Europe H.S. girls soccer: Aviano girls grab another 7-0 win
Aviano collected its second courtesy-rule shutout in as many outings with a 7-0 road victory Saturday over Marymount.
The Lady Saints, who got two goals and an assist from Anna Schrader and a goal and two assists by Ashley Lynch, have an aggregate score of 14-0 against Rome-based schools. Aviano opened with a 7-0 home victory over American Overseas School of Rome.
Aviano goalkeeper Lindsey Jackson preserved the shutout by saving a Marymount (0-2-1) penalty kick in the 28th minute.
In other girls games of note Saturday:
Naples 2, Sigonella 1At Sigonella, Italy, Naples rode goals from Brittany Trippe and Allyson McKechnie to the top of the American Schools in Italy League standings.
Naples is taking a 3-0 record into the break; Aviano is 2-0 in league play; Sigonella is 0-2.
Brussels 7, Alconbury 0At Brussels, Belgium, Michelle Rosas scored five goals to fuel the Lady Brigands to the III-North conference victory.
“Michelle plays center midfield,” Brussels coach Brandy Witmer said. “Our players are taught when they get ahead of the defense to cross the ball to the center of the field, where Michelle picks it up.”
Brussels is 3-0, 2-0 in the league. Alconbury, which is scoreless this season, is 0-2.
Hanau 4, Hohenfels 0At Hanau, forward Kyri Bye-Nagel scored three times, upping her total to 11 in three games.
Division II Hanau (3-0) kept Division III Hohenfels (0-2) from directing a shot on goal.
Heidelberg 2, ISB 1At Brussels, Belgium, Leslie Campbell scored twice, and a defense anchored by Julia Roberson propelled Heidelberg (3-0).
The Lady Lions are 2-0 in Division I.
Ramstein 0, Kaiserslautern 0At Kaiserslautern, the Lady Raiders held the defending European Division I champs scoreless in a game Kaiserslautern coach Brant Tryon characterized as “back-and-forth.”
The teams go into the break tied with 1-0-1 marks and trailing league-leader Heidelberg.
Wiesbaden 4, Würzburg 0At Wiesbaden, Katie Foxworth scored three goals to lead Wiesbaden to its first victory.
Ansbach 1, Baumholder 0At Ansbach, Alyecia Higgins scored a second-half goal off a feed from Jessica Koski for Ansbach (1-0). Baumholder fell to 0-2.