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AOSR 67, Sigonella 53 (Friday at Amer. Overseas Sch. of Rome)Sigonella..........8 12 15 18—53AOSR..........8 14 25 20—67Top scorers—Sigonella: Arthur Wilson 13, Tim Youel 12; AOSR: Carlo Burchi 14, Ezio Belli 14.

AOSR 64, Sigonella 57 (Sat. at Amer. Overseas Sch. of Rome)Sigonella..........11 13 14 19—57AOSR..........21 9 18 16—64Top scorers—Sigonella: Jim Orteza 25; AOSR: Chris Frank 26, Robert Coggins 11.Noteworthy—American Schools in Italy League victory raised AOSR’s league mark to 3-2. Overall, Falcons are 5-3; Sigonella fell to 1-5, 1-3.

Livorno 47, Marymount 38 (Friday at Camp Darby)Marymount Int’l. of Rome..........7 15 7 9—38Livorno..........20 4 11 12—47Top scorers—Marymount: Oliviero Amoto 14, Salem Al-Wehaib 8; Livorno: Will Berrios 16, Alessio Buccellato 13, Miguel Vicente 12.

Livorno 55, Marymount 40 (Saturday at Camp Darby)Marymount Int’l. of Rome..........8 7 8 17—40Livorno..........10 19 11 15—55Top scorers—Marymount: Al-Wehaib 11, John Furstenberg 8; Livorno: Buccellato 13, Timmy Salerno 16, Vicente 12.Noteworthy—Livorno is 2-6 overall, 1-5 in ASIL after sweep. Marymount fell to 0-4, 0-3.

Vicenza 28, Milan 25 (Friday at Vicenza; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Milan: Alberto Frenzza 12; Vicenza: Ricky Rivers 15.

Vicenza 37, Milan 14|(Saturday at Vicenza; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers-Milan: Noble Davis 6; Vicenza: Xavier Taylor 13.Noteworthy—Sweep boosts Viencza to 6-2, 3-1 in ASIL play. Milan is 1-3, 1-2.

Naples 65, Aviano 50 (Friday at Aviano)Naples..........11 12 19 23—65Aviano..........16 13 14 7—50Top scorers-Naples: B.J. Taylor 22, Denver Arriola 14, Quamaine Holliman 10; Aviano: Andre Dean 18, Chris Carthon 10, John Anderson 8.

Naples 53, Aviano 52 (Saturday at Aviano)Naples..........17 17 10 9—53Aviano..........10 15 18 9—52Top scorers-Naples: Taylor 26, Holliman 11, Arriola 10; Aviano: Dean 16, Carthon 13, Jamal Tuck 11.Noteworthy—Naples improved to 6-0 overall with the nonconference sweep; Aviano is 4-2. Taylor hit third of three free throws with 3 seconds to play for the winning margin.

Nonconference

Ramstein 46, ISB 11 (Friday at Ramstein; scoring ended in 3rd quarter by 35-point courtesy rule)Intnat’l. Sch. of Brussels..........4 4 3—11Ramstein..........18 13 15—46Top scorers-ISB: Austin Beck 9; Ramstein: Scott Sublousky 22, Ste’fan James 13.JV-Ramstein 46, ISB 11

Division I

Ramstein 56, ISB 25 (Saturday at Ramstein)Intnat’l. Sch. of Brussels..........5 3 3 14—25Ramstein..........17 17 14 8—56Top scorers—ISB: Beck 17; Ramstein: Sublousky 14, A.J. Hawkins 14, James 10Noteworthy—Ramstein is 5-1 overall and 1-0 in D-I after sweep. ISB fell to 1-7, 0-3.JV—Ramstein 35, ISB 13

Kaiserslautern 42, Wiesbaden 40 (OT) (Friday at Wiesbaden)Kaiserslautern..........9 10 7 9 7-42Wiesbaden..........14 5 8 8 5-40Top scorers-Kaiserslautern: Andrez Brewster 14, Nathan Wright 8, Joshua Frank 8; Wiesbaden: Bryce Lee 16, Terrell Harper 13.Noteworthy-In this nonconference matchup between Division I schools, a put-back basket with 2 seconds to play in OT by Mike Morger proved the game-winner for Kaiserslautern (5-0). Julian Portillo had 8 rebounds and Marco Velazques 7 for K-town. Wiesbaden (4-2) got 9 rebounds from Harper.

Girls basketballItaly

Sigonella 32, AOSR 15 (Friday at Amer. Overseas Sch. of Rome)Sigonella..........11 5 7 9—32AOSR..........5 2 6 2—15Top scorers—Sigonella: Erica Anderson 12, Jess Rodie 10; AOSR: Sydney Cowan 9.

AOSR 27, Sigonella 26 (Sat. at Amer. Overseas Sch. of Rome)Sigonella..........9 9 3 5—26AOSR..........6 11 7 3—27Top scorers—Sigonella: Nickea Simmons 8; AOSR: Cowan 11, Lisa Begusch 6.Noteworthy—AOSR is 2-5 overall, 2-2 in ASIL play. Sig is 1-4, 0-4.

Vicenza 48, Milan 27 (Friday at Vicenza)Milan..........4 10 6 8—28Vicenza..........5 16 14 22—57Top scorers—Milan: Megan Fillipp 18, Nelly Kim 6, Gianna Badiali 2, Emiko Kurokawa 2; Vicenza: Chakeira Gilbert 37, Jasmine Perry 6, Tyler Rivers 5, Essence Pedrosa 5, Shantwanea King 4.Noteworthy—Gilbert, who made 8 steals and 4 assists, was 7-of-11 from the free-throw line for Vicenza, which suited just 5 players.

Vicenza 48, Milan 27 (Saturday at Vicenza)Milan..........4 9 4 10—27Vicenza..........12 9 14 13—48Top scorers—Milan: Fillipp 17, Kim 2, Kurakawa 2, Nicoletta Simone 2, Ciera Roblyer 2, Vittoria Musotto 2; Vicenza: Gilbert 35, Pedrosa 8, Rivers 3, Perry 2.Noteworthy—Vicenza played 4-on-5 over last 3+ minutes when Perry fouled out. Gilbert and Rivers each made 3 assists for Vicenza (5-1, 3-0). Milan fell to 0-4, 0-2.

Naples 38, Aviano 25 (Friday at Aviano)Naples..........8 7 10 13—38Aviano..........3 7 9 6—25Top scorers—Naples: Nyrika Davis 22, Kelsey Anderson 8; Aviano: Jenna Sobel 14, Cheri McNeely 8.Noteworthy—Due to death of Aviano student Vanessa Russo in an automobile accident, coaches agreed that both games this weekend would be nonconference. The teams will play their conference game at Aviano this Saturday. Anderson had 10 rebounds and Davis 6 steals for Naples. Brittany Patrick led Aviano with 8 rebounds, and Sobel had 4 steals and 3 assists.

Naples 51, Aviano 23 (Saturday at Aviano)Naples..........9 13 15 14—51Aviano..........3 2 8 10—23Top scorers—Naples: Davis 18, Darien Moon 14, Anderson 13; Aviano: McNeely 6, Sobel 6.Noteworthy—Anderson had 12 rebounds and Davis 7 steals for a Naples team (5-0 overall) that forced 34 Aviano turnovers. Aviano (4-2) got 9 rebounds from McNeely.

Nonconference

Ansbach 31, Patch 28 (Friday at Vaihingen, Germany; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Ansbach: Amber Mack 15, Carmen Hill 7, Kayla Eidson 6; Patch: Kasy’e Lalau 17, Kat White 4, Zoey Call 4.Noteworthy—Lalau led all rebounders with 22; teammate Dani Thoma added 15 for the Division I Lady Panthers. Mack grabbed 15 rebounds and made 8 steals for D-III Ansbach, which got 7 rebounds from Jackie Pohl and 7 steals from Hill.JV—Ansbach 22, Patch 9

Patch 28, Ansbach 26 (Saturday at Vaihingen, Germany; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Ansbach: Mack 15, Eidson 8; Patch: Lalau 13, White 6, Brittany Phillips 4.Noteowrthy—Lalau led all rebounders with 20; Dani White added 10 for Patch (4-2 overall). Katie Kimbel led Ansbach (1-5) with 9 rebounds; Mack added 6 and Pohl 6 rebounds and 6 steals.JV—Patch 10, Ansbach 9

Kaiserslautern 37, Wiesbaden 35 (Friday at Wiesbaden)Kaiserslautern..........9 11 11 6—37Wiesbaden..........7 7 8 13—35Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Liana Knight 13, Emily Badstibner 10, Brittney Smith 8; Wiesbaden: Katie Foxworth 9, Lauren Hodge 6, Monique Hall 6, Lakendra Washington 6.Noteworthy—K-town’s Alisha Simmons sank the winning basket from the right baseline after Wiesbaden had rallied in the final quarter to tie the game. The bucket was Simmons’ lone score of the game. Nancy Jensen of Wiesbaden (4-2 overall) led all rebounders with 12; teammate Washington added 7. Kaiserslautern (4-1) got 8 rebounds from Smith and 6 from Knight. The Division I foes willplay their conference game Jan. 20 at Kaiserslautern.

Ramstein 50, ISB 10 (Friday at Ramstein; scoring ended by courtesy rule)Intnat’l. Sch. of Brussels..........1 3 4 2—10Ramstein..........10 10 6 24—50Top scorers—ISB: Unavailable; Ramstein: Brandy Hale 10, Sierra Stayberg 10, Kendra Lenoir 9.Noteworthy—Hale and Lenoir each had 7 rebounds for Ramstein, which got 6 assists from Stayberg.JV—Ramstein 20, ISB 9

Division I

Ramstein 42, ISB 11 (Saturday at Ramstein)Intnat’l. Sch. of Brussels..........2 1 6 2—11Ramstein..........11 15 10 6—42Top scorers—ISB: Sarah Scibberas 4; Ramstein: Lenoir 15, Kaylen Bannister 7.Noteworthy—Ramstein (6-0 overall, 1-0 in D-I) got 8 assists from Stayberg, 7 rebounds from Bannister and 6 rebounds from Lenoir. ISB is 0-8, 0-3.

MarksmanshipCentral Conference

(Saturday at Ansbach)Team scoring—Würzburg 1,394; Patch 1,371; Ansbach 1,327; Mannheim 1,302Individual winnersOverall—Brenna Goodman (Wzbg) 293 of 300 (DODDS-Europe record; old record 291 by Goodman, Dec. 14, 2006)Prone-Goodman, 100 of 100Kneeling-Carly Sipes (Wzbg), 100 of 100Standing-Goodman, 98 of 100Noteworthy—Goodman scored 95 in kneeling en route to her record total. All four teams in this meet have qualified for European championships Jan. 27 at Patch.

Northwest Conference

(Saturday at Hanau)Team scoring—Giessen 1,212; Hanau 1,181; Baumholder 1,163; Heidelberg 1,100Individual winnersOverall-Zachary Campbell (Gies), 261 of 300Prone-Giovanni Vidal (Han), 95 of 100Standing-Campbell, 86 of 100Kneeling-Bonnie Hillman (Gies), 90 of 100

WrestlingRamstein Takedown Tournament(Saturday)Team scoring-Ramstein 176.5, Kaiserslautern 111.5, Baumholder 87.5, Hanau 86. Other schools participating were Bitburg, Brussels, Heidelberg, Mannheim, Menwith Hill, SHAPE, Vilseck, Wiesbaden and Würzburg.

103 pounds-1, Ty Yocum (Kais); 2, Andre Sherman (Kais); 3, Leon Tillman (Heid); 4, Garrett Ventrice (Rams).112-1, Kuani Tillman (Heid); 2, Jerry Archuleta (Bitb); 3, Cody Roth (Kais); 4, Kevin Watts (Wies).119-1, Tyler Henry (Kais); 2, Daniel Paige (Rams); 3, Taji Peebles (Wies); 4, Deandre Reid (Mann).125-1, Chris Spender (Wies); 2, Kyle Sanders (Rams); 3, William DeGraft (Rams); 4, Spencer Fletcher (Baum).130-1, David Crow (Baum); 2, Paul Hogan (Kais); 3, Joe Buckley (Brus); 4, Ben Meyer (Rams).135-1, Andrew Moon (Hied); 2, Nate Buckley (Brus); 3, Logan Peter (Han); 4, Nik Yocum (Kais).140-1, Michael Smith (Baum); 2, Gerald Baeza (Han); 3, Trey Fortunato (Rams); 4, David Butler (Han).145-1, John Peden (Rams); 2, Ron Peebles (Wies); 3, Jesse Best (MH); 4, Chris Lucynski (Kais)152-1, Jeremiah Raveling (Rams); 2, Cesar Saenz (SHP); 3, Wesley Ezzell (Rams); 4, Alan Sligh (Vils).160-1, Jamie Watts (Bitb); 2, Steven Ponte (Wies); 3, Kirk Acevedo (Rams); 4, Aaron Howe (Baum).171-1, Daniel Renaud (Bitb); 2, Gabe Williams (Han); 3, Daren Fomin (Rams); 4, Damrio Galbreath (Vils).189-1, Corey Targos (Rams); 2, Sean Hipe (Wzbg); 3, Micah Williams (Han); 4, Nick Letsios (SHP).215-1, Eric Oyan (Rams); 2, Johnny Fitzgerald (SHP); 3, William Domko (Heid); 4, Derek Neville (Han).275-1, Sascha Chavez (Kais); 2, Levi Griffin (Vils); 3, Jason Stanley (Baum).Noteworthy-Ramstein’s Peden registered most takedowns, 24. He was not taken down himself, according to Ramstein coach Jeff Pellaton.


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