All-Europe standout John Arnold assisted on three of the Warriors’ goals Saturday as Wiesbaden cruised past host Baumholder 5-0.
Dennis Ringgold and Dhillon Tisdale scored two goals apiece and Asante Lattimore added another for Wiesbaden. Charlie Hill and Devan Tisdale added assists for the dynamic Warrior offense.
The Wiesbaden defense kept up its side of the bargain behind a seven-save shutout from goalkeeper Nick Reid.
Baumholder keeper Desante Brown persevered through the Warrior onslaught, posting 16 saves.
Victims of a dramatic Heidelberg comeback last weekend, the Warriors improve to an even 1-1 with the win.
Heidelberg 6, Schweinfurt 0: At Heidelberg, the Lions continued a ferocious start to their final season.
Zach Parsons scored two goals and Andrew Guelle notched a goal and two assists to headline a long list of Heidelberg contributors. The Lion defense kept Schweinfurt’s co-ed squad well out of striking distance, necessitating just three saves from solid goalkeeper Justin Hunter.
The Lions enter spring break with a flawless 3-0 record and an impressive total of 20 goals scored on the young season.
Kaiserslautern 4, Vilseck 1: At Kaiserslautern, the Red Raiders dispatched a visiting Division I rival.
Ryan Rimmler scored a goal in each half, Eric Robinson and Stephen Adjei added a goal apiece and goalkeeper Anthony Walker made 10 saves in a well-rounded win.
Sage Thornbrugh staved off the shutout with a first-half goal for the Falcons.
Lakenheath 3, Alconbury 1: Friday at Alconbury, the Lancers built a 2-0 halftime lead en route to victory.
Jacob Griffin scored twice and Glenn Jones once as Lakenheath broke the two-game losing streak that started its season. Jeff Black converted a penalty kick for the Dragons’ lone score.