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Dan Parker of Wiesbaden heads down the home stretch of the boys' cross country race at Ramstein-Miesenbach on Friday evening. He won the race in 16:36.28, ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Amrine and Carl Lewenhaupt.
Dan Parker of Wiesbaden heads down the home stretch of the boys' cross country race at Ramstein-Miesenbach on Friday evening. He won the race in 16:36.28, ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Amrine and Carl Lewenhaupt. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Dan Parker of Wiesbaden heads down the home stretch of the boys' cross country race at Ramstein-Miesenbach on Friday evening. He won the race in 16:36.28, ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Amrine and Carl Lewenhaupt.
Dan Parker of Wiesbaden heads down the home stretch of the boys' cross country race at Ramstein-Miesenbach on Friday evening. He won the race in 16:36.28, ahead of Ramstein's Thomas Amrine and Carl Lewenhaupt. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Ramstein's Elizabeth Doe on her way to winning the girls' cross country race in Ramstein-Miesenbach Friday evening. She won the race in 19:43.35, ahead of teammate Laura Welch and Kaiserslautern's Colleen Davis, seen in the background at right.
Ramstein's Elizabeth Doe on her way to winning the girls' cross country race in Ramstein-Miesenbach Friday evening. She won the race in 19:43.35, ahead of teammate Laura Welch and Kaiserslautern's Colleen Davis, seen in the background at right. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Baumholder's Brandi Burkley, left, bumps the ball in front of teammate Christy Williams, as Wiesbaden's Ashley Smith, center, keeps her eyes on the ball. Wiesbaden won the match in Ramstein on Saturday 25-19, 25-22, 25-16.
Baumholder's Brandi Burkley, left, bumps the ball in front of teammate Christy Williams, as Wiesbaden's Ashley Smith, center, keeps her eyes on the ball. Wiesbaden won the match in Ramstein on Saturday 25-19, 25-22, 25-16. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Ramstein's Nadia Booker, right, slaps the ball over the net, as Wiesbaden's Catherine Jerez tries to block. Ramstein won the match 25-12, 25-14, 25-13 at home on Saturday.
Ramstein's Nadia Booker, right, slaps the ball over the net, as Wiesbaden's Catherine Jerez tries to block. Ramstein won the match 25-12, 25-14, 25-13 at home on Saturday. (Michael Abrams / S&S)

GolfThursday. Scoring is modified Stableford, awarding 1 point for double bogey, 2 for bogey, 3 for par, 4 for birdie and 6 for eagle or ace. Team scoring is combined Stableford points for top 4 boys and at least 2 girls.

At BaumholderBoysTeam scoring—Kaiserslautern 129, SHAPE 105, Baumholder 73, Wiesbaden 46, Bitburg 45.Individual leaders—1, Mackenzie Bradley (Kais) 40; 2, Stephen Lewis (Kais) 36; Michael Cossaboom (Kais) 35; 4, Michael Williams (Kais) 32; 5, Jonathan Jones (Baum) 31.GirlsTeams scoring—Wiesbaden 50, Kaiserslautern 27. Baumholder and SHAPE were incomplete.Individual leaders—Hollie Salvo (Wies) 35; 2, Vikki Levitt (Kais) 17; 3, Alex Forzato (Kais) 10; 4, Jameelah Robinson (Wies) 9.Noteworthy—Bradley and Jones carded one birdie each.

Cross countryAll races covered 5,000 meters and were run Saturday unless otherwise indicated.

At Ramstein(Friday)BoysTeam scoring—Ramstein 24, Wiesbaden 35, Kaiserslautern 78, Baumholder 102.Individual leaders—1, Dan Parker (Wies) 16:37 (Course record. Old record 17:31 by Dillon Wadsack, Ramstein, Sept. 19, 2009) ; 2, Thomas Amrine (Rams) 16:53; 3, Carl Lewenhaupt (Rams) 17:00; 4, Dillon Wadsack (Rams) 17:18; 5, Ryan Fisico (Wies) 17:27; 6, David Reynolds (Wies) 17:44; 7, Tom Gould (Rams) 17:49; 8, Miles Kirts (Rams) 17:55; 9, Joe Gould (Rams) 17:57; 10, Zach Winne (Wies) 18:13.GirlsTeam scoring—Ramstein 28, Kaiserslautern 41, Wiesbaden 53, Baumholder incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Elizabeth Doe (Rams) 19:44 (Course record. Old record 20:12 by Doe, Sept. 19, 2009); 2, Laura Welch (Rams) 19:58; 3, Colleen Davis (Kais) 20:04; 4, Felicia Gonzalez (Rams) 20:43; 5, Amber Core (Kais) 20:48; 6, Emily Ciocca (Kais) 21:19; 7, Meghan Smith (Wies) 21:27; 8, Tallie Elbert (Rams) 21:28; 9, Celina Ponte (Wies) 21:55; 10, Janel Firth (Kais) 21:59.

At LakenheathBoysTeam scoring—American Community School-Cobham 27, Alconbury 76, Lakenheath 89, Rota 116, Menwith Hill incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Archie Robertson (Lake) 16:59; 2, Chris Cobham (Cob) 17:47; 3, Matt Hammarstrom (Cob) 17:53; 4, Shane Devlin (Alc) 18:01; 5, Austin Vogel (Cob) 18:26; 6, Patrick Johnson (Lake) 18:31; 7, Ernestas Tyminas (Alc) 18:46; 8, Brendan Minor (Cob) 18:48; 9, Lukas Parker (Cob) 18:48; 10, Michael Taylor (Cob) 19:22.GirlsTeam scoring—American Community School-Cobham 23, Lakenheath 39. Alconbury Menwith Hill and Rota were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Fiona McCarten (Cob) 22:06; 2, Amber Buckingham (Lake) 22:32; 3, Laura Brannon (Lake) 22:50; 4, Ciara Franck (Cob) 23:31; 5, Emma Montgomery (Cob) 23:38; 6, Lara Cochran (Cob) 23:47; 7, Claire Hillgren (Cob) 23:49; 8, Kelly Hillgren (Cob) 23:55; 9, Natasha Johnson (Lake) 24:37; 10, Tori O’Malley (Cob) 24:42.

At SHAPEBoysTeam scoring—International School of Brussels 20, SHAPE 43, St. John’s International School of Brussels 88, AFNORTH 96. Bitburg and Brussels were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Baudoin Fort (ISB) 16:32; 2, Ben Bigelow (Brus) 17:26; 3, Harry Cross (ISB) 17:52; 4, Tim Barry (Brus) 17:55; 5, Curtis Engel (SHP) 18:22; 6, Louis-Etienne Couture (ISB) 18:32; 7, Juan Casteneda (SHP) 18:35; 8, Matthew Tucker (ISB) 18:49; 9, Dimitri Tucker (ISB) 18:53; 10, Dylan Cassel (ISB) 18:57.GirlsTeam scoring—SHAPE 32, St. John’s International School of Brussels 44, International School of Brussels 59, AFNORTH 96. Bitburg and Brussels were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Julia Mendenhall (SHP) 20:53; 2, Gabriella Overeem (ISB) 22:53; 3, Yukio Sakuma (ISB) 22:25; 4, Jessica Renshaw (StJ) 22:39; 5, Carmen Prado (StJ) 23:02; 6, Mackenzie Lowery (StJ) 23:06; 7, Heidi Northshield (SHP) 23:34; 8, Ebba Mattson (StJ) 23:40; 9, Kristen Campany (SHP) 23:47; 10, Andrea Dargie (SHP) 23:50.

At VilseckBoysTeam scoring—Patch 20, Vilseck 49, Heidelberg 66. Hohenfels and Munich International School were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Zane Kennedy (Vils) 17:23 (Course record. Old record 18:53, by Kennedy, Sept. 19, 2009); 2, Brandon Krytzer (Pat) 18:05; 3, Cole Garraghty (Pat) 18:07; 4, Zach Decker (Pat) 18:26; 5, Brandon Lockridge (Pat)18:33; 6, James Martin (Pat) 18:38; 7, Sage Thornbrugh (Vils) 18:44; 8, Alex Dinikiewicz (MIS) 18:51; 9, Rory Sweeney (Pat) 18:52; 10, Joshua Taylor (Pat) 18:58.GirlsTeam scoring—Heidelberg 22, Patch 35, Vilseck 69, Hohenfels and Munich International School were incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Ania Denikiewicz (MIS) 20:33; 2, Olivia Darrow (Heid) 20:41; 3, Lindsey Duckworth (Heid) 22:08; 4, Stephanie Barlow (Heid) 22:19; 5, Anne Von Seggern (Heid) 22:44; 6, Kylie Springer (Pat) 23:11; 7, April Peterson (Pat) 23:16; 8, Amelia McConnell (Pat) 23:34; 9, Hayley Faruqui (Pat) 23:40; 10, Alexis Harrison (Pat) 23:45.

At BambergBoysTeam scoring—Unavailable.Individual leaders—1, Alex Cornelius (Mannheim) 17:12; 2, Aidan Farrell (Ansbach) 18:46; 3, Adam Cornelius (Mann) 19:07; 4, Brendan Teall (Ansb); 5, Doug Erickson (Ansb) 20:35; 6, Scott Floyd (Mann) 21:32; 7, Kendrick McIntyre (Bamb) 21:56; 8, James Bransen (Ansb) 22:35; 9, Chris Guambana (Bamb) 22:33; 10, Channing Shepard (Ansb) 23:27.GirlsTeam scoring—Unavailable.Individual leaders—1, Sydney Schneider (Bamberg) 22:06; 2, Daniell LaFleur (Mannheim) 24:00; 3, Laura Pleake (Ansbach) 26:15; 4, Rochelle Streker (Bamb) 27:14.

At AvianoBoysTeam scoring—Aviano 15, Milan 50.Individual leaders—1, Sean Wilson (Avi) 17:14; 2, Steven Heath (Avi) 19:39; 3, Jacob Coakwell (Avi) 19:44; 4, Anson Stuart (Avi) 19:51; 5, Matt James (Avi) 20:02; 6, Shunsuke Katayama (Mil) 20:14; 7, Josh Smith (Avi) 21:03; 8, Max Regan (Mil) 21:21; 9, Alex Patino (Avi) 21:31; 10, Josh Stevens (Avi) 22:34.GirlsTeam scoring—Aviano 15, Milan incomplete.Individual leaders—1, Madeline O’Brien (Avi) 22:51; 2, Adriennne Bryant (Avi) 24:34; 3, Taylor Roundtree (Avi) 25:09; 4, Jasmine Haynes (Avi) 26:16; 5, Julia DiGaetano (Avi) 26:34; 6, Brighton Reyes (Avi) 26:37; 7, Dawon Yeo (Mil) 27:18; 8, Katie Loftus (Avi) 31:12.

At VicenzaBoysTeam scoring—Marymount International School of Rome 25, Vicenza 30.Individual leaders—1, Tyler Holderby (Vicz)18:25; 2, Gualtiero Uslenghi (Mmt) 18:50; 3, Nathanael Dejene (Mmt) 19:21; 4, Yoshua Diaz (Mmt) 19:22; 5, Thomas Nantz (Vicz) 19:32; 6, Giorgio Fabio De Giuseppe (Mmt) 20:23; 7, Zach Dickens (Vicz) 21:10; 8, Michael de Oliveria (Vicz) 21:18; 9, Kyle Wood (Vicz) 22:48; 10, Asad Al-Harthy (Mmt).GirlsTeam scoring—Marymount International School of Rome 25, Vicenza 30.Individual leaders—1, Caroline Wiley (Mmt) 22:26; 2, Sarah Heryford (Vicz) 22:30; 3, Benedetta Davico (Mmt 25:11; 4, Aryn J. Cade (Vicz) 25:52; 5, Emily Trombetta (Mmt) 26:02; 6, Bizzy Buffington (Vicz) 26:30; 7, Carol Tojeiro (Mmt)26:48; 8, Maya Swinehart (Vicz) 27:06; 9, Lucia Yoo (Mmt) 28:23; 10, Halley Gilleran (Vicz) 29:14.

TennisAll 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 single 8-game pro sets. Tiebreaker scores in parentheses.

At PatchPatch boys 5, Bamberg 0John Lightner def. Andy Kim 8-2; Josh Lightner def. Miguel Guevarra 8-6; Charlie Schoonover def. Kaleb Stevenson 4-0; Nick Pugh def. T.J. DiFiore 8-2; Schoonover and Westlee Parker def. Guevarra and Difiore 8-2.Patch girls 6, Bamberg 0Holly Martin def. Charlotte Woods 8-5; Donna Smales and Sara Reynolds def. Woods and Lauren Sink 9-7; Martin and Gieselle Wagstaff def. Oumou Kaba and Briana Plata 8-3.Noteworthy—Patch boys remained undefeated in singles and doubles for season; Patch girls’ doubles teams also are undefeated.

Brussels at SHAPESHAPE boys 7, Brussels 2Nikolay Gospodinov (SHP) def. Ryan Bottesisi 6-1, 6-2; Andrei Mavris (SHP) def. Tristan Fitch 8-0; Juan dela Torre (SHP) def. Yuri Stanton 8-3; Paul Westland (Brus) def. Tomislav Loborec 8-3; Stephen Vetarbo (Brus) def. Koda August 8-4; Mavris and dela Torre def. Bottesini and Fitch 7-5, 6-3; Gospodinov and Loborec def. Stanton and Westland 8-2.SHAPE girls 8, Brussels 1Svenja Jansen (SHP) def. Alexandra McVicker 6-1, 6-1; Panna Balla (SHP) def. Jennfier Alonso 8-0; Ellen Campany (SHP) def. Lauren Finley 9-7; Selena Suparman (SHP) def. Veronica Fox 8-1; Natalia Gackova (SHP) def. Patricia Rudy 8-0; Alexa Erdogan (SHP) def. Krystan Failing 8-1; McVicker and Finley def. Campany and Balla 6-2, 4-6, 6-1; Suparman and Gackova def. Alonso and Fix 8-2; Serina Somaratna and Jansen def. Rudy and Failing 8-0.

AFNORTH at LakenheathLakenheath boys 8, AFNORTH 1Danny Burroughs (Lake) def. Westin McKinney 7-5, 6-0; Layton Little (Lake) def. Nicolai Dybvad 8-5; Trae Tall (Lake) def. Eric Childs 8-3; Joey Beach (Lake) def. Markus Samuelsen 8-0; Tyler Poppenwimer and Andrew Cates (Lake) def. McKinney and Dybdvad 6-3, 6-3; Childs and Samuelsen def. Ben Chatburn and Greg Winkler 8-3.AFNORTH girls 8, Lakenheath 1Elie Katzenson (AFN) def. Meghan Bateman 6-0, 6-1; Stephanie Seitz (AFN) def. Ciara Ryan 8-6; Taylor BonenClark (AFN) Gaby Gargis 8-5; Kaley Harless (AFN) def. Kayla Shouey 8-2; Emily Jensen (AFN) def. Samantha Serd 8-2; Natalia Busuttil def. Meagan Adams 8-2; Ryan and Gargis def. Seitz and BonenClark 5-7, 6-2, 6-4; Katzenson and Harless def. Rebekah Gamble and Erica Ripley 8-1; Jensen and Busuttil def. Lia Caverly and Kathleen Keenan 8-2.

Wiesbaden at BitburgBitburg boys 8, Wiesbaden 1Tyler Jakobs (Bitb) def. Evin Alarilla 6-1, 6-3; Tim Liebig (Bitb) def. Arman Alarilla 8-2; Erik Liebig (Bitb) def. Jeff Holt 8-4; John McCrea (Bitb) def. Mario De La Guardia 8-2; Greg Combass (Bitb) def. Coream Richardson 8-2; Devin Shirley (Bitb) def. Alfred Johnson 8-0; A.Alarilla and Holt def. Liebig and Liebig 6-4, 6-4; Jakobs and McCrea def. E. Alarilla and DeLa Guardia 9-8 (7-4); Shirley and Combass def. Richardson and Johnson 8-1.Wiesbaden girls 5, Bitburg 4Kaitlyn Miller (Bitb) def. Sarah Kempner-Strehlow 6-0, 6-1; Jill Fredrickson (Wies) def. Leah Helms 8-4; Kelsey Smith (Wies) def. Zoe Whitney 8-6; Ashley Charles (Wies) def. Kelsey Downer 8-0; Zhakia Bynum (Wies) def. Regan Thompson 8-3; Jo Carlisle (Bitb) def. Apryl Jackson 8-2; Kempner-Strehlow and Fredrickson def. Whitney and Helms 8-5; Miller and Downer def. Smith and Charles 8-1; Thompson and Carlisle def. Bynum and Jackson 9-8 (7-5).

Milan at AvianoMilan boys 2, Aviano 1Joshua Campbell (Avi) def. Alessandro di Gaeta 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable), 7-5; Alessandro Tanzi (Mil) def. Benjamin Rozick 8-6; Giovanni Scuri and Marwin Higgy (Mil) def. Robert Lee and Matthew O’Brien 6-2, 6-2.Milan girls 3, Aviano 0Elena Churilova def. Dilobar Bakhlrieva 6-3, 6-3; Isabella Antollini def. Valaria Velasquez 8-5; Arianna Freschi and Georgia Anelli def. Brooke Brandley and Gabriela Colon 6-4, 6-3.

Marymount at VicenzaCancelled, rain

ISB at AlconburyISB (Brussels) boys 9, Alconbury 0Gerard Salvador def. Peter Rydzynski 6-3, 6-4; Shota Shindo def. Ian Armour 8-3, Brice Tanner def. Ronnie Behr 9-7; Miguel Vega def. Matthew Thrasher 8-2; Shotaro Shobu def. Joel Fourhman 8-4; Julian Bellagamba def. Josh Schappert 8-1; Salvador and Shindo def. Armour and Behr 6-0, 6-1; Tanner and Vega def. Rydzynski and Thrasher 8-5; Bellagamba and Asgeiv Hallgrimson def. Fourhman and Schappert 8-0.ISB girls 6, Alconbury 3Tamara Casteels (ISB) def. Mandy Hand 6-4, 7-5; Ana Torrijos def. Ashley Hand 8-3; Hikari Ishimura (ISB) def. Rhiannon Crump 8-5; Mio Asaine (ISB) def. Katherine Glad 8-2; Rachel Cogny (ISB) def, Kyra Schultz 8-3; Kelli Braun (Alc) def. Lois Ots 8-5; Torrijos and Asaine def. A. Hand and Crump 6-1, inj. Default; M. Hand and Glad def. Casteels and Ishimurqa 8-4; Schultz and Bruan def. Claire Dufournier and Eriko Kamiri 8-3.

VolleyballMatches played Saturday unless otherwise indicated. Varsities play rally-point best-of-5 matches; JVs are rally-point best-of-3 games. Boys’ volleyball is played only in the Mediterranean area in DODDS-Europe.

Boys

At VicenzaMarymount International School of Rome def. Vicenza 23-25, 25-22, 25-19, 16-25, 15-12.

At SigonellaNaples def. Sigonella 25-22, 25-13, 14-25, 25-14.Noteworthy—For Sigonella, Kenneth Burgess had 10 kills, 6 blocks and 3 digs, and Michael Mink put away 8 kills and registered 3 blocks. He also served 3 aces.

Girls

At VicenzaVicenza def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-20, 25-17, 25-20. Noteworthy—Vicenza’s Milan Guiliano amassed 44 assists during the match, which featured “strong serving” Megan Newbell-Wright — 7 straight in Game 2 and 9 straight in Game 3.

At SigonellaNaples def. Sigonella 25-13, 23-25, 23-25, 25-19, 15-10.Noteworthy—For Sigonella, Tracy Ewert made 8 kills, and Liz Frost put away 7 kills and served 10 aces.

At AvianoAviano def. Milan 25-7, 25-16, 25-15.

At MannheimKaiserslautern def. Mannheim 25-23, 25-16, 23-25, 23-25, 15-5.Black Forest Academy def. Mannheim 25-23, 25-15, 25-17.BFA def. Kaiserslautern 25-17, 25-12, 25-23.

At AnsbachHeidelberg def. Hohenfels 25-14, 25-14, 25-7.Heidelberg def. Ansbach 25-19, 25-4, 25-2.Hohenfels def. Ansbach 25-15, 25-10, 25-15.

At LakenheathLakenheath def. Menwith Hill 25-10, 25-10, 25-12.Noteworthy—For Lakenheath: Taylor Wright had 4 kills and served 11 aces, Nicole McBride handed out 7 assists and Jenna Potter had 5 solo blocks.Alconbury def. Menwith Hill 25-8, 25-14, 25-9.Lakenheath def. Alconbury 25-10, 25-18, 25-20.Noteworthy—Wright racked up 9 kills, McBride had 8 assists, Melissa Enriquez served 8 aces, Breanna Denesha made 2 solo blocks. In two matches for Alconbury, Maddy Zitka totaled 14 kills and 2 aces, Ashley Uballe totaled 6 kills and 8 aces, and Lauren Wheeler poted 2 kills, 2 aces and 8 digs.Lakenheath JV def. Alconbury JV 25-18, 25-9.

At RamsteinRamstein def. Wiesbaden 25-12, 25-14, 25-13.Noteworthy—For Ramstein, Charnel Austin had 11 kills and 13 assists, Nadia Booker posted 6 kills and 3 aces, Mackenzie Bannister 4 kills and 2 aces, and Jessica Wolfard dished out 11 sssists. LeAmder Thomas had 5 kills for Wiesbaden, which got 2 kills each from LeAndra Thomas and Ashley Smith.Wiesbaden def. Baumholder 25-19, 25-22, 25-16.Noteworthy—10 kills and 2 aces for LeAmber Thomas, 5 kills for LeAndra Thomas and 4 kills for Kaitlyn Paulson. Baumholder got 8 aces and 2 kills each from Lauren Dooley and Brianni Van Tassel and 6 aces from Alex Bower.Ramstein def. Baumholder 25-12, 25-9, 25-15.Noteworthy—7 kills, 6 aces and 10 assists for Austin; 6 kills and 4 aces for Booker, 4 kills each for Chantel Barfield and Bannister, who also contributed 5 aces and 6 assists. For Baumholder, Dooley had 4 kills and 4 acces, Van Tassel 5 kills and 3 aces, and Laura Bailes 3 kills and 3 aces.Ramstein JV def. Wiesbaden JV 25-15, 25-5.Wiesbaden JV def. Baumholder JV 25-18, 25-23.Ramstein JV def. Baumholder JV 25-12, 25-18.

At VilseckPatch def. Bamberg 25-10, 25-17, 25-21.Noteworthy—Patch got 5 kills, 10 aces, 9 assists from Abbey McConnell; 5 kills, 9 assists from Michelle Billeaud; 4 kills, 4 digs from Ashley Benson and 3 blocks each from Hannah Hubner and Claralyn Burt. For Bamberg, Madison Thornes made 6 blocks, 3 kills and 2 assists; Jenna Cepe posted 4 assists, 2 kills and 2 aces, and Rachel Williamson had 2 assists and kill and an ace.Patch def. Vilseck 21-25, 22-25, 25-14, 25-22, 15-9.Noteworthy—7 kills, 4 aces for McConnell, 4 kills for Benson, 6 blocks for Burt and 4 for Hubner led Patch. For Vilseck, Najja Beaulieu-Hains was successful on 18-of-22 serves. She also had 9 kills and a solo block. Vilseck’s Taylor Hall had 11 assists, while Anna Muzzy was 11-for-18 serving wth 3 aces, 9 kills, 4 solo blocks; her teammate Christine Rodriguez contributed 12 digs.Vilseck def. Bamberg 20-25, 18-25, 25-16, 25-16, 15-12.Noteworthy—Vilseck benefited from 15-of-17 serving, 13 kills and 2 solo blocks by Najja Beualieu-Hains; 9-of-10 serving by Sidni Beaulieu-Hains; 15 kills by Muzzy, and 27 assists from Hall. For Bamberg, Jessica Sweazea had 2 kills, 2 aces, 4 blocks; Jenna Cepe posted 2 kills, 4 aces, 3 assists, and Madison Thornes registered 4 kills, 1 ace, 4 blocks, 2 assists.Bamberg JV def Patch JV 25-17, 25-16.Patch JV def. Vilseck JV 25-23, 25-19.Bamberg JV def. Vilseck JV 25-16, 24-26, 15-10.

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