HEIDELBERG, Germany — Senior quarterback T.J. Trice ran for one touchdown and passed for two Saturday as Heidelberg rolled to its fourth straight victory with a 39-12 win over Lakenheath.
Trice rushed five times for 54 yards and completed four of nine passes for 89 yards. He connected with his brother, Nick, for a 45-yard scoring play and with Brandon Hetu on a 13-yard strike.
Running back Lewis Allen rushed for 96 yards and scored a pair of TDs, and running mate Chris Jones carried seven times for 63 yards and one TD for the Lions (4-0).
Jones also made 14 tackles and two of the Lions’ four interceptions.
Lakenheath (1-3, 1-2) ran Tyler Keith 35 times for 170 yards, but lost its second straight road game.
In other Division I games on Saturday:
Wiesbaden 14, Ramstein 12
At Ramstein, Germany, backup quarterback Aaron Orr hit Mark Lewis with an 8-yard TD pass with 18 seconds left in the game to lift the Warriors (3-1, 2-1) to victory.
Lewis’ catch capped a 60-yard game-winning drive, helped along by a roughing-the-passer penalty.
Ramstein (2-2, 1-2) trailed 7-6 at halftime, but took the lead in the fourth quarter on Eric Murray’s second TD pass of the day, an 8-yarder to Paul Petersen. The pair also hooked up for a 30-yard scoring play in the second quarter.
Murray was 6-for-15 passing for 75 yards.
Wiesbaden, which scored its other touchdown on a first-quarter toss of eight yards from Steve Jewell to Paul Fry, got 93 rushing yards from fullback Dan Villareal and 61 from Shannon McCray.
Austin Izzo made 11 tackles, including three sacks. Matt Slaymaker was credited with 20 stops for Ramstein.
Würzburg 18, Kaiserslautern 13
At Würzburg, Germany, Iona Teriipaia threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes to Sal Mena as the Wolves (1-3, 1-2) won their first game of the season.
Teriipaia, who scored Würzburg’s first TD on a first-quarter sneak, found Mena on a 24-yard scoring play with 10:39 left in the game and again six minutes later for a 20-yarder.
Teriipaia was 6-for-16 passing for 114 yards, and Derrick Davis carried 24 times for 114 yards.
Kaiserslautern (1-3, 1-2) scored with one second left in the first half on a pass from Antoine Cater to Josh Bunch and went ahead with 8:41 left in the third when Josh Warren returned a fumble 24 yards for a TD.