European H.S. scoreboard for the March 22 edition
Boys soccerAFNORTH 7, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Halftime—5-0.Goals—James Perea 3, Jose Munoz 2, Aaron Black, Riley Robinson.Assists—Tobias Christmann 2, Riyad Asohali, Nick Cale, .Saves—Unavailable.Noteworthy—According to AFNORTH coach Greg Blankenship, the game’s final 37 minutes were played under the DODDS-Europe 7-goal courtesy rule. He said Cale, Black, Brock Blankenship and Vegard Dahl held a youthful Menwith Hill team to zero shots on goal.
Wiesbaden 1, SHAPE 1(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Halftime—SHAPE 1, Wiesbaden 0.Goals—SHAPE: Simone Arcamone; Wiesbaden: Logan Shelton.Assists—None reported.Saves—SHAPE unavailable; Wiesbaden (Chris Geddings) 14.Noteworthy—According to Wiesbaden coach Ben Arcila, “tough, relentless” play by defensive midfielder Allan Gray and the performance of goalkeeper Gray kept the Warriors in the game against a “very tactical, disciplined team.”
Baumholder 3, Mannheim 2(Saturday at Mannheim)Halftime—Baumholder 2, Mannheim 0.Goals—Baumholder unavailable; Mannheim: Jamal Frances, Jeff Hartke.Assists—Baumholder unavailable; Mannheim: Hartke.Saves—Baumholder unavailable; Mannheim (Zach Pollack) 7.Noteworthy—According to Gilbert Tratore of the Mannheim staff, defender Phil Cressler “won the ball consistently” for Mannheim, whose Carsten Klink “disrupted the opposition” after moving from forward to midfield at halftime.
Ramstein 1, Heidelberg 1Halftime—0-0.Goals—Heidelberg: Enrique Grandacarpio; Ramstein: Glenn Verley.Assists—Heidelberg: None reported; Ramstein: Ryan Dorofee.Saves—Heidelberg (Zach Harrington) 12; Ramstein (Tyler Shepard) 11.Noteworthy—According to Ramstein coach Dan Nukala, the Royals’ back line of Tyler Curry, Michael Erb, Neil Verley, and Kyle Hesse “was solid throughout the game. Heidelberg’s defense also played very well, with coach Perry Puppolo giving special praise to the back line. Both goalies made athletic saves to keep the game close.”
Milan 4, Naples 1(Saturday at Naples)Details unavailable.
AOSR 6, Aviano 1(Saturday at Aviano)Halftime—4-0.Goals—American Overseas School of Rome: Lorenzo Bassetti 4, Pietro Dinmore, Nick Sieben; Aviano: Robert DeWitt.Assists—None reported.Saves—AOSR (Ryan Abbadi) 9; Aviano: (Sean Wilson) 9.Noteworthy—According to Aviano coach Steve Stanley, perennial D-III power AOSR, which has won 8 European titles since 1997, brought just 11 players to the game.
Lakenheath 2, Alconbury 0(Saturday at Alconbury)Halftime—1-0.Goals—Joe Sullivan, Sean Gallegos.Assists—None reported.Saves—Lakenheath (Sean Gresham) unavailable; Alconbury (David Blose) 5.
BFA 3, Hohenfels 1(Saturday at Hohenfels)Halftime—Black Forest Academy 1, Hohenfels 1.Goals—BFA: Serge Ukety 2, Andrew Ingram; Hohenfels: BFA own goal.Assists—None reported.Saves—BFA (Joshua Hawkins 4, Luke Osbrink 5) 9, Hoehnfels (Lucas Salerno) 10.JV—BFA 4, Hohenfels 0.
ISB 4, Kaiserslautern 1(Saturday at Brussels)Halftime—International School of Brussels 3, Kaiserslautern 0.Goals—Kaiserslautern: Russell Krueger; ISB: Kaiserslautern own goal, Jumpei Mitsuhashi, Jordano Papa, Yuta Takishita.Assists—Kaiserslautern: None; ISB: Robert Brown.Saves—Kaiserslautern (James Green) 8; ISB (Nick De Jong) 2.Noteworthy—According to ISB coach Philippe Kaisin, the game came just two days after ISB’s tryouts.
Bamberg 3, Ansbach 2(Saturday at Bamberg)Halftime—Ansbach 2, Bamberg 0.Goals—Ansbach: Paul Farinosi 2; Bamberg: Tyler Lewis 3.Assists—Ansbach: None reported; Bamberg: Ian Kenney, Eric Suarez.Saves—Unavailable.Noteworthy—According to Bamberg’s Bill Schofield, each goal scorer was a freshman playing in his first varsity game. He credited senior backup goalkeeper Caleb Willis and defenders Dominick Jones and Danny Kieser for leading the decisive second-half shutout.
Patch 6, Vilseck 0(Saturday at Stuttgart)Halftime—Unavailable.Goals—Lucky Dovia 2, Shant Malhas 2, Andrew Lewis, Brandon Crytzer.Assists—None reported.Saves—Vilseck unavailable; Patch (Jacob Schoonover) 2.JV—Patch 6, Vilseck 1.
Girls soccerAFNORTH 5, Menwith Hill 0(Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands)Halftime—3-0.Goals—Stephanie Seitz 2, Kaylee Wilstead 2, Kayley Harless.Assists—Seitz 2, Wilstead.Saves—Menwith Hill (Jessica Smit) 3; AFNORTH (Katelyn Spencer) 1.Noteworthy—According to AFNORTH coach Kevin Padron, the Lions permitted just one shot on goal, a free kick. He added that Jasmine Clear, Menwith Hill’s sweeper, played a solid game.
Vilseck 4, Patch 0(Saturday at Stuttgart)Halftime—2-0.Goals—Shamyra Coleman 4.Assists—Belinda Spirrity, Tamaria Hollis, Ally Barnett.Saves—Vilseck (Stevi Hood) 26; Patch (Sarah Reynolds 2, Emily Szabo 2) 4.
Ramstein 3, Heidelberg 0(Saturday at Ramstein)Halftime—2-0.Goals—Macy Jepsen, Mackenzie Crews, Mackenzie Bannister.Assists—None.Saves—Heidelberg (Melanin Stordahl) 10; Ramstein (Emily Coard) 7.Noteworthy—According to Ramstein coach Rocardo Buitrago, Crews and Karin Mol led the shutout defense, while the Lady Royals’ midfield, led by Bannister and Laura Welch, controlled the tempo and provided “excellent” opportunities for Jepsen and her fellow striker, Natascha Fleming.JV—Heidelberg 1, Ramstein 1.
Aviano 2, AOSR 0(Saturday at Aviano)Halftime—1-0.Goals—American Overseas School of Rome own goal, Sasia Salter-Mack.Assists—None.Saves—Unavailable.Naples 7, Milan 2(Saturday at Naples)Details unavailable.
BFA 7, Hohenfels 1(Saturday at Hohenfels)Halftime—Black Forest Academy 5, Hohenfels 1.Goals—BFA: Alyssa Krause 3, Jessica Krause, Mallory Moench, Stephanie Friehe, Cameron Prenger; Hohenfels—Loisan DeLass.Assists—BFA: None reported; Hohenfels: Darien Eldred.Saves—BFA (Sarah Mindeck, Kinzie Park) 10; Hohenfels (Franziska Fenslage) 10.JV—BFA 2, Hohenfels 1.
Baumholder 4, Mannheim 1(Saturday at Mannheim)Halftime—Baumholder 3, Mannheim 1.Goals—Baumholder: Laura Bailes 2, Megan White, Katrina Alsup; Mannheim: Krystal Hartke.Assists—None reported.Saves—Baumholder (Chelsea Hall) 6; Mannheim (Tristan Ledesma) 5.Noteworthy—Loss was the first the since 2007 European tournament for the defending European D-II champs. Hall saved a penalty-kick attempt.JV—Mannheim 2, Baumholder 1.
Ansbach 2, Bamberg 2(Saturday at Bamberg)Halftime—1-1.Goals—Ansbach: Jocelyn Learn, Kylie Scheurs; Bamberg: Carrie Bentley, Sofia Engel.Assists—None reported.Saves—Ansbach (Kassie Kostnic) 15; Bamberg (Jaleesa Knuckles) 3.Lakenheath 7, Alconbury 0(Saturday at Alconbury)Halftime—4-0.Goals—Melissa Enriquez 4, Hannah Oates 2, Mercedes Prand.Assists—Molly Martin 2, Kiersten Wright, Prand.Saves—Lakenheath (Brittany Tvedt) 5; Alconbury (Cassie Brockway 9, Claire Rydzinsky 14) 23.JV—Lakenheath 5, Alconbury 0.
Wiesbaden 2, SHAPE 0(Saturday at Wiesbaden)Halftime—1-0.Goals—Jaelyn Coates, Danielle Hill.Assist—Coates.Saves—SHAPE (Ebonee DeVos) 7; Wiesbaden (Briana Morrow) 4.JV—None reported.