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BAUMHOLDER, Germany — Desmond Isadore and Olando
Square each rushed two touchdowns and more than 100
yards Saturday as Baumholder thumped European Division
III runner-up London Central 40-20 in the 2002 opener
for both teams.
Isadore carried the ball 22 times for 185 yards and
scored on runs of 8 and 28 yards in the nonconference
matchup. Square rushed 13 times for 104 yards and found
the end zone on first-quarter jaunts of 43 and 11 yards.
Baumholder’s ground game rolled up 352 yards.
Baumholder senior quarterback Matt Calabria also had
a hand in two scores. He plunged in from the 1-yard line
with 55 seconds left in the half to give the Bucs a
26-13 lead, then hit 5-foot-2, 95-pound freshman Albert
Mouton with a 12-yard scoring pass in the fourth
London Central quarterback Mike Clark figured in all
three of his team’s touchdowns, running 2 yards for a
score before hitting Walter Coleman with TD passes of 18
and 40 yards. Clark finished the game seven-of-12 for
155 yards, with Coleman catching six of them for 106
Baumholder (1-0) travels to Aviano on Saturday for
another nonconference game; London Central will play
host to Brussels in a III-North conference game.
In other non-conference games Saturday:
Brussels 19, Giessen 6
GIESSEN, Germany —
Marc Silos kicked a pair of field
goals and ran for a touchdown as Brussels took advantage
of six turnovers.
Silos sandwiched field goals of 20 and 25 yards
around a 1-yard TD run as the Brigands, after spending
most of the first half in Giessen’s end of the field,
took a 12-0 halftime lead.
The Griffins cut the deficit in half early in the
third quarter after Michael Moore recovered a Brussels
fumble. On Giessen’s first play from scrimmage after the
recovery, Anthony Moore, behind pulling guard Jerrid
Pilcher, swept in for a 57-yard run.
Giessen was driving for the tying score in the final
period when Travis Keeton’s second interception of the
game set up Andrew Isbel’s 3-yard run for the clinching
TD. Silos added the extra point.
Isbel led all rushers with 84 yards. Isbel, brother
Brian Isbel and J.R. Blandon grabbed fumbles for the
Brigands. Kyle Cox added an interception.
Giessen’s defense got sacks from Tim Hill and John
Castillo, an interception from Jerrell Connerly and
eight solo tackles each from Gilberto De Leon and
Brussels (1-0) will play host to defending Division
III-North champion London Central on Saturday.
ISB 34, Hanau 12
BRUSSELS, Belgium — The defending European Division
II champions used a pair of second-half touchdowns to
pull away from the visiting Panthers.
Quarterback Will Hendrickson ran 3 yards for one TD
and hit Joe Rosen with a 22-yard pass for a second as
the Raiders (1-0) built a 14-0 first-period lead.
Hanau (0-1) answered with a 7-yard touchdown pass
from Gary Ortiz to Robert Scott to cut the gap to 14-6,
only to see Matthew Gett return the ensuing kickoff 75
yards to restore ISB’s 14-point edge. Ortiz returned the
favor, taking the ISB kick 69 yards to paydirt.
ISB wrapped up the game on Gett’s 19-yard TD run in
the third quarter and Chris Perez’s 13-yard scoring run
in the fourth.
Gett rushed 18 times for 119 yards. Rosen had 48
receiving yards on three of the four passes Hendrickson
completed. Hendrickson had 53 yards passing.
The ISB defense had 11 solo tackles by linebacker
Josh Hendrickson and eight from lineman Tony Bernard.
Bernard added a fumble recovery, as did Philip Lipman.
Sophomore Danny Kubis and Alex Davey-Thompson each had
ISB travels to Mannheim for another nonconference
game on Friday night; Bitburg will play host to Hanau on
SHAPE 18, Bitburg 0
SHAPE, Belgium — Ryan Rice threw three touchdown
passes in the first half as the Spartans blanked the
Rice hit Joe Putnam with a 16-yard scoring strike to
cap SHAPE’s three-play, 65-yard opening drive, then hit
sophomore Mario Stowers with passes of 31 and 33 yards
to close the scoring before intermission.
Rice was 6-for-9 for 137 yards and three TDs in the
first half; for the game he was 9-for-18 for 157 yards.
He rushed for 47 yards.
Stowers gained 47 yards on nine rushes, and caught
three passes for 67 yards.
The Spartans got nine tackles from sophomore
linebacker Richard Rendon and an interception from J.D.
Devine and Bryan Farthings.
SHAPE (1-0) travels to Vilseck for another
non-conference game on Saturday.
Int. School of Brussels at
(Saturday; forfeits not
ISB girls 9, Lakenheath 0
Jessica Ford def. Irene Que 6-0, 6-1; Leah Welsh def.
Daphnee Bullen 8-1; Claire Welsh def. Kallie Hedberg
8-2; Amanda Kim def. Larissa Swanland 9-7; Julie
Scott-Hansen def. Katie Sloboda 8-3; Nava Sokolowsky
def. Morgan Parkerson 8-2; Ford and L. Welsh def. Alicia
Dooley and Tiffany Cross 6-2, 6-2; C. Welsh and Kim def.
Catherine Brennan and Brittany O’Connor 8-4;
Scott-Hansen and Liyanah Mills def. Kendall Gill and
Sarah Ogle 8-0.
ISB boys 7, Lakenheath 2
Jun Koide (ISB) def. Brandon Bitner 6-3, 6-3; Philip
Burroughs (L) def. Alex Henes 8-4; Yushi Omeri (ISB)
def. Ian Baker 8-2; Richard Woodruff (ISB) def. Brandon
Payne 8-3; John Watkins (L) def. Fethi Erimcag 8-6; John
Hastry (ISB) def. Matt Trombley 8-3; Omeri and Henes
def. Bitner and Burroughs 6-2, 6-4; Koide and Woodruff
def. Nicholas House and Luke Croucher 8-2, Erimcag and
Hastry def. David Mickenberg and Robert De Broeck
Kaiserslautern at SHAPE
(Saturday; forfeits not included)
SHAPE girls 8, Kaiserslautern 1
Carmen De La Plaza (S) def. Erica Thompson 6-1, 6-0;
Ana Vazquez (S) def. Lisa Marshall 8-2; Iva Libichova
(S) def. Mandra Smith 8-1; Heidi Holley (K) def. Paloma
Lopez 8-3; Xanthi Steka (S) def. Megan Brady 8-3; Eirini
Loukos (S) def. Karen Jackson 8-1; De La Plaza and
Vazquez def. Thompson and Marshall 6-4, 6-1; Libichova
and Lopez def. Holley and Brady 8-3; Stecka and Loukos
def. Smith and Jackson 8-4.
SHAPE boys 6, Kaiserslautern 0
Michael Libich def. Greg Thompson 6-0, 6-1; Julien
Vachaudez def. Aprayu Oldread 8-1; Nils Hesse def.
Daniel Crisp 8-0; Lanny Mason def. Paul Glynn 8-0;
Matthew Fontaine and Vachaudez def. Thompson and Oldread
6-1, 6-0; Libich and Hesse def. Crisp and Glynn 8-0.
Ramstein at Heidelberg
(Saturday; forfeits not included)
Heidelberg girls 8, Ramstein 1
Jodi Erickson (H) def. Chandra Harrison 6-3, 7-5;
Patti Ro (H) def. Cherita Murray 8-2; Ashley Marsh (H)
def. Patricia Wood 8-4; Lauren Gagalin (H) def. Maggie
Curry 9-8 (7-3); Racini Andres (H) def. Adina Mead 8-4;
Elysia Gonzalez (H) def. Danielle Dull 8-4; Harrison and
Murray def. Erickson and Andres 6-7 (tiebreaker
unavailable), 7-5, 6-3; Marsh and Gagalin def. Wood and
Patricia Bautista 8-2; Ro and Gonzalez def. Chelsey
Jenkins and Emily Morris 8-1.
Heidelberg boys 7, Ramstein 2
Jonathan Brownfield (H) def. Ryan Vanderneck 6-4,
6-0; Jesse Barlow (H) def. Derek Hand 8-1; Andrew
L’Esperance (H) def. A.J. Roth 8-4; Samuel Waters (H)
def. Brian Clark 8-3; Jeremy McKean (H) def. Lee
Champeau 8-2; Brownfield and Barlow def. Vanderneck and
Roth 6-0, 6-1; L’Esperance and Waters def. Hand and
Liston Clark 8-4.
Wiesbaden at Würzburg
(Saturday, forfeits not included)
Wiesbaden girls 9, Würzburg 0
Shelby Levins (Wies) def. Haili Butler 6-4, 6-3; Anna
Lohmer (Wies) def. Arielle Cohn 8-1; Jenna Skagete
(Wies) def. Noelle Ochinang 8-0; Kate Gerry (Wies) def.
Nina Siebert 8-4; Katie Melhof (Wies) def. Lindsey
Shellhammer 8-0; Daphne Olsen (Wies) def. Virginia Keith
8-0; Lohmer and Skagete (Wies) def. Buttler and Siebert
6-2, 6-0; Levins and Gerry (Wies) def. Ochinang and Cohn
8-4; Melhof and Olsen (Wies) def. Shallhammer and Keith
Wiesbaden boys 6, Würzburg 3
Thomas Rodgers (Wies) def. Sam Ochinang 4-6, 6-4,
6-3; Jason Fleck (Würz) def. Danny Lohmer 8-4; David
Wolf (Wurz) def. David LaBoy 6-8; Tavis McLendon (Wies)
def. Clayton Dingle 8-5; Lewis Ryan (Wies) def. William
Mori-Ramos 8-2; Andre Hoffman (Wies) def. Quinton Hooks
8-5; Lohmer and Laboy def. Ochinang and Fleck 1-6, 7-5,
7-5; Rodgers and McLendon def. Dingle and Wolfe 8-0;
Kory Borton and Mori-Ramos def. Alex Taylor and Michael
Hohenfels at Vilseck
(Saturday, forfeits not included)
Vilseck girls 5, Hohenfels 4
Beth MacIntire (H) def. Lucie Zaryova 6-1, 6-1; Chloe
Ahlstromer-Jones (V) def. Michelle Ovencia 8-1; Brittany
Ramos (H) def. Rachel Bew 8-3; Tina Boers (H) def. Sarah
Starr 8-6; Jeannette Cortez (V) def. Christine Compton
8-0; Ahlstromer-Jones and Bew def. Ovencia and Ramos
6-0, 6-2; MacIntire and Boers def. Zaryova and Starr
Vilseck boys 7, Hohenfels 2
Mat Carmack (V) def. Orlando Soto 6-1, 7-5; Roger
Connolly (V) def. Dominic Perry 9-7; Cherard Hickman (V)
def. Jason Robinson 8-4; Daniel Rose (V) def. Ed Peer
8-0; Jose Velez (H) def. Gerald Corporal 8-4; Perry and
Robinson def. Connolly and Rose 6-2, 6-1; Carmack and
Hickman def. Peer and Velez 8-1.
Patch at Vilseck
Saturday, forfeits not included)
Vilseck girls 9, Patch 0
Lucie Zeryova def. Jacquelyn House 6-2, 6-4; Chloe
Ahlstromer-Jones def. Kristina Sanchez 8-0, Rachel Bew
def. Kristin Otto 8-0; Ahlstromer Jones and Bew def.
House and Sanchez 6-1, 6-0.
Patch boys 7, Vilseck 2
Joe Morrow (P) def. Mat Carmack 6-3, 6-1; Pat
McMillan (P) def. Roger Connolly 8-0, Evan Daiga (P)
def. Cherard Hickman 8-6; Daniel Rose def. Taylor
Armstrong 8-0; Alex Ingalls (P) def. Gerald Corporal
8-2; Alex Pugh (P) def. Byron Schaffer 8-5; Morrow and
McMillan def. Connolly and Rose 8-1; Pugh and Ingalls
def. Corporal and Schaffer 8-5.
Patch vs. Hohenfels
(Saturday at Vilseck, forfeits not included)
Hohenfels girls 8, Patch 0
Beth MacIntire def. Jacquelyn House 6-0, 6-0;
Michelle Ovencia def. Kristina Sanchez 8-1; Brittany
Ramos def. Kristin Otto 8-1, Ovenica and Ramos def.
House and Sanchez 8-1.
Patch boys 7, Hohenfels 2
Joe Morrow def. Orlando Soto 6-1, 6-1; Pat McMillan
def. Dominic Perry 8-2; Evan Daiga def. Jason Robinson
8-2; Ed Peer def. Taylor Armstrong 8-6; Alex Ingalls
def. Jose Velez 8-3; Morrow and McMillan def. Perry and
(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)
Team Scoring—SHAPE 28, Ramstein 58,
Kaiserslautern 74, International School of Brussels 88,
Wiesbaden 136, Bitburg 172. AFNORTH, Baumholder, St.
John’s and Brussels were incomplete.
1, Patrick Edwards (SH) 16:53; 2, Thomas Hanson
(Kais); 3, David Forte (SH); 4, Kenny Grosselin (Ram);
5, Parker Cowles (Ram); 6, John Slappy (Wies); 7, Alex
Martinez (SH); 8, Oeystein Skotchein (SH); 9, Matt
Menthe (SH); 10, Giovanni Fiorenza (ISB).
Team Scoring—Ramstein 34, SHAPE 50, International
School of Brussels 73, St. John's 91, Kaiserslautern
106. Brussels, Baumholder, AFNORTH, Wiesbaden and
Bitburg were incomplete.
1, Jamie Lindsey (Ram) 19:59; 2, Stella Kuhn Von
Burgsdorff (StJ); 3, Kirsten Dawson (AFN); 4, Steffani
Abraham (Ram); 5, Sarah Buckley (ISB); 6, Anna Wheat
(ISB); 7, Amanda Terry (SH); 8, Laura Fitzgerald; 9,
Sarah Billar; 10, Isabelle Gagnon (SH).
Menwith Hill pentagonal
(Saturday at Menwith Hill in England)
Team scoring—Lakenheath 45, Menwith Hill 51, American
Community School-Cobham 65, Alconbury 68. London Central
1, Dustin Whitlow (MH) 17:32; 2, Steve Ayres (Alc);
3, Mark Henry (Alc); 4, Brian Billington (Lake); 5, Cole
McLain (MH); 6, Erik Darner (Cob); 7, Matt Paladech
(Lake); 8, Andrew Huntley (MH); 9, Reed Howard (Cob);
10, Jason Holmes (Lake).
Team scoring-ACS-Cobham 18, Lakenheath 37. Alconbury,
Menwith Hill and London Central were incomplete.
1, Elizabeth Hassing (Cob) 19:55; 2, Christina
Johnson (Cob); 3, Christine Kelly (Cob); 4, Lauren
Chaplar (Lake); 5, Claire Geilfuss (LC); 6, Jackie Hulme
(Cob); 7, Annie Keegan (Lake); 8, Amanda Vance (Cob); 9,
Alllison Clemens (Lake); 10, Heidi McLaren (Lake).
(Saturday, at Heidelberg, Germany)
Team Scoring—Wurzburg 32, Black Forest Academy 38,
Heidelberg 100, Patch 108, Frankfurt International
School 144, Hanau 148, Vilseck 183. Munich and Mannheim
1, John Fox (BFA) 17:35; 2, Charles Davis (Würz); 3,
Andrew Aney (Würz); 4, Josh Grubb (BFA); 5, Jonathan
Painter (Würz); 6, Travis Boltz (Heid); 7, Saever Weaver
(Würz); 8, Sean Woodward (BFA); 9, Frederik Ingles
(BFA); 10, Sam Dickenson (FIS).
Team Scoring—Patch 25, Black Forest Academy 55,
Heidelberg 68, Würzburg 88. Hanau, Vilseck, Frankfurt
International School, Munich and Mannheim were
1, Morgan Murray (Mun) 20:56; 2, Bona Jones (Pat); 3,
Michelle Thorne (Heid); 4, Carolyn House (Pat); 5,
Rachel Hamilton (Patch); 6, Tabitha Grubb (BFA); 7,
Rebbecah Drennon (Heid); 8, Jessica Russel (Pat); 9,
Molly Moensch (BFA); 10, Monique Richardson