Aviano clinched its fifth straight American Schools in Italy League girls championship Saturday with a 5-0 victory at Milan.
All-Europe sophomore Anna Schrader scored three times and Brittany Patrick twice for the champions. Each player also assisted on one of each other’s goals.
In other girls games of note on Saturday:
Mannheim 3, SHAPE 0At Mannheim, Germany, Jackie Wallace scored twice and Kelsey Chavarria once as the Lady Bison stayed unbeaten.
“We got an outstanding team effort on both ends of the field,” coach John Crockett said about his Lady Bison, who will carry a 4-0-2 overall mark and 3-0-2 Division II-North record into their regular season finale this Saturday at AFNORTH.
SHAPE fell to 0-3-2.
AFNORTH 2, Bitburg 0At Brunssum, Netherlands, Maddie Westerfield tallied a goal and an assist and Devora Ortega made 21 saves as the Lions improved to 3-1-2 overall, 2-1-2 in II-North.
Bitburg fell to 1-2-2 in the league and out of contention for the league crown. AFNORTH can claim the league crown with a victory this Saturday against Mannheim; a tie or Mannheim victory gives the Lady Bison the title.
Giessen 2, Wiesbaden 0At Giessen, Germany, sisters Katherine and Melanie Seitz each scored to boost the Division IV Griffins over their guests from Division I.
The victory evened Giessen’s overall record at 3-3. Wiesbaden fell to 1-5.
Patch 3, Vilseck 1At Vilseck, Germany, Sally Hogan scored a goal and assisted on one as the Lady Panthers improved to 5-0 in Division II-South.
Tamaria Hollis, off a feed from Stevie Hood, scored for Vilseck (0-5 overall and in II-South).
Naples 2, Vicenza 0At Naples, Italy, Kelsey Anderson scored both goals as Naples closed out its regular season 4-1-1.
Vicenza fell to 0-3-2.
Bamberg 5, Ansbach 0At Bamberg, Germany, Brittany Fiscus scored four goals as the Lady Barons (4-0-1, 3-0-1) clinched at least a tie for the III-South regular-season crown. They close out their regular season this Saturday by hosting Würzburg of Division I.
Ansbach fell to 1-2.
Hohenfels 2, Baumholder 0At Hohenfels, Germany, Lois Ann Delass and Jan Pietra found the net as the Tigers improved to 2-0-1 in III-South.
A victory at Ansbach this Saturday would tie Hohenfels with Bamberg for the III-South lead.