Fourteen will leave Wiesbaden as Europe mat champs

Ramstein and Stuttgart expected to battle it out again for most points at season-ending championships Friday and Saturday.

Stuttgart’s Gruver, Vilseck’s Hyten engage in respectful rivalry

Two seniors have split four matches this season at 190 pounds and lost to no one else so far. Will they meet again at season-ending championships?

Perry on target in mission to retain marksmanship title

Teams from Kadena and Humphreys capture Far East events in electronic sports.

School size doesn’t always matter on the mat

Tiny Alconbury has three wrestlers reach finals and qualify for European championships after battling four Division I opponents at Ramstein sectional.

Pounds will lead large Naples contingent over the Alps

Unbeaten senior will defend his title at championships and have at least 15 teammates with him after strong showing at South sectional.

Finals will be a family affair for two sets of brothers

Spangdahlem’s Eli and Hudson Hulet and Vilseck’s Christopher and Johnathan Wissemann among those qualifying for season-ending championships Saturday.

Vicenza boys, Naples girls stand atop D-II

Wildcats’ girls edge Cougars on strong game from sophomore VaNae Filer before Vicenza’s boys pull away from mistake-prone Naples in second half.

Miami Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa sending decorated Marine to Super Bowl

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is teaming with USAA and the Marine Corps Association to send Marine veteran John Jones, a former staff sergeant from Colorado, to next weekend’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

Royals transition into overpowering foe during win over Raiders

The Royals forced 33 turnovers and turned them into 20 fast-break points on the other end, en route to a 64-32 victory.

Red Devils edge Panthers just before buzzer

Nile C. Kinnick’s Kennedy Hamilton scores with two seconds left as team earns 83-82 victory on Kadena’s home court.

Yokota downs Perry to defend crown

Senior Braedan Raybon got moment to shine in pivotal third quarter as Panthers earn fifth title in progarm’s history.

Guam’s St. Paul Christian too much for Kinnick

Red Devils had won matchup earlier in round-robin play, but Warriors pull away in second half for second Far East title.

Cobras slither past Trojans to break title drought

E.J. King’s 29-28 victory over Zama is first title in girls basketball this century.

Kadena, Edgren bounce back with team triumphs

A day after falling short in individual tournament, Panthers and Eagles win dual meet portion of season-ending Far East event.

The goal Saturday is to move onto the finals

Elite programs want as many wrestlers in championships as possible to score team points, while others look to gain experience and individual glory.

Kubasaki edges rival Kadena for Far East crown

Dragons and Panthers each have four individuals win titles in individual portion of three-day event and take on each other Wednesday in dual-meet final.

Raiders hit target of program’s first marksmanship title

Kaiserslautern, the top scoring team during the regular season, dethrones Ansbach with a big performance in the standing position.

Finding the right matchups can be a weighty matter

Wrestlers square off in final regular season meet before next week’s regional qualifiers for season-ending championships.

Contenders look to limit mistakes and reap rewards

Defending champs St. Mary’s and Yokota will have to fend off a handful of other schools in their divisions eager to bring home a Far East banner.