Girls soccer roundup
Panthers, Warriors win big in different ways
By STARS AND STRIPES Published: March 24, 2019
Most of the weekend’s DODEA-Europe girls soccer matches followed a similar script: remarkable individual performances leading to lopsided victories for the star’s team.
Stuttgart 6, Ramstein 1: Saturday at Stuttgart, Lilly Lakich and Victoria Antoine scored two goals apiece as the reigning champions earned a statement win over a tough Division I challenger.
Bettina Wagner and Liv Sullens scored a goal each for Stuttgart, while Reagan Treichel and Mia Mosby notched assists.
Alexis Tri scored to avoid a Ramstein shutout.
Wiesbaden 9, Kaiserslautern 1: Saturday at Wiesbaden, Warriors star Erin Goodman produced a monster stat line of six goals and two assists, participating in all but one of her team’s goals in the season’s finest individual performance to date.
Goodman wasn’t the only standout for the Warriors. Jade Anderson had a goal and two assists, while Greta Lambert scored two goals.
Naples 7, Sigonella 0: Saturday at Naples, Roxanne Sasse scored three goals to headline the Division I Wildcats’ shutout over the Division III Jaguars.
Sydney Mills, Thalia Galindo, Abigail Houseworth and Victoria Sasse each added a goal for Naples, while Riley Howland posted a shutout in goal.
Elsewhere in Italy, Vicenza and Marymount played to a 0-0 tie. Kate Hunter made seven saves in Vicenza’s shutout, while Marymount counterpart Romana Bardetti made a late save to preserve her team’s side of the scoreless game.
Spangdahlem 5, Baumholder 0: Friday at Spangdahlem, Chloe Smith scored four goals to pace the Sentinel shutout.
Chesney Tieyah provided the other goal for Spangdahlem, which is targeting a Division III title this spring after realignment ended its Division II reign.