Boys soccer roundup
Lakenheath's 8 goals enough for weekend split
The Lakenheath Lancers and Wiesbaden Warriors played a game of "top this goal" Friday, with the visitors from England emerging with a 8-6 victory.
Benjamin Enterman collected three goals and four assists in a standout effort for Lakenheath. Teammate Glenn Jones scored three goals of his own and Elliot Gardner added two goals.
Warrior stars Dennis Ringgold and John Arnold did their part for the home team, with Ringgold totaling three goals and an assist and Arnold three assists and a goal.
The Lancers built a 5-1 halftime lead, a cushion they’d need to withstand Wiesbaden's comeback effort.
Wiesbaden 1, Kaiserslautern 0: Saturday at Kaiserslautern, Wiesbaden’s Arnold found Ringgold for a first-half goal that held up for the victory. Nick Reid was impeccable in goal for the Warriors with 13 saves.
Ramstein 1, Patch 0: Friday at Ramstein, Cameron Hansen notched a second-half goal as the Royals edged their Division I rivals.
Lee DeBose earned the assist on Hansen’s decisive goal. Each team’s goalkeeper enjoyed a strong effort, as Patch’s Brandon Danielson and Ramstein’s Codie Collins made six saves apiece.
Ramstein 2, Lakenheath 0: Saturday at Ramstein, Lorenzo Rodriguez and Alexander Mitchell scored first-half goals as the Royals cruised to the win. Antonio Oduber and Colin Ziegler notched assists for the home team.
Heidelberg 3, Patch 0: Saturday at Patch, the Lions stayed undefeated in their final season with a win over the rival Panthers.
Andrew Guelle scored twice and Vinnie Harrington added a late penalty kick as Heidelberg handed rival Patch its second loss in as many days.
SHAPE 1, AFNORTH 1: Saturday at SHAPE, a scoreless halftime tie led to a one-goal deadlock.
Phillip Karich of AFNORTH and Ignacio Gamboa of SHAPE scored the game’s two goals. Both goalkeepers notched double-digit saves: AFNORTH’s Victor Black totaled 13, while Bryce Mann nabbed 10 for SHAPE.
Marymount 6, Vicenza 1: Friday at Rome, Marymount built a 3-0 lead en route to a convincing win over its divisional and regional rival.
Majid Al Harthy, Rafael Bevilacqua, Giovanni Formilli Fendi and Ricardo Salini ranked among the goal scorers for the defending Division II champions. Sam Ney scored Vicenza’s goal.
Marymount 8, Sigonella 2: Saturday at Marymount, MMI completed a perfect weekend with a comfortable win.
Marco Ludovichetti and Lotanna Mba scored two goals apiece for the host school. Brian Thomas and Peter Swisshelm had a goal apiece for the visitors.
Black Forest Academy 4, Baumholder 0: Friday at Baumholder, visiting BFA shut out the host Bucs.
Sunshine Baek scored two goals and Keith Min and Ian Andres added a score apiece. Baumholder keeper Desante Brown made 19 saves on a busy day in goal.
Vilseck 6, Hohenfels 0: Saturday at Vilseck, the Falcons’ star-studded offense overwhelmed the Tigers.
Vilseck standouts included Sage Thornbrugh (three goals, assist), Marquis Doctor-Smith (two goals, assist), Pierre Elysee (goal, assist) and Alec Fluharty (two assists).
Andrew Becker made 14 saves in goal for Hohenfels, while counterpart Mitchell Budihas snuffed out all 10 Hohenfels shots.
Schweinfurt 8, Bamberg 0: Saturday at Schweinfurt, a co-ed soccer game fell squarely in the Razorbacks’ favor.
Logan Mansfield, Tristin Mansfield and Carlos Vasquez scored twice and Taylor Baumgartner and Dieudonne Bascombe scored once each for Schweinfurt.