KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany – Ally Murphy and Rachel Hook each scored two goals Wednesday and the Kaiserslautern Red Raiders girls soccer team stayed perfect on the season with a 5-0 victory over the visiting Baumholder Bucs.In the boys game, Pablo Martinez scored in the second half and the Baumholder defense made that stand up in a 1-0 victory. The Bucs (2-0, 3-0-1 overall) took over first place in Region II with the victory, dropping the Red Raiders (2-1-1) into third behind idle Ramstein (1-0).Kaiserslautern’s girls are 4-0 after the victory and led 3-0 by halftime. Kelsey Stuhn also found the net and added an assist as did Emily Crawford and Hook. Goalkeeper Katie Jackson had six saves, including one that coach Brian Daly termed “fantastic” in the second half and earned her third shutout of the year.Daly also praised the play of Baumholder goalkeeper Frida Rocba, who had eight saves. The Bucs fell to 0-2 in Region II and 0-4 overall.Kaiserslautern boys coach Ken Robinson said each team was missing key players for the contest, but both had plenty of opportunities to score. He said his team had 15 shots on goal to Baumholder’s 13.Franck Atangana was credited with the assist that led to Martinez’s goal.The Red Raiders don’t play again until April 30 against Lakenheath. Baumholder hosts Ramstein on Saturday.