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Ramstein’s Dimitri Mobley clears a hurdle on his way to winning the 110-meter race in 15.52 seconds.
Ramstein’s Dimitri Mobley clears a hurdle on his way to winning the 110-meter race in 15.52 seconds. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Ramstein’s Dimitri Mobley clears a hurdle on his way to winning the 110-meter race in 15.52 seconds.
Ramstein’s Dimitri Mobley clears a hurdle on his way to winning the 110-meter race in 15.52 seconds. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Kaiserslautern’s Ashley Santos, center, leads teammates Amber Core, left, and Colleen Davis into the final lap of the girls 1,500-meter race at Ramstein on Saturday. Santos won the race in 5 minutes, 27.59 seconds, ahead of Core and Davis.
Kaiserslautern’s Ashley Santos, center, leads teammates Amber Core, left, and Colleen Davis into the final lap of the girls 1,500-meter race at Ramstein on Saturday. Santos won the race in 5 minutes, 27.59 seconds, ahead of Core and Davis. (Michael Abrams / S&S)

SoccerBoysRegion IBrussels 2, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Brussels)Halftime—1-0.Goals—Tahir Mahmudov, Rimmi HarjoAssists—Jamie Hunt, Alen Abazi.Saves—Menwith Hill (Brent Amidon) 8; Brussels (Ryan Bottesini) 6.Noteworthy—Brussels evened overall and regional record at 1-1; Menwith fell to 0-2, 0-1.Region IIRamstein 5, Baumholder 0(Saturday at Ramstein)Halftime—1-0.Goals—Fabrice Jordan 2, Jonathan McClouth, Ryan Olson, Glenn Verley.Assists—McClouth 2, Verley, Christian Arroyo, Alex Lee.Saves—Baumholder (Sean Ledbetter) 7, Ramstein (Kyle Borda) 1.Noteworthy—Shutout was second in two games for defending European D-I champions, and anchored by defensive work of Justin Vernon, Drew Guffey, Ian Ringer and Dennis Dooley. Baumholder All-Europe Prince Owusu organized a Buc defense that fended off most Ramstein attacks in the first half. Baumholder fell to 1-1 overall, 0-1 in region; Ramstein is 2-0 overall and in regional play.Bitburg 2, Mannheim 1(Saturday at Mannheim)Halftime—1-1.Goals—Bitburg: Tim O’Donnell, Brandon Massie; Mannheim: Denis Mahr.Assists—None reported.Saves—Bitburg unavailable; Mannheim (Bryce Mann) 12.Noteworthy—Mannheim, which got stellar defensive play from Dennis Majewski and Tim Sellman, is 0-2 overall and in region. Bitburg is 1-1, 1-0 in regional play.Kaiserslautern 1, Wiesbaden 0(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime—0-0.Goal—Patrick Burns.Assist—Erik Langholtz.Saves—Wiesbaden (Richard Nelson) 8; Kaiserslautern (James Green) 6.Noteworthy—Drew Polson launched four shots over the crossbar for Wiesbaden (0-1-1 overall and 0-1-0 in Region II). Kaiserslautern is 1-0-0 overall and in regional play.Region IIIHohenfels 4, Patch 2(Friday at Hohenfels)Halftime—2-2.Goals—Patch: Josh Camacho, Jacob Camacho; Hohenfels: Devon Fluker 2, Andre Walker, Tim Salerno.Assists—Patch: None reported; Hohenfels: Fluker, Florian Davis, Xavier Davis.Saves—Patch (Drew Penrod) 4; Hohenfels (Kevin White) 8.Noteworthy—Hohenfels is 2-0 overall and in Region III; Patch fell to 0-2 overall, 0-1 in region.JV—Patch 4, Hohenfels 0.Patch 5, Vilseck 1(Saturday at Vilseck)Halftime—Patch 3, Vilseck 1.Goals—Patch: Jacob Camacho, Keith Moore, George Welton, Ron Kirkemo, Andrew Lewis; Vilseck: Sage Thornbrugh.Assists—Patch: Jacob Camacho; Vilseck: None.Saves—Patch (Penrod) 5; Vilseck (Jarrett Dunlap) 5.Noteworthy—Patch is 1-2 overall, 1-1 in region; Vilseck is 0-1-1, 0-1-0 in region.JV—Patch 5, Vilseck 0Heidelberg 7, Ansbach 0(Saturday at Ansbach)Halftime—4-0.Goals—Owen Burton, Jeremy Thorson, Paul Hann, David Grandacaprio, Grant Lee, Thomas Hogue, unavailable.Assists—None reported.Saves—Heidelberg unavailable; Ansbach (Mikael Vicente) 16.Noteworthy—Ansbach is 0-2 overall and in region; Heidelberg is 1-0-1 overall and in Region III.Region IVSigonella 8, Aviano 1(Saturday at Sigonella)Halftime—Sigonella 4, Aviano 0.Goals—Aviano: (first name unavailable) Rizzo; Sigonella: Ben Jacks 4, Patrick Burke 2, Tyler Reed 2.Assists—Aviano: None reported; Sigonella: Jacks 2, Reed, Brett Gilbert, Anthony Belicena.Saves—Aviano (Unavailable) 26; Sigonella (Conor Quinn) 2.Noteworthy—Sigonella(1-1-1)  gets first victory behind defensive work of Gilbert and Andrew Barclay. Aviano is 0-3 after surrendering 26 Goals so far this season.Vicenza 5, Naples 1(Saturday at Naples)Halftime—Unavailable.Goals—Vicenza: Renaldo Reyter 2, Derek Stevenson 2, Taylor Curry; Naples: Troy Reeves.Assists—Vicenza: Nicola Novek, Brian Johnson; Naples: None reported.Saves—Unavailable.GirlsRegion IBrussels 1, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Brussels)Halftime—0-0.Goal—Jennifer Alonso.Assists—None.Saves—Menwith Hill (Alexis Thomas) 5; Brussels (Jane Rudy) 9.Noteworthy—Coach Jay Steffenhagen cited work of sweeper Sarah Preciado and stopper Dianet Preciado as key to the shutout that improved the Lady Brigands to 1-0-1 overall and in the region. Menwith Hill is 1-1-0 overall, 0-1-0 in Region I.Region IIWiesbaden 3, Kaiserslautern 0(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime—2-0.Goals—Celina Ponte 2, Emmas Curtsinger.Assists—None reported.Saves—Wiesbaden unavailable; Kaiserslautern (Katie Jackson) 11.Noteworthy—Wiesbaden is 1-0 in Region II, 1-0-1 overall. K-town is 0-1 overall and in the region.Bitburg 1, Mannheim 1(Saturday at Mannheim)Halftime—Mannheim 1, Bitburg 0.Goals—Bitburg: Kayla Johnson; Mannheim: Alanna Crockwell.Assists—None.Saves—Bitburg unavailable; Mannheim (Tristan Ledesma) 7.Noteworthy—Johnson scored equalizer on penalty kick with 11 minutes to go as Bitburg improved to 0-1-1 overall and 0-0-1 in region. Mannheim also is 0-1-1 overall and 0-0-1 in Region II.Ramstein 9, Baumholder 0(Saturday at Ramstein)Halftime—6-0.Goals—Josie Seebeck 4, Mackenzie Crews 2, Alana Sciuto, Toni Geisford, Mimi Rivera.Assists—Danielle Alvey 2, Laura Welch 2, Rivera.Saves—Baumholder unavailable; Ramstein (Bethany Claypool) 4.Noteworthy—Ramstein is unscored-upon so far in 2-0 season, both Region II games. Baumholder fell to 1-1, 0-1 in the region.|Region IIIPatch 4, Hohenfels 1(Friday at Hohenfels)Halftime—Patch 4, Hohenfels 1.Goals—Patch: Amelia McConnell, Hayley Faruqui, Nelly Loney, Kaitlyn Sweeney; Hohenfels: Unavailable.Assists—Patch: Emma Murray, Caroline Rivera, Elysia Zerones, Sarah Reynolds; Hohenfels: None reported.Saves—Patch (Ellie Welton) 3; Hohenfels unavailable.JV—Patch 5, Hohenfels 3.Patch 5, Vilseck 0(Saturday at Vilseck)Halftime—1-1.Goals—Loney, Murray, Rivera, Heidi Heber, Rachel Masset.Assists—Loney, Rivera.Saves—Patch (Welton 2, Emma Pauken 2) 4; Vilseck (Stephanie Powers) 16.Noteworthy—Patch is 3-0 overall; 2-0 in region. Vilseck is 0-1-1 overall, 0-1-0 in region.Region IVVicenza 2, Naples 1(Saturday at Naples)Halftime—1-1.Goals—Vicenza: Rima Gaspilini, Tatiana Miranda; Naples: Demi Holbrook.Assists—None reported.Saves—Vicenza (First half unavailable; Gaspilini) 6; Naples (Aleksandra Stasiak 4, Bethany White 2) 6.Noteworthy—Winning Goal came on direct free kick in final minute. Vicenza is 2-1 going into spring break.Aviano 4, Sigonella 2(Saturday at Sigonella)Halftime—Sigonella 2, Aviano 1.Goals—Aviano: Chelsey Bayne 2, Sarah Craver, Thalia Vergara; Sigonella: Adrienne Moore, McKenzie Jacks.Assists—Aviano: None reported; Sigonella: Kendra Coates, Christel Custodio.Saves—Aviano (Emily Cartwright 4, Sierra Carr 7) 11; Sigonella (Sierra McGivney) 14.Noteworthy—Loss was first of season for Sigonella (2-1), which led 2-0 after 11 minutes.Track and field(Saturday; all race distances in meters)At RamsteinBoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 199, Kaiserslautern 157, Alconbury 80, Baumholder 53.100 meters—1, Jamil McGinnis (Kais) 11.61; 2, D’Andre Bryant (Rams) 11.78; 3, Artrell Davis (Baum) 12.08; 4, Xavier Jackson (Rams) 12.11.200—1, McGinnis, 24.02; 2, Bernard Burwell (Kais) 24.78; 3, LeDerrick Wilson (Rams) 25.14; 4, U.T. Rhaburn (Rams) 25.27.400—1, Jalen Wright (Kais) 55.30; 2, Rhaburn, 55.68; 3, Nate Shirley (Alc) 56.89; 4, Miles Kirts (Rams) 56.90.800—1, Shane Devlin (Alc) 2:11.84; 2, Gustav Meyners (Rams) 2:13.59; Wright, 2:18.56; 4, Thomas Gould (Rams) 2:18.84.1,500—1, Meyners, 4:47.25; 2, T. Gould, 4:47.75; 3, Joseph Gould (Rams) 4:48.87; 4, Lucas Cummin (Rams) 4:49.56.3,000—1, Justin Sestan (Kais) 11:32.50; 2, Jon Lee (Alc) 11:36.10; 3, Roosevelt Boyland (Rams) 11:40.40; 4, Nick Austin (Kais) 12:34.40.110 high hurdles—1, Dimitri Mobley (Rams) 15.52; 2, Trey Darby (Baum) 16.36; 3, Daniel Miller (Rams) 18.68; 4, Deric Newsome (Kais) 20.81.300 intermediate hurdles—1, Mobley, 41.66; 2, Darby, 44.49; 3, Ben McDaniels (Baum) 48.62; 4, Miller, 49.27.4x100 relay—1, Alconbury (Ben Glad, Andrew Luong, Markus Reedy, Shirley) 47.84; 2, Ramstein, 48.01; 3, None; 4, None.4x400 relay—1, Ramstein (Rhaburn, Kirts, Carl Lewenhaupt, Mobley) 3:48.00; 2, Baumholder, 3:57.88; 3, Kaiserslautern, 3:59.12; 4, Ramstein B, 4:14.34.4x800 relay—1, Ramstein (Lewenhaupt, Kirts, Meyners, Cumin) 8:53.24; 2, Kaiserslautern, 9:22.05; 3, Ramstein B, 9:23.24; 4, Ramstein C, 10:24.71.1,600 sprint medley relay—1, Ramstein (Derrick Lewis, Xavier Jackson, Mobley, Lewenhaupt) 4:00.41; 2, Alconbury, 4:10.91; 3, Kaiserslautern, 4:21.15; 4, None.High jump—1, Daniel Miller (Rams) 5 feet, 2 inches; 2, Burwell, 5-0; 3, Dakota Brown (Alc) 5-0; 4, Dijon Duenes (Kais) 5-0.Long jump—1, Davis, 21-11/4; 2, Jackson, 17-8 1/4; 3, Juan Perry (Kais) 17-3; 4, McDaniels, 17-11/2.Triple jump—1, Codey Nygren (Kais) 30-9 3/4; 2, Jared Guerrido (Rams) 29-1; 3, Newsome, 28-6; 4, Joshua Kirk (Kais) 27-7.Shot put—1, Phil Davidson (Kais) 39-7; 2, Burwell, 31-4; 3, Anthony Davis (Rams) 29-6; 4, Stephen Guenther (Rams) 27-5.Discus—Davidson, 117-9; 2, Ian Armour (Alc) 85-5; 3, Chris McDomald (Alc) 81-7; 4, Guenther, 78-4.

GirlsTeam scoring—Kaiserslautern 295, Ramstein 151, Menwith Hill 18, Alconbury 6, Baumholder 3.100 meters—1, Toni Fletcher (Kais) 13.05; 2, Briana Williams (Kais) 13.40; 3, Jumica Brown (Rams) 14.14; 4, Naja Small-Bush (Rams) 14.55.200—1, Shaun-Pri Davis (Kais) 26.78; 2, B. Williams, 29.81; 3, Brown, 29.91; 4, Bria Patnett (Rams) 30.41.400—1, Marche’ Bobbs (Kais) 61.34; 2, S-P Davis, 61.93; 3, Rio Shaune Harris (Kais) 63.40; 4, Symone January (Kais) 70.05.800—1, Harris, 2:33.12; 2, Bobbs, 2:35.93; 3, Amber Core (Kais) 2:45.50; 4, Colleen Davis (Kais) 2:48.59.1,500—1, Ashley Santos (Kais) 5:27.59; 2, Core, 5:30.72; 3, C. Davis, 5:31.06; 4, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 5:43.15.3,000—1, Core, 12:05.12; 2, C. Davis, 12:10.47; 3, Janel Firth (Kais) 12:43.22; 4, Morgan Lawrence (Kais) 12:03.66.100 intermediate hurdles—1, Tatjana Gainey (Kais) 18.30; 2, Julissa Gordon (Rams) 19.05; 3, Shadonna Gordon (Kais) 20.62; 4, Darian Crowley (Rams) 20.71.300 low hurdles—1, Santos, 52.14; 2, Gainey, 52.37; 3, Jeana Masters (Rams) 54.58; 4, Kateri Goldammer (Rams) 60.64.4x100 relay—1, Kaiserslautern (S-P Davis, Hannah McPherson, B. Williams, Fletcher) 53.37; 2, Menwith Hill, 64.68; 3, Alconbury, 65.11; 4, None.4x400 relay—1, Kaiserslautern (S-P Davis, Harris, Santos, Bobbs) 4:21.31; 2, Ramstein, 5:00.12; 43, Ramstein B, 5:25.38; 4, None.4x800 relay—1, Kaiserslautern (C. Davis, Harris, Core, Bobbs) 10:32.93; 2, Ramstein, 11:20.95; 3, Kaiserslautern B, 11:34.24; 4, None.1,600 sprint medley relay—1, Kaiserslautern (B. Williams, Fletcher, Gainey, Santos) 4:47.59; 2, Ramstein, 4:58.59; 3, None; 4, None.High jump—1, Tara Lookabough (Rams) 5 feet, 2 inches; 2, Gainey, 4-8; 3, (tie) Kailey Jaster (Rams) and Alexandria Gagnon (Kais) 3-10.Long jump—1, Fletcher, 12-6; 2, Janice Cunningham (Kais) 12-5 1/4; 3, Tyiler Hargrove (Rams) 11-6 1/4; 4, LaTatiyana Wilson (Kais) 10-111/2.Triple jump—1, Lookabough, 31-9 3/4; 2, J. Gordon, 29-111/4; 3, J. Cunningham, 27-10; 4, None.Shot put—1, Nicole Raczkowski (Rams) 29-2 1/2; 2, J. Cunningham, 25-8; 3, Sanasia Little (MH) 24-6; 4, Emma Anstine (MH) 20-4.Discus—1, Raczkowski, 63-4; 2, Yuli Shober (Rams) 58-0; 3, Gagnon, 56-8; 4, J. Cunningham, 52-7 1/2.

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