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Boys basketballNonconference

Baumholder 60, London Central 55 (OT)

(Friday at Baumholder)London Central..........14 11 19 8 3—55Baumholder..........6 25 10 11 8—60Top scorers—London Central: David Marbury 22, Steve Dyson 11, John Secules 8, Michael Regan 7; Baumholder: Sonny Clark 21, Mike Denson 14, True Davis 13, Justin Holliday 10.Noteworthy—According to Baumholder coach Spencer Bean, Marbury led all rebounders with 10. Marbury also made 3 assists for London Central, which got 7 rebounds from Travis Bandoh and 4 assists and 3 steals from Frank Augusto. Davis led Baumholder with 9 rebounds; Clark added 7.JV—Baumholder 51, London Central 25

Baumholder 51, London Central 29

(Saturday at Baumholder)London Central..........6 6 11 6—29Baumholder..........11 9 14 17—51Top scorers—London Central: Dyson 11, Marbury 7, Augusto 5; Baumholder: Clark 21, Justin Holliday 6, Davis 6, C.J. Roberts 6.Noteworthy—Holliday grabbed 14 rebounds, and Clark had 6 steals and 4 assists for Baumholder (5-0). Roberts added 4 steals to the cause. Augusto snared 5 rebounds for London Central (2-3).JV—Baumholder 40, London Central 11

Kaiserslautern 66, Ramstein 57

(Friday at Kaiserslautern; some first names unavailable)Ramstein..........11 11 18 17—57Kaiserslautern..........16 15 14 21—66Top scorers—Ramstein: Scott Sublouski 21, Chris Williams 12, A.J. Hawkins 9; Kaiserslautern: Jeremy Marshall 18; Andrea Brewster 16, J. Portillo 10.Noteworthy—Portillo and J. Frank each had 8 rebounds for Kaiserslautern, which got 7 rebounds from C.J. McKenzie, 8 steals from Brewster and 6 steals from Marshall. Robert Heller had 9 rebounds and Brent Schuck 5 for Ramstein (3-1).

Rota 73, English Center 15

(Friday at Rota)English Center..........4 0 8 3—15Rota..........16 19 18 20—73Top scorers—English Center: Unavailable; Rota: Jeffery Shelton 20, Alan Dowden 12, Zach Collins 10, Kevin Rios 10.Noteworthy—Shelton posted 12 rebounds, 10 steals, 5 assists, and C.J. Lamb had 10 rebounds for Rota, which next plays Friday and Saturday.

Würzburg 45, Bamberg 42

(Friday at Würzburg)Bamberg..........6 6 10 20—42Würzburg..........6 16 12 11—45Top scorers—Bamberg: Marvin Gholston 18, Dwight Richardson 9, Dillon Baker 7; Würzburg: Korey Workman 18, James Robinson 7.Noteworthy—According to Würzburg coach Juanita Johnson, Workman and Robinson led all rebounders with 8 each; their Würzburg teammate B.J. Harvey grabbed 6. D.B. Bryant had 4 assists for Würzburg. Baker had 7 rebounds, Gholston 6 and Josh Robinson 5 for Bamberg.

Bamberg 44, Würzburg 35

(Saturday at Bamberg)Würzburg..........8 7 4 16—35Bamberg..........10 10 16 8—44Top scorers—Würzburg: Harvey 8, Robinson 8, Bryant 7; Bamberg: Gholston 12, Baker 10, Josh Robinson 8, Nick Bookout 7.Noteworthy—According to Bamberg coach Charles Jordan, Baker led all rebounders with 10. Bamberg (5-1) got 6 rebounds each from Gholston and Josh Robinson. Bryant collected 6 rebounds and James Robinson and Harvey 3 each for Würzburg (2-2).JV—None.

Hohenfels 54, Vilseck 53

(Saturday at Hohenfels)Vilseck..........14 17 11 11—53Hohenfels..........10 8 16 20—54Top scorers—Vilseck: Kollin Jordan 17, Dextra Johnson 10, Kyed Najdawi 10; Hohenfels: B.J. Denson 22, Justin Battley 10, Anthony Marshall 8.Noteworthy—Rey Marshall had 7 rebounds for Hohenfels (4-1), which got 13 rebounds, 7 assists, 5 steals and 4 blocks from Denson. Devon Douglas and Chris Lewis each had 10 rebounds for Vilseck (1-4). Ronnie Turner and Jordan each snared 9 rebounds for Vilseck.JV—Hohenfels 26, Vilseck 26 (tie)

Giessen 65, Alconbury 30

(Friday at Alconbury)Giessen..........17 19 12 17—65Alconbury..........6 4 17 3—30Top scorers—Giessen: Timothy Fleming 16, C.J. Battle 15, D.J. George 11; Alconbury: Cristian Felice 14, Rick Mateus 9.Noteworthy—Felice grabbed 11 rebounds.JV—Giessen 37, Alconbury 13.

Giessen 64, Alconbury 46

(Saturday at Alconbury)Giessen..........17 17 17 13—64Alconbury..........11 18 11 6—46Top scorers—Giessen: George 15, Battle 14, Rico Rawls 11; Alconbury: Randy Gilleland 22, Felice 13.Noteworthy—Giessen is 4-1. Felice snared 17 rebounds for Alconbury (0-4).JV—Giessen 51, Alconbury 22

Bitburg 72, Wiesbaden 60

(Friday at Bitburg)Wiesbaden..........17 17 19 7—60Bitburg..........18 16 21 17—72Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Bryce Lee 23, Terrell Harper 19; Bitburg: Chad Roberson 28, Josh Collett 13, Mario Shanks 11.Noteworthy—According to Bitburg coach David Turner, Roberson and Collett each grabbed 11 rebounds and Shanks 10. Harper pulled down 14 rebounds for Wiesbaden (4-1).JV—Unavailable.

Bitburg 56, Mannheim 38

(Saturday at Bitburg)Mannheim..........8 7 10 13—38Bitburg..........13 11 17 15—56Top scorers—Mannheim: Anthony Cook 13, Byron Daniel 7, Marcus Camps 6; Bitburg: Roberson 24, Collett 13, Shanks 8.Noteworthy—Roberson recorded 10 rebounds for Bitburg (2-4), which got 6 rebounds from Shanks and 3 assists, 2 steals and a blocked shot from Collett. Mannheim (0-4) got 8 rebounds each from Cook and Kevin Brown, 7 more from Daniel and 4 steals and 3 assists from Camps.JV—Unavailable.

SHAPE 57, Lakenheath 33

(Friday at Lakenheath)SHAPE..........14 12 17 14—57Lakenheath..........3 9 9 12—33Top scorers—SHAPE: Robert Kearney 13, George Konidaris 13, Mike Konidaris 8, Kael Richardson 6, Matt Weber 4; Lakenheath: Carl Snapp 18, Taiyo Robertson 8, Eddie Alford 6, Chris Grimsley 1.JV—Lakenheath 32, SHAPE 30

SHAPE 56, Lakenheath 33

(Saturday at Lakenheath)SHAPE..........13 12 17 14—56Lakenheath..........6 9 9 9—33Top scorers—SHAPE: M. Konidaris 15, Richardson 10, Kearney 10, Alton Steele 6, G. Konidaris 5; Lakenheath: David Eargle 13, Snapp 8, Antoine Kelly 5, Alford 5.Noteworthy—Steel grabbed 4 rebounds for SHAPE (4-0). Lakenheath is 3-3.JV—SHAPE 37, Lakenheath 26.

Division I

Heidelberg 48, ISB 8

(Friday at Heidelberg)Int’l. Sch. of Brussels..........2 6—8Heidelberg..........24 24—48Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Ardnt Essa 6; Heidelberg: Keith Dupont 12, Zach Tapp-Wilson 11, Shon Fisher 10, Josh Darling 8, Ryan Rohren 8.Noteworthy—According to Heidelberg coach Brad Shahan, Fisher posted 5 steals and 4 assists in game in which scoring ended in second quarter because of 40-point courtesy rule. Dupont and Darling each added 4 steals; Dupont handed out 4 assists. J.C. Sharer had 5 rebounds, and Dominique Simon and Alex Savusa had 4 rebounds each. ISB got 2 rebounds each from Dominic Cucotta and Austin Beck.JV—Heidelberg 54, ISB 23

Heidelberg 60, ISB 20

(Saturday at Heidelberg)Int’l Sch. of Brussels..........9 8 3 0—20Heidelberg..........18 14 16 12—60Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Beck 7, John Szramiak 5, John Webb 4; Heidelberg: Fisher 15, Tapp-Wilson 8, Dupont 7, Chris Frazier 7.Noteworthy—Sharers led all rebounders with 8 and Rohren added 7 for Heidelberg (3-1 overall and 1-0 in D-I). Fisher handed out 5 assists and Fred Johnson 4, while Simon grabbed 5 rebounds and made 4 steals. Frazier and Dupont each made 3 steals. Szramiak and Webb each posted 6 rebounds for ISB (1-5, 0-1).JV—Heidelberg 49, ISB 10

Division III-North

Menwith Hill 38, Brussels 37

(Friday at Menwith Hill)Brussels..........9 5 8 15—37Menwith Hill..........9 11 13 5—38Top scorers—Brussels: Matt Oppenheim 18, Nick Bottesini 7; Menwith Hill: Greg Puccletti 12, Andrew Kaaihue 9, Aanton Moore 9.Noteworthy—According to Menwith Hill coach Pete Resnick, Brussels just missed victory at the buzzer when a 3-point try by Oppenheim was long. Oppenheim had 16 rebounds for Brussels; Puccetti had 13 rebounds to lead Menwith Hill.JV—None.

Menwith Hill 39, Brussels 32

(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Brussels..........9 10 6 7—32Menwith Hill..........9 4 10 17—39Top scorers—Brussels: Ryan Proietto 10, Oppenheim 6; Menwith Hill: Puccetti 21, Kaaihue 12.Noteworthy—Kaaihue had 13 rebounds and Puccetti 11 for Menwith Hill (5-1 overall and 2-0 in III-North). Brussels (1-4, 0-2) got 8 rebounds from Oppenheim, 6 from Bottesini and 6 steals from Proietto.JV—None.

Division III-South

Ansbach 55, Hanau 53

(Friday at Ansbach)Hanau..........12 10 14 17—53Ansbach..........17 13 9 16—55Top scorers—Hanau: Emmanuel Moore 13, Malcolm Griffin 10, T.J. Shulson 9; Ansbach: Adrian Shack 16, Jiamine Kimbell 10, John Willis 10.Noteworthy—Ansbach’s Storm Freeman led all rebounders with 9 in the conference opener for both teams. Shulson grabbed 8 rebounds for Hanau.JV—None.

Ansbasch 48, Hanau 39

(Saturday at Ansbach)Hanau..........11 10 8 10—39Ansbach..........12 10 17 9—48Top scorers—Hanau: Spencer Miller 14, Shulson 6, Maneul Moore 6, Vernon Miles 6.Noteworthy—Freeman had 10 rebounds for Ansbach (3-1 overall and 2-0 in III-South), according to Cougars coach Marcus George. Shulson had 12 rebounds and blocked 7 shots for Hanau (0-4, 0-2).JV—None.

Italy

Naples 76, AOSR 36

(Friday at Naples)Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome..........14 8 14 0—36Naples..........28 17 24 7—76Top scorers—American Overseas School of Rome: Chris Frank 8, David Grosso 6, Ryan Abhadi 6; Naples: Denver Arriola 15, B.J. Taylor 15, Quamaine Holliman 12, Eric Sadsad 10, Frank Wagner 8.JV—None.

Naples 71, Livorno 30

(Saturday at Naples)Livorno..........12 8 4 6—30Naples..........13 20 16 22—71Top scorers—Livorno: Lucas Salerno 13, Alessio Boccellato 7, Jake Denkins 6, Will Berrios 4; Naples: Arriola 18, Holliman 10, Vince Feazell 10, Dwayne Robinson 8, Taylor 6.Noteworthy—Naples moved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in league race.

AOSR 60, Livorno 27

(Saturday at Naples)Livorno.......... 3 7 7 10—27Am. O’seas Schl. of Rome..........19 19 11 11—60Top scorers—Livorno: L, Salerno 12, Denkins 4, Boccellato 4, Tim Salerno 4, Berrios 3; AOSR: Frank 15, Abhadi 10.Noteworthy—AOSR is 3-3 overall, 2-2 in league; Livorno fell to 0-6, 0-4.

Girls basketballNonconference

Baumholder 62, London Central 38

(Friday at Baumholder)London Central..........4 9 12 13—38Baumholder..........25 19 8 10—62Top scorers—London Central: Fleicia Bennett 20, Leah Flake 6; Baumholder: Kendall Williams 17, LaMesha Hall 14, Grecia Gonzalez 6.Noteworthy—According to Baumholder coach Carter Hollenbeck, Alexi Velaquez had 10 rebounds, Amber Howe 8 and Hall 7 for Baumholder, which got 4 steals from Jasmine Buchanan. Holly Goldie, who made 5 steals, led London Central with 6 rebounds; her teammate Bennett pulled off 10 steals.JV—Baumholder 29, London Central 6

Baumholder 66, London Central 33

(Saturday at Baumholder)London Central..........6 10 6 11—33Baumholder..........23 18 11 14—66Top scorers—London Central: Bennett 12, Flake 8, Valerie Wightman 5; Baumholder: Williams 18, Buchanan 10, Sharena Cabrera 8.Noteworthy—Williams, who made 5 steals, had 10 rebounds for Baumholder (2-3), which got 4 steals from Chelsea Hall, 6 rebounds from Velaquez and 4 rebounds from Anjelica Harvey. Bennett had 8 rebounds and 5 steals for London Central (0-5), which got 7 steals from Wightman.JV—Baumholder 18, London Central 5

Würzburg 43, Bamberg 26

(Friday at Würzburg)Bamberg..........7 6 2 11—26Würzburg..........10 17 11 5—43Top scorers—Bamberg: Jenna Cepe 12, Vanessa Hernandez 4; Würzburg: Allison McKearn 10, Brittany Nance 7, Adrianna Archie 6.Noteworthy—McKearn lead all rebounders with 9; Cassie Shaw added 5 for Würzburg. Avian Bryant led Bamberg with 6 rebounds.JV—None.

Würzburg 43, Bamberg 11

(Saturday at Bamber; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Würzburg: McKearn 16, Archie 6, Kershawn Tention 4; Bamberg: Bryant 5, Sam Singh 4.Noteworthy—Würzburg is 2-2; Bamberg 0-6.JV—None.

Hohenfels 34, Vilseck 33

(Saturday at Vilseck)Hohenfels..........0 9 12 13—34Vilseck..........8 10 7 8—33Top scorers—Hohenfels: Brittany Merriweather 11, Vanessa Turner 9, Mica Nicholson 7, Mandu Lavannay 7; Vilseck: Ashley Hicks 12, Alanaia McKinnis 11, Cathy Dela Rosa 6.Noteworthy—Hicks claimed 15 rebounds and McKinnis 9 for Vilseck (4-1), which got 6 assists and 4 steals from Dela Rosa and played the final two minutes with four players, according to coach Alex Vito. ShaNote Davis and Turner had 8 rebounds each for Hohenfels (5-0).JV—None.

Wiesbaden 32, Bitburg 20

(Friday at Bitburg)Wiesbaden..........6 9 4 13—32Bitburg..........2 5 3 10—20Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Nancy Jensen 17, Lakendra Washington 7, Shitora Satterwhite 7; Bitburg: Jennica Botonis 15, Danyel Robinson 5.Noteworthy—Jensen posted 12 rebounds and Washington 9 for Wiesbaden. Robinson registered 9 rebounds and Courtney Roberson 5 for Bitburg.JV—Bitburg 11, Mannheim 9

Mannheim 30, Bitburg 20

(Saturday at Bitburg)Mannheim..........6 4 10 10—30Bitburg..........10 3 4 3—20Top scorers—Mannheim: Janella Barnes 8, Danisha Jackson 6, Valerie Falsa 6, Erica Wilson 6; Bitburg: Botonis 9, Ashlyn Marra 4, Sandra Davidson 3.Noteworthy—Robinson led Bitburg (2-4) with 9 rebounds and 5 steals; Marra added 7 rebounds and Botonis 4 steals. Mannheim is 1-3.JV—None.

Lakenheath 43, SHAPE 38

(Friday at Lakenheath)SHAPE..........13 10 7 8—38Lakenheath..........7 10 15 11—43Top scorers—SHAPE: Justine Shelton 19, Ebonee De Vos 13, Ashley Jordan 9; Lakenheath: Angelia Gafford 12m Tekeia Wallace 10, Jessica Serd 7, Erica Turner 5, Anne Keenan 4.Noteworthy—According to Lakenehath coach Janis Ready, De Vos led all rebounders with 18. Gafford had 15 rebounds and Serd 10 for Lakenheath which got 4 steals and 3 blocks from Gafford and 2 steals from Serd. Anne-Marie Roa had 8 rebounds and 3 assists for SHAPE, which got 5 steals and 4 assists from Sarah Fowler.JV—Lakenheath 18, SHAPE 12.

SHAPE 51, Lakenheath 32

(Saturday at Lakenheath)SHAPE..........11 10 12 18—51Lakenheath..........4 11 7 10—32Top scorers—SHAPE: De Vos 16, Shelton 14, Jordan 13; Lakenheath: Alex Hampton 9, Keenan 8, Gafford 6, Turner 6, Wallace 3.Noteworthy—Jordan posted 13 rebounds, 4 assists and 6 steals for SHAPE (3-1), which got 5 steals and 4 assists from De Vos and 5 assists and 4 steals from Fowler. Gafford posted 8 rebounds, 3 blocks and 2 steals for Lakenheath (4-2). Wallace collected 5 rebounds and Hampton added 4 rebounds and 2 steals.JV—Lakenheath 31, SHAPE 28.

Division I

Heidelberg 37, ISB 14

(Friday at Heidelberg)Int’l Sch. of Brussels..........3 7 3 1—14Heidelberg..........10 11 8 8—37Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Marcy Kubis 9, Erin Fizgerald 2, Sam Rosen 2; Heidelberg: Ellen Tolsma 6, Caitlin Donnelly 6, Jessica Blanks 5, Shae Rogers 5, Deandra Rodgers 5.Noteworthy—Rodgers led rebounders with 8; Tolsma and Fallon Puppolo each added 6 rebounds, according to Heidelberg coach Jon Mittenzwey.

Heidelberg 26, ISB 18

(Saturday at Heidelberg)Int’l Sch. of Brussels..........2 2 7 7—18Heidelberg..........7 2 6 11—26Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Kubis 7, Lydia Gray 6, Yuki Akiyama 3; Heidelberg: Tolsma 8, Jessica Blanks 5, Margaret Yakana 4.Noteworthy—Rodgers again led rebounders with 8; Tolsma added 6 and Katie Anest 5 for Heidelberg (3-2 overall, 1-0 in D-I), which got 4 steals from Blanks. ISB is 0-5, 0-2.

Division III—North

Brussels 33, Menwith Hill 27

(Friday at Menwith Hill)Brussels..........10 10 6 7—33Menwith Hill..........9 8 6 4—27Top scorers—Brussels: Caitlin Quinn 16; Menwith Hill: Theresa Kaaihue 11.Noteworthy—Brussels went on 6-0 run in final 3 minutes.JV—None.

Menwith Hill 33, Brussels 31

(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Brussels..........5 10 2 14—31Menwith Hill..........7 8 12 6—33Top scorers—Brussels: Kaitlyn Oppenheim 11; Menwith Hill Deseree Moore 12.Noteworthy—According to Menwith Hill coach Michael Shipman, Brussels whittled a 10-point fourth-quarter lead down to just 2 when game ended. Menwith Hill is 5-2, Brussels 4-1.JV—None.

Division III—South

Hanau 44, Ansbach 24

(Friday at Ansbach)Hanau..........21 8 9 6—44Ansbach..........4 3 3 14—24Top scorers—Hanau: Faye Oloi 25; Ansbach: Amber Mack 10, Katie Kimmel 6.Noteworthy—According to Ansbach coach Tammy Phillips, Ansbach got 9 rebounds from Kimmel and 5 steals from Joshlyn Learn. Latanya Wilson pulled off 8 steals for Hanau.JV—Hanau 17, Ansbach 16

Hanau 48, Ansbach 28

(Saturday at Ansbach)Hanau..........11 13 11 13—48Ansbach..........5 4 7 12—28Top scorers—Hanau: Wilson 18, Oloi 16; Ansbach: Mack 19.Noteworthy—Oloi grabbed 10 rebounds for Hanau (2-2 overall, 2-0 in III-South). Ansbach is 0-4, 0-2.JV—Ansbach 15, Hanau 11

Italy

Vicenza 53, Sigonella 25

(Friday at Vicenza)Sigonella..........10 3 7 5—25Vicenza..........6 17 17 13—53Top scorers—Sigonella: Jessica Bagely 11, Nishea Harris 4, Erika Anderson 4, Jessica Rodil 3, Abreanna Elliott 2; Vicenza: Chakeira Gilbert 39, Tyler Rivers 10, Jasmine Perry 2, Essence Pedrosa 2.Noteworthy—Gilbert canned 4 treys and Rivers 2, according to Vicenza coach Garrett Barton.JV—None.

Vicenza 40, Sigonella 17

(Saturday at Vicenza)Sigonella..........6 2 0 9—17Vicenza..........8 3 14 15—40Top scorers—Sigonella: Bagley 10, Rodil 4, Anderson 2, Harris 1; Vicenza: Gilbert 25, Rovers 12, Perry 2.Noteworthy—Gilbert again sank 4 treys and Rivers 2 for Vicenza (3-1 overall, 2-0 in league). Sigonella is 0-4, 0-3.JV—None.

Naples 53, AOSR 13

(Friday at Naples)Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome..........0 4 3 6—13Naples..........19 6 16 12—53Top scorers—American Overseas School of Rome: Sarah Johnson 6, Sydney Cowan 5, Derby Ruspoli 2; Naples: Darion Moon 20, Valentina Lee 11, Nyrika Davis 8, Kelsey Anderson 6, Stephanie Sullivan 4, Milena Maksirmova 2, Maretie Wagner 2.Noteworthy—Davis, Moon and Wagner each grabbedf 4 rebounds; Mooon added 4 assists.JV—Unavailable.

Naples 56, AOSR 15

(Saturday at Naples)Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome..........6 2 5 2—15Naples..........2 16 14 24—56Top scorers—American Overseas School of Rome: Cowan 7, Ruspoli 4, Floride Castro 4; Naples: David 21, Anderson 14, Lee 10, Moon 9, Der’LaLayne Barnes 2.Noteworthy—Anderson and Wagner led Naples (4-0, 3-0) with 5 rebounds each. Davis made 7 steals and handed out 3 assists; Moon dished out 5 assists. AOSR is 2-2, 2-1.JV—Unavailable.

MarksmanshipCentral Conference

(Saturday at Mannheim)Team scoring—Würzburg 1,399; Patch 1,395; Mannheim 1,345; Ansbach 1,301Individual leadersOverall—Brenna Goodman (Wzbg) 291 of 300Prone—Goodman and Carlos Figueroa (Wzbg) 100 each of 100Standing—Goodman 95 of 100Kneeling—Eli Jensen (Wzbg) 99 of 100

Southeast Conference

(Saturday at Hohenfels)Team scoring—Hohenfels 1,377; Vilseck 1,288; Vicenza 1,185; Bamberg 1,137.Individual leadersOverall—Christina Thapzongsa (Hoh) 284 of 300, Sunny Petery (Hoh) 281 of 300, Logan Allen (Hoh) 277 of 300Prone—Allen, 100 of 100Standing—Petery, 93 of 100Kneeling—Thapzonsgsa 96 of 100

WrestlingSaturday, at PatchTeam scoring—Ramstein 238, Heidelberg 209, Patch 201, Bitburg 72103 pounds—1, Jerry Archuleta (Bitb); 2, Leon Tillman (Heid); 3, Garrett Ventrice (Rams); 4, Canaan Jarrod (Pat)112—1, Kuani Tillman (Heid); 2, Zach Smith (Heid); 3, Kenny Cavanaugh (Rams); 4, Brandon Rizkallah (Heid)119—1, James Ricks (Pat); 2, Zachary West (Heid); 3, Rami Achmar (Heid); 4, Daniel Paige (Rams)`1125—1, Nick Rogers (Pat); 2, Jacob Janeczko (Rams); 3, William Degraff (Rams); 4, John Vucich (Pat)130—1, Andrew Moon (Heid); 2, Ben Meyer (Rams); 3, John Brown (Rams); 4, Matt Turnbull (Rams)135—1, Trey Fortunato (Rams); 2, Daniel Taylor (Pat); 3, Matthew Gohl (Bitb); 4, Michael Fields (Heid)140—1, Jon Hoffman (Heid); 2, Chris Oppliger (Pat); 3, Ryan Dorofee (Rams); 4, Dan Reeves (Rams)145—1, Zach Page (Pat); 2, Ryan Ramirez (Pat); 3, Matthew Galos (Rams); 4, J.P. Turney (Rams)152—1, John Peden (Rams); 2, Jeremiah Raveling (Rams); 3, Randy Bowker (Pat); 4, Joel Nordstrom (Heid)160—1, Marcus Griffin (Heid); 2, David Lock (Rams); 3, Daniel Demers (Bitb); 4, Andrew Cass (Pat)171—1, Daniel Renaud (Bitb); 2, Darren Fomin (Rams); 3, Sebastian Casciaro (Pat); 4, Freddy Yakana (Heid)189—1, Corey Targos (Rams); 2, Brian Taylor (Pat); 3, Chris Jackson (Heid); 4, Josh Hoeft (Rams)215—1, Eric Oyan (Rams); 2, William Domko (Heid); 3, Bram Bergfeld (Pat)275—1, Jordan Fackler (Heid); 2, Matt Martinze (Pat); 3, Edd Lott (Rams); 4, John Schroeder (Heid)

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