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The drought ended in a flood of points Saturday as Alconbury stopped Brussels 42-0 in a Division IV high school football game at Brussels. "We hadn’t won a game since 2005," Alconbury coach Duke Eidt said by telephone Saturday. "Oddly, we beat Brussels that time, too."

Devin Pryor handled the biggest load for the Dragons (1-1 overall and D-IV). He scored four touchdowns, three on runs of 31, 74 and 10 yards, according to Eidt, and returned a punt 42 yards for a TD. In a game that was called at halftime by the 39-point courtesy rule, he exploited the spaces created by the nine-man game to rush six times for 180 yards.

Kerry Kuheana ran 30 yards for a TD, and quarterback Jimmy Luong tossed a touchdown pass to Greg Pettiway for the Dragons.

According to coach Joe Fiedler, Mike Seely made four tackles and carried eight times for 30 yards for Brussels (0-2, 0-2).

"We felt like we had the potential to be a good team even after what happened against Rota (a 40-6 loss the previous Saturday)," Eidt said. "We worked hard last week to improve. We’re excited to have the monkey off our backs."

In other D-III and D-IV games Saturday:

Vicenza 58, Hohenfels 6: At Hohenfels, quarterback Mickey Stoner passed for two touchdowns and ran for one for the Cougars (2-0 overall, 1-0 Division III).

Nicholas S. Williams caught both of Stoner’s scoring passes. Kyle Kaus ran for two touchdowns, and Nicholas X. Williams, Reggie Sweede and Sam Pemberton each ran for a touchdown as the Cougars amassed 400 yards of total offense, according to Hohenfels coach Ed Lynch.

James Erickson, with 12 unassisted tackles, and Isaia Vimoto, with 10 solo stops, led the Vicenza defense, which got two sacks from Taylor Touzinsky.

Tim Salerno found Miguel Chestnut with a 35-yard first-quarter TD pass for Hohenfels (0-2, 0-2).

AFNORTH 55, Sigonella 10: At Sigonella, Brock Blankenship rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns in just three quarters as the Lions went to 2-0 in D-III.

E.J. Ruiz, who finished with 117 rushing yards, ran for the first three TDs of the game for AFNORTH. He covered 65, 45 and 19 yards on the scores.

Horace Windham returned a kickoff 85 yards for Sig’s TD.

Baumholder at Bamberg: Division III Baumholder and D-II Bamberg of D-II were playing a night game Saturday.

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