KAHS falls short in football opener

***image1***Ramstein sneaks by Würzburg 13-6 at home

The Hanau Panthers came into town Saturday to open the football season with a 27-6 win over the Kaiserslautern Raiders.

The Raiders opening game was quickly spoiled when Hanau came out firing on all cylinders.

Led by running back Malcolm Lane, who tallied 252 rushing yards and 124 receiving yards, Hanau easily controlled the game.
Kaiserslautern was led on defense by Madison Hayes, who recorded 13 tackles.

QB Quinton Strawder hooked up with Shawn Williams on a 26-yard touchdown strike to record the Raiders only points.

Ramstein 13, Würzburg 6
The Royals played sound defense and broke a couple big plays in a seven-point victory over the Würzburg Wolves Saturday.

Ramstein got a 45-yard touchdown run from fullback Joel Smith and a five-yard touchdown run by fullback Greg Anderson.

Defensively, the Royals were led by Greg Anderson with 10 tackles, and cornerbacks Adam Despres and Justin Weihe with one interception apiece.

The Ramstein boys cross-country team picked up where they left off last season by defeating Mannheim 23-35.

Senior team captains Danny Edwards and Noah Sheppard led the Royals by finishing first and second.

The KAHS boys team placed fourth overall.
The girls meet finished with Kaiserslautern in the top spot and Ramstein right behind them. The Raiders grabbed the top three spots with Joy Hrushka first, Colleen Smith second and Anna Hrushka third.
Ramstein followed with Lorraine Tucker, Steph Polzer and Susie Fluker taking fourth, fifth and sixth respectively.

The Kaiserslautern Raiders golf teams traveled to Lakenheath for a rain soaked weekend of golf Sept 16. The boys finished the weekend with three individual titles. Ben Antonik won two of them by winning the Lakenheath Shoot-out by seven with a 44 and then shot a 41 at the Feltwell Course to take his second match in two days.

The girls team finished in a tie with the Lakenheath Lady Lancers. The Raiders were led by Barbara Burriss and Aurel Moore.

Ramstein (boys) 147, Würzburg 125, Patch 109, Vilseck 22
The Ramstein Royals were led by Chris Hustead who led all golfers with 43 points. Jonathan Mikkelson from Würzburg followed with 42.
The Lady Royals placed third in their match. Scoring only 13 points. Ramstein was led by Allison Vance who tallied five points.

Wiesbaden 7, K-Town 2
The Lady Raiders could only manage to win two matches with Abby Halpin def. Jessica Smith 9-8 and Ashley Enciso def. Shannon McCoy 9-8.

Ramstein (girls) 6, ISB 3
The Lady Royals defeated ISB in four out of six singles match and also took two out of three double matches. The big winner for Ramstein was Megan Jones who defeated Izumi Takeuchi 8-4.

ISB (boys) 5, Ramstein 4
Ramstein defeated ISB in two out of three doubles matches but only managed to win two out of six singles matches giving ISB the overall victory.
Matt Puchta and Jorell Wilson enjoyed singles wins, while Wilson and David Bricker and Puchta and Trey Delaney got doubles wins.

Next Up
The football team takes on Heidelberg at home Saturday.
The golf team plays at Heidelberg today.
Tennis team stays home to play Kaiserslautern Saturday.
The cross country team travels to the Black Forest Academy and the volleyball season starts at home against Vilseck.

The football team travels to Wiesbaden Saturday.
The tennis team is at Ramstein Saturday.
Cross Country meet is at Patch Saturday and Volleyball kicks off at Mannheim Saturday.