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Kaiserslautern 60, Baumholder 52(Friday at Kaiserslautern; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Baumholder: Artrell Davis 11, Florian Thomas 10; Kaiserslautern: Marcos Velazquez 19, Josiah Baldwin 12, Edrick Scarvers 10.Noteworthy—Kaiserslautern is 3-2 overall and 2-0 in Region II after completing season sweep of reigning European D-II champion Baumholder (1-5, 1-3). Baumholder is a D-III school this season.

Wiesbaden 43, Mannheim 40(Friday at Mannheim)Wiesbaden 5 7 10 21— 43Mannheim 10 9 10 11— 40Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Terrell Harper 13, Kiante Clifton 11, Kenny Hicks 9, Jamel Hooker 6; Mannheim: Courtney Hicks 14, Anthony Cook 10, Evan Crockett 7, John Smiley 4.Noteworthy—According to Mannheim coach John Crockett, Alan Gray iced victory with two free throws with 10 seconds to play that gave Wiesbaden a 43-38 lead. Hooker led all rebounders with 10; his teammates Harper and Clifton each had 8 rebounds as Wiesbaden improved to 2-1 overall and 2-0 in Region III. Mannheim (0-4, 0-4) got 8 rebounds each from Crockett and Smiley, 7 from Cook and 5 from Wicks.JV—Mannheim 28, Wiesbaden 15

Hanau 54, Hohenfels 34(Friday at Hanau)Hohenfels 5 11 9 9—34Hanau 26 7 17 4—54Top scorers—Hohenfels: Colby Baskin 10, Miguel Chestnut 8, Justin Battley 7; Hanau: Emanuel Moore 27, DeAndre Holmes 10, Spencer Miller 10.Noteworthy—Hohenfels coach Kathy Clemmons credited Baskin with 19 rebounds and 5 blocks and Mike Tillberg with 5 rebounds. According to Hanau coach Tim Smith, Moore scored 16 points in the first quarter, and he and Holmes each grabbed 8 rebounds.

Hanau 50, Hohenfels 39(Saturday at Hanau)Hohenfels 10 10 4 15—39Hanau 13 17 8 12—50Top scorers—Hohenfels: Tilberg 10, Chestnut 9, Baskin 8; Hanau: Moore 23, Holmes 15, Miller 9.Noteworthy—Moore led all rebounders with 12 as Hanau improved to 5-0 after the non-regional sweep. Holmes had 7 rebounds, D’shaun Carroll 5 and Miller 8 assists for Hanau. Hohenfels (0-4) got 7 rebounds from Tillberg and 4 from Baskin.

ISB 46, Brussels 20(Thursday at Brussels)Int’l. Sch. of Brussels 14 13 12 7—46Brussels 5 3 2 10—20Top scorers—ISB: Austin Beck 15, Perry Lewis 6, Eric Hamblett 6; Brussels: Matiss Suidekis 10, Ethan Hennes 5.Noteworthy—According to Brussels coach Chris Vahrenhorst, ISB’s Panwel Adams led all rebounders with 12. Hamblett added 7 and Dominic Culotta 5 for ISB, 4-2 overall and in Region I after this regional victory. Brussels, which got 6 rebounds from Marc Proietto and 4 steals from Marko Podplatnik, is 0-7, 0-3.

SHAPE 68, AFNORTH 28(Friday at SHAPE; 40-point courtesy rule invoked in 3rd quarter)AFNORTH 12 8 8—28SHAPE 14 32 22—68Top scorers—AFNORTH: Matthew Hyland 10, Leonard Fredrick 6, Patrick Hickman 6; SHAPE: Kelsey Bardell 32, Mike Konidaris 23, Alton Steele 6.Noteworthy—According to SHAPE coach Steve Richardson, Joe McGee made 4 steals to lead SHAPE to a quick start. He added that 17 combined rebounds from Hyland and Fredrick kept Lions in the game. SHAPE’s McGee, Bardell and Steele each had 4 rebounds.

SHAPE 56, AFNORTH 25(Saturday at AFNORTH )SHAPE 21 15 13 7—56AFNORTH 4 9 6 6—25Top scorers—SHAPE: Konidaris 19, Bardell 12, Steele 11; AFNORTH: Fredrick 9, Ryan Wright 6, Earl Waller 6.Noteworthy—For SHAPE (6-0 overall), Steele and Will Bass had 7 rebounds each, and Bardell had 6; Fredrick snagged 6 rebounds for AFNORTH (1-6), and Hyland had 4.JV—SHAPE 31, AFNORTH 27.

Naples 68, AOSR 63(Friday at Rome)Naples 19 17 13 19—68Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome 17 19 11 16—63Top scorers—Naples: Vincent Feazell 32, Ric Johnson 10; AOSR: Ezio Belli 29, Carlo Burci 13, Ryan Abbadi 5.Noteworthy—Belli hit 7 3-pointers for AOSR, which got 6 assists from Burci and 3 steals and 3 blocks from Moore.

Naples 64, AOSR 49(Saturday at Rome)Naples 11 17 13 23—64Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome 13 8 15 13—49Top scorers—Naples: Dwayne Newby 29, Feazell 14, Omar Pemberton 12; AOSR: Burci 19, Abbadi 12, Dino Repesa 13.Noteworthy—Naples improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in Region V. AOSR, which got 5 assists and 3 steals from Burci and 4 rebounds from Abbadi, is 4-3, 2-1.Sigonella 69, Marymount 46(Friday at Sigonella)Marymount 5 11 16 14—46Sigonella 18 14 23 12—69Top scorers—Sigonella: James Campbell 23, Will Hope 18, Darius Johnson 11; Marymount: Mwanvndv Saidi 35, Acerson Scott 3.Noteworthy—For Sigonella, Will Hope had 11 rebounds. Marymount’s Saidi led offensively and defensively, according to Sigonella coach Philip Andre.

Sigonella 63, Marymount 56(Saturday at Sigonella)Sigonella 19 12 13 17—63Marymount 7 14 19 16—56Top scorers—Sigonella: Campbell 19, Christian Custodio 16, Johnson 10; Marymount: Saidi 26, Zein Nour 11, Scott 8.Noteworthy—Campbell and Johnson had 7 rebounds each for Sigonella; Saidi’s, Nour’s and Scott’s play for Marymount (0-4, 0-2) kept the game close throughout, Andre reported. Sigonella improved to 4-2, 2-1.

Vicenza 50, Milan 20 (Friday at Milan; details unavailable)Vicenza 49, Milan 20(Saturday at Milan, details unavailable)Noteworthy—Vicenza is 4-2 overall and 2-1 in Region V. Milan is 0-6, 0-3.

Lakenheath 57, Menwith Hill 41(Friday at Lakenheath)Lakenheath 14 26 5 12—57Menwith Hill 12 10 7 12—41Top scorers—Lakenheath: Derek Schipper 12, Eddie Alford 11, Taiyo Robertson 10, Zach Randolph 10, Jeff Griffis 8; MH: Le’Shawn Adams 16, Corey Crane 8, Chase Rexroat 7, Brandon Hamilton 7, Lyle Dorsey 6.Noteworthy—For Lakenheath, Alford had 5 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists; Robertson added 3 rebounds; Menwith Hill’s Scottie Setzer had 11 rebounds, Corey Crane had 7, and Lyle Dorsey had 4.JV—Lakenheath 34, Menwith Hill 13.

Lakenheath 55, Menwith Hill 31(Saturday at Lakenheath)Lakenheath 10 10 17 18—55Menwith Hill 5 8 7 11—31Top scorers—Lakenheath: Alford 19, Robertson 12, Jeff Griffis 7; Menwith Hill: Adams 16, Lyle Dorsey 6 .Noteworthy—Alford had 6 rebounds and 4 steals for Lakenheath, along with Zach Randolph’s 7 and Robertson’s 5. For Menwith Hill, Rexroat had 11 rebounds and Adams 8.JV—Lakenheath 43, Menwith Hill 34.

Ansbach 59, Vilseck 33(Friday at Ansbach)Vilseck 8 8 7 10—33Ansbach 11 12 12 24—59Top scorers—Vilseck: Jamal; Grant 11, Josh Frank 8; Ansbach: Sam Freeman 13, Xavier Sheppard 10, Jiamin Kimbell 10.Noteworthy—According to Ansbach girls coach Mick Plummer, Freeman had 9 rebounds for Ansbach, which got 8 rebounds from Sheppard, 7 rebounds from Storm Freeman and 5 steals from Kimbell. Grant had 8 rebounds and Frank 7 for Vilseck.

Ansbach 72, Vilseck 68(Saturday at Ansbach)Vilseck 16 22 16 14—68Ansbach 14 17 20 21—72Top scorers—Vilseck: Frank 27, Rodney Fryel 19; Ansbach: Freeman 18, John Willis 16, Sjeppard 12.Noteworthy—Freeman led all rebounders with 14, Plummer said. Ansbach (6-0 overall, 4-0 in Region IV) got 9 steals from Sheppard and 9 rebounds from Willis. Vilseck (3-3, 2-2) got 10 rebounds from Fryel, 7 assists from Frank, 5 assists from T.J. Whitehead and 4 assists from Shane Calder. Grant added 6 rebounds for Vilseck.JV—Ansbach 43, Vilseck 42.

Patch 61, Bitburg 42(Friday at Bitburg)Patch 20 15 16 10—61Bitburg 14 6 9 13—42Top scorers—Patch: Benji Bowles 14, Justin Phelps 12, Eric Jones 12; Bitburg: Chris Redding 14, Robbie Hernandez 11, Joseph Tarnate 11.Noteworthy—According to Bitburg coach Terry Hoffman, Hernandez led all rebounders with 11 and his teammate Redding added 9. Tarnate had 7 steals. For Patch, Phelps had 7 rebounds and 4 steals while Bowles had 5 rebounds.

Bitburg 59, Patch 53(Saturday at Bitburg)Patch 11 11 12 19—53Bitburg 8 21 12 18—59Top scorers—Patch: Jones 14, Phelps 12, Brandon Perry 10; Bitburg: Tarnate 26, Redding 13, Jasuan Young 10.Noteworthy—Hernandez had 12 rebounds and Redding 9 for Bitburg (1-4 overall). Perry had 9 rebounds to lead Patch (2-4). Jones and Phelps each had 4 rebounds for the Panthers.

GirlsLakenheath 40, Menwith Hill 32(Friday at Lakenheath)Menwith Hill 8 8 8 8—32Lakenheath 9 10 8 13—40Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Desiree Moore 9, Kim Shelton 8; Lakenheath: Tekeia Wallace 13, Alex Hampton 11, Erica Turner 11, Kayla Johnson 2, Keyah Gunter 2, Emily Clifton 1.Noteworthy—Wallace had 14 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 blocks for Lakenheath, which also got 6 rebounds and 5 steals from Turner, according to Lancers coach Janis Ready.JV—Menwith Hill 23, Lakenheath 21 (3OT).

Lakenheath 45, Menwith Hill 22(Saturday at Lakenheath)Menwith Hill 8 4 5 5—22Lakenheath 15 7 9 14—45Top scorers—Menwith Hill: Moore 8; Lakenheath: Hampton 13, Turner 8, Clifton 6.Noteworthy—Hampton and Taylor each had 6 rebounds as Lakenheath completed the Region I sweep and improved to 5-2 overall and 5-1 in regional play. Turner had 5 rebounds and 3 assists, and Hampton had 4 steals and 3 assists.JV—Menwith Hill 16, Lakenheath 9.

Kaiserslautern 50, Baumholder 46(Friday at Kaiserslautern)Baumholder 12 7 8 19—46 Kaiserslautern 10 18 10 12—50Top scorers—Baumholder: Elizabeth Styles 20, Veronne Clark 14, Katrina Alsup 6; Kaiserslautern: Takara Greer 14, Tylisa Hendrix 9, Kiara Sanchez 8, Latanya Wilson 6.Noteworthy—According to Kaiserslautern coach Corey Sullivan, Wilson led all rebounders with 11; her teammates Lisa Domingo and Hendrix added 10 and 9, respectively. Sanchez added 4 asssists for Kaiserslautern, 5-0 overall and 2-0 in Region II, in this regional victory. Baumholder (3-3, 1-3) got 7 rebounds and 3 steals from Clark, 5 assists and 5 steals from Styles and 5 steals from Alsup.

Patch 51, Bitburg 26(Friday at Bitburg)Patch 19 0 22 10—51Bitburg 2 7 9 8—26Top scorers—Patch: Janel Briscoe 23, Brittany Phillips 12; Bitburg: Danyel Robinson 12.Noteworthy—According to Bitburg coach Lin Hairstone, Dani Thomas led Patch rebounders with 6; Ashlyn Marra topped Bitburg with 7. Marijka Nakoneczny had 6 steals for Patch.JV—Bitburg 26, Patch 11.

Patch 48, Bitburg 32(Saturday at Bitburg)Patch 14 18 11 5—48Bitburg 6 8 10 8—32Top scorers—Patch: Briscoe 20, Lindsay Sullivan 6; Bitburg: Robinson 22.Noteworthy—Injury-riddled Bitburg (0-5 overall) got 7 rebounds and 6 steals from Ashley Calvin. Patch (5-1) benefited from 6 steals by Zoe Call, 9 rebounds by Claralyn Burt and 8 rebounds from Thomas.JV—Bitburg 26, Patch 16.

Hohenfels 28, Hanau 26(Friday at Hanau)Hohenfels 8 9 9 2—28Hanau 9 6 4 7—26Top scorers—Hohenfels: Gabby Camp 8, Mandy LaVanway 6, Brittany Merriweather 4; Hanau: Lisa Fontanez 15, Shirl Timms 6.Noteworthy—According to Hanau coach Michael Hunt, Timms had 7 rebounds to lead Hanau and Merriweather 6 to lead Hohenfels, which got 4 steals from Teia Atkins, according to Tigers' coach Joyce Dusenberry.

Hanau 25, Hohenfels 23(Saturday at Hanau)Hohenfels 3 5 11 4—23Hanau 8 9 5 3—25Top scorers—Hohenfels: Merriweather 6, LaVanway 5, Stephanie Collins 4; Hanau: Fontanez 8, Timms 8.Noteworthy—Hanau (1-4) got 8 rebounds from Angel Swan; Hohenfels (1-3) got 6 rebounds each from Kim Howard and Brianna Tolbert.

Brussels 36, ISB 22(Friday at Brussels)Int'l. Sch. of Brussels 4 4 8 6—22Brussels 8 8 13 7—36Top scorers—ISB: Josine Blok 8, Amanda Stewart 6, Sophie Earl 4, Sam Rosen 4; Brussels: Caitlin Quinn 19, Elizabeth McVicker 11, Marialena Lagiou 6.Noteworthy—According to Brussels coach Dexter Bohn, Brussels, which opened season 0-3 against Region I D-I teams, won its fourth straight game. Quinn had 7 rebounds and 4 assists, McVicker 5 rebounds and 4 assists, Lagiou 6 rebounds and Cine Steptoe 3 steals for Brussels, 1-3 in Region I. ISB is 4-2 overall and in Region I.

Mannheim 24, Wiesbaden 21(Friday at Mannheim)Wiesbaden 4 7 9 1—21Mannheim 4 5 6 9—24Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Leandra Thomas 6, Nancy Jensen 6; Mannheim: Erica Wilson 13, Portia Short 4.Noteworthy—Wilson had 13 rebounds and Valerie Sasa 7 for Mannheim (3-1 overall and in Region III), according to coach Adrian Campbell. Thomas led Wiesbaden (1-2, 1-1) with 13 rebounds; Jensen added 5.JV—Wiesbaden 22, Mannheim 14.

SHAPE 33, AFNORTH 14(Friday at SHAPE, Belgium)AFNORTH 1 5 4 4—14SHAPE 10 12 4 7—33Top scorers—AFNORTH: Anastasia Cole 8; SHAPE: Justine Shelton 18, Cecily Smith 4, Cornelia Notarianni 4.Noteworthy—According to SHAPE coach Sam Ochinang, AFNORTH’s Cole led all rebounders with 6. Shara Fowler and Natasha Hauber each had 3 rebounds for SHAPE, which got 3 steals from Shelton.JV—AFNORTH 32, SHAPE 29.

SHAPE 59, AFNORTH 31(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)SHAPE 8 21 18 12—59AFNORTH 6 4 11 10—31Top scorers—SHAPE: Shelton 25, Shakita Black 12, Fowler 7; AFNORTH: Unavailable.Noteworthy—Ochinang credited Notarianni with 4 steals and Sha’air Hawkins with 7 rebounds as Lady Spartans improved to 6-0 overall. AFNORTH fell to 0-6.JV—AFNORTH 35, SHAPE 33.

Marymount 40, Sigonella 16 (Friday at Sigonella; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Marymount: Barbara De Alencar 20; Sigonella: Elexa McCracken 8.Marymount 41, Sigonella 2(Saturday at Sigonella; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Marymount: Alex Fernandez 14, Monique Boliko 12; Sigonella: Unavailable.Noteworthy—Game ended at end of third quarter by 39-point courtesy rule, according to Sigonella coach Ross Brand. Marymount evened its overall and regional records at 2-2, 1-1, respectively, with sweep; Sigonella fell to 2-4, 1-2.

Naples 67, AOSR 26(Friday at Rome)Naples 19 19 16 13—67Am. O’seas Sch. of Rome 9 4 10 3—26Top scorers—Naples: Taylor Anderson 29, Darien Moon 18; AOSR: Lisa Begusch 14.Noteworthy—Moon had 12 assists for Naples, which got 14 rebounds from Milena Maksimova and 7 from Valentina Lee.

Naples 41, AOSR 19(Saturday at Rome)Naples 8 12 14 7—41Am. O'seas Sch. of Rome 2 2 9 6—19Top scorers—Naples: Lee 21, Moon 12; AOSR: Sydney Cowan 13.Noteworthy—Maksimova grabbed 11 rebounds and Moon 8 as Naples improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in Region V. AOSR is 1-6 overall, 0-3 in region.

Vicenza 56, Milan 16(Friday at Milan; details unavailable)Vicenza 60, Milan 25 (Saturday at Milan; details unavailable)Noteworthy—Vicenza is 6-0 overall and 3-0 in Region V; Milan is 0-6, 0-3.

Vilseck 39, Ansbach 23(Friday at Ansbach)Vilseck 9 9 9 12—39Ansbach 6 3 6 8—23Top scorers—Vilseck: Tamaria Hollis 12, Stevi Hood 8, Shamyra Coleman 8; Ansbach: Chantell Ponder 7, Carmen Hill 6.Noteworthy—Ansbach’s Mick Plummer reported 8 rebounds and 7 steals for Vilseck’s Hollis, 8 assists for Coleman, 12 rebounds and 7 steals for Ashley Hicks and 7 rebounds for India Johnson. For Ansbach, Staci Thomas and Stephanie Stinson each had 7 rebounds and Jackie Pohl had 6.JV—Vilseck 29, Ansbach 4.

Vilseck 36, Ansbach 11(Saturday at Ansbach)Vilseck 13 7 7 9—36Ansbach 2 2 5 2—11Top scorers—Vilseck: Hicks 11, Hollis 8, Nicole Lewis 6; Ansbach: Hill 5, Stinson 4, Ponder 2.Noteworthy—Coleman had 12 steals for Vilseck (4-2, 4-0), which got 8 rebounds from Thea Dunn, 7 rebounds from Anne Goho and 6 rebounds from Lewis. Stinson grabbed 8 rebounds for Ansbach (1-5, 1-3).JV—Vilseck 14, Ansbach 5.

Wrestling(All tournaments conducted Saturday)

Brussels Team scoring—Lakenheath 205, Alconbury 126, Brussels 120.5, St. John’s 47, Menwith Hill 31.5.103 pounds—1, Jon Reese (Lake); 2, Nick Geronimo (Alc); 3, Scott Labelle (Brus); 4, Zoltan Roka (Alc).112—1, J.C. Henderson (Lake); 2, Kit Creager (Lake); 3, David Sessions (Alc); 4, Vince Alvarez (Alc).119—1, Brandon Searle (Lake); 2, Tyler Lucas (Alc); 3, Zach Castillo (Lake).125—1, Jonathan Cunningham (Alc); 2, Paul Westland (Brus); 3, Nick Nowland (Lake).130—1, Derek Franco (Lake); 2, Andrew Clayburn (Brus); 3, Anthony Millner (Alc).135—1, Chris Lyons (StJ); 2, (tie) Austin Hill (Alc), Anthony Gossby (Lake), Nate Lorei (Brus).140—1, Josh Hewitt (Lake); 2, Daniel Kent (Lake); 3, Travis Surlock (Lake); 4, Patrick Roberts (MH).145—1, Matt Lyons (StJ); 2, Joey Buckley (Brus); 3, Brandon Nicholson (Lake); 4, Jesse Miller (Lake).152—1, Hunter Baudoindajoux (Brus); 2, Kendrick Collins (Alc); 3, Taylor Williamson (Alc).160—1, Alec Moore (Lake); 2, Steven Herway (Brus); 3, Jamie Samudio (Alc); 4, Alex Schepens (StJ).171—1, Adam Tate (Alc); 2, Michael Jordan (Lake); 3, Joe Kren (Brus).189—1, Steve Elliott (Lake); 2, Hans Koenig (Lake).215—1, Sean Gresham (Lake); 2, Tahir Mahmudov (Bruss); 3, James Mingus (MH).285—1, Matt New (MH).

Patch Team scoring—Patch 199.5, Heidelberg 194, Würzburg 84, Ansbach 79.103 pounds—1, Leon Tilman (Heid); 2, Trey Johnson (Pat); 3, Zane Kennedy (Wzbg); 4, Kevin O'Brien (Pat).119—1, Corbin Henninger (Pat); 2, Jaron Henninger (Pat); 3, Canaan Jarrod (Pat); 4, Austin Moran (Pat).125—1, James Ricks (Pat); 2, Eddy Quintero (Wzbg); 3, Zach Smith (Heid); 4, John Goldberg (school unavailable).130—1, Johnmark Farlett (Pat); 2, Jay Steacy (Heid).135—1, Ryan Bery (Wzbg); 2, Jimmy Dana (Pat); 3, Max Keeley (Pat); 4, Maniel Mariscal (Ansb).140—1, Jon Hoffman (Heid); 2, Daniel Taylor (Pat); 3, Brian Chae (Pat); 4, Matt Clidas (Wzbg).145—1, Chris Opplinger (Pat); 2, Zach Griffitt (Pat); 3, Michael Fields (Heid); 4, Michael Thompson (Heid).152—1, Ryan Ramirez (Pat); 2, Joe Craig (Heid); 3, Felix Perry (Heid); 4, Jacob Grosso (Pat).160—1, Domicic Barrale (Ans); 2, Josh Simpson (Wzbg); 3, Michael Seely (Wzbg); 4, Chris Williams (Heid) .171—1,William Domko (Heid); 2, Rubens Almeida (Pat); 3, Erik Stouter (Heid); 4, Jared Jones (Ansb).189—1, Sean Hipe (Heid); 2, Donavon Purdum (Ansb); 3, Jacob Jones (Wzbg); 4, Chris Jackson (Heid).215—1, Thonda Taylor (Heid); 2, Patt Hess (Heid).285—1, Matt Martinez (Pat) ; 2, Zach Robison (Pat); 3, Brandon Vigil (Ans); 4, Lamar Gray (Heid).

SHAPE Team scoring—Baumbolder 180, AFNORTH 151.5, SHAPE 144, Kaiserslautern 143.5, Bitburg 109.103 pounds—1, Alfred Romeo (Kais); 2, Marco Gonzalez (SHP); 3 Billy Noemburg (school unavailable) 4, Dennis Thomas (SHP).112—1, Jerry Archuleta (Bitb); 2, Ty Yocum (Kais); 3, Scott Richardson (school unavailable); 4, Denny Miller (AFN).119—1, Cody Roth (Kais); 2, Jerry Hall (Baum); 3, Caleb Crotty (AFN); 4, Tim Brown (Baum).125—1, Edgar Acosta (Baum); 2, John McRea (Kais).130—1, Kris Higgins (AFN); 2, Adam Clark (Bitb); 3, Wesley Cox (SHP); 4, Nick Plant (Bitb).135—Matt Gohl (Bitb); 2, Seth Stevens (Baum); 3, Matt Harvey (Kais); 4, Greg Warren (AFN).140—1, E.J. Ruiz, (AFN); 2, Nik Yocum (Kais); 3, Dillon Demers (Bitb); 4, Charlie Weeks (SHP).145—1, Roberto Busquier (SHP); 2, Jacob Olson (Baum); 3, Britton Rapier (Kais); 4, Paul Kropilincki (Baum).152—1, Michael Russel (Baum); 2, Patrick Lehane (SHP).160—1, Aaron Howe (Baum); 2, Sam Stevens (Kais); 3, Ian Cinstantineau (AFN); 4, Seth Ellis (AFN).171—1, Brock Blankenship (AFN); 2, James Lampe (Baum); 3, (first name unavailable) Llomaki (SHP); 4, Marcus Aduaga (SHP).189—1, Alfonso Bernaldez (SHP); 2, Preston Kelly (Baum).215—1, Jonny Fitzgerald (SHP); 2, Ben Stevens (Kais); 3, Zac Cooney (AFN); 4, Scott Perrigen (SHP).285—1, Evan Stroupe (Baum); 2, Adam Smith (Bitb); 3, Darius Griffin (AFN); 4, Seth Ledbetter (Baum).

Sigonella Team scoring—Naples 99, Sigonella 80, American Overseas School of Rome 47.103 pounds—1, David Tappan (AOSR).112—1, Brett Gilbert (Sig); 2, Logan Porchie (Napl).119—1, David Moore (Napl); 2, Lane Warchol (Sig); 3, Marco Summerfield (Sig).125—1, Chris Campos (Napl); 2, George Corey (Sig).130—1, Anthony Ruspoli (AOSR); 2, Clif McPherson (Napl); 3, Thomas Berak (Sig).135—1, Franky Caraguillo (Napl); 2, Todd Bow (Sig).140—1, Andrew Barclay (Sig).145—1, Ryan Lastrella (Sig); 2, James Kuzmick (Napl); 3, Sam McNiel (Napl).152—1, Tyler Hall (Napl); 2, Trevor Moore (AOSR); 3, Alec Herb (Sig).160—1, Ryan Fitzgerald (Napl); 2, Ben Tucker (Napl); 3, Tyler Reed (Sig).171—1, Ryan Nalepa (AOSR); 2, Shea Goodnature (Napl); 3, Gianni Graegor (AOSR).189—1, Joseph Graegor (AOSR); 2, Markus Jones (Sig); 3, Justin Cave (Napl).215—1, Anthony McKeown (Sig); 2, Gavon Richard (Napl); 3, VincentTucker (Napl).285—1, Dallas Cagle (Napl).Noteworthy—Meet was first home date for Sigonella wrestlers in 7 years, according to Jaguars’ athletic director Amy Driscoll.

Wiesbaden Team scoring—Ramstein 176.5, Wiesbaden 169, Mannheim 89, Hanau 29.5.103 pounds—1, Garrett Ventrice (Rams); 2, Jonathan Brandley (Mann); 3, Brendan O’Brien (Wies); 4, William Goodeyon (Wies).112—1, Daniel Amezola (Rams); 2, DeAndre Reid (Mann); 3, Mitchell Clark (Rams); 4, Kamron Reinhard (Han).119—1, Alfredo Corbett (Rams); 2, Tahji Peebles (Wies); 3, Kenny Cavanaugh (Rams); 4, Brooke Long (Mann).125—1, Matt Lein (Rams); 2, Aubrey Blad (Han); 3, Brandon Ellis (Mann); 4, Ty Denzien (Wies).130—1, Chris Spencer (Wies); 2, Ben Meyer (Rams); 3, Will DeGraff (Rams); 4, Jeremy Junker (Mann).135—1, Ivory Freeman (Wies); 2, John Brown (Rams); 3, Andrew Gayton (Rams).140—1, Michael Spencer (Wies); 2, Gerald Baeza (Han); 3, Keats Rowell (Wies); 4, Drew Long (Mann).152—1, Ronald Peebles (Wies); 2, Zach West (Mann); 3, Jake Reid (Rams); 4, C.J. Wiedeman (Rams).160—1, Thomas Geddings (Wies); 2, Johnathan Lankford (Mann); 3, Allen Strickland (Wies); 4, Travis Hoeft (Rams).171—1, Josh Hoeft (Rams); 2, Chris Huckeba (Wies); 3, Nick Van Bemmel (Rams); 4, Ryan Riebling (Rams).189—1, Michael Harder (Wies); 2, Daren Fomin (Rams); 3, Chris Ellis (Mann); 4, Rodney Anderson (Wies).215—1, Hunter Stevens (Rams); 2, Jeff Surpris (Wies); 3, Cody Fischer (Wies).285—1, Sam Gayton (Rams); 2, Robert Merceron (Wies); 3, Derek McDonald (Wies).

MarksmanshipNorthwest Conference (Saturday at Baumholder)Team scoring—Heidelberg 1,334 of possible 1,500; Baumholder 637; Hanau 205.Top individual—Nathan Davis (Heid) 277 of possible 300.Top prone—Davis, 99 of possible 100.Top standing—Davis, 88.Top kneeling—Davis, 90.

Central Conference (Saturday at Würzburg)Team scoring—Patch 1,364 of possible 1,500; Ansbach 1,317; Mannheim 1,283; Würzburg 1,230.Top individuals (tie)—Jessica Elledge (Pat) and Leah Lynch (Pat) 275 of possible 300.Top prone—Randall Little (Wzbg) 99 of possible 100.Top standing—Lynch, 89.Top kneeling—Chanel Stevens (Pat) 96.

Southeast Conference (Saturday at Vilseck)Team scoring—Hohenfels 1,339 of possible 1,500; Vilseck 1,259; Bamberg 1,200; Vicenza 1,187.Top individual—Sunny Petery (Hoh) 277 of possible 300.Top prone—Petery 97 of possible 100.Top standing (tie)—Petery and Sarah Adams (Hoh) 89.Top kneeling—Jessica Walloch (Hoh) 94.


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