Ramstein prevails 10-7 in defensive struggle

Airman 1st Class Edward Drescher
Kaiserslautern American

Ramstein was glad to have senior cornerback Scott Jardine back in the lineup yesterday.

With Ramstein ahead of Heidelberg 3-0 in the third, Jardine picked off
a pass and returned it 68 yards for a touchdown to make it 10-0.

This would prove to be the deciding points in the game as Heidelberg cut the score to 10-7 with a late touchdown.

Ramstein was propelled big games on defense by Greg Anderson, who had
eight tackles, and Jardine, two interceptions, as they improved to 2-0
on the season.

Wiesbaden 51, K-Town 28
Despite holding the lead three different times in the game the
Kaiserslautern Raiders let it get away in the end. Wiesbaden made a
strong second half surge and never looked back.

Cross Country
Ramstein (boys) 23, Heidelberg 58, BFA 75
Ramstein placed six runners in the top 10 as they placed first in their second straight race.
Danny Edwards finished first, well ahead of Heidelberg’s Jeremy Brady,
and Ramstein’s Kyle Southard and Noah Sheppard took third and fourth

Heidelberg (girls) 31, Ramstein 37, BFA 64, FIS 96
The Ramstein Ladies only finished six points behind Heidelberg and came
in 27 points ahead of the Black Forest Acadmey during their run
Saturday. The Royals placed four runners in the top 10 with Steph
Polzer second, Lorraine Tucker third, Susie Fluker sixth and Luz
Hammlett ninth.

Ramstein 3, Vilseck 0
Ramstein 3, SHAPE 1
Ramstein defeated Vilseck by winning matches 25-16, 25-12 and 25-19.
The ladies went on the beat SHAPE in matches of 25-12, 25-18 and 25-15.

Ramstein 9, K-Town 0
Ramstein swept six singles matches and three doubles matches during the match at Ramstein Saturday.
Trey Dulaney, Shawn Kelley, Matt Puchta and Alex Chebaro all each won in a singles and a doubles match.