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Shape's Andreas Skotheim gets the ball away from Vilseck's Aaron Vernon during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands.
Shape's Andreas Skotheim gets the ball away from Vilseck's Aaron Vernon during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands. (Jack Higbee / DODDS-Europe)
Shape's Andreas Skotheim gets the ball away from Vilseck's Aaron Vernon during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands.
Shape's Andreas Skotheim gets the ball away from Vilseck's Aaron Vernon during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands. (Jack Higbee / DODDS-Europe)
Shape's Rafael Martin tries to bend a shot around Vilseck midfielder Aaron Vernon (not shown) during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands.
Shape's Rafael Martin tries to bend a shot around Vilseck midfielder Aaron Vernon (not shown) during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands. (Jack Higbee / DODDS-Europe)
Shape's Andreas Skotheim (left) battles Vilseck's Chris Lamp during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands. In back is Shape defender Alexander Martinez.
Shape's Andreas Skotheim (left) battles Vilseck's Chris Lamp during Saturday's Division II soccer championship at Brunssum, Netherlands. In back is Shape defender Alexander Martinez. (Jack Higbee / DODDS-Europe)

SHAPE got two goals from Max Dendal in a 4-2 victory over Vilseck in the boys Division II soccer championship at the AFNORTH field in Brunssum, Netherlands.

It was the second straight championship for the Spartans, who defeated Hanau in a shootout in last year’s final.

Fernando Labandeira and Oeystein Skotheim also scored for the Spartans. Rafael Martin has two assists and Dendal added another for the victors.

Vilseck, which trailed 3-2 at hafltime, got goals from Paul Tooms and John Reilly. Wally Gaffney, Steven Tracy and Chris Lamp recorded assists.

Shape goalkeeper Even Fillman ended with eight saves, while Vilseck netminder Kevin Pollock turned back 18 shots.

Vilseck made it to the championship game after entering the tournament with a 1-3-1 record.

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