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James Chase, a junior from Heidelberg, Germany, returns a shot to Jon Lightner of Patch on Saturday in their Region III match at Heidelberg. Chase defeated Lightner 6-1, 6-1.
James Chase, a junior from Heidelberg, Germany, returns a shot to Jon Lightner of Patch on Saturday in their Region III match at Heidelberg. Chase defeated Lightner 6-1, 6-1. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Cross country(All races covered 5,000 meters and were run Saturday)At NaplesBoysTeam scoring—Naples 16, Sigonella 49, Vicenza incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Ian Eversman (Napl) 17:20; 2, Adam Thomas (Napl) 17:27; 3, Mac Kleven (Napl)18:07; 4, Troy Reeves (Napl) 18:24; 5, Jordan Rettie (Sig) 18:47; 6, David Arreguin (Napl) 19:14; 7, Thomas Nantz (Vicz) 19:15; 6, Thomas Berak (Sig) 19:29; 9, John Fain (Napl) 20:10; 10, Zack Dickens (Vicz) 20:41GirlsTeam scoring—Naples 19, Vicenza 53, Sigonella incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Shannon Cuthbert (Napl) 21:16; 2, Sarah Heryford (Vicz) 22:19; 3, Haylea Witz (Napl)22:37; 4, Katie Chartier (Napl) 23:13; 5, Shannon Marshall (Napl) 24:12; 6, Taylor Person (Napl) 24:43; 7, Ashley Bowe (Napl) 24:52; 8, Aryn Jcade (Vicz) 25:03; 9, Katie Waller (Napl) 25:25; 10, Taylor Reardon (Napl) 25:34At AvianoBoysTeam scoring—Aviano 15, Marymount International School of Rome and International School of Florence were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:26 (Course record; new course); 2, Zach Garcia (ISF) 18:52; 3, Matt James (Avi) 19:14; 4, Steven Heath (Avi) 19:19; 5, Zach Erskine (Avi) 19:20; 6, Myles Winright (Avi) 19:24; 7, Jacob Coakwell (Avi) 19:42; 8, Gualtiero Uslenghi (Mmt) 19:48; 9, Josh Smith (Avi) 20:12; 10, Giorgio DeGiuseppe 20:33GirlsTeam scoring—Aviano 19, Marymount International School of Rome 37, International School of Florence incompleteIndividual leaders—1, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:23 (Course record; new course); 2, Caroline Wiley (Mmt) 22:36; 3, Adrienne Bryant (Avi) 23:16; 4, Taylor Roundtree (Avi) 24:25; 5, Samantha Katz (Avi) 25:48; 6, Brighton Reyes (Avi) 25:52; 7, Benedetta Davico (Mmt) 25:54; 8, Flaminia Buda (Mmt) 26:10; 9, Maggie Blasetti (Mmt) 28:00; 10, Noreen McLaughlin (Avi) 28:05At KaiserslauternBoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 26, Kaiserslautern 45, Baumholder 56, St. John’s International School of Brussels 95, AFNORTH 96Individual leaders—1, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 17:28 (Course record; new course); 2, Lawrence Vandervoort (StJ) 17:56; 3, Joe Gould (Rams) 18:01; 4, Miles Kirts (Rams) 18:08; 5, Sigi Adriano (Baum) 18:09; 6, Tom Gould (Rams) 18:26; 7, Matt Harvey (Kais) 18:34; 8, Austin Peterson (Kais) 18:39; 9, Jalen Wright (kais) 18:48; 10, Barry Metheney (Kais) 18:49GirlsTeam scoring—Kaiserslautern 22, St. John’s International School of Brussels 49, Ramstein 59, Baumholder 94, AFNORTH 112Individual leaders—1, Amber Core (Kais) 20:43 (Course record; new course); 2, Colleen Davis (Kais) 20:44; 3, Laura Welch (Rams) 20:48; 4, Emily Ciocca 21:32; 5, Felicia Gonzalez (Rams) 21:39; 6, Maxine Grohol (StJ) 21:54; 7, Morgan Lawrence (Kais) 22:02; 8, Janel Firth (Kais) 22:05; 9, Jessica Renshaw (StJ) 22:28; 10, Hillary Lynde (StJ) 22:42At HeidelbergBoysTeam scoring—Heidelberg 43, Frankfurt International School 52, Mannheim 59, Ansbach 67Individual leaders—1, Alex Cornelius (Mann17:32; 2, Jaron Henninger (FIS) 17:40; 3, Adam Cornelius (Mann) 19:05; 4, Aidan Farrell (Ansb) 19:08; 5, Konstantine Sieler (FIS) 19:33; 6, Brendan Teall (Ansb) 19:41; 7, Andrew Bean (Heid) 19:43.46; 8, Grant Fabian (FIS) 19:43.81; 9, Brian Hannum (Heid) 19:44.24; 10, Mitchell Catron (FIS) 19:44.51GirlsTeam scoring—Heidelberg 21, Frankfurt International School 40. Ansbach and Mannheim were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 20:51; 2, Natalie Pecoraro (FIS) 21:07; 3, Maggie Cutler (Heid) 21:32; 4, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 21:46; 5, Priya Kannan (FIS) 22:17; 6, Kerry O’Brien (Heid) 22:29; 7, Stephanie Barlow (Heid) 22:36; 8, Annie Von Seggern (Heid) 23:06; 9, Daniell La Fleur (Mann) 24:21; 10, Celina Frye (Heid) 24:58At Menwith HillBoysTeam scoring—SHAPE 38, Brussels 41, Alconbury 66, Menwith Hill 110Individual leaders—1, Ben Bigelow (Brus) 17:36; 2, Shane Devlin (Alc) 17:49; 3, Curtis Engle (SHP) 18:02; 4, Tim Barry (Brus) 18:13; 5, Scott Labelle (Brus) 18:30; 6, David Westland (Brus) 18:54; 7, Juan Castaneda (SHP) 19:11; 8, Alvaro Sanchez (SHP) 19:14; 9, Adam Inch (SHP) 19:25; 10, Ernestas Tyminas (Alc) 19:50GirlsTeam scoring—SHAPE 15. Alconbury, Brussela and Menwith Hill were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Julia Mendenhall (SHP) 22:33; 2, Ankdrea Dargie (SHP) 22:58; 3, Heidi Northshield (SHP) 23:05; 4, Emily Tedesco (Brus) 23:07; 5, Megan Campany (SHP) 23:06; 6, Kirsten Campany (SHP) 23:13; 7, Courtney Pfalzer (Brus) 24:15; 8, Jessica Vahrenhorst (Brus) 26:40; 9, Meghan Quigley (SHP) 26:48; 10, Valerie Chkause (Brus) 26:50Tennis(All matches played Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Individual forfeits not listed, but included in Team scoring. Time permitting, No. 1 singles and doubles play best-of-3 sets; all others are single 8-game pro sets. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses.)Brussels at Alconbury(Friday and Saturday)Brussels Boys 6, Alconbury 3Ryan Bottesini (Brus) def. Peter Rydzynski 6-2, 6-3; Tristan Fitch (Brus) def. Ian Armour 8-4; Yri Stanton (Brus) def. Ronnie Behr 8-5; Paul Westland (Brus) def. Matthew Thrasher 9-7; Joel Fourhman (Alc) def. Stephen Vitarbo 8-6; Stanton and Fitch def. Armour and Behr 6-4, 6-1; Westland and Bottesini def. Rydzynski and Thrasher 8-2Alconbury Girls 9, Brussels 0Mandy Hand def. Alexandra McVicker 6-4, 6-3; Ashley Hand def. Lauren Finley 9-8 (7-3); Rhiannon Crump def. Jennifer Alonso 8-5; Katherine Glad def. Veronica Fox 8-2; Kyra Schultz def. Patricia Rudy 8-0; Kelli Braun def. Krysten Failing 8-2; A. Hand and Taylor Malcolm def. McVicker and Finley 6-2, 4-6, 6-4; M. Hand and Crump def. Alonso and Fox 8-0; Braun and Malina Dana def. Rudy and Failing 8-2Lakenheath at ISBInternational School of Brussels Boys 9, Lakenheath 0Gerard Salvador def. Danny Burroughs 6-3, 6-2; Brady Covington def. Tyler Poppenwimer 8-1; Shota Shindo def. Trae Tall 8-3; Miguel Vega def. Layton Little 8-1; Shotaro Shobu def. Andrew Cates 8-5; Javier Vega def. Stewart Davis 8-5; Covington and Shindo def. Burroughs and Poppenwimer 6-2, 6-0; Salvador and Vega def. Tall and Cates 8-3; Shobu and Asgiev Hallgrimson def. Ben Chatburn and J.D. Green 8-3ISB Girls 8, Lakenheath 1 Tamara Casteels (ISB) def. Meghan Bateman 6-1, 6-0; Ciara Ryan (Lake) def. Ana Torrijos 9-8 (7-4); Alessandra Lochen (ISB) def. Gaby Gargis 8-3; Blandine Pairet (ISB) def. Kayla Shouey 8-4; Mio Asaine (ISB) def. Samantha Serd 8-1; Rachel Cogny (ISB) def. Rebekah Gamble 8-6; Torrijos and Lochen def. Ryan and Gargis 7-5, 6-4; Casteels and Pairet def. Gamble and Shouey 8-3; Cogny and Asaine def. Lia Caverly and Meagan Adams 8-1Milan at Aviano(Team scoringunavailable)Boys—Gianni DeGiuseppe (Mil) def. Robert Lee 6-1, 7-6 (tiebreaker unavailable)Girls—Ginevira Bolla (Mil) def. Dilobar Bakhlrieva 6-1, 6-1; Yuki Saski and Gopika Namiar (Mil) def. Brooks Brandley and Gabrielle Colon 3-6, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable) 6-0Incirlik at AnkaraAnkara Boys 3, Incirlik 1Erekle Koplatadze (Ank) def. James Inaldo 2-6, 6-1, 7-5; Tornike Koplatadze (Ank) def. Nate Eaddie 4-6, 6-4, 6-4; Cody Prichard and Hayden Morris (Inc) def. Vincent Walker and Benjamin Ramirez 6-1, 6-3Incirlik Girls 2, Ankara Girls 2All matches were forfeitsRamstein at WiesbadenRamstein Boys 9, Wiesbaden 0Clary Marquardt def. Evin Alarilla 6-1, 4-6, 6-2; Aryan Von Eiken def. Arman Alarilla 8-1; Daniel Scott def. Jeffrey Holt 8-5; Daniel Langholz def. Mario DeLaGuardia 9-8 (9-7); Josh Wakeam def. Coream Richardson 8-0; Forrest Kamperman def. Garret Vallade 8-0; Langholz and Seth Marquardt def. A. Alarilla and Holt 6-2, 6-4; Von Eiken and Scott def. E. Alarilla and DeLaGuardia 8-4; Wakeam and Kamperman def. Richardson and Vincent Matsayko 8-0Ramstein Girls 9, Wiesbaden 0Lindsey Jones def. Jill Fredrickson 6-0, 6-0; Olivia Rockwell def. Sarah Kempner-Strehlow 8-0; Rachel Smith def. Rebecca Borner 8-4; Blair Arbuckle def. Kelsey Smith 8-1; Katie Snell def. Ashley Charles 8-1; Michaela Corral def. Taylor Dore 8-5; Rockwell and Meagan Augsberger def. Kempner-Strehlow and Borner 6-0, 6-0; Snell and Smith def. Fredrickson and Dore 8-0; Corral and Arbuckle def. Smith and Apryl Jackson 8-0Bitburg at KaiserslauternBitburg Boys 8, Kaiserslautern 1Tyler Jakobs (Bitb) def. Erik Langholz 6-1, 6-0; Tim Liebig (Bitb) def. Chris Jastrab 8-1; Erik Liebig (Bitb) def. Patrick Tremaglio 8-0; Greg Combass (Bitb) def. Eli Crouch 8-1; Christian Randolph (Kais) def. Aaron Sta. Agueda 8-5; Sven Livingston (Bitb) def. Forest Andersen 8-1; Liebig and Liebig def. Jastrab and Tremaglio 6-1, 6-1; Combass and Sta. Agueda def. Langholz and Randolph 8-2; (first name unavailable) Goetz and Devin Shirley (Bitb) def. Crouch and Andersen 8-0Kaiserslautern Girls 5, Bitburg 4Kaitlyn Miller (Bitb) def. Mehgan Eaker 6-2, 6-1; Zoe Whitney (Bitb) def. Meghan Abbott 8-1; Mekinna Rahn (Kais) def. Kelsey Downer 8-4; Rebekkah Bingham (Kais) def. Regan Thompson 8-6; Leah Helms (Bitb) def. Kelsey Dowling 8-3; Jo Carlisle (Bitb) def. Hannah Schenk 8-6; Abbott and Rahn def. Whitney and Downer 6-0, 6-3; Eaker and Bingham def. Miller and Thompson 9-8 (7-3); Schenk and Dowling def. Helms and Carlisle 8-5Mannheim at BaumholderMannheim Boys 7, Baumholder 0Alex Kovacic def. Van Phillips 6-1, 6-3; Justin McCarrol def. Victor Silva 8-1; Scott O’Donnell and Sam Nevinger def. Phillips and Silva 6-1Mannheim Girls 7, Baumholder 2Rachael Nevinger (Mann) def. Kendra Cameron 7-5, 6-3; Amber Veranen (Mann) def. Grecia Maldonaldo 8-4; Rachel Money (Baum) def. Ashley Southworth 3-2 (retired); Rebecca Lee (Baum) def. Elenz Alvarez 6-4; Kristine Hess (Mann) def. Angelica Pabon 8-0; Nicole Johnson (Mann) def. Maya Hale 10-8; Nevinger and Veranen def. Money and Lee 6-0, 6-0; Alvarez and Hess def. Maldonaldo and Pabon 8-4; Tiffany Modica and Leslie Pavy (Mann) def. Hale and Kelly Rene 8-0Patch at HeidelbergHeidelberg Boys 6, Patch 3James Chase (Heid) def. Jon Lightner 6-1, 6-1; Darien Ward (Heid) def. Josh Lightner 8-6; Jack Kolodziejski (Heid) def. Charlie Schoonover 9-7; Ian Connors (Heid) Justin McManus 9-7; Westlee Parker (Pat) def. Ryan Gill 8-4; Nick Pugh (Pat) def. Darren St. John 8-5; Kolodziejski and Ward def. Schoonover and Parker 6-3, 6-1; Chase and Connors def. Lightner and Lightner 8-6; Pugh and McManus def. Gill and St. John 8-3Heidelberg Girls 6, Patch 3Andrea Wheatcroft (Heid) def. Holly Martin (Pat) 6-0, 6-2; Krista Bye-Nagel (Heid) def. Donna Smales 8-3; Sara Reymonds (Pat) def. Laura Jackson 8-3; Gieselle Wagstaff (Pat) def. Kastillia Burrell 9-8 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Mairin Haley (Heid) def. Aaren Wallsworth 8-3; Rebecca Steil (Heid) def. Mallory Flynn 8-6; Smales and Reymonds def. Bye-Nagel and Jackson 6-4, 6-4; Wheatcroft and Jackson def. Martin and Wagstaff 8-5; Burrell and Steil def. Molly Kisner and Flynn 8-2Volleyball(All matches played Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Varsities play rally-point best-of-5 matches; JVs rally-point best-of-3)BoysAt NaplesVicenza def. Sigonella 25-10, 25-10, 25-21Naples def. Vicenza 25-21, 18-25, 25-18, 21-25, 15-12Noteworthy—Abramm Campbell made 8 kills for Naples, which got 5 kills each from Regan Campbell and Zack Zimmerman. Adrian Kabonick made 6 kills, Mike Weston 5 and Troy Young and Marcos Maia 3 each for Vicenza.GirlsAt NaplesSigonella def. Naples 25-22, 25-14, 25-22.Noteworthy—Rae Burgess put away 6 kills for Sigonella. Tracy Ewert and Emily Cartwright collected 5 kills each for Sigonella. Ewert served 3 aces.Naples def. Vicenza 25-17, 25-11, 9-25, 21-25, 15-7Noteworthy—Jenny Horadan posted 10 assists and 4 aces for Naples, which got 10 kills from Bridie Condon, 7 kills each from Marki Riccio, Sammi Dozier and Jariah Fulson and 5 kills and 8 blocks from Rachel Richardson.At AvianoMarymount International School of Rome def. International School of Florence 22-25, 25-19, 25-9, 25-18Marymount def. Aviano 25-11, 25-19, 25-21Aviano def. Florence 25-11, 25-10, 25-23Noteworthy—Jasmine Mailoto slammed down 15 kills for Aviano.At BambergBamberg def. Hohenfels 22-25, 22-25, 25-17, 25-13, 20-18Patch def. Ansbach 25-14, 25-4, 25-17Patch def. Hohenfels 25-9, 25-15, 25-19Bamberg def. Ansbach 25-8, 25-12, 25-18Noteworthy—For Patch’s two matches, Abby McConnell totaled 19 assists, 12 kills and 8 aces. Patch got a total of 10 assists from Miranda Garst, 14 kills and 5 assists from Ashley Benson, and 4 kills and 2 blocks from Claralyn Burt. Hannah Huber made 6 kills against Hohenfels.For Bamberg, Raquel Davis totaled 17 kills, 4 blocks and 7 aces; Madison Thornes accumulated 8 kills, 2 aces and a block; and Jenna Cepe posted a total of 8 assists, 6 aces and a kill.At WiesbadenMannheim def. Baumholder 25-18, 25-14, 25-17Noteworthy—Takiara Fowkles made 5 kills for Mannheim, which got 2 aces and 3 blocks from Briyuana Melton.Wiesbaden def. Mannheim 25-7, 25-13, 25-10Wiesbaden def. Baumholder 25-8, 23-25, 28-26, 25-19Noteworthy—For Wiesbaden, LeAmber Thomas totaled 17 aces and 20 kills in the two victories. Against Mannheim, Wiesbaden’s LeAndra Thomas posted 6 aces and 3 kills, and her teammate Wanda Jerry handed out 14 assists, along with 2 aces and a kill. Against Baumholder, Ashley Smith put away 15 kills and made a block for Wiesbaden, which got 8 aces, 4 kills and 3 assists in the match from Darian Sealey.At HeidelbergVilseck def. Heidelberg 26-24, 10-25, 25-22, 25-21Noteworthy—Najja Beaulieu-Haines posted 16 kills, 3 aces and Anna Muzzy 14 kills and 4 aces for Vilseck. Allison Gunch, with 7 blocks, 3 kills and 2 aces, and Aneli Whitford, with 7 kills, led Heidelberg.Vilseck def. Black Forest Academy 25-14, 16-25, 25-16, 13-25, 15-12Noteworthy—Muzzy put away 23 kills and Beaulieu 9 as the Falcons handed BFA its first defeat of the season. Perennial D-II power BFA got 17 assists from Rachel Arndt, 15 digs from Stephanie Freih and 6 kills from Anne Stephan.Heidelberg def. Black Forest Academy 25-20, 25-17, 25-18Noteworthy—Morgan Lacy served 7 aces for Heidelberg. Arndt handed out 17 assists for BFA, which got 7 kills from Stephan, 6 from Debbie Fowler and 5 from Mandy Lindberg.Heidelberg JV def. Vilseck JV 25-22, 23-25, 15-12Vilseck JV def. BFA JV 25-17, 13-25, 15-1,Heidelberg JV def. BFA JV 25-21At KaiserslauternBitburg def. Kaiserslautern 25-20, 8-25, 18-25, 25-17, 15-6Noteworthy—For Bitburg, Jayde Robbins chalked up 5 kills and a block; Lizzie Rios made 6 kills and 5 digs 1 assist, Emily Kroloff handed out 12 asssists and Dalasha Bizzell made 4 blocks. K-town got 5 aces from Erica Turner and 5 kills from Katarina Jastrab.Frankfurt International School def. Kaiserslautern 25-19, 25-19, 26-24Ramstein def. Bitburg 25-17, 25-16, 25-19Noteworthy—For unbeaten Ramstein, Charnel Austin had 9 kills, 10 assists; Mackenzie Bannister: 6 kills, 9 assists, 3 aces and 13-of-14 serving; Chantel Barfield made 3 blocks. Bitburg’s Robbins posted 4 kills, 2 blocks, 3 digs; Kroloff made 12 asssists.Ramstein def. FIS: 25-15, 25-9, 25-16Noteworthy—Austin registered 8 kills, 11 assists and 13-of-14 serves with 5 aces; Bannister totaled 6 kills, 11 assists, and 4 aces among 15-of-18 serves; Nadia Booker put away 5 kills, and Lauren Maza was 22-of-22 serving with 2 aces.

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