Shamyra Coleman scored three times Saturday as Vilseck toppled perennial power Patch with a 3-2 road victory in girls soccer.
Patch, which had blanked Heidelberg 3-0 and Ansbach 5-0 in its previous two outings, trailed 2-0 at halftime. Zoe Call and Heidi Heber found the net in the second half for the Lady Panthers, but Coleman’s third strike of the day proved decisive.
Both teams are 2-1-0 overall; Vilseck took the Region IV lead at 2-0-0. Patch is 1-1-0 in the regional race.
Patch was the only unbeaten girls team to fall Saturday as the International School of Brussels, Ramstein, Kaiserslautern, Mannheim and Marymount all avoided defeat.
In other girls games:
Heidelberg 0, Kaiserslautern 0: Saturday at Heidelberg, each team missed at least one good scoring chance to change the scoreboard. According to Heidelberg coach Jin McCauley, Kaiserslautern just missed on a free-kick try at the Heidelberg goal, and Heidelberg’s Lauren Brosseau passed the ball to an open teammate in front of the K-town net only to have the finish go awry.
The tie left K-town at 2-0-3 and Heidelberg at 2-1-1 overall and unbeaten in its last three games.
ISB 3, Menwith Hill 0: Saturday at Menwith Hill, Lydia Gray, Sophie Earll and Mimi Bergman all scored as European D-I contender International School of Brussels posted its second shutout victory of the season. The Raiders also have a 1-1 tie with unbeaten Kaiserslautern.
Ramstein 2, AFNORTH 1: Saturday at Brunssum, Netherlands, the defending European Division I champions edged their D-III foe in a game for which no details were available at presstime. Ramstein is 3-0-1 overall.
Mannheim 3, Hanau 0: Saturday at Mannheim, the Lady Bison won their fourth game of the season with their third shutout.
Alanna Crockwell scored twice for Mannheim (4-0-0, 2-0-0 in Region III), which is to visit neighborhood rival Heidelberg on Saturday. The Lady Bison close out their regular season with home games against Würzburg and Black Forest Academy.
Marymount 7, Singonella 0: Friday at Rome, Rebecca Carrarrini drilled home two goals as the unbeaten Royals improved to 3-0-0 via the courtesy rule victory.
SHAPE 2, Lakenheath 1: Friday at SHAPE, Belgium, Evridiki Nalmpanti scored one in each half to boost the Lady Spartans (3-1-0 overall).
Dominique Anduaga-Arias had an assist for SHAPE and according to her coach, Shawn Whitehurst, dominated the midfield in this Region I game. Alanna Stock scored Lakenheath’s goal.
Lakenheath bounced back on Saturday, blanking two-time European D-IV champ Brussels 2-0 behind goals from Hanna Oates and Arielle Buffett. The Lady Lancers improved to 1-2-0.