RAMSTEIN AB, Germany — A burst of offense with five minutes left in the second overtime Friday gave the Ramstein boys a 2-1 Division I high school soccer victory over Wiesbaden.

The Royals’ Jonathan Munoz outraced Warriors sweeper Will Swingle to a deep lob off the foot of Zach Sheppard and chipped the ball over the head of onrushing Wiesbaden goalkeeper Nate Post for the winning goal in the Division I conference opener for both teams.

Sheppard put an extra bit of effort into the play, winning the ball on the sideline at the center line, then dribbling toward the middle of the field before launching a high through ball down the center of the field.

“I knew if I got to the ball, I could send Munoz downfield,” Sheppard said. “He made a great finish.”

The teams’ defenses were so proficient that Munoz’s goal was the only score that didn’t come off a set play.

Wiesbaden captain Paul Cambrook had given the Warriors a 1-0 lead 10 minutes into the game when he hammered home a free kick from 35 meters out, only to see Ramstein’s Pablo Pagliani thump home a free kick for an almost identical score just three minutes later. The defense took over from there.

Wiesbaden’s defensive charge was led by Scott Pangrazzi, who vigorously disrupted anything Ramstein tried to create down its right wing.

On the other side, Ted Lehman, Rob Modlin and Dan Michael kept most of the pressure off goalkeeper Justin Mackey, particularly late in the game. Mackey did, however, have to make 14 saves, three of them in overtime.

In games of note Saturday:

London Central 5, Giessen 1

GIESSEN, Germany — Brenna Gallagher continued her assault on Division III’s male goalkeepers by scoring two goals in London Central’s III-North triumph.

Gallagher’s tallies allowed her to keep pace with teammate John Wigandt for the team scoring lead. Each player has scored four times in London Central’s two lopsided victories this season. Wigandt also scored twice Saturday.

Alex Laverty also scored for London Central, which has outscored its two opponents this season by a combined score of 13-1, and which got a stellar performance, offensively and defensively, from right midfielder Pete Williams, according to coach Fredo Ontiveros.

Heidelberg 3, ISB 0

HEIDELBERG, Germany — Xavier Otero and Kevin Thorne each had a goal and an assist as five-time defending European boys champion Heidelberg turned back International School of Brussels.

The Heidelberg offense peppered ISB goalkeeper Woody Harrelson all afternoon. Harrelson made 16 saves, but the scrambles brought about by the barrage also produced an own-goal for Heidelberg by the ISB defense.

Hohenfels 7, Bad Aibling 1

HOHENFELS, Germany — Patrick Davis scored four goals and assisted on another as the Hohenfels Tigers defeated Bad Ailbing for the second time this season.

Robert Bouknight, Zach Hoeh and Kevin Brown registered the other goal for Hohenfels, which blanked Bad Aibling 4-0 on this same field two weeks ago in a game designated as nonconference.

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