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Heidelberg's Julie Caldwell, second from left, leads the runners off into a new cross country season in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Caldwell won the race in 22 minutes, 40 seconds ahead of teammate Lauren Brousseau and Alison Ochoa of Wiesbaden. Heidelberg won the girls team comeptition, with Wiesbaden second and Baumholder third.
Heidelberg's Julie Caldwell, second from left, leads the runners off into a new cross country season in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Caldwell won the race in 22 minutes, 40 seconds ahead of teammate Lauren Brousseau and Alison Ochoa of Wiesbaden. Heidelberg won the girls team comeptition, with Wiesbaden second and Baumholder third. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Heidelberg's Julie Caldwell, second from left, leads the runners off into a new cross country season in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Caldwell won the race in 22 minutes, 40 seconds ahead of teammate Lauren Brousseau and Alison Ochoa of Wiesbaden. Heidelberg won the girls team comeptition, with Wiesbaden second and Baumholder third.
Heidelberg's Julie Caldwell, second from left, leads the runners off into a new cross country season in Wiesbaden on Saturday. Caldwell won the race in 22 minutes, 40 seconds ahead of teammate Lauren Brousseau and Alison Ochoa of Wiesbaden. Heidelberg won the girls team comeptition, with Wiesbaden second and Baumholder third. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Heidelberg's Julie Caldwell, on her way to a win.
Heidelberg's Julie Caldwell, on her way to a win. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Fort Baudoin of International School of Brussels won the boys' cross country event in Wiesbaden on Saturday with a time of 17 minutes, 34 seconds. Blake Linford of Heidelberg was second. Heidelberg won the boys team competition, Wiesbaden was second and ISB third.
Fort Baudoin of International School of Brussels won the boys' cross country event in Wiesbaden on Saturday with a time of 17 minutes, 34 seconds. Blake Linford of Heidelberg was second. Heidelberg won the boys team competition, Wiesbaden was second and ISB third. (Michael Abrams / S&S)

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Cross country(All races 5,000 meters and run Saturday)

Aviano

Boys Team scoring—Aviano 17, Milan 46, Vicenza incomplete.1, Dan Slade (Avi) 17:11 (School record, old record 17:14 by Steven Hudson 2004); 2, Sean Wilson (Avi) 18:35; 3, Thomas Todd (Avi) 19:11; 4, Hirotaka Katayamo (Mil) 19:19; 5, Mark Corpuz (Avi) 19:47; 6, Michael Brown (Avi) 20:11; 7, Nicho Eggers (Avi) 20:16; 8, Shunsuka Katayamo (Mil) 21:19; 9, Gakuike Jaya (Mil) 21:48; 10, Andy Kunis (Avi) 21:52.

Girls Team scoring—Aviano 15. Miland and Vicenza incomplete.1, Shelby Yoakum (Avi) 21:40; 2, Sasia Salter-Mack (Avi) 23:19; 3, Stefanie Collier (Avi) 23:23; 4, Dene-LeBouef (Avi) 23:53; 5, Olivia Blanco (Avi) 24:00; 6, April Petersen (Vicz) 24:31; 7, Bradie Dwenger (Avi) 24:47; 8, Michelle McCollom (Avi) 25:18; 9, Ariel Niznik (Avi) 26:01; 10, Makayla Boyd (Avi) 26:25.

Ramstein

Boys Team scoring—Ramstein 15, Kaiserslautern 57, Brussels 68, Bitburg incomplete.1, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 16:53; 2, Kelis Secrest (Rams) 17:04; 3, Ryan Poock (Bitb) 18:25; 4, Walker Nikolaus (Rams) 18:35; 5, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 18:45; 6, Will Barnes (Rams) 18:50; 7, Laz Ramos (Rams) 18:53; 8, Alex Cunningham (Kais) 19:07; 9, Matt Lein (Rams) 19:21; 10, Jimmy Russel (Brus) 19:26.

Girls Team scoring—Ramstein 30, Bitburg 37, Kaiserslautern 63, Brussels incomplete.1, Sandra Davidson (Bitb) 22:00; 2, Rachel Poock (Bitb) 22:22; 3, Jade Thrasher (Bitb) 22:27; 4, Stephanie Polzer (Rams) 22:37; 5, Victoria Lyle (Rams) 23:05; 6, Krystal Webb (Rams) 23:07; 7, Caroline Nikolaus (Rams) 23:18; 8, Elizabeth Doe (Rams) 23:19; 9, Alyx Miser (Kais) 24:04; 10, Alexis Gomez (Rams) 24:07.

Hohenfels

Boys Team scoring—Patch 18, Vilseck 46, Ansbach 78. Hohenfels, Würzburg and Bamberg incomplete.1, Ross Paxton (Pat) 20:52; 2, Francais Beaudette (Pat) 21:06; 3, Mike Adams (Pat) 21:12; 4, Zack Griffiths (Pat) 21:20; 5, P.J. Cruz (Vils) 21:29; 6, Justin Parker (Pat) 21:49; 7, Zack Green (Vils) 21:50; 8, Zachery Decker (Pat) 21:54; 9, Matt Clidas (Wzbg) 22:01; 10, Josh Simpson (Wzbg) 22:17.

Girls Team scoring—Patch 18, Vilseck 42. Ansbach, Bamberg, Hohenfels and Würzburg incomplete.1, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 22:47 (course record, old record 23:00 by Redmond, 2006); 2, Kate Gambel (Pat) 24:59; 3, Amber Core (Vils) 25:10; 4, Megan Louk (Pat) 25:11; 5, Kelly McRavin (Pat) 25:18; 6, Kristen bender (Pat) 25:47; 7, Shamyra Coleman (Vils) 26:01; 8, Patricia Payton (Bamb) 26:51; 9, Rachel Koenig (Pat) 27:49; 10, Tamara Hollis (Vils) 28:11.

Wiesbaden

Boys Team scoring—Heidelberg 39, Wiesbaden 49, International School of Brussels 50, Frankfurt International School 7. Baumholder and Mannheim incomplete.1, Fort Baudoin (ISB) 17:34; 2, Blake Langford (Heid) 18:09; 3, Arley Moreloch (FIS) 18:10; 4, Bason Hiles (ISB) 18:45; 5, Kyle Murray (Wies) 19:15; 6, John Hoffman (Heid) 19:25; 7, Clark Fredrickson (Wies) 19:26; 8, Alex Cornelius (Mann) 19:36; 9, Alan Grey (Wies) 19:47; 10, Brandt Langford (Heid) 19:49.

Girls Team scoring—Heidelberg 20, Wiesbaden 35, Baumholder 65. ISB, FIS and Mannheim were incomplete.1, Julie Caldwell (Heid) 22:40; 2, Lauren Brousseau (Heid) 23:23; 3, Alison Ochoa (Wies) 23:35; 4, Antje Schwarz (ISB) 23:36; 5, Jennifer Amos (Mann) 23:55; 6, Anna Cressler (Mann) 24:07; 7, Iva Reece (Heid) 24:11; 8, Svenja Schwarz (ISB) 24:12; 9, Aubree Reichel (Wies) 24:26; 10, Heather Barlow (Heid) 24:34.

Tennis(All matches Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Individual forfeits not listed. No. 1s play best-of-3; others 8-game pro set unless shortened by agreement).

Patch at Bitburg

Patch boys 9, Bitburg 0 Zach Schoonover def. Tim Liebig 6-0, 6-0; Sean Crowley def. Tyler Jacobs 8-1; Jacob Schoonover def. Greg Combass 8-0; Kevin Yatsko def. Timmy Merrill 8-0; Charles Schoonover def. Jeeno Miranda 8-1; Robert Paxton def. Sven Livingston 8-1; J. Schoonover and Crowley def. Liebig and Combass 6-0, 6-0; Yasko and Z. Schoonover def. Jacobs and Merrill 8-2; Paxton and C. Schoonover def. Miranda and Livingston 8-2.

Patch girls 9, Bitburg 0 Jennifer Wadas def. Gabriella Reagan 6-0, 6-0; Donna Smales def. Sarafina Harper 8-4; Wadas and Smales def. Reagan and Harper 7-6 (7-4), 6-0.

Brussels at AFNORTH

(Third sets played as tiebreakers)

Brussels boys 8, AFNORTH 1 Seth Meitzner (AFN) def. Nick Bottesini 3-6, 6-3, 7-3; Yuri Stanton (Brus) def. Mathias Naess 8-1; Mike Grennek (Brus) def. Erland Morch 8-2; Ryan Bottesini (Brus) def. Marcus Samuelson 6-0; Scott Stewart (Brus) def. Spencer Hyland 6-2; Garrett Dolin and Tristan Fitch (Brus) def. Naess and Samuelson 9-8 (7-3); Meiler Balog and Paul Westland (Brus) def. Morch and Hyland 8-3.

Brussels girls 5, AFNORTH 4 Brianna Fitch (Brus) def. Heather Acre 7-5, 4-6, 9-7; Melanie Seitz (AFN) def. Hanta Thomas 8-2; Stephanie Seitz (AFN) def. Carissa Ryan 8-4; Elie Katzenson (AFN) def. Allie Lynch 6-2; Katie Van Maldeghem (Brus) def. Victoria Stansted 6-4; Acre and M. Seitz def. Fitch and Thomas 7-5, 6-3; Ryan and Lynch def. S. Seitz and Katzenson 8-6.

SHAPE at Lakenheath

(Friday)

Lakenheath boys 7, SHAPE 2 Cavan Cohoes (Lake) def. Billy Bumgardner 6-0, 7-5; Malte Jakschis (SHP) def. Cameron Gill 8-5; Tyler Poppenwimer (Lake) def. Adam Spaulding 8-1; Josh San Augustin (Lake) def. Manuel Bujan 8-0; Jalschis and Bumgardner (SHP) def. Danny Burroughs and Gill 6-3, 6-2; Alex MacWilliams and Trae Tall (Lake) def. Spaulding and Bujan 8-2.

SHAPE girls 5, Lakenheath 4 Krista Citkovska (SHP) def. Molly Martin 6-0, 6-0; Ilena Jansen (SHP) def. Kathryn Barber 8-4; Svenja Jansen (SHP) def. Ariell Buffett 8-0; Ciara Ryan (Lake) def. Panna Balla 8-6; Annamarie Pontius (Lake) def. Sovy Chhan 8-4; Brittany Latham (Lake) def. Natalia Gackova 8-2; I. Jansen and S. Jansen def. Michelle Sullivan and Julia Novak 6-2, 6-4; Michelle Reese and Gabby Gargis (Lake) def. Nicolette Cook and Emma Hagen 8-2; Balla and Aminah Kenyatta (SHP) def. Bre Basnett and Trish Hoyt 8-5.

Vilseck at Bamberg

Vilseck boys 9, Bamberg 0 Zach Skells def. David Cormier 6-0, 6-0; Kevin Taylor def. T.J. Difiore 8-1; Nolan Stark def. Alex Morris 8-0; Taylor and Z. Skells def. Difiore and Morris 6-0, 6-0.

Vilseck girls 6, Bamberg 3 Gabby Westerman (Bamb) def. Katherine Schaffer 6-2, 6-3; Sofia Engel def. April Faezelle 8-1; Leah Beilhart (Vils) def. Jocelyn Bright Smith 8-1; Amber Hendricks (Vils) def. Oumou Kaba 8-0; Thea Dunn (Vils) def. Alexandria Brown 8-1; Alannah Babauta (Vils) def. Alexis Smith 8-0; Westerman and Engel def. Faezelle and Hendricks 6-1, 6-0; Schaffer and Beilhart def. Bright Smith and Kaba 8-0; Turner and Babauta 8-2.

Würzburg at Hohenfels

Hohenfels boys 5, Würzburg 1 Ryan Matherson (Hoh) def. Sean Danganan 4-6, 7-5, 6-2; Brandon Danganan (Wzbg) def. Shaun Redden 8-6; Matherson and Redden def. S. Dangannan and B. Danganan 6-4, 6-2.

Hohenfels girls 4, Würzburg 3 Vicky Cullum (Hoh) def. Stephanie Montano 6-3, 6-4; Kelli Montano (Wzbg) def. Alicia Moczynski 8-1; Amanda Biggins (Wzbg) def. Rebecca Matheson 8-3; S. Montano and K. Montano def. Cullum and Moczynski 6-2, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable).

Kaiserlslautern at Heidelberg

Heidelberg boys 8, Kaiserslautern 1 Nick Garcia (Heid) def. Deven Smith 6-0, 6-0; Chad Perkins (Heid) def. John Frank 8-1; Darien Ward (Heid) Don Baumgartner 9-7; Jon Stephens (Heid) def. Michael Boone 8-4; Ian Conors (Heid) def. Lewis Robertson 8-1; Andrew Stephens (Heid) def. Ben Stevens 8-3; Perkins and Ward def. Smith and Frank 6-1, 6-1; Garcia and A, Stephens def. Robertson and Stevens 8-5; Boone and Baumgartner def., J. Stephens and Connors 8-4.

Heidelberg girls 9, Kaiserlsautern 0 Chelsea Cotter def. Rachel Seachris 4-6, 6-2, 6-2; Ali Perez def. Katelyn Bader 8-0; Andrea Wheatcroft def. Ashley Meeder 8-2; Caitlin Barrow def. Analeise Crum 8-1; Nikki Ecenrode and Perez def. Seachris and Meeder 6-1, 6-0, 6-0; Ashley Mersereau and (first name unavailable) Jost def. Bader and Crum 8-0.

Wiesbaden at Ramstein

Ramstein boys 9, Wiesbaden 0 Sean Stokstad def. Patrick Barrenechea 6-2, 6-0; Clay Marquardt def. Ian McKinney 8-1; Eric Radvanyi def. Tahji Peebles 8-1; Brian Kelley def. Tanner Thayer 8-0; Mike Fisher def. Aram Alarilla 8-0; Matt Mol def. Greg Donalson 8-2; Marquardt and Radvanyi def. McKinney and Peebles 6-1, 6-0; Stokstad and Fisher def. Barrenechea and Thayer 8-3; Kelley and Wilson def. Alarilla and Donalson 8-1.

Ramstein girls 9, Wiesbaden 0 Linndsey Jones def. Nancy Jensen 6-1, 6-2; Brittany Goodwin def. Lisa Enokawa 8-5; Jacqueline LeMarche def. Jessica Smith 8-2; Katie Snell def. Raven Harris 8-5; Kelly Conrad def. Sarah Kempner 8-4; Megan Kirts def. Maorgan Partin 8-0; Conrad and Godwin def. Jensen and Smith 6-4, 6-4; Jones and LeMarche def. Enokawa and Harris 8-5; Snell and Kirst def. Kempner and Partin 8-1.

Marymount at Naples

Naples 6, Marymount 2 Boys—Ryan Umstaedter (Naples) def. Giorgio DeGiuseppe 6-2, 6-3; Alex Trobetto and Zein Nour (Mmt) def. Mike Brew and Alex Skelton 6-0, 6-0.

Girls—Martina Diana (Mmt) def. Ashley Martinez 6-1, 0-6, 6-1; Dominique Aljabi (Napl) def. Madelein Luhiller 8-6; Monica Giddens and Kate Mooney (Napl) def. Aine Tyrell and Camille Luhillier 6-0, 6-1.

Milan at Aviano

Milan boys 4, Aviano 0 Philip Mohseni def. Ruben Gonzalez 6-4, 6-3; Stefan Jovanovic def. Carter Hoffman 8-2; David Dubetz def. John Pfeffer 8-5; Mike Wallace and Peter Firouzbakht def. Alec Gonzalez and Jamie Weum 6-3, 2-6, 6-4.

Aviano girls 1, Milan 0 Crystal DeLaPaz def. Diana Lorusso 8-2.

Vicenza at Aviano

Aviano boys 1, Milan 1 Donovan Houston (Vicz) def. A. Gonzalez 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable); R. Gonzalez and Joshua Champfield (Avi) def. Steven Vetarbo and Darren Eldridge 6-1, 6-1.

Aviano girls 2, Vicenza 0 DeLaPaz and Alysa Fellows def. Jessica Holland and Natalie Wood 6-0, 6-0; Nikki Weaver def. Wood 8-0.

Vicenza vs. Milan

(at Aviano)

Milan boys 3, Vicenza 0 Mohseni def. Houston 6-4, 6-3; Jovanovic def. Vetarbo 8-2; Dubetz def. Darren Eldridge 8-1.

Milan girls 2, Vicenza 0 Elena Churlova def. Holland 6-0, 6-0; Lorusso def. Cristina Buffington 9-7.

Naples 5, Sigonella 3

(at Naples)

Boys—Alex Diehl and David Durbin (Napl) def. Terry Duges and Miguel Dominado 8-1.

Girls—Martinez def. Monica O’Hearn 8-4; Hannah Brand (Sig) def. Kate McCormick 8-6; Valentina Lee and Rachel Yarrow (Naple) def. Katie Arreola and Jessica Agitar 8-1.

Naples 6, AOSR 2

(at Naples)

Boys—Umstaedter def. Neal Thakkow 6-3, 6-3; Alex Tenme and Todd Kopf (AOSR) def. Brew and Skelton 8-2.

Girls—Carmine Tuccillo and Valera D’Alteria (AOSR) def. Giddens and Mooney 8-4.

Marymount 4, Sigonella 1

(at Naples)

Boys—De Giuseppe def. James Decker 9-7; Trombetto and Nour def Duges and Dominado 6-0, 6-0.

Girls—Dianna def. O’Hearn 8-1; Luhillier def. Brand 8-1; Tucillo and D’Alteria def. Tyrell and Hulier 8-2.

GolfIndividual scoring is modified Stableford, awarding one point for double bogey, two for bogey, three for par, four for birdie and six for eagle or ace. Team scores are combined totals of top four boys and top two girls:

Ramstein

(Friday)

Boys Team scoring—Ramstein 151, Kaiserslautern 101, Baumholder 40, Bitburg 36, Wiesbaden 13.Individual leaders—1, Kevin Langford (Rams) 40 points; 2, Craig Herron (Rams) 39; 3, Jon Collet (Rams) 36; 4, Gavon Byrd (Rams) 36; 5, Jeremy Gurr (Kais) 35; 6, Derek Sanchez (Rams) 32.Closest to pin—Collet.Longest drive—Byrd.

Girls Team scoring—Ramstein 55, Kaiserslautern 26, Wiesbaden 15, Baumholder 4, Bitburg 0.Individual leaders—1, Elizabeth Ward (Rams) 33; 2, Barbara Burriss (Kais) 26; 3, Patsy Young (Rams) 10; 4, Petra Shubert (Wies) 9; 5, Toni Gaisford (Rams) 8; 6, Vicky Leavitt (Kais) 6.Closest to pin—Leavitt.Longest drive—Chelsea Hall (Baum).

Patch

(Wednesday)

Boys Team scoring—Patch 83, Heidelberg 58, Vilseck 33.Individual leaders—1, Chris McGill (Pat) 30; 2, (tie) Christian Jarrard (Pat) and Jon Klinner (Heid) 24 each.Closest to pin—Klinner.Longest drive—McGill.

Girls

Team scoring—Heidelberg 33, Vilseck 22, Patch 17.Individual leaders—1, Stevi Hood (Vils) 17; 2, Lara Habel (Pat) 16, Sarah Fowler (Heid) 10.Closest to pin—Caitlin Donnelly (Heid).Longest drive—Sophie Baer (Vils).

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