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Boys basketballHeidelberg 64, Würzburg 25(Friday at Heidelberg; scoring ended by 39-point courtesy rule in 3rd quarter)Würzburg..........9 7 9—25Heidelberg..........21 19 24—64Top scorers—Würzburg: Jordan Hunt 8, Cory Ray 6, James Robinson 6; Heidelberg: Ryan Rohren 18, Chris Frazier 16, Malcolm Griffin 11, Zach Tapp-Wilson 10, Ed Grady 9, Shali Thompson 9.Noteworthy—According to Heidelberg coach Brad Shahan, Lions’ J.C. Sharer led all rebounders with 10; his teammates Thompson and Rohren added 7 and 6, respectively. Frazier posted 10 steals and 5 assists; Tapp-Wilson handed out 9 assists and stole the ball 6 times. Würzburg got 6 rebounds from Robinson and 5 each from Ray and Josh Torres.

Heidelberg 67, Würzburg 25(Saturday at Heidelberg)Wuerzburg..........5 2 10 8—25Heidelberg..........17 11 20 19—67Top scorers—Würzburg: Hunt 8, Torres 7, Ray 7; Heidelberg: Tapp—Wilson 14, Sharer 11, Grady 9, Frazier 8, Wright 8, Thompson 7.Noteworthy—Rohren had 14 rebounds, Sharer 12, Grady 10 and Wright 8 as Heidelberg (6-1 overall, 5-0 in Region III) completed regional sweep of Würzburg (0-5, 0-3). Tapp-Wilson had 9 assists and 6 steals, and Frazier and Griffin each had 5 assists and 5 steals. Torres grabbed 11 rebounds and Ray 7 for Würzburg.

Mannheim 63, Vilseck 35(Friday at Mannheim)Vilseck..........6 13 13 3—35Mannheim..........20 13 13 17—63Top scorers—Vilseck: Jamel Grant 8, Rodney Fryel 6, Josh Frank 6, Justin Walker-Moody 5; Mannheim: Courtney Wicks 27, Darren Galloway 10, Evan Crockett 6, Antonio Strain 5, John Smiley 5.Noteworthy—According to Mannheim coach John Crockett, Vilseck’s Grant blocked 3 shots and grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds; T.J. Whitehead handed out 3 assists for Vilseck. Wicks posted 8 assists and Galloway 6 rebounds and 5 assists for Mannheim, which got 4 rebounds from Antonio Strain.JV—Mannheim 52, Vilseck 23.

Vilseck 45, Mannheim 44(Saturday at Mannheim)Vilseck..........14 8 12 11—45Mannheim..........8 11 15 10—44Top scorers—Vilseck: Frank 15, Grant 13, Walker-Moody 8, Aaron Ware 4; Mannheim: Wicks 18, Galloway 16, Smiley 4.Noteworthy—Walker-Moody’s trey with 26 seconds to play erased a 44-42 Mannheim lead, Crockett said. Frank had 7 rebounds and 4 assists and Whitehead 4 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists for Vilseck (4-4 overall). Mannheim is 1-5.JV—Mannheim 36, Vilseck 28.

Ramstein 83, Baumholder 58(Friday at Ramstein)Baumholder..........8 18 14 18—58Ramstein..........18 17 20 28—83Top scorers—Baumholder: Christian Fuller 15, Artrell Davis 10, Florian Thomas 8, Rico Rawls 8, LaCross Gray 7; Ramstein: Dillon Wadsack 17, Scott Sublousky 16, Michael Wallace 12, Brent Schuck 10, Evan Canfield 9.Noteowrthy—According to Ramstein coach Len Tarnowski, Rawls collected 14 rebounds and Fuller 8 for Baumholder (1-6 overall, 1-4 in Region I).JV—Baumholder 47, Ramstein 46.

SHAPE 51, ISB 42(Friday at Brussels)Int'l. School of Brussels..........16 4 15 7—42SHAPE.......... 14 7 8 22—51Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Austin Beck 16, Tomasso Fabris 5; SHAPE: Mike Konidaris 21, Kelsey Bardell 20, Will Bass 8.Noteworthy—According to SHAPE coach Steve Richardson, Bardell, who led Spartans’ rebounding with 6, scored 7 of his points in the game’s final 1:30 as SHAPE had a 9-0 game-ending run. Bass had 5 rebounds and David Connerly 4 for SHAPE.

SHAPE 53, ISB 26(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Int'l. School of Brussels..........5 10 8 3—26SHAPE.......... 13 10 16 14—53Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Eric Hamblett 6, Fabris 6; SHAPE: Konidaris 17, Bardell 16, Bass 9.Noteworthy—James Horton took game rebounding honors with 8 for ISB (4-4, 3-4). Bardell had 6, Konidaris 5 and Bass 4 for SHAPE (8-0 overall, 4-0 in Region I). Richardson noted that Connerly, in his first weekend of varsity play for SHAPE, had 6 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists.

Wiesbaden 60, BFA 31(Friday at Kandern, Germany)Wiesbaden..........17 12 23 8—60Black Forest Academy..........6 8 11 6—31Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Terrell Harper 15, Jamel Hooker 8, Xavier Folks 7, Marcus Williams 6; BFA: Eddie Mbanda 18, Joel Whettstone 6, Serge Ukety 5.Noteworthy—Harper handed out 5 assists and Kenny Hicks 3 for Wiesbaden. Williams led the Warrior rebounders with 6; Folks added 5 and James Hunter 4. Mbanda had 5 rebounds and 5 blocks for BFA, which got 6 rebounds from Aaron McKinney and 4 from Whettson.JV—Wiesbasden 42, BFA 22.Wiesbaden 57, BFA 55(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Wiesbaden..........7 10 15 24—57Black Forest Academy..........10 16 12 17—55Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Harper 32, Williams 8, Alan Gray 8, Hicks 3; Black Forest Academy: Mbanda 31, Sean Henderson 12, San Jin Yoon 4.Noteworthy—Harper had 9 steals and 4 rebounds and Hicks and Derrick Brown had 3 steals each for Wiesbaden (5-1 overall, 4-0 in Region III). BFA is 0-6, 0-4 despite 11 blocks and 16 rebounds from Mbanda and 11 rebounds from Henderson. McKinney added 4 rebounds and 4 assists.JV—Wiesbaden 39, BFA 27.

Naples 65, Marymount 45(Friday at Marymount)Naples..........13 16 17 19—65Marymount..........16 13 11 5—45Top scorers—Naples: Vince Feazell 24, Omar Pemberton 17, Quamaine Hulliman 10, Dwayne Newby 10; Marymount: Saidi Mwanunda 17, Marco Malpero 16, Olivera Mattola 8.

Naples 63, Marymount 30(Saturday at Marymount)Naples..........18 9 23 13—63Marymount..........11 5 6 8—30Top scorers—Naples: Pemberton 22, Feazell 12, Hulliman 12; Marymont: Malpero 12, Mwanunda 12.Noteworthy—Mwanunda went down with a knee injury, which was a setback to Marymount.JV—Naples 18, Marymount 18.

Girls basketballKaiserslautern 39, AFNORTH 5AFNORTH..........1 2 0 2— 5Kaiserslautern..........13 12 5 9—39Top scorers—AFNORTH: Scarlet Quinn 2, Jessica Stadler 2, Natalie Everingham 1; Kaiserslautern: Lisa Domingo 9, Tylisa Hendrix 7, Latanya Wilson 7, Keiana Allen 5, Tracey Ely 4, Takara Greer 3, Amanda Munoz 2, Barbara Buriss 2.Noteworthy—Hendrix posted 11 rebounds and 3 steals, and Wilson 7 rebounds, 4 steals and 4 assists, according to K-town coach Corey Sullivan.JV—Kaiserslautern 22, AFNORTH 21.

Kaiserslautern 47, AFNORTH 18(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Kaiserslautern..........12 20 3 12—47AFNORTH..........2 10 4 2—18Top scorers—AFNORTH: Rebekah Puente 6, Stephanie Shoesmith 4; Kaiserslautern: Domingo 15, Hendrix 13, Greer 9.Noteworthy—Greer registered 10 rebounds, Hendrix 8 and Munoz 5 for Kaiserslautern (7-1 overall, 4-0 in Region II). Ely and Baldwin each handed out 4 assists. AFNORTH is 0-9, 0-4.JV—Kaiserslautern 16, AFNORTH 15.

SHAPE 50, ISB 22(Friday at Brussels)SHAPE..........17 13 10 10—50Int'l. School of Brussels..........8 2 2 10—22Top scorers—SHAPE: Ebonee De Vos 24, Justine Shelton 18, Cornelia Notarianni 4; ISB: Unavailable.Noteworthy—According to SHAPE coach Sam Ochinang, De Vos snared 10 rebounds, Shelton 5 and Shara Fowler 3. Fowler also picked up 2 assists; Notarianni posted 5 assists.

SHAPE 36, ISB 22(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Int'l. Sch. of Brussels..........6 2 3 11—22SHAPE..........5 9 8 14—36Top scorers—ISB: Josine Blok 8, Sophie Earl 6, Amanda Stewart 4; SHAPE: De Vos 15, Shelton 9, Black 5.Noteworthy—De Vos posted 10 rebounds and 4 steals for SHAPE (8-0 overall, 4-0 in Region I), while Shelton added 8 rebounds, 4 steals and 2 assists; Sha’air Hawkins 5 rebounds; Fowler 4 assists and Tammy Northshield 3 steals. ISB is 4-4, 4-4.

Vicenza 38, Ansbach 15(Friday at Vicenza)Ansbach..........4 6 2 3—15Vicenza..........4 16 10 8—38Top scorers—Ansbach: Chantelle Ponder 4, Joshlyn Learn 3, Stephanie Stinson 2, Liz Figeroa 2, Marissa Dominguez 2, Jackie Pohl 2; Vicenza: Chakeira Gilbert 19, Adriona Cleveland 6, Tyler Rivers 5.Noteworthy—According to Vicenza coach Fgarrett Barton, Ansbach’s Stinson led all rebounders with 11. She blocked 3 shots. Ansbach got 6 rebounds from Dominguez and 5 steals from Ponder. Vicenza’s Ariel Vimote had 5 rebounds, and Rivers 4. Gilbert posted 4 steals and 2 rebounds, and Cleveland made 3 steals.

Vicenza 45, Ansbach 26(Saturday at Vicenza)Ansbach..........0 3 15 8—26Vicenza..........2 7 19 17—45Top scorers—Ansbach: Staci Thomas 11, Figeroa 6, Stinson 5; Vicenza: Gilbert 20, Rivers 15, Cleveland 6.Noteworthy— Barton reported 12 rebounds and 2 blocks for Stinson and 6 rebounds for Pohl for Ansbach (1-7). Vicenza (8-0) got 5 steals from Sabrina Vimoto, 5 steals from Gilbert, 4 steals from Cleveland and 3 rebounds each from Rivers and Kyria Johnson.

Aviano 47, Milan 10(Friday at Aviano)Milan..........2 2 2 4—10Aviano..........22 12 11 2—47Top scorers—Milan: Unavailable; Aviano: Alyssa Lane 17, Gabbi Dellick 10.Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Greg Mead, Lane posted 13 rebounds and 5 steals, and Emily Cartwright grabbed 7 rebounds.JV—Aviano 35, Milan 2.

Aviano 52, Milan 14(Saturday at Aviano)Milan..........4 0 3 7—14Aviano..........12 14 17 9—52Top scorers—Milan: Unavailable; Aviano: Lane 21, Audrey McGregor 9.Noteworthy—Lane had 8 rebounds and 8 steals, Gabby Aumack 7 steals and 5 rebounds, and Dani Garcia 5 assists for Aviano (8—0 overall, 3—0 in the American Schools in Italy League).JV—Aviano 30, Milan 5.

Wiesbaden 36, BFA 33(Friday at Kandern, Germany)Wiesbaden..........10 9 8 9—36Black Forest Academy..........8 7 7 11—33Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Nancy Jensen 15, Leandra Thomas 11; BFA: Cameron Prenger 9, Rebekah Chew 7, Mallory Holladay 5.Noteworthy—For Wiesbaden, Nancy Jensen had 11 rebounds and Lakendra Washington had 7; BFA’s Cameron Prenger and Kelley each had 4 rebounds along with Melissa Krause's 10 steals and 2 assists.JV—Wiesbaden 24, BFA 14.

Wiesbaden 35, BFA 16(Saturday at BFA)Wiesbaden..........2 6 15 12—35Black Forest Academy..........6 2 4 4—16Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Thomas 12, Shealy Williams 7, Jensen 6; BFA: Chew 6, Ginny Holladay 4.Noteworthy—For Wiesbaden, Jensen had 9 rebounds, Thomas 6 and Washington 6; BFA’s M. Holladay had 7 rebounds, Prenger had 5, Lydia Buheitel and Kelly each had 4. Chew also had 5 steals.JV—BFA 16, Wiesbaden 15.

Naples 51, Marymount 10(Friday at Rome)Naples..........16 21 14—51Marymount..........5 5 10—10Top scorers—Naples: Valentina Lee 22, Darien Moon 16, Milena Maksimova 8; Marymont: Rebecca Carrama 5.

Naples 43, Marymount 13(Saturday at Rome)Naples..........14 15 4 10—43Marymount..........2 6 5 0—13Top scorers—Naples: Lee 22, Moon 11, Sheraton 6; Marymount: Barlena DeAlencar 5, Alex Fernandez 5.Noteworthy—For Naples, Moon had 8 rebounds and 6 assists.JV—Marymount 10, Naples 2.

Brussels 31, Menwith Hill 27(Friday at Brussels)Menwith Hill..........4 12 2 9—27Brussels..........11 4 10 6—31Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Desiree Moore 10, Kimberly Shelton 6, Kayla Kinch 4; Brussels: Marialena Lagiou 11, Caitlin Quinn 8, Elizabeth McVicker 6.Noteworthy—According to Brussels coach Dexter Bohn, Quinn posted 6 rebounds and 6 assist; McVicker added 6 assists and 6 steals.

Menwith Hill 20, Brussels 17(Saturday at Brussels)Menwith Hill..........2 8 3 7—20Brussels..........9 4 4 0—17Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Moore 8, Shelton 4, Welch 4, Alber 2, Kinch 1, Jennifer Abing 1; Brussels: McVicker 10, Lagiou 4, Quinn 2, Johnson 1.Noteworthy—Menwith Hill (1-7, 1-2 in Region I) scissored six—game Brussels winning streak in claiming first victory of the season. Brussels (6-4, 2-4) got 6 rebounds and 4 assists from Quinn and 4 rebounds each from McVicker and Johnson. McVicker also added 3 steals.

Vilseck 50, Mannheim 46 (2OT)(Friday at Mannheim)Vilseck..........6 8 10 13 4 9—50Mannheim..........12 8 9 8 4 5—46Top scorers—Vilseck: Ashley Hicks 17, Stevi Hood 12, Shamyra Coleman 12; Mannheim: Anaya Cook 12, Valerie Sasa 12, Erica Wilson 10.Noteworthy—According to Mannheim coach Adrian Campbell, Hicks led all rebounders with 17; her teammate Thea Dunn added 10, Tamaria Hollis 9 and Hood 8. Hollis pulled off 10 steals and Coleman 5. Sasa and Wilson each had 12 rebounds for Mannheim; Cook added 5 steals.JV—Mannheim 33, Vilseck 7.

Mannheim 30, Vilseck 26(Saturday at Mannheim)Vilseck..........11 4 6 5—26Mannheim..........6 7 11 6—30Top scorers—Vilseck: Hicks 12; Mannheim: Sasa 13, Wilson 9, Cook 6.Noteworthy—Mannheim is 4-2, Vilseck is 5-3.JV—Mannheim 22, Vilseck 14.

Lakenheath 42, Alconbury 15(Friday at Lakenheath)Alconbury..........2 0 8 5—15Lakenheath..........8 16 21 7—52Top scorers—Alconbury: Caiti Stewart 6, Tasha Matthews 3, Linda Nguyen 3; Lakenheath: Tekeia Walklace 10, Emily Clifton 9, Keyan Gunter 8, Alex Hampton 8.Noteworthy—Gunter had 9 rebounds and 2 steals for Lakenheath, which got 8 rebounds from Middleton and 7 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals from Turner, according to Lancer coach Janis Ready. Alconbury is 3-4 overall, 0-4 in Region I.JV—Lakenheath 22, Alconbury 9.

ASL 55, Lakenheath 29(Saturday at Lakenheath)ASL..........15 14 22 4—55Lakenheath..........5 10 10 4—29Top scorers—American School in London: Unavailable; Lakenheath: Turner 10, Gunter 9, Wallace 3.Noteworthy—Lakenheath is 7-3 overall.JV—ASL 45, Lakenheath 35.

Baumholder 56, Ramstein 49(Friday at Baumholder)Ramstein..........11 11 8 19—49Baumholder..........17 16 10 13—56Top scorers—Ramstein: Latiya Harrison 23, Sierra Stayberg 8, Christina Checotah 7; Baumholder: Elizabeth Styles 35, Veronne Clark 12, Alexi Velazquez 3.Noteworthy—Styles made 5 steals, Clark and Katrina Alsup 4 each, according to Baumholder coach Carter Hollenbeck. Jasmine Thompson had 8 rebounds, Alsup 6 and Velazquez 4, along with 5 blocks as Baumholder improved to 4-3 overall, 2-3 in Region II. Stayberg had nine assists for Ramstein, which was playing at Patch on Saturday.

Hohenfels 40, Bamberg 20(Friday at Bamberg)Hohenfels..........9 9 12 10—40Bamberg..........5 4 6 5—20Top scorers—Hohenfels: Brittany Merriweather 10, Tia Atkins 8, Emily Mittag 8; Bamberg: Jenna Cepe 14, Danielle Witter 4.Noteworthy—According to Hohenfels coach Joyce Dusenberry, Briana Tolbert snared 9 rebounds and Kim Howard 8 for Hohenfels. Avia Bryant and Vanessa Hernandez each grabbed 5 rebounds for Bamberg, which got 3 rebounds from Witter.JV—Hohenfels 12, Bamberg 8.

Hohenfels 31, Bamberg 25(Saturday at Hohenfels)Bamberg..........4 6 10 5—25Hohenfels..........5 12 3 11—31Top scorers—Bamberg: Cepe 12, Olivia Caba 4; Hohenfels mandy LaVanway 9, Merriweather 7, Atkins 6.Noteworthy—Bamberg (0-6, 0-4 in Region IV) got 6 rebounds from Bryant, 5 from Caba and 4 from Hernandez. Hohenfels improved to 3-3, 2-2 behind 9 rebounds from Tolbert, 7 from Atkins and 6 from Merriweather.JV—Hohenfels 17, Bamberg 10.

Wrestling(Saturday)At LakentheathTeam scoring—Lakenheath 213, Baumholder 162, Alconbury 134, Bitburg 71, Menwith Hill 12.103 pounds—1, Nick Geronimo (Alc); 2, Jon Reese (Lake); 3, Vincent Alvarez (Lake).112—1, JC Henderson (Lake); 2, Scott Richardson (Baum); 3, Kit Creager (Lake).119—1, Tyler Lucas (Alc); 2, Brandon Searle (Lake); 3, Jerry Hall (Baum).125—1, Edgar Acosta (Baum); 2, John Cunningham (Alc); 3, Jeff Cole (Lake).130—1, Derek Franco (Lake); 2, Adam Clark (Bitb); 3, Nick Plante (Bitb).135—1, Austin Hill (Alc); 2, Anthony Goosby (Lake); 3, Seth Stevens (Baum).140—1, Matthew Gohl (Bitb); 2, Josh Hewitt (Lake); 3, Cody Clay (Baum).145—1, Jacob Olson (Baum); 2, Brandon Nicholson (Lake); 3, Jesse Miller (Lake).152—1, Kendrick Collins (Alc); 2, Lance Beissner (Lake); 3, Mark Russel (Baum).160—1, Aaron Howe (Baum); 2, Alec Moore (Lake); 3, Jamie Samudio (Alc).171—1, Adam Tate (Alc); 2, Cameron Gill (Lake); 3, James Lampe (Baum).189—1, Steven Elliott (Lake); 2, Mike Bass (Alc); 3, Hans Koenig (Lake).215—1, Sean Gresham (Lake).285—1, Chris Santos (Lake); 2, Sean Ledbetter (Baum); 3, Matt New (MH).Noteworthy—According to Lakenheath coach Darryl Brock, Henderson and Acosta improved their season records to 11—0. Jerry Archuleta of Bitburg, last season’s European 103—pound champion, suffered his first loss as he was pinned by Lakenheath’s Creager at 112.

MarksmanshipCentral Conference(Saturday at Patch)Team scoring (1,500 possible)—Patch 1,382; Ansbach 1,303; Mannheim 1,302; Würzburg 1,298.Top individualsOverall (300 possible)—Chastyn Anglesey (Patch) 285.Prone (100 possible)—Victor Perez (Ansbach) 97.Standing (100 possible)—Anglesey, 94.Kneeling (100 possible)—Jessica Elledge (Patch) 96.

Southeast Conference(Saturday at Hohenfels)Team scoring (1,500 possible)—Hohenfels 1,389; Vilseck 1,309; Vicenza 1,261; Bamberg 1,242.Top individualsOverall (300 possible)—Sarah Adams (Hohenfels) 287.Prone (100 possible)—Chris Vertz (Vilseck) 99.Standing (100 possible)—Emily Adams (Hohenfels) 96.Kneeling (100 possible)—S. Adams, 96.Noteworthy—According to Hohenfels coach Bruce Andrews, Emily Adams, a sophomore in her first year of competition, fired an overall score of 283.


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