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RAMSTEIN, Germany — The Ramstein Lady Royals dominated Lakenheath 50-35 in their first conference game of the season on Friday.

After taking a 26-12 lead at halftime, Ramstein held the Lancers to six points in the third quarter.

“I think they played very well as a team,” Ramstein coach Cecilia Grosselin said. “Depending on who they play, they always seem to adjust.”

Part of that adjustment included clamping down on Lakenheath’s All-Europe forward Trinity Bursey, who was held to eight points and 11 rebounds. Junior point guard Krissy Grosselin led the Royals with 15 points, three steals, five assists and 12 rebounds.

After the holiday break, Ramstein will resume play Jan. 9 at Heidelberg. Lakenheath will take on the International School of Brussels Jan. 9 and 10 at ISB.

London Central 39, Brussels 12

London Central 47, Brussels 15

BRUSSELS, Belgium — The Bobcats remained atop the Division III-North standings by sweeping the winless Lady Brigands on Friday and Saturday.

Nicole Lassetter led the scoring in both games with 18 points on Friday and 13 on Saturday. Fabiola Ordonez scored 11 points on Saturday for the Bobcats (4-0).

Aviano 48, Marymount 16

Aviano 49, Marymount 9

ROME — Mavis Sanders and Natalie Smith handled the scoring, and Jessica Corder the rebounding Friday and Saturday as the Saints blistered the Royals to improve to 4-0.

Smith scored 10 points on Friday and 18 on Saturday. Sanders scored 12 points (eight rebounds) and eight points (10 rebounds) in the two games. Corder had 12 points, 16 rebounds and six blocked shots on Friday and eight points and 12 rebounds on Saturday, when the game was called with 7:28 to play by the DODDS 40-point mercy rule.

Hohenfels 41, Baumholder 35

Hohenfels 49, Baumholder 38

HOHENFELS, Germany — Newcomer Danielle Green scored 26 and 27 points on Friday and Saturday, respectively as the Tigers defeated the defending European Division III champions.

Green, who is averaging 24.8 points and 12 rebounds per game, also had six steals on Saturday.

Baumholder’s returning All-Europe forward Tiffany McNeil had 13 points and 17 rebounds on Friday and 11 points and seven rebounds on Saturday, but they weren’t enough to keep Baumholder from falling to 1-3 (0-2 in league play).

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