High school sports

Lakenheath 17, Kaiserslautern 14
K-Town started strong and jumped to a 14-0 lead, only to have the
Lancers come back and win it 17-14 for their first victory of the
season. This left K-Town, Lakenheath, and Würzburg in a three-way
tie. Based on point differentials between the three teams,
Kaiserslautern advances to the playoffs where they will meet Ramstein
Ramstein at Heidelberg (Ramstein players in bold)

Girl’s singles

Alison Luthman d.
Molly King 6-3, 6-2
Paulina Ryan d.
Megan Jones 8-6
Brittany Godwin d.
Kereen Grifith 9-8, 11/
Amanda Gagliano d.
Nicole Grogan 8-3
Ashley Ferry d.
Chelsea Cotter 8-6
Ashley Marese d.
Kelly Conrad 8-6
Girl’s doubles
Molly King/Paulina Ryan d. Megan Jones/Maggie Curry 6-1, 6-4
Team Score: Ramstein 5, Heidelberg 4

Boy’s singles
Michael Sanchez d.
Matt Puchta 6-0, 6-1
Sam Pohl d.
Trey Dulaney 8-1
Kevin Ingram d.
Shawn Kelley 8-2
Blair Martin d.
Alex Chebaro 8-3
Chris Ellis d.
Jorell Wilson 8-6
Brian Kelley d.
Nick Longo 9-8, 7-4
Boy’s doubles
Sam Pohl/Blair Martin d. Shawn Kelley/Trey Dulaney 7-5, 7-5, 6-1
Kevin Ingraham/Michael Sanchez d. Matt Puchta/
Alex Chebaro 8-3
Brad Irwin/David Bricker d. Nick Longo/Chris Ellis 9-7
Team Score: Heidelberg 7, Ramstein 2
Cross Country
Boys – The
Ramstein Raiders had their best outing of the year, placing second
behind Wiesbaden, but ahead of Wurzburg, Hoenfels, Vilseck and
Bamburg. Raiders runner Tucker Johnson ran a personal best of 17:09 and
placed first.
Kaiserslautern continued their dominance by destroying the field
at Wurzburg. K-Town ladies finished with 18 points, second was
Würzburg with 61 points. The three amigos finished 1, 2, and 3 again
with all three breaking the course record, again. Top runners
were Joy Hruska (19:07), Colleen Smith, Anna Hruska, and
Olyvia Smith all from K-Town. 

Heidelberg 4, Ramstein 1 (24-26, 26-24, 26-18, 26-19)
Ramstein outside hitter Regina Fleming had eight kills, middle hitter
Kaylen Bannister recorded 6 kills, 3 blocks; Tyler Fleenor recorded 6
kills, 4 blocks and 9 service aces; Junior setter Jayci Cachuela had 13
setting assists for points.
Ramstein 3, Mannheim 0 (25-13, 25-20, 25-20)
Outside sophomore hitter Lisa Domingo cranked in 5 kills and 15 digs
and Rachel Rust recorded 4 kills and 4 service aces; Regina Fleming had
8 kills, 12 digs and setter Jayci Cachuela had 14 setting assists for

Würzburg 3, Kaiserslautern 1 (25-15, 25-19, 18-25, 15-6)

Wiesbaden 3, Kaiserslautern 0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-17)