Championship rematch a no contest for rolling Ramstein
Stars and Stripes
STUTTGART, Germany – An anticipated DODDS-Europe Division I title-game rematch offered only proof of the reigning champion’s might.
Ramstein routed host Patch 51-0 on Saturday, running its own record to 3-0 while sending the Panthers further into the Division I basement with their third loss in as many games this season.
The points came in a variety of ways for Ramstein.
On the ground, Robert Navarro rushed nine times for 51 yards and a touchdown, while Tevin Johnson went 49 yards on eight carries and scored a touchdown of his own.
Through the air, Lucas Mireles and Navarro each threw for a Royals touchdown.
Defensively, Gabriel Moreno and Johnny Pack each returned interceptions for touchdowns.
The cumulative effect was a rout for the Royals, who beat Patch 26-7 to win the 2012 Division I crown last November.