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Boys basketballRamstein 66, Heidelberg 59(Friday at Ramstein)Heidelberg..........18 14 13 14—59Ramstein..........18 16 13 19—66Top scorers—Heidelberg: Chris Frazier 12, Malcolm Griffin 11; Ramstein: Evan Canfield 19, Brent Schuck 17, Dillon Wadsack 17, Michael Wallace 9.Noteworthy—According to Ramstein’s Andrew O’Connor, Heidelberg’s J.C. Sharer led the Lions with 8 rebounds.

Kaiserslautern 63, Vilseck 61(Friday at Vilseck)Kaiserslautern..........19 10 21 13—63Vilseck..........10 21 13 17—61Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Edrick Scarvers 19, Taveron Smith 12, Dominik Blas 10; Vilseck: Aaron Ware 15, Shane Calder 14.JV—Kaiserslautern 25, Vilseck 18.

Kaiserslautern 60, Vilseck 59(Saturday at Vilseck)Kaiserslautern..........10 15 18 17—60Vilseck..........22 6 17 14—59Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Kevin Stem 17, Scarvers 12, Michael Boone 11; Vilseck: Ware 22, Rodney Fryel 13.Noteworthy—Coach Rick Ritter reported that Eric Hickman had 12 rebounds and Fryel 7 steals for Vilseck, which missed a game-winning 17-foot attempt at the buzzer.JV—Kaiserslautern 32, Vilseck 21.

Patch 60, Wiesbaden 49(Friday at Wiesbaden)Patch..........19 11 15 15—60Wiesbaden..........12 6 14 17—49Top scorers—Patch: Eric Jones 20, Justin Phelps 14, Julius Johnson-Rich 10, Tyler Armstrong 10; Wiesbaden: Kiante Clifton 18, Brian Byrd 15, Marcus Williams 8.Noteworthy—According to Wiesbaden coach Carl Johnson, Jones posted 6 assists and 3 steals for Patch, which got 11 rebounds from Johnson-Rich.JV—Wiesbaden 21, Patch 18.

Baumholder 70, Hohenfels 45(Friday at Hohenfels)Baumholder..........25 23 8 14—70Hohenfels.......... 9 15 8 13—45Top scorers—Baumholder: Artrell Davis 21, Christian Fuller 17, Andrew Battle 13, Rodney Robinson 13; Hohenfels: Justin Battley 24, James Robinson 7, Leon Atkins 6.Noteworthy—According to Hohenfels coach Kathy Clemmons, Fuller had 14 rebounds, 7 steals and 3 blocked shots. His teammates Robinson, Davis and Battle pulled down 7, 5 and 4 rebounds, respectively. Atkins and Hector Gadoy each posted 10 rebounds and 2 blocks for Hohenfels, which got 5 rebounds from Robinson and 3 from Battley. Saturday’s scheduled non-regional game between the two teams was canceled, Clemmons said, when a car accident prevented the officials from arriving from Wiesbaden.JV—Baumholder 42, Hohenfels 25.

Ansbach 61, BFA 30(Friday at Kandern, Germany)Ansbach..........14 23 11 13—61Black Forest Academy.......... 6 8 6 10—30Top scorers—Ansbach: Sam Freeman 23, Markus Allen 17, Meleke Cotton 4; BFA: Will McCollum 9, James McClelland 8, Kingsley Kantande 4.JV—Ansbach 38, BFA 32.

Ansbach 54, BFA 46(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Ansbach..........9 18 14 13—54Black Forest Academy..........4 17 6 19—46Top scorers—Ansbach: Freeman 32, Devonte Bell 7, Kevin Stadler 5; BFA: Andrew Ingram 18, McClelland 10, McCollum 5.Noteworthy—Freeman pulled down 18 rebounds and Stadler 14 for Ansbach, according to BFA coach Art Melli. Ingram led BFA with 7 rebounds; Kantarde added 4.JV—BFA 31, Ansbach 16.

AFNORTH 69, Alconbury 29(Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Alconbury..........4 12 9 4—29AFNORTH..........23 11 27 8—69Top scorers—Alconbury: Yul McGrath 8, Taylor Wilson 8, Tony Brock 6, Kerey Kuheana 6; AFNORTH: Yanick Hickman 23, Jamal Pollock 18, Ben Biljic 6.Noteworthy—According to AFNORTH coach Rawn Jones, Kuheana pulled down 20 rebounds for Alconbury of D-IV. Jones reported 8 rebounds for Biljic, 5 for Hickman and 4 for Nick Carroll for D-III host AFNORTH.JV—AFNORTH 40, Alconbury 4.

AFNORTH 59, Alconbury 38(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Alconbury.......... 8 9 10 11—38AFNORTH..........25 6 18 10—59Top scorers—Alconbury: Devin Pryor 10, McGrath 9, Kuheana 7; AFNORTH: Carroll 14, Biljic 12, Pollock 12.Noteworthy—Jones reported 12 rebounds for Kuheana and 10 for McGrath. Biljic led AFNORTH’s rebounding with 7; teammates Hickman and Joe Munoz each added 4.JV—AFNORTH 40, Alconbury 2.

AOSR 76, Vicenza 45(Friday at American Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........12 6 15 12—45AOSR..........16 20 22 18—76Top scorers—Vicenza: Shakeal Skeete 18, Dattvien Dean 16; AOSR: Ryan Abbadi 21, Dino Pepesa 14, Ezio Belli 11.Noteworthy—According to AOSR coach Phil Davis, Dean led all rebounders with 12; his teammate Skeete added 9. AOSR got 7 rebounds from Abbadi and 4 each from Repesa and Nicke Sieben. Davis credited Belli with 3 steals and 3 assists.

AOSR 93, Vicenza 55(Saturday at American Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........12 11 17 15—55AOSR..........23 22 22 26—93Top scorers—Vicenza: Fabian Seversa 31, Dean 12, Skeete 6; AOSR: Seth Moore 20, Abbadi 19, Nate Sieben 8.Noteworthy—Moore was 5-for-5 on 3-point shots, according to AOSR coach Phil Davis. Abaddi grabbed a team high 11 rebounds for AOSR, which got 8 rebounds from Nicke Sieben and 7 from Repesa.JV—None.

Sigonella 76, Milan 10 (Friday at Sigonella)Milan.......... 0 0 2 8—10Sigonella..........30 20 10 16—76Top scorers—Milan (first names unavailable): AlAskar 6, De Vaio 4; Sigonella: Jack Johnson 26, Tyler Kelbert 16, DeAnthony Mitchell 12.Noteworthy—According to Sigonella sponsor Ross Brand, Johnson led his rebounders with 10; Kelbert and Bobby Lazenby each grabbed 3. Mitchell pulled off 6 steals.

Sigonella 56, Milan 3 (Saturday at Sigonella)Milan.......... 0 0 1 2— 3Sigonella..........22 22 8 4—56Top scorers—Milan (first names unavailable): O’Connor 2, De Vaio 1; Sigonella: Darius Johnson 18, J. Johnson 10, Lazenby 10.Noteworthy—According to Brand, Jack Johnson had 9 rebounds, and Joem Bulan amd Ricky Schroff 6 each. Schroff handed out 5 assists, he added, and Niko Rosai pulled off 7 steals. Brand pointed out Milan suited up just six players, only one of whom had played organized basketball before. He added that after reaching the 40-point courtesy-rule margin, coaches agreed that Sigonella, which dressed just nine players, agreed to sit as many starters as possible and continue the game.

Aviano 51, Marymount 4(Friday at Aviano; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Marymount International School of Rome: Scott Acresonb 4; Aviano: Josh Nunez 15, Shaheed Seaton 10, Sean Outing 8.Noteworthy—Aviano coach Ken McNeely reported the game was ended at halftime by 40-point courtesy rule, adding that Seaton led his rebounders with 7.

Aviano 51, Marymount 11(Saturday at Aviano; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Marymount: Acreson 7; Aviano: Jamal Tuck 12, Seaton 10, Kareem Williams 8.Noteworthy—40-point courtesy rule ended this game with 6:08 to play in 3rd period, McNeely said. Bobby Henderson grabbed 7 rebounds for Aviano, which got 5 assists and 4 steals from Williams, 5 assists from Outing, 4 assists from Tuck and 3 assists from Denzel Barnett.

Girls basketballAviano 50, Marymount 10(Friday at Aviano; scoring ended by 40-point courtesy rule with 5 minutes left in 3rd quarter)Marymount..........0 0 0—10Aviano..........19 20 11—50Top scorers—Marymount: Perla Pelini 8; Aviano: Alyssa Lane 17, Jazmine Mailoto 17Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Greg Mead, Aviano’s Leah Nunez led all rebounders with 5 in season-opener for both teams.

Aviano 56, Marymount 16(Saturday at Aviano)Marymount..........4 6 5 1—16Aviano..........22 12 16 6—56Top scorers—Marymount: Barbara de Alencar 8; Aviano: Lane 17, Mailoto 9, Emily Cartwright 8.Noteworthy—According to Mead, Aviano’s Gabby Aumack led all rebounders with 8, and Lane made 5 assists.

Milan 33, Sigonella 30(Friday at Sigonella)Milan..........4 7 10 12—33Sigonella..........2 0 14 14—30Top scorers—Milan: Ivonne Marvin 10, Milissa Pressler 9, Natalie Forster 8; Sigonella: Elexa McCracken 13, Leah Johnson 10, Tracy Ewart 5.

Milan 36, Sigonella 24(Saturday at Sigonella)Milan..........4 10 14 8—36Sigonella..........9 0 6 9—24Top scorers—Milan: Pressler 17, Marvin 13, Forster 6; Ewart 14, Johnson 7, McCrackern 4.

AOSR 51, Vicenza 20(Friday at American Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........5 0 10 5—20AOSR..........14 9 17 11—51Top scorers—Vicenza: Lali Baratashuili 10, Taylor Kier 6, Marta Castario 4; AOSR: Martina Manozzi 17, Lisa Beugush 15, Katie Isbell 8.

AOSR 37, Vicenza 18(Saturday at American Overseas School of Rome)Vicenza..........2 3 9 4—18AOSR..........6 10 7 14—37Top scorers—Vicenza: Baratashuili 5, Castario 5, Peri Sweed 5; AOSR: Beugush 10, Isbell 8, Mannozzi 8.

Baumholder 49, Hohenfels 17 (Friday at Hohenfels)Baumholder..........20 15 3 11—49Hohenfels..........2 2 6 7—17Top scorers—Veronne Clark 9, Elizabeth Styles 8; Hohenfels: Erica Nash 10.Noteworthy—According to Hohenfels coach Joyce Dusenberry, Baumholder DonTaya Powers and Jasmine Thompson led all rebounders with 11 each. Lady Buc Chelsea Hall grabbed 8 rebounds in the non-regional game between D-III schools and her teammate Styles, an All-Europe sophomore, made 6 steals. Dusenberry added that Kim Howard led the rebounding for Hohenfels with 7. Her teammates Artasia Hall and Marisa Warren each had 6. Saturday’s scheduled game between the two teams was canceled when the officials did not arrive from Wiesbaden because of an automobile accident.JV—Baumholder 27, Hohenfels 13.

AFNORTH 40, Alconbury 11(Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Alconbury: Caitlin Cloumb 5; AFNORTH: Jamie Strobel 10, Jasmine Reedom 8.AFNORTH 45, Alconbury 20(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Alconbury: Unavailable; AFNORTH: Sara Sawyer 10, Kylee Wilstead 10, Brenda Broadwater 9.

Kaiserslautern 31, Vilseck 17(Friday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Sam Moreno 10, LaTanya Wilson 9; Vilseck: Tamaria Hollis 6, Shamyra Coleman 4.Noteworthy—According to Vilseck coach Kori Pollock, returning All-European Wilson chalked up 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals. Moreno grabbed 5 rebounds for the defending European D-I champions. Pollock credited Coleman with 9 steals and 3 assists for Vilseck, which got 6 rebounds from Angel Swann and 4 from Ronda Fryel in the school’s debut in D-I basketball.

Kaiserslautern 30, Vilseck 14(Saturday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Wilson 8, Kiara Sanchez-Herrera 8, Barbara Burriss 6; Vilseck: Jamila Harvey 4, Coleman 3.Noteworthy—Pollock reported 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals for Wilson, 4 assists, 4 steals and 3 rebounds for returning All-European Sanchez-Herrera, and 6 rebounds and 3 assists for Burriss. Fryel grabbed 6 rebounds while Coleman had 7 steals and an assist.

Heidelberg 41, Wiesbaden 29(Saturday at Heidelberg)Wiesbaden ..........5 4 10 10—29Heidelberg..........14 10 9 8—41Top scorers—Wiesbaden: LeAndra Thomas 9, LeAmber Thomas 5, Taylor Dore 4; Heidelberg: Ashley Hicks 13, Tesa Miller 10, Fallon Puppolo 6, Rebecca Luna 6.Noteworthy—According to Heidelberg coach Jon Mittenzwey, Hicks, who had 5 steals, led all rebounders with 12. LeAmbra Thomas led Wiesbaden with 10 rebounds; her teammate Ashley Smith added 8. Mittenzwey noted that Puppolo handed out 6 assists for Heidelberg, which got 8 rebounds from Tesa Miller and 6 from Rebecca Rohren.JV—Wiesbaden 28, Heidelberg 26.

Wiesbaden 44, Patch 42(Friday at Wiesbaden)Patch..........2 8 17 15—42Wiesbaden..........6 13 8 17—44Top scorers—Patch: Janel Loney 12, Shy Alexander 11, Brittany Phillips 9; Wiesbaden: LeAndra Thomas 16, Dore 12, LeAmber Thomas 8.Noteworthy—According to Wiesbaden AD Tom Richards, Phillips took game rebounding honors with 12; her Patch teammate Adrianna Archie added 6, and Alexander made 5 steals. Wiesbaden, Richards said, got 9 rebounds from LeAmber Thomas, 7 from Dore and 7 rebouns and 5 steals from LeAndra Thomas.JV—Wiesbaden 18, Patch 18. Time constraints limited game to 1 OT, Richards said.

BFA 26, Ansbach 15(Friday at Kandern, Germany)Ansbach..........4 4 0 7—15Black Forest Academy..........7 6 9 4—26Top scorers—Ansbach: Gabby Wells 5, Stephanie Stinson 4, Liz Figueroa 3; BFA: Ginny Holladay 11, Autum Neuharth 6, Hollie Kim 4.Noteworthy—According to BFA coach Pat Woodward, the Falcons’ Cameron Prenger made 13 steals. Figueroa took game rebounding honors with 12; Joanna Kelley led BFA rebounders with 11. Holladay added 7 rebounds and Neuharth 3.JV—BFA 32, Ansbach 7.

BFA 45, Ansbach 20(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Ansbach..........2 5 4 9—20Black Forest Academy..........14 11 10 10—45Top scorers—Ansbach: Stephanie Stinson 10, Figueroa 4, Joshlyn Learn 4; BFA: Prenger 9, Kelley 9, Holladay 8.Noteworthy—Woodward reported Figueroa, with 17, again topped all rebounders in this matchup of D-II schools. Stinson added 11 and Wells 3 for Ansbach. Jessica Krause pulled off 6 steals for BFA, which got 7 rebounds from Kelley. 6 from Holladay and 5 from Anna Dunn.JV—BFA 31, Ansbach 4.

Wrestling(Saturday)

Vicenza jamboreeTeam scoring—Sigonella 129, Naples 108, Aviano 72, Vicenza 34, American Overseas School of Rome 31.103 pounds—1, Marco Montero (Sig).112—1, Christian Hall (Avi); 2, Edwin Antonio (Sig).119—1, Neil Navarra (Napl); 2, Omri Izhaki (AOSR); 3, Garret McKeown (Sig).125—1, Brett Gilbert (Sig); 2, Logan Porchie (Napl); 3, Andy Kunis (Avi).130—1, George Corey (Sig); 2, Cliff McPherson (Napl); 3, Tyler Blanton (Avi); 4, Josh Hood (Napl).135—1, Chris Campos (Napl); 2, Jimmy Touzinsky (Vicz); 3, Danny Williams (Napl); 4, Nick Rock (Sig).140—1, Noah Ollice (Napl); 2, Todd Bow (Sig).145—1, Andrew Barclay (Sig); 2, Brandon Celis (Avi).152—1, Alex Herb (Sig); 2, Trevor Moore (AOSR); 3, Sean Traynor (Avi); 4, Tynan Olonan (school unavailable).160 A—1, Ben Tucker (Napl); 2, Chris Heath (Avi); 3, Rich Copson (Napl).160 B—1, Eric Beatty (Sig); 2, Chris Tanaquan (Napl); 3, Roberto Gonzalez (Napl).171—1, Kyle Kaus (Vicz); 2, Tyler Reed (Sig); 3, Keyth Robinson (Avi); 4, Daren Nalepa (AOSR).189—1, Jacob Hood (Napl); 2, Mike Niccoll (Vicz); 3, Joey Greager (AOSR) ; 4, Markus Jones (Sig).215—1, Vince Tucker (Napl); 2, Patrick Robertson (Avi); 3, Nelson Martinez (Avi).285—1, Justin Robertson (Sig).Noteworthy—According to Vicenza coach George Hanby, Sigonella won a DODDS-Italy school jamboree for the first time since 1994. The Jaguars had wrestlers in 12 of 14 weight classes. Corey (130) had 4 falls in a total time of 4:48, and Herb (152) had 4 falls in 3:24. Returning European Champion (119) Campos of Naples was undefeated in 5 matches at 135.

At AnsbachTeam scoring—Vilseck 117, Ansbach 111, Hohenfels 27.103 pounds—None.112—1, Shane Graham (Ansb) pin Zane Kennedy (Vils) 0:57; 3, Tyler Cepeda (Vils).119—1, Drew Roy (Ansb) pin Drew Martin 0:25; 3, Tim Cruising (Vils) dec. Andrew Baxter (Vils) 16-11.125—None.130—None.135—1, Aaron Hoggs (Vils) pin Alex Solis (Vils) 1:46; 3, Anthony DelaCruz.140—1, Anthony Rael (Vils) pin Luis Solis (Vils) 3:44; 3, John Wood (Vils).145—1, Daniel Mariscal (Ansb) pin David Denton (Vils) 1:42; 3, None.152—1, Matt Zumbach (Ansb) pin Rommell Andre (Vils) 3:05; 3, Darren Eldredge (Vils) pin Jared Russell (Vils) 1:55.160—1, Tyler Hall (Vils) pin Lester Perez (Hoh) 0:46; 3, Matt Whitmire (Ansb).171—1, Dominic Barrale (Ansb) pin Joshua Simpson (Ansb) 5:30; 3, Alex Kornman (Ansb).189—1, T.J. Ruth (Ansb) pin Jaquil Johnson (Vils) 0:25; 3, None.215—1, Shawn Havens (Hoh) maj. dec. Jared Jones (Ansb) 18-4; 3, Nick Heikkinen (Vils).285—1, Angelo Hall (Vils) pin Travis Marak (Ansb) 1:57; 3, None.

At BrusselsTeam scoring—Lakenheath 215, Brussels 209, Alconbury 100, St. John’s of Brussels 76, SHAPE 70.103 pounds—1, Vincent Alonso (Brus); 2, Tyler Lloyd (Lake); 3, Dakota Christianson (Lake); 4, Katie Brockmiller (Lake).112—1, John Reese (Lake); 2, Dennis Thompson (SHP); 3, David Sessions (Alc); 4, Nick Geronimo (Alc); 5, Scott LaBelle (Brus).119—1, Brandon Searle (Lake); 2, Jarett Wallace (SHP); 3, Andrew Loung (Alc); 4, Kalai Balutski (Lake); 5, Vincent Alvarez (Lake); 6, Josh Monagas (Lake).135—1, Zach Castillo (Lake); 2, Adam Carroll (Lake); 3, Mike Ryan (Brus); 4, Austin Marrow (Lake).130—1, Nate Lorei (Brus); 2, Jeff Cole (Lake); 3, David Duncan (Lake); 4, Jake Conkright (Brus); 5, Tim Eckles (Lake).135—1, Chase Lumm (Lake); 2, Dakota Deverill (Brus); 3, Devon Parrish (Lake); 4, Anthony Millner (Alc).140—1, Derek Franco (Lake); 2, Aaron Ellis (Brus); 3, Nick Basnett (Lake); 4, Austin Hill (Alc); 5, Boone Pilkington (StJ).145—1, Chris Lyon (StJ); 2, Tyler Lucas (Alc); 3, Travis Scurlock (Lake); 4, Daniel Tedesco (Brus); 5, Lee Kristensen (SHP); 6, Nathan Rogacki (Lake).152—1, Matt Lyon (StJ); 2, Jon Lucas (Brus); 3, Jacob Lawson (Lake).160—1, Hunter Baudonindajoiux (Brus); 2, Zach Fuson (StJ); 3, Alex Scheppens (StJ); 4, Sheldon Stokes (Lake); 5, Jordan Powell (Brus); 6, Daniel Carroll (Lake).171—1, Mike Seely (Brus); 2, Joonas Ilomaki (SHP); 3, Mark Cogdell (Alc); 4, Quinn Leary (StJ); 5, Joe Kren (Brus); 6, Colton Louviere (Lake).189—1, Tahir Mahmudov (Brus); 2, Mike Bass (Alc); 3, Marcus Arias (SHP).215—1, Sean Gresham (Lake); 2, Gerald McCullan (Brus).285—1, Mark Weidler (Lake).

MarksmanshipWest Conference(Saturday at Mannheim)Team scoring (1,500 possible points)—Patch 1,367; Mannheim 1,271; Heidelberg 1,155; Baumholder 1,019.Top overall individual (300 possible points)—Tiffany Fowler (Pat) 282.Top prone (100 possible points)—(tie) Fowler, Christian Lowry (Pat), Shawn Mills (Mann) 96 each.Top standing (100 possible points)—Fowler, 92.Top kneeling (100 possible points)—Emily Szabo (Pat) 95.

East Conference(Saturday at Hohenfels)Team scoring—Hoehnfels 1,359; Vilseck 1,303; Ansbach 1,263; Bamberg 1,220; Vicenza 1,217.Top overall individual (300 possible points)—Emily Adams (Hoh) 284.Top prone (100 possible points)—E. Adams, 98.Top standing (100 possible points)—Toni Anderson (Vils) 92.Top kneeling (100 possible points)—E. Adams, 95.Noteworthy—According to Hohenfels coach Bruce Andrews, Anderson posted her career best overall score, 278, in finishing second to Adams.

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