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Cross country

(All races covered 5,000 meters and were run Saturday)

At AFNORTHBoys

Team scoring—Ramstein 19, Lakenheath 48, Baumholder 84, AFNORTH 104

Individual leaders—1, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 17:23; 2, Arch Robertson (Lake) 17:34; 3, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 17:48; 4, Thomas Amrine (Rams) 17:50; 5, Tom Gould (Rams) 18:11; 6, Miles Kirts (Rams) 18:14; 7, Joe Gould (Rams) 18:14; 8, Gustav Meyners (Rams) 18:22; 9, Sigifredo Adriano (Baum) 18:30; 10, Joe Sullivan (Lake) 18:35

Girls

Team scoring—Ramstein 18, Lakenheath 45, AFNORTH 81, Baumholder incomplete

Individual leaders—1, Elizabeth Doe (Rans) 20:32; 2, Laura Welch (Rams) 21:02; 3, Amber Buckingham (Lake) 21:59; 4, Felicia Gonzalez (Rams) 22:02; 5, Tally Elbert (Rams) 22:35.05; 6, Meaghan Rummage (Rams) 23:35.06; 7, Lexy Grimm (Rams) 23:39; 8, Laura Brannon (Lake) 24:05; 9, Victoria Adriano (Baum) 24:07; 10, Megan Nichols (Rams) 24:32

At BrusselsBoys

Team scoring—Brussels 47, SHAPE 51, St. John’s International School of Brussels 92, Menwith Hill 161. British School of Brussels and Alconbury were incomplete.

Individual leaders—1, David Westland (Brus) 17:04; 2, Lawrence Vandervoort (StJ) 17:05; 3, Ben Bigelow (Brus) 17:15; 4, Shane Devlin (Alc) 17:39; 5, Tim Barry (Brus) 17:48; 6, Scott LaBelle (Brus) 17:59; 7, Curtis Engel (SHP) 18:06; 8, Ernestas Tyminas (Alc) 18:19; 9, Juan Castaneda (SHP)18:25; 10, Alvaro Sanchez (SHP) 18:38

Girls

Team scoring—St. John’s International School of Brussels 24, SHAPE 37. Alconbury, Brussels and British School of Brussels were incomplete.

Individual leaders—1, Maxine Grohol (StJ) 21:18; 2, Jessie Renshaw (StJ) 21:45; 3, Mackenzie Lowery (St J) 22:36; 4, Liz Burden (SHP) 22:46; 5, Hillary Lynde (StJ) 22:52; 6, Julia Mendenhall (SHP) 23:01; 7, Heidi Northshield (SHP) 23:11; 8, Freddie Sliffer (BSB) 23:12; 9, Meghan Campany (SHP) 23:16; 10, Emily Tedesco (Brus) 23:19

At BitburgBoys

Team scoring—Wiesbaden 22, Kaiserslautern 34, Bitburg 84

Individual leaders—1, Daniel Parker (Wies) 17:26; 2, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 17:54; 3, Zachary Winne (Wies) 18:10; 4, Matt Harvey (Kais) 18:23; 5, Gideon Barnhart (Wies) 18:35; 6, Stephen Hook (Kais) 18:40; 7, Barry Matheney (Kais) 18:50; 8, Jalen Wright (Kais) 19:13; 9, Austin Peterson (Kais) 19:20; 10, Bryan Walker (Kais) 19:22

Girls

Team scoring—Kaiserslautern 19, Wiesbaden 36, Bitburg incomplete

Individual leaders—1, Colleen Davis (Kais) 20:53 (Course record. Old record unavailable); 2, Morgan Lawrence (Kais) 21:02; 3, Amber Core (Kais) 21:18; 4, Celina Ponte (Wies) 21:32; 5, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 21:38; 6, Catherine Leknes (Wies) 21:48; 7, Meghan Smith (Wies) 21:55; 8, Janel Firth (Kais) 21:57; 9, Shena Cousins (Wies) 22:10; 10, Whitney Larson (Wies) 22:11

Aviano at NaplesBoys

Team scoring—Aviano 26, Naples 33

Individual leaders—1, Sean Wilson (Avi) 16:57; 2, Ian Eversman (Nap) 18:07; 3, Adam Thomas (Nap)18:23; 4, Robert Cavin (Avi) 18:27; 5, Mac Kleven (Nap) 18:29; 6, Myles Winright (Avi) 18:41; 7, Steven Heath (Avi) 18:48; 8, Zachary Erskine (Avi) 18:49; 9, Matt James (Avi) 18:51; 10, David Arreguin (Nap) 18:52

Girls

Team scoring—Naples 19, Aviano 42

Individual leaders—1, Shannon Cuthbert (Nap) 21:44; 2, Haylea Witz (Nap) 22:16; 3, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:40; 4, Shannon Marshall (Nap) 23:21; 5, Katie Chartier (Nap) 23:28; 6, Aviano runner’s name unavailable 23:52; 7, Ashley Bowe (Nap) 24:38; 8, Taylor Roundtree (Avi) 24:44; 9, Taylor Person (Nap) 24:47; 10, Katie Waller (Nap) 25:34

Tennis

(Matches were played Saturday. Individual forfeits not listed but included in team score. Time permitting, No. 1 singles and doubles play best-of-three sets; all others single eight-game pro set. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses.)

Lakenheath at SHAPESHAPE boys 5, Lakenheath 4

Nikolay Gospodinov (SHP) def. Danny Burroughs (Lake) 6-1, 6-1; Andrei Mavris (SHP) def. Tyler Poppenwimer 8-0; Juan dela Torre (SHP) def. Andrew Cates 8-2; Layton Little (Lake) def. Tomislav Loborec 8-3; Trae Tall (Lake) def. Andres Carrillo Castillio 8-0; Mavris and dela Torre def. Poppenwimer and Tall 6-0, 6-0; Gospodinov and Loborec def. Little and Joey Beach 8-3

Lakenheath girls 6, SHAPE 3

Svenja Jansen (SHP) def. Meghan Bateman 6-0, 6-0; Ciara Ryan (Lake) def. Panna Balla 8-2; Gaby Gargis (Lake) def. Ellen Campany 8-2; Samantha Serd (lake) def. Selena Suparman 8-1; Natalia Gackova (SHP) def. Meagan Adams 8-4; Rebekah Gamble (Lake) def. Aika Kurbanova 8-1; Ryan and Gargis def. Campany and Suparman 6-2, 6-4; Jansen and Gackova def. Serd and Adams 8-3; Erica Ripley and Lia Caverly (Lake) def. Serina Somaratna and Alexa Erdogan 8-2

Patch at HohenfelsPatch boys 9, Hohenfels 0

Jon Lightner def. Rene Bourgeois 6-0, 6-0; Josh Lightner def. Andy Mulvihill 8-2; Charlie Schoonover def. Zach Wood 8-0; Justin McManus def. Stephen Schafer 8-0; Nick Pugh def. Nic Dominguez 8-0; Schoonover and Westlee Parker def. Bourgeois and Wood 6-3, 6-1; McManus and Pugh def. Mulvihill and Schafer 8-3

Patch girls 8, Hohenfels 1

Holly Martin (Pat) def. Casey Leon 6-4, 6-2; Donna Smales (Pat) def. Caroline Bourgeois 8-2; Sara Reynolds (Pat) def. Allison Moczynski 8-1; Giselle Wagstaff (Pat) def. Kat Harp 8-5; Erin Redden (Hoh) def. Mallory Flynn 8-2; Smales and Reynolds def. Bourgeois and Harp 6-1, 6-0; Wagstaff and Martin def. Leon and Moczynski 8-3

Noteworthy—Patch boys are 27-0 this season.

Alconbury at AFNORTHAlconbury boys 8, AFNORTH 1

Westin McKinney (AFN) def. Peter Rydzynski 6-1, 6-3; Matthew Thrasher (Alc) def. Nicolai Dybvad 8-4; Ian Armour (Alc) def. Eric Childs 8-2; Ronnie Behr (Alc) def. Markus Samuelson 9-7; Thrasher and Armour def. McKinney and Dybvad 2-6, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable) 6-3; Rydzynski and Behr def. Childs and Samuelson 8-3

AFNORTH girls 6, Alconbury 3

Mandy Hand (Alc) def. Elie Katzenson 6-3, 6-1; Stephanie Seitz (AFN) def. Ashley Hand 8-3; Taylor BonenClark (AFN) def. Taylor Malcolm 8-4; Kaley Harless (AFN) def. Rhiannon Crump 8-2; Emily Jensen (AFN) def. Katherine Glad 9-8 (7-2); Natalia Busuttil (AFN) def. Kyra Schultz 8-1; Seitz and BonenClark def. A. Hand and Malcolm 6-1, 6-0; M. Hand and Crump def. Katzenson and Harless 9-7; Glad and Schultz def. Jensen and Busuttil 9-7

Noteworthy—Seitz-BonenClark duo remained unbeaten in 2009.

Wiesbaden at BaumholderWiesbaden boys 9, Baumholder 0

Evin Alarilla def. Van Phillips 6-0, 6-0; Arman Alarilla def. Ephraim Wilson 8-0; Jeffrey Holt def. Victor Silva 8-0; A. Alarilla and Holt def. Phillips and Silva 6-0, 6-0

Wiesbaden girls 8, Baumholder 1

Kendra Cameron (Baum) def. Rebecca Borner 6-2, 6-2; Sarah Kempner-Strehlow (Wies) def. Grecia Maldonado 8-6; Jill Fredrickson (Wies) def. Rachel Money 8-4; Kelsey Smith (Wies) def. Rebecca Lee 8-6; Taylor Dore (Wies) def. Angelica Pabon 8-0; Ashley Charles def. Sofia McCormick 8-0; Kempner-Strehlow and Fredrickson def. Money and Maldonado 6-2, 6-0; Dore and Borner def. Lee and Pabon 8-0; Smith and Charles def. McCormick and (first name unavailable) Rene 8-0

Volleyball

(Saturday. Varsity matches are rally-point best-of-five; JV’s play rally point best-of-three)

GirlsAt Bitburg

Bitburg def. Baumholder 25-8, 25-8, 25-8

Noteworthy—For Bitburg, Alex Schmidt totaled 11 aces, 8 kills; Jayde Robbins served 6 aces and made 3 kills; Emily Kroloff handed out 12 assists and Tori Trottier 8.

Bitburg def. Kaiserslautern 25-14, 25-13, 22-25, 25-20

Noteworthy—Lizzie Rios came up with 11 digs, 3 kills and 2 aces in D-II Bitburg’s second straight conquest of a D-I foe. Schmidt added 5 kills and 3 aces, and Robbins 4 digs, 3 aces and a kill. K-town got 6 kills and 2 aces from All-European Tatjana Gainey and 4 kills from Meagan Decker.

Kaiserslautern def. Baumholder 25-19, 25-19, 25-15

Noteworthy—Gainey and Kara Helm each put away 4 kills for K-town. Laura Bailes led Baumholder with 10 assists, 4 kills, 4 aces and 4 digs. Her teammate Alex Bower posted 10 assists, 4 aces and 3 kills, and Lauren Dooley served 9 aces and handed out 3 assists for Baumholder.

At Milan

Sigonella def. Milan 25-23, 18-25, 25-17, 25-21

Noteworthy—Tracy Ewert had 9 kills and Rae Burgess 8 for Sigonella, which got 5 kills and 4 aces from Liz Frost.

Sigonella def. Florence 25-11, 23-25, 25-19, 25-20

Noteworthy—Ewert registered 10 kills and 6 aces, and her teammate Emily Cartwright posted 8 kills and 5 aces.

At Vilseck

Vilseck def Hohenfels 17-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-18

Noteworthy—Kimberlee Akuna clawed out 13 digs for Vilseck, which also benefited from 12-of-15 serving, including 4 aces, and 8 kills by Anna Muzzy. Vilseck’s Mariah Morris served 6 aces among her 21-of-22 successful tries and chalked up 5 kills. Vilseck’s Najja Beaulieu-Hains, who racked up 6 kills and a solo block, was 12-of-12 serving with an ace. Completing Vilseck’s list of outstanding service accuracy were Sarah Huestis, 9-of-10 with 2 aces, and Taylor Hall, 17-of-19 with 2 aces. Huestis also handed out 18 assists.

At AFNORTH

Lakenheath def. AFNORTH 25-23, 25-16, 23-25, 25-14

Noteworthy—Nicole McBride handed out 14 assists, and Breanna Denesha put away 9 kills for Lakenheath.

Ramstein def. AFNORTH 25-15, 25-15, 25-21

Noteworthy—Charnel Austin made 7 kills and 11 assists for Ramstein, which got 10 assists from Jessica Wolfard, 14 kills from Nadia Booker and 6 kills from Mackenzie Bannister.

Ramstein def. Lakenheath 25-14, 25-22, 25-15

Noteworthy—Chantel Barfield was credited with 15 blocks for Ramstein, which got 10 kills, 12 assists and 4 aces from Austin; 8 kills, 7 blocks and 3 aces from Booker; 5 kills and 5 blocks from Bannister, and 9 assists from Wolfard.

Youth swimmingEuropean Forces Swim LeagueSaturday at SHAPE

Team scoring—Stuttgart 483, SHAPE 469, Eifel 73

Triple individual winners—Paul Dalton, Andrew Edward, Clarie Lewitt, Samantha McGonigle, Kyle Rogers, Jun Simmons, Grace Swehla, Katie Viana and Will Viana, Stuttgart, and Balla Benjamin, Becca DiNunzio, Ryan Frayne, Nick Goszkowicz, Gregor Heim and Helene Seegart, SHAPE

SHAPE team records set—Frayne, 13-14 boys’ 1,500-meter freestyle, 19:35.22 (old record unavailable); Heim, 8-and-younger boys’ 5-meter butterfly, 47.89 (old record unavailable).

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