Ramstein spoils KAHS homecoming

Airman 1st Class Edward Drescher
Kaiserslautern American

***image1***The Kaiserslautern Raiders came out on their homecoming night looking
for their second straight win against an undefeated Ramstein team

In the end, K-Town put up a valiant effort but the Royals were too much.
Ramstein got another big game on the ground by running back Cyril Borden, who racked up 96 yards and found the endzone twice.

Ramstein’s A.J. Hawkins started off the scoring with a six-yard
touchdwon run in the first quarter and Borden scored his first
touchdown to put Ramstein up 13-0.

Kaiserslautern got on the board before halftime with a 10-yard hook up
between quarterback Antoine Carter and wide receiver Rashawn Williams.
The teams went into the locker room with the score 13-6.

In the second half Ramstein was the first to strike again as Borden
found paydirt for the second time. With the score standing at 21-6,
K-Town decided to make a game out of it.

Late in the third quarter, K-Town’s Quinton Strawder, who totaled 137
yards of offense, took an option pitch 40 yards to the house to make
the score 21-12.

With the game in the balance in the fourth quarter, neither team’s defense budged and Ramstein held on for a 21-12 victory.

Cross country
Ramstein (boys) 21, Heidelberg 40, BFA 77, Kaiserslautern 99
The Ramstein boys cross country team got the best of the runners from
Heidelberg, Black Forest Academy and Kaiserslautern Saturday.
Ramstein dominated the run as they placed five runners in the top eight.
Ramstein’s Danny Edwards placed first and bettered the course record by seven seconds.

Other Ramstein finishers were: Noah Sheppard, third, Kyle Southard, fourth, Kevin Edwards, fiifth, and Vince Jovene, eighth.

Kaiserslautern (girls) 37, Heidelberg 42, Ramstein 60, BFA 73
The Kaiserslautern Lady Raiders showed that they are the team to beat in the girls cross country division.

K-Town placed the top three runners and beat a tough Heidelberg team by five points.

K-Town top three finishers were Anna Hrushka, who placed first and
broke the course record, Joy Hrushka, who took second, and Colleen
Smith, third.
Top Ramstein finishers were: Lorraine Tucker, fourth, Steph Polzer, eighth, and Susie Fluker, 11th.

RAHS def. FIS 3-1

RAHS def. Würzburg 3-0
The Ramstein volleyball team won two matches Saturday.

They started by defeating Frankfurt International School by scores of 25-21, 25-17, 20-25 and 25-21.

Regina Fleming led Ramstein with nine kills and six aces.
Ramstein followed up with an easier win over Würzburg; posting scores of 25-13, 25-14 and 25-21.

Sarah Moore led Ramstein in this match with 14 service points.

Heidelberg def. K-Town 3-0

Ansbach def. K-Town 3-0
The Kaiserslautern Lady Raiders didn’t muster much of a challenge as
they were swept in consecutive matches against Heidelberg and Ansbach.

Ramstein (boys) 7, Würzburg 2
The Ramstein Royals tennis team defeated Würzburg Saturday by winning
five of six singles matches and two of three doubles matches. Singles
winners for Ramstein were Trey Dulaney, Shawn Kelley, Alex Chebaro,
Jorell Wilson and David Bricker.

Doubles winners were Matt Puchta and Dulaney, and David Modlin and Kelley.

Ramstein (girls) 10, Würzburg 0
The Lady Royals put on a clinic Saturday, sweeping seven singles matches and three doubles matches to take the overall victory.

Singles winners for Ramstein were Alison Luthman, Megan Jones, Maggie
Curry, Brittany Godwin, Catherine Brennan, Nicole Grogen and Kailey
Doubles winners for Ramstein were Curry and Jones, Luthman and Godwin, and K. Conrad and A. Ferry.