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WrestlingDODDS-Europe Championships

WIESBADEN ARMY AIRFIELD, Germany — Results from Saturday’s round-robin and semifinal, consolation and Championship bouts in the two-day 2007 DODDS-Europe wrestling Championships which ended Saturday:

Team scoring

Division I—Ramstein 227, Wiesbaden 190, Patch 122.5, Heidelberg 113.5. Kaiserslautern and Lakenheath were unavailable.Division II—AFNORTH 114, Baumholder 102, Bitburg 72.5, Aviano 56.5. Mannneim, SHAPE Vilseck and Würzburg were unavailable.Division III—Hohenfels 88.5, Vicenza 48.5, Hanau 47.5, London Central 33.5. American Overseas School of Rome, Ansbach, Giessen and Sigonella were unavailable.Division IV—Brussels 57, Alconbury 24. Ankara, Bamberg and Menwith Hillm were unavailable.

103 poundsRound-robin—Jerry Archuleta (Bitb) def. Ty Yocum (Kais) 11-9; Jeremy Sessions (Alc) pin Jose Ramon (Ansb) 3:10; Scott Richardson (Baum) pin Logan Porchie (Napl) 1:10; J.J. Donohue (AFN) Bretton Gilbert (Sig) 1:52; Andre Sherman (Kais) def. Leon Tillman (Heid) 7-3; Kenny Cavanaugh (Rams) pin Nick Geronimo (Alc) 3:50Semifinals—Archuleta def. Sherman 8-6; T. Yocum def. Donohue 4-2Fifth place—Tillman pin Richardson 3:20Third place—Donohue def. Sherman 9-2Championship—Archuleta def. T. Yocum 5-3

112 pounds Round-robin—Taji Peebles (Wies) def. Derek Franco (Lake) 16-7; Daniel Paige (Rams) pin Kyle Hinton (Vicz) 1:13; Andrew Quinn (Wies) pin Zach Smith (Heid) 1:28; Edgar Acosta (Baum) by forfeit over Christian Somera (Napl); Cody Roth (Kais) def. Josh Royer (AFN) 9-2; Eddie Quintero (Han) by forfeit over Alfredo Corbett (Kais)Semifinals—T. Peebles pin Quintero 4:55; Acosta pin Franco 2:29Fifth place—Paige pin Roth 3:14Third place—Franco maj. dec. Quintero 11-3Championship—Acosta pin T. Peebles 1:39

119 poundsRound-robin—Chris Spenser (Wies) def. Zach West (Heid) 8-0; James Ricks (Ptch) pin Josh Dennis (LC) 3:21; Shaun Mahadeo (Vicz) pin John Cunningham (Alc) 2:15; Chris Campos (Napl) def. David Hebing (Brus) 11-6; Tyler Henry (Kais) pin Rami Achmar (Heid) 0:19; Jeremiah McGhee (Wies) by forfeit over Jacob Janeczko (Rams).Semifinals—Ricks def. Hebing 5-4; Spenser def. Campos 6-3.Fifth place—West def. Henry 12-8Third place—Campos def. Hebing 5-3Championship—Spenser def. Ricks 2-0

125 poundsRound-robin—Nick Rogers (Ptch) pin Hugh Borchers (LC) 1:53; Kyle Sanders (Rams) pin Alex Frazier (Wies) 2:57; William Hargis (Vils) by forfeit over Tim Flores (Han); David Crow (Baum) pin Daniel Ramirez (Ankara) 0:47; Pablo Martinez (Avi) maj. dec. Damon Dennis (LC) 12-1; Marc Bowman (Vicz) pin Nathan Lorei (Brus) 2:57.Semifinals—Rogers tech. fall D. Ramirez 20-4; Crow pin Sanders 1:27.Fifth place—Borchers pin P. Martinez 0:45Third place—Sanders pin D. Ramirez 2:35Championship—Crow pin Rogers 5:57

130 poundsRound-robin—Kris Higgins (AFN) def. Keats Rowell (Wies) 6-5; Ben Meyer (Rams) pin Dan Crusellas (Napl) 1:06; Joey Buckley (Brus) pin Mark Zumbach (Ansb) 3:45; Andrew Moon (Heid) pin Anthony Rusopli (AOSR) 3:49; Aaron Ellis (Brus) pin Paul Hogan (Kais) 4:49; Damon Hoffman (Lake) def. Jeremy Smithers (Mannheim) 14-10.Semifinals—Moon pin Rowell 5:13; Kr. Higgins def. Ellis 6-0.Fifth place—Hogan maj. dec. Meyer 26-10Third place—Rowell pin Ellis 3:01Championship—Kr. Higgins def. Moon 10-6

135 poundsRound-robin—Trey Fortunato (Rams) pin Mark Caples (Hoh) 2:48; Nate Buckley (Brus) def. Daniel Taylor (Ptch) 12-7; Anthony Collazos (Giessen) pin Anthony Rael (Vils) 4:20; Gary Vogt (Avi) pin Konner Higgins (AFN) 4:40; Logan Peter (Han) by forfeit over Nik Yocum (Kais); Jon Hoffman (Heid) pin James Kuzmick (Napl) 3:59.Semifinals—Vogt maj. dec. N. Buckley 12-4; Fortunato def. J. Hoffman 9-4.Fifth place—Caples def. Ko. Higgins 15-8Third place—N. Buckley def. J. Hoffman 9-2Championship—Vogt def. Fortunato 3-0

140 poundsRound-robin—Brandon Foster (Wies) def. Michael Smith (Baum) 11-9; Chris Oppliger (Ptch) def. Hunter Baudoindajoux (Brus) 9-4; Kyle Wells (Bitb) by forfeit over Connor Kelley (Lake); Shane Hinton (Vicz) def. Emmanuel Ruiz (AFN) 10-3; Chris Lucynski (Kais) pin Gerald Baeza (Han) 3:00; Justin Iseminger (Avi) def. Ryan Dorofee (Rams) 6-4.Semifinals—S. Hinton maj. dec. M. Smith 12-2; Foster def. Lucynski 7-4.Fifth place—Ruiz def. Oppliger 9-5Third place—Lucynski maj. dec. M. Smith 13-3Championship—S. Hinton def. Foster 7-6

145 poundsRound-robin—Jon Peden (Rams) pin Ronald Peebles (Wies) 0:29; J.B. Bender (Avi) pin Roberto Busquier (SHP) 2:49; Lance Beissner (Lake) pin Keith Lowe (Wies) 0:45; Jesse Best (MH) pin Ryan Ramirez (Ptch) 1:54; Allen Sligh (Vils) pin Matt Galos (Rams) 1:23; Stephen Vandal (Hoh) by forfeit over Zach Page (Ptch).Semifinals—R. Peebles maj. dec. Best 12-3; Peden tech. fall S. Vandal 15-0.Fifth place—Bender def. Sligh 5-4Third place—Best maj. dec. S. Vandal 9-0Championship—Peden def. R. Peebles 3-1

152 poundsRound-robin—Dameon Odum (Hoh) pin Kyle Stammer (Vicz) 3:28; Jeremiah Raveling (Rams) pin Steven Herway (Brus) 1:26; Joel Nordstrom (Heid) pin Brad Yates (Alc) 2:30; Jamie Watts (Bitb) pin Cesar Saenz (SHP) 3:24; Dominic Barrale (Ansb) pin Josh Simpson (Wzbg) 5:57; Randy Bowker (Ptch) pin Chris Huckeba (Wies) 4:53.Semifinals—Raveling tech. fall Bowker 18-2; Odum def. Watts 3-2.Fifth place—Stammer pin Saenz 3:00Third place—Watts pin Bowker 2:44Championship—Odum def. Raveling 11-7

160 poundsRound-robin—Eric Vandal (Hoh) pin John Kilroy (Brus) 1:16; David Zumbach (Ansb) pin Gabe Williams (Han) 5:59; Kirk Acevedo (Rams) pin Matt Olson (Napl) 3:43; Daniel Renaud (Bitb) pin Dante Rankin (Avi) 3:15; Steven Ponte (Wies) by forfeit over A'Amir Jagtiani (ASL); David Lock (Rams) pin Adam Tate (LC) 0:50.Semifinals—E. Vandal pin Renaud 1:02; Ponte pin Acevedo 3:38.Fifth place—Lock def. Kilroy 8-6Third—Renaud def. Avevedo 10-7Championship—E. Vandal pin Ponte 1:27

171 poundsRound-robin—Kiko Bratcher (Napl) def. Demario Galbreath (Vils) 10-9; Josiah Rayls (Han) by forfeit over Luis Trujillo (Alc); Darin Fomin (Rams) def. Kolton McMahon (ASL) 6-3; K.C. Brown (Giessen) def. Brock Blankenship (AFN) 13-11; Joey Greager (AOSR) pin Jacob Jones (Wzbg) 1:14; Joseph Craig (Heid) pin Ignacio Villaneuva (SHP) 1:43.Semifinals—Blankenship pin Fomin 2:14; Brown pin McMahon 1:01.Fifth place—Rayls pin Craig 0:54Third place—Fomin def. McMahon 5-0Championship—Blankenship pin Brown 2:43

189 poundsRound-robin—Brian Taylor (Ptch) pin Sascha Miller (AFN) 3:01; Sean Hipe (Wzbg) def. Micha Williams (Han) 5-4; Mike Harder (Wies) pin Chris Jackson (Heid) 2:23; Corey Targos (Rams) pin John Christensen (Wies) 3:58; Nick Letsios (SHP) maj. dec. David Torrogrosso (AOSR) 16-7; Doug Bagnall (Alc) pin Justin Bowen (Avi) 4:58.Semifinals—Targos def. Miller 13-8; Taylor pin Bagnall 1:52.Fifth place—Letsios def. Hipe 5-3Third place—Bagnall pin Miller 5:56Championship—Targos pin Taylor 1:58

215 poundsRound-robin—Eric Oyan (Rams) pin Josh Lee (Vils) 1:42; Brad Bergfeld (Ptch) pin Anthony McKeown (Sig) 1:15; Derek Neville (Han) pin Terrance McNair-Bailey (Kais) 1:44; Ivan Linatoc (LC) pin Mitch Marzaili (Napl) 2:48; William Domko (Heid) pin Daniel Davis (Wzbg) 0:34; Jeff Surpris (Wies) pin Vincent Tucker (Napl) 1:55.Semifinals—Oyan def. Linatoc 8-3; Domko pin Neville 3:50.Fifth place—Lee pin Davis 2:50Third place—Linatoc pin Neville 2:24Championship—Oyan pin Domko 1:17

285 poundsRound-robin—Sasha Chavez (Kais) pin Jason Stanley (Baum) 3:04; Matt Martinez (Ptch) pin Darius Griffin (AFN) 1:59; Matt Hejab (Napl) pin Chris Santos (Lake) 0:50; Evan Watson (Wies) pin Jordan Fackler (Heid) 0:49.Semifinals—Chavez def. Fackler 11-3; Watson def. M. Martinez 12-8.Fifth place—Gregg Gonzalez (Wiesbaden) by injury default over Stanley 2:17Third place—Fackler pin M. Martinez 0:22Championship—Chavez def. Watson 5-4

Most falls—Crow and E. Vandal, 7 eachMost valuable wrestler—Kr. Higgins, AFNORTH

Boys basketballInterdivisional

Kaiserslautern 62, Baumholder 47 (Friday at Kaiserslautern)Score by quarters unavailableTop scorers—Baumholder; Sonny Clark 11, Mike Denson 10; Kaiserslautern Jeremy Marshall 16, Andrew Brewster 13.Noteworthy—Baumholder completed its regular season 11-3.

SHAPE 55, Brussels 14 (Friday at SHAPE, Belgium)Brussels.......4 0 0 10—14SHAPE.......25 12 14 4—55Top scorers—Brussels: Matt Oppenheim 8, Nick Bottesini 4; SHAPE: Kael Richardson 12, Robert Kearney 10, Matt Weber 7, Joey Troxell 6.Noteworthy—According to SHAPE sponsor Rick Renniger, Alton Steele had 5 rebounds and Kelsey Bardell 4 for SHAPE, which collected a forfeit against Brussels of D-IV on Saturday and completed regular season 14-0. Richardson, who had 3 assists and 2 steals, was 6-of-6 from the floor. All 12 Spartans scored in the game. Geoge Konidaris had 4 assists and 3 steals for SHAPE, the probable No. 1 seed in the European D-II tournament this week. Brussels (3-11) is to play in the D-IV tournament.

Heidelberg 76, Hanau 32 (Saturday at Heidelberg)Hanau.......6 9 8 11—32Heidelberg.......20 23 17 16—76Top scorers—Hanau Malcolm Griffin, 14; Heidelberg: Shon Fisher 13, Fred Johnson 12.Noteworthy–Dominque Simon and J.C. Sharer led Heidelberg (11-3) in rebounding wth 4 each.

Division I

Heidelberg 57, Patch 32 (Friday at Vaihingen, Germany)Heidelberg.......12 9 23 13—57Patch.......9 3 13 7—32Top scorers—Heidelberg: Chris Frazier 14, Shon Fisher 12; Patch: (first names not available) Phelps 10, Jarrard 7, Williams 5.Noteworthy—Heidelberg concluded its conference season 6-0, winning the Division I conference Championship and earning top seed for this week’s European Division I tournament.

Ramstein 81, Wiesbaden 54 (Friday at Wiesbaden)Ramstein.......17 18 18 28—81Wiesbaden.......12 11 22 9—54Top scorers—Ramstein: Scott Sublousky 26, Rob Heller 14, Steph-an James 14, John Myrick 12; Wiesbaden: Bryce Lee 13, Troy James 10.JV—Ramstein 65, Wiesbaden 64

Wiesbaden 72, Patch 47 (Saturday at Wiesbaden)Patch.......10 14 12 11—47Wiesbaden.......20 19 17 16—72Top scorers—Patch: Justin Phelps 9, Jose Diaz 7, Julius Johnson-Rich 7, Jeff Horsley 7; Wiesbaden: Lee 24, James 16, Dominque Gowens 8, Mike Blue 8.Noteworthy—Patch (1-5 DI, 3-12 overall) got 11 rebounds from Brandon Perry, and 5 each from Horsley and Maurice Rolle. Wiesbaden (4-2, 8-6) got 6 rebounds from Gowens and 5 each from Lee and James.

Division II

Würzburg 60, Vilseck 59 (Friday at Vilseck)Würzburg.......16 13 14 17—60Vilseck.......12 13 18 16—59Top scorers—Würzburg: B.J. Harvey 14, Jamal Caldwell 13, Korey Workman 13; Vilseck: Kollin Jordan 17, Ronnie Turner 11, Dextra Johnson 10, Kyed Najdari 8, Chris Lewis 8Noteworthy—Harvey hit 4 3-pointers and had 7 rebounds for Würzburg, according to Vilseck coach Rick Ritter. Jordan had 10 rebounds and Lewis 7 steals and 5 assists for Vilseck.

Würzburg 46, Vilseck 40 (Saturday at Würzburg)Scores by quarter not availableTop scorers—Vilseck: Johnson 11, Najdari 11, Lewis 8, Jordan 8; Würzburg: James Robinson 12, Workman 11, Caldwell 10.Noteworthy—Workman had 10 rebounds, Caldwell 7 and Harvey 4 for Würzburg (5-1 DII-South, 9-5) which claimed the conference title. Vilseck (2-4, 6-8) got 7 rebounds from Najdari and Jordan, 6 from Lewis and 5 from Johnson.

BFA 51, Mannheim 50 (Friday at Black Forest Academy)Scores by quarter not availableTop scorers—Mannheim: D’Shon Mathis 19, Courtney Wicks 14, Anthony Cook 7; BFA: Andy Olsen 14, Nathan Krause 13, Billy Reed 10.Noteworthy—Mathis had 16 rebounds and Wicks 6 for Mannheim. Nicky Holland had 8 rebounds and Krause 7 for BFA.

BFA 51, Mannheim 37 (Saturday at BFA)Scores by quarter not availableTop scorers—Mannheim: Wicks 9, Byron Daniel 6; BFA: Reed 18, Krause 13, Holland 8.Noteworthy—Daniel led Mannheim (1-5 II-South, 3-11 overall) with 7 bebounds, while Kevin Brown had 6 and Mathis 5; Reed and Krause each had 6 rebounds for BFA (4-2, 6-8)and David Olsen had 5.

Bitburg 66, AFNORTH 38 (Friday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Bitburg.......18 8 19 21—66AFNORTH.......10 8 2 18—38Top scorers—Bitburg: Josh Collett 13, Jon Collett 13; AFNORTH: Leonard Frederick 10, Ryan Wright

Bitburg 70, AFNORTH 33 (Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Bitburg.......26 27 8 9—70AFNORTH.......7 11 9 6—33Top scores—Bitburg: Chad Robinson 23, Chris Redding 8, Josh Collett 8; AFNORTH: Frederick 15, Anthony Poole 8.Noteworthy—Robinson had 8 rebounds and Redding 6 for Bitburg, which earned its first conference wins with the sweep and finished 5-9 overall and 2-4 DII-North. AFNORTH finished the regular season 3-11, 0-6.

Division III

Giessen 64, Ansbach 47 (Friday at Ansbach)Giessen.......17 16 23 8—64Ansbach.......13 16 7 11—47Top scorers—Giessen: C.J. Battle 25, Gee Williams 14, D.J. George 11; Ansbach: Adrian Shack 11, Xavier Sheppard 11, Sam Freeman 8.Noteworthy—According to Ansbach coach Marcus George, Battle led all rebounders with 10; Storm Freeman grabbed 8 for Ansbach. Rico Rawls snared 6 rebounds and Lester Banks 4 for III-South champion Giessen; Shack and Sheppard had 5 each for Ansbach.

Giessen 51, Ansbach 44 (Saturday at Ansbach)Giessen.......12 9 8 22—51Ansbach.......6 14 10 14—44Top scorers—Giessen: Battle 24; Williams 17, Luster Banks 7; Ansbach: Jiamine Kimbell 16, Charles Butler 12, Shack 6Noteworthy—Battle, who hit 2 clutch 3-pointers in the closing seconds to break open a close game, had 12 rebounds, Ricco Rawls 7 and Banks and Williams 4 each. Ansbach rebounders were led by Charles Butler with 9, Storm Freeman with 7 and Kimbell with 6.

Bamberg 55, Hohenfels 43 (Friday at Hohenfels)Bamberg.......12 11 16 16—55Hohenfels.......10 12 10 11—43Top scorers—Bamberg: Dillon Baker 20, Josh Robinson 11, Marvin Gholston 6, Dwight Richardson 6; Hohenfels: B.J. Denson 11, Anthony Marshall 10, Ray Odum 9.

Bamberg 56, Hohenfels 55 (Saturday at Bamberg)Hohenfels.......8 12 11 24—55Bamberg.......11 17 11 17—56Top scorers—Hohenfels: Denson 15, Marshall 14, D.J. Davis 12; Bamberg: Richardson 17, Baker 16, Robinson 15.Noteworthy—According to Bamberg coach Charles Jordan, Baker grabbed 15 rebounds and Richardson and Robinson 10 each. Ray Odum led Hohenfels with 9 rebounds; Denson added 8 and Marshall 4.

Hohenfels 57, Ansbach 53 (Wednesday at Hohenfels)Ansbach.......6 19 15 13—53Hohenfels.......17 8 21 11—57Top scorers—Ansbach: Shack 23, John Willis 13, Jaimine Kimbell 7; Hohenfels: Denson 21, Mike Tillberg 14, Rey Marshall 7.Noteworthy—According to Hohenfels coach Kathy Clemmons, Sheppard snagged 10 rebounds for Ansbach in this makeup game of an earlier snow-out. Ray Odum had 7 rebounds and Denson and Tillberg 6 each for Hohenfels, which got 5 steals from Anthony Marshall.

Girls basketballInterdivisional

Heidelberg 48, Hanau 41 (OT) (Saturday at Heidelberg)Hanau.......18 19 4 9 0—41Heidelberg.......7 12 9 13 7—48Top scorers—Hanau: Latanya Wilson 16, Fei Olai 15, Lisa Fontanez 6; Heidelberg: Ellen Tolsma 20, Deandra Rodgers 10, Shae Rogers 6, Jessica Blanks 6.Noteworthy—Emily Morris had 9 rebounds for Hanau (8-6). For Heidelberg (8-6) Tolsma had 10 rebounds, Rodgers 9 rebounds and Rogers had 6 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists.

Division I

Heidelberg 41, Patch 22 (Friday at Vaihingen, Germany)Heidelberg.......16 8 13 4—41Patch.......4 7 5 6—22Top scorers—Heidelberg: Shae Rogers 11, Ellen Tolsma 8; Patch: Brittany Phillips 11, Janel Briscoe 7.Noteworthy—Kasy’e Lalau posted 8 rebounds, 8 blocks and 7 steals for Patch, which got 4 blocks from Phillips and 4 rebounds from Dani Thomas. Fallon Puppolo stole the ball 7 times for Heidelberg (3-3 in Division I) which got 6 steals from Rogers, 11 rebounds from Deandra Rodgers and 5 rebounds each from Tolsma, and Katie Anest.

Ramstein 45, Wiesbaden 31 (Friday at Ramstein)Wiesbaden.......0 9 7 15—31Ramstein.......15 5 13 12—45Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Nancy Jensen 10; Ramstein: Kendra Lenoir 19, Kaylen Bannister 12.Noteworthy—Jensen had 7 rebounds for Wiesbaden, Bannister had 12 for Ramstein, which finished its regular season 6-0 in Division I, 14-0 overall.JV—Wiesbaden 38, Ramstein 35

Wiesbaden 31, Patch 24 (Saturday at Wiesbaden)Patch.......10 4 5 5—24Wiesbaden.......11 8 6 6—31Top scorers—Patch: Kasy’e Lalau 10, Janel Brisco 8. Wiesbden: Lauen Hodge 10, Monique Hall 6.Noteworthy—Lalau had 20 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 blocks for Patch and Dani Thomas had 5 rebounds. Wiesbaden got 7 rebounds from Lakendra Washington and 6 each from Hodge and Nancy Jensen, plus 6 steals from Chi Chi Nieves.

Division II

BFA 50, Mannheim 25 (Friday at Kandern, Germany)Mannheim....... 3 8 8 6—25Black Forest Academy.......7 11 16 16—50Top scorers—Mannheim: Janelle Barnes 7, Monica Nuemberg 5, Erica Wilson 5; BFA: Stephanie Zub 10, Mallory Holladay 9, Rebekah Chew 8Noteworthy—According to BFA coach Julia Wolters, Zub had 9 rebounds, Anne McClary 6 and Ginny Holladay 5. BFA got 6 steals from M. Holladay and 3 blocks from McClary, Wolters added.

Vilseck 42, Würzburg 27 (Friday at Vilseck)Würzburg.......6 2 8 11—27Vilseck.......12 13 6 11—42Top scorers—Würzburg: Allison McKearn 21, Kristen Hickey 4; Vilseck: Ashley Hicks 10, Shamyra Coleman 8, Alania McKinnis 8, Alyshea Buckley 7Noteworthy—According to Vilseck coach Alex Veto, McKearn led all rebounders with 13; her Lady Wolves teammates Hickey and Adrianna Archie added 4 each. Vilseck, which clinched the Division II-South crown had 7 rebounds and 5 assists from Hicks, 6 rebounds from McKinnis and 6 steals each from Coleman and Tamaria Hollis.

Vilseck 24, Würzburg 19 (Saturday at Würzburg)Score by quarters not availableTop scorers—Vilseck Hicks 11, DelaRosa 8; Würzburg: McKearn 11, Kristin Hickey 6Noteworthy—Hicks had 8 rebounds and McKinnis 7 for Vilseck. Würzburg rebounders were led by Adrianna Archie with 16, Hickey with 9 and McKearn with 7.

Bitburg 28, AFNORTH 18 (Friday at AFNORTH)Score by quarters not availableTop scorers—Bitburg Danyel Robinson 15, Jennica Botonis 6, Ebonae Harris 3; AFNORTH: Jazmin Miller 8, Devora Ortega 6.Noteworthy—Robinson led Bitburg with 7 rebounds, Miller had 5b rebounds and 6 steals for AFNORTH.

Division III

Hohenfels 44, Ansbach 40 (Wednesday at Hohenfels)Ansbach.......4 8 14 14—40Hohenfels.......12 5 18 9—44Top scorers—Ansbach: Stephanie Stinson 15, Amber Mack 13; Hohenfels: Brittany Merriweather 15, Vanessa Turner 12, Mica Nicholson 9

Hohenfels 60, Bamberg 26 (Friday at Hohenfels)Bamberg.......6 15 2 3—26Hohenfels.......24 11 13 12—60Top scorers—Bamberg: Avian Bryent 7, Jenna Cepe 6, Belinda Zapata 5; Hohenfels: Turner 14, Nicholson 13, Esselyn Andino 8, Merriweather 8Noteworthy—According to Hohenfels coach joyce Dusenberry, Turner had 12 rebounds and Kim Howard 7 for Hohenfels, which got 7 steals from Merriweather.JV—Hohenfels 19, Bamberg 9 (2 quarters)

Giessen 48, Ansbach 38 (Friday at Ansbach)Giessen.......14 5 15 14—48Ansbach.......11 5 12 10—38Top scorers—Giessen: Elisha Darby 27, Amanda Gray 12; Ansbach: Amber Mack 12, Carmen Hill 10.Noteworthy—For Giessen, Tiana Benjamin had 13 rebounds and 7 steals, Kylie Klenk had 10 rebounds, Darby had 7 rebounds and Gray 9 steals. Stephanie Stinson had 14 rebounds and Katie Kimmel 12 for Ansbach.

Giessen 50, Ansbach 40 (Saturday at Ansbach)Giessen.......17 16 5 12—50Ansbach.......6 12 14 8—40Top scorers—Giessen: Benjamin 19, Darby 11, Gray 11. Ansbach: Mack 24, Hill 10.Noteworthy—For Giessen (10-4 overall, 6-2 D-III South) Benjamin had 17 rebounds, Krystal Elliott 14 and Vanessa Whatley 7. For Ansbach (4-10 and 2-6) Mack had 12 rebounds and 5 steals, and Kimmel had 12 rebounds.

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