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Saturday’s second-day results from the two-day DODDS-Europe wrestling championships at the Wiesbaden Fitness Center (byes not listed)

Team scoring

Division I—Patch 182, Ramstein 145, Lakenheath 112.5, Kaiserslautern and Vilseck 80, Heidelberg 68.5Division II—Wiesbaden 135, Naples 94, Ansbach 77.5, St. John’s 65, Bitburg 45.5, Aviano 39.5, Mannheim 38.5, SHAPE 23.5Division III—AFNORTH 171, Baumholder 150, Vicenza 23, American Overseas School of Rome 0Division IV—Brussels 80, Sigonella 53.5, Alconbury 34.5

Thursday’s fourth-round, Saturday’s fifth-round pool matches

103 pounds—Marco Montero (Sig) pin Rick Mersereau (Heid) 0:27; A.J. Remo (Kais) def. Christian Turner (Rams) 5-3; DeAndre Reid (Mann) pin A.J. Roman (Napl) 1:16; Vincent Alonso (Brus) def. Adam Franz (Kais) 9-8; Remo pin Montero 0:27; Geronimo pin Mersereau 0:42; Alonso pin Reid 4:53; Miles Kirts (Rams) pin 2:47.112—Scott Richardson (Baum) maj. dec. Neil Navarra (Napl) 16-2; Drew Polson (Wies) pin Bryan Caldwell (Rams) 1:39; Andrew Luong (Alc) pin Kevin O’Brien (Pat) 2:05; Dennis Thomas (SHP) pin Christian Hall (Avi) 3:15; Daniel Amezola (Rams) pin Shane Graham (Ansb) 0:43, Zane Kennedy (Vil) pin Patrick Hernandez (Heid) 2:33; Polson pin Navarra 3:33; Richardson pin Luong 3:46; Caldwell maj. dec. K.O’Brien 14-4; Amezola maj. dec. Thomas 12-3; Hall pin P.Hernandez 1:18; Graham pin Kennedy (Vil) 2:42119—Brandon Searle (Lake) def. Jaron Henninger (Pat) 9-5; Allin Pangilinan (Kais) def. Jarrett Wallace (SHP) 12-6, Andy Kunis (Avi) pin Bobby Drescher (Rams) 5:11; Logan Porchie (Napl) pin Garret Ventrice (Rams) 3:02; J.J. Donohue (AFN) by forfeit over Omri Izhaki (AOSR); Brendan O’Brien (Wies) by default over Drew Roy (Ansb); Henninger pin Pangilinan 4:27; Searle pin Kunis 0:50; Wallace pin Drescher 3:59; Donohue pin Porchie 3:25; Ventrice by forfeit over Roy; Br. O’Brien by forfeit over Izhaki125—Denny Miller (AFN) def. Canaan Jarrard (Pat) 4-3; Chris Campos (Napl) pin Mike Ryan (Brus) 0:48, Adrian Julien (Baum) by forfeit over Seth Bruce (Wies); Adam Carroll (Lake) pin Brett Gilbert (Sig) 1:37; Marshall Smith (Rams) pin Peter Phillips (Kais) 0:44; Zach Castillo (Lake) pin Bobby O’Brien (Wies) 5:26; Campos pin Jarrard 1:04; Miller pin Julien 1:06; Ryan by forfeit over Bruce; Carroll pin M. Smith 5:12; Gilbert pin Bo. O’Brien 0:48; Castillo maj. dec. Phillips 11-2130—Thomas Berak (Sig) pin Jared Jones (Kais) 4:42; Tahji Peebles (Wies) pin Jeff Cole (Lake) 2:30; David Duncan (Lake) pin Ben McCoy (Rams) 0:38; Josh Ruiz (AFN) pin Nick McIntyre (Pat) 4:43; Ethan Montang (Baum) pin Troy Miller (Heid) 3:11; Cliff McPherson (Napl) pin Sid Conner (Sig) 3:10; Peebles pin Berak 1:28; Duncan pin J.Jones 1:14; Cole pin McCoy 1:34; Montang by forfeit over J. Ruiz; McPherson pin McIntyre 4:33; T.Miller pin Conner 1:11135—Aaron Ellis (Brus) def. Ivory Freeman (Wies) 5-0; Edgar Acosta (Baum) pin George Corey (Sig) 3:51; Ryan Lastrella (Sig) def. Calen Fields (Pat) 8-6; Tyler Lucas (Alc) pin Noah Ollice (Napl) 5:44; Robert Davis (Pat) maj. dec. Alex Langley (Kais) 17-3; Devon Parrish (Lake) def. Andres Gaytan (Rams) 15-9; Acosta def. Ellis 3-1; Freeman def. R.Lastrella 7-5; Fields def. Corey 14-7; Davis tech fall Ollice 18-3; A.Gaytan pin Tyler Lucas 3:44; Langley def. Parrish (Lake) 8-3140—Daniel Taylor (Pat) pin Imogin Roque (Vils) 0:25; E.J. Ruiz (AFN) pin Nick Basnett (Lake) 3:55; Prince Owusu (Baum) tech fall Dyllan Trautmann (Rams) 18-2; Derek Franco (Lake) maj. dec. Marco Summerfield (Sig) 8-0; Matt Lein (Rams) pin Brian Chae (Pat) 1:39, Nick Plante (Bitb) pin Jesus Medina (Wies) 3:02; E.J. Ruiz def. Taylor 6-0; Owusu pin Roque 1:17; Basnett pin Trautmann 4:10; Lein pin Summerfield 1:14; Franco pin Medina 0:39; Plante def. Chae 10-7145—Ryan Dorofee (Rams) pin Ben Tucker (Napl) 1:16; Chris Lyon (StJ) pin Austin Schmidt (Bitb) 0:12; Andres Nanez (Heid) maj. dec. Jacob Lawson (Lake)15-5; Justin Marcotte (Rams) pin Tizhuan Carroll (AFN) 0:48; Matt Seely (Pat) pin Daniel Mariscal (Ansb) 0:48; Cody Clay (Baum) maj. dec. Andrew Barclay (Sig) 13-5; C. Lyon pin Tucker 0:09; Nanez def. Dorofee 11-5; Schmidt pin Lawson 2:28; Seely maj. dec. Marcotte 10-2; T. Carroll maj. dec. Barclay 22-14, Clay def. Mariscal 19-13152—Michel Russell (Baum) pin Felix Perry (Heid) 4:38; Matt Lyon (StJ) pin Jake Crawford (Wies)1:09; Chris Oppliger (Pat) maj. dec. Kyle Higgins (AFN) 11-2; Alec Herb (Sig) tech fall Travis Hoeft (Rams) 19-3; Britton Rapier (Kais) pin Mark Zumbach (Ansb) 5:12; M.Lyon pin Russell 3:47; Perry def. Darren Eldredge (Vils) 5-3; Oppliger pin Herb 2:42; Higgins pin Rapier 1:14; Hoeft pin Zumbach 1:53160—Rommel Andre (Vils) maj. dec. Clay Carbaugh (Baum) 21-13; William Domko (Heid) pin Chris Heath (Avi) 2:28; Jacob Grosso (Pat) def. Zach Fuson (StJ) 9-7; Tyler Hall (Vils) pin Jake Reid (Rams) 1:06; Hunter Baudoindajoux (Brus) pin Ryan Gernert (Rams) 4:57; Joe Witherington (Pat) by forfeit over Jeff Lastrella (Sig); Domko pin Carbaugh 0:45; Andre def. Fuson 6-1; Heath maj. dec. Grosso 12-1; Baudoindajoux def. T.Hall 4-0; Witherington pin Reid 1:30; Gernert by forfeit over J.Lastrella171—Mike Seely (Brus) def. Nick Van Bemmel (Rams) 17-14; Dominic Barrale (Ansb) pin Jason Pinnow (Pat) 1:44, Keyth Robinson (Avi) pin Taylor Harvey (Kais) 5:12; Andre Fears (Alc) pin Kass Robinson (Rams) 3:24; Kyle Kaus (Vicz) pin Joshua Simpson (Ansb) 5:51; Brady Summer (Heid) tech fall Jeoff Traore (Mann) 5:34; Barrale pin Van Bemmel 1:59; Seely pin Keyth Robinson 3:49; Pinnow pin Harvey 1:33; Kaus pin Fears 0:58; Summer pin Kass Robinson 1:46; Simpson pin Traore (Mann) 4:59189—Jarred Jones (Ansb) def. Jake Hood (Napl) 11-10; Brock Blankenship (AFN) pin Mike Niccoll (Pat) 1:32; Tahir Mahmudov (Brus) pin Chris Murray (Kais) 5:33; Sean Gresham (Lake) def. Erik Stouter (Wies) 7-6; Derek Waters (Bitb) pin Joonas Ilomaki (SHP) 1:29; Blankenship pin Hood 1:34; Jones by forfeit over Murray; Niccoll pin Mahmudov 1:48; Stouter pin Waters 1:48; Mitchell Polizzi (Avi) maj. dec. Gresham 10-2215—Patrick Robinson (Avi) maj. dec. Miciotto Johnson (AFN) 17-7; Brennan Lauritzen (Pat) pin Brian Williams (Pat) 0:58; Ryan Checotah (Rams) pin Chance Knoblauch (Lake) 0:27; Chris Ellis (Mann) pin Michael Cobb (Rams) 1:47; Zach Cooney (AFN) pin Drew Bixler (Wies) 1:18; Vince Tucker (Napl) pin Nick Heikkinen (Vils) 0:53; Lauritzen def. Robinson 8-1; Checotah pin Johnson 0:37; Williams pin Knoblauch 2:43; Cooney pin Cobb 3:21; Ellis maj. dec. Tucker 17-6; Bixler pin Heikkinen 0:50285—Cody Fischer (Wies) pin Sean Ledbetter (Baum) 0:35; Angelo Hall (Vils) pin Mike Mangana (Kais); Sam Gaytan (Rams) pin Darius Griffin (AFN) 0:48; A. Hall pin Fischer 2:18; Ledbetter pin Jonathon Garcia (AFN) 0:57

Saturday’s semifinals

103—Remo def. Franz 6-0; Alonso pin Turner 5:11112—Polson pin Thomas 1:53; Richardson pin Amezola 3:36119—Searle pin Porchie 2:45; Donohue maj. dec. Henninger 12-4125—Campos pin Gilbert 0:55; A. Carroll def. D. Miller 10-5130—Peebles by forfeit over J. Ruiz; Montang pin Duncan 3:36135—Acosta maj. dec. Lucas 12-0; Ellis def. Davis 5-3140—E.J. Ruiz maj. dec. Franco 9-0; Lein def. Taylor 9-7145—C. Lyon pin Marcotte 1:02; Seely pin Nanez 2:52152—M. Lyon pin Herb 0:16; Russell def. Oppliger 9-7160—T. Hall def. Domko 14-11; Witherington pin Heath 1:44171—Barrale pin Summer 2:35; Kaus def. Pinnow 7-4189—J. Jones def. Waters 13-8; Blankenship pin Stouter 3:35215—Lauritzen def. Ellis 9-3; Cooney def. P.Robinson 12-5285—S. Gaytan pin Fischer 1:04; A. Hall pin Derrek McDonald (Wies) 1:24

Saturday’s championships

103—Remo def. Alonso 6-4112—Polson pin Richardson 3:29119—Searle def. Donohue 2-1125—Campos tech fall Carroll 22-7130—Montang pin Peebles 3:45135—Acosta def. Ellis 1-0140—Ruiz def. Lein 4-2145—C. Lyon def. Seely 6-2152—M. Lyon maj. dec. Russell 12-0160—T.Hall def. Witherington 8-6171—Barrale pin Kaus 5:58189—Blankenship pin Jones 2:24215—Lauritzen def. Cooney 8-4285—A. Hall pin Gaytan 5:26

Saturday’s third-place matches

103— Franz maj. dec. Turner 15-2112—Amezola def. Thomas 6-1119—Henninger maj. dec. Porchie 15-3125—Gilbert def. D.Miller 5-1130—Duncan by forfeit over J. Ruiz135—Davis def. Lucas 10-3140—Franco def. Taylor 5-2145—Nanez by default over Marcotte152—Oppliger def. Herb 7-5160—Domko pin Heath 1:11171—Summer def. Pinnow 9-3189—Waters pin Stouter 2:54215—Ellis def. P. Robinson 10-4285—Fischer pin McDonald 2:49

Saturday’s fifth-place matches

103—Reid pin Montero 1:55112—Luong pin Graham 0:32119—Pangilinan def. Ventrice 8-3125—M. Smith pin Ryan 4:49130—Cole maj. dec. McPherson 14-3135— Freeman def. Langley 10-6140—Owusu maj. dec. Plante 13-2145—Schmidt pin Clay 4:44152—Higgins def. Eldredge 10-5160—Baudoindajoux def. Andre 10-3171—Simpson pin Seely 2:58189—Hood def. Gresham 10-4215—Tucker pin Checotah 3:00285—Griffin def. Ledbetter 2-0

Boys basketballBaumholder 92, Kaiserslautern 91(Friday at Kaiserslautern; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Baumholder: Artrell Davis 33, Christian Fuller 18, Rodney Robinson 13; Kaiserslautern: Edrick Scarvers 16, Derryk Scarvers 14, Michael Boone 12, Alex Machado 11Noteworthy—Teams that played a 101-95 game at Baumholder on Wednesday were at it again Friday. Davis averaged 40 points per game in the two games as Baumholder finished regular season 8-5 overall, 5-5 in Region II. Kaiserslautern finished 3-10, 1-9.

AFNORTH 57, Brussels 50(Friday at Brussels)AFNORTH..........15 7 15 20—57Brussels..........17 4 17 12—50Top scorers—AFNORTH: Yanick Hickman 24, Nick Carroll 11, Ben Piljic 8; Brussels: Jason Sumpter 18, Jeremy Howell 18, Matiss Suideikis10Noteworthy—According to Brussels coach Chris Vahrenhorst, Sumpter took game rebounding honors with 11 and also blocked 2 shots; Marko Podplatnik had 9 rebounds, Howell 8 and Suideikis 7 for Brussels, which finished regular season 4-9 overall and 4-8 in Region I. Vahrenhorst added that Hickman posted 9 rebounds and 3 steals, and Piljic grabbed 5 rebounds and blocked 4 shots for AFNORTH, which finished 5-8 overall, 4-7 in Region I.

Menwith Hill 31, Alconbury 30(Friday at Menwith Hill)Alconbury.......... 4 10 10 6—30Menwith Hill..........12 8 9 2—31Top scorers—Alconbury: Jimmy Luong 8, Yul McGrath 6; Menwith Hill: Corey Crane 18, Chris Jackson 6Noteworthy—According to Menwith Hill AD Pete Resnick, Crane’s final bucket proved the game-winner. He said Crane also pulled down 12 rebounds.

Menwith Hill 37, Alconbury 36(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Alconbury.......... 8 4 13 11—36Menwith Hill..........12 12 6 7—37Top scorers—Alconbury: Luong 10, David Blos 6, J.R. Cluver 6; Menwith Hill: Crane 10, Scotty Setzer 8, Brandon Hamilton 8, Christopher Jackson 8.Noteworthy—Crane again hit the winning basket, this time with 22 seconds left, for the Menwith Hill victory.

Ramstein 59, Wiesbaden 51(Friday at Wiesbaden)Ramstein..........22 16 9 12—59Wiesbaden..........13 19 10 9—51Top scorers—Ramstein: Dillon Wadsack 16, Brent Schuck 15, Evan Canfield 10, Brandon Oxendine 8; Wiesbaden: Marcus Williams 18, Brian Byrd 12, Kenny Hicks 11Noteworthy—According to Wiesbaden coach Carl Johnson, Byrd led all rebounders with 10; his teammate Willkiams grabbed 6. Oxendine led Ramstein with 8 rebounds; Wadsack grabbed 7 and Canfield 4JV—Ramstein 40, Wiesbaden 20

Bamberg 61, BFA 33(Friday at Bamberg)Black Forest Academy.......... 8 4 11 10—33Bamberg..........21 17 15 8—61Top scorers—BFA: Andrew Ingram 13, Will McCullom 9; Bamberg: Don Garcia 11, Quadel Webb 8, Josh Robinson 7, Cortez Lindsey 6, Kevin Daniels 6Noteworthy—Robinson and Daniels led Bamberg’s rebounding with 6 each; their teammate Jack Fletcher added 5.

Bamberg 53, BFA 29(Saturday at Bamberg)Black Forest Academy.......... 8 6 8 7—29Bamberg..........13 15 17 8—53Top scorers—BFA; James McCelland 8, Johnny Guzik 4; Bamberg; Ryan Morris 15, Danny Kiesen 10, Robinson 8.Noteworthy—Robinson grabbed 8 rebounds and handed out 5 assists.

Mannheim 64, Bitburg 60(Friday at Mannheim)Bitburg..........15 13 14 18—60Mannheim.......... 9 17 22 16—64Top scorers—Bitburg: Robby Hernandez 15, Deion Giddens 13, Cameron Jackson 8, Erik Nesbitt 8; Mannheim: Marquise Davis 17, Jamal Francis 13, Jamel Perteet 9Noteworthy—According to Mannheim coach David Brown, Mannheim, which got 10 rebounds each from Francis and Perteet and 5 steals from Davis, led 60-48 with 1:36 to play when Nesbitt came off the bench to hit 2 treys and a long 2-point shot. Senior Antonio Strain’s 4-of-6 foul shooting in the final going kept Mannheim on top, Brown reported.JV—Mannheim 46, Bitburg 38

Bitburg 71, Mannheim 58 (Saturday at Mannheim)Bitburg..........18 17 22 14—71Mannheim..........19 10 8 21—58Top scorers—Bitburg: Deon Giddens 23, Cameron Jackson 18, Tyler Tucker 11; Robby Hernandez 9; Mannheim: Jamel Perteet 18, Jamal Francis 10, Marquise Davis 8.Noteworthy—Mannheim coach Brown reported that Bitburg’s Tucker softened up Mannheim’s zone defense with two early 3s. Jackson followed with four 3s, and Giddens had a 12-point third quarter that broke the game open for Bitburg. Jackson had 6 assists while Giddens added to his middle lane domination with 5 blocks.JV—Mannheim 50, Bitburg 43

ISB 57, SHAPE 37(Friday at SHAPE)SHAPE..........11 10 8 8—37ISB ..........16 16 14 11—57Top scorers—ISB: James Horton 12, Nathan Siegel 10, Gino Culotta 8; SHAPE: Kenny Conlan 22, Chris Gohl 7, Ryan Valentine 6

ISB 56, SHAPE 33 (Saturday at SHAPE)SHAPE.......... 5 8 6 14—33ISB..........12 19 15 10—56Top scorers—ISB: Horton 13, (first name not available) Adams 10, (first name not available) Clark 10: SHAPE: Jimmy Drego 8, Valentine 7

Heidelberg 66, Vilseck 29(Friday at Vilseck)Vilseck.......... 4 10 6 9—29Heidelberg..........28 23 6 9—66Top scorers—Vilseck: Aaron Ware 11; Heidelberg: Chris Frazier 16, J.C. Sharer 14, Chris Cuthbert 10.JV—Heidelberg 41, Vilseck 36

Heidelberg 79, Vilseck 51(Saturday at Vilseck)Vilseck..........13 13 8 17—51Heidelberg..........19 17 24 19—79Top scorers—Vilseck: Eric Hickman 21, Ware 9, Parris Manning 8; Heidelberg: Frazier 25, Sharer 11, Justin Walker 9, Cuthbert 8. Noteworthy—In a losing effort for Vilseck, Hickman grabbed 6 rebounds and handed out 5 assists in addition to his 21 points.JV—Heidelberg 41, Vilseck 31

Girls basketballAFNORTH 18, Brussels 16(Friday at Brussels)AFNORTH..........2 8 6 2—18Brussels..........0 4 2 10—16Top scorers—AFNORTH: Angel Worth 6, Natalie Everingham 4; Brussels: Marialena Lagiou 8, Kathleen Anderson 8Noteworthy—AFNORTH completed regular season 7-7 overall, 7-5 in Region I. Brussels wound up 4-9, 3-7.

Menwith Hill 26, Alconbury 21(Friday at Menwith Hill)Alconbury..........7 4 4 6—21Menwith Hill..........6 10 6 4—26Top scorers—Alconbury: Caitlin Cloum 8, Savanna Fourhman 8; Menwith Hill: Jasmine Clear 10, Emily Shelton 8Noteworthy—Clear made 8 steals and Monique McCreary snared 8 rebounds for Menwith Hill.

Menwith Hill 34, Alconbury 10(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Alconbury.......... 0 3 5 2—10Menwith Hill..........10 11 7 6—34Top scorers—Alconbury: Chantel Milner 3, Cloum 3; Menwith Hill: Clear 12, Shelton 8

Ramstein 32, Wiesbaden 28(Friday at Wiesbaden)Ramstein..........7 8 7 10—32Wiesbaden..........5 8 9 6—28Top scorers—Ramstein: Lataiya Harrison 17, Mackenzie Crews 10, Mackenzie Bannister 4; Wiesbaden: LeAndra Thomas 17, LeAmber Thomas 4, Tiffany Hodge 4.Noteworthy—Bannister led all rebounders with 12 for Ramstein, which got 5 steals from Harrison. LeAndra Thomas had eight rebounds, and LeAmber Thomas grabbed 7.JV—Wiesbaden 26, Ramstein 19

Ramstein 29, Wiesbaden 18(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Ramstein..........10 9 8 2—29Wiesbaden.......... 4 5 9 3—18Top scorers—Ramstein: Harrison 12, Crews 6; Wiesbaden: Claire Freelove 6, LeAmber Thomas 5Noteworthy—Harrison had 7 rebounds and 5 steals for Ramstein, and Crews also pulled down 7 rebounds.JV—Ramstein 24, Wiesbaden 16

BFA 34, Bamberg 27(Friday at Bamberg)Black Forest Academy..........13 8 10 3—34Bamberg.......... 3 14 4 6—27Top scorers—BFA: Jessica Krause 10, Autumn Neuharth 6, Ginny Holladay 6; Bamberg: Raquel Davis 15, Jenna Cepe 4, Olivia Caba 4.Noteworthy—BFA’s Joanna Kelley led all rebounders with 14; her teammates Holladay and Neuharth added 10 and 9, respectively. Davis corralled 6 rebounds and Kara Pitts 4 for Bamberg.

BFA 49, Bamberg 35(Saturday at Bamberg)Black Forest Academy..........10 16 10 13—49Bamberg.......... 9 11 1 14—35Top scorers—BFA: Krause 13; Bamberg: Davis 9, Caba 8

SHAPE 43, ISB 32(Friday at SHAPE, Belgium)Int’l. Sch. of Brussels.......... 6 19 1 6—32SHAPE..........13 12 16 2—43Top scorers—ISB: Coral Harlev 17; SHAPE: Ebonee DeVos 21, Tammy Northshield 12Noteworthy—DeVos registered 10 rebounds, 4 blocks, 2 assists and 2 steals, and Northshield chalked up 4 steals and 2 assists. SHAPE’s Liene Bauska grabbed 4 rebounds.JV—SHAPE 20, ISB 10

SHAPE 39, ISB 22(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Int’l. Sch. of Brussels.......... 8 2 7 5—22SHAPE..........12 8 13 6—39Top scorers—ISB: Jasine Blok 8, Amanda Stewart 6, Harlev 5; SHAPE: DeVos 14, Northshield 7, Samantha Saunders 6Noteworthy—10 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, 2 assists and 2 blocks for DeVos; 8 rebounds for Bauska; 7 rebounds for Saunders, and 2 assists and 2 steals for Northshield as SHAPE completed regular season 8-6 overall and 7-3 in Region I. ISB finished 4-4 overall and in Region I.JV—SHAPE 19, ISB 15

Heidelberg 28, Vilseck 23(Saturday at Vilseck)(Quarter scores not reported)Noteworthy—Ashley Hicks of Heidelberg pulled down 9 rebounds. Vilseck’s Annie Goho scored 7 points and grabbed 5 rebounds; Shamyra Coleman had 7 steals.JV—Vilseck 30, Heidelberg 21

Vilseck 35, Heidelberg 29(Saturday at Vilseck)Vilseck.......... 0 5 9 21—35Heidelberg..........10 7 12 0—29Top scorers—Vilseck: Coleman 14, Tamaira Hollis 7; Heidelberg: Not available;Noteworthy—In addition to her 14 points, Coleman had 8 steals; Hollis had 4 steals and 4 rebounds for Vilseck, which finished the regular season 7-4 in Region III, and 7-4 overall. Heidelberg finished 11-3, 10-2.

Ansbach 50, Hohenfels 10(Friday at Ansbach)(Scoring stopped in 3rd quarterwith courtesy rule)Ansbach..........13 22 15—50Hohenfels.......... 3 4 3—10Top scorers—Ansbach: Gabby Wells 20, Jackie Pohl 15; Hohenfels: Mandy LaVanway 6JV—Hohenfels 19, Ansbach 15

Ansbach 61, Hohenfels 31(Saturday at Ansbach)Ansbach..........15 12 14 20—61Hohenfels.......... 5 13 3 10—31Top scorers—Ansbach: Wells 31, Pohl 8; Hohenfels: Kim Howard 8, Erica Nash 7JV—Ansbach 26, Hohenfels 24

Mannheim 59, Bitburg 37(Friday at Mannheim)No details availableMannheim 68, Bitburg 50(Saturday at Mannheim)Mannheim..........23 18 21 6—68Bitburg.......... 9 15 12 14—50Top scorers—Mannheim: Takiara Folkes 20, Krsytal Elliot 15, Maolis Titti 14, Alanna Crockwell 12; Bitburg: Donyel Robinson 22, Sabrina Cavazos 12


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