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Dylan Trautman of Ramstein applies a Peterson pinning combination on Matt Harvey of Kaiserslautern during the ir 140-pound bout in Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein on Saturday. The top two finishers from each of Saturday's four sectionals plus four wild card wrestlers qualify for the DODDS-Europe championship this coming Friday and Saturday.

Dylan Trautman of Ramstein applies a Peterson pinning combination on Matt Harvey of Kaiserslautern during the ir 140-pound bout in Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein on Saturday. The top two finishers from each of Saturday's four sectionals plus four wild card wrestlers qualify for the DODDS-Europe championship this coming Friday and Saturday. (A.L. Shaff/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Dylan Trautman of Ramstein applies a Peterson pinning combination on Matt Harvey of Kaiserslautern during the ir 140-pound bout in Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein on Saturday. The top two finishers from each of Saturday's four sectionals plus four wild card wrestlers qualify for the DODDS-Europe championship this coming Friday and Saturday.

Dylan Trautman of Ramstein applies a Peterson pinning combination on Matt Harvey of Kaiserslautern during the ir 140-pound bout in Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein on Saturday. The top two finishers from each of Saturday's four sectionals plus four wild card wrestlers qualify for the DODDS-Europe championship this coming Friday and Saturday. (A.L. Shaff/Special to Stars and Stripes)

During second-round action at Saturday’s Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein, Michel Russell of Baumholder pins Ramstein’s C.J. Wiedeman in the 152-pound division.

During second-round action at Saturday’s Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein, Michel Russell of Baumholder pins Ramstein’s C.J. Wiedeman in the 152-pound division. (A.L. Shaff/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgar Acosta of Baumholder applies a reverse half-nelson and leg ride to pin Andres Gayton of Ramstein during their 135-pound bout at Saturday’s Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein. The top two finishers from each of Saturday's four sectionals plus four wild card wrestlers qualify for the DODDS-Europe championship this coming Friday and Saturday.

Edgar Acosta of Baumholder applies a reverse half-nelson and leg ride to pin Andres Gayton of Ramstein during their 135-pound bout at Saturday’s Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein. The top two finishers from each of Saturday's four sectionals plus four wild card wrestlers qualify for the DODDS-Europe championship this coming Friday and Saturday. (A.L. Shaff/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Prince Owusu, a 140-pounder from Baumholder, pins Ramstein’s Austin Schmidt during the second round of Saturday’s Western Sectional wrestl;ing tournament at Ramstein.

Prince Owusu, a 140-pounder from Baumholder, pins Ramstein’s Austin Schmidt during the second round of Saturday’s Western Sectional wrestl;ing tournament at Ramstein. (A.L. Shaff/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Scott Richardson of Baumholder stacks Ramstein’s Brian Caldwell with a cradle and headlock combination during an early round bout in 112-pound division of the Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein on Saturday.

Scott Richardson of Baumholder stacks Ramstein’s Brian Caldwell with a cradle and headlock combination during an early round bout in 112-pound division of the Western Sectional wrestling tournament at Ramstein on Saturday. (A.L. Shaff/Special to Stars and Stripes)

BasketballBoysWiesbaden 75, Bitburg 69 (OT)(Friday at Wiesbaden)Bitburg 11 16 19 16 7—69Wiesbaden 19 11 10 22 13—75Top scorers—Bitburg: Joseph Tarnate 18, Deion Giddens 14, Cameron Jackson 8; Tyler Tucker 8; Wiesbaden: Kiante Clifton 45, Kenny Hicks 12, Marcus Williams 11Noteworthy—According to Wiesbaden coach Carl Johnson, Clifton led all rebounders with 15; his teammates Brian Byrd and Williams had 10 and 8, respectively. Giddens grabbed 12 rebounds for Bitburg, which got 8 rebounds and 2 blocks from Bobby Hernandez.JV—Wiesbaden 50, Bitburg 44Wiesbaden 81, Bitburg 72(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Bitburg 16 19 8 29—72Wiesbaden 24 18 17 22—81Top scorers—Bitburg: Giddens 28, Jackson 20, Hernandez 8; Wiesbaden: Williams 27, Hicks 15, Byrd 14, Alan Gray 14Noteworthy—Johnson reported a game-high 14 rebounds for Byrd. Gray posted 11 assists and 4 steals for Wiesbaden (10-2 overall, 8-0 in Region II), which got 8 rebounds from Williams. Bitburg (4-6, 2-5) got 12 rebounds and 4 blocks from Giddens, 8 rebounds from Hernandez and 6 assists from Tarnate, Johnson said.JV—Bitburg 38, Wiesbaden 32Bamberg 73, Mannheim 57(Friday at Bamberg)Mannheim 6 14 16 21—57Bamberg 19 18 17 19—73Top scorers—Mannheim: Jamal Francis 17, Jerard Graham 10; Bamberg: Daniel Kieser 15, Quadell Webb 13, Josh Robinson 10Noteworthy—According to Bamberg’s Jim Davis, Bamberg got 5 assists each from Kieser and Ryan Morris, 7 rebounds from Robinson, 6 from Josh Fletcher and 4 from Kieser.Bamberg 70, Mannheim 56(Saturday at Bamberg)Mannheim 12 12 9 23—56Bamberg 26 13 11 20—70Top scorers—Mannheim: Francis 23, Jamel Perteet 11, Graham 10; Bamberg: Kevin Daniels 13, Kieser 13, Fletcher 10Noteworthy—Francis took game rebounding honors with 13, Davis reported, as Mannheim fell to 3-9 overall in this non-regional game. Kieser had 5 rebounds, 5 steals and 3 assists, Davis reported, adding that Bamberg (9-3) got 7 rebounds from Fletcher, 4 rebounds from Kevin Brown and 4 assists from Morris.Heidelberg 78, Hohenfels 20(Friday at Heidelberg)Hohenfels 6 3 6 5—20Heidelberg 28 27 12 11—78Top scorers—Hohenfels: Justin Battley 5; Heidelberg: D.J. Jenkins 14, Sean Niland 14, Malcolm Griffin 10, Chris Cuthbert 10, Myles McDavid 7Noteworthy—According to Heidelberg coach Brad Shahan, Jenkins and Jon Klinner tied for game rebounding honors with 10 each. Alex Savusa posted 8 rebounds, 3 steals and blocked a shot for Heidelberg, Shahan said, adding that Leon Atkins grabbed 8 rebounds for Hohenfels, which got 2 blocks from James Robinson.JV—Heidelberg 55, Hohenfels 36

Heidelberg 82, Hohenfels 31(Saturday at Heidelberg)Hohenfels 5 12 9 5—31Heidelberg 30 23 12 17—82Top scorers—Hohenfels: Battley 11, Atkins 6, Danny Cavanaugh 6; Heidelberg: Chris Frazier 17, Cuthbert 13, Savusa 13, Griffin 9, Klinner 8Noteworthy—Shahan credited Savusa with 8 rebounds and Jenkins, who stole the ball 4 times with 6. Heidelberg (11-1 overall, 10-0 in Region III) also benefited from 5 assists and 4 steals by Cuthbert and 4 assists and 3 steals from Griffin. Hohenfels (2-8, 2-8) got 4 rebounds from Atkins and 4 rebounds and 3 steals from Robinson.JV—Heidelberg 56, Hohenfels 30SHAPE 61, Alconbury 40(Saturday at SHAPE;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Alconbury: J.C. Cluver 12, Devin Pryor 10, Yul McGrath 7; SHAPE: Kenny Conlan 33, Christian Gohl; 12, Ryan Valentine 9Noteworthy—Conlan sank 3 3-pointers for SHAPE, which got 10 rebounds from Jimmy Drago and 8 and 6 respectively, from Gohl and Jerome Gamboa.SHAPE 53, Alconbury 27(Saturday at SHAPE;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Alconbury: David Blose 8, Cluver 8; SHAPE: Conlan 20, Drago 13, Valentine 7Noteworthy—Drago sank 3 3s for SHAPE (6-5, 5-2 in Region I). Spartans also benefited from 10 rebounds from Gohl and 8 from Gamboa.Ansbach 62, Vilseck 55(Friday at Ansbach)Vilseck 9 8 13 25—55Ansbach 13 18 19 12—62Top scorers—Vilseck: Aaron Ware 15, Eric Hickman 14, Trey Lawhorn 9; Ansbach: Darius Flake 16, Sam Freeman 16, Marcus Allen 11JV—Vilseck 41, Ansbach 38Vilseck 59, Ansbach 56(Saturday at Vilseck)Ansbach 9 14 22 11—56Vilseck 12 17 21 9—59Top scorers—Ansbach: Allen 23, Freeman 16, Flake 10; Vilseck: Ware 19, Hickman 11Noteworthy—According to Vilseck coach Rick Ritter, Parris Manning hit two free throws in final minute to ice game for Vilseck (4-7 overall, 4-5 in Region III). Ansbach is 3-9, 3-6.ISB 56, Lakenheath 31(Friday at Brussels;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Lakenheath: Mark de la Cruz 9, Trevor Snapp 9; International School of Brussels: Steve Clark 12; Nathan Siegal 12ISB 65, Lakenheath 34(Saturday at Brussels;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Lakenheath: De la Cruz 6, T. Snapp 6; International School of Brussels: Andrew Clark 14, Eric Hamblett 12Noteworthy—ISB is 6-0 in Region I. Lakenheath concluded its regular schedule 7-6 overall and 4-2 in Region I.Ramstein 84, Kaiserslautern 57(Thursday at Kaiserslautern;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Ramstein: Brent Schuck 23, Dillon Wadsack 21; Kaiserslautern (first names unavailable): Machado 22, Smith 8Noteworthy—Ramstein is 11-1 overall, 7-1 in Region II. Kaiserslautern is 2-9, 0-8.Patch 72, BFA 39(Friday at Kandern, Germany)Patch 22 8 32 10—72Black Forest Academy 9 9 12 9—39Top scorers—Patch: Eric Jones 17, Justin Phelps 15, John Gonzalez 9; BFA: James McClelland 8, Andrew Ingram 7, Josh Domingues 6Noteworthy—Phelps had 6 rebounds and Shag Hunter 5 for Patch, according to BFA coach Art Melli. BFA, he reported received 5 rebounds from Dominguez and 4 from Brandon Hamilton.JV—Patch 38, BFA 35Patch 63, BFA 34(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Patch 16 13 23 11—63Black Forest Academy 6 8 13 7—34Top scorers—Patch: Jones 16, Phelps 13, Julius Johnson-Rich 11; BFA: Will McCullom 8, Ingtam 6, Kingsley Kantande 4Noteworthy—Patch closed out regular season 11-3 overall and 9-3 in Region III behind 15 Johnson-Rich rebounds and 6 more by his teammate Hector Godoy, according to Melli. BFA, which got 5 rebounds from Domingues and 4 from Hamilton, fell to 0-12, 0-10.JV—BFA 44, Patch 35Aviano 58, Vicenza 18(Friday at Vicenza; scoring endedin 3rd quarter by 39-point courtesy rule)Aviano 20 19 19—58Vicenza 4 13 1—18Top scorers—Aviano: Jamal Tuck 19, Kareem Williams 19, Denzell Barnett 9; Vicenza: Shakael Skeete 8, Dahvian Dean 4, Gary Donald 4, Reggie Sweed 4Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Ken McNeely, Tuck and Williams each posted 4 steals and 5 assists.Aviano 57, Vicenza 17(Saturday at Vicenza; scoring endedin 3rd quarter by 39-point courtesy rule)Aviano 28 18 11—57Vicenza 5 10 2—17Top scorers—Aviano: Bobby Henderson 13, Josh Nunez 13, Tuck 11; Vicenza: Fabian Severson 4, Shakael 4, Sweed 4Noteworthy—Aviano (12-0 overall and in the American Schools in Italy League) completed regular season with league title. McNeely said Tuck registered 5 steals and 5 assists and Williams 5 steals and 4 assists. Vicenza is 4-8 overall and in the league.Sigonella 53, Naples 45(Friday at Naples)Sigonella 9 20 10 14—53Naples 11 11 12 11—45Top scorers—Sigonella: Darius Johnson 16, James Campbell 15, Jack Johnson 9; Naples: Nigel Alexander 14, (First name unavailable) E. Rawls 8, B.J. Thompson 8Noteworthy—D. Johnson led team with 13 rebounds. He also posted 6 assists, 4 blocks and 3 steals, according to Naples coach Bruce Collins. Collins reported 8 rebounds and 2 blocks for Campbell.Sigonella 36, Naples 30(Saturday at Naples)Sigonella 4 17 7 8—36Naples 11 2 17 0—30Top scorers—Sigonella: Campbell 12, J. Johnson 11, D. Johnson 9; Naples: Rawls 9Noteworthy—Collins reported 19 rebounds for D. Johnson, 9 for Cambell and 4 for J. Johnson. Sigonella is 9-4 overall; its final American Schools in Italy League mark is 8-4. Naples is 5-5 overall and in the ASIL.GirlsHeidelberg 54, Hohenfels 22(Friday at Heidelberg)Hohenfels 3 8 9 2—22Heidelberg 15 18 11 10—54Top scorers—Hohenfels: (First name unavailable) Nash 6, Kim Howard 6, Lois Ann Delass 5; Heidelberg: Ashley Hicks 12, Rebecca Rohren 10, Courtney Milton 8Noteworthy—Heidelberg coach Jon Mittenzwey reported 25 team steals for the Lady Lions, who got 11 rebounds from Hicks and 9 each from Fallon Puppolo and Sarah Brown. He reported a team-high 7 rebounds for Howard of Hohenfels.

JV—Heidelberg 24, Hohenfels 23Heidelberg 46, Hohenfels 13Hohenfels 0 6 2 5—13Heidelberg 13 11 18 4—46Top scorers—Hohenfels: (First name unavailable) Delano 8; Heidelberg: Rohren 10, Tesa Miller 8, Debbie Roberts 6, (First name unavailable) Tucker 6Noteworthy—Howard, with 7, again led the rebounding for Hohenfels (1-9 overall and in Region III). Heidelberg (10-2, 9-1 in Region III) got 12 rebounds from Miller, 7 rebounds each from Hicks and Rohren and 5 assists from Puppolo.JV—Hohenfels 22, Heidelberg 19Kaiserslautern 40, Ramstein 23(Friday at Ramstein)Kaiserslautern 12 8 5 15—40Ramstein 5 8 2 8—23Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Kiara Sanchez-Herrera 19, LaTanya Wilson 6; Ramstein: Lataiya Harrison 8, Mackenzie Bannister 5, Maddie Byrd 5, Nina Checotah 3Noteworthy—According to Ramstein AD Nathan Brewster, K-town (9-2 overall, 7-1 in Region II) got 7 rebounds and 3 steals from Wilson and 7 steals from Takara Greer. Checotah grabbed 8 rebounds for Ramstein (6-5, 3-4). Harrison posted 7 rebounds and 2 steals; Bannister added 6 rebounds and 2 steals.Lakenheath 35, ISB 29(Friday at Brussels;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Lakenheath: Jessica Serd 9, Tekeia Wallace 8; International School of Brussels: Coral Harlev 16ISB 43, Lakenheath 35(Saturday at Brussels;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Lakenheath: Wallace 9, Lisa McBride 7, S. (first name unavailable) Speight 7; International School of Brussels: Harlev 23, Amanda Stewart 8Noteworthy—ISB AD Jason Baseden reported 9 rebounds for ISB’s Stewart and 5 rebounds and 2 assists for Harlev as ISB improved to 4-2 in Region I. Lakenheath completed its regular-season schedule 10-3 overall and 5-1 in Region I.Wiesbaden 39, Bitburg 18(Friday at Wiesbaden)Bitburg 4 4 1 9—18Wiesbaden 5 9 13 12—39Top scorers—Bitburg: Danyel Robinson 6, Toni Nelson 5, Regan Thompson 3; Wiesbaden: LeAmber Thomas 10, Tiffany Hodge 9, Taylor Dore 6Noteworthy—According to Wiesbaden coach Jim Campbell, Ashley Smith and LeAndra Thomas, who posted 3 steals, led Wiesbaden with 10 and 9 rebounds, respectively. Nelson had 5 rebounds for Bitburg.JV—Bitburg 22, Wiesbaden 10Wiesbaden 54, Bitburg 44(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Bitburg 11 6 15 12—44Wiesbaden 17 10 7 20—54Top scorers—Bitburg: Robinson 14, Alex Schmidt 12; Wiesbaden: LeAmber Thomas 18, LeAndra Thomas 13, Dore 10Noteworthy—Campbell reported 14 rebounds and 5 steals for LeAmber Thomas, 11 rebounds for LeAndra Thomas and 7 rebounds for Dore as Wiesbaden improved to 8-6 overall and 4-4 in Region II. He credited Robinson with 8 rebounds and 5 steals for Bitburg (2-9, 0-8).JV—Wiesbaden 27, Bitburg 23Patch 40, BFA 31(Friday at Kandern, Germany)Patch 8 6 11 15—40Black Forest Academy 5 6 8 12—31Top scorers—Patch: Shy’Kimeun Alexander 15, Janelle Loney 14, Adrianna Archie 5; BFA: Joanna Kelley 9, Ginny Holladay 6, Cameron Prenger 6Noteworthy—According to BFA coach Pat Woodward, Archie grabbed 19 rebounds and her teammate Claralynn Burt 8. Kelley led BFA with 15 rebounds. Autumn Neuharth added 10 rebounds and Prenger 7 for BFA, which got 4 assists from Alyssa Krause.JV—BFA 38, Patch 25

Patch 27, BFA 24(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Patch 2 6 8 11—27Black Forest Academy 2 11 7 4—24Top scorers—Patch: Alexander 8, Archie 8, Loney 7; BFA: Neuharth 9, Prenger 8, Kelley 4Noteworthy—Archie, who blocked 7 shots, made it a 40-rebound weekend by snaring 21 rebounds for Patch, which closed out its regular season 12-2 overall and 11-1 in Region III and guaranteed itself at least a tie for the Region III title. BFA (8-6, 5-5) got 12 rebounds and 7 steals from Kelley, 9 rebounds from Neuharth, 7 steals from Krause and 6 rebounds from Holladay.JV—BFA 29, Patch 20Vilseck 40, Ansbach 22(Friday at Ansbach;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Vilseck: Jamila Harvey 12, Stevi Hood 10; Ansbach: Marissa Dominguez 10, Liz Figueroa 5Noteworthy—According to Vilseck coach Carrie Cassou, Vilseck’s Angel Swann led the Fallcons’ rebounding with 11; her teammate Harvey added 8. Vilseck, Cassou added, got 8 steals from Shamyra Coleman. Dominguez grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds for Ansbach.JV—Vilseck 14, Ansbach 14Vilseck 28, Ansbach 23(Saturday at Vilseck;score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Ansbach: Jacqueline Pohl 11, DeNaisha Bell 4, Gabby Wells 4; Vilseck: Tamaria Hollis 9, Coleman 6, Harvey 6Noteworthy—According to Cassou, Vilseck (6-3 overall and in Region III) got 12 rebounds from Harvey, 8 rebounds from Swann and 4 steals from Coleman. Ansbach (2-8, 2-8) got 7 rebounds from Figueroa.JV—Vilseck 20, Ansbach 10SHAPE 45, Alconbury 13(Saturday at SHAPE)Alconbury 2 4 4 3—13SHAPE 14 8 13 10—45Top scorers—Alconbury: Danika Wilson 5, Savanna Fourham 4; SHAPE: Ebonee DeVos 14, Tammy Northshield 9, Michelle Schonberg 6Noteworthy—According to SHAPE coach Sam Ochinang, DeVos, who handed out 3 assists, blocked 2 shots and stole the ball twice, lead all rebounders with 12. Wilson led Alconbury with 10 rebounds. Ochinang added that Saunders posted 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 blocks and Northshield provided 9 assists and 3 steals.SHAPE 41, Alconbury 12(Saturday at SHAPE)Alconbury 0 2 4 6—12SHAPE 12 13 15 1—41Top scorers—Alconbury: Caitlin Cloum 8; SHAPE: Paris Johnson 11, Northshield 9, Saunders 8Noteworthy—According to Ochinang, DeVos, who posted 4 assists, 3 steals and 3 blocks, again led all rebounders 10 as SHAPE improved to 6-6 overall and 5-3 in Region I. Alconbury is 0-14, 0-6 after the doubleheader loss.Naples 50, Sigonella 30(Friday at Naples)Sigonella 8 6 5 11—30Naples 20 10 17 3—50Scoring—Sigonella: Unavailable; Naples: Valentina Lee 25, Shannon Cuthbert 9, Clara Davis 4, Sheridan Ferrell 4, Stella Pauling 4, Taryn Teigen 3, Megan Nichols 1Noteworthy—According to Naples coach Craig Lord, Farrell, who stole the ball 5 times, led rebounding for Naples with 6. Lee posted 3 assists and 2 steals; Cuthbert added 2 assists and 2 steals.SEE SCOREBOARD ON PAGE 35Naples 58, Sigonella 21(Saturday at Naples)Sigonella 2 5 7 7—21Naples 9 14 19 16—58Top scoring—Sigonella: Unavailable; Naples: Lee 19, Demi Holbrook 10, Farrell 7, Teigen 5, Cuthbert 4, Pauling 4Noteworthy—Farrell posted 5 rebounds and 2 steals, Lord reported, adding that Lee chalked up 6 assists and 4 steals, Cuthbert 2 assists, and 2 steals each for Holbrook and Hamilton as Naples advanced to 8-2 overall and in the American Schools in Italy League. Sigonella fell to 0-13 overall and 0-12 in its final ASIL game of the season.Aviano 63, Vicenza 16(Friday at Vicenza)Aviano 17 17 19 10—63Vicenza 6 4 4 2—16Top scorers—Aviano: Alyssa Lane 17, Jasmine Mailoto 15, Gabby Aumack 9; Vicenza: Lali Baratashvili 8, Adriona Cleveland 5, Kia Privitiera 2Noteworthy—Vicenza coach Vera Morgan reported 7 rebounds, 5 steals, 5 assists and 3 blocks for Lane, who played just 3 quarters. Emily Cartwright added 6 rebounds and Audrey McGregor 5 assists for Aviano.Aviano 70, Vicenza 26(Saturday at Vicenza)Aviano 20 21 20 9—70Vicenza 5 16 1 4—26Top scorers—Aviano: Lane 22, Mailoto 19, Aumack 8; Vicenza: Baratashvili 13, Cleveland 9, Taylor Kier 2Noteworthy—According to Morgan, Cartwright, who chalked up 6 assists and 4 steals, and Leah Nunez each grabbed 6 rebounds for Aviano, which got 2 3-point baskets from Gabbi Dellicle. Lane, who played just 3 quarters, added 5 rebounds and 5 steals as Aviano completed its regular season schedule at 12-0 overall and in the American Schools in Italy League. Next up for the Saints is the European Division II tournament, where they’ll likely be the top seed. Vicenza, ticketed for the European D-III tournament, finished the regular season 4-8 overall and in the ASIL.WrestlingSouthern sectional qualifier(Saturday at Aviano; top two finishers plus selected others advance to European championships Friday-Saturday in Wiesbaden, Germany)Team scoring—None; teams participating were the American Overseas School of Rome, Aviano, Hohenfels, Naples, Sigonella, Vicenza and Vilseck103 pounds—1, Marco Montero (Sig); 2, A.J. Roman (Nap); 3, Edwin Antonio (Sig); 4, None112—1, Neal Navarra (Nap); 2, Christian Hall (Avi); 3, Zane Kennedy (Vil); 4, Tyler Cepada (Vil)119—1, Logan Porchie (Nap); 2, Andy Kunis (Vil); 3, Omri Izhaki (AOSR); 4, Andy Guitierrez (Avi)125—1, Chris Campos (Nap); 2, Brett Gilbert (Sig); 3, Josh Hood (Nap); 4, None130—1, Thomas Berak (Sig); 2, Cliff McPherson (Nap); 3, Sid Conner (Sig); 4, Jeremy Huller (Vic)135—1, Noah Ollice (Nap); 2, Ryan Lastrella (Sig); 3, George Corey (Sig); 4, Aaron Hogg (Vil)140—1, Marco Summerfield (Sig); 2, Imogin Roque (Vil); 3, Matthew Mullin (Sig); 4, Brandin Celis (Avi)145—1, Ben Tucker (Nap); 2, Andrew Barday (Sig); 3, Stuart Loebel (ASOR); 4, Frankie Demma (Vic)152—1, Alec Herb (Sig); 2, Darren Eldridge (Vil); 3, Jacquan Welch (Nap); 4, Jared Russell (Vil)160—1, Tyler Hall (Vil); 2, Honmel Andre (Vil); 3, Chris Heath (Avi); 4, Jeff Lastrella (Sig)171—1, Kyle Kaus (Vic); 2, Keyth Robinson (Avi); 3, Horace Windham (Sig); 4, Matt Jessup (Avi)189—1, Jake Wood (Nap); 2, Mitch Polizzi (Avi); 3, Markus Jones (Sig); 4, Miquel Vicente (Avi)215—1, Patrick Robinson (Avi); 2, Vince Tucker (Nap); 3, Nick Heikkinen (Vil); 4, None285—1, Angelo Hall (Vil); 2, None; 3, None; 4, NoneNoteworthy—Campos, a two-time European champion upped his career record in four years at Naples, to 100-1, according to Aviano coach Robin Clements. Campos reached the century mark with a 17-2 technical-fall victory over Sigonella’s Gilbert in Saturday’s 125-pound championship.Northern sectional qualifier(Saturday at Alconbury; top two plus selected others advance to European Championships)Team scoring—None; teams participating were AFNORTH, Alconbury, Brussels, Lakenheath, SHAPE, St. John’s of Brussels103 pounds—1, Vincent Alonso (Brus); 2, Nick Geronimo (Alc); 3, Dakotah Christianson (Lake); 4, Katie Brockmiller (Lake)112—1, Dennis Thomas (SHP); 2, Andrew Luong (Alc); 3, Marco Gonzalez (SHP); 4, Scott LaBelle (Brus)119—1, J.J. Donohue (AFN); 2, Brandon Searle (Lake); 3, Jarrett Wallace (SHP); 4, Kalai Balutski (Lake); 5, Brandon Nylen (AFN)125—1, Adam Carroll (Lake); 2, Denny Miller (AFN); 3, (tie) Mike Ryan (Brus) and Zach Castillo (Lake); 5, Caleb Crotty (AFN)130—1, Josh Ruiz (AFN); 2, David Duncan (Lake); 3, Jeff Cole (Lake); 4, None135—1, Aaron Ellis (Brus); 2, Tyler Lucas (Alc); 3, Devon Parrish (Lake); 4, Jaden Wilstead (AFN); 5, Chase Lumm (Lake); 6, Justin Slaughter (StJ)140—1, E.J. Ruiz (AFN); 2, Derek Franco (Lake); 3, Nick Basnett (Lake); 4, Nate Lorei (Brus); 5, Boone Pilkington (StJ); 6, Dakota Deverill (Brus); 7, Aaron Warren (AFN)145—1, Chris Lyon (StJ); 2, Tizhaun Carroll (AFN); 3, Jacob Lawson (Lake); 4, Alex Berryman (AFN); 5, Nathan Rogacki (Lake)152—1, Matt Lyon (StJ); 2, Kyle Higgins (AFN); 3, Jordan Howell (Brus); 4, None160—1, Hunter Baudoindajoiux (Brus); 2, Zach Fuson (StJ); 3, Daniel Carroll (Lake); 4, None171—1, Andre Fears (Alc); 2, Mike Seely (Brus); 3, Joe Kren (Brus); 4, None189—1, Brock Blankenship (AFN); 2, Sean Gresham (Lake); 3, Joonas Ilomaki (SHP); 4, Aaron Black (AFN); 5, Tahir Mahmudov (Brus); 6, Andy Wells (Brus); 7, Marcus Arius (SHP); 8, Mike Bass (AFN)215—1, Zach Cooney (AFN); 2, Miciotto Johnson (AFN); 3, Chance Knoblauch (Lake); 4, None285—1, Darius Griffin (AFN); 2, Jonathon Garcia (AFN); 3, None; 4, None


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