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

AvianoBoysTeam scoring—Patch 27, Aviano 55, Naples 61, Vilseck 101.1, John Markman (Napl) 16:26; 2, Daniel Slade (Avi) 16:44 (School record. Old record 17:11 by Slade on Sept. 15, 2007); 3, Ross Paxon (Pat) 17:34; 4, Michael Adams (Pat) 17:55; 5, Francis Beaudette (Pat) 17:57; 6, Kyle Mears (Nap) 18:05; 7, Braden McGregor (Pat) 18:10; 8, Zach Griffith (Pat) 18:30; 9, John Mark Farlett (Pat) 18:31; 10, Thomas Todd (Avi) 18:36.GirlsTeam scoring—Patch 20, Aviano 51, Naples 64, Vilseck incomplete.1, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 19:26 (Course record. Old record 20:00 by Kaci Schoen, Naples, Oct. 7, 2006); 2, Shelby Yoakum (Avi) 20:33 (ties her school record set Oct. 7, 2006); 3, Amber Core (Vils) 20:53; 4, Cait Gamble (Pat) 21:11; 5, Kelly McRaven (Pat) 21:12; 6, Kristin Bender (Pat) 21:37; 7, Shamyra Coleman (Vils) 21:42; 8, Shannon Cuthbert (Napl) 21:46; 9, Meghan Louk (Pat) 21:50; 10, Cailtlin Eckert (Napl) 22:02.

SHAPEBoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 17, Lakenheath 60, SHAPE 85, Brussels 116, St. John's of Brussels 120. Alconbury and Menwith Hill incomplete.1, Kelis Secrest (Rams) 16:09; 2, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 16:13; 3, Walker Nikolaus (Rams) 17:14; 4, Jimmy Russell (Brus) 17:34; 5, Matt Lein (Rams) 17:40; 6, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 17:50; 7, John Green (SHP) 17:51; 8, Josh Hoffman (Lake) 17:54; 9, Will Barnes (Rams) 17:54; 10, Chris Fraser (Lake) 18:05.GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 32, Lakenheath 51, St. John’s of Brussels 60, SHAPE 94, Menwith Hill 130. Alconbury and Brussels incomplete.1, Naike Piccolo (StJ) 20:19; 2, Shelby Whatley (Lake) 20:48; 3, Krystal Webb (Rams) 21:07; 4, Elizabeth Doe (Rams) 21:35; 5, Victoria Lyle (Rams) 21:55; 6, Jessica Renshaw (StJ) 21:59; 7, Kaitlyn Swanstrom (Lake) 22:01; 8, Carolina Nikolaus (Rams) 22:05; 9, Meagan Searle (Lake) 22:15; 10, Emma Haraldson (StJ) 22:15.

BambergBoysTeam scoring—Würzburg 42, Munich International School 73, Ansbach 97. Bamberg, Hohenfels and Mannheim incomplete.1, Max Argus (MIS) 17:45; 2, Sterling Teall (Ans) 17:46; 3, Alex Cornellus (Mann) 17:49; 4, Milael Myllmaki (MIS) 17:52; 5, Matt Clidas (Wzbg) 17:53; 6, Sane Kennedy (Wzbg) 17:53; 7, Chris Blake (MIS) 18:04; 8, Shaun Simpson (Wzbg) 18:04.6; 9, Stephen Vandal (Hoh) 18:17; 10, Drew Martin (Hoh) 18:19.GirlsTeam scoring—Mannheim 15. Ansbach, Bamberg, Hohenfels, Munich International School and Würzburg all incomplete.1, Julie Ruschin (MIS) 20:13; 2, Vesena Ried (MIS) 20:55 3, Patricia Payton (Bam) 21:25; 4, Jennifer Amos (Mann) 22:16; 5, Krystal Hartke (Mann) 22:58; 6, Larissa Deikun (Ans) 23:50; 7, Olivia Orndorff (Mann) 25:03; 8, Iman Karnabi (Mann) 25:48; 9, Daniella Diroma (MIS) 26:25; 10, Heidi Shelvock (Ans) 26:36.

MarymountBoysTeam scoring—Milan 31, Marymount 62. Sigonella and Rota incomplete.1, Hirota Taka-Katayama (Mil) 19:20; 2, Colin Falconer (Mil) 19:24; 3, Nathanial Dejene (Mmt) 19:25; 4, Stephan Schaefer (Rota) 20:27; 5, Jordan Retti (Sig) 20:48; 6, Chris Roman (Rota) 20:56; 7, George Corey (Sig) 21:03; 8, Shun Taka-Katayama (Mil) 21:20; 9, Gaku Ikegaya (Mil) 21:45; 10, Talon Wiley (Sig) 22:36.GirlsTeam scoring—Sigonella 31, Milan 39. Marymount and Rota incomplete.1, Arianna Simpson (Mil) 22:46; 2, Jen Patron (Sig) 23:11; 3, Katie Hancock (Sig) 23:18; 4, Alessia Nava (Mil) 23:58; 5, Constanza Uslenghi (Mmt) 24:10; 6, Brianna Campbell (Rota) 24:32; 7, Caitlyn Hall (Sig) 26:04; 8, Heather Kittle (Sig) 27:04; 9, Alexandra Rogers (Mil) 27:22; 10, Lauren Bachand (Rota) 27:34.

KaiserslsauternBoysTeam scoring—Heidelberg 21, Kaiserslautern 22, Wiesbaden 23, Bitburg 92.1, Ryan Poock (Bitb) 15:33; 2, Blake Langford (Heid) 17:28; 3, Kyle Murray (Wies) 17:37; 4, Jon Rynecki (Heid) 17:39; 5, Alex Fraser (Wies) 18:04; 6, Alex Cunningham (Kais) 18:05; 7, Clark Frederickson (Wies) 18:16; 8, Jon Hoffman (Heid) 18:20; 9, Alan Gray (Wies) 18:25; 10, Michael Sallinger (Kais) 18:27.GirlsTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 20, Kaiserslautern 22, Bitburg 34, Heidelberg 66.1, Sandra Davidson (Bitb) 20:25; 2, Rachel Poock (Bitb) 20:59; 3, Jade Thrasher (Bitb) 21:22; 4, Ruby Plummer (Kais) 22:13; 5, Iva Reece (Heid) 22:19.14; 6, Symone January (Kais) 22:19.94; 7, Celine Ponte (Wies) 22:24; 8, Aubree Reichel (Wies) 22:28; 9, Kristine Bremer (Heid) 22:36; 10, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 22:37.12.

BaumholderBoys Team scoring—International School of Brussels 15, AFNORTH 66, Baumholder incomplete.1, Baudoin Fort (ISB) 17:25; 2, Miles Bason (ISB) 18:50; 3, Matthew De Jong 19:15; 4, Harry Cross (ISB) 19:30; 5, Jakob Lamoureux (Baum) 20:09; 6, Kazuki Masuta (20:33); 7, Sam Baker (ISB) 21:04; 8, Seth Stevens (Baum) 21:11; 9, Brad Hayes-Raygh 21:31; 10, Matthew Tucker (ISB) 21:40.GirlsTeam scoring—International School of Brussels 20, Baumholder 46, AFNORTH incomplete.1, Justine Buvry (ISB) 23:20; 2, Antje Schwarz (ISB) 23:45; 3, Svenja Schwarz (ISB) 23:50; 4, Ai Shimura (ISB) 24:14; 5, Sarah Money (Baum) 24:39; 6, Tori Vantine (AFN) 25:29; 7, Emily Whyte (Baum) 26:53; 8, Emilie Couture (ISB) 27:56; 9, Kyaura McVay (AFN) 28:08; 10, Sydney Skuodas (Baum) 28:44.

Tennis(Individiual forfeits not listed. Usually, No. 1s play best-of-3 sets; others single 8-game pro set or one set as time permits)

Brussels at SHAPE(Wednesday)Brussels girls 5, SHAPE 4 Krista Citkovska (SHP) def. Briana Fitch 6-0, 6-0; Svenja Jansen def. Hanta Thomas 7-6 (7-2); Panna Balla (SHP) def. Carissa Ryan 6-2; Jenna Holloway (Brus) def. Sovy Chan 6-2; Allie Lynch (Brus) def. Natalia Gackova 6-3; Isabelle Georges (Brus) def. Aminyah Kenyatta 6-0; S, Jansen and Balla def. Holloway and Thomas 8-5; Ryan and Fitch def. Nicollette Cook and Chan 6-1; Lynch and Katie Van Maldeghem def. Emma Hagen and Gackova 6-3.Brussels boys 5, SHAPE 4Nick Bottesini (Brus) def. Atakan Caner 6-2, 6-2; Malte Jakschis (SHP) def. Yuri Stanton 7-5; Albert Winid (Brus) def. Alper Kaymaz 6-4; Ryan Bottesini (Brus) def. Adam Spaulding 6-0; Scott Stewart (Brus) def. Arda Akkaya 6-4; Andrei Mavris (SHP) def. Meiler Baloq 6-1; N. Bottesini and R. Bottesini def. Jakschis and Caner 8-6; Kaymaz and Akkaya def. Stanton and Stewart 6-4l Dogu Ozdemir and Mavris def. Balog and Garrett Dolan 6-4.

Bitburg at SHAPE(Saturday)SHAPE girls 8, Bitburg 1 Citovska def. Bethany Barnhart 6-0, 6-0; Ilena Jansen def. Sarafina Harper 8-1; S. Jansen def. Gabrielle Reagan 8-0; Balla def. Carley Plaisance 8-2; Chan def. Brittany Russo 8-0; Gackova def. Vickie Taranate 8-1; Jansen and Jansen def. Barnhart and Harper 6-2, 6-1; Balla and Chan def. Reagan and Plaisance 8-2; Russo and Bremley Roth (Bitb) def. Kenyata and Hagen 8-5.Bitburg boys 7, SHAPE 2Tim Liebig (Bitb) def. Kaymaz 6-2, 6-4; Tyler Jakobs (Bitb) def. Gero Schmalsteig 8-1; Greg Combass (Bitb) def. Spaulding 8-2; Akkaya def. Aaron Smith 8-4; Mavris def. Timmy Merrill 8-1; Sven Livingston (Bitb) def. Manuel Bujan 8-2; Liebig and Combas def. Kaymaz and Akkaya 7-6 (7-5) 6-3; Jakobs and Smith def. Schmalstieg and Spaulding 8-5; Jeeno Miranda and Livingston def. Mavris and Bujan 9-8 (8-6).

Lakenheath at Ramstein(Friday and Saturday)Ramstein boys 8, Lakenheath 1 Sean Stokstad (Rams) def. Cavan Cohoes 6-3, 6-0; Danny Burroughs (Lake) def. Clay Marquardt 9-8 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Eric Radvanyi (Rams) def. Cameron Gill 9-7; Mike Fisher def. Jeremy Rogers 8-0; Hunter Siegfried (Rams) def. Alex MacWilliams 8-1; Matt Moll (Rams) def. Josh San Augustin 8-2; Marquardt and Radvanyi def. Burroughs and Gill 6-0, 6-1; Fisher and Daniel Langholz def. MacWilliams and Rogers 8-3; Moll and Wilson def. San Augustin and Stefan Harley 8-2.Ramstein girls 8, Lakenheath 1Lindsey Jones (Rams) def. Molly Martin 6-4, 6-3; Brittany Godwin (Rams) def. Julia Novak 8-2; Jacqueline Lamarche (Rams) def. Michelle Sullivan 8-5; Katie Snell (Rams) def. Kathryn Barber 8-4; Delana Blakely (Rams) def. Ciara Ryan 8-0; Sullivan and Julia Novak def. Godwin and K. Conrad 6-1, 6-4; Jones and Lamarche def. Latham and Anna Marie Pontius 8-1; Megan Kirts and Maggie Appel-Schumacher def. Gaby Gargis and Michelle Reese 8-2.

Wiesbaden at International School of Brussels(Saturday)ISB boys 9, Wiesbaden 0 Edward Van Der Mersch def. Jan McKinney 6-0, 6-0; Brady Covington def. Greg Donalson 8-0; Shota Morisaka def. Arman Alarilla 8-0; Shota Shinda def. Tahji Peebles 8-4; Alex Jensen def. Jon Atkinson 8-1; Rafal Szymanski def. Andre Azcarraga 8-1; Covington and Morisaka def. McKinney and Donalson 6-2, 6-2; Shindo and Jensen def. Alarilla and Peebles 8-0; Stefan Bell and Ryo Takahashi def. Atkinson and Azcarraga 8-1ISB girls 7, Wiesbaden 2 Kara Williams (ISB) def. Lisa Enokawa 6-0, 6-0; Ghislaine Golsong (ISB) def. Nancy Jensen 8-2; Ayumi Sakakibara (ISB) def. Raven Harris 8-4; Tamara Casteels (ISB) def. Jessica Smith 8-2; Laura Schiemichen (ISB) def. Sarah Kempener 8-2; Morgan Partein (Wies) def. Nell Lemaistre 8-0; Sakaibara and Casteels def. Jensen and Harris 4-6, 7-5, 6-1; Williamson and Golsong def. Enokawa and Smith 8-1; Partien and Kempener def. Alessandra Lochen and Prune Moerenhout 8-3.

Würzburg at Bamberg(Saturday)Würzburg girls 5, Bamberg 2Amanda Biggins (Wzbg) def. Jocelayn Bright-Smith 6-1, 6-1; Stephanie Montano (Wzbg) def. Jackie Streker 8-1; Kelly Montano (Wzbg) def. JeRhonda Ruddock 8-3; Angel Ruiz (Wzbg) def. Alexandria Brown 8-4; Hyelim Yi (Wzbg) def. Alexis Smith 8-0; Gabby Westerman and Sofia Engel (Bamb) def. Montano and Montano 6-1, 6-1; Ruddock and Streker def. Ruiz and Yi 8-3.Würzburg boys 4, Bamberg 0 Sean Danganan def. David Cormier 6-0, 6-0; Brandon Danganan def. T.J. Difiore 8-1; Luis Vadargas def. Alex Morris 8-1; B. Danganan and Vadargas def. Difiore and Morris 6-1, 6-3.

Sigonella at Marymount(Saturday)Marymount girls 9, Sigonella 0 Martina Diana def. Monica O’Hearn 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; Maddy L'Hullier def. Jessica Aguilar 8-0.Marymount boys 9, Sigonella 0 Mattia Benassi def. James Decker 6-2, 6-0; Ludovico Crisanti def. Terry Dugas 8-5.

Milan at Marymount(Saturday)Marymount girls 9, Milan 0 Diana def. Elena Chorilova 6-3, 7-6 (tiebreaker unavailable); L’Hullier def. Anna Lorusso 8-1Marymount boys 7, Milan 2 Benassi def. Peter Firouzbacht 6-3, 6-1; Stefan Jovanovic (Mil) def Cristsanti 3-8; Alessandro Trombetta and Zain Nour def. Giovanni Scuni and Francesco Agnossi 6-4, 6-4.

Mannheim at Kaiserslautern(Saturday)Kaiserslautern boys 4, Mannheim 2 Don Baumgartner (Kais) def. Jeremy Scott 6-4, 6-4; Michael Boone (Kais) def. Minhoo Kim 8-3; Lewis Robertson (Kais) def. Scott O'Donnell 8-0; Ben Stevens (Kais) def. Chris Broeker 9-8 (7-4); Adam Pauley and Jeremy Junker (Mann) def. Deven Smith and John Frank 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; O'Donnell and Kim def. Brent Snyder and John McCrea 8-5.Kaiserslautern girls 6, Mannheim 0 Valerie Fisher def. Jade Vaughn 6-4, 5-2; Rachel Seachris def. Kirsten Norwood 5-1; Katelyn Bader def. Ashley Southworth 8-0; Analeise Crum def. Alissia Berry: 8-0; Ana Aguirre def. Jessica Arder 8-3; Seachris and Ashley Meeder def. Norwood and Rachael Nevinger 6-2, 6-1.

BFA at Baumholder(Saturday)Black Forest Academy Boys 2,Baumholder 2 Jon Guzik (BFA) def. Nathan Beatty 6-3, 6-2; Brandon Porter (BFA) def. Tanner Nelson 8-1; Steven Billington and Michel Russel (Baum) def. David Lee and Kyle McCordic 8-0; Beatty and Nelson def. Porter and (first name unavailable) Loewen (BFA) 8-0.Baumholder girls 3, Black Forest Academy 1 Kendal Ladrillono (Baum) def. Rebecca Kim 6-2; Kendra Cameron (Baum) def. Sonya Shin (BFA) 8-7 (7-4); Haelee Kim and Rebecca Kim (BFA) def. Ladrillono and Pamela Hall (Baum) 4-6, 6-1, 6-2.

AFNORTH vs. BFA(Saturday at Baumholder)AFNORTH boys 5, Black Forest Academy 2 Seth Meitzner (AFN) def. Guzik 6-1, 6-1; Lee def. Mathias Ness 8-6; Erland Morch (AFN) def. McCordic 8-4; Spencer Hyland (AFN) def. Brandon Porter 8-0; Meitzner and Ness def. Lee and McCordic 6-1, 6-1; Morch and Hyland def. Porter and Loewen 8-2.AFNORTH girls 6, BFA 0 Heather Acre (AFN) def. Haelee Kim 7-6 (7-5), 3-6, 6-3; Stephanie Seitz (AFN) def. Rebecca Kim 8-1; Ellie Katzenson (AFN) def. Sonya Shin 8-1; Seitz and Katzenson def. Kim and Kim 6-0, 6-0.

AFNORTH at Baumholder(Saturday)AFNORTH boys 4, Baumholder 2 Meitzner def. Beatty 6-0, 6-0; Billington def. Ness 6-0; Russel def. Morch 6-3; Hyland def. Nelson 6-0; Meitzner and Ness def. Billington and Beatty 8-5; Morch and Hyland def. Russel and Nelson 6-1.AFNORTH girls 4, Baumholder 3 Isabelle Ignacio (Baum) def. Acre 6-2, 6-4; Seitz def. Ladrillono 8-2; Katzenson def. Hall 8-0; Victoria Standstad (AFN) def. Marissa Garcia 8-2; Katzenson and Seitz def. Ladrillono and Hall 8-2.

Hohenfels at Vilseck(Saturday)Vilseck boys 5, Hohenfels 3 Ryan Matheson (Hoh) def. Zach Skells 6-2, 6-2; Shaun Redden (Hoh) def. Jake Skells 8-2; Kyed Najdawi (Vil) def. Augusto Rivera 8-1; Garrett Young (Vil) def. Onyeuwa Fry 8-4; Nolan Stark (Vil) def. Gary Wayne (Hoh) 8-0; Matheson and Redden def. Z. Skells and Kevin Taylor 6-2, 7-6 (7-3); J. Skells and Najdawi (Vil) def. Rivera and Fry 8-1.Vilseck girls 7, Hohenfels 0 Katherine Schaffer (Vil) def. Victoria Cullum 6-2, 6-2; Leah Beilhart (Vil) def. Rebecca Matheson 8-2; April Feazelle (Vil) def. Alicia Mocyznski 8-2; Amber Hendricks (Vil) def. Dana Parks 8-0; Tekeha Turner (Vil) def. Courtney Borg 8-5; Beilhart and Feazelle (Vil) def. Cullum and Matheson 7-6 (9-7), 4-6, 6-4; Katherine Schaffer and Amber Hendricks (Vil) def. Mocyznski and Parks 8-1.

Golf(Friday; 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 scoring is combined top 4 boys and top 2 girls)

HeidelbergBoysTeam scoring—Heidelberg 82, Baumholder 73, Wiesbaden 47, Vilseck 42, Bitburg 0.Top individuals—1, Jon Klinner 27 points (won on tiebreaker); 2, Nathan Wojcik (Wies) 27; 3, Brandon Rizkallen (Heid) 25.GirlsTeam scoring—Heidelberg 37, Wiesbaden 25, Baumholder 18, Vilseck 17, Bitburg 1.Top individuals—1, Sarah Fowler (Heid) 19; 2, Nikki Hall (Baum) 13 (won tiebreaker); 3, Petra Shubert (Wies) 13.

PatchBoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 147, Kaiserslautern 101, Patch 77.Top individuals—1, Kevin Langford (Rams) 40; 2, Jonathan Collett (Rams) 37, Craig Herron (Rams) 36.Longest drive—Chris McGill (Pat).Closest to the pin—James Bailey (Kais).GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 71, Patch 20, Kaiserslautern 16.Top individuals—1, Melissa Engelbaum (Rams) 29, 2, Liz Ward (Rams) 24; 3, Lara Habel (Pat) 15.Longest drive—Ward.Closest to the pin—Sydney Honlee (Rams).

VolleyballBoys

(Friday at Aviano)Aviano def. Naples 25-11, 25-20

(Saturday at Aviano)Aviano def. Naples 25-16, 25-20, 25-15

(Friday at Marymount)Milan def. Sigonella 25-21,17-25, 25-13, 25-22Noteworthy—Sigonella’s Christian Custodio had 10 kills, 10 assists, and an ace, Stewart Roberts had 4 kills and 12 assists, and Dave Rice had 2 blocks.

(Saturday at Marymount)Marymount def. Sigonella 25-16, 9-25, 25-23, 25-18Noteworthy—Custodio had 6 aces and 6 kills, while Kevin Rodriguez had 3 aces and 3 kills. For Marymount, Saidi Mwanudu had 8 kills and Oliviera Molotla had 4 kills and 3 aces, according to Marymount AD Simone Trott.

Marymount def. Milan 25-17, 21-25, 27-25, 25-8Noteworthy—Mwanudu posted 4 aces and 3 blocks.

(Saturday at Vicenza)American Overseas School of Rome def. Vicenza 25-19, 25-23, 25-15

Girls

(Friday at Marymount)Sigonella def. Milan 25-15, 25-15, 25-20Noteworthy—For Sigonella, Bryanna Zawodniak had 6 assists, 3 kills, 3 aces, Nickia Simmons had 5 kills, 3 aces, 3 digs and Aleacia Miller had 4 aces.

(Saturday at Marymount)Marymount def. Sigonella 25-12, 25-15, 25-23Noteworthy—Zawodniak had 7 assists, 6 aces, 2 kills, Simmons had 3 kills and Miller had 3 kills.Marymount def. Milan 25-12, 25-19, 29-27

(Saturday at Aviano)Aviano def. Vilseck 25-11, 25-5, 25-20Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Pam Hillestad, Alyssa Lane and Tiffany Hight each made 7 kills, Danielle Garica handed out 13 assists and Alex Simon served 9 aces. Each played just two sets.Naples def. Patch 18-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-14Vilseck def. Naples 13-25, 25-18, 16-25, 25-19, 15-13Aviano def. Patch 25-16, 25-15, 25-9Noteworthy—Hillestad credited Hight with 12 kills and Lane with 11, Garcia with 17 assists and Simon with 4 aces. Each played just two sets.

(Friday at Vicenza)Vicenza def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-16, 25-10, 25-22Noteworthy—According to Vicenza coach Kathleeen O’Neill, Sabrina Vimoto served 8 aces and made 10 assists, Danae Owens handed out 11 assists, and Yelitza Maura served 2 aces, made 7 blocks and had 15 assists

(Saturday at Baumholder)Baumholder def. Black Forest Academy 25-16, 24-26, 25-22, 25-8Baumholder def. Mannheim 25-16, 25-16, 25-16Black Forest Academy def. AFNORTH 25-22, 25-13, 26-28, 25-14Mannheim def. AFNORTH 25-17, 25-8, 25-14Baumholder JV def. Black Forest Academy JV 25-22, 25-6Baumholder JV def. Mannheim JV 25-17, 25-7Mannheim JV def. AFNORTH JV 25-13, 26-24AFNORTH JV def. Black Forest Academy JV 25-14, 25-19

(Saturday at Brussels)Brussels def. Menwith Hill 25-23, 25-22, 20-25, 25-21Noteworthy—For Brussels, Lizz McVicker had 12 assists, 8 aces, 3 kills, and Catherine Davis and Caitlin Quinn each had 6 kills.Brussels def. Alconbury 25-18, 26-24, 27-25Noteworthy—McVicker had 9 kills, 8 assists, Quinn had 8 assists, 8 kills. For Alconbury, Caiti Stewart had 13 service points, 7 kills, 2 aces.

(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Heidelberg def. Bitburg 25-14, 25-20, 25-23Kaiserslautern def. Heidelberg 25-19, 25-20, 25-21Kaiserslautern def. Bitburg 25-11, 25-15, 25-23Noteworthy—According to K-town coach Scott Davis, his team improved to 5-0 as Lisa Domingo made 8 kills and Shalisa Baldwin posted 5 kills and 3 aces against Heidelberg. His team served 91 percent vs. Bitburg.

(Saturday at Bamberg)Würzburg def. Bamberg 14-25, 20-25, 25-11, 25-19, 15-10Ansbach def. Würzburg 25-13, 25-20, 25-11Bamberg def. Ansbach 25-20, 25-12, 16-25, 25-19

(Saturday at SHAPE)Ramstein def. Lakenheath 25-23, 25-21, 25-18Noteworthy—Charnel Austin had 10 kills and Michelle Mergens 5 blocks for Ramstein.SHAPE def. Lakenheath 25-22, 22-25, 25-16, 23-25, 15-8Ramstein def. SHAPE 23-25, 25-21, 25-18, 25-7

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