 2, Antonia Mendez (Wzbg); 3, Chambers.

800 — 1, Brittney Britton (Ansb) 2;34; 2, Amber Maultby (Han); 3, Mendez.

1,500 — 1, Erin Gray (Wzbg) 5:43; 2, Elizabeth Zaragoza (Vils); 3, Renee Aylworth (Ansb).

3,000 — 1, Gray, 12:34; 2, Aylsworth; 3, Jessica Mayfield (Bamb).

100 hurdles — 1, Britton, 17.17; 2, Latoya Patrick-Saunders (Wzbg); 3, Jennifer Cain (Han).

300 hurdles — 1, Patrick-Saunders, 51.7; 2, Jerriniece Herrin (Wzbg); 3, Chivonne Moschiano (Wzbg).

400 relay — 1, Würzburg (A.Ryans, Candace Cunanan, Meriecha Baker, Gwarmekia Ryans) 54,7; 2, Heidelberg; 3, Hanau.

1,600 relay — 1, Würzburg (Tinesha Motin, Mendez, Armendariz, G. Ryans) 4:40; 2, Hanau; 43, Wuerzburg II.

3,200 relay — 1, Vilseck (names unavailable) 12:28; 2, Würzburg.

Sprint medley relay — 12, Würzburg (Motin, G. Ryans, Armendariz, Gray) 4:56; 2, Heidelberg.

High jump — 1, Ashley Buckman (Wzbg) 4 feet, 8 inches; 2, Latoya Simmons (Vils); 3, Kendra Cole (Wzbg).

Long jump — 1, Tori McDuffie (Hoh) 15-0.5; 2, Ginny Thomas (Hoh); 3, Ashley Gauss (Hoh).

Triple jump — 1, McDuffie 31-11; 2, Cain; 3, Gauss.

Shot put — Paige Nicoson (Hoh) 32-1.5; 2, Shalota Williams (Bamb); 3, Jessica Calzadilla (Wzbg).

Discus — 1, Shakera Lance (Vils) 84-3; 2, Williams; 3, Erin Sullivan (Wzbg).


Team scoring — Würzburg 198, Ansbach 104.33, Heidelberg 77, Hanau 46.33, Mannheim 45, Vilseck 16.33, Bamberg 16, Hohenfels 16.

100 meters — 1, Carlos Murray (Wzbg) 10.88; 2, Brandon Hollingsworth (Ansb); 3, Demetrius Handy (Han).

200 — 1, Hollingsworth, 23.47; 2, Trenton Tiggs (Heid); 3, Darryl Wiley (Bamb).

400 — 1, Murray, 54.2; 2, Handy; 3, Donnie Esters (Heid).

800 — 1, Charles Robertson (Wzbg) 2:11; 2, Kyle Wycoff (Mann); 3, James Jordan (Wzbg).

1,500 — 1, Saevar Weaver (Wzbg) 4:35; 2, Robertson; 3, Durrell Green (Mann).

3,000 — 1, Jonathan Painter (Wzbg) 10:48; 2, Weaver; 3, Walter Golden (Ansb).

110 hurdles — 1, Jon Austin (Ansb) 16.98; 2, Adam Golden (Ansb); 3, Jeff Smreker (Heid).

300 hurdles — 1, Michael Johnson (Wzbg) 43.4; 2, Lawrence Cruz (Hoh); 3, A. Golden.

400 relay — 1, Würzburg (Kristian Hunter, Johnson, Korey Gunter, Murray) 45.2; 2, Ansbach; 3, Würzburg II.

1,600 relay — 1, Würzburg (Nate Idlet, Johnson, Robertson, Murray) 3:50; 2, Ansbach; 3, Heidelberg.

3,200 relay — 1, Würzburg (Painter, Nick Strobel, Brandon Goods, Zach Sansom) 9:49; 2, Heidelberg; 3, Ansbach.

Sprint medley relay — 1, Würzburg (Hunter, Idlet, Johnson, Weaver) 3:56; 2, Heidelberg; 3, Ansbach.

High jump — 1, Derek Defrance (Wzbg) 5 feet, 10 inches; 2, Idlet; 3, D.J. Dujuan (Heid).

Long jump — 1, Marc Benjamin (Han) 17-10; 2, Greg Prince (Wzbg); 3, Justin Gennings (Wzbg).

Triple jump — 1, Jon Austin (Ansb) 40-5; 2, Hollingsworth; 3, Smreker.

Shot put — 1, Melvin Jackson (Mann) 55-3.75; 2, Dwight Neal (Han); 3, Dwayne Neal (Han).

Discus — 1, Jordan King (Wzbg) 120-5; 2, Gunter; 3, Jackson.

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