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Mannheim rode Tia Rosenstein’s two goals and Heather Cornell’s two assists to a 6-0 victory over winless Würzburg on Saturday to clinch the girls Division II-South regular-season soccer championship.

Mannheim (4-1), which won the II-North title last season, wrapped up its latest crown when Vilseck, which surprised Mannheim 4-0 at home the previous Saturday, played Black Forest Academy to a scoreless draw on the road on Saturday.

The tie left both teams 2-1-2 in conference play. Even if BFA defeats Mannheim on Saturday and Vilseck knocks off Würzburg, neither can catch the Lady Bison.

In other games:

SHAPE 1, AFNORTH 0: Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands, fullback Kacie Kappenman posted four saves, one more than her keeper, Kate Olsen, to make Kirsten Schunk’s goal stand up.

The victory clinched the Division II-North title.

Patch 2, Lakenheath 1: At RAF Lakenheath, England on Saturday, Patch, last year’s Division II champs elevated to Division I this season, stayed in the hunt in the D-I race thanks to goals from Zoey Call and Kate Frasca.

The victory put Patch at 3-1-1 in league play with a home game remaining Saturday against International School of Brussels.

Patch is chasing Ramstein, which took a 3-0-1 record into its game Saturday at ISB, and Kaiserlautern, which won at Wiesbaden on Saturday to improve to 3-0-2. Patch must win and hope for Ramstein and Kaiserslautern to tie their game Saturday at Ramstein to have a shot at the league crown.

Hohenfels 2, Bamberg 0: At Bamberg Friday, Lois Ann DeLass and Jen Petras provided the scoring as the Lady Tigers (5-1-0) set up a showdown Saturday against Hanau to decide the Division III-South title.

Hanau, idle this weekend, downed Hohenfels 3-0 March 24 in Hanau and is 5-0-0 against D-III schools.

Giessen 7, Ansbach 0: At Giessen on Friday, the Lady Griffins won their final home athletic competition of any kind behind two goals each from Sarai Berrios, Cynthia Singer and Melanie Seitz. Giessen is scheduled to close at the end of the school year.

Giessen coach Edwina Smith credited her midfield of Tiana Benjamin, Taylor Messinger and Janet O’Brienfor the victory.

Giessen finished 3-3; Ansbach takes a 1-5 mark into its final game Saturday at Bamberg.

Sigonella 5, Vicenza 1: At Aviano, Italy on Saturday, the Jaguars broke open a game they led just 1-0 at halftime behind second-half goals from freshmen Denise Patron, Aleacia Dizon and LeiLei Bulado, according to their coach, Shawn McCarthy.

Vicenza managed to field just nine players for the contest, McCarthy said, but two of them from the same family, Crystal and Jessica Buhler, kept things close until after intermission.

Aviano 1, Sigonella 0: Friday at Aviano, the Saints finished their American Schools in Italy League regular season 4-1-1 behind Brittany Patrick’s second-half goal on a rain-soaked field.

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