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Manhheim's Jennifer Amos, left, and Wiesbaden's Emma Curtsinger fight for the ball in DODDS-Europe action on Saturday. Mannheim beat Wiesbaden 3-0.
Manhheim's Jennifer Amos, left, and Wiesbaden's Emma Curtsinger fight for the ball in DODDS-Europe action on Saturday. Mannheim beat Wiesbaden 3-0. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Manhheim's Jennifer Amos, left, and Wiesbaden's Emma Curtsinger fight for the ball in DODDS-Europe action on Saturday. Mannheim beat Wiesbaden 3-0.
Manhheim's Jennifer Amos, left, and Wiesbaden's Emma Curtsinger fight for the ball in DODDS-Europe action on Saturday. Mannheim beat Wiesbaden 3-0. (Michael Abrams / S&S)
Mannheim's Alanna Crockwell, left, passes off to a teammate in front of Wiesbaden's Danielle Lewis in DODDS-Europe soccer action on Saturday.
Mannheim's Alanna Crockwell, left, passes off to a teammate in front of Wiesbaden's Danielle Lewis in DODDS-Europe soccer action on Saturday. (Michael Abrams / S&S)

On a day that saw five girls score three goals or more in DODDS-Europe socccer games, Baumholder junior Katrina Alsup went the others a couple of goals better.

Alsup scored five times Saturday as the Lady Bucs blanked Alconbury 7-0.

Baumholder (1-2-0), a Division III team coming off consecutive shutout defeats at the hands of D-I schools, also got a goal and an assist each from Marie Lampe and Brianna Scott.

Alconbury of D-IV, which according to Baumholder coach Samuel Alsup ended the game after their keeper was injured in the second half, is 0-2-0.

In other girls games of note Saturday:

Mannheim 3, Wiesbaden 0: At Wiesbaden, Alanna Crockwell, assisted twice by Anna Cressler, scored all three goals as the unbeaten Lady Bison (3-0-0) claimed a Region III victory.

Crockwell struck for two scores in the first half as Mannheim collected its second shutout of the season behind goalkeeper Tristin Ledesma.

Vilseck 5, Hohenfels 2: At Hohenfels, Shamyra Coleman scored three times — all in the first half — and assisted on Vilseck’s other scores.

Thea Dunn and Eileen Jones scored off feeds from Coleman as the Falcons, Europe’s defending D-II champs, improved to 1-0-1 overall and 1-0-0 in Region IV.

Hohenfels, which got its scores from Loisann DeLass and Ashley Deane, lost for the first time. The Lady Tigers are 2-1-0 overall and 0-1-0 in Regiona IV.

SHAPE 3, Brussels 1: At SHAPE, Belgium, Evridiki Nalmpanti scored three goals in the first half as the Lady Spartans of D-II (2-1-0, 1-1 Region I) handed the two-time defending European D-IV champ its first loss.

BFA 5, Hanau 0: At Hanau, Alyssa Krause of Black Forest Academy scored three goals against Hanau.

Ellyn Purpero assisted on two of the scores for BFA (1-2-0, 1-0-0 Region III). Hanau is 0-3-0 overall and in Region III.

ISB 1, Kaiserslautern 1: At Kaiserslautern, All-Europeans Liana Knight of Kaiserslautern and Lydia Gray of International School of Brussels matched second-half goals as both teams remained unbeaten. Knight scored her third goal in three days 23 minutes into the second half. Gray scored three minutes later.

The tie left K-town, coming off Thursday’s 4-0 victory over Baumholder, with a 2-0-2 overall record. ISB is 1-0-1.

On a day that saw five girls score three goals or more in DODDS-Europe socccer games, Baumholder junior Katrina Alsup went the others a couple of goals better.

Alsup scored five times Saturday as the Lady Bucs blanked Alconbury 7-0.

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