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Cross country(All meets run Saturday and covered 5,000 meters)

At SigonellaGirlsTeam scoring—Sigonella 24, American Overseas School of Rome 31. 1, Eva Pederson (AOSR) 23:17; 2, Jennifer Patron (Sig) 23:43; 3, Katie Hancock (Sig) 24:04; 4, Derby Ruspoli (AOSR) 26:50; 5, Caitlyn Hall (Sig) 27:26; 6, Heather Kittle (Sig) 27:49; 7, Jillian Kneeland (AOSR) 30:07; 8, Denice Patron (Sig) 30:08; 9, Anna Delatorre (AOSR) 32:45; 10, Crystal Rosenweg (AOSR) 32:47.BoysTeam scoring—American Overseas School of Rome 15, Sigonella incomplete. 1, Seth Moore (AOSR) 19:24; 2, Patrick Feli (Sig) 20:20; 3, Sky Selequii (AOSR) 20:22; 4, Jordan Rettie (Sig) 21:42; 5, George Corey (Sig) 22:09; 6, Jay Thakkar (AOSR) 22:43; 7, Davide Torregrossa (AOSR) 22:49; 8, Tinkia Zhou (AOSR) 23:14; 9, Dar Cohen (AOSR) 23:17; 10, Elnvr Alibayli (AOSR) 24:02.

At AvianoBoysTeam scoring—Aviano 16, Marymount 47, Vicenza incomplete. 1, Daniel Slade (Avi) 16:46; 2, Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:54; 3, Michael Brown (Avi) 18:12; 4, Thomas Todd (Avi) 18:14; 5, Nathaniel Dejene (Mmt) 18:49; 6, Nicho Eggers (Avi) 19:42; 7, Kyle Wood (Vicz) 20:50; 8, Andy Kunis (Avi) 20:51; 9, Christian Eggers (Avi) 20:52; 10, Rom Weber (Avi) 21:19.Noteworthy—Aviano boys wrap up first undefeated season since 1997, according to coach Greg Mead.GirlsTeam scoring—Aviano 15. Vicenza and Marymount incomplete. 1, Shelby Yoakum (Avi) 20:38; 2, Sasia Salter-Mack (Avi) 21:39; 3, Costanza Uslenghi (Mmt) 22:02; 4, Kaylee Johnson (Avi) 22:55; 5, Olivia Blanco (Avi) 23:03; 6, Bradie Dwenger (Avi) 23:24; 7, Michelle McCollom (Avi) 23:26; 8, Dene LeBouef (Avi) 23:30; 9, April Peterson (Vicz) 23:32; 10, Ariel Niznik (Avi) 23:39.Noteworthy—Aviano girls finish regular saeason unbeaten, according to coach Greg Mead.

At MannheimGirlsTeam scoring—Bitburg 19, Mannheim 60, AFNORTH 83, Baumholder incomplete. 1, Sandra Davidson (Bitb) 20:00; 2, Jade Thrasher (Bitb) 20:58; 3, Rachel Poock (Bitb) 21:02; 4, Kayleigh Chase (Bitb) 22:05; 5, Jennifer Amos (Mann) 22:17; 6, Sarah Money (Baum) 22:39; 7, Loren Jobe (Bitb) 22:41; 8, Anna Cressler (Mann) 22:56; 9, Emma Vantine (AFN) 23:05; 10, Krystal Hartke (Mann) 23:18.BoysTeam scoring—Baumholder 15. AFNORTH, Bitburg and Mannheim were incomplete.1, Ryan Poock (Bitb) 16:54; 2, Chris Tobiere (AFN) 17:52; 3, Alex Cornelius (Mann) 18:10; 4, Derek Lowry (Bitb) 18:54; 5, Brad Hayes-Raugh (Baum) 19:01; 6, Jakob Lamoureux (Baum) 19:08; 7, Adam Cornelius (Mann) 19:48; 8, Elgianni Boersma (AFN) 20:00; 9, Seth Stevens (Baum) 20:02; 10, Chris King (Bitb) 20:48.

At PatchGirlsTeam scoring—Patch 21, Vilseck 47, Ansbach 68, Hohenfels incomplete. 1, Maggie Redmond (Pat) 20:14; 2, Kelly McRaven (Pat) 22:25; 3, Amber Core (Vils) 23:10; 4, Shamyra Coleman (Vils) 23:13; 5, Megan Louk (Pat) 23:50; 6, Victoria Harvey (Pat) 24:19; 7, Lindsey Johnson (Pat) 24:24; 8, Claire Schumaker (Pat) 24:26; 9, Kylie Springer (Pat) 24:28; 10, Myra Kinder (Pat) 24:46.BoysTeam scoring—Patch 15, Ansbach 61, Vilseck 61, Hohenfels incomplete. 1, Ross Paxton (Pat) 18:11; 2, Francis Beaudette (Pat) 18:27; 3, Mike Adams (Pat) 18:39; 4, Braden McGregor (Pat) 19:01; 5, Zach Griffitt (Pat) 19:18; 6, JohnMark Farlett (Pat) 19:21; 7, Sterling Teall (Ansb) 19:23; 8, PJ Cruz (Vils) 19:36; 9, Zach Green (Vils) 19:37; 10, Stephen Vandal (Hoh) 19:56.

At WürzburgBoysTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 21, Würzburg 45, Kaiserslautern 56, Bamberg incomplete. 1, Kyle Murray (Wies) 17:20; 2, Alex Fraser (Wies) 17:46: 3, Matt Clidas (Wzbg) 17:52; 4, Alan Gray (Wies) 18:00; 5, Clark Fredrickson (Wies) 18:03; 6, Michael Sallinger (Kais) 18:08; 7, Alex Cunningham (Kais) 18:15; 8, Josh Simpson, (Wzbg) 18:23; 9, Vince Calcaterra (Wies) 18:28; 10, Shaun Simpson (Wzbg) 18:52.GirlsTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 23, Kaiserslautern 34. Bamberg and Würzburg incomplete. 1, Celina Ponte (Wies) 21:39; 2, Alyx Miser (Kais) 21:40; 3, Alison Ochoa (Wies) 21:43; 4, Olyvia Smith (Kais) 21:56; 5, Patricia Payton (Bamb) 21:56; 6, Cathrine Leknes (Wies) 22:00; 7, Danielle Hill (Wies) 22:15; 8, Symone January (Kais) 22:17; 9, Aubree Reichel (Wies) 22:23; 10, Lucinda Hrushka (Kais) 23:00.

At BrusselsGirlsTeam scoring—SHAPE 32, St. John’s of Brussels 37, Menwith Hill 68. Alconbury, Brussels, International School of Brussels, American Schol of Paris and British School of Brussels incomplete. 1, Naike Picollo (StJ) 19:16 (Course record. Old record, 20:09; holder’s name and date unavailable); 2, Chelsea Dressel (ASP) 19:27; 3, Soledad Padilla (SHP), 20:59; 4, Justine Buvry (ISB) 21:13; 5, Dominique Arias (SHP) 21:17; 6, Ai Shimura (ISB) 21:26; 7, Emma Haraldssin (StJ) 21:45; 8, Mia O’Brien (ASP) 21:47; 9, Svenja Schwarz (ISB) 21:52; 10, Amanda Haraldssin (affiliation unavailable) 22:07.BoysTeam scoring—International School of Brussels 24, SHAPE 45, St. John's of Brussels 85, Brussels American 93. Alconbury, Menwith Hill, British School of Brussels and American School of Paris incomplete. 1, Baudoin Forte (ISB) 15:40 (Course record. Old record 16:33; holder’s name and date unavailable); 2, Nick Domise (ASP) 15:53; 3, Matt Dejong (ISB) 16:55; 4, John Green (SHP) 17:00; 5, Will Fox (ASP) 17:12; 6, Sean Beckman (SHP) 17:34; 7. Donovan Crespo (MH) 17:43; 8, Tyminas Ernestes (Alc) 17:45; 9, Harry Cross (ISB) 17:53; 10, Jon Schappert (Alc) 17:56

At NaplesGirlsTeam scoring—Naples 22, Milan 34. 1, Shannon Cuthbert (Napl) 21:44 (Course record. Old record time, holder and date unavailable); 2, Caitlin Eckert (Napl) 21:53; 3, Arianna Simpson (Mil) 21:59; 4, Alessia Nava (Mil) 24:26; 5, Julia Lauden (Naol) 24:28; 6, Katherine Chartier (Napl) 24:37; 7, Alex Rogers (Napl) 25:27; 8, Roxanne Messina (Napl) 25:31; 9, Isabella Gariboldi (Mil) 26:26; Megan Arriola (Napl) 28:47BoysTeam scoring—Naples 19, Milan 39. 1, John Markman (Napl) 17:00 (Course record. Old record time, holder and date unavailable); 2, Kyle Mears (Napl) 18:27; 3, Mike Marshall (Napl) 19:22; 4, Hiro Katayama (Mil) 19:54; 5, David Bednar (Mil) 20:07; 6, Joshua Powell (Napl) 20:16; 7, Randal Pullen 20:24; 8, Kevin Sniper (Napl) 20:50; 9, Shun Katayama (Mil) 20:59; 10, Heo Seong-Bong (Mil) 21:28.

Tennis(All matches Saturday unless otherwise indicated; individual forfeits not listed. If time permits, No. 1s play best-of-3 sets; other a single 8-game pro set)

SHAPE at BaumholderSHAPE boys 9, Baumholder 0 Billy Bumgardner (SHP) def. Michel Russel 6-1, 6-0; Malte Jakschis (SHP) Def. Steven Billington 8-1; Atakan Caner (SHP) def. Nathan Beatty 8-1; Andrei Mayris (SHP) def. Carlos Silva 8-0; Arda Akkaya (SHP) def. Tanner Nelson 8-0; Jakschis and Caner def. Billington and Beatty 6-0, 6-0; Adam Spaulding and Bumgardner def. Silva and Nelson 8-0.SHAPE girls 9, Baumholder 0 Krista Ciotkovska (SHP) def. Isabelle Ignacio 6-0, 6-0; Svenja Jansen (SHP) def. Kendal Ladrillono 8-5; Panna Balla (SHP) def, Pamela Hall 8-0; Sovy Chan (SHP) def. Marissa Garcia 8-6; Nicollete Cook def, Kendra Cameron 8-6; Citkovska and S. Jansen def. Ladrillono and Hall 6-0, 6-0; Balla and Chan def. Cameron and Garcia 8-3.

BFA at WürzburgBlack Forest Academy girls 4, Würzburg 3 Haelee Kim (BFA) def. Amanda Biggins 7-5, 2-6, 6-4; Stephanie Montano (Wzbg) def. Krista Won 8-5; Kelly Montano (Wzbg) def. Rebecca Kim 8-0; Mallory Holladay (BFA) def. Hyelim Yi 8-0; Angel Ruiz (Wzbg) def. Ginny Park 9-7; Holladay and Ji Hyea Kim def. Montano and Montano 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; Rita Pikkert and Won def. Ruiz and Yi 8-0.Black Forest Academy boys 4, Würzburg 3 Luke Pelson (BFA) def. Sean Danganan 4-6, 6-4, 6-2; Bra ndon Danganan (Wzbg) def. Kristoff Bultema 8-1; Nakul Gupta (BFA) def. Luis Vidargas 8-5; Kyle McCordic (BFA) def. Carlos Garnica 8-3; Danganan and Danganan def. Jon Guzik and Yohan Kim 6-1, 6-4; Billy Sundstrom and David Lee (BFA) def. Vidargas and Garnica 8-4.

Lakenheath at WiesbadenLakenheath girls 6, Wiesbaden 3 Molly Martin (Lake) def. Lisa Enokawa 6-2, 6-0; Nancy Jensen (Wies) def. Julia Novak 8-4; Michelle Sullivan (Lake) def. Raven Harris 8-4; Arielle Buffett (Lake) def. Jessica Smith 8-3; Ciara Ryan (Lake) def. Nadja Vickerie 8-5; Tammi Regan (Wies) def. Michelle Reese 8-4; Jensen and Smith def. Sullivan and Novak 6-3, 7-6 (7-2); Brittany Latham and Gaby Gargis (Lake) def, Harris and Ragan 8-1; Annamarie Pontius and Kathryn Barber (Lake) def. Vickerie and Kathryn Girnus 8-5.Lakenheath boys 5, Wiesbaden 4 Patrick Barrenechea (Wies) def. Cavan Cohoes 6-4, 1-6, 7-5; Danny Burroughs (Lake) def. Ian McKinney 7-2; Cameron Gill (Lake) def. Tahji Peebles 8-6; Alex MacWilliams (Lake) def. Greg Donalson 8-5; Tyler Poppenwimer (Lake) def. Arman Alarilla 8-2; Andre Azcarraga (Wies) def. Josh San Augustin 9-8 (7-4); Burroughs and Gill def. McKinney and Donalson 6-3, 6-4; Barrenechea and Peebles def. Stephan Harley and Kyle Beissner 8-0; Alarilla and Azcarrago def. Sean Bennet and Trae Tall 9-7.

Ramstein at HeidelbergHeidelberg girls 5, Ramstein 4 Lindsey Jones (Rams) def. Chelsea Cotter 1-6, 6-4, 6-1; Andrea Wheatcroft (Heid) def. Brittany Godwin 8-2; Nikki Ecenrode def. Jacqueline Lamarche 9-8 (12-10); Caitlin Barrow (Heid) def. Katie Snell 9-8 (7-5) Ashley Mersereau (Heid) def. Kelly Conrad 8-5; Meagan Kirts (Rams) def. Rebecca Jost 9-8 (7-2); Godwin and Conrad def. Ecenrode and Wheatcroft 7-5, 7-5; Cotter and Mersereau def. Jones and Lamarche 9-8 (7-5); Kiorts and Snell def. Barrow and Jost 8-2.Ramstein boys 6, Heidelberg 3 Nick Garcia (Heid) def. Sean Stokstad 6-0, 6-0; Chad Perkins (Heid) def. Matt Puchta 8-6; Clay Marquardt (Rams) def. Darien Ward 9-7; Brian Kelley (Rams) def. Jon Stephens 8-5; Mike Fisher (Rams) def. Andrew Stephens 8-1; Sean Conderman (Heid) def,. Hunter Siegfried 9-8 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Stokstad and Puchta def. Garcia and A. Stephens 6-3, 6-2; Marquardt and Kelley def. Ward and Perkins 9-7; Daniel Langholtz and Fisher (Rams) def. J.Stephens and Conderman 8-5.

Hohenfels at PatchPatch girls 7, Hohenfels 2 Victoria Cullum (Hoh) def. Domnna Smales 6-1, 6-4; Jennifer Wadas (Pat) def. Rebecca Matheson 8-4; Madison Frink (Pat) def. Alicia Moczynski 8-1; Madeleine Pastore (Pat) def. Dana Parks 8-5; Courtney Borg (Hoh) def, Gieselle Wagstaff 9-8 (tiebraker unavailable); Wadas and Frink def. Madison and Moczxynski 6-2, 6-1; Wagstaff and Smales def, Cullum and Parks 9-7.Patch boys 8, Hohenfels 1 Augusto Rivera (Hoh) def,. Zach Schoonover 6-4, 4-6, 6-3; Sean Crowley (Pat) def. Ryan Matheson 8-0; Jacob Schoonover def. Shaun Redden 8-2; Jon Lightner def. Onyeuwa Frey 8-4; Charlie Schoonover def, Gary Wayne 8-0; J. Schoonover and Crowley def. Madison and Redden 7-5, 6-2; Z. Schoonover and Robert Paxton def. Rivera and Frey 8-4.

Vilseck at PatchPatch boys 9, Vilseck 0 Z. Schoonover def. Jake Skells 8-4; J. Schoonover and Crowley def. Skells and Kevin Taylor 8-2.Patch girls 8, Vilseck 1 Katherine Schaffer (Vils) def. Smales 8-3Vilseck vs. Hohenfels at PatchVilseck girls 2, Hohenfels 0 Kathrine Schaffer (Vil) def. Victoria Cullum (Hoh) 8-3; Beilhart and Feazelle (Vil) def. Morynski and Matheson (Hoh) 8-4.Vilseck boys 1, Hohenfels 1 Jake Skells (Vil) def. Augusto Rivera (Hoh) 8-2; Matheson and Redden (Hoh) def. Skells and Taylor (Vil) 8-4.

Alconbury at BrusselsBrussels girls 7, Alconbury 2 Ellyn Edwards (Alc) def. Brianna Fitch 6-1, 6-1; Caitlin Cloum (Alc) def. Hanta Thomas 8-1; Carissa Ryan (Brus) def. Sara Reynolds 8-4; Jenna Holloway (Brus) def. Jinny Rhiner 6-4; Allie Lynch (Brus) def. Rhiannon Crump 6-0; Katie Van Maldeghem (Brus) def. Taylor Malcolm 6-3; Thomas and Ryan (Brus) def. Cloum and Reynolds 0-6, 7-6, 7-5; Fitch and Holloway def. Edwards and Rhiner 8-1; Isabella Georges and Anneke Jankowiak (Brus) def. Crump and Malcolm 7-6 (13-11).Brussels boys 9, Alconbury 0 Nick Bottesini (Brus) def. Byron Washington 6-0, 6-3; Yuri Stanton (Brus) def. Justin Goss 8-4; Mike Grenneck (Brus) def. J.C. Cluver 8-2; Ryan Bottesini (Brus) def. Lyndon Bacon 6-2; Albert Winid (Brus) def. Nick Geronimo 6-2; Scott Stewart (Brus) def. Martin Tyminas 6-2; Stanton and Grenneck def. Goss and Cluver 6-2, 6-3; N. Bottesini and R. Bottesini def. Washington and Bacon (8-2; Meiler Balog and Garrett Dolan (Brus) def. Geronimo and Tyminas 6-2.

Bitburg at International School of BrusselsISB girls 9, Bitburg 0 Kara Williamson (ISB) def. Bethany Barnhart 6-0, 6-0; Ghislaine Golsong (ISB) def. Carley Plaisance 8-0; Ayumi Sakakibara (ISB) def. Gabrielle Reagan 8-0; Tamara Casteels (ISB) def. Brittany Russo 8-0; Laura Schiemichen (ISB) def. Vickie Tarnate 8-1; Sakakibara and Casteels (ISB) def. Plaisance and Reagan 6-0, 6-0; Williamson and Golsong (ISB) def. Barnhart and Russo 8-0.ISB boys 9, Bitburg 0 Edward Van Der Mersch (ISB) def. Greg Combass 6-1, 6-0; Brady Covington (ISB) def. Tyler Jacobs 8-2; Shota Morisaka (ISB) def. Tim Liebig 8-3; Shota Shindo (ISB) def. Sven Livingston 8-0; Stegfan Bell (ISB) def. Trevor Gohl 8-0; Ryo Takahashi (ISB) def. Jeeno Miranda 8-0; Covington and Morisaka def. Combass and Liebig 6-2, 6-0; Shindo and Rafel Szymanski def. Jacobs and Aaron Smith 8-6; Bell and Takahashi def. Andrew Lee and Cy Willmoth 8-0.

Marymount at AvianoAviano girls 2, Marymount 2 Martina Diana (Mmt) def. Alyssa Fellows 3-6, 7-5, 6-3; Kait Watson (Avi) def. Maddy L’hullier 8-3; Aine Tyrrelle and Yuki Sazaki (Mmt) def. Nikki Weaver and Crystal DeLaPaz 6-2, 6-0; Bianca Andrews and Elizabeth Bobzin (Avi) def. Eden Benassi and Michel Viceronte 8-3.Aviano boys 2, Marymount 2 Mattia Benassi (Mmt) def. Alec Gonzalez 6-2, 6-2; Carter Hoffman (Avi) def. Michael Viceronte 8-3; Zein Nour and Alesandro Trombetta (Mmt) def. Ruben Gonzalez and Jamie Weum 6-1, 6-1.

Vicenza at AvianoAviano girls 4, Vicenza 0 Alyssa Fellows (Avi) def. Natalie Wood 6-1, 6-2; Nikki Weaver and Crystal DeLaPaz (Avi) def. Jessica Holland and Cristina Buffington 6-2, 6-0.Aviano boys 2, Vicenza 2 Reggie Haines (Vic) def. Alec Gonzalez 7-5, 7-6; Donovan Houston and Randy Lintz (Vic) def. Ruben Gonzalez and Jamie Weum 1-6, 7-5, 6-3; John Peffer and Joshua Campfield (Avi) def. Darren Eldredge and Steven Vetarbo 8-4.

Marymount vs. Vicenza at AvianoMarymount girls 1, Vicenza 0 Sazaki and Tyrrelle (Mmt) def. Jessica Holland and Cristina Buffington 6-0, 6-0.Marymount boys 2, Vicenza 1 Benassi def. Reggie Haines 6-4, 6-0; Daren Eldredge (Vic) def. Viceconte 8-6; Nour and Trombetta def. Donovan Houston and Randy Lintz 6-1, 7-5.

VolleyballBoys

(Saturday at Sigonella)Sigonella def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-27, 20-25, 25-21, 25-18, 17-15 Noteworthy—Sigonella’s Christian Custodio had 13 kills, 1 ace, 5 assists, and 1 block; Bryant Arreola had 7 kills and 2 aces; Sam Corey had 1 kill, 3 aces, and 2 blocks; Kevin Rodriguez 3 kills, 2 aces, and 2 digs; Stewart Roberts 1 kill, 6 aces, and 12 assists.

(Friday at Milan)Milan def. Naples 25-21, 27-25

(Saturday at Milan)Milan def. Naples 25-19, 25-18, 25-19Black Forest Academy def. Naples 25-12, 25-15, 15-25, 23-25, 16-14

Girls

(Friday at Aviano)Aviano def. Vicenza 25-11, 25-9, 25-16 Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Hans Hillestad, Tiffany Hight registered 21 kills and Alyssia Lane 11. Danielle Garcia had 14 assists and served 4 aces, and Alex Simon served 7 aces.

(Saturday at Aviano)Aviano def. Marymount 25-8, 25-13, 25-12 Noteworthy—Hight had 14 kills and a block, Lane added 8 kills, and Garcia had 22 assists and 5 aces as Aviano, which has won 98 straight matches against Italy-based teams, clinched the American Schools in Italy League conference championship.

(Friday at Brussels)Rota def. Brussels 25-19, 25-17, 25-20 Noteworthy—Bethany Walcott had 9 kills, 4 blocks, 3 aces and an assist for Rota, which got 9 assists from Kayleigh Cradeur, 5 aces and 3 assists from Jesse Armel; 4 kills and 2 aces from Gregoria Johnson, and 2 aces from Ali Hampton. Caitlin Quinn led Brussels with 4 kills and 3 assists, and her teammates Lizz McVicker and Alex Eperjesi added 3 assists and 3 kills, respectively.Rota def. Alconbury 25-8, 25-12, 25-16 Noteworthy—Walcott had 10 kills 2 blocks and 2 assists for Rota, which got 9 assists and an ace from J. Armel and 4 assists and an ace from Cradeur. Johnson added 3 kills, a block and an ace, and Del Cacua served 3 aces.

(Saturday at Brussels)Brussels def. Alconbury 25-8, 25-17, 25-18 Noteworthy—McVicker had 9 assists and 7 kills; Quinn added 8 kills and 4 assists. Brussels also got 3 solo blocks from Anna Rumery and 2 solo blocks from Cine Steptoe.Rota def. Menwith Hill 25-10, 25-10, 25-13 Noteworthy—Walcott registered 9 kills, a block and 8 aces; Cradeur posted 6 assists, a kill and 2 aces; Johnson had 3 kills, 2 blocks and 4 aces and J. Armel had 7 assists and served 3 aces.SHAPE def. Menwith Hill 25-7, 25-8, 25-13SHAPE def. Rota 25-15, 25-15, 25-22 Noteworthy—Walcott made 6 kills, 4 blocks and 3 aces; Cradeur had 6 assists, 2 kills and 2 aces and Johnson had 3 kills, 2 blocks and an assist for Rota. Ebonee De Vos paced SHAPE with 10 aces, Edit Bauska added 9 aces and Kornelia Notariani added 6.

(Saturday at Sigonella)Sigonella def. American Overseas School of Rome 25-21, 13-25, 25-22, 16-25, 15-13 Noteworthy—Brianna Zawodniak and Aleacia Miller each posted 5 kills for Sigonella. Zawodniak also had 8 assists and an ace. Jessica Rodil contributed 3 kills and 4 assists.

(Saturday at Patch)Vilseck def. Patch 25-17, 18-25, 25-20, 25-21Patch def. Hohenfels 19-25, 25-19, 23-25, 25-12, 16-14 Noteworthy—According to Patch coach Todd Taylor, Brittany Phillips totaled 21 kills and 8 blocks in the two matches. Milan Juliano had a combined 33 assists for Patch.Vilseck def. Hohenfels 23-25, 25-15, 18-25, 25-20, 16-14

(Saturday at Heidelberg)Ramstein def. Frankfurt International School 22-25, 25-13, 25-8, 25-23 Noteworthy—Ramstein's Charnel Austin had 11 kills and 18 assists.Ramstein def. Frankfurt International School 13-25, 25-18, 25-20, 25-15 Noteworthy—Austin posted 10 kills, 8 aces and 14 assists, and her teammate Michelle Mergens had 5 kills and 5 blocks as Ramstein remained unbeaten.Heidelberg def. FIS 25-22, 22-25, 25-21, 25-21 Noteworthy—Katie Anest led Heidelberg with 11 kills, 3 blocks. Nicole Doeden had 12 kills for FIS.

(Friday at Milan)Milan def. Naples 17-25, 25-21, 25-13

(Saturday at Naples)Naples def. Milan 25-22, 28-26, 23-25, 25-17 Noteworthy—Tia Dozier had 13 assists and 6 kills for Naples, which had 11 kills and a block from Sammi Dozier.

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