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Kaiserslautern goalie C.J. Murray stops a Ramstein shot during the first half of play Saturday at Ramstein. Murray shut out Ramstein’s offense in the first half, but gave up three goals during the second in a 3–0 Ramstein win.

Kaiserslautern goalie C.J. Murray stops a Ramstein shot during the first half of play Saturday at Ramstein. Murray shut out Ramstein’s offense in the first half, but gave up three goals during the second in a 3–0 Ramstein win. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Kaiserslautern goalie C.J. Murray stops a Ramstein shot during the first half of play Saturday at Ramstein. Murray shut out Ramstein’s offense in the first half, but gave up three goals during the second in a 3–0 Ramstein win.

Kaiserslautern goalie C.J. Murray stops a Ramstein shot during the first half of play Saturday at Ramstein. Murray shut out Ramstein’s offense in the first half, but gave up three goals during the second in a 3–0 Ramstein win. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Ramstein senior Michael Soto moves the ball past defender Earon Brown. Soto scored the Royals' first goal early in the second half.

Ramstein senior Michael Soto moves the ball past defender Earon Brown. Soto scored the Royals' first goal early in the second half. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Michael Soto, left, of Kaiserslautern and Dab Whitney of Ramstein collide while battling for the ball during the second half of Ramstein's 3-0 win.

Michael Soto, left, of Kaiserslautern and Dab Whitney of Ramstein collide while battling for the ball during the second half of Ramstein's 3-0 win. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Ramstein's Rolando Crossdale traps the ball near the Kaiserslautern goal during the first half. Crossdale scored one of three goals for Ramstein in a 3–0 victory.

Ramstein's Rolando Crossdale traps the ball near the Kaiserslautern goal during the first half. Crossdale scored one of three goals for Ramstein in a 3–0 victory. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

Kenny Oberlin scored twice and All-European Anthony Marshall once Saturday as Hohenfels completed an undefeated regular season and won the Division III-South conference title with a 4-1 victory over Hanau.

Dameon Odum also scored for Hohenfels, which got assists from Ian Newell and Rey Marshall.

The Tigers are the probable top seed for the D-III tournament, which begins in Ramstein and Kaiserslautern.

Hanau, playing its first season in D-III, was the last team to beat Hohenfels, the defending European D-III champs. Hanau, a D-II school at the time, edged Hohenfels 4-3 on April 1, 2006.

In other games on Saturday, the final day of the regular season:

Heidelberg 3, Wiesbaden 0: At Wiesbaden, the defending European Division I champion Lions wrapped up the regular-season D-I title behind second-half goals from Kevin Beerman, Matthew Ellis and Jon Hoffman.

Heidelberg and Lakenheath tied for the best records in D-I at 5-0-1, but the Lions claimed the trophy on the basis of goals-differential. Heidelberg and Lakenheath tied 0-0 on April 27.

AOSR 4, Naples 1: At Naples, Italy, the American Overseas School of Rome tuned up for its run at a European D-III crown. AOSR has eight titles in 10 years.

Four players scored for AOSR, 5-1 in American schools in Italy League play. The Falcons finished just behind league-champion Milan (5-0-1), which will play Division IV at the Europeans. Naples (3-3) will play in Division II at the tournament.

SHAPE 7, Baumholder 0: At Baumholder, Daniele Coccia and All-European Claudio Giraldi each scored twice as the defending European D-II champions finished an unbeaten regular season with a seven-goal courtesy rule victory.

Piotr Kwiecien dished out three assists for SHAPE (5-0-1), which got outstanding defensive play from Eirik Iden and forced Bucs’ goalkeeper James Lampe to make 23 saves, according to Baumholder coach Jeffrey O'Neil.

Bitburg 2, AFNORTH 1: At Bitburg, Sid Banks scored once and assisted on Chad Roberson’s goal as the Barons (4-1-2) claimed second place in II-North.

All-European Chris Eden scored for AFNORTH (2-3-2).

Alconbury 5, Menwith Hill 2: At RAF Menwith Hill, Devin Pryor scored twice to boost Alconbury to a third-place finish in Division III-North. The Dragons (2-4-1) trailed conference champ Brussels, idle on Saturday, and London Central in the final III-North standings.

Ramstein 3, Kaiserslautern 0: At Ramstein, defender Michael Soto gave his team a 1-0 lead after halftime, then returned to the back and anchored the D-I shutout.

Ramstein closed its regular season 3-4 overall and 2-4 in league play. Kaiserslautern, blanked for the third time this season, fell to 0-6 overall and in D-I.

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