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Lakenheath junior Greta Gerstner lines up a shot on goal Saturday during the Lancers' 2-2 tie against the International School of Brussels. The game was halted in the in the second half by bad weather.

Lakenheath junior Greta Gerstner lines up a shot on goal Saturday during the Lancers' 2-2 tie against the International School of Brussels. The game was halted in the in the second half by bad weather. (Ben Murray / S&S)

Lakenheath junior Greta Gerstner lines up a shot on goal Saturday during the Lancers' 2-2 tie against the International School of Brussels. The game was halted in the in the second half by bad weather.

Lakenheath junior Greta Gerstner lines up a shot on goal Saturday during the Lancers' 2-2 tie against the International School of Brussels. The game was halted in the in the second half by bad weather. (Ben Murray / S&S)

ISB's defense tries to keep the ball away from the goal Saturday during the Raiders' 2-2 tie with Lakenheath.

ISB's defense tries to keep the ball away from the goal Saturday during the Raiders' 2-2 tie with Lakenheath. (Ben Murray / S&S)

Lauren Brousseau scored twice Saturday as Heidelberg edged Ramstein 3-2 to claim the Division I regular-season soccer crown.

“They’re good,” Heidelberg coach Jim McCauley said of Ramstein after his team improved to 7-0 overall and 6-0 in D-1. “They passed the ball really well.”

Rebecca Breedlove scored both goals for defending European Division I champ Ramstein (5-1-1, 4-1-1), which got outstanding midfield play from Lauren Williams, Jenny Rindfleicsh and Melissa Hirzel, according to McCauley.

He also praised his middle contingent of Sarah Knapp, Fallon Puppolo, Julia Roberson and Ana Anger. “Both teams were strong in the midfield,” McCauley said. “There was a lot of competition for the ball.”

Heidelberg will be the top-seed in this week’s European Division I tournament Wednesday through Saturday at Ramstein.

In other girls games of note Saturday:

Patch 1, Hanau 1: At Vaihingen, Germany, Hanau’s All-Europe striker Kyri Bye-Nagel and Patch’s Kate Farasca each scored second-half goals.

Patch, the defending European Division II champion, clinched the Division II-South crown. Patch finished the season 6-1 overall and 5-0-1 in the league. Hanau is 5-1-1, 4-1-1.

Mannheim 5, AFNORTH 1: At Brunssum, Netherlands, Kelsey Chavarria scored three goals to lift the Lady Bison to the II-North league crown.

Mannheim (5-0-2 overall, 4-0-2 league) will be vying for the No. 1 seed in this week’s Division II tournament with Italy champion Aviano, which completed its perfect season with a victory at Vicenza.

Aviano 7, Vicenza 0: At Vicenza, Stephanie Patrick scored three goals and assisted on another for the Italy champions, who got two goals from Stephanie’s sister, Brittany.

Anna Schrader added a goal and two assists for Aviano (6-0).

Hohenfels 7, Ansbach 0: At Ansbach, Vaneesa Velez scored five times to lift the Tigers to the III-South crown.

Lois Ann Delass scored twice for Hohenfels, which tied Bamberg in the points race at 3-0-1, but won on goal-differential in conference games, 9-7. The two tied their league game 2-2.

ISB 2, Lakenheath 2: At Lakenheath, lightning and hail led officials to call the game five minutes into the second half.

Josie Perez scored both goals for Lakenheath (3-3-1, 2-3-1). ISB finished the season 3-3-1, 2-3-1.

Wiesbaden 1, Kaiserslautern 1: At Kaisersalutern, Amanda Bryant’s goal nailed down the Division I tie for the visiting Lady Warriors.

Soccer summariesDivision I

ISB 2, Lakenheath 2

(Saturday at Lakenheath)

Halftime—International School of Brussels 2, Lakenheath 2

Goals—ISB: Mimi Bergman, Lydia Gray; Lakenheath: Josie Perez 2.

Assists—ISB: None reported; Lakenheath: Brittany Latham.

Saves—ISB (Sophia Helsham) 2, Lakenheath (Anne Marie Pontius) 6.

Noteworthy—Game called because of hail and lightning 5 minutes into second half. ISB and Lakenheath are both 3-3-1 overall, 2-3-1 in D-1.

Heidelberg 3, Ramstein 2

(Saturday at Heidelberg)

Halftime—Heidelberg 1, Ramstein 0

Goals—Ramstein: Rebecca Breedlove 2; Heidelberg: Lauren Brousseau 2, Leslie Campbell.

Assists—Ramstein: None reported; Heidelberg: Ana Anger.

Saves—Ramstein (Dallas Norman) 9, Heidelberg (Anna Reiniecke) 16.

Noteworthy—Heidelberg (7-0, 6-0) took regular-season title and top seed for this week’s European D-1 tournament. Defending European champion Ramstein is 5-1-1, 4-1-1 and will be the No. 2 seed.

JV—Ramstein 1, Heidelberg 0.

Kaiserslautern 1, Wiesbaden 1

(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)

Halftime—0-0

Goals—Wiesbaden: Amanda Bryant; Kaisersalutern: Unavailable.

Assists—None reported.

Saves—Wiesbaden (Katie Foxworth 7, Katrice Jameson 9) 16, Kaiserslautern unavailable.

Noteworthy—Wiesbaden completed regular season 1-4-2 overall and 1-4-1 in D-1. Kaiserslautern is 3-1-2 overall and in D-1.

Division II

Mannheim 5, AFNORTH 1

(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)

Halftime—Mannheim 4, AFNORTH 0

Goals—Mannheim: Kelsey Chavarria 3, Tayeshia Jackson, Jacky Wallace; AFNORTH: Maddie Westerfield.

Assists—Mannheim: Brooke Couch 2, Wallace; AFNORTH: None reported.

Saves—Mannheim (Becky Case) 27, AFNORTH (Devora Ortega) 11.

Bitburg 2, SHAPE 0

(Saturday at Bitburg)

Halftime—Unavailable.

Goals—Jackie Ventric, Sidnei Banks.

Assists—None reported.

Saves—Unavailable.

Noteworthy—Bitburg completed regular season 2-3-2 overall, 2-2-2 in II-North; SHAPE finished 0-4-2 overall and in II-North. Both will play in European D-2 tournament.

Hanau 1, Patch 1

(Saturday at Vaihingen, Germany)

Halftime—0-0

Goals—Hanau: Kyrie Bye-Nagel; Patch: Kate Farasca

Assists—None.

Saves—Hanau (Fei Oloi) 15, Patch (Joi Strandhagen) 10..

Noteworthy—Defending European D-2 champ Patch clinched II-South league crown with 5-1-1 overall record, 5-0-1 league mark. Hanau is 5-1-1, 4-1-1.

BFA 2, Vilseck 2

(Saturday at Kandern, Germany)

Halftime—Vilseck 1, Black Forest Academy 0

Goals—Vilseck: Becky Linka 2; BFA: Alyssa Krause 2.

Assists—None reported.

Saves—Vilseck (Latoya Brunson) 11, BFA (Stephanie Zub) 10.

Noteworthy—Vilseck finished 0-5-1 overall and in II-South. BFA is 1-5-1, 1-4-1.

Division III

Hohenfels 7, Ansbach 0

(Saturday at Ansbach)

Halftime—Hohenfels 4, Ansbach 0

Goals—Vanessa Velez 5, Lois Ann Delass 2

Assists—Delass 3, Re Dawn Washington, Jan Tietras.

Saves—Hohenfels (Vanessa Turner) 6, Ansbach (Kassia Kostelnik) 7.

Noteworthy—Alyecia Higgins had 8 shots on goal for Ansbach (1-3 overall, and III-South). Hohenfels will take 2-4, 1-3 marks into this week’s Division III tournament.

Giessen 2, Baumholder 2

(Saturday at Baumholder)

Halftime—Giessen 1, Baumholder 0.

Goals—Giessen: Heather Martinez, Melanie Seitz; Baumholder: Marie Lampe, Allison Deane.

Assists—Giessen: Seitz; Baumholder: None reported.

Saves—Giessen (Jamila Knight) 3, Baumholder (Katrina Alsup 3, Jessica Jerles 3) 6.

Noteworthy—Baumholder is 1-4-1 overall, 0-3-1 III-South mark entering D-3 tournament; Giessen will enter D-4 event 3-3-1 overall, 1-3-1 in III-South.

Alconbury 2, Menwith Hill 0

(Thursday at Alconbury)

Halftime—2-0

Goals—Kristine Fernandez, Malia Haffner.

Assists—Keaghan Kelly, Teresa Datar.

Saves—Menwith Hill (Marissa Gimmy) 3, Alconbury unavailable.

Noteworthy—According to Alconbury sponsor David Claassen, Alconbury (1-5, 1-1) got outstanding defense from stopper Jelliz Callata, and Menwith Hill (1-3-1, 0-1-1) received the same from Crystal Smith.

Italy

Aviano 7, Vicenza 0

(Saturday at Vicenza)

Halftime—Aviano 2, Vicenza 0

Goals—Stephanie Patrick 3, Brittrany Patrick 2, Sasia Salter-Mack, Anna Schrader.

Assists—Schrader 2, S. Patrick.

Saves—Unavailable.

Noteworthy—Aviano finished regular season 6-0 and will play in the Division II tournament. Vicenza, which will compete in Division III, is 0-4-2.

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