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Taji Peebles of Weisbaden attempts to pin Aubry Blad of Hanau during the second period of the 125 pound finals Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Peebles beat Blad 11-7.
Taji Peebles of Weisbaden attempts to pin Aubry Blad of Hanau during the second period of the 125 pound finals Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Peebles beat Blad 11-7. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Taji Peebles of Weisbaden attempts to pin Aubry Blad of Hanau during the second period of the 125 pound finals Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Peebles beat Blad 11-7.
Taji Peebles of Weisbaden attempts to pin Aubry Blad of Hanau during the second period of the 125 pound finals Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Peebles beat Blad 11-7. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Ty Yocum of Kaiserslautern attempts a first-period pin against Mannheim’s DeAndre Reid in the 112 pound finals Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Yocum, the 2nd place All-European from last season, pinned Reid in the 2nd period.
Ty Yocum of Kaiserslautern attempts a first-period pin against Mannheim’s DeAndre Reid in the 112 pound finals Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Yocum, the 2nd place All-European from last season, pinned Reid in the 2nd period. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Michael Spencer of Wiesbaden puts the squeeze on Kaiserslautern’s Briton Rapier Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Spencer went on to defeat Nik Yocum, a senior from Kaiserslautern, in the 140 pound finals 14-11. Spencer pinned Rapier in the 2nd round of their match-up.
Michael Spencer of Wiesbaden puts the squeeze on Kaiserslautern’s Briton Rapier Saturday at the Kaiserslautern High School gym. Spencer went on to defeat Nik Yocum, a senior from Kaiserslautern, in the 140 pound finals 14-11. Spencer pinned Rapier in the 2nd round of their match-up. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Wrestling(All matches were Saturday)At AFNORTH Team scoring—Ramstein 176.5, Baumholder 145.5, AFNORTH 121, Bitburg 60, St. John’s of Brussels 45.5103 pounds - 1, Garret Ventrice (Rams); 2, Devin Miller (Baum)112 - 1, J.J. Donahue (AFN); 2, Scott Richardson (Baum); 3, Daniel Miller (AFN)119 - 1, Jerry Archuleta (Bitb); 2, Francis Dimalanta (Rams); 3, Timothy Brown (Baum)125 - 1, Edgar Acosta (Baum); 2, Matt Lein (Rams); 3, Denis Birdsong (Bit)130 - 1, Kris Higgins (AFN); 2, Ben Myer (Rams); 3, Will DeGraff (Rams);135 - 1, Christopher Lyon (StJ); 2, Konner Higgins (AFN); 3, Seth Stevens (Baum)140 - 1, Emmanuel Ruiz (AFN); 2, Dillon Demers (Bitb); 3, Jacob Janeczko (Rams)145 - 1, Matthew Lyons (StJ); 2, Ryan Dorofee (Rams); 3, Paul Kropilnicki (Baum)152 - 1, Sean Keasey (AFN); 2, C.J. Wiedeman (Rams); 3, Michael Russell (Baum)160 - 1, Aaron Howe (Baum); 2, Nick Van Bemmel (Rams); 3, Ryan Gernert (Rams)171 - 1, James Lampe (Baum); 2, Ryan Riebling (Rams); 3, Ian Constentineau (AFN)189 - 1, Brock Blankenship (AFN); 2, Daren Fomin (Rams); 3, Nick Fritz (Rams)215 - 1 , Zachary Cooney (AFN); 2, Joe McNulty (Rams)275 - 1, Sam Gaytan (Rams); 2, Darius Griffin (AFN); 3, Evan Stroupe (Baum)At AOSR Team scoring—Naples 107, American Overseas School of Rome 83, Vicenza 80, Aviano 38, Sigonella 35103 pounds - 1, David Tappan (AOSR); 2, Shakil Mason (Vicz)112 - 1, Logan Porchie (Napl); 2, Marcus Locklear (Vicz)119 - 1, Brett Gilbert (Sig); 2, David Moore (Napl); 3, Lane Warchol (Vicz); 4, Omri Izhaki (AOSR)125 - 1, Chris Campos (Napl); 2, Shaun Mahadeo (Vicz); John Massey (Vicz)130 - 1, Anthony Ruspoli (AOSR); 2, Jeremy Smithers (Avi); 3, Marc Bowman (Vicz) Cliff McPherson (Napl)135 - 1, Zach Bishop (Vicz); 2, Tynan Oloman (Napl); 3, Todd Bow (Sig); 4, Andrew Barkley (Sig)140 - None145 - 1, James Kuzmick (Napl); 2, Jason Datin (AOSR); 3, Derek Arthur (Vicz); 4, Carter Hoffman (Avi)152A - 1, Tyler Hall (Napl); 2, Trevor Moore (AOSR); 3, Sean Traynor (Avi); 4, Nick Bowman (Vicz)152B - 1, Jack Buffinton (Vicz); 2, Sam NcNeal (Napl); 3, Jacob Gonyea (Avi)160 - 1, Dante Rankin (Avi); 2, Ryan Fitzgerald (Napl); 3, Stephen Torregrosso (AOSR); 4, Ben Tucker (Napl)171 - 1, Kyle Kaus (Vicz); 2, Ryan Nalepa (AOSR); 3, Giancarlo Greagger (AOSR); 4, Shea Goodnature (Napl)189 - 1, David Terragrosso (AOSR); 2, Joey Greagger (AOSR); 3, Justin Cave (Napl); 4, Josh Rizzo (Vicz)215 - 1, Anthony McKeown (Sig); 2, Vincent Tucker (Napl); 3, John Nowell (Napl)275 - NoneAt Kaiserslautern Team scoring—Wiesbaden 163, Kaiserslautern 100, Würzburg 89, Mannheim 76, Hanau 33103 pounds—1, Alfred Remo (Kais); 2, Zane Kennedy (Wzbg); 3, William Goodeyon (Wies); 4, Dean Gregory (Kais)112 - 1, Ty Yocum (Kais); 2, DeAndre Reid (Mann); 3, Brendan O’Brien (Wies); 4, Kamron Reinhard (Han)119 - 1, Cody Roth (Kais); 2, Edwardo Quintero (Wzbg); 3, Bob O’Brien (Wies); 4, Brooke Long (Mann)125 - 1, Tahji Peebles (Wies); 2, Aubry Blad (Han); 3, Ty Denzien (Wies); 4, Alex Langley (Kais)130 - 1, Jeremy Junker (Mann); 2, Ian McKinney (Wies); 3, Rebecca Ewing (Wzbg)135 - 1, Keats Rowell (Wies); 2, Ivory Freeman (Wies); 3, Ryan Barry (Wzbg)140 - 1, Michael Spencer (Wies); 2, Nik Yocum (Kais); 3, Drew Long (Mann); 4, Matt Clidas (Wzbg)145 - None152 - 1, Ronald Peebles (Wies); 2, Alex Fraser (Wies); 3, Lester Perez (Wies); 4, Phillip Tross (Wies)160 - 1, Josh Simpson (Wzbg); 2, Mike Seeley (Wzbg); 3, Johnathan Lankford (Mann); 4, Zach West (Mann)171 - 1, Christopher Huckeba (Wies); 2, Thomas Gogan (Wzbg); 3, Sam Stevens (Kais); 4, Eric Howard (Wies)189 - 1, Mike Harder (Wies); 2, Chris Ellis (Mann); 3, Jacob Jones (Wzbg); 4, Sean Daley (Kais)215 - None275 - 1, Jeff Surpris (Wies); 2, Greg Gonzalez (Wies); 3, Cody Fisher (Wies); 4, Angelos Hall (Han)

Boys BasketballLakenheath 65, Brussels 25(Friday at Lakenheath)Brussels..........3 8 8 6 - 25Lakenheath..........19 21 12 13 - 65Top scorers—Brussels: Ethan Hennes 8; Lakenheath: Malique Pratt 15, Taiyo Robertson 13, Derek Schipper 10Noteworthy—Lincoln Nora had 9 rebounds and Kyle Dawicki 4 steals to pace Lakenheath. Hennes, Mitiss Sudeikis and Marko Podplatnik each had 6 rebounds for Brussels, and Podplatnik added 5 assists.Lakenheath 70, Brussels 52(Saturday at Lakenheath)Brussels..........10 13 16 13 - 52Lakenheath..........21 17 17 15 - 70Top scorers—Brussels: Nick Bottesini 16, Sudeikis 13, Hennes 9; Lakenheath: Robertson 23, Eddie Alford 19, Schipper 7Noteworthy—Bottesini had 13 rebounds and Podplatnik 7 assists for D - IV school Brussels (0 - 2 overall, Region I) Alford snared 8 rebounds and made 4 steals for Lakenheath of D - I (2 - 0 overall, Region I). Zach Randolph pulled off 3 steals for the Lancers.ISB 47, Menwith Hill 39(Friday at Menwith Hill)Int’l School of Brussels..........8 11 13 15 - 47Menwith Hill..........10 10 9 10 - 39Top scorers—ISB: Austin Beck 18, Phil Feldman 7; Menwith Hill: Le’Shawn Adams 22, Lyle Dorsey 6Noteworthy—Beck scored 11 of his team - high 18 in the fourth quarter. Adams sank four 3 - pointers.ISB 52, Menwith Hill 40(Saturday at Menwith Hill)Int’l School of Brussels..........11 10 16 15 - 52Menwith Hill..........7 12 11 10 - 40Top scorers—ISB: Tomasso Fabris 11, Beck 10; Menwith Hill: Adams 14, Dorsey 10.Noteworthy—Menwith Hill is 0 - 2.SHAPE 56, Alconbury 16(Friday at SHAPE, Belgium)Alconbury..........3 4 4 5 - 16SHAPE..........17 12 22 5 - 56Top scorers—Alconbury: Darius Gomez 6, Arous Brown 4, Conor Redding 4; SHAPE: Mike Konidaris 16, Kelsey Bardell 14, Joe McGee 7Noteworthy—Bardell had 4 steals, 2 assists, 2 blocks and 2 threes. Alconbury’s Malcolm Bennett grabbed 12 rebounds.JV—SHAPE 30, Alconbury 28 SHAPE 48, Alconbury 9(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Alconbury..........4 2 3 - 9SHAPE..........24 12 12 - 48Game ended in third quarter by 40 - point courtesy ruleTop scorers—Alconbury: Bennett 3, Gomez 2, Brown 2, Redding 2; SHAPE: Bardell 16, Konidaris 11, Alton Steele 10, Jim Drago 7Noteworthy—SHAPE (2 - 0 Region I, overall) benefited from 4 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists and 2 blocks by Bradell and 3 steals and 7 points off the bench by Drago.Alconbury is 0 - 2 overall and in regional play.JV—SHAPE 32, Alconbury 16 AOSR 44, Vicenza 35(Friday at Vicenza)Amer. O’seas Schl. of Rome..........2 11 12 19 - 44Vicenza..........4 13 7 11 - 35Top scorers—AOSR: Carlos Burci 16, Ryan Abbadi 13, Seth Moore 7; Vicenza: Shakil Skeete 15, Xavier Taylor 10, Drew Owens 5AOSR 48, Vicenza 29 (Saturday at Vicenza)Amer. O’seas Schl. of Rome..........9 15 12 12 - 48Vicenza..........2 2 7 18 - 29Top scorers—AOSR: Abbadi 21, Burci 9, Daryll Sandoual 7; Vicenza: Taylor 8, Conner Hooper 8, Skeete 7Noteworthy—AOSR is 2 - 0 overall and in Region V; Vicenza is 0 - 2, 0 - 2.Aviano 73, Marymount 34(Friday at Rome)Aviano..........27 13 15 18 - 73Marymount..........10 7 12 5 - 34Top scorers—Aviano: Bobby Henderson 27, Denzell Barnett 12, Sean Outing 11, Jon Anderson 11, Jamal Tuck 10; Marymount: Saidi Mwanwndu 19, Zein Nour 6Aviano 72, Marymount 61(Saturday at Rome)Aviano..........21 20 11 20 - 72Marymount..........14 21 17 9 - 61Top scorers—Aviano: Andre Dean 28, Tuck 17, Henderson 12; Marymount: Mwanwndu 33, Scott Acerson 13Noteworthy—Dean handed out 8 assists and was 14 - of - 16 on free - throw tries. Outing had 21 rebounds and 12 steals in the combined two games, and Henderson made 16 rebounds over the weekend. Aviano is 4 - 0 overall and 2 - 0 in Region V; Marymount 0 - 2 overall and in regional play.Hanau 53, Mannheim 34(Friday at Mannheim)Hanau..........12 12 13 16 - 53Mannheim..........10 7 12 5 - 34Top scorers—Hanau: Vernon Miles 13, Spencer Miller 13, DeAndre Holmes 12, D’Shawn Carroll 10; Mannheim: Courtney Wicks 14, Anthony Cook 6, Pierre Short 6Noteworthy—Holmes snagged 10 rebounds for Hanau (1 - 0 overall, Region III). Mannheim (0 - 1 overall, Region III) had 6 rebounds each from Cook, Evan Crockett and Thomas Francis.JV—Mannheim 47, Hanau 16Ramstein 62, Wiesbaden 45(Friday at Wiesbaden)Ramstein..........10 16 15 21 - 62Wiesbaden..........10 13 15 7 - 45Top scorers—Ramstein: Scott Sublousky 19, Brent Schuck 10; Wiesbaden: Terrell Harper 16, Jamel Hooker 8Noteworthy—Harper and Hooker each had 5 rebounds.Ramstein 86, Baumholder 57(Tuesday at Baumholder)Ramstein..........24 13 20 29 - 86Baumholder..........5 16 24 12 - 57Top scorers—Ramstein: Sublousky 33, Schuck 15, Dillon Wadsack 14; Baumholder: Rico Rawls 13, Christian Fuller 12, Artrell Davis 10.Noteworthy—Sublousky, who canned four 3 - pointers, scored 14 of his points in the first quarter as Ramstein burst out to a 24 - 5 lead. Full - court pressure, Bean added, cut Baumholder's deficit to 12 for three consecutive possessions in the fourth quarter, but the Bucs were unable to score on any of them and Ramstein pulled away.JV—Ramstein 27, Baumholder 22Baumholder 60, Bitburg 33(Friday at Bitburg)Baumholder..........7 19 12 22 - 60Bitburg..........6 9 11 7 - 33Top scorers—Baumholder: Davis 15, Rawls 14, Fuller 12; Bitburg: Joseph Tarnate 12, Jasuan Young 7, Darius Wynn 6Noteworthy—Tarnate had 4 rebounds and 3 steals, and Brandon Pitts registered 4 rebounds.Heidelberg 65, BFA 23(Friday at Kandern, Germany)Heidelberg..........12 18 20 15 - 65Black Forest Academy..........7 10 2 4 - 23Top scorers—Heidelberg: Chris Frazier 18, James Wright 14, Ryan Rohren 7, Chris Cuthbert 6, Julian Jones 6, Shali Thompson 6; Xavier Newsome 4, Malcolm Griffin 2; BFA: Eddie Mbanda 7Noteworthy—Wright pulled down 14 rebounds for Heidelberg, which got 7 from J.C. Sharer, 6 from Thompson and 5 from Rohren. Frazier made 6 steals. Mbanda had 7 rebounds for BFA.JV—Heidelberg 51, BFA 29Heidelberg 86, BFA 44 (Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Heidelberg..........23 19 22 22 - 86Black Forest Academy..........15 9 10 10 - 44Top scorers—Heidelberg: Frazier 29, Rohren 17, Sharer 14, Griffin 9; BFA: Luke Pelton 13, Mbanda 12Noteworthy—Heidelberg (3 - 0 overall, Region III) got 11 rebounds from Rohren, 9 from Wright and 6 from Sharer. Griffin had 7 assists and 6 steals for Heidelberg; Frazier also made 6 steals. Mbanda made 5 blocks and had 7 rebounds for BFA (0 - 4, 0 - 2 in regional play)Ansbach 73, Würzburg 48 (Friday at Würzburg)Ansbach..........15 23 16 19 - 73Würzburg..........12 15 8 13 - 48Top scorers—Ansbach: Jiamine Kimbell 19, Sam Freeman 18, Storm Freeman 17; Würzburg: Jordan Hunt 27, Anthony Miles 8, Corey Ray 5Noteworthy—Sam Freeman had 13 rebounds. Kimbell had 8 rebounds and 6 steals, and Xavier Sheppard posted 7 rebounds for Ansbach. Würzburg got 4 steals from Ray.Ansbach 50, Würzburg 34 (Saturday at Ansbach)Würzburg..........6 15 8 5 - 34Ansbach..........6 16 7 21 - 50Top scorers—Würzburg: Hunt 10, James Robinson 9, Miles 6; Ansbach: Marcus Allen 10, Kimbell 9, Rancel Arrocha 8Noteworthy—Kimbell made 9 steals and Storm Freeman and Sam Freeman each had 7 rebounds for Ansbach (2 - 0 overall) in this non - regional game. Robinson pulled down 8 reoubnds and Josh Torrez 3 for Würzburg (0 - 2)Bamberg 58, Patch 47 (Friday at Bamberg)Patch..........12 9 11 15 - 47Bamberg..........10 10 16 22 - 58Top scorers—Patch: Justin Phelps 14, Brandon Perry 12, Julius Rich 10, Eric Jones 5; Bamberg: Dan Kieser 16, Josh Robinson 14, Justin Lane 13, Kevin Brown 6, Ryan Morris 5, Kevin Daniels 4Noteworthy—Kieser had 9 steals, and Robinson and Brown pulled down 8 and 6 rebounds, respectively. Rich had 7 rebounds and Perry 6 for Patch.JV—Bamberg 38, Patch 33 Patch 56, Bamberg 51(Saturday at Bamberg)Patch..........16 16 10 14 - 56Bamberg..........21 12 4 14 - 51Top scorers - Patch: Jones 17, Rich 11, Perry 9, Ben Bowles 9, Phelps 4; Bamberg: Lane 17, Robinson 15, Kieser 8, Daniels 4Noteworthy—Robinson had 8 rebounds and Brown 4 for Bamberg (1 - 1 in Region IV). Patch is 1 - 1 in the region.JV—Bamberg 38, Patch 32 Vilseck 61, Kaiserslautern 55(Friday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Halftime—Kaiserslautern 32, Vilseck 30Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Cornelius Jackson 16, Josiah Baldwin 10; Vilseck: Josh Frank 13, Justin Moody - Walker 12, Rodney Fryel 11Noteworthy—Frank a one - time Red Raider who was double - teamed by his former team in both games this weekend, grabbed 5 rebounds and blocked 3 shots.JV—Vilseck 38, Kaiserslautern 20 Kaiserslautern 54, Vilseck 50 (OT)(Saturday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Halftime—Kaiserslautern 29, Vilseck 20Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Marcus Velasquez 15, Jackson 13; Vilseck: Frank 16Noteworthy—Jamal Grant had 8 rebounds and Frank with 4 steals in this non - regional game which Kaiserslautern tied at 44 at the end of regulation. Both teams are 1 - 1.JV—Vilseck 26, Kaiserslautern 24

Girls BasketballLakenheath 31, Brussels 30 (Friday at Lakenheath)Brussels..........7 13 5 5 - 30Lakenheath..........6 10 8 7 - 31Top scorers—Brussels: Lizz McVicker 13, Caitlin Quinn 12; Lakenheath: Alex Hampton 14, Tekeia Wallace 13, Erica Turner 2, Kayla Johnson 2Noteworthy—Wallace and Emily Clifton each had 5 rebounds for Lakenheath. Quinn had 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals for defending European D - IV champion Brussels in this Region I game.Lakenheath 35, Brussels 33 (Saturday at Lakenheath)Brussels..........7 4 7 15 - 33Lakenheath..........12 7 8 8 - 35Top scorers—Brussels: Quinn 21, McVicker 8; Lakenheath: Jasmine Taylor 8, Turner 7, Wallace 7, Hampton 5, Clifton 2, Johnson 2, Janay Middleton 2, Keyah Gunter 2.Noteworthy—Marialena Lagiou and Marelena Schlattman each had 6 rebounds for Brussels (0 - 2 overall, Region I), which got 6 steals from McVicker and 4 assists from Quinn. For Lakenheath (2 - 0, 2 - 0), Taylor had 11 rebounds and 4 blocks while Wallace posted 7 rebounds and 2 steals.SHAPE 45, Alconbury 6 (Friday at SHAPE, Belgium)Alconbury..........0 4 2 0 - 6SHAPE..........10 13 16 6 - 45Top scorers - Alconbury: Caitlin Stewart 4, Corinna Dewitt 2; SHAPE: Ebonee De Vos 15, Justine Shelton 10, Shara Fowler 6Noteworthy—Stewart had 5 rebounds and Dewitt 4 for Alconbury. De Vos, who played 2 quarters, forced 11 held balls, and grabbed 9 rebounds. Shelton totaled 6 rebounds and Cecily Smith 5 for SHAPE.SHAPE 46, Alconbury 7 (Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Alconbury..........2 3 2 - 7SHAPE..........22 5 19 - 46Game ended in 3rd quarter by 40 - point courtesy ruleTop scorers—Alconbury: Stewart 6; SHAPE: Shelton 17, De Vos 12, Fowler 9Noteworthy—Top 3 scorers played just 12 minutes for SHAPE (2 - 0 overall, in Region I). De Vos had 8 rebounds, Shelton 6 and Fowler 5. Alconbury is 1 - 2 overall and 0 - 2 in region.Vicenza 51, AOSR 22 (Friday at Vicenza)Amer. O’seas Schl. of Rome..........9 0 11 2 - 22Vicenza..........23 0 19 9 - 51Top scorers—AOSR: Sydney Cowan 15, Lisa Begusch 5, Tara Di Iorio 2; Vicenza: Chakeira Gilbert 18, Adriona Cleveland 14, Sabrina Vimoto 5Vicenza 49, AOSR 16 (Saturday at Vicenza)Amer. O’seas Schl. of Rome..........0 0 6 10 - 16Vicenza..........25 7 12 5 - 49Top scorers—AOSR: Cowan 6, Carolyn Hockaday 4, Di Iorio 4, Kate Istell 2; Vicenza: Gilbert 23, Cleveland 11, Tyler Rivers 9, Vimoto 6.Noteworthy—Cleveland, who played just one quarter, sank 3 three - pointers. Gilbert added 2 three - pointers and Rivers 1 as Cougars advanced to 2 - 0 overall and in Region V. AOSR is 0 - 2, 0 - 2.Aviano 43, Marymount 4 (Friday at Rome)Aviano..........18 13 12 - 43Marymount..........2 1 1 - 4Game ended with 4 min. to play in third quarter because of 40 - point courtesy rule.Top scorers—Aviano: Alyssa Lane 34, Lakeisha Stephens 7; Marymount: Unavailable.Noteworthy—Lane had 10 rebounds, 9 steals and 4 assists. Stephens had 5 rebounds and 6 steals.Aviano 52, Marymount 24 (Saturday at Rome)Aviano..........15 15 9 13 - 52Marymount..........4 6 10 4 - 24Top scorers—Aviano: Lane 21, Stephens 12, Emily Cartwright 9; Marymount: Barbara De'Alencar 8.Noteworthy—Lane added 12 rebounds and 5 steals for Aviano (4 - 0), which got 5 assists from Stephens and 6 rebounds from Cartwright.Baumholder 63, Bitburg 38 (Friday at Baumholder)Bitburg..........2 15 10 11 - 38Baumholder..........11 22 15 15 - 63Top scorers—Bitburg: Sabrina Cavaz 13, Danyle Robinson 10, Ashlyn Marra 6; Baumholder: Veronne Clark 18, Katrina Alsup 15, Elizabeth Styles 14Noteworthy—Bitburg got 10 rebounds from Marra and 7 from Robinson; Alexi Velazquez had 9 rebounds and Clark 8 for Baumholder, which got 8 steals from Styles and 7 from Alsup.JV—Baumholder 27, Bitburg 11 Ramstein 62, Baumholder 57 (OT)(Tuesday at Ramstein)Baumholder..........21 8 13 13 2 - 57Ramstein..........16 21 7 11 7 - 62Top scorers—Baumholder: Styles 27, Alsup 10; Ramstein: Christina Checotah 16, MacKenzie Bannister 15, Sara Sublousky 9, Sierra Stayberg 8.Noteworthy—Defensive work of Stayberg and Sublousky allowed Ramstein to erase its first - quarter deficit and take its halftime lead. Baumholder tied game with 2 seconds left in regulation when Clark sank 1 - of - 2 free throws to force OT. Styles fouled out with 2 minutes left in overtime, allowing Ramstein to pull away.Ramstein 35, Wiesbaden 31 (Friday at Wiesbaden)Ramstein..........10 7 7 11 - 35Wiesbaden..........6 14 6 4 - 30Top scorers—Ramstein: Latiya Harrison 6, Kaitlyn martin 6, Sublousky 6, Stayberg 6; Wiesbaden: Leandra Thomas 10, Shitora Satterwhite 8, Nancy Jensen 8Noteworthy—Harrison had 14 rebounds and Thomas 11 to lead their teams. Jensen added 6 rebounds for Wiesbaden.JV—Wiesbaden 31, Ramstein 21Mannheim 51, Hanau 23 (Friday at Mannheim)Hanau..........6 1 2 14 - 23Mannheim..........13 13 17 8 - 51Top scorer—Hanau: Ashley Destefani 12, Lisa Fontanez 7; Mannheim: Valerie Sasa 22, Anaya Cook 13Noteworthy—Mannheim is 1 - 0 overall and in Region III; Hanau 0 - 1.Würzburg 28, Ansbach 13 (Friday at Würzburg)Ansbach..........2 2 3 6 - 13Würzburg..........9 6 4 9 - 28Top scorers—Ansbach: Jackie Pohl 9, Carmen Hill 3; Würzburg: Jamila Harvey 13, Adrianna Archie 8Noteworthy—Archie posted 8 rebounds and 15 steals for Würzburg, which got 7 rebounds from Tesa Miller and 6 rebounds from Harvey. Pohl had 7 rebounds for Ansbach.Würzburg 43, Ansbach 31 (Saturday at Ansbach)Würzburg..........14 12 6 11 - 43Ansbach..........8 8 7 8 - 31Top scorers—Ansbach: Pohl 10, Staci Tomas 7, Marissa Dominguez 6; Würzburg: Miller 17, Archie 8, Halie Arriaga 5Noteworthy—Miller was 7 - of - 9 from the floor and 3 - of - 4 from the line. Archie led Würzburg rebounders with 9; her teammate Kirby Eavey added 6 rebounds and Harvey 5 as the Lady Wolves went to 2 - 0 overall. Ansbach (0 - 2) got 10 rebounds from Kiarra Sloan.Heidelberg 48, BFA 44 (OT) (Friday at Kandern, Germany)Heidelberg..........8 11 11 10 8 - 48Black Forest Acad...........10 7 12 11 4 - 44Top scorers—Heidelberg: Ataleicia Anderson 14, Teri Henderson 13, Ashley Jordan 11; BFA: Rebekah Chew 11, Ginny Holladay 9, Joanna Kelley 7Noteworthy—Lydia Buheitel led BFA rebounding with 9, Kelley added 8 and Chez 7; Autumn Newhart handed out 6 assists for BFA.JV—Heidelberg 15, BFA 9 Heidelberg 41, BFA 26(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)Heidelberg..........13 10 6 12 - 41Black Forest Academy..........2 6 4 14 - 26Top scorers—Heidelberg: Jordan 20, Henderson 7, Fallon Puppolo 6; BFA: Mallory Holladay 9, Newhart 4, Alyssa Krause 4Noteworthy—Jordan had 26 rebounds and Henderson 11 for Heidelberg (2 - 0 overall, 2 - 0 in Region III). Newhart led the rebounding with 8 for BFA (0 - 4, 0 - 2), which got 6 steals each from M. Holladay, Krause and Katie Berry. Buheitel had 6 rebounds and Krause 4.JV—Heidelberg 25, BFA 19 Patch 27, Bamberg 24(Friday at Bamberg)Patch..........0 8 10 9 - 27Bamberg..........6 5 2 11 - 24Top scorers—Patch: Brittany Phillips 11, Zoe Call 9, Lindsay Sullivan 4; Bamberg: Jenna Cepe 14, Selina Godbee 4Noteworthy—Lady Barons' Avian Bryant led all rebounders with 8; her teammates Godbee added 6 and Patricia Payton 3. Claralyn Burt led Patch with 6 rebounds; Dani Thomas grabbed 4 and Stephanie Sullivan 3.JV—Bamberg 23, Patch 11 Patch 33, Bamberg 24(Saturday at Bamberg)Patch..........7 6 9 11 - 33Bamberg..........2 7 4 11 - 24Top scorers—Patch: Philips 12, Janel Briscoe 6, Thomas 6; Bamberg: Cepe 14, Bryant 7, Godbee 4Noteworthy—4 steals for Bamberg’s Danielle Witter and 4 assists for Patch's Briscoe. Burt had 8 rebounds, Sullivan 4 and Cassondra Niles 3 for Patch (2 - 0 overall, Region IV). Bamberg (0 - 2, 0 - 2) got 8 rebounds from Bryant, 6 from Payton and 4 from Cepe.JV—Patch 13, Bamberg 12Kaiserslautern 57, Vilseck 36 (Friday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Halftime - Kaiserslautern 22, Vilseck 10Top scorers - Kaiserslautern: K. (first name unavailable) Sanchez 21, Lisa Domingo 12; Vilseck: Ashley Hicks 18.Noteworthy - Tamaria Hollis had 5 rebounds for Vilseck of D - II; her teammate Shamyra Coleman added 4 steals.JV - Kaiserslautern 24, Vilseck 8Kaiserslautern 48, Vilseck 30 (Saturday at Vilseck; score by quarters unavailable)Halftime—Kaiserslautern 28, Vilseck 20Top scorers—Kaiserslautern: Latanya Wilson 12, Tylisa Hendrix 10; Vilseck: Hicks 14Noteworthy—Stevie Hood had 7 rebounds and Coleman 4 steals for Vilseck (0 - 2 overall). Kaiserslautern is 2 - 0.ISB 29, Menwith Hill 18 (Friday at Menwith Hill; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Stephanie Earll 9; Menwith Hill: Kim Shelton 6ISB 25, Menwith Hill 19 (Saturday at Menwith Hill; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—International School of Brussels: Earll 6, (first name unavailable) Bartlone 6, (first name unavailable) Rosen 6; Menwith Hill: Shelton 13Noteworthy—International School of Brussels is 2 - 0 in Region I; Menwith Hill 0 - 2.

Marksmanship(Team scoring is combined totals of top 5 individuals)Northwest Conference (Saturday at Baumholder)Team scoring—Heidelberg 1,332, Baumholder (3 shooters) 698, Hanau (3 shooters) 667Top overall scorer—Nathan Davis (Heid) 278 of 300Top prone scorer—Lee Hillmon (Heid) 99 of 100Top standing scorer—Hillmon, 91 of 100Top kneeling scorer—Bradley Hannum (Heid) 92 of 100Southeast Conference(Saturday at Vilseck)Team scoring—Hohenfels 1,341; Vilseck 1,265; Vicenza 1,224; Bamberg 1,129Top overall scorer—Sarah Adams (Hoh) 274 of 300Top prone scorers—Reagan Womble (Vic) and John Lee (Vils) 95 of 100Top standing scorers—Logan Allen (Hoh) and Sunny Petery (Hoh) 89 of 100Top kneeling scorer—Adams, 93 of 100

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