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Incirlik 63, Ankara 16(Friday at Incirlik, Turkey)Ankara.......... 9 3 2 4—16Incirlik..........21 9 24 9—63Top scorers—Ankara: Victor Berrington 6, Louis Santini 4; Incirlik: A.J. Starks 12, Devantae Jackson 12, D.J. Quivers 9.Noteworthy—Josh Calloway grabbed 11 rebounds for Incirlik, which got 11 steals and 4 assists from Jackson.

Incirlik 62, Ankara 9(Saturday at Incirlik, Turkey)Ankara.......... 3 6 0 0— 9Incirlik..........24 9 16 13—62Top scorers—Ankara: Michael Walker 4, Kruno Bakota 2, Askar Rystayer 2; Incirlik: Jackson 15, Adrian Harvey 11, Luke Grey 8.Noteworthy—Incirlik (2-0) got 8 rebounds from Harvey, 6 from Grey and 5 from Oshae Willis. Antwain Brown made 8 steals, Starks handed out 5 assists and Ivan Leonard blocked 3 shots. Ankara is 0-2.

Menwith Hill 45, Brussels 44 (OT)(Friday at Brussels)Menwith Hill..........8 8 10 12 7—45Brussels..........11 8 13 6 6—44Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Chris Jackson 19, Scottie Setzer 10, Josh Willis 10; Brussels: Jason Sumpter 18, Jeremy Howell 10, Ryan Bottesini 5, Marko Podplatnik 5, Alen Abazi 4, Marc Proietto 2.Noteworthy—Willis scored from close range for Menwith Hill (1-0) with 2 seconds left in regulation to force the OT. Howell, on an assist from Podplatnik, sank a layup with 4 seconds left in OT to put Brussels (0-3) up by 2, but Setzer sank a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer. Howell grabbed 16 rebounds and Sumpter 8 for Brussels, which got 6 steals from Podplatnik. Jackson pulled off 6 steals for Menwith Hill, which got 8 rebounds from Corey Crane and 7 from Setzer.

Brussels 62, Menwith Hill 33(Saturday at Brussels)Menwith Hill.......... 4 5 12 12—33Brussels..........10 8 18 26—62Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Jackson 13, Crane 8; Brussels: Sumpter 23, Howell 20.Noteworthy—Howell led all rebounders with 17; his teammates Podplatnik, Sumpter and Abazi added 14, 8 and 6, respectively. Scottie Setzer led Menwith Hill (1-1) with 9 rebounds, Crane snared 6 and Jackson 4. Brussels is 1-3.

Wiesbaden 56, Baumholder 47(Friday at Baumholder)Wiesbaden..........15 12 10 19—56Baumholder.......... 9 14 9 15—47Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Kiante Clifton 32, Kenny Hicks 10, Marcus Williams 7; Baumholder: Christian Fuller 19, Artrell Daivs 10, Rodney Robinson 8.Noteworthy—Clifton, who grabbed 13 rebounds, was 11-for-15 from the free-throw line. Baumholder’s Fuller, who led all rebounders with 18, was 10 of 12 from the line. Williams added 7 rebounds for Wiesbaden; Robinson 5 rebounds for Baumholder.

Wiesbaden 58, Baumholder 42(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Baumholder..........4 11 14 13—42Wiesbaden..........16 9 16 17—58Top scorers—Baumholder: Davis 14, Fuller 12, Florian Thomas 8; Wiesbaden: Clifton 15, Hicks 14, Williams 11, Brian Byrd 8.Noteworthy—Clifton chalked up 11 rebounds, Williams 8 rebounds, and Hicks 5 steals for Wiesbaden (2-2). He reported 17 rebounds for Davis, 12 for Fuller and 6 for Robinson. Davis also made 5 steals.

Mannheim 60, Kaiserslautern 35(Friday at Kaiserslautern;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Mannheim: Rodueg Strother 17, Jerard Graham 16, Marquise Davis 9; Kaiserslautern unavailable.Noteworthy—Graham posted 6 steals and blocked 5 shots for Mannheim (2-0). K-town is 2-2.Aviano 73, Milan 7(Friday at Milan; details unavailable)Aviano 60, Milan 9(Saturday at Milan; details unavailable)

AOSR 89, Sigonella 61(Friday at AOSR)Sigonella..........22 18 10 11—61AOSR..........23 21 22 23—89Top scorers—Sigonella: James Campbell 18, Jack Johnson 12, Darius Johnson 12; AOSR: Dino Repesa 34, Ezio Belli 18, Ryan Abbadi 17.Noteworthy—Repesa, who sank 3 three-pointers, also led in rebounds with 13 and steals with 5. Abbadi and Nick Sieban each had 4 steals for AOSR, which got 4 rebounds and 4 steals from Abbadi, 4 rebounds and 3 steals from Seth Moore and 3 steals from Belli. D. Johnson and Ricky Schroff each had 7 rebounds for Sigonella, D. Johnson blocked 4 shots and J. Johnson 2, and DeAnthoney Mitchell handed out 5 assists. James Campbell grabbed 5 rebounds for Sigonella.

AOSR 70, Sigonella 50(Saturday at AOSR)Sigonella.......... 7 20 8 15—50AOSR..........24 15 16 18—73Top scorers—Sigonella: J. Johnson 21, Campbell 10, Conor Quinn 5; AOSR: Repesa 19, Nick Sieban 14, Lorenzo Mannozzi 13, Abbadi 12, Belli 7.Noteworthy—Repesa had a game-high 8 rebounds and Abbadi had 6. AOSR (4-0) got 5 steals from Nick Sieban and 3 each from Nate Sieban, Moore and Belli. Sigonella (2-2) benefited from 6 rebounds by J. Johnson, and 5 each from D. Johnson and Schroff. Each Johnson blocked a shot.

Heidelberg 70, BFA 31 (Saturday at Heidelberg)Black Forest Academy.......... 6 11 10 4—31Heidelberg..........23 14 26 7—70Top scorers—Andrew Ingraham 8, James McClelland 8; Heidelberg: J.C. Sharer 21, Chris Frazier 12, Eugene Jones 11.

Heidelberg 68, BFA 19(Saturday at Heidelberg)Black Forest Academy.......... 6 11 2 0—19Heidelberg..........21 10 25 12—68Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Ingraham 5, McClelland 4; Heidelberg: Frazier 19, Malcolm Griffin 10.Noteworthy—Heidelberg completed December with a 3-1 record; BFA goes into holidays at 0-4.

Patch 88, Hohenfels 46(Friday at Stuttgart)Hohenfels.......... 9 19 7 11—46Patch..........19 16 30 23—88Top scorers—Hohenfels: Justin Battley 15, James Robinson 12, Miguel Chestnut 8; Patch: Eric Jones 26, Shaquille Hunter 20, Justin Phelps 18, Julius Johnson-Rich 8.Noteworthy—Jones, who dished out 5 assists, and Hunter each snared 10 rebounds, second to the team-high 13 grabbed by Johnson-Rich, who also led in assists with 8 and steals with 5. Hohenfels got 9 rebounds and 8 assists from Robinson, 7 rebounds from Chestnut and 5 rebounds from Leon Atkins.

Patch 71, Hohenfels 52(Saturday at Stuttgart)Hohenfels.......... 8 21 8 15—52Patch..........19 20 20 12—71Top scorers—Hohenfels: Robinson 13, Battley 11, Chestnut 11, Atkins 8; Patch: Johnson-Rich 20. Jones 15, Phelps 12, Hunter 8, Tyler Armstrong 8.Noteworthy—Patch (4-0) closed out the December portion of its schedule behind 13 rebounds and 5 assists from Johnson-Rich, 12 rebounds from Hunter, 8 rebounds from Jones and 3 steals by Justin Phelps. Hohenfels (0-3) got 11 rebounds and 6 assists from Robinson, 12 rebounds from Atkins, 7 rebounds from Chestnut and 6 assists from Battley.

Ramstein 78, Ansbach 47(Friday at Ansbach)Ramstein..........18 25 18 17—78Ansbach.......... 8 12 11 16—47Top scorers—Ramstein: Andre Porterfield 14; Ansbach: Marcus Allen 19, Sam Freeman 19.Noteworthy—Freeman and Kevin Stadler tied for game rebounding honors with 12 each; Brandon Oxendine led Ramstein with 10.

Ramstein 77, Ansbach 44(Saturday at Ansbach)Ramsteinv12 17 30 18—77Ansbach..........10 18 4 12—44Top scorers—Ramstein: Dillon Wadsack 24, Evan Canfield 14, Michael Wallace 12; Ansbach: Allen 18, Freeman 14.Noteworthy—Freeman had 17 rebounds and Stadler had 10. Ramstein will take 3-0 record into a Tuesday night game at Mannheim; Ansbach is 2-2 going into the holiday break.

Bitburg 62, SHAPE 53(Friday at Bitburg)SHAPE.......... 9 10 9 25—53Bitburg..........11 7 17 27—62Top scorers—SHAPE: Kenny Conlon 35, Jimmy Drago 8, Jerome Gamboa 6; Bitburg: Deion Giddens 21, Tyler Tucker 13, Robbie Hernandez 11.Noteworthy—Giddens had 10 rebounds and blocked 5 shots for the Barons, who got 5 rebounds from Hernandez and 5 assists and 3 steals from Joseph Tarnate. Conlon made 4 steals for SHAPE.

Bitburg 72, SHAPE 52(Saturday at Bitburg)SHAPE.......... 8 17 10 17—52Bitburg..........21 14 17 20—72Top scorers—SHAPE: Conlon 22, Gamboa 13; Bitburg: Giddens 16, Hernandez 16, Darius Wynn 12.Noteworthy—Giddens bagged 9 rebounds and Tucker 7 for Bitburg (2-1). Defending European D-II champion SHAPE is 1-2.

Bamberg 66, Vilseck 50(Friday at Bamberg)Vilseck..........9 8 14 19—50Bamberg..........10 21 10 25—66Top scorers—Vilseck: Rodney Fryel 16, Aaron Ware 16; Bamberg: Joshua Robinson 18, Quadel Webb 17, Kevin Daniels 8.Noteworthy—Daniels came off bench in second period and scored 6 quick points to help Barons pull away. Cortez Lindsy and Robinson each grabbed 9 rebounds to lead Bamberg. Eric Hickman grabbed 11 rebounds for Vilseck.

Bamberg 59, Vilseck 51(Saturday at Grafenwöhr)Bamberg..........14 11 18 16—59Vilseck..........7 18 6 20—51Top scorers—Bamberg: Robinson 15, Ryan Morris 12, Webb 8; Vilseck: Markus Heikkinen 12, Hickman 9.Noteworthy—Daniel Keiser had 5 steals and 4 assists to help Bamberg improve to 2-0, Ritter said. Robinson had 7 rebounds for Bamberg. Vilseck is 0-4.

Girls basketballAviano 54, Milan 24(Friday at Milan)Aviano..........12 24 9 9—45Milan.......... 6 2 12 4—24Top scorers—Aviano: Alyssa Lane 17, Jasmine Mailoto 16; Milan: Natalie Foster 18.Noteworthy—Aviano shot 68 percent from the floor and benefited from 9 steals by Lane and 7 rebounds by Mailoto.

Aviano 40, Milan 24(Saturday at Milan)Aviano..........8 13 8 11—40Milan..........8 7 5 4—24Top scorers—Aviano: Emily Cartwright 17, Gabbi Dellick 9, Mailoto 9; Milan: Melly Kim 6.Noteworthy—Mailoto had 5 steals and 6 rebounds before he eventually fouled out, and Cartwright had 6 rebounds. Cartwright and Dellick each sank 3 three-pointers for Aviano (4-0), which played without Lane’s Saturday because of college testing. Milan is 2-2.

AOSR 38, Sigonella 37(Friday at AOSR)Sigonella.......... 8 16 6 7—37AOSR..........11 9 6 12—38Top scorers—Sigonella: Tracy Ewerts 14, Elexa McCrachen 11; AOSR: Martina Mannozzi 17, Lisa Begusch 13.Noteworthy—Christine Nkhedza grabbed 7 rebounds for AOSR, which got 7 steals and 4 rebounds from Mannozzi and 5 rebounds from Ellen Frank.

AOSR 30, Sigonella 23(Saturday at AOSR)Sigonella..........5 10 4 4—23AOSR..........2 10 8 10—30Top scorers—Sigonella: McCrachen 6, Ewert 6, Katie Hancock 4; AOSR: Claire Abbadi 14, Katie Isbell 6, Nkhedza 4.Noteworthy—AOSR is 4-0; Sigonella 0-4.

Heidelberg 36, BFA 18(Friday at Heidelberg)Black Forest Academy.......... 3 5 5 5—18Heidelberg..........11 4 13 8—36Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Jessica Krause 6, Joanna Kelley 4; Heidelberg: Tesa Miller 18, Ashley Hicks 5, Rebecca Luna 4.Noteworthy—Hicks led all rebounders with 13; her teammates Miller and Courtney Milton had 12 and 8, respectively. Kelley, who pulled off 7 steals, and her teammate Ginny Holladay, each had 7 rebounds for BFA. Debbie Roberts stole the ball 6 times for Heidelberg.

Heidelberg 39, BFA 24(Saturday at Heidelberg)Black Forest Academy..........3 3 8 10—24Heidelberg..........8 10 10 11—39Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Holladay 8, Kelley 6; Heidelberg: Hicks 9, Luna 8, Milton 6.Noteworthy—Miller took rebounding honors with 11; Milton added 8 for Heidelberg (3-1). Hicks stole the ball 4 times for the Lady Lions. Holladay led BFA (2-2) with 9 rebounds; Kelley and Autumn Neuharth, who made 3 assists, each grabbed 8. Alissa Krause had 5 steals for the Falcons.

Kaiserslautern 41, Mannheim 25 (Friday at Kaiserslautern)Mannheim.......... 7 6 4 8—25Kaiserslautern.......... 8 17 10 6—41Top scorers—Mannheim: Krystal Elliot 7, Maolis Pitti 6, Alanna Crockwell 6; Kaiserslautern: Latanya Wilson 12, Barbara Burris 8, Kiara Sanchez-Herrera 7.Noteworthy—Barbara Burris had 7 rebounds, Sanchez-Herrera had 3 assists and 3 steals; Wilson had 4 steals and 4 rebounds.

Vilseck 50, Bamberg 8(Friday at Bamberg)Vilseck..........14 11 10 15—50Bamberg.......... 2 0 6 0— 8Top scorers—Vilseck: Tamaria Hollois 14, Shamyra Coleman 12, Stevi Hood 5, Jamila Harvey 5; Bamberg: Unavailable.Noteworthy—Coleman registered 9 rebounds, 8 steals and 5 assists. Harvey and Hood had 6 rebounds and 4 steals each, and Hollis had 4 steals and 2 assists.

Vilseck 42, Bamberg 3(Saturday at Vilseck;scoring ended in third quarter)Bamberg.......... 1 0 2— 3Vilseck..........21 13 8—42Top scorers—Bamberg: Unavailable; Vilseck: Hollis 10, Coleman 8, Ronda Fryel 8.Noteworthy—Coleman had 10 steals, 6 assists and 4 rebounds for Vilseck (2-2), which got 5 steals, 2 assists and 2 rebounds from Hollis and 2 rebounds and an assist from Fryel. Bamberg is 0-2.

Menwith Hill 23, Brussels 20 (OT)(Friday at Brussels)Menwith Hill..........4 3 8 5 3—23Brussels..........6 0 2 12 0—20Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Emily Shelton 6, Monique McCreary 5; Brussels: Marialena Lagiou 6.Noteworthy—Jasmine Clear banked home a 30-footer with 8 seconds left in OT for the victory.

Brussels 23, Menwith Hill 17(Saturday at Brussels)Menwith Hill..........4 2 2 9—17Brussels..........5 2 6 10—23Top scorers—Menwith Hill: McCreary 6, Katy Claycomb 5; Brussels: Kathleen Anderson 12, Marlena Schlattmann 7.Noteworthy—Brussels is 1-3; Menwith Hill 1-1.

ACS-Hillingdon 22, Alconbury 18 (OT)(Saturday at Alconbury)ACS-Hillingdon.......... 1 3 3 9 6—22Alconbury.......... 2 3 9 2 2—18Top scorers—American Community School-Hillingdon: Tahrim Kahn 6, Kelly Ryan 6; Alconbury: Caitlin Cloum 10, Savanna Fourhman 6, Natasha Matthews 2.Noteworthy—Fourhman posted 5 rebounds and 5 blocks for Alconbury (0-3).

Baumholder 52, Wiesbaden 37 (Friday at Baumholder)Wiesbaden.......... 6 8 13 10—37Baumholder ..........13 14 13 12—52Top scorers—Wiesbaden: LeAndra Thomas 10, Taylor Dore 8, Claire Freelove 6; Baumholder: Elizabeth Styles 20, Megan White 8, Katrina Alsup 8.Noteworthy—Thomas grabbed 11 rebounds and her teammate Ashley Smith 9. White led Baumholder with 7 rebounds, while teammate Veronne Clark had 6 rebounds and 6 assists.

Baumholder 52, Wiesbaden 51(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Baumholder..........12 12 10 18—52Wiesbaden..........11 15 7 18—51Top scorers—Baumholder: Styles 15, Alsup 14, Clark 7, Jasmine Thompson 7; Wiesbaden: LeAndra Thomas 15, LeAmber Thomas 12, Smith 9.Noteworthy—Styles converted 2 free throws with 4.2 seconds to play to win the game. Smith grabbed 21 rebounds for Wiesbaden (1-3), which got 10 rebounds from LeAmber Thomas. Styles made 11 steals as Baumholder improved to 3-0. Thompson had 6 rebounds and White 5, and Alsup posted 5 steals and 5 assists.

Ramstein 21, Ansbach 17(Friday at Ansbach;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Ramstein: Lataiya Harrison 8, Nina Checotah 7; Ansbach: Gabby Wells 11, Elizabeth Figueroa 5.Noteworthy—Figueroa led all rebounders with 12; her teammate, Jacqueline Pohl, made 6 steals. Checotah led Ramstein 9 rebounds; Harrison added 8.

Ramstein 26, Ansbach 22 (Saturday at Ansbach;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Ramstein: Harrison 16, Checotah 8; Ansbach: Gabby Wells 6, Pohl 5.Noteworthy—Stephanie Stinson had 10 rebounds for Ansbach (0-4). The Lady Cougars got 8 steals from Pohl. Nadia Booker snared 9 rebounds for Ramstein (3-0), which got 8 rebounds from Checotah and 7 from Harrison.

Patch 60, Hohenfels 33(Friday at Stuttgart)Hohenfels..........2 6 6 19—33Patch..........17 3 17 23—60Top scorers—Hohenfels: Marissa Warren 8; Patch: Janelle Loney 10, Bianca Lopez 9, Shy’Kyimyun Alexander 9.Noteworthy—Lois Ann Delass led all rebunders with 11; her teammates Warren and SaroiOrizco added 10 and 6, respectively. Claralyn Burt and Anne Wasson led Patch with 8 rebounds each; Brittany Phillips pulled down 6.

Patch 66, Hohenfels 32(Saturday at Stuttgart)Hohenfels.......... 5 4 12 11—32Patch..........22 15 9 20—66Top scorers—Hohenfels: LaVanway 14, Nash 6; Patch: Loney 26, Adrianna Archie 10, Bianca Lopez 8.Noteworthy—Archie led all rebounders with 16, Burt added 9 and Lopez and Loney 5 each for Patch (4-0). Delass led Hohenfels with 6.

WrestlingAt Naples(Saturday)Team scoring—Sigonella 132, Naples 128, Aviano 64, American Overseas School of Rome 17, Vicenza 14.103 pounds—1, Marco Montero (Sig); 2, A.J. Roman (Napl); 3, None; 4, None.112—1, Christian Hall (Aviano); 2, None; 3, None; 4, None.119—1, Neil Navarra (Napl); 2, Omri Izhaki (AOSR); 3, None; 4, None.125—1, Brett Gilbert (Sig); 2, Logan Porchie (Napl); 3, Andy Kunis (Avi); 4, Andy Guitterez (Avi).130—1, Chris Campos (Napl); 2, Pat Denison (Napl); 3, George Corey (Sig); 4, Tyler Branton (Avi).130B—1, Cliff McPherson (Napl); 2, Nick Rock (Sig); 3, Jeremy Huller (Vicz); 4, None.135—1, Ryan Lastrella (Sig); 2, Thomas Berak (Sig); 3, Jimmy Touzinsky (Vica); 4, Danny Williams (Napl).140—1, Noah Ollice (Napl); 2, Todd Bowe (Sig); 3, Marco Summerfield (Sig); 4, None.145—1, Andrew Barclay (Sig); 2, Taylor White (Napl); 3, Jacquan Welch (Napl); 4, Brandon Cellis (Avi).152—1, Alec Herb (Sig); 2, Shawn Traynor (Avi); 3, Trevor Moore (AOSR); 4, Alan Hooker (Napl).160—1, Ben Tucker (Napl); 2, Jeff Lastrella (Sig); 3, Robert Gonzalez (Napl); 4, None.171—1, Tyler Reed (Sig); 2, Matthew Jessup (Avi); 3, None; 4, None.189—1, Jacob Hood (Napl); 2, Mitchell Polizzi (Avi); 3, Mike Niccol (Vicz); 4, None.215—1, Patrick Robinson (Avi); 2, Vince Tucker (Napl); 3, Nelson Martinez (Avi); 4, Greg Nochols (Sig).285—1, Justin Robertson (Sig); 2, Tomasso Mastroianni (Napl); 3, None; 4, None.Noteworthy—Barclay, Campos, Gilbert, Herb and Navarra remained undefeated after Saturday’s matches. He added that Aviano’s Robinson avenged the previous week’s defeat by pinning Tucker.

At Incirlik(Friday)Team scoring—Unavailable. Teams participating were Ankara and Incirlik.140 pounds—Croix Moore (Inc) pin Mike Destito, time unavailable.145—Ben Silliman (Ank) def. Hayden Morris 12-10.152—Cays Moore (Inc) def. Kudys Amreyev 7-0.189—Nick Heidlage (Inc) pin Nick Ward, time unavailable.215—James Inadlo (Inc) def. Amreyev 10-2.Noteworthy—Most matches pitted wrestlers of unequal weight. Ankara’s Destitio weighed just 130, Amreyev 145 and Ward 151. Incirlik’s Morris gave up 5 pounds to Silliman.

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