Europe girls soccer: Hanau rides Bye-Nagel’s second straight four-goal effort
Kyri Bye-Nagel scored four times for the second straight week and had an assist Saturday as visiting Hanau improved to 2-0 with a 6-0 victory over Vilseck.
It was the first game of the season for Vilseck, which got a superior midfield performance from Fabrino Gily, according to her coach, Robert Loe.
In other girls games of note on Saturday:
Mannheim 4, AFNORTH 0At Mannheim, Kelsey Chavarria and Sarah Griggs each scored twice as the Lady Bison defense led by Ali Cruz and Shumila Moore kept most of the pressure off goalkeeper Becky Case.
Mannheim (1-0-1), which moved to the top of the Division II-North standings with Bitburg, posted its second shutout in as many games.
Bitburg 2, SHAPE 0At SHAPE, Belgium, Ashley Fary and Mona Khlaifeh each scored, and sweeper Jackie Ventrice made the goals stand up.
SHAPE coach Shawn Whitehurst said the Lady Barons might have scored more without the efforts of defenders Kacie Kappenman and Alyssa Miller.
Heidelberg 6, Wiesbaden 0At Heidelberg, sophomore Ana Anger and teammate Petra Greber each scored twice in Heidelberg’s second straight shutout victory. Angie Cotter added two assists for Heidelberg (2-0 overall, 1-0 Division I).
According to Heidelberg coach Jim McCauley, Fallon Puppolo controlled the midfield for the Lady Lions, who got stout offensive help from Leslie Campbell.
Kaiserslautern 2, ISB 1At Kaiserslautern, the Lady Raiders got goals from their most dangerous offensive players, junior Paris Cervantes and Olympic Development Program sophomore Leanna Knight, in their opening game of the season.
Coach Brant Tryon also praised the defensive work of Anna Hrushka against powerful International School of Brussels.
Lakenheath 4, Würzburg 1At Würzburg, Victoria Mansfield and Morgan Wood each registered a goal and an assist as Lakenheath improved to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in Division I.
Giessen 1, Baumholder 0Giessen got a second-half goal from Heather Martinez and good defensive work by Star Scott, Rebecca Webster, Melanie Seitz, Sasha Curry and Jasmae Salters.
Brussels 3, Menwith Hill 1At Menwith Hill, Maria Gombar scored twice for Brussels (2-0), which got excellent defense from sweeper Caitlin Quinn.
Naples 3, Milan 2At Naples, Allyson McKechnie, Brittany Trippe and Kelsey Anderson scored second-half goals as Naples improved to 2-0.