Stuttgart picks up scoring in second day in italy
Blowout wins for Stuttgart and Naples brought an unceremonious end to the two-day, four-school Division I girls soccer meet held over the weekend at Vicenza. That event, along with a Division II version in Aviano, headlined a busy slate of girls soccer action as the tournament looms just a month away.
Stuttgart 6, Vicenza 0: Saturday at Vicenza, the Panthers snuffed out the home team’s momentum with an overwhelming performance.
Tatyana Garcia scored a pair of goals and Callie McGurk, Annika Seifart, Trinity Leahy and Madison Barta added a goal apiece in the onslaught.
Stuttgart built a 2-0 lead at the intermission before really pouring it on after halftime.
Vicenza continued a strong start Friday with an 8-1 rout of Vilseck, finishing with a win and a loss in the four-school Division I meet it hosted over the weekend.
Naples 5, Vilseck 0: Saturday at Vicenza, the Wildcats bounced back from a shutout loss by inflicting the same on the Falcons.
Naples, a 1-0 loser to Stuttgart on Friday, hung three first-half goals on Vilseck and tacked on two more unanswered scores after halftime.
Thalia Galindo led the Wildcats with a pair of goals, while Roxanne Sasse, Sydney Millis and Genesis Torrent also found the net. Katherine Abresch made all five saves demanded of her in goal.
Black Forest 7, Baumholder 0: Saturday at Kandern, Germany, the Falcons blanked the overmatched Bucs.
Amanda Van Zomeren scored three goals to pace the Falcons, while Natalie Wagner, Clara Hill, Debbie Widmer and Isabella Malek each contributed a goal apiece to the cause.
Spangdahlem 6, Alconbury 2: Saturday at Alconbury, Emma Passig scored four goals to power the Sentinels’ blowout win.
Passig’s relentless offense helped Spangdahlem break open a game that was tied at a goal apiece at halftime.
Amanda Zubowicz and Chloe Smith added scores for the Sentinels, while Victoria Flores and Allison Diamond scored for Alconbury.
AFNORTH breaks even: The AFNORTH Lions came away from a busy weekend on the pitch with neither a win or a loss to show for it.
On Friday, the Lions played host Alconbury to a 1-1 tie after a scoreless first half. Kyla Kolosky scored for the Lions, while teammate Rachel Lee made 14 saves in goal to limit Alconbury to a single score by Flores.
On Saturday, AFNORTH and host Lakenheath tied 1-1 at the end of a scoreless second half. Amanda Stacy delivered the goal for the hometown Lancers.
Wiesbaden 8, Hohenfels 1: Saturday at Hohenfels, the defending champion Warriors dismantled the overwhelmed Tigers.
Peggy Sue Mathis produced four goals and added an assist for Wiesbaden, while Audrey Merhar totaled two assists and a goal in support.
Wiesbaden returns to Division I competition over the next two weekends with games against Lakenheath and Kaiserslautern. Division III Hohenfels faces a more comparable opponent next weekend in Division II Spangdahlem.
Sigonella 3, Florence 0: Saturday at Sigonella, the home team cruised to a shutout win.
Alex Garcia scored two goals and assisted Cecilia Warren on the other, while Sam Sanders made 11 saves in a perfect outing in goal.