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Kaiserslautern’s Dekia Moore, foreground, spikes the ball past AFNORTH’s Rosanna Guzman during a DODDS high school volleyball match in Mannheim, Germany, on Saturday. AFNORTH won the match, 25-10, 25-20, 15-25 and 25-18.
Kaiserslautern’s Dekia Moore, foreground, spikes the ball past AFNORTH’s Rosanna Guzman during a DODDS high school volleyball match in Mannheim, Germany, on Saturday. AFNORTH won the match, 25-10, 25-20, 15-25 and 25-18. (Raymond T. Conway / S&S)

Some weekend sports results from DODDS-Europe schools. Click to jump ahead to scores and summaries for golf, tennis and volleyball. (Updated 10/10)

Cross country

(Saturday; all races 5,000 meters)

Milan at Vicenza

(No team scoring)

Boys

1, Ian Falconer (Mil) 20:19; 2, Joe Orrechio (Mil) 25:30.

Girls

1, Sabrina Rossi (Mil) 26:19; 2, Arianna Simpson (Mil) 26:32; 3, Gabriella Pizzo (Mil) 29:08; 4, Megan Gifford (Vic) 29:25.

Naples triangular

Boys

Team scoring—Marymount 23, Naples 32. Sigonella was incomplete.

1, Sean Welter (Nap) 17:38; 2, Keegan Trott (Mmt) 17:39; 3, Brian Boneau (Sig) 18:34; 4, Marco Moncuso (Mmt) 18:44; 5, Jarret Newby (Nap) 19:19; 6, Alan Gonzalez (Mmt) 19:20; 7, Nicholas Zinzi (Mmt) 19:21; 8, Dane Roberts (Sig) 19:21; 9. Iacopo Giuliani (Mmt) 19:55; 10, Bernard Oviem (Sig) 21:17.

Girls

Team scoring—Naples 20, Sigonella 35. Marymount was incomplete.

1, Zarah Younossi (Nap) 20:05; 2, Allyson McKechnie (Nap) 22:14; 3, Kerry Olinger (Nap) 22:21; 4, Samantha Boos (Sig) 23:16; 5, Chelsea Driver-Dolan (Nap) 23:24; 6, Megan Trott (Mmt) 25:07; 7, Lachelle Mijanes (Sig) 25:26; 8, Heather Albright (Sig) 25:35; 9, Estelle Cheever (Mmt) 25:36; 10, Antoinette Mallery (Sig) 25:47.

AOSR at Aviano

Boys

Team scoring—Aviano 22, American Overseas School of Rome 35

1, Steven Hudson (Avi) 17:37; 2, Josh Kneeland (AOSR) 18:30; 3, Zach Bradt (Avi) 19:16; 4, Nate Johnson (Avi) 19:31; 5, Eric Robertson (Avi) 19:42; 6, Rob Michalski (AOSR) 19:55; 7, Chris Haight (AOSR) 20:19; 8, David Grosso (AOSR) 20:34; 9, Joe Castagnaro (Avi) 20:45; 10, Elias McQueen (Avi) 20:54.

Girls

Team scoring—Aviano 15. AOSR was incomplete.

1, Octavia Rinehardt (Avi) 22:06; 2, Ashley Lynch (Avi) 22:19; 3, Kaitlyn Vogt (Avi) 23:28; 4, Bianca Boney (Avi) 23:31; 5, Meghan Hafner (Avi) 23:56; 6, Evin Page (Avi) 24:00; 7, Brittney Buckingham (Avi) 24:06; 8, Stephanie Anbreycci (AOSR) 24:46; 9, Kim Berry (Avi) 23:35; 10, Caitlyn Givens (Avi) 25:55.

Alconbury hexagonal

Boys

Team scoring—Lakenheath 39, Menwith Hill 51, Iceland 76, Alconbury 86, London Central 131, ACS-Hillingdon 148.

1, Greg Billington (Lake) 16:00 (course record; old record 17:07). 2, Landon Kemp (Alc) 17:32; 3, Neal Stainbrook (LC) 18:04; 4, Nathan Barclay (Ice) 18:20; 5, Chris Yakkel (Lake) 18:31; 6, Kenny Peitenpol (MH) 18:43); 7, Greg Best (MH) 19:10; 8, Taylor Curry (Lake) 19:12; 9, Nick Broderick (MH) 19:15; 10, T.J. Short (Ice) 19:21.

Girls

Team scoring—Lakenheath 16, Iceland 42. All others were incomplete.

1, Mariko Nitta (ACS-H) 20:49; 2, Lillian Pecororo (LC) 22:06; 3, Natalie Brooks (MH) 22:16; 4, Karen Thrasher (Alc) 23:18; 5, Annie Keegan (Lake) 24:09; 6, Lauren Canjar (Lake) 25:06; 7, Mackenzie McGaugley (Lake) 25:20; 8, Guro Iedal (ACS-H) 25:30; 9, Kristina Heffelbrook (Lake) 25:31; 10, Maggie Harrison (ACS-H) 26:04.

ISB heptagonal

(Some times unavailable)

Boys

Team scoring—British School of Brussels 32, International School of Brussels 62, SHAPE 72, American School of Paris 79, Bitburg 101, St. John's 175. Brussels was incomplete.

1, Abush Carkett (BSB) 17:01; 2, Hugh Huntington (BSB) 17:16; 3, Steven Beckman (SHA) 17:33; 4, Max Fotheringham (ISB); 5, Hugh Garnett (BSB); 6, Tim Fox (ASP); 7, Kyle Fluker (Bitb); 8, Ryan Singleton (Bitb); 9, Tony Angelella (SHA); 10, Samson Matlanyane (BSB).

Girls

Team scoring—SHAPE 30, British School of Brussels 52, International School of Brussels 54, St. John's 96. American School of Paris, Bitburg and Brussels were incomplete.

1, Katherine Cunningham (BSB) 21:17; 2, Louise Iden (SHA) 22:08; 3, Allyce McWhorter (SHA) 22:20; 4, Keiko Yamada (ISB); 5, Sophie Maarleveld (ASP); 6, Danielle Thur (BSB); 7, Sofiya Myers (SHA); 8, Stephanie Gonzales (SHA); 9, Geraldine Barton (BSB) 10, Abigail Richardson (ISB).

Heidelberg quadrangular

Boys

Team scoring—Heidelberg 29, Patch 47, Black Forest Academy 69, Kaiserslautern 89

1, Jeremy Brady (Heid) 17:12; 2, Nicholas Rogers (Pat) 17:23; 3, Steven Burnett (Kais) 17:29; 4, Will Dawson (Heid) 17:48; 5, Nick Whatley (Pat) 18:05; 6, Jack Smreckar (Heid) 18:22; 7, Jimmy Russell (Pat) 18:29; 8, Rashawn Hammond (Heid) 18:34; 9, Nathan Howell (BFA) 18:43; 10, Jeff Smreckar (Heid) 18:46.

Girls

Team scoring—Patch 34, Kaiserslautern 47, Heidelberg 69, AFNORTH 98, BFA 123

1, Anna Hrushka (Kais) 21:11; 2, Joy Hrushka (Kais) 21:11; 3, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 21:16; 4, Katrina Gamueda-Smith (AFN) 22:03; 5, Kylie Marchant (Pat) 22:20; 6, Lauren Brousseau (Hid) 22:20; 7, Bethany Schmidt (Pat) 22:30; 8, Jackie Apodaca (Pat) 22:32; 9, Allyson Bunch (Kais) 23:12; 10, Maddie Westerfield (AFN) 23:28.

Würzburg hexagonal

Girls

Ramstein 21, Wiesbaden 54, Vilseck 64. Hohenfels, Mannheim and Würzburg were incomplete.

1, Erin Gray (Wzbg) 20:31 (course record, new course); 2, Ashleigh Spencer (Wies) 20:57; 3, Krissy Grosselin (Rams) 21:48; 4, Luz Hamlett (Rams) 22:03; 5, Lorraine Tucker (Rams) 22:07; 6, Alison Luthman (Rams) 22:11; 7, Dianna Rosslerova (Wzbg) 22:18; 8, Harley Renya-Reyes (Vils) 22:39; 9, Maria Eller (Rams) 22:49; 10, Kate Fluker (Rams) 22:57.

Boys

Ramstein 15, Mannheim 52, Viklseck 95, Hohenfels 99, Wiesbaden 101. Wuerzburg was incomplete.

1, Danny Edwards (Rams) 15:55 (course record, new course); 2, Parker Cowles (Rams) 16:12; 3, Noah Sheppard (Rams) 16:21; 4, Ben Eller (Rams) 16:34; 5, James Hamlett (Rams) 16:51; 6, Robert Fleck (Wzbg) 17:06; 7, Matt Spicer (Mann) 17:30; 8, Kevin Edwards (Rams) 17:40; 9, Chris Wert (Mann) 17:56; 10, Tim Spicer (Mann) 18:04.

Golf

Heidelberg triangular

(Friday; scoring is modified Stableford awarding 6 points for eagle or ace, 4 for birdie, 3 for par, 2 for bogey and 1 for double-bogey. Team scoring is combined total of top four players, but a minimum of four players are required to qualify for a team score.)

Boys

Team scoring—Heidelberg 152, Würzburg 142. Vilseck incomplete.

Leading individuals—1, Greg Nyander (Heid) 50; 2, Mile Presnell (Wzbg) 45; 3, (tie) Jonathan Mikkelson (Wzbg) and Bryce Ellis (Heid) 40.

High Vilseck scorer—Jesse Sellers, 29.

Longest drive—Nyander, 210 yards.

Closest to the pin—Nyander.

Girls

Team scoring—Würzburg 70, Heidelberg 9. Vilseck incomplete.

Leading individuals-1, Frances Smythe (Wzbg) 39; 2, Sara Greenberg (Wzbg) 13; 3, Katherine Riley (Wzbg) 10.

Longest drive—Smythe, 160 yards.

Closest to the pin-Sabrina Pernol (Wzbg).

Tennis

Brussels at AFNORTH

(Friday)

AFNORTH boys 6, Brussels 2

Adrien Nieto (AFN) def. Dylan Deverill 8-6; Phil Lilland (AFN) def. Mike Zupi 8-3; Nemanja Ivanovski (AFN) def. Andrew Gagnon 8-3; Nick Bottesini (Brus) def. Fred Larsen 8-3; Stefan Ivanovski (AFN) def. Brandon Webb 8-5; John Allen (AFN) def. Steve Herway 9-8 (7-1); Lilland and N. Ivanovski def. Zupi and Gagnon 8-4; Deverill and Bottesini def. Nieto and Larsen 8-4.

Brussels girls 9, AFNORTH 0

Anastasia Lovalska def. Kaitlyn Ward 8-1; Jennifer Hollaway def. Katy Hurston 8-6; Buse Guven def. Crystal Steltenpohl 8-1; Brianna Fitch def. Erica Everingham 8-1; Whitney Hennes def. Elizabeth Scott 8-2; Kristine Vaksa def. Maria Lacey 8-0; Lovalska and Guven def. Ward and Everingham 8-0; Hollaway and Tiko Mzarclua def. Hurston and Steltenpohl 8-3; Sandra Pihlak and Christine Exner def. Scott and Ericia Everingham 8-4.

Iceland at Alconbury

(Friday; some first names unavailable)

Alconbury boys 8, Iceland 1

David Schiller (Alc) def. Dan Stiegler 6-0, 6-4; Christian Felice (Alc) def. Travis Apling 6-1, 6-0; Max Reuning (Alc) def. Michael Sexton 8-2; Matt Christensen (Alc) def. Nathan Stebbins 8-6; Xavier Ferguson (Alc) def. Asher Barzaga 8-0; Hissar Aguilar (Ice) def. Lyndon Bacon 8-4; Schiller and Reuning def. Stiegler and Stebbins 6-0, 6-1; Christensen and Felice def. Sexton and Apling 8-4; Bacon and Ferguson def. B. Culwell and Aguilar 8-3.

Alconbury girls 6, Iceland 1

Marianna Vertrudez (Alc) def. Candise Apling 6-1, 6-0; Meagan Archer def. Chrlotte Daniels 8-0; Nikita Webb (Alc) def. Susannah Edwards 8-1; Archer and Vertrudez def. Apling and Daniels 6-0, 6-3.

London Central vs. Iceland

(Saturday at Alconbury)

London Central boys 7, Iceland 2

Rob McClure (LC) def. Stiegler 6-0, 6-1; Levi Porter (LC) def. Apling 8-2; Seth Villareal (LC) def. Sexton 8-5; Stebbins def. Dan Denzine 8-6; Joseph Villareal (LC) Aguilar 8-0; S. Villareal and Porter def. Steigler and Stebbins 6-0, 6-1; Apling and Sexton def. McClure and Denzine 8-6.

London Central girls 7, Iceland 2

Tiffany Romero (LC) def. Apling 2-6, 6-2, 6-0; Kendall Gill (LC) def. Daniels 8-1; Portia Phillips (LC) def. Edwards 8-3; Romero and Gill def. Edwards and Daniels 8-0.

Patch at Bamberg

Patch boys 8, Bamberg 1

Dylan Baker (Bamb) def. Sean Tyson 6-7 (5-7), 6-4, 6-4; Zach Meringer (Pat) def. Jezer Gonzalez 8-4; Tyson and Meringer def. Gonzalez and Baker 7-6 (7-4), 6-4.

Patch girls 5, Bamberg 4

Michelle Whitbeck (Pat) def. Laura Montoya 6-2, 6-2; Tamara Engel (Bamb) def. Katie Rember 8-6; Kirsten Stohl (Pat) def. Brittany Liptak 8-2; Rachel Garvey (Bamb) def. Lauren Duke 8-3; Kim Veroegindevey (Pat) def. Ashlee Cosel 8-4; Whitbeck and Oppliger def. Montoya and Engels 6-1, 6-3; Stohl and Rember def. Liptak and Garvey 9-7.

SHAPE vs. Vilseck

(Saturday at Vilseck)

Shape boys 4, Vilseck 2

Andrew Hawkins (SHA) def. Byron Schaffer 6-4, 6-2; Dimitri Psaiakalos (SHA) def. James Johnson 8-1; Phillip Raditsas (SHA) def. Jacob Johnson 8-3; Jose Leon (Vil) def. Johnny McArthur 8-2; Psaiakalos and Raditsas (SHA) def. Schaffer and James Johnson 6-3, 2-6, 6-3; Jacob Johnson and Leon (Vilseck) def. Hawkins and McArthur 8-4.

SHAPE girls 6, Vilseck 3

Valentina Baroni (SHA) def. Jeannette Cortez 6-0, 6-2; Kyla Froemke (SHA) def. Sarah Klein 8-1; Anna Zalowska (SHA) def. Ashley Ferry 8-2; Alexandra Vacaru (SHA) def. Camille Romero 8-4; Diana Johnson (Vil) def. Marta Breijo 9-8 (1); Gabrielle Hucao (Vil) def. Jennifer Fish 8-5; Froemke and Zalowska (SHA) def. Ferry and Kim Dykeman 6-2, 7-5; Romero and Johnson (Vil) def. Vacaru and Laura Froemke (score unavailable); Breijo and P. Bertomeu (SHA) def. Hucao and Jennifer Clark 9-7.

Heidelberg vs. Kaiserslautern

(Friday at Heidelberg)

Heidelberg Boys 8, Kaiserslautern 0

Michael Sanchez def. Greg Thompson 6-0, 6-1; Sam Pohl def. Atrayn Oldrend 8-2; Kevin Ingahan def. Aaron Brown 8-1; Blair Martin def. Brandon Smith 8-0; Sanchez and Ingahan def. Oldrend and Brown 6-2, 6-1; Pohl and Martin def. Thompson and Brook Smith 8-4.

Heidelberg girls 8, Kaiserslautern 0

Molly King def. Miranda Smith 6-1, 6-3; Stephanie Best def. Jessica Goforth 8-3; Christina Stalk def. Dupe Dadatunde 8-4; Paulina Ryan def. Eryn Martins 8-0; Kareen Griffith def. Abby Halpin 8-3; Amanda Galiano def. Ashley Enciso 8-1; Stalk and Ryan def. Smith and Goforth 4-6, 6-3, 7-6; King and Best def. Dadatunde and Martins 8-1; Griffith and Galiano def. Halpin and Enciso 8-0.

Mannheim vs. Ramstein

(Saturday at Mannheim)

Ramstein boys 8, Mannheim 0

Ryan Vanderneck def. Chris Modica 6-0, 6-1; Andrew Bryant def. Mike Adams 8-2; Matt Luthman def. Adam Pauley 8-2; M. J. Massicotte def. Kevin Nicklaus 8-0; Matt Puchta def. Minhoo Kim 8-2; Matt Omda and Luthman def. Modica and Adams 6-0, 6-1; Vanderneck and Massicotte def. Pauley and Nicklaus 8-2.

Ramstein girls 9, Mannheim 0

Maggie Curry def. Voightsburger 8-1; Megan Jones def. Danielle Weekley 8-3; Ashleigh Kriegh-Fleming def. Sarah Griggs 8-2; Brittany Godwin def. Morgan Chavarria 8-0; Kristina Smith def. Annalise Johnson 8-1; Jena Massicotte and Godwin def. Voightsburger and Johnson 8-5; Kriegh-Fleming and Smith def. Grigs and Jenica Gotcher 8-1.

ISB vs. Bitburg

(Saturday at Bitburg)

ISB boys 9, Bitburg 0

Jun Koide def. John Pendergrass 6-2, 7-5; Nikolas Serpanos def. Erik Martz 8-1; Ken Koide def. Jose Tovar 8-0; Alex Roney def. Zack Heath 8-1; Mathieu Bangert def. Josh Day 8-1; Richard Woodruff def. Raynor Buckley 8-2; K. Koide and Serpanos def. Pendergrass and Martz 7-5, 6-1; Roney and Gabriel Perez def. Day and Buckley 8-2; Oliver Wittle and Woodruff def. Tovar and Heath 8-2.

ISB girls 8, Bitburg 1

Priscila Roney (ISB) def. Ashley Weston 6-0, 6-2; Paula Glover (ISB) def. Ashley Fary 8-3; Izumi Takeuchi (ISB) def. Jackie Ventrice 8-1; Nora Fisher (Bit) def. Kate Sims 9-8, (7-5); Yuna Shibata (ISB) def. Dani Golfein 8-0; Grace Johnson (ISB) def. Catlin Schwartz 8-0; Glover and Takeuchi def. Fary and Fisher 6-1, 6-1; Shibata and Johnson def. Ventrice and Weston 8-4; Roney and Sims def. Golfein and Schwartz 8-1.

Volleyball

Boys

(Saturday at Vicenza)

Vicenza def. Livorno 25-17, 25-15, 25-15.

Vicenza def. Milan 27-25, 25-14, 13-25, 25-16.

Milan def. Livorno 25-17, 25-18, 25-10.

(Saturday at Naples)

Naples def. Marymount 25-15, 25-9, 27-25.

Noteworthy—Brian Vann of Naples posted13 service points.

Sigonella def. Marymount 18-25, 25-21, 25-15, 25-18.

Naples def. Sigonella 25-22, 25-18, 25-19.

(Saturday at Aviano)

Aviano def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-23, 25-8, 25-16

Girls

(Saturday at Menwith Hill)

London Central def. Menwith Hill 25-12, 25-15, 25-5.

Noteworthy—London Central (4-1) got 11 kills and 6 assists from Kelsey Anderson, 4 kills and a block by Anna Rodriguez, 3 kills and a block by Stephanie Anderson and 4 aces and 5 assists from Micana Gallaway.

Menwith Hill JV def. London central JV 25-19, 25-21, 25-21.

(Saturday at Vicenza)

Vicenza def. Livorno 25-21, 25-16, 25-15.

Noteworthy—Vicenza’s Sarah Malone served 9 straight aces at one point.

Milan def. Vicenza 30-28, 25-14, 21-25, 25-22.

Milan def. Livorno 25-4, 25-20, 25-10.

(Saturday at Naples)

Naples def. Marymount 25-21, 25-18, 25-22.

Sigonella def. Naples 13-25, 25-13, 25-21, 25-17.

(Saturday at Aviano)

Aviano def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-10, 25-12, 25-10.

(Saturday at Heidelberg)

Heidelberg def. Baumholder 25-9, 25-11, 25-13.

Heidelberg def. Wiesbaden 25-12, 25-14, 25-16.

Wiesbaden def. Baumholder 17-25, 25-23, 25-12, 25-17.

Heidelberg JV def. Baumholer JV 25-6, 25-19, 25-2.

Heidelberg JV def. Wiesbaden JV 25-23, 25-10, 25-14.

Noteworthy—Heidelberg (7-0, 2 in D-1) received 23 kills from Natasha Holan, 20 kills and 10 aces by Julia Roberson, and 40 assists from Jessica Palaschak, according to Lady Lions coach Rich Bennett.

(Saturday at Patch)

Hanau def. Giessen 20-25, 25-22, 25-12, 25-12.

Patch def. Giessen 25-12, 25-16, 25-16.

Noteworthy—Kasy’e Lalau had 19 service points, Heather Hall 13 service points and 8 assists, Ehrin Hopkins 10 service points and 6 kills and Nicole Anderson 5 kills and 3 blocks for Patch.

Patch def. Hanau 25-12, 25-22, 25-12.

Noteworthy—Lalau registered 13 service points and 8 kills, Hall had 7 service points and 16 assists, Hopkins notched 7 service points, 7 kills and 2 blocks, and Anderson made 7 kills and 4 blocks as Patch improved to 6-0.

(Saturday at Vilseck)

Vilseck def. SHAPE 20-25, 26-24, 25-13, 25-14.

SHAPE def. Ansbach 25-18, 26-24, 26-24.

Black Forest Academy def. Ansbach 11-25, 24-26, 29-27, 25-16, 15-10.

Vilseck def. BFA 15-25, 26-24, 25-15, 21-25, 15-11.

(Saturday at Mannheim)

Bitburg def. Mannheim 25-12, 25-14, 25-15.

Mannheim def. Kaiserslautern 25-22, 25-15, 12-25, 25-15.

Bitburg def. AFNORTH 25-11, 25-12, 25-13.

AFNORTH def. Kaiserslautern 25-10, 25-20, 15-25, 25-18.

Mannheim JV def. Bitburg JV 25-10, 25-10.

Kaiserslautern JV def. Mannheim JV 12-25, 25-19, 15-11.

Kaiserslautern JV def. AFNORTH JV 25-11, 18-25, 15-14.

Bitburg JV def. AFNORTH JV 25-12, 23-25, 15-12.

(Saturday at Alconbury)

Brussels def. Iceland 27-25, 25-11, 25-16

Rota def. Brussels 25-9, 25-17, 25-18

Noteworthy—Lea Jacobson had 11 service points and Aisha Shapiro 9 for Rota.

Alconbury def. Brussels 25-7, 25-8, 25-20

Noteworthy—For Alconbury, Carly Bascom posted 19 service points and 13 assists, Christina Arredondo made 3 blocks and 6 kills, and Caitlin Laingen had a block and 12 service points.

Alconbury def. Rota 25-12, 25-10, 25-13

Noteworthy—Carly Bascom chalked up 21 service points and 16 assists. Kristine Fernandez made 11 defensive saves and Rachel Moore 5.

Alconbury def. Iceland 25-6, 25-5, 25-14

Noteworthy-Carly Bascom had 23 service points and 13 assists for unbeaten Alconbury, which got 5 digs from Kristine Fernandez and 5-for-5 perfect passes from Rachel Moore, according to coach Lisa Westlake.

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