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Boys basketballPatch 70, Wiesbaden 60(Friday at Stuttgart)Wiesbaden..........12 23 4 21—60Patch..........9 17 20 24—70Top scorers—Wiesbaden: Kiante Clifton 24, Terrell Harper 13, Jamel Hooker 13; Patch: Julius Johnson—Rich 22, Justin Phelps 13, Tyler Armstrong 10, Brandon Perry 10.Noteworthy—According to Patch coach Bill Lassetter, Johnson-Rich, who blocked 3 shots and posted 4 assists, led all rebounders with 19 as Patch improved to 3-5 overall. Perry had 7 rebounds and 2 assists for the Panthers, who got 5 rebounds and 2 assists from Phelps. Wiesbaden (5-3) got 11 rebounds from Clifton, 8 rebounds from Hooker, 7 assists from Harper and 3 assists each from Alan Gray and Kenny Hicks.JV—Wiesbaden 51, Patch 47.

Ramstein 52, ISB 12(Friday at Ramstein)Int'l. School of Brussels..........6 6 0—12Ramstein..........25 19 8—52Scoring ended with 2:12 left in 3rd quarter by 40-point courtesy rule.Top scorers—ISB: James Horton 6, Erik Hamblett 6; Ramstein: Scott Sublousky 15, Brice Relaford 13.Noteworthy—According to Ramstein coach Len Tarnowski, Relaford and Evan Canfield each had 6 rebounds for Ramstein.JV—Ramstein 40, ISB 27.

Ramstein 49, ISB 27(Saturday at Ramstein)Int'l. School of Brussels.......... 8 6 2 11—27Ramstein.......... 12 15 13 9—49Top scorers—ISB: Hamblett 6; Ramstein: Ben Barnett 11, Brent Schuck 11.Noteworthy—Ramstein remains unbeaten at 10-0 overall; ISB falls to 4-6.JV—Ramstein 45, ISB 35.

SHAPE 56, Menwith Hill 36(Friday at Menwith Hill)SHAPE..........19 14 11 12—56Menwith Hill..........6 5 11 14—36Top scorers—SHAPE: Kelsey Bardell 24, Alton Steele 10, Mike Konidaris 9; Menwith Hill: Le’Shawn Adams 19.Noteworthy—Bardell was 9-for-10 from free-throw line, according to Menwith Hill coach Pete Resnick, who credited his player, Corey Crane, with 9 rebounds. Adams added 6 rebounds.JV—None.

SHAPE 60, Menwith Hill 27(Saturday at Menwith Hill)SHAPE..........17 19 6 18—60Menwith Hill..........1 9 9 8—27Top scorers—SHAPE: Bardell 23, Konidaris 12, Steele 10; Menwith Hill: Adams 14.Noteworthy—Steele led SHAPE (10-0 overall, 6-0 in Region I) with 9 rebounds, Resnick said. Chase Rexroat led Menwith Hill (4-6, 2-6) with 10 rebounds.

BFA 67, Würzburg 43(Friday at Würzburg)Black Forest Academy..........21 14 17 15—67Würzburg.......... 10 13 17 3—43Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: Eddie Mbanda 34, Sean Henderson 12, Aaron McKinney 8; Würzburg: Cortez Lindsey 9, Forte Cunningham 7, James Robinson 6.Noteworthy—According to Würzburg girls coach John Sullivan, Mbanda topped all rebounders with 16; his teammate Henderson added 14 rebounds and 5 assists. Robinson led Würzburg with 8 rebounds and 4 steals.

BFA 58, Würzburg 53(Saturday at Würzburg)Black Forest Academy..........14 12 11 21—58Würzburg.......... 13 10 10 19—52Top scorers—BFA: Mbanda 19, Henderson 16, Serge Ukety 9; Wuerzburg: Lindsey 12, Jordan Hunt 11, Robinson 9.Noteworthy—Sullivan reported 26 rebounds for Mbanda. His teammates Henderson and McKinney added 8 and 4 respectively for BFA (2-4 overall and in Region III), which got 3 steals and 3 assists from Luke Pelton. Würzburg (0-7, 0-5) got 6 assists, 5 rebounds and 4 blocks from Lindsey, 5 rebounds from Cunningham and 3 from Corey Ray.

Heidelberg 63, Mannheim 47(Thursday at Mannheim)Heidelberg..........18 14 25 6—63Mannheim..........8 13 6 20—47Top scorers—Heidelberg: Ryan Rohren 22, Chris Frazier 19; Mannheim: Darren Galloway 19, Courtney Wicks 10.Noteworthy—Rohren led Heidelberg (7-1 overall, 6-0 in Region III) with 9 rebounds; Frazier added 6. Heidelberg got 9 assists from Zach Tapp-Wilson.JV—Heidelberg 43, Mannheim 33.

Bamberg 67, Mannheim 49(Friday at Bamberg; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Mannheim: Wicks 29, Thomas Francis 10; Bamberg: Daniel Kieser 19, Joshua Robinson 18.Noteworthy—According to James Davis of Bamberg, Wicks had 12 rebounds and Anthony Cook 4 assists for Mannheim.Bamberg 62, Mannheim 47(Saturday at Bamberg; score by quarters unavailable)Top scorers—Mannheim: Francis 15, Cook 13, Galloway 12; Bamberg: Ryan Morris 21, Justin lane 15.Noteworthy—Bamberg is 7-1 overall. Mannheim (1-8) got 10 rebounds and 2 blocks from Francis and 6 steals and 3 blocks from Cook.

Milan 30, Marymount 26(Friday at Milan; details unavailable)

Milan 33, Marymount 29(Saturday at Milan; details unavailable)Noteworthy—Milan is 2-8, 1-4 in American Schools in Italy League play; Marymount is 0-8, 0-4.

Naples 68, Vicenza 60(Friday at Vicenza)Naples..........14 24 12 18—68Vicenza..........15 12 16 17—60Top scorers—Naples: Vince Feazell 28, Omar Pemberton 16; Vicenza: Xavier Taylor 22, Drew Owens 13, Shakil Keete 10.

Naples 60, Vicenza 53(Saturday at Vicenza)Naples..........19 15 7 19—60Vicenza..........18 15 8 12—53Top scorers—Naples: Pemberton 15, Eman Rawls 15, Feazell 10.Noteworthy—Naples is 8—0 overall, 4—0 in ASIL; Vicenza is 4—6, 2—2.

Aviano 79, Sigonella 38(Friday at Aviano)Sigoenlla..........9 19 8 2—38Aviano..........23 21 31 4—79Top scorers—Sigonella: James Campbell 18, Jim Octa 10, Darius Johnson 6; Aviano: Andre Dean 22, Sean Outing 14, Jon Anderson 13.Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Ken McNeely, Shaheed Seaton had 9 rebounds for Aviano. Outing posted 8 steals and Anderson 7 rebounds.

Aviano 71, Sigonella 47(Saturday at Aviano)Sigonella..........10 5 15 17—47Aviano..........17 16 23 15—71Top scorers—Sigonella: Will Hope 15, Johnson 14; Aviano: Dean 20, Jamal Tuck 19, Outing 18, Anderson 10.Noteworthy—Dean posted 7 assists, Anderson 7 rebounds and Outing 7 steals and 7 rebounds as Aviano improved to 9-1 overall and 4-0 in ASIL.

Baumholder 77, Hohenfels 58(Friday at Hohenfels)Baumholder..........16 20 21 20—77Hohenfels..........10 12 24 12—58Top scorers—Baumholder: Christian Fuller 22, Rodney Robinson 20, Artrell Davis 15; Hohenfels: Colby Baskins 19, Justin Battley 11, Miguel Chestnut 9.Noteworthy—Baumholder’s Fuller had 15 rebounds and 4 blocks, Rawls had 10 rebounds and Davis 5. LaCross Gray recorded 7 assists, and Robinson was 9—of—14 from the field. For Hohenfels, Mike Tillberg led all rebpounders with 10, while Baskins and Chestnut had 8 each. Lucas Salerno and Russ Starner each had 4 steals for Hohenfels.JV—Baumholder 41, Hohenfels 27.

Baumholder 68, Hohenfels 57(Saturday at Hohenfels)Baumholder..........20 16 13 19—68Hohenfels..........11 19 15 12—57Top scorers—Baumholder: Davis 21, Fuller 16, Robinson 12; Hohenfels: Tillberg 27, Baskins 15, Battley 10.Noteworthy—For Baumholder, Rawls had 14 rebounds, Gray 8 and Fuller 7. Florian Thomas had 8 assists for the Bucs (3-6). Hohenfel's Tillberg had 14 rebounds and Baskins added 9, plus 6 blocks. Salerno made 5 steals for Hihenfels (0-8).JV—Baumholder 36, Hohenfels 28.

Vilseck 64, Bitburg 48(Friday at Grafenwoehr)Bitburg..........9 15 10 14—48Vilseck..........19 10 24 11—64Top scorers—Bitburg: Joseph Tarnate 19, Chris Redding 11, Brandon Pitts 7; Vilseck: Josh Frank 29, Justin Moody—Walker 17.Noteworthy—According to Vileck coach Bill Ratcliff, Frank was 14-for-17 from the floor, and Moody—Walker sank 3 three-pointers for Vilseck, which got 5 steals, 4 assists and 4 blocks from Jamal Grant, 5 rebounds from Aaron Ware, amd 4 steals amnd 4 assists from T.J. Whitehead. Pitts had 9 rebounds and 2 assists for Bitburg, which got 4 steals from Redding.JV—Vilseck 48, Bitburg 39.

Vilseck 89, Bitburg 53(Saturday at Grafenwöhr)Bitburg..........17 15 12 9—53Vilseck..........29 27 21 12—89Clock allowed to run by mutual consent during 4th quarter.Top scorers—Bitburg: Redding 18, Tarnate 17; Vilseck: Moody—Walker 25, Frank 20, Grant 12.Noteworthy—Franck posted 10 assists and Zach Skells 6 for Vilseck (6-4). The Falcons got 5 steals from Mody-Walker, 7 rebounds from Eric Hickman and 5 from Gabe Welch, and 4 steals, 4 assists and 3 blocks from Grant. Bitburg is 1-7.JV—Bitburg 47, Vilseck 33.

Rota 75, Brussels 38(Friday at Alconbury)Rota..........17 26 12 20—75Brussels..........10 3 9 16—38Top scorers—Rota: Alan Dowden 24, Jeff Shelton 14, Caleb Arnold 11; Brussels: Matiss Suideikis 18, Ethan Hennes 6.Noteworthy—According to Alconbury coach Ron Behr, Dowden was 7-for-10 from beyond the 3-point arc. Suideikis had 11 rebounds and Marko Podplatnik 9 for Burssels.

Alconbury 41, Brussels 39 (OT)Brussels..........8 10 4 14 3—39Alconbury..........9 8 9 10 5—41Top scorers—Brussels: Nick Bottesini 10, Suideikis 8; Alconbury: Arius Brown 13, Darius Gamez 9, J.C. Cluver 8.Noteworthy—Brown, who had 13 rebounds, sank 2 free throws with 6 seconds to play in overtime, according to Behr.

Rota 67, Alconbury 38(Saturday at Alconbury)Rota..........17 11 16 23—67Alconbury..........10 13 13 2—38Top scorers—Rota: Dowden 25, Shelton 23; Alconbury: Jimmy Luong 9, Gamez 9.Noteworthy—Dowden sank 8 three-pointers, Behr said, and Brown snared 16 rebounds.

Girls basketballVicenza 49, Naples 47(Friday at Vicenza)Naples..........5 8 18 16—47Vicenza..........20 5 13 11—49Top scorers—Naples: Darien Moon 22, Sheridan Farrell 11, Irish Lardizabel 7, Kayla Life 3; Vicenza: Adriona Cleveland 18, Chareira Gilbert 16, Tyler Rivers 5, Sabrina Vimoto 5..Noteworthy—According to Vicenza coach Garrett Barton, Gilbert, who had 9 assists and 3 rebounds, and Cleveland each stole the ball 5 times; their teammate Rivers handed out 6 assists. Life of Naples sank game’s lone three-point shot.

Vicenza 56, Naples 20(Saturday at Vicenza)Naples..........4 4 4 8—20Vicenza..........4 20 26 6—56Top scorers—Naples: Farrell 8, Lardizabel 4, Dilmirra Anderson 4; Vicenza: Cleveland 24, Gilbert 18, Rivers 6.Noteworthy—Naples (6-2 overall, 3-1 in American Schools in Italy League play) was without Moon, injured Friday night, for this game, according to Barton. Vicenza (10-0, 4-0) stayed unbeaten behind 12 steals from Cleveland and 5 from Gilbert, who also had 9 assists and sank a three-pointer. Cleveland, who had 2 treys, and Rivers had 4 assists each.

Aviano 46, Sigonella 11(Friday at Aviano)Sigonella..........2 0 8 1—11Aviano..........15 7 13 11—46Top scorers—Sigonella: Elexa McCracken 6; Aviano: Alyssa Lane 17, Melanie Griffin 6.Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Greg Mead, Lane had 7 rebounds, and her teammate Gabby Aumack handed out 4 assists. McCracken led Sigonella with 7 rebounds.

Aviano 62, Sigonella 12(Saturday at Aviano)Sigonella..........7 1 12 0—12Aviano..........24 19 8 11—62Top scorers—Sigonella: McCracken 8; Aviano: Lane 12, Alyssa Fellows 9, Gabbi Dellick 9, Aumack 8.Noteworthy—Aviano (10-0 overall, 4-0 in American Schools in Italy League) got 7 steals from Lane and 6 rebounds by Aumack. McCracken grabbed 8 rebounds for Sigonella (2-8, 1-4).

Marymount 35, Milan 15(Friday at Milan; details unavailable)Marymount 46, Milan 32(Saturday at Milan; details unavailable)Noteworthy—Marymount is 4-4 overall, 2-2 in ASIL. Milan is 0-10, 0-5.

Wiesbaden 39, Patch 13(Friday at Stuttgart)Wiesbaden..........8 14 11 6—39Patch..........0 4 2 7—13Top scorers—Wiesbaden: LeAndra Thomas 21, LeAmber Thomas 5; Patch: Unavailable.Noteworthy—According to Patch coach Karla Young—Phillips, Lakendra Washington led Wiesbaden (6—2) with 8 rebounds; her teammates LeAndra Thomas, who made 5 steals, and Nancy Jensen each added 5 rebounds. Patch is 5-3.JV—Wiesbaden 33, Patch 13.

Ramstein 43, ISB 26(Friday at Ramstein)Internat’l. Sch. of Brussels..........6 2 8 10—26Ramstein.......... 9 10 12 12—43Top scorers—ISB: Sophie Earll 8, Josine Blok 8; Ramstein: Sierra Stayberg 18, Latiya Harrison 10.Noteworthy—According to Ramstein coach Kent Grosshuesch, Styaberg had 5 assists and 5 rebounds for Ramstein, which got 8 rebounds from Tina Checotah. Earll led ISB with 6 rebounds.

JV—Ramstein 32, ISB 6.Ramstein 52, ISB 25(Saturday at Ramstein)Int’l. School of Brussels..........7 8 6 4—25Ramstein.......... 11 19 10 12—52Top scorers—ISB: Sam Rosen 8; Ramstein: Sara Sublousky 18, Stayberg 12, Addy George 5.Noteworthy—Francesca Bianchi and Mackenzie Bannister each had 8 rebounds for Ramstein (9-1), and Stayberg made 7 assists, Grosshuesch reported. Blok grabbed 6 rebounds for ISB (4-5).JV—Ramstein 28, ISB 11.

SHAPE 58, Menwith Hill 33(Friday at Menwith Hill)SHAPE..........14 14 18 12—58Menwith Hill..........11 6 9 7—33Top scorers—SHAPE: Ebonee De Vos 21, Justine Shelton 14, Shakita Black 14; Menwith Hill: Desiree Moore 15, Kim Shelton 6, Jasmine Clear 4.Noteworthy—According to Menwith Hill's Pete Resnick, De Vos and Shara Fowler each had 10 rebounds for SHAPE. Moore and Kim Shelton each matched those totals for Menwith Hill.

Menwith Hill 44, SHAPE 40 (OT)SHAPE..........6 11 13 10 0—40Menwith Hill..........6 18 8 8 4—44Top scorers—SHAPE: J. Shelton 12, Black 11, De Vos 6; Menwith Hill: K. Shelton 12, Beth Alber 11, Moore 8.Noteworthy—According to Resnick, Kim Shelton, who had 15 rebounds, scored all 4 OT points. Jessica Welsh added 10 rebounds for Menwith Hill (2-8 overall, 2-6 in Region I). SHAPE (9-1, 5-1) got 13 rebounds from De Vos.

Baumholder 54, Hohenfels 34(Friday at Hohenfels)Baumholder..........23 13 8 10—54Hohenfels..........7 4 10 13—34Top scorers—Baumholder: Elizabeth Styles 17, Veronne Clark 14, Jasmine Thompson 7; Hohenfels: Mandy La Vanway 14, Britney Meriweather 4, Emily Mittag 4.Noteworthy—For Baumholder, Thompson had 12 rebounds, Megan White had 10. Clark had 9 steals and 6 assists; Hohenfels's Meriweather and La Vanway each had 6 rebounds.JV—Baumholder 20, Hohenfels 11.

Baumholder 49, Hohenfels 26(Saturday at Hohenfels)Baumholder..........19 7 10 13—49Hohenfels..........7 0 6 13—26Top scorers—Baumholder: Katrina Alsup 14, Styles 11, Thompson 8; Hohenfels: Meriweather 9, Mittag 6.Noteworthy—Thompson had 14 rebounds to lead Baumholder (6-3), which got 6 rebound and 4 assists from Alsup and 8 steals from Styles. For Hohenfels (3-5), Nina Cox had 5 rebounds, and Meriweather and La Vanway had 4 each.JV—Hohenfels 17, Baumholder 13.

BFA 33, Würzburg 15(Friday at Würzburg)Black Forest Academy..........9 9 6 9—33Wuerzburg.......... 1 4 2 8—15Top scorers—BFA: Ginny Holladay 6, Mallory Holladay 6, Linda Buhiedel 5; Würzburg: Jamila Harvey 6, Halie Arriaga 3.Noteworthy—According to her coach, John Sullivan, Adrianna Archie grabbed 17 rebounds for Würzburg, which got 8 from Kirby Eavey and 7 from Tina Robinson. Autumn Neuharth, who blocked 2 shots, led BFA with 6 rebounds; her teammates Buheitel, Rebekah Chew and Joanna Kelley each snared 5. Alyssa Krause posted 8 steals and 2 assists for BFA.

BFA 27, Würzburg 23(Saturday at Würzburg)Black Forest Academy..........4 6 6 11—27Würzburg.......... 0 6 10 7—23Top scorers—Black Forest Academy: M. Holladay 10, Krause 6, Chew 6; Würzburg: Harvey 10, Arriage 5, Eavey 5.Noteworthy—Archie grabbed 16 rebounds, Eavey 12 and Harvey 11 as Würzburg still fell to 2-5 overall and 0-5 in Region III. Krause registered 5 steals and 5 assists for BFA (2-6, 2-4), which got 4 steals each from M. Holladay and Kelly and 2 assists from Neuharth.

Vilseck 29, Bitburg 21(Friday at Vilseck)Vilseck..........4 10 9 6—29Bitburg..........5 6 7 6—21Top scorers—Bitburg: Danyel Robinson 13; Vilseck: Shamyra Coleman 10, Tamaria Hollis 8, Stevi Hood 6.Noteworthy—Robinson grabbed 9 rebounds for Bitburg; Thea Dunn had 8 rebounds for Vilseck, along with Hollis's 6 rebounds, 5 blocks and a steal. Nicole Lewis added 6 rebounds. Coleman had 13 steals and 4 blocks.JV—Bitburg 20, Vilseck 19.

Bitburg 35, Vilseck 33(Saturday at Vilseck)Bitburg..........12 15 6 2—35Vilseck..........2 4 11 16—33Top scorers—Bitburg: Robinson 16, Latrice Jones 8; Vilseck: Coleman 11, Hood 6, Hollis 6.Noteworthy—For Bitburg, Ashlyn Murra had 11 rebounds and Robinson 10. Vilseck’s Dunn and Lewis had 13 rebounds each, while Hood added 7. Lewis and Hollis also had 5 steals. Vilseck competed the first half minus 3 starters due to scheduled SAT testing.JV—Vilseck 26, Bitburg 17.

Wrestling(All meets Saturday)At BrusselsTeam scoring—Lakenheath 218, Brussels 160, Kaiserslautern 145, Bitburg 76.5, St. John’s of Brussels 47.103 pounds—1, Alfred Remo (Kais); 2, Jon Reese (Lake); 3, Scott Labelle (Brus); 4, Vincent Alvarez (Lake).112—1, Ty Yocum (Kais); 2, Jerry Archuleta (Bitb); 3, J.C. Henderson (Lake); 4, Kip Creager (Lake).119—1, Brandon Seale (Lake); 2, Cody Roth (Kais); 3, Mike Ryan (Brus); 4, Zach Castillo (Lake).125—1, Alex Langley (Kais); 2, Adam Clark (Bitb); 3, Nicholas Nolan (Lake); 4, Chase Lumm (Lake).130—1, Andrew Clayburn (Brus); 2, Derek Franco (Lake); 3, Nick Plante (Bitb); 3, Trevor Holliday (Lake).135—1, Chris Lyons (SrJ); 2, Nate Lorei (Brus); 3, Anthony Guzby (Lake); 4, Matt Harvey (Kais).140—1, Aaron Ellis (Brus); 2, Nic Yocum (Kais); 3, Matt Gohl (Bitb); 4, Daniel Kent (Lake).145—1, Matt Lyons (StJ); 2, Joey Buckley (Brus); 3, Britton Rapier (Kais); 4, Jesse Miller (Lake).152—1, Hunter Baudoindajoiux (Brus); 2, Brandon Nicholson (Lake); 3, Cody Ray (Bitb); 4, Boone Pilkington (StJ).160—1, Alec Moore (Lake); 2, Steven Herway (Brus); 3, Travis Thibault (Lake); 4, Sam Stevens (Kais).171—1. Cameron Gill (Lake); 2, Michael Jordan (Lake); 3, Joe Kren (Brus).189—1, Steve Elliot (Lake).215—1, Ben Stevens (Kais); 2, Sean Grisham (Lake); 3, Tahir Mahmudov (Brus).285—1, Chris Santos (Lake); 2, Adam Smith (Bitb).

At NaplesTeam scoring—Naples 130, Vicenza 92, Sigonella 80, American Overseas School of Rome 60, Aviano 38.103 pounds—Login Porchie (Napl); 2, Shakil Mason (Vicz).112—1, David Moore (Napl); 2, Neil Navarro (Napl); 3, Omri Izahki (AOSR); 4, Marcus Locklear (Vicz).119—1, Chris Campos (Napl); 2, Marco Summerfield (Sig); 3, Laue Warchol (Sig); 4, Andy Kunis (Avi).125—1, Marc Bowman (Vicz); 2, George Corey (Sig).130—1, Anthony Ruspoli (AOSR); 2, Jeremy Smithers (Avi); 3, Shaun Mahadeo (Vicz); 4, Thomas Berak (Sig).135—1, Zach Bishop (Vicz); 2, Tynan Olonan (Napl).140—1, Ryan Lastrella (Sig); 2, Franky Caraguilo (Napl); 3, Andrew Barclay (Sig); 4, Darren Eldredge (Vicz).145—1, Alec Herb (Sig); 2, James Kuzmick (Napl); 3, Tevor Moore (AOSR); 4, Derrik Arthur (Vicz).152—1, Tyler Hall (Napl) 2, Sean Taylor (Avi); 3, Jack Buffington (Vicz).160—1, Dante Rankin (Avi); 2, Ryan Fitzgerald (Napl); 3, Tim Loney (Vicz); 4, James Freeman (AOSR).171—1, Kyle Kaus (Vicz); 2, Gianni Greagor (AOSR); 3, Brigham Gearts (Sig); 4, Ryan Nalepa (AOSR).189—1, Davide Torregreossa (AOSR); 2, Justin Cave (Napl); 3, Marcus Jones (Sig); 4, Gabe Sanchez (Vicz).215—1, Anthony McKeown (Sig); 2, Vincent Tucker (Napl); 3, Joey Greagor (AOSR); 4, Gavin Richard (Napl).285—1, Dallas Cagle (Napl).

At WiesbadenTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 174.5, AFNORTH 95.5, Hohenfels 88, SHAPE 64, Würzburg 50.103 pounds—1, Brendan O’Brien (Wies); 2, Zane Kennedy (Wzbg); 3, Marco Gonzalez (SHP); 4, William Goodeyon (Wies).112—1, J.J. Donohue (AFN); 2, Caleb Crotty (AFN); 3, Drew Martin (Hoh).119—1, Tahji Peebles (Wies); 2, Bob O'Brien (Wies); 3, Evan Best (Wies); 4, Zachery Cusker (SHP).130—1, Kris Higgins (AFN); 2, Chris Spencer (Wies); 3, Wesley Cox (SHP); 4, Ian McKinney (Wies).135—1, Konner Higgins (AFN); 2, Ivory Freeman (Wies); 3, Ryan Barry (Wzbg); 4, Tyler Denzien (Wies).140—1, E.J. Ruiz (AFN); 2, Mark Caples (Hoh); 3, Matt Clidas (Wzbg); 4, Charlie Weeks (SHP).145—1, Michael Spencer (Wies); 2, Roberto Busquier (SHP); 3, Alex Frasier (Wies); 4, Layne Hedrick (Hoh).152—1, Ronald Peebles (Wies); 2, Lester Perez (Wies); 3, Juan Pablo Garcia (SHP); 4, Patrick Lehane (SHP).160—1, Stephen Vandal (Hoh); 2, Thomas Geddings (Wies); 3, Josh Simpson (Wzbg); 4, Mike Seely (Wzbg).171—1, Patrick Van Fleet (Hoh); 2, Chris Huckeba (Wies); 3, Kayleb Harp (Hoh); 4, Drew Weaver (Wzbg).189—1, Shawn Havens (Hoh); 2, Michael Harder (Wies); 3, Zach Cooney (AFN); 4, Richard Nelson (Wies).215—1, Johnny Fitzgerald (SHP); 2, Cody Fischer (Wies); 3, Scott Perrigan (SHP).285—1, Greg Gonzales (Wies); 2, Darius Griffin (AFN); 3, Derek McDonald (Wies).

MarksmanshipUSAREUR/DODDS Rifle ChampionshipSaturday at Patch High School, Stuttgart, GermanyTeam scores (top-five scores count toward team total)—1, Hohenfels: 1,394 (Sarah Adams, 294; Jessica Walloch, 282; Emily Adams, 282; Katelyn Bronell, 275; Sunny Petery, 271; Andrew Morton, 269); 2, Patch: 1,382 (Lynisse Johnson, 280; Leah Lynch, 280; Jessica Elledge, 276; Chastyn Anglesey, 275; Tiffany Fowler, 271; Chanel Stevens, 271); 3, Vilseck: 1,321 (Tim Ray, Toni Anderson and Chris Vertz, all 268; John Lee, 262; Brittany Conley, 255; Lemmie Lee, 250).Also, Mannheim, 1,317; Heidelberg, 1,308; Würzburg, 1,308; Ansbach, 1,302; Bamberg, 1,272; Vicenza, 1,194.Top individual scorers, including shootout round after team competition—1, Sarah Adams, Hohenfels, 378; 2, Jessica Walloch, Hohenfels, 373; 3, (tie) Leah Lynch, Patch, 372; Lynisse Johnson, Patch, 372; 5, Emily Adams, Hohenfels, 371; 6, Jessica Elledge, Patch, 369; 7, Chastyn Anglesey, Patch, 364; 8, Nathan Davis, Heidelberg, 358; 9, Katelyn Bronell, Hohenfels, 353.

Military basketballWomenRamstein 54, Heidelberg 20(Saturday at Ramstein)Halftime—Ramstein 27, Heidelberg 11.Top scorers—Heidelberg: Patricia Jameson 8, Nikki Smith 4, Sherette Mills 4; Ramstein: Ieschia Ross 13, Jetta Weber 10, Kamesha Edwards 10.


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