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VolleyballMatches were played Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Varsities play rally-point best-of-5 matches; JVs rally-point best-of-3

Boys

At VicenzaVicenza def. International School of Florence 25-12, 25-13, 25-15Noteworthy—Marcus Maia made 7 kills for Vicenza.

GirlsAt VicenzaVicenza def. International School of Florence 20-25, 25-17, 25-20, 14-25, 15-9Noteworthy—Milan Juliano had 18 assists and Erika Valek 6 kills for Vicenza.

At Frankfurt International SchoolFIS def. Bitburg 14-25, 25-18, 25-17, 17-25, 15-9Noteworthy—Lizzie Rios had 5 kills and 4 aces for Bitburg, which got 8 assists from Emily Kroloff and 2 kills and 4 blocks from Dalasha Bizzell. Mallory Kriss had 6 kills, and Alexa Muench and Victoria Klinkert 4 aces and 4 kills each for FIS. FIS’s Maddie Burkett had 4 kills.Bitburg def. Baumholder 25-14, 25-15, 25-18Noteworthy—Bitburg benefited from 8 kills, 5 aces from Rios, 6 kills from Jayde Robbins, 6 assists each from Kroloff and Tori Trottier.FIS def. Baumholder 25-20; 25-14; 25-12Noteworthy—For FIS, Joanna Martucci had 6 kills and Hannah Ford served 6 aces.

At MannheimSHAPE def. Mannheim 24-26, 25-12, 25-6, 25-12Noteworthy—SHAPE got 12 assists and 4 aces from Edite Bauska and 7 aces and 2 kills from Liene Bauska. Bri Melton racked up 7 kills and 3 aces for Mannheim, which got 6 assists from Gretchen Crockett.Mannheim def. Ansbach 25-15, 25-20, 27-25Noteworthy—Melton had 5 kills and Kierra Tucker 5 assists for Mannheim, which got 2 service aces from Rachel Lankford.Wiesbaden def. Ansbach 25-17, 25-15, 25-22SHAPE def. Wiesbaden 23-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-11 Noteworthy—SHAPE stayed unbeaten behind 27 assists and 5 aces from Edite Bauska and 13 assists and 2 kills from Liene Bauska. LeAmber Thomas posted 14 kills and 9 aces, while Ashley Smith had 10 kills and 2 aces.

At Alconbury(Friday)Alconbury def. Rota 14-25, 26-24, 25-18, 25-23Brussels def. Alconbury 25-17, 25-13, 23-25, 25-13Rota JV def. Alconbury JV 25-17, 25-11(Saturday)Brussels def. Rota 25-17, 25-23, 23-15Brussels defeated Menwith Hill 25-11, 25-12, 25-18Menwith Hill defeated Rota 7-25, 25-11, 25-11, 28-26Noteworthy—Cumulative statics for Brussels: Kathlene Anderson, 39 kills, 3 blocks, 3 digs; Bria Yazzie , 62 assists, 8 kills and 4 aces; Alexis Aperjesi, 8 kills, 3 digs and Dianet Presciado, 7 kills, 3 blocks, 4 digs. For Alconbury, Lauren Wheeler totaled 12 kills, 1 ace; Maddie Zitka put away 10 kills, and Ashlee Uballe registered 9 kills, 2 aces.

At PatchPatch def. Heidelberg 25-20, 25-19, 20-25, 25-16Noteworthy—Lauren Tannenbaum was 9-for-9 serving for Patch, which got 5 kills, 3 digs from Ashley Benson; 21-of-23 serves with 4 aces, 5 assists and 4 kills from Abbey McConnell; 13-of-14 serving from Anne Wasson; 5 kills and a block from Claralyn Burt; 9-of-10 serving and 3 digs from Danielle Loffert. Heidelberg got 10 kills and 2 blocks by Allison Gunch, and 6 kills and 2 aces by Katie Garner.Ramstein def. Patch 25-23, 25-12, 25-14Noteworthy—Hannah Hubner posted 3 blocks for Patch, which got 3 digs from Kristen Voboril. Charnel Austin led Ramstein with 11 kills, 14 assists, 4 digs and 14-of-18 serves with 3 aces. Mackenzie Bannister was 22-of-22 serving with 8 aces, 8 kills and 9 assists; her teammate Nadia Booker had 6 kills, 3 blocks, and Lauren Maza registered 4 digs and was 10-of-10 serving.Ramstein def, Heidelberg 23-25, 18-25, 25-10, 25-13 Noteworthy—Gunsch chalked up 8 kills, 2 blocks for Heidelberg. Ramstein remained unbeaten behind 15 kills, 14 assists, a block and 9 aces on 23-of-24 serving by Austin; 10 kills, 10 assists and 2 aces on 17-of-19 serving by Bannister; 10 kills, 2 blocks and 12-of-12 serving by Booker; 7 kills, 3 blocks and a dig by Chantel Barfield, and 15-of-15 serving by Maza.Heidelberg JV def. Patch JV 24-26, 25-18, 15-7Ramstein JV def. Patch JV 25-14, 25-16Ramstein JV def. Heidelberg JV 25-20, 23-25, 15-9

At HohenfelsBlack Forest Academy def. Hohenfels 25-20, 26-24, 20-25, 25-19Noteworthy—Kayla Starnes posted 11 kills and served 7 aces during her 14-of-17 service game for Hohenfels, which got 7 kills from Artasia Hall, and 5 from Tina Robinson. Erika Nash of Hohenfels served 3 aces during her 15-of-17 service game.BFA def. Bamberg 25-22, 30-28, 20-25, 18-25, 15-12Noteworthy—For Bamberg, Racquel Davis had 11 blocks, 9 kills and 3 aces; her teammate Madison Thorne posted 6 kills and 6 aces.Bamberg def. Hohenfels 25-13, 25-18, 16-25, 21-25, 16-14Noteworthy—Hall registered 16 kills, Robinson 13 and Starnes 13 for Hohenfels, which got 11 kills from Jazmine Calhoun. Davis posted 11 kills, 7 blocks and 4 aces for Bamberg, which benefited from 5, assits, 4 aces and 2 kills by Jenna Cepe.

Cross countryAll races covered 5,000 meters and were run Saturday

At VicenzaGirlsTeam scoring—International School of Florence and Vicenza were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Sarah Heryford (Vicz) 22:22; 2, Aryn Cade (Vicz) 24:11; 3, Delany Sondag (ISF) 24:28; 4, Bizzy Buffington (Vicz)26:49; 5, Halley Gilleran (Vicz) 30:03; 6, Allegra Abouzeid (ISF) 30:17.BoysTeam scoring—Vicenza 15, International School of Florence incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Tyler Holderby (Vicz)17:49 (Course record; old record unavailable); 2, Zach Garcia (ISF) 17:59; 3, Thomas Nantz (Vicz) 19:33; 4, Zach Dickens (Vicz) 20:18; 5, Michael De Oliveria (Vicz) 20:53; 6, Darrius Vallejo (ISF) 21:06; 7, Kyle Wood (Vicz) 21:59; 8, Michael Naify (ISF) 22:00; 9, A.J. Persinger (Vicz) 28:07.

At St. John’s, BelgiumBoysTeam scoring—SHAPE 61, Baumholder 65. Brussels, International School of Brussels British School of Brussels, Bitburg and St. John’s were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Ben Bigelow (Brus) 17:42; 2, Lawrence Vandervoort (StJ) 17:46; 3, Tim Barry (Brus) 14:56; 4, Sigi Adriano (Baum) 18:02; 5, Scott LaBelle (Brus) 18:04; 6, Curtis Engel (SHP) 18:42; 7, Harry Cross (ISB) 18:43; 8, Johnny Aron (BSB) 18:52; 9, Juan Castaneda (SHP) 19:54; 10, Alvaro Sanchez (SHP) 18:57.GirlsTeam scoring—SHAPE 15. Baumholder, Bitburg, Brussels, International School of Brussels, British School of Brussels and St. John’s International School were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Hillary Lynde (StJ) 22:01; 2, Mackenzie Lowery (StJ) 22:25; 3, Heidi Northshield (SHP) 22:42; 4 Vikki Adriano (Baum) 22:46; 5, Carmen Pardo (SHP) 22:48; 6, Gabbe Overeen (ISB) 23:01; 7, Andrea Dargie (SHP) 23:16; 8, Kasey Oates (Baum) 23:21; 9, Astrid Loomans (StJ) 23:29; 10, Courtney Pfalzer (Brus) 23:40.

At Frankfurt International SchoolBoysTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 37, Ramstein 39, Hohenfels 76, Heidelberg 91, Frankfurt International School 114, Bamberg incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Daniel Parker (Wies) 17:37; 2, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 18:07; 3, Jaron Henninger (Heid) 18:11; 4, Miles Kirts (Rams) 18:43; 5, Joe Gould (Rams) 18:50; 6, Christian Austen (Hoh) 19:04; 7, David Reynolds (Wies) 19:17; 8, Gideon Barnhart (Wies) 19:31; 9, Zachary Winne (Wies) 19:41; 10, Drew Martin (Hoh) 19:45.GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 42, Wiesbaden 47, Heidelberg 50, Frankfurt International School 85. Bamberg and Hohenfels were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Elizabeth Doe (Rams) 21:07; 2, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 21:22; 3, Natalie Pecoraro (FIS) 21:31; 4, Sydney Schneider (Bamb) 21:45; 5, Tally Elbert (Rams) 22:01; 6, Maggie Cutler (Heid) 22:42; 7, Celina Ponte (Wies) 22:44; 8, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 23:02; 9, Meghan Smith (Wies) 23:11; 10, Catherine Leknes (Wies) 23:36.

At PatchBoysTeam scoring—Patch 20, Kaiserslautern 65, Vilseck 92, Mannheim 99, Ansbach 105.Individual leaders—1, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 17:42; 2, Cole Garraghty (Pat) 17:44; 3, Zach Decker (Pat) 18:21; 4, Brandon Crytzer (Pat) 18:31; 5, James Martin (Pat) 18:35; 6, Brandon Lockridge (Pat) 18:38; 7, Rory Sweeney (Pat) 19:05; 8, Adrian Farrell (Ansb) 19:08; 9, Matt Harvey (Kais) 19:22; 10, Brendan Teall (Ansb) 19:23.GirlsTeam scoring—Kaiserslautern 21, Patch 46, Vilseck 59. Ansbach and Mannheim were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Colleen Davis (Kais) 21:28; 2, Amber Core (Kais) 22:20; 3, Emily Ciacca (Kais) 22:40; 4, Emma Andrews (Vils) 23:07; 5, April Peterson (Pat) 23:12; 6, Morgan Lawrence (Kais) 23:21; 7, Kylie Springer (Pat) 23:45; 8, Alexis Harrison (Pat) 23:54; 9, Carlie Core (Kais) 24:06; 10, Payton Bodecker (Vils) 24:13.

At AlconburyBoysTeam scoring—Lakenheath 15. Alconbury and Menwith Hill were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Arxhie Robertson (Lake) 16:20; 2, Sahne Devlin (Alc) 17:15; 3, Patrick Johnson (Lake) 17:55; 4, Joe Sullivan (Lake) 18:33; 5, Derek Franco (Lake) 19:12; 6, Jon Volcheck (Alc) 19:16; 7, Joshua Fernandez (Lake) 19:44; 8, Jasper Surrett (MH) 20:06; 9, Brandon Traywick (Alc) 20:07; 10, Jonathan Grant (MH) 20:07.GirlsTeam scoring—Lakenheath 15. Alconbury and Menwith Hill were incdomplete.Individual leaders—1, Amber Buckingham (Lake) 21:14; 2, Laura Brannon (Lake) 22:09; 3, Molly Martin (Lake) 23:45; 4, Rachel Cranney (Lake) 24:19; 5, Taylor Manske (Lake) 25:31; 6, Courtni Wilkins (Lake) 26:18; 7, Careissa Wilkins (Lake) 27:03; 8, Emily Bean (Alc) 27:56; 9, Hannah Huntingdon (MH) 28:06; 10, Maria O’Connell (Alc) 28:20.

At AOSRBoysTeam scoring—Naples 29, Aviano 33, American Overseas School of Rome 97, Marymount International School of Rome 127, Milan 149, Sigonella incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:16; 2, Adam Thomas (Napl) 17:33; 3, Ian Eversman (Napl) 17:43; 4, Pietro Dinmore (AOSR) 18:00; 5, Troy Reeves (Napl) 18:08; 6, Robert Cavin (Avi) 18:14; 7, Myles Winright (Avi) 18:26; 8, Zach Erskine (Avi) 18:27; 9, Mac Kleven (Napl) 18:48; 10, David Arreguin (Napl) 18:55.GirlsTeam scoring—Naples 28, Aviano 49, American Overseas School of Rome 86, Marymount International School of Rome 95. Milan and Sigonella were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Shannon Cuthbert (Napl) 21:13; 2, Eva Pederson (AOSR) 21:18; 3, Haylea Witz (Napl) 22:05; 4, Caroline Wayne (Mmt) 22:37; 5, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:41; 6, Taylor Roundtree (Avi) 23:26; 7, Katey Chartier (Napl) 23:28; 8, Shannon Marshall (Napl) 23:45; 9, Katie Waller (Napl) 23:50; 10, Adrienne Bryant (Avi) 24:10.

TennisAll matches played Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Individual forfeits not listed but included in team scores. Time permitting, No. 1 singles and doubles are best-of-3 sets; all others single 8-game pro sets. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses.

Ankara at IncirlikAnkara boys 4, Incirlik 0Chris Merrick def. Nate Eaddie 7-6 (8-6), 6-2; Erekle Kaplatadize def. Hayden Morris 9-8 (7-2); San Kilkis and Pablo Marin def. James Inaldo and Cays Moore 6-1, 6-0; Vincent Walker and Benjamin Ramirez def. Hayden Moore and Cody Pritchard 6-4, 7-6 (7-2).Incirlik girls 1, Ankara 0Adriana Thompson def. Elena Papuvishili 6-2, 7-5

AFNORTH at Brussels(Thursday)Brussels boys 7, AFNORTH 0Ryan Bottesini def. Westin McKinney 6-2, 7-5; Tristan Fitch def. Nicolai Dybvad 8-3; Yuri Stanton def. Eric Childs 8-1; Paul Westland def. Markus Samuelsen 8-0; Stanton and Fitch def. McKinney and Dybvad 6-3, 6-4; Westland and Bottesini def. Childs and Samuelsen 8-0.AFNORTH girls 9, Brussels 0Elie Katzensen def. Alexandra McKinney 6-0, 6-1; Taylor BonenClark def. Lauren Finley 8-5; Kayley Harless def. Jennifer Alonso 8-5; Emily Jensen def. Veronica Fox 8-0; Natalia Busuttil def Patricia Rudy 8-0; Grace Katzenson def. Krysten Failing 8-1; E. Katzenson and BonenClark def. Alonso and Finley 6-1, 6-1; Harless and Jensen def. Fox and McVicker 8-1; Busuttil and Sarah Seitz def. Rudy and Failing 8-3.

Ansbach at PatchPatch boys 9, Ansbach 0Jon Lightner def. Damon Adler 6-1, 6-0.Patch girls 9, Ansbach 0Holly Martin def. Maggie Howe 6-0, 6-0.

BFA at HeidelbergHeidelberg boys 9, Black Forest Academy 0James Chase def. Jon Guzik 6-1, 6-1; Cameron Meeker def. Christopher Lockwood 8-0; Darien Ward def. Josh Ellis 8-1; Ryan Gill def.Chris Wilhelm 8-0; Trent Floyd def. Daniel Burnell 8-0; Meeker and Ward def. Ellis and Lockwood 6-0, 6-0; Chase and Gill def. Guzik and Wilhelm 8-0.Heidelberg girls 9, Black Forest Academy 0Andrea Wheatcroft def. Mikala Pelton 6-1, 6-0; Krista Bye-Nagel def. Megan James 8-0; Emily Hall def. Ashling O’Donnell 8-1; Laura Jackson def. Amanda Carey 8-0; Bye-Nagel and Hall def. James and Pelton; 6-1, 6-0; Wheatcroft and Jackson def. O’Donnell and Carey 8-1.

Baumholder at BitburgBitburg boys 9, Baumholder 0Tyler Jakobs def. Van Phillips 6-0, 6-0; Tim Liebig def. Victor Silva 8-0; T. Liebig and John McCrea def. Phillips and Silva 6-0, 6-0.Bitburg girls 9, Baumholder 0Kaitlyn Miller def. Kendra Cameron 6-0, 6-0; Zoe Whitney def. Rachel Money 8-0; Regan Thompson def. Rebecca Lee 8-2; Kelsey Downer def. Angelica Pabon 8-1; Jo Carlisle def. Maya Hale 8-0; Bethany Downer def. Kelly Rene 8-2; Whitney and Thompson def. Money and Lee 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; Miller and K. Downer def. Pabon and Hale 8-1; B. Downer and Varlisle def. Rene and Cameron 8-5.

Lakenheath at AlconburyLakenheath boys 6, Alconbury 3Danny Burroughs (Lake) def. Peter Rydzynski 6-0, 6-0; Ian Armour (Alc) def. Layton Little 8-4; Joey Beach (Lake) def. Ronnie Behr 8-5; Matthew Thrasher (Alc) def. Greg Winkler 8-2; Stewart Davis (Lake) def. Josh Schlappert 8-2; Ben Chatburn (Lake) def. Cameron Perdomo 6-0; Trae Tall and Andrew Cates (Lake) def. Armour and Behr 6-2, 6-3; Rydzybski and Thrasher def. J.D. Green and Carlos Martinez 6-2; Keith Koehler and Caleb Wilson (Lake) def. Perdomo and Francis O’Connell 6-2.Alconbury girls 6, Lakenheath 3Mandy Hand (Alc) def. Meghan Bateman 6-2, 6-4; Ashley Hand (Alc) def. Kayla Shouey 8-4; Samantha Serd (Lake) def. Rhiannon Crump 8-5; Meagan Adams (Lake) def. Katherine Glad 9-8 (7-3); Kyra Schultz (Alc) def. Erica Ripley 8-5; Kelli Braun (Lake) def. Kathleen Keenan 8-1; Ciara Ryan and Gabryela Gargis (Lake) def. A. Hand and Taylor Malcolm 6-0, 6-3; M. Hand and Crump def. Asia Gillam and Kelli Goode 6-0; Glad and Schultz def. Megan Marquardt and Britta Hedstrom 6-1.

Wiesbaden at KaiserslauternWiesbaden boys 6, Kaiserslautern 3Evin Alarilla (Wies) def. Erik Langholz 6-1, 6-1; Chris Jastrab (Kais) def. Arman Alarilla 8-3; Jeffrey Holt (Wies) def. Patrick Tremaglio 8-0; Mario De La Guardia (Wies) def. Eli Crouch 8-6; Coream Richardson (Wies) def. Christian Randolph 8-6; Chris Jimenez (Kais) def. Vince Matsayko 8-4; A. Alarilla and Holt def. Jastrab and Tremaglio 6-0, 6-2; E. Alrilla and De La Guardia def. Langholz and Randolph 8-1; Crouch and Jimenez (Kais) def. Richardsoon and (first name unavailable) Johnson 8-2.Wiesbaden girls 5, Kaiserslautern 4Mehgan Eaker (Kais) def. Jill Fredrickson 6-0, 6-1; Ashley Charles (Wies) def. Mekinna Rahn 8-2; Kelsey Smith (Wies) def. Meghan Abbott 8-2; Apryl Jackson (Wies) def. Rebekkah Bingham 8-5; Hannah Schenk (Kais) def. Cate Boardman 8-3; Heather Boehme (Wies) def. Kelsey Dowling 9-8 (8-6); Charles and Fredrickson def. Rahn and Abbott 7-6 (7-4), 6-4; Eaker and Bingham def. Jackson and Smith 8-3; Schenk and Dowling def. Peyton Smith and Ashley Acevedo 8-4.

SHAPE at ISBInternational School of Brussels boys 6, SHAPE 3Nikolay Gospodinov (SHP) def. Gerard Salvador 6-4, 6-2; Andrei Mavris (SHP) def. Brady Covington 8-5; Juan dela Torre (SHP) def. Shota Shindo 9-8 (7-2); Brice Tanner (ISB) def. Tomislav Loborec 8-1; Asgeiv Hallgrimson (ISB) def. Andres Carillo 8-3; Covington and Shindo def. Mavris and dela Torre 4-6, 7-6 (7-3); 6-4; Shotaro Shobu and Tanner (ISB) def. Gospodinov and Loborec 8-5.SHAPE girls 6, International School of Brussels 3Ana Torrijos (ISB) def, Svenja Jansen 9-8 (7-5); Panna Balla (SHP) def., Alessandra Lochen 8-6; Ellen Campany (SHP) def. Hikari Ishimura 8-3; Rachel Cogny (ISB) def. Selena Suparman 8-6; Torrijos and Lochen def. Balla and Campany 6-5, 6-4; Jansen and Suparman def. Ishimura and Cogny 8-6.

Bamberg at HohenfelsBamberg boys 7, Hohenfels 2Andy Kim (Bamb) def. Rene Bouorgeois 6-1, 6-2; Miguel Guevarra (Bamb) def. Andy Mulvihill 8-5; Kaleb Stevenson (Bamb) Matt Fisher 9-8 (tiebreaker score unavailable); T.J. DiFiore (Bamb) def. Stephen Schafer 8-6; Zac Wood (Hoh) def. Trent Harvey 8-5; Alex Ruiz (Bamb) def. Nic Dominguez 8-2; Mulvihill and Fisher def. DiFiore and Guevarra 7-5, 6-2; Kim and Stevenson def. Bourgeois and Schafer 8-5; Harvey and Ruiz def. Wood and Dominguez 8-4.Hohenfels girls 5, Bamberg 2Casey Leon (Hoh) def. Charlotte Woods 4-6, 6-3, 6-3; Lauren Sink (Bamb) def. Kat Harp 8-0; Erin Redden (Hoh) def. Oumou Kaba 8-1; Allison Moczynski (Hoh) def. Elaine Tagaloguin 8-4; Leon and Harp def. Woods and Sink 6-4, 6-3; Redden and Moczynski def. Kaba and Tagaloguin 8-4.

Editor’s noteAll information used to compile high school reports is provided by home-team coaches and staffs at each event.

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