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Ramstein’s Lindsey Jones returns a shot Saturday during her 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory over Bitburg’s Kaitlyn Miller in Bitburg.
Ramstein’s Lindsey Jones returns a shot Saturday during her 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory over Bitburg’s Kaitlyn Miller in Bitburg. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Ramstein’s Lindsey Jones returns a shot Saturday during her 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory over Bitburg’s Kaitlyn Miller in Bitburg.
Ramstein’s Lindsey Jones returns a shot Saturday during her 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory over Bitburg’s Kaitlyn Miller in Bitburg. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Bitburg’s Tyler Jakobs slams the ball back across the net Saturday during his match against Ramstein’s Clay Marquardt in Bitburg. Jakobs won the home match 2-6, 7-5, 6-3.
Bitburg’s Tyler Jakobs slams the ball back across the net Saturday during his match against Ramstein’s Clay Marquardt in Bitburg. Jakobs won the home match 2-6, 7-5, 6-3. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Bitburg's Tim Liebig watches his return sail over the net in his match against Ramstein's Daniel Scott. Liebig won the match 8-5.
Bitburg's Tim Liebig watches his return sail over the net in his match against Ramstein's Daniel Scott. Liebig won the match 8-5. (Michael Abrams / S&S)

Editor’s noteThe DODDS-Europe Web site was not working Saturday and Stars and Stripes had received few e-mail accounts of high school sports events by deadline.All information used to compile high school reports is provided by home-team coaches and staffs at each event.

Volleyball(Varsity plays best-of-5; JV best-of-3)BoysSaturday at NaplesNaples def. Aviano 23-25, 17-25, 25-23, 25-17, 15-9Saturday at AOSRVicenza def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-23, 25-11, 20-25, 26-24GirlsSaturday at NaplesNaples def. Aviano 19-25, 25-5, 23-25, 25-19, 15-13Noteworthy—Jasmine Mailoto made 11 kills for Aviano. Naples’ Rachel Richardson posted "strong blocking game," according to Naples volunteer coach Gennaro Esposito.Saturday at AOSRVicenza def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-17, 22-25, 25-21, 25-20Saturday at HohenfelsVilseck def. Hohenfels 18-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-19Noteworthy—Erica Nash served 20-of-22 for Hohenfels, which got 11 kills from Kayla Starnes and 5 kills and 3 blocks from Artasia Hall.Saturday at BrusselsSHAPE def. Brussels 25-11, 25-16, 25-22Noteworthy—Edite Bauska had 9 kills and 10 assists for SHAPE, which got 11 assists, 4 aces and 7 kills from Lienne Bauska and 7 kills and 4 assists from Kristina De la Cruz. Brussels got 5 solo blocks from Kathleen Anderson, 6 digs from Alexis Eperjesi and 4 assists from Claire Rumery.Wiesbaden def. Brussels 18-25, 25-14, 25-23, 25-18Noteworthy—Wanda Jerry had 14 assists for Wiesbaden, which got 11 kills and 3 assists from LeAmber Thomas and 9 kills from Ashley Smith. Anderson had 7 kills, 6 solo blocks and 6 digs for Brussels, which got 5 digs from Anika Rumery and 3 digs and 3 kills from Eperjesi.SHAPE def. Wiesbaden 20-25, 25-21, 25-20, 25-23.Noteworthy—L. Bauska posted 34 assists and 17 kills for SHAPE. E. Bauska handed out 22 assists, made 12 kills and served 6 aces. Jerry posted 18 assists for Wiesbaden, which got 12 kills from Thomas and 8 from Smith. Thomas served 5 aces.Wiesbaden JV def. SHAPE JV 25-20, 23-25, 15-9Saturday at BambergPatch def. Bamberg 25-23, 25-19, 25-17Heidelberg def. Patch 13-25, 23-25, 25-12, 25-20, 15-7Heidelberg def. Bamberg 15-25, 25-17, 25-18, 25-19Noteworthy—On the day, Claralyn Burt had 17 kills for Patch, which got 9 kills from Abby McConnell. Bamberg got 10 blocks and 4 kills from Morgan Leudtke and 5 aces from Jenna Cepe in its two matches. Heidelberg’s Allison Gunch had 12 kills and 5 blocks against Patch.Cross country(All races were 5,000 meters and run Saturday)At MannheimBoysTeam scoring—Heidelberg 28, Mannheim 35, Bamberg incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Alex Cornelius (Mann) 16:20 (Course record. Old record 16:32 by Chris Wert, Mannheim, 2005); 2, Jaron Henninger (Heid) 17:39; 3, Adam Cornelius (Mann) 18:41; 4, Billy Amos (Mann) 19:31; 5, Brian Hannum (Heid) 19:32; 6, Zach Smith (Heid) 19:48; 7, Andrew Bean (Heid) 29:48; 8, Erick Boyd (Heid) 19:50; 9, Ian Hall (Heid) 20:02; 10, Michael Shaw (Heid) 20:25GirlsTeam scoring—Heidelberg 15. Bamberg and Mannheim were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 20:26; 2, Sydney Schneider (Bamb) 20:46; 3, Maggie Cutler (Heid) 21:05; 4, Stephanie Barlow (Heid) 21:24; 5, Daniell LaFleur (Mann) 21:37; 6, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 21:55; 7, Kerry O’Brien (Heid) 22:02; 8, Amme Feggen (Heid) 22:03; 9, Ashley Ross (Heid) 23:42; 10, Katie Haase (Heid) 24:43.At HohenfelsBoysTeam scoring—Patch 20, Vilseck 53, Ansbach 66. Hohenfels and Munich International School were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Cole Garraghty (Pat) 18:25; 2, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 18:37; 3, Zach Decker (Pat) 18:57; 4, Christian Ausen (Hoh) 19:17; 5, Brandon Lockeridge (Pat) 19:19; 6, James Martin (Pat) 19:29; 7, Aidan Farrell (Ansb) 19:31; 8, Brandon Crytzer (Pat) 19:35; 9, Joshua Taylor (Pat) 20:03; 10, Sage Thornbrugh (Vils) 20:06GirlsTeam scoring—Patch 16, Vilseck 43. Ansbach, Hohenfels and MIS were incomplete,.Individual leaders—1, Katherine Castro (Pat) 21:35; 2, Ania Dnikiewicz (MIS) 22:43; 3, Courtney Crytzer (Pat) 23:39; 4, Alexis Harrison (Pat) 23:56; 5, April Peterson (Pat) 24:05; 6, Payton Boyodecker (Vils) 24:10; 7, Hayley Faruqui (Pat) 24:27; 8, Kylie Springer (Pat) 24:43; 9, Adrianna Massey (Pat) 24:54; 10, Amelia McConnell (Pat) 24:55.Vicenza at AOSRBoysTeam scoring—American Overseas School of Rome 27, Vicenza 28Individual leaders—1, Pietro Dinmore (AOSR) 18:40; 2, Tyler Holderby (Vicz) 19:47; 3, Thomas Nantz (Vicz) 20:41; 4, Peter Oppenheim (AOSR) 20:57; 5, Tigist Dinba (AOSR) 20:59; 6, Zach Dickens (Vicz) 21:14; 7, Levi Freeman (AOSR) 21:42; 8, Michael di Oliveria (Vicz) 22:54; 9, Kyle Wood (Vicz) 22:57; 10, Richard Barad (AOSR) 23:44GirlsTeam scoring—Vicenza 27, American Overseas School of Rome 28Individual leaders—1, Eva Pederson AOSR (22:03); 2, Sarah Heryford (Vicz) 24:01; 3, Elizabeth Buffington (Vicz) 26:45; 4, Aryn J. Cade (Vicz) 27:42; 5, Alice Grimelli (AOSR) 28:13; 6, Danielle Maldonado (AOSR) 28:37; 7, Star Siliquini (AOSR) 28:47; 8, Maya Swinehart (Vicz) 28:57; 9, Amelia Bergeson (AOSR) 29:35; 10, Halley Gilleran (Vicz) 31:18

Tennis(All matches Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Individual forfeits not listed but included in Team scoring. Time permitting, teams play best-of-3 sets for No. 1 singles and doubles; all others are single 8-game sets. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses)ISB at Brussels(Thursday)International School of Brussels Boys 7, Brussels 2Ryan Bottesini (Brus) def. Gerard Salvador 7-5, 2-6, 7-6 (10-8); Brady Covington (ISB) def. Tristan Fitch 8-1; Yuri Stanton (Brus) def. Charles Archambeau 9-8 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Miguel Vega (ISB) def. Paul Westland 8-5; Asgeiv Hallgrimson (ISB) def. Stephen Vetarbo 8-1; Covington and Shota Shindo (ISB) def. Bottesini and Fitch 7-6 (7-4) 6-4; Brice Tanner and Javier Vega (ISB) def. Stanton and Westland 9-7International School of Brussels Girls 9, Brussels 0Tamara Castells def. Alexandra McVicker 6-3, 6-3; Ana Torrijos def. Lauren Finley 8-2; Blandine Pairet def. Jennifer Alonso 8-0; Hikari Ishimura def. Veronica Fox 8-0; Lois Otts def. Patricia Rudy 8-3; Claire Dufournier def. Krysten Failing 8-0; Torrijos and Pairet def. McVicker and Finley 6-3, 6-3; Alessandra Lochen and Mio Asaine def. Alonso and Fox 8-1; Castells and Rachel Cogny def. Rudy and Failing 8-0Ansbach at Bamberg(Wednesday)Bamberg Boys 7, Ansbach 2Andy Kim (Bamb) def. Damon Adler 6-3, 6-0; Miguel Guevarra (Bamb) def. Alex Dowdy 8-0; Kyle Stadler (Ansb) def. Kaleb Stevenson 8-6; Adler and Dowdy def. Trent Harvey and T.J. DiFirore 6-0, 6-0Bamberg Girls 5, Ansbach 2Charlotte Woods (Bamb) def. Naomi Traylor 6-1, 6-0; Lauren Sink (Bamb) def. Maggie Howe 8-3; Oumou Kaba (Bamb) def. Samantha Johnson 8-1; Chamonix Jung (Ansb) def. Elaine Tagaloguin 8-3; Briana Plata (Bamb) def. Susanna Fink 8-1; Woods and Sink def. Traylor and Howe 6-2, 6-1; Jung and Johnson def. Kaba and Tagaloguin 8-4Ansbach at BFAAnsbach Boys 4, Black Forest Academy 0Adler def. Christopher Lockwood 7-5, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Dowdy def. Max Goss 8-5; Dowdy and Stadler def. Goss and Lockwood 8-4Ansbach Girls 5, Black Forest Academy 3Mikala Pelton (BFA) def. Traylor 1-6, 6-4, 7-6 (11-9); Megan James (BFA) def. Mowe 8-1; Johnson def. Amanda Carey 8-0; Pelton and James def. Johnson and Jung 8-3

Golf(Thursday. Scoring is modified Stableford, awarding 1 point for double-bogey, 2 for bogey, 3 for par, 4 for birdie and 6 for eagle or ace. Team points are combined scores for top four; at least two Girls are required for a complete Girls team.)Ramstein ShootoutBoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 144, Kaiserslautern 124, SHAPE 94, Bitburg 37, Baumholder 33Individual leaders—Jordan Linder (Rams) 39; 2, Tyler Breen (Rams) 38; Mackenzie Bradley (Kais) 35; 4, James Cho (Rams) 34; 5, Drew Guffey (Rams) 33; 6, Michael Williams (Kais) 32Longest drive—Zach Price (SHP) 249 yardsClosest to the pin—Joshua Ehrich (SHP)GirlsTeam scoring—UnavailableIndividual leaders—Elizabeth Ward (Rams) 30; 2, Vikki Leavitt (Kais) 23; 3, Taylor Honnlee (Rams) 21; 4, Sydney Honnlee (Rams) 14; 5, Kayla Eck (Rams) 13; 6, Alexandria Forzalo (Kais) 10Longest drive—Ward, 231 yardsClosest to the pin—WardAt VilseckBoysTeam scoring—UnavailableIndividual leaders—1, Lucas Clark (Heidelberg) 44; 2, Mike Baltich (Heid) 40, 3, Ryan Brady (Patch) 38Longest drive—Jordan Phelps (Pat)Closest to the pin—BradyGirlsTeam scoring—UnavailableIndividual leaders—1, Hollie Salvo (Wiesbaden) 33; 2, Victoria Kander (Vilseck) 16; 3, Rachel Vandebos (Heidelberg; score unavailable)Longest drive—Cailin Ballard (Patch)Closest to the pin—None

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