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Boys basketballIncirlik 39, Ankara 21(Friday at Incirlik) Ankara..........2 2 7 10—21Incirlik..........5 11 16 7—39Top scorers—Ankara: Muzarar Umarov 9; Incirlik: Josh Calloway 14, Davonte Jackson 13.Noteworthy—Andrew Barker had 10 rebounds for Incirlik.

Incirlik 43, Ankara 32(Friday at Incirlik) Ankara..........10 6 10 6—32Incirlik..........13 5 10 15—43Top scorers—Ankara: Umarov 18, Grady Wilson 10; Incirlik: Jackson 17, Calloway 11.Noteworthy—Calloway had 12 rebounds.

Incirlik 44, Ankara 15(Saturday at Incirlik) Ankara..........9 4 2 0—15Incirlik..........15 3 22 4—44Top scorers—Ankara: Umarov 11; Incirlik: Jackson 15, Chris Antwine 12.Noteworthy—Jackson posted 6 steals and 3 assists.

Incirlik 51, Ankara 21(Saturday at Incirlik) Ankara..........8 11 1 1—21Incirlik..........8 18 14 11—51Top scorers—Ankara: Umarov 13; Incirlik: Barker 18, Calloway 11.Noteworthy—Antwine handed our 4 assists and Jackson 7 steals as Incirlik went to 4-0. The two teams next meet at Ankara on Jan. 25-26.

Naples 49, Milan 9(Friday at Naples) Milan..........1 8 0— 9Naples..........14 17 18—4940-point courtesy rule invoked 5:28 left in 3rd period.Top scorers—Milan: Fotogama Hirotaka 5, Philip Molseni 4; Naples: Vincent Feazell 12, Kevin Navarro 7, Quamine Holliman 6, Dwayne Newby 5, Eman Rawls 5.Naples 52, Milan 12(Saturday at Naples) Milan..........4 8 0—12Naples..........26 20 6—5240-point courtesy rule invoked 6:30 left in 3rd period.Top scorers—Milan: Hirotaka 2, Molseni 2, Francesco Agosti 2, Colin Falconer 2, Waseem Riche 2, Federico Rossi 2; Naples: Omar Pemberton 9, Holliman 8, Newby 8, Feazell 6, Nararro 6 .Noteworthy—Naples is 2-0; Milan, which forfeited the previous week’s two games to Sigonella, is 0-4.

Vicenza 63, Sigonella 52(Friday at Sigonella) Vicenza..........17 8 15 23—63Sigonella..........5 12 21 14—52Top scorers—Vicenza: Xavier Taylor 31, Drew Owens 15, Napoleon Myhand 7; Sigonella: Will Hope 15, James Campbell 10, Conor Quinn 8.

Vicenza 68, Sigonella 61(Saturday at Sigonella) Vicenza..........13 24 9 22—68Sigonella..........9 16 12 24—61Top scorers—Vicenza: Gary Donald 20, Taylor 15, Shakil Skeete 9; Sigonella: Hope 25, Campbell 11, Quinn 10.Noteworthy—Vicenza and Sigonella both 2-2 overall.

AOSR 60, Aviano 52(Friday at Rome) Aviano..........8 14 14 16—52AOSR..........10 18 10 22—60Top scorers—Aviano: Andre Dean 17, Jamal Tuck 13, Jon Anderson 12; American Overseas School of Rome: Carlo Burci 21, Dino Repesa 14, Ezio Velli 12.Noteworthty—According to Aviano Coach Ken McNeely, Anderson and his Aviano teammate Shaheed Seaton grabbed 8 and 7 rebounds, respectively.JV—Aviano 31, AOSR 11.

Aviano 59, AOSR 58(Saturday at Rome) Aviano..........25 16 10 8—59AOSR..........22 14 16 6—58Top scorers—Aviano: Dean 24, Tuck 17, Anderson 7; American Overseas School of Rome: Velli 13, Repesa 13, Burci 12, Ryan Abbadi 10, Sage Rahm 8Noteworthy—A free throw by Xavier Roberson on Aviano’s final possession provided margin of victory, according to McNeely. Anderson had 8 rebounds and Seaton 6 for Aviano (5-1 overall, 2-0 in league play).JV—Aviano 50, AOSR 24.

Menwith Hill 70, ACS Hillingdon 45(Friday at Hillingdon)Menwith Hill..........21 18 19 12—70ACS-Hillingdon..........7 21 4 13—45Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Le’Shawn Adams 21, Scottie Setzer 16, Corey Crane 10; American Community School Hillingdon: Alex Judd 14.

Menwith Hill 87, ACS Hillingdon 56(Saturday at Hillingdon) Menwith Hill..........22 21 19 25—87ACS Hillingdon..........17 9 11 19—56Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Adams 31, Crane 18, Lyle Dorsey 17, Chase Rexroat 12; American Community School Hillingdon: C.J. McIntosh 20.Noteworthy—Menwith Hill is 2-2.

Lakenheath 53, ISB 50(Friday at Lakenheath) Int. Sch. of Brussels..........12 16 11 11—50Lakenheath..........12 12 15 13—52Top scorers—ISB: Eric Hamblett 13, Austin Beck 13; Lakenheath: Eddie Alford 14, Taiyo Robertson 11, Derek Schiper 11.Noteworthy—According to Lakenheath coach Alan Campbell, Alford, who took two charges, had 9 steals, 6 rebounds and an assist in the Region I victory. Zach Randolph had 4 rebounds and 3 steals for Lakenheath.JV—Lakenheath 37, ISB 21.

Lakenheath 57, ISB 48(Saturday at Lakenheath) Int. Sch. of Brussels..........10 13 12 13—48Lakenheath..........10 15 18 14—57Top scorers—ISB: James Horton 15, Beck 10; Lakenheath: Robertson 30, Randolph 7, Alford 6.Noteworthy—Robertson, a sophomore, and Trent White each took charges for Lakenheath (4-0 in Region I play), which got 8 rebounds and 6 steals from Alford, 3 steals from Randolph and 3 assists from White.JV—Lakenheath 39, ISB 21.

Heidelberg 79, Kaiserslautern 55(Friday at Heidelberg) Kaiserslautern..........15 17 9 14—55Heidelberg..........20 17 20 22—79Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Marcos Velazquez 16, Edrick Scarvers 10, Josiah Baldwin 9, Cornelius Jackson 8; Heidelberg: Ryan Rohren 21, Chris Frazier 15, James Wright 9, J.C. Sharer 8, Malcolm Griffin 7, Ed Grady 6, Zach Tapp-Wilson 6, Chris Cuthbert 5.Noteworthy—Defending European D-I champion Heidelberg improved to 4-0 behind 10 rebounds from Rohren, 7 from Sharer and 6 from Wright, according to Lions coach Brad Shahan. Tapp-Wilson, Griffin and Frazier each had 4 assists, and Frazier added 4 steals. Kaiserslautern is 2-2.

Ramstein 62, AFNORTH 35(Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Ramstein..........19 17 14 12—62AFNORTH..........8 10 8 9—35Top scorers—Ramstein: Scott Sublousky 23, Evan Canfield 11, Ben Barnett 7; AFNORTH: Leonard Frederick 11.Noteworthy—Matt Hyland snagged 5 rebounds for AFNORTH, according to his coach, Rawn Jones.JV—Ramstein 45, AFNORTH 23.

Ramstein 65, AFNORTH 37(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands) Ramstein..........12 26 15 12—65AFNORTH..........5 9 13 10—37Top scorers—Ramstein: Sublousky 14, Barnett 14, Brent Schuck 14; AFNORTH: Ryan Wright 13, Frederick 9, Yannick Hickman 8.Noteworthy—Ramstein improved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in Region II with this regional sweep behind 6 rebounds from Schuck and 4 from Sublousky. Hickman had 5 rebounds for AFNORTH (0-3, 0-2), according to Jones.JV—Ramstein 29, AFNORTH 28.

Wiesbaden 68, Mannheim 54(Friday at Wiesbaden) Mannheim..........16 10 13 15—54Wiesbaden..........14 20 13 21—68Top scorers—Mannheim: Courtney Wicks 29, Anthony Cook 9, Antonio Strain 7, Evan Crockett 4; Wiesbaden: Kiante Clifton 18, Terrell Harper 12, Jamel Hooker 9, Derrick Brown 8.Noteworthy—Clifton and Harper each had 7 rebounds, and their teammates Hooker and Marcus Williams each had 5, according to Wiesbaden coach Carl Johnson. Mannheim got 10 rebounds from Wicks, but still fell to 0-3 overall and in Region III. Wiesbaden is 1-1 overall, 1-0 in the region.JV—Mannheim 38, Wiesbaden 24.

Hanau 50, Brussels 21(Friday at Brussels) Hanau..........24 5 6 15—50Brussels..........3 4 4 10—21Top scorers—Hanau: Emmanuel Moore 13, Spencer Miller 9, DeAndre Holmes 8; Brussels: Ethan Hennes 15.Noteworthy—Moore led Hanau rebounders with 5, according to Brussels coach Chris Vahrenhorst. Brussels played both games this weekend without top rebounder, Nick Bottesini, and assists leader Marc Proietto. Vahrsaid both players were injured.

Hanau 42, Brussels 21(Saturday at Brussels) Hanau..........12 15 8 7—42Brussels..........4 7 8 2—21Top scorers—Moore 26, Miller 6; Brussels: Marko Podplatnik 10.Noteworthy—Hanau (3-0) got 10 rebounds from Moore in this non-regional game between D-IV schools. Hennes had 6 rebounds to lead Brussels (0-5), Vahrenhorst said.

ISB 47, Brussels 19(Tuesday at International School of Brussels) Brussels..........1 8 6 4—19ISB..........11 9 15 12—47Top scorers—Brussels: Unavailable; International School of Brussels: Nathan Siegel 10, Beck 9, Hamblett 8.Noteworthy—According to ISB coach Gil Grant, Siegel snared 3 rebounds and Hamblett made 3 steals. Brussels, he reported got 7 rebounds from Matiss Scideikis and 3 steals each from Podlatnik and Bottesini.

Bamberg 63, Baumholder 62(Friday at Baumholder) Bamberg..........13 18 10 22—63Baumholder..........15 13 14 20—62Top scorers—Bamberg: Justin Lane 16, Joshua Robinson 15, Daniel Keiser 12, Ryan Morris 11; Baumholder: Artrell Davis 24, Rico Rawls 14, Florian Thomas 12, Christian Fuller 8.Noteworthty—According to Baumholder coach Spencer Bean, Bamberg “did a great job on defense, playing aggressively and hustling after every loose ball.” Bean said Baumholder, down by four points with 14 seconds left, used a Thomas 3-pointer to cut the gap to 1, but couldn't control the rebound on a missed one-and-one with 3 seconds left. Robinson was credited with 10 rebounds, Keiser 10 steals and Lane 7 assists for Bamberg. Rawls led all rebounders with 16; his teammate LaCross Gray posted 6 assists and Davis made 5 steals for Baumholder.JV—Bamberg 45, Baumholder 39.

Bamberg 67, Baumholder 59(Saturday at Baumholder) Bamberg..........16 14 21 16—67Baumholder..........19 9 15 16—59Top scorers—Bamberg: Morris 18, Lane 15, Robinson 14, Keiser 14; Baumholder: Davis 22, Thomas 14, Rawls 10.Noteworthy—According to Bean, Rawls grabbed 20 rebounds to give him 70 in his last 4 games for Baumholder (1-4). Keiser had 14 rebounds and Robinson 10 for Bamberg (3-1), which sealed the deal, Bean said, by hitting free throws in the final 60 seconds.JV—Baumholder 42, Bamberg 40.

SHAPE 62, Bitburg 35(Friday at SHAPE, Belgium) Bitburg..........6 13 10 6—35SHAPE..........18 12 15 17—62Top scorers—Bitburg: Joseph Tarnatew 13, Cameron Jackson 7, Darius Wynn 6; SHAPE: Kelsey Bardell 22, Alton Steele 14, Mike Konidaris 14.Noteworthy—Anton Harris grabbed 10 rebounds for Bitburg. David Connerly had a team-high 9 rebounds for SHAPE, which got 5 steals and 4 assists from Konidaris, 8 rebounds, 4 blocks and 3 assists from Bardell and 7 points, 3 steals and 2 assists from Jackson, according to SHAPE coach Steve Richardson.

SHAPE 52, Bitburg 47(Saturday at Bitburg) SHAPE..........12 14 17 9—52Bitburg..........9 12 12 14—47Top scorers—SHAPE: Bardell 15, Konidaris 10, Steele 9; Bitburg: Chriss Redding 16, Jackson 10, Tarnate 10Noteworthy—Acording to Bitburg coach Terry Hoffman, Konidaris led SHAPE to 4-0 overall record with 4 steals, 2 assists, 2 rebounds and a blocked shot. Steele had 7 rebounds and Will Bass 6 for the Spartans. Bitburg fell to 0-3 overall.

Girls basketballSHAPE 48, Bitburg 29(Friday at SHAPE, Belgium) Bitburg..........7 8 2 12—29SHAPE..........12 11 16 9—48Top scorers—Bitburg: Danyel Robinson 8, Ashlyn Marra 6, Ashley Chauvir 4; SHAPE: Ebonee De Vos 15, Justine Shelton 11, Cecily Smith 5.Noteworthy—According to SHAPE coach Sam Ochinang, De Vos blocked 3 shots and snared 7 rebounds. Shara Fowler, who had 4 rebounds, and Cornelia Notarianni each had 4 assists for SHAPE.

SHAPE 50, Bitburg 27(Saturday at Bitburg) SHAPE..........16 11 18 5—50Bitburg..........7 7 9 4—27Top scorers—SHAPE: Shelton 14, De Vos 10, Shakita Black 6; Bitburg: Ayla Chase 10, Robinson 9, Marra 5.Noteworthy—SHAPE (4-0) got 4 rebounds and 3 assists from De Vos, 4 rebounds from Shelton and 2 assists from Black in this non-regional game. Bitburg is 0-3 overall.

Brussels 37, Hanau 18(Friday at Brussels) Hanau..........2 4 7 5—18Brussels..........6 8 7 16—37Top scorers—Hanau: Lisa Fontanez 7, Lisian Ramel 4; Brussels: Caitlin Quinn 13, Elizabeth McVicker 12, Marlena Schlattmann 8.Noteworthy—According to Brussels coach Dexter Bohn, Quinn had 5 assists and 7 rebounds for Brussels. Cine Steptoe led the Brussels rebounding with 9; Schlattmann added 6. Hanau got 6 rebounds each from Fontanez and Ashley Destefani.

Brussels 30, Hanau 20(Saturday at Brussels) Hanau..........0 5 7 8—20Brussels..........8 6 11 5—30Top scorers—Hanau: Vanessa Whatley 7, Fontanez 6; Brussels: McVicker 20, Quinn 6.Noteworthy—Bohn reported 8 assists, 7 rebounds and 5 steals for Quinn for Brussels (2-3 overall), which got 4 rebounds from Schlattmann and 4 steals from McVicker. Fontanez grabbed 6 rebounds for Hanau (0-3).

Wiesbaden 49, Mannheim 38(Friday at Wiesbaden) Mannheim..........5 8 10 15—38Wiesbaden..........7 13 9 20—49Top scorers—Mannheim: Anaya Cook 10, Erica Wilson 10, Krystal Elliott 9, Valerie Sasa 9; Wiesbaden: Leandra Thomas 28, Nancy Jensen 11, Shaely Williams 4.Noteworthy—According to Wiesbaden coach Jim Campbell, Jensen snared 12 rebounds and Thomas 8 for Wiesbaden (1-1 overall, 1-0 in region), which got 5 steals from Lakendra Washington in this Region III game. Mannheim is 2-1 overall and in Region III.JV—Wiesbaden 29, Mannheim 13.

Mannheim 48, Heidelberg 35(Wednesday at Heidelberg) Mannheim..........9 12 17 10—48Heidelberg..........13 2 4 16—35Top scorers—Mannheim: Sasa 19, Cook 17, Wilson 6; Heidelberg: Ataleicia Anderson 14, Ashley Jordan 9, Teri Henderson 8.

Kaiserslautern 46, Heidelberg 30(Friday at Kaiserslautern) Heidelberg..........9 3 8 10—30Kaiserslautern..........11 9 11 15—46Top scorers—Heidelberg: Jordan 16, Anderson 6, Fallon Puppolo 3, Henderson 3, Caitline Donnelly 2; Kaiserslautern: Latanya Wilson 11, Tylisa Hendrix 11, LKisa Domingo 8, Kiara Sanchez 7, Liana Knight 6, Keiana Allen 2, Takara Greer 1.Noteworthy—According to K-town coach Corey Sullivan, Hendrix had 9 rebounds and Domingo 8. Wilson posted 7 rebounds and 6 steals, and Knight had 4 steals and 5 assists as the Lady Raiders improved to 4-0. Heidelberg, which got 14 rebounds from Jordan and 12 from Henderson, will take a 2-2 record into their pre-holiday finale Tuesday night at Ramstein.JV—Kaiserslautern 23, Heidelberg 19.

Aviano 54, AOSR 26(Friday at Rome) Aviano..........15 4 23 12—54ASOR..........4 8 4 10—26Top scorers—Aviano: Alyssa Lane 17, Audrey McGregor 10, Emily Cartwright 10; American Overseas School of Rome: Sydney Cohen 20.Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Greg Mead, Lane posted 11 rebounds, 9 steals and 5 assists for Aviano, which got 8 steals from McGregor and 5 from Cartwright. Cohen snared 10 rebounds for AOSR.

Aviano 62, AOSR 23(Saturday at Rome) Aviano..........12 12 26 12—62ASOR..........0 9 4 10—23Top scorers—Aviano: Lane 26, McGregor 10, Gabby Aumack 10; American Overseas School of Rome: Cohen 14.Noteworthy—Mead credited Lane with 14 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals, McGregor with 7 steals and 3 assists and Aumack with 7 rebounds and 5 steals as Saints improved to 6-0 overall and 4-0 in Region V play; AOSR is 0-4 overall and in Region V.

Naples 57, Milan 20(Friday at Naples) Milan..........5 4 10 1—20Naples..........18 18 4 17—57Top scorers—Milan (First names unavailable): M. Reynolds 7, I. Marin 5, G. Badiali 4; Naples: Valentina Lee 19, Darien Moon 17, Irish Lardzibal 8.Noteworthy—According to Naples coach Craig Lord, Milena Maksimova led Naples rebounding with 11; Moon had 5 steals and teammate Kanai Hartage 4.

Naples 67, Milan 24(Saturday at Naples) Milan..........9 3 6 6—24Naples..........23 18 11 15—67Top scorers—Milan (first names unavailable): Badiali 6, A. Ravenling 6; Naples: Lee 24, Moon 22, Shannon Cuthbert 8, Clara Davis 5.Noteworthy—Naples opens season 2-0 behind 8 assists from Moon and 7 rebounds and 4 steals from Maksimova. Milan is 0-4.

Vicenza 59, Sigonella 18(Friday at Sigonella; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Vicenza: Chakeira Gilbert 28; Sigonella: Elexa McCracker 8, Jessica Rodil 4.Noteworthy—According to Sigonella coach Ross Brand, Gilbert made 9 assists and 6 steals for Vicenza, which got 10 rebounds from Taylor Kier and 7 rebounds from Jasmine Perry.

Vicenza 57, Sigonella 15(Saturday at Sigonella; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Vicenza: Gilbert 23, Sabrina Vimoto 8; Sigonella: McCarcken 4, Rodil 3.Noteworthy—Gilbert added 7 steals, 6 rebounds and 5 assists fro Vicenza (4-0); Vimoto and Shelby Gonzalez each grabbed 3 rebounds, Sigonella is 2-2.

ACS-Hillingdon 42, Menwith Hill 23(Friday at ACS-Hillingdon) Menwith Hill..........6 7 6 4—23ACS-Hillingson..........16 2 8 16—42Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Jasmine Clear 8; American Community School-Hillingdon (First names unavailable): A. Cooke 12, Y. Arai 11.

ACS-Hillingdon 36, Menwith Hill 26(Saturday at ACS-Hillingdon) Menwith Hill..........2 0 10 14—26ACS-Hillingdon..........9 7 8 12—36Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Jennifer Abing 6, Desiree Moore 6, Jessica Welsh 6; American Community School-Hillingdon (First name unavailable): J. Ogunleye 10.Noteworthy—Menwith Hill is 0-4 overall.

ISB 41, Lakenheath 39(Friday at Lakenheath) Int. Sch. of Brussels..........14 6 11 10—41Lakenheath..........5 8 9 18—39Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Josine Blok 18, Sam Rosen 10, Sophie Earl 9, Jessica Bartline 6; Lakenheath: Tekeia Wallace 10, Alex Hampton 8, Patricia Perry 7, Erica Turner 7, Kayla Johnson 5, Keyah Gunter 2.Noteworthy—According to Lakenheath coach Janis Ready, Wallace pulled down 13 rebounds and made 3 steals for the Lancers, whose fourth-quarter 18-10 run fell just shot. Perry and Turner each had 7 rebounds for Lakenheath.

Lakenheath 35, ISB 19(Saturday at Lakenheath) Int. Sch. of Brussels..........4 3 4 8—19Lakenheath..........12 10 8 5—35Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Blok 8, Earl 6, Amanda Stewart 5; Lakenheath: Hampton 16, Turner 7, Wallace 5, Emily Clifton 4, Jasmine Taylor 3.Noteworthy—Ready reported 4 rebounds and 3 steals for Hampton and 3 steals and 4 rebounds for Turner as Lakenheath upped its Region I record to 3-1.JV—Lakenheath 34, ISB 21.

Baumholder 50, Bamberg 17(Friday at Baumholder) Bamberg..........4 2 4 7—17Baumholder..........13 22 4 11—50Top scorers—Bamberg: Avain Bryant 6; Baumholder: Veronne Clark 11, Katrina Alsup 8, Megan White 8.Noteworthy—According to Baumholder coach Carter Hollenbeck, 10 different players reached the scoring column for his team, which got 16 rebounds and 5 steals from White and 7 steals each from Clark and Isabelle Ignacio.JV—Baumholder 14, Bamberg 12.

Baumholder 60, Bamberg 29(Saturday at Baumholder) Bamberg..........5 12 2 10—29Baumholder..........21 17 10 12—60Top scorers—Bamberg: Tessa Cepe 7, Bryant 6; Baumholder: Clark 15, Kendall Ladrillono 10, Chelsea Hall 8, Alsup 8.Noteworthy—Amber Howe had 9 rebounds, White 8 and Nikki Hall 7 for Baumholder (3-2 overall). Bamberg (0-4) got 4 rebounds from Celina Godbee.JV—Baumholder 32, Bamberg 24.

Ansbach 36, Patch 35(Friday at Ansbach) Patch..........7 8 7 13—35Ansbach..........4 18 6 8—36Top scorers—Patch: Janel Briscoe 16, Lindsay Sullivan 6, Stephanie Sullivan 6; Ansbach: Stacie Thomas 13, Marissa Dominguez 8, Carmen Hill 7.Noteworthy—Patch’s Claralyn Burt led all rebounders with 8, according to Patch coach Karla Young-Phillips. Brittany Phillips had 6 rebounds for Patch; Thomas and Joshlyn Learn each had 6 for Ansbach. Carmen Hill’s free thrown with 20 seconds to play proved the game-winner.JV—Patch 24, Ansbach 10.

Patch 42, Ansbach 26(Saturday at Stuttgart) Ansbach..........2 6 5 13—26Patch..........15 6 14 7—42Top scorers—Ansbach: Dominguez 13; Patch: Phillips 13, Briscoe 11, Burt 6.Noteworthy—Dani Thomas and Briscoe each grabbed 10 rebounds for Patch (3-1 overall and in Region IV). Briscoe added 9 steals and 3 assists, and her teammate Stephanie Sullivan pulled off 5 steals. Ansbach is 1-3 overall, 1-1 in Region IV.JV—Patch 17, Ansbach 11.

Wrestling(Saturday)

At VicenzaTeam scoring—Naples 125, Vicenza 105, Sigonella 73, American Overseas School of Rome 51, Aviano 41103 pounds—1, David Tappan (Napl); 2, Shakil Mason (Vicz).112—1, Login Porchie (Napl); 2, Marcus Locklear (Vicz); 3, April Petersen (Vicz).119—1, Brett Gilbert (Sig); 2, Omri Izhaki (AOSR); 3, Marco Summerfield (Sig); 4, Neil Navarra (Napl).125—1, Shaun Mahadeo (Vicz); 2, David Moore (Napl); 3, George Corey (Sig); 4, Clif McPherson (Napl).130—1, Chris Campos (Napl); 2, Jeremy Smithers (Avi); 3, Thomas Berak (Sig)4, John Massey (Vicz).135—1, Todd Bow (Sig); 2, Tynan Olonan (Napl).140—1, Franky Carraguillo (Napl); 2, Darren Eldredge (Vicz); 3, Carter Hoffman (Avi).145—1, Derrik Arthur (Vicz); 2, Sam McNeil (Napl); 3, Aleck Herb (Sig).152—1, Tyler Hall (Napl); 2, Sean Traynor (Avi); 3, Trevor Moore (AOSR); 4, Jack Buffington (Vicz).160—1, Tim Loney (Vicz); 2, James Freeman (AOSR); 3, Tyler Reed (Sig); 4, Stephen Torregrossa (AOSR).171—1, Kyle Kaus (Vicz); 2, Gianni Greager (AOSR); 3, Ryon Nalepa (AOSR); 4, Shea Goodnature (Napl).189—1, Davide Torregrossa (AOSR); 2, Joey Greager (AOSR); 3, Justin Cave (Napl); 4, Josh Rizzo (Vicz).215—1, Anthony McKeown (Sig); 2, Gavin Richard (Napl); 3, Gabe Sanchez (Vicz).285—1, Dallas Cagle (Napl).Noteworthy—According to Vicenza coach George Hamby, Vicenza’s Mahadeo was 5-0 for the day with 4 pins in the fastest total time (3:53).

At RamsteinTeam scoring—Ramstein 210, Lakenheath 188, Heidelberg 161, Brussels 121, Alconbury 102.103 pounds—1, Leon Tillman (Heid); 2, Gerret Ventrice (Rams); 3, Jon Reese (Lake); 4, Scott LaBelle (Brus).112—1, J.C. Henderson (Lake); 2, Kit Creager (Lake); 3, Daniel Amezola (Rams); 4, Brandon Geronimo (Alc).119—1, Brandon Searle (Lake); 2, Tyler Lucas (Alc); 3, Mike Ryan (Brus); 4, Francis Dimalanta (Rams).125—1, Matt Lein (Rams); 2, Jonathan Cunningham (Alc); 3, Zach Smith (Heid); 4, Jeff Cole (Lake).130—1, Andrew Clayburn (Brus); 2, Dereck Franco (Lake); 3, Ben Meyer (Rams); 4, Will DeGraff (Rams).135—1, Jacob Janeczko (Rams); 2, John Brown (Rams); 3, Austin Hill (Alc); 4, Sam Biglow (Brus).140—1, Jon Hoffman (Heid); 2, Josh Hewitt (Lake); 3, Michael Fields (Heid); 4, Justin Marcotte (Rams).145—1, Joey Buckley (Brus); 2, Kendrick Collins (Alc); 3, Ryan Dorofee (Rams); 4, Michael Thompson (Heid).152—1, Hunter Baudoindajoux (Brus); 2, Lance Beissner (Lake); 3, Joe Craig (Heid); 4, Jake Reid (Rams).160—1, Alec Moore (Lake); 2, Steve Herway (Brus); 3, Nick VanBemmel (Rams); 4, Taylor Williamson (Alc).171—1, William Domko (Heid) ; 2, Adam Tate (Alc); 3, Cameron Gill (Lake); 4, Ryan Riebling (Rams).189—1, Sean Hipe (Heid); 2, Chris Jackson (Heid); 3, Josh Hoeft (Rams); 4, A.B. Hashimi (Heid).215—1, Pat Hess (Heid); 2, Daren Fomin (Rams); 3, Shae Emerton (Lake); 4, Erick Canipe (Heid).285—1, Chris Sants (Lake); 2, Jordan Fackler (Heid); 3, Joe McNulty (Rams); 4, Sheldon Cole (Brus).

MarksmanshipCentral Conference(Saturday at Ansbach)Team scoring (total of top 5 competitors)—Patch 1,393; Würzburg 1,301; Mannheim 1,298; Ansbach 1,291.Top overall scorer—Chatlyn Angelesey (Pat) 283 of 300.Top prone—Leah Lynch (Pat) 100 of 100.Top standing—Tiffany Fowler (Pat) 92 of 100.Top kneeling—Angelesey, 97 of 100.

Northwest Conference(Saturday at Hanau)Team scoring (total of top 5 competitors)—Heidelberg 1,291; Hanau (2 competitors) 448; Baumholder (2 competitors) 442.Top overall scorer—Nathan Davis (Heid) 265 of 300.Top prone—(tie) Davis, Bradley Hannum (Heid), Brian Jarvis (Heid) and Victoria Johnson (Heid) 95 of 100 each.Top standing—Lee Hillmon (Heid) 82 of 100.Top kneeling—Hillmon 91 of 100.

Southeast Conference(Saturday at Bamberg)Team scoring (total of top 5 competitors—Hohenfels 1,340; Vilseck 1,276; Vicenza 1,221; Bamberg 1,177.Top overall scorer—Sarah Adams (Hoh) 277 of 300.Top prone—(tie) David Cormier (Bamb) and Chris Vertz (Vils) 97 of 100 each.Top standing—Adams 88 of 100.Top kneeling—Adams 96 of 100.

Late resultsThe following results were reported too late for Saturday's print edition deadlines:

High school basketball

Girls

Ramstein 46, AFNORTH 16(Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Ramstein..........9 15 14 8—46AFNORTH..........0 4 3 9—16Top scorers—Ramstein: Lataiya Harrison 17, Sierra Stayberg 12, Sara Sublousky 12; AFNORTH: Kierra Tobiere 6Noteworthy—According to Ramstein coach Kent Grosshuesch, Harrison snared 14 rebounds, and Stayberg handed out 7 assists.JV—None reportedRamstein 59, AFNORTH 12(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Ramstein..........18 23 10 9—59AFNORTH..........0 8 2 2—12Top scorers—Ramstein: Stayberg 16, Harrison 16, Francesca Bianchi 6; AFNORTH: Jasmine Reedom 6Noteworthy—Stayberg’s and Harrison’s points all scored in first half, Grosshuesch reported. Harrison and Mackenzie Bannister each had 9 rebounds and Stayberg 6 assists as Ramstein improved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in Region II. AFNORTH is 0-2 in Region II.JV—None reported

High school wrestling

Bitburg(Saturday)Team scoring—AFNORTH 197, Baumholder 176, SHAPE 134, Bitburg 123, St. John’s 44.5, Menwith Hill 24103 pounds—1, Denny Miller (AFN); 2, Marco Gonzalez (SHP); 3, Devin Miller (Baum)112—1, J.J. Donohue (AFN); 2, Scott Richardson (Baum); 3, Caleb Crotty (AFN)119—1, Jerry Archuleta (Bitb); 2, Jerry Hall (Baum); 3, Timothy Brown (Baum)125—1, Edgar Acosta (Baum); 2, Denis Birdsong (Bitb)130—1, Kris Higgins (AFN); 2, Wesley Cox (SHP); 3, Adam Clark (Bitb) 135—1, Christopher Lyon (St.J); 2, Konner Higgins (AFN); 3, Seth Stevens (Baum)140—1, E.J. Ruiz (AFN); 2, Roberto Busquier (SHP); 3, Dillon Demers (Bitb)145—1, Matthew Lyon (StJ); 2, Jacob Olson (Baum); 3, Paul Cropilincki (Baum)152—1, Michael Russell (Baum); 2, Patrick Lehane (SHP); 3, Juan Pablo Sanchez (SHP)160—1, Sean Ellis (AFN); 2, Chris Quinonez (Bitb); 3, Marcus Anduaga-Arias (SHP)171—1, James Lampe (Baum); 2, Ian Constantineau (AFN); 3, Joonas Ilomaki (SHP)189—1, Brock Blankenship (AFN); 2, David Woodside (Bitb); 3, James Mingus (MH)215—1, Zach Cooney (AFN); 2, Scott Perrigan (SHP)285—1, John Fitzgerald (SHP); 2, Evan Stroupe (Baum); 3, Darius Griggin (AFN)

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