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All the Hohenfels Lady Tigers needed, as it turned out, was a change in scenery.

Hohenfels, which had been unable to score in its season-opening run of three home games, put that shoe on Ansbach’s foot Saturday, blanking the home team, 2-0, behind first-half goals from Emily Barnett and Alexis Perryman.

The Tigers were so dominant in the win that their keeper, Franziska Fenslage, was called on for just two saves. By contrast, Ansbach keeper Danielle Martin made 12.

The victory left Ansbach, which is scheduled to host Vilseck of Division I on Wednesday, with a 1-3 overall and regional mark.

Hohenfels improved to 1-3 overall, 1-2 in Region III. They are next scheduled to play at defending European D-I champion Patch on April 30.

In other soccer:

Hohenfels boys 1, Ansbach 0: Saturday at Ansbach, the Tigers’ joined their female counterparts by posting a road shutout.

Lance Howard was called on for just three saves for Hohenfels, whose defense made Andre Walker’s first-half goal stand up.

The boys play the same upcoming games as the girls: Hohenfels (2-2 overall and 2-1 in the region ) on the road against Patch and Ansbach (0-3, 0-3) at home against Vilseck.

Vilseck girls 4, Bamberg 0: Saturday at Bamberg, Malia Carson, Katie Cooper, Stephanie Ellis and Cathleen Trevino each found the net to help the Lady Falcons improve to 2-1 overall and 2-0 in Region III.

Marcella Rodriguez-Argueta assisted on two of those scores, according to Bamberg coach Shannon Wallace.

Bamberg’s defense, led by Elif Demircan and Carrie Bentley, held their D-I guests fairly well at bay in the early going of the game, which was 1-0 at halftime. But the second half was a different story.

Bamberg keeper Hanna Felliinger saved a Vilseck penalty kick, Wallace reported.

Next up for Bamberg (0-3, 0-3) is an April 30 game at Mannheim against Heidelberg. Vilseck is scheduled to play Wednesday at Ansbach.

Bamberg boys 5, Vilseck 2: Saturday at Bamberg, Tyler Lewis and I.Q. Sandod each scored twice to keep the Barons unbeaten.

Both of Lewis’ goals, which were unassisted, came in the first half as Bamberg took a 2-1 lead at intermission, according to Bamberg coach Eric Jones.

Sandod made it 3-1 in the 59th minute, but River Shank answered immediately for Vilseck to cut the gap to a single goal. Bamberg then pulled away on goals by Eric Salgado and Sandod.

Bamberg (3-0) next plays April 30 at Mannheim against Heidelberg. Next up for Vilseck (0-3, 0-2) is a Wednesday game at Ansbach.

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