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BFA 48, Hanau 43

(Friday at Hanau)Black Forest Academy..........3 20 15 10—48Hanau..........9 13 11 10—43Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Nathan Krause 10. Nicky Holland 10, Billy Reed 9; Hanau: Spencer Miller 10. Deandre Holmes 8, T.J. Shulson 8, Emmanuel Moore 8Noteworthy—According to Hanau coach Tim Smith, Shulson grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked 9 shots. Holmes added 7 rebounds for Hanau, a D-III school this season. BFA of D-II got 8 rebounds from Krause and 8 steals and 6 rebounds from Reed.

Hanau 48, BFA 31

(Saturday at Hanau)Black Forest Academy..........10 8 3 10—31Hanau..........17 11 12 8—48Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Krause 7, Reed 6; Hanau: Moore 14, Holmes 12, Shulson 9Noteworthy—According to Hanau coach Smith, Moore, who grabbed 10 rebounds, “played tough defense” in Panthers’ win. Shulson added 9 rebounds for Hanau (2-6). Krause led BFA (2-6) with 8 rebounds.

Heidelberg 43, Mannheim 36

(Thursday at Mannheim)Heidelberg..........9 9 16 9—43Mannheim..........13 9 4 10—36Top scorers—Heidelberg: Chris Frazier 10, Shon Fisher 8; Mannheim: Byron Daniel 13, Courtney Wicks 10, Anthony Cook 7Noteworthy—Heidelberg (5-2) got 5 steals and 3 assists from Fisher, 10 rebounds from C.J. Share, and 8 rebounds from Dominik Simon, according to Mannheim assistant coach Martin Goering. Mannheim (1-6) got 6 rebounds each from Cook and Wicks and 4 steals from Daniel.

Division I

Wiesbaden 53, Lakenheath 37

(Friday at Wiesbaden)Lakenheath..........11 13 6 7—37Wiesbaden..........16 10 12 15—53Top scorers—Lakenheath: Eddie Alford 14, Carl Snapp 11, Antoine Kelly 4, Austin Wilkins 4; Wiesbaden: Dominique Gowans 12, Bryce Lee 11, Kiante Cliffton 9, Troy James 7.Noteworthy—Wiesbaden improved to 6-3 overall and 3-0 in D-I with the help of 12 rebounds from Gowans and 5 from Terrell Harper, according to Wiesbaden coach Carl Johnson. Lakenheath got 12 rebounds from Snapp and 8 from David Eargle.

Kaiserslautern 64, Lakenheath 27

(Saturday at Kaiserslautern; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Lakenheath: Snapp 6, Eargle 6, Wilkins 6; Kaiserslautern: Julian Portillo 15, Cornelius Jackson 11, Jeremy Marshall 10.Noteworthy—According to Kaiserslautern coach Brent Tryon, Portillo snared 11 rebounds as Red Raiders improved to 6-2 overall and 1-2 in D-I. Lakenheath is 3-7, 1-3.

Ramstein 57, Patch 22

(Friday at Ramstein; scoring ended in 3rd quarter by 35-point courtesy rule)Patch..........11 9 2—22Ramstein..........20 20 17—57Top scorers—Patch: Jeff Horsley 9, Justin Phelps 9, Jose Diaz 4; Ramstein: A.J. Hawkins 19, Scott Sublousky 16, John Myrick 12

Ramstein 61, Patch 26

(Saturday at Ramstein; scoring ended in 3rd quarter by 35-point courtesy rule)Patch..........8 14 4—26Ramstein..........29 22 10—61Top scorers—Patch: Brandon Perry 8, John Ataz 7, Horsley 6; Ramstein: Sublousky 20, Hawkins 13, Ste’fan James 10Noteworthy—Ramstein is 9-1 overall, 3-0 in D-I. Patch is 2-8, 1-2

Division II

Vilseck 56, Naples 52

(Friday at Aviano)Vilseck..........6 14 12 24—56Naples..........5 22 16 9—52Top scorers—Vilseck: Kollin Jordan 14, Chris Lewis 12, Kawika Camenese 12; Naples: Erid Sadsad 20, Vince Feazell 13, Denver Arriola 6.

Würzburg 58, Aviano 53

(Friday at Aviano)Wuerzburg..........14 13 18 13—58Aviano..........12 12 10 21—53Top scorers—Würzburg: Jamal Caldwell 16, Donald Bryant 15, Korey Workman 11; Aviano: Andre Dean 17, Xavier Roberson 9, Jamal Tuck 9

Naples 46, Aviano 44

(Saturday at Aviano)Naples..........9 16 7 14—46Aviano..........7 20 11 6—44Top scorers—Naples: Sadsad 20, T.J. Jumar 8, Omar Pemberton 7; Aviano: Dean 19, Tuck 5.Noteworthy—Frank Wagner had a game-high 13 rebounds for Naples. London Bridget’s layup beat the press with just a minute left and ended up the game-winner.

Würzburg 77, Naples 42

(Saturday at Aviano)Wurzburg..........16 20 20 21—71Naples..........9 15 6 12—42Top scorers—Würzburg: Caldwell 15, Workman 14, James Robinson 12; Naples: Feazell 10, Lumar 9, Wagner 6.

Vilseck 55, Aviano 49

(Saturday at Aviano)Vilseck..........14 9 16 16—55Aviano..........14 14 10 11—49Top scorers—Vilseck: Kyed Najdawi 20, Jordan 18, Camenese 5, Ronnie Turner 5, Lewis 5; Aviano: Dean 12, Chris Carton 9, Jon Anderson 9.Noteworthy—Caminese had 7 assists for Vilseck (4-5), while Najdawi had 11 rebounds and Turner 8. Anderson had 9 rebounds. Dean had 5 assists for Aviano (6-5).

Baumholder 71, AFNORTH 48

(Friday at Baumholder)AFNORTH..........6 12 9 21—48Baumholder..........23 21 14 13—71Top scorers—AFNORTH: Jordan McCleland 18, Ryan Wright 7, Earl Waller 6; Baumholder: C.J. Roberts 18, Sonny Clark 12, True Davis 9, LaCross Gray 8Noteworthy—AFNORTH's Anthony Poole blocked 9 shots and grabbed 7 rebounds, according to Baumholder coach Spencer Bean. Gray had 8 rebounds, Rashad Taylor 7 and Zach Williams 6 for Baumholder, which got scoring from all 12 players, said Bean, who pulled his starters 2 minutes into second half.

Baumholder 78, AFNORTH 51

(Saturday at Baumholder)AFNORTH..........15 7 14 15—51Baumholder..........17 22 23 16—78Top scorers—AFNORTH: Leonard Frederick 22, McCleland 11, Yanick Hickman 8; Baumholder: Davis 20, Tyriek Bayne 9, Gray 8Noteworthy—Poole blocked 7 shots and had 6 rebounds for AFNORTH (2-7 overall, 0-4 in II-North). Baumholder (9-0, 4-0) got 7 rebounds each from Davis and Justin Holliday and 5 from Taylor.

SHAPE 57, Bitburg 40

(Friday at SHAPE, Belgium)Bitburg..........8 10 11 11—40SHAPE..........13 10 18 14—57Top scorers—Bitburg: Chad Roberson 16, Mario Shanks 6, Jon Collett 6; SHAPE: George Konidaris 19, Robert Kearney 15, Kelsey Bardell 10Noteworthy—Shanks led all rebounders with 11; Roberson added 10 for Bitburg. Kearney led SHAPE with 10 rebounds; Bardell added 6 and Alron Steele 5. Mike Konidaris had 6 steals and Kael Richardson 4 for SHAPE .

SHAPE 63, Bitburg 30

(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Bitburg..........6 10 1 13—30SHAPE..........23 13 19 8—63Top scorers—Bitburg: Tony Allen 6, Collett 6; SHAPE: G. Konidaris 11, Richardson 10. M. Konidaris 9Noteworthy—According to SHAPE coach Steve Richardson, defensive pressure from Richardson and the Kondaris brothers forced 17 turnovers. Kearney made 4 assists and Steele grabbed 7 rebounds for SHAPE (8-0, 4-0). Bitburg (2-8, 0-4) got 5 rebounds from Roberson and 4 from Aaron Harris.

Division III-South

Hohenfels 58, Ansbach 51

(Friday at Ansbach; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Hohenfels: B.J. Denson 17, Anthony Marshall 14, Michael Tillberg 13; Ansbach: Unavailable.Noteworthy—Saturday’s scheduled return match between the two schools was canceled because of snow. According to Hohenfels coach Kathy Clemmons, Denson had 8 rebounds, 7 steals and 4 blocks, and Marshall posted 8 rebounds and 5 blocks as Hohenfels improved to 6-2 overall and 2-1 in III-South.Italy

AOSR 51, Milan 21

(Friday at Milan; other details unavailable)

AOSR 44, Milan 42

(Saturday at Milan; other details unavailable)Noteworthy—American Overseas School of Rome is 7-3 overall, 4-2 in American Schools in Italy League play. Milan is 1-7, 1-4

Sigonella 56, Livorno 29

(Friday at Sigonella)Livorno..........14 6 2 7—29Sigonella..........15 10 12 19—56Top scorers—Livorno: Timmy Salerno 12; Sigonella: Tim Youell 14, Adam Presnel 10, Jim Orteza 9.Noteworthy—Mark Lagrisola, John Rodel and Presnell each had 6 rebounds, according to Sigonella coach Greg Volz.

Sigonella 48, Livorno 18

(Saturday at Sigonella)Livorno..........2 6 5 5—18Sigonella..........10 17 7 14—48Top scorers—Livorno: T. Salerno 6; Sigonella: Marcus Elliott 8, Youell 8, Orteza 7, Presenll 7.Notewothy—Sigonella is 3-5, 2-3; Livorno 2-8, 1-6.

Girls BasketballInterdivisionalHanau 32, BFA 19(Friday at Hanau)Black Forest Academy..........8 0 7 4—19Hanau..........7 9 8 8—32Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Stephanie Zub 9; Hanau: Fay Olio 13, Latanya Wilson 13Noteworthy—According to Hanau coach Michael Hunt, Emily Morris had 11 rebounds and Olio and Darnisha Carrol each made 5 steals for Hanau.

Hanau 26, BFA 21

(Saturday at Hanau)Black Forest Academy..........6 2 6 7—21Hanau..........3 8 12 3—26Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Zub 13; Hanau: Olio 14, Wilson 4Noteworthy—Hunt said Wilson had 13 rebounds and 4 steals for Hanau (5-3). BFA is 4-4.

Division I

Wiesbaden 63, Lakenheath 37

Lakenheath..........6 7 13 11—37Wiesbaden..........16 16 13 18—63Top scorers—Lakenheath: Alex Hampton 12, Tekeia Wallace 10, Anne Keenan 4, Becca Groff 4; Wiesbaden: Katie Foxworth 19, Monique Hall 12, Lauren Hodge 9, Lakendra Washington 9.Noteworthy—According to coach Jim Campbell, Washington collected 12 rebounds and Nancy Jensen 9 for Wiesbaden (6-3 overall, 2-1 in D-I), which got 6 steals from Hodge. Wallace grabbed 7 rebounds to lead Lakenheath (3-6, 1-2)

Kaiserslautern 46, Lakenheath 39

(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Lakenheath..........9 3 10 17—39Kaiserslautern..........10 4 15 17—46Top scorers—Lakenheath: Keenan 11, Wallace 8, Hampton 8, Erica Turner 6; Kaiserslautern: Alisha Simmons 16, Brittany Smith 16.Noteworthy—Erika Stewart of Kaiserslautern (7-1 overall, 3-0 in D-I) led all rebounders with 9. Wallace led Lakenheath (4-6, 1-3) with 6 rebounds.

Ramstein 57, Patch 21

(Friday at Ramstein)Patch..........9 7 4 1—21Ramstein..........18 20 11 8—57Top scorers—Patch: Kasy’e Lalau 7, Brittany Phillips 7; Ramstein: Kendra Lenoir 16, Brandy Hale 10, Corinne Latour 9, Lataiya Harrison 8.Noteworthy—Lenoir and Harrison each grabbed 8 rebounds; Ramstein’s Sierra Stayberg had 6 assists, according to Ramstein coach Kent Grosshuesch.

Ramstein 41, Patch 20

(Saturday at Ramstein)Patch..........1 2 8 9—20Ramstein..........7 12 10 12—41Top scorers—Patch: Lalau 4, Dani Thomas 4, Janel Brisco 4; Ramstein: Lenoir 7, Stayberg 6, Kaylen Bannister 6.Noteworthy—Crystal Richardson pulled down 12 rebounds for Ramstein (8-0, 3-0). The Lady Royals got 8 rebounds from Bannister and 8 assists from Stayberg. Patch (6-4, 2-1) got 6 rebounds from Lalau.JV—Ramstein 32, Patch 8

Division II

Würzburg 40, Aviano 4

(Friday at Aviano)Würzburg..........14 11 8 7—40Aviano..........3 1 0 0—4Top scorers—Würzburg: Allison McKearn 11, Keishana Tention 8, Bethany Nance 7; Aviano: Shanay Miller 3, Jenna Sobel 1

Naples 49, Vilseck 35

(Friday at Aviano)Vilseck..........2 9 5 19—35Naples..........7 6 15 21—49Top scorers—Vilseck: Alania McKinnis 13, Alishea Buckley 12, Cathy DelaRosa 6; Naples: Valentina Lee 15, Kelsey Anderson 10, Nyrika Davis 10.Noteworthy—Davis had a team-high 9 rebounds for Naples, which got 6 assists and 5 steals from Darien Moon. Ashley Hicks had 9 rebounds for Vilseck, with McKinnis grabbing 7. DelaRosa had 5 assists

Naples 50, Aviano 9

Naples..........9 16 23 2—50Aviano..........4 3 2 0—9Top scorers—Naples: Davis 19, Anderson 14, Moon 9; Aviano: Cheri McNeely 4.Noteworthy—Davis had a game-high 13 rebounds and a near double-double (11 points, 9 rebounds) in the first half when the game was still in doubt. Both teams played subs in the final quarter, with a Naples lay-up officially ending the game via the 40-point courtesy rule.

Naples 39, Würzburg 28

(Saturday at Aviano)Würzburg..........6 4 6 12—28Naples..........9 5 12 13—39Top scorers—Würzburg: McKearn 8, Cassie Shaw 6; Naples: Davis 25, Moon 10.Noteworthy—Shaw had eight rebounds to lead Würzburg. Davis had 11 to pace Naples.

Vilseck 55, Aviano 30

(Saturday at Aviano)Vilseck..........8 10 19 18—55Aviano..........4 10 6 10—30Top scorers—Vilseck: DelaRosa 14, Ashley Hicks 14, Stevi Hood 7, McKinnis 7; Aviano: Sobel 12, Cheri McNeely 6, Brittany Patrick 6.Noteworthy—Hicks had 12 rebounds for Vilseck (7-2) and McKinnis 10; while Dela Rosa handed out 8 assists. McNeely had nine rebounds and five assists for Aviano (6-5). Patrick had eight rebounds for the Saints.

SHAPE 55, Bitburg 26

(Friday at SHAPE, Belgium)Bitburg..........4 5 6 11—26SHAPE..........19 14 10 12—55Top scorers—Bitburg: Ebonae Hodges 8, Ashlyn Marra 6, Emily Long 5; SHAPE: Ebonee De Vos 16, Justine Shelton 13, Ashley Jordan 10.Noteworthy—Jordan posted 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals; her teammate Shara Fowler added 5 rebounds and 5 steals. Shakita Black also had 5 steals for SHAPE, which got 4 rebounds from De Vos.

SHAPE 54, Bitburg 24

(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Bitburg..........2 9 4 9—24SHAPE..........21 10 15 8—54Top scorers—Bitburg: Erica Green 6, Megan Pollock 4, Danyel Robeson 4; SHAPE: De Vos 13, Black 11, Jordan 10.Noteworthy—Jordan blocked 2 shots and collected a team-high 13 rebounds. Ann-Marie Roa and De Vos each had 6 rebounds for SHAPE (7-1 overall, 4-0 in II-North), which got 8 steals from Cornelia Notarianni and 5 more from Fowler. Bitburg is 2-8, 0-4.

Baumholder 28, AFNORTH 16

(Friday at Baumholder)AFNORTH..........4 5 2 5—16Baumholder..........4 13 4 7—28Top scorers—AFNORTH: Devora Ortega 8, Scarlet Quinn 4, Jazmin Miller 3; Baumholder: Jasmine Buchanan 10, Sharena Carbrera 6, Tiffany Guyette 4Noteworthy—According to Baumholder coach Carter Hollenbeck, Grecia Gonzalez led his team with 11 rebounds. Guyette added 7 rebounds and Buchanan 6, and Cabrera made 5 steals. AFNORTH’s Ortega led all rebounders with 13.

Baumholder 34, AFNORTH 29

(Saturday at Baumholder)AFNORTH..........4 10 9 6—29Baumholder..........7 10 6 11—34Top scorers—AFNORTH: Ortega 6, Quinn 6, Sarah Roberts 6; Baumholder: Buchanan 14, Carbrera 8, Gonzalez 7Noteworthy—Gonzalez had 10 rebounds, Buchanan 9 and Guyette 7 for Baumholder (6-3, 4-0). AFNORTH is 2-6, 0-4.

Division III

Hohenfels 47, Ansbach 33

(Friday at Ansbach)Hohenfels..........13 11 16 7—47Ansbach..........4 8 13 8—33Top scorers—Hohenfels: Vanessa Turner 17, Esyln Andino 14, Mica Nicholson 10; Ansbach: Unavailable.Noteworthy—Saturday’s return game scheduled at Hohenfels was canceled by snow. Turner had 8 rebounds and Brittany Merriweather 7 for Hohenfels (7-1, 2-1), which got 6 steals from Nicholson.

London Central 47, Alconbury 34

(Saturday at Alconbury)London Central..........14 9 6 16—47Alconbury..........9 9 9 7—34Top scorers—London Central: Felicia Bennett 22, Kim Chaffin 16, Holly Goldie 8; Alconbury: Caiti Stewart 22.Noteworthy—Bethany Yates had 13 rebounds and DeAndria Jones 10 for Alconbury (0-10).

Rota 66, Alconbury 37

(Friday at Alconbury)Rota..........22 22 14 8—66Alconbury..........7 11 13 6—37Top scorers—Rota: Bethany Wilcox 18, Nicole Edwards 16; Alconbury: Stewart 21, Caitlin Cloum 7Noteworthy—Stewart grabbed 15 rebounds.

Menwith Hill 54, Alconbury 33

(Friday at Alconbury)Menwith Hill..........26 12 10 6-54Alconbury..........6 11 8 8-33Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Kayla Kirtch18; Alconbury: Stewart 24.Italy

Milan 34, AOSR 28

(Friday at Milan; other details unavailable)

AOSR 31, Milan 28

(Saturday at Milan; other details unavailable)Noteworthy—Sarah Johnson’s 3-pointer at buzzer proved game-winner for the American Overseas School of Rome (3-6, 3-2 in ASIL play), according to Milan’s Blake Little. Milan is 1-7, 0-4.

WrestlingAt Bamberg

(Saturday, no team scoring)Teams participating—Ansbach, Bamberg, Hanau, Hohenfels, Vilseck, Wiesbaden, Würzburg103 pounds—1, Jose Ramon (Ansb); 2, Brendan O’Brien (Wies)112—1, Tahji Peebles (Wies); 2, Andrew Quinn (Wies); 3, Kevin Watts (Wies); 4, Christian Borero (Vils)119—1, Chris Spencer (Wies); 2, Jeremiah McGhee (Wies); 3, Patrick Mooney (Vils); 4, Jabb Bumanglag (Han)125—None130—1, Logan Peter (Han); 2, Keats Rowell (Wies); 3, Ryan Barry (Wzbg); 4, Ian Newell (Hoh)135—1, Mark Caples (Hoh); 2, David Butler (Han); 3, Anthony Rael (Vils); 4, Ryker Grant (Wies)140—1, Brandon Foster (Wies); 2, Gerald Baeza (Han); 3, Martin Fuks (Hoh); 4, Joe St. Peter (Ansb)145—1, Ron Peebles (Wies); 2, Steven Vandal (Hoh); 3, Allan Sligh (Hoh); 4, Keith Lowe (Wies)152—1, Dameon Odum (Hoh); 2, Dominic Barrale (Ansb); 3, Chris Huckeba (Wies); 4, Josh Simpson (Wzbg)160—1, Eric Vandal (Hoh); 2, Steven Ponte (Wies); 3, David Zumbach (Ansb); 4, Richard Nelson (Han)171—1, Josiah Rayls (Han); 2, Demario Galbreath (Vils); 3, Michael Schafhausen (Han); 4, Nick Waugh (Wies)189—1, John Christensen (Wies); 2, Micah Williams (Han); 3, Mike Harder (Wies); 4, Riley Livingston (Bamb)215—1, Josh Lee (Vils); 2, Jeff Surpris (Wies)275—1, Greg Gonzalez (Wies); 2, Levi Griffin (Vils)

At Lakenheath

(Saturday)Team scoring—Heidelberg 235, SHAPE 134, London Central 126, Alconbury 104, Lakenheath 88.5, Giessen 78.5, The American School in London 39, Menwith Hill 26103 pounds—1, Leon Tillman (Heid); 2, David Sessions (Alc); 3, Nick Geronimo (Alc)112—1, Kuani Tillman (Heid); 2, Derek Franco (Lake); 3, Zach Smith (Heid)119—1, Zachary West (Heid); 2, Josh Dennis (LC); 3, John Cunningham (Alc)125—1, Hugh Borchers (LC); 2, Rami Achmar (Heid); 3, Stephanie Putman (Heid)130—1, Damon Hoffman (Lake); 2, Peter McKechnie (ASL); 3, Dakota Smith (Alc)135—1, Jon Hoffman (Heid); 2, Anthony Collazos (Gies); 3, Charley Weeks (SHP)140—1, Gabe Quinto (LC); 2, Josh Williamson (Alc); 3, Connor Kelley (Lake)145—1, Jesse Best (MH); 2, Roberto Busquier (SHP); 3, Travis Mitchell (Gies)152—1, Joel Nordstrom (Heid); 2, Cesar Saenz (SHP); 3, Brad Yates (Alc)160—1, A’Amir Jagtiani (ASL); 2, Adam Tate (LC); 3, Freddie Yakana (Heid)171—1, Kenneth Brown (Heid); 2, Ignacio Villanueva (SHP); 3, Joseph Craig (Heid)189—1, Nick Letsios (SHP); 2, Doug Bagnall (Alc); 3, Chris Jackson (Heid)215—1, Ivan Linatoc (LC); 2, Johnny Fitzgerald (SHP); 3, William Domko (Heid)275—1, Jordan Falkaer (Heid); 2, Chris Santos (Lake); 3, Jordan Schroeder (Heid)Noteworthy—According to Lakenheath coach Darryl Brock, Heidelberg 112-pounder Kuani Tillman improved his season record to 12-0.


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