Hohenfels, behind the running of Stephen Washington and the passing of Jason Parks, downed Giessen 39-8 Saturday at Giessen to remain unbeaten in Division III.

Washington ran for two touchdowns and 180 yards on 11 carries, and Parks, a four-year starter, completed four of seven passes for 81 yards, including an 11-yard TD to Damion Odum.

Hohenfels (3-0) also got a TD on a 75-yard kickoff return from Suny Byon. On defense, the Tigers were led by B.J. Denson’s 11 tackles and two sacks.

Giessen (1-2) got its only score on an 11-yard run by Cedrick Williams. C.J. Battle had 125 rushing yards on 21 tries, and Tim Battle had 112 yards on 4-of-6 passing.

In other Division III games on Saturday:

Bamberg 18, Sigonella 0At Bamberg, Marvin Gholston ran for one TD and passed for another as the Barons (2-1) rebounded from the previous week’s loss to record-setting Ansbach.

Gholston ran 8 yards for his score, and passed 10 yards to Brandon McCoy for the other TD. Gholston completed three of six passes for 68 yards.

T’Andre Stuckey, who rushed 16 times for 164 yards, also scored on a run as the Barons posted all their points in the first quarter.

Julian Siapno recovered two fumbles for Sigonella (0-3), but the Jaguars could do little against a Bamberg defense led by Adam Worrell’s 11 tackles, two sacks each from Josh Franks and John Orton, and interceptions by T.J. Mitchell, Brandon McCoy and Neicko Cobbins.

Mike Petty managed 89 yards rushing on nine carries for Sigonella. Teammate B.J. Washington added 38 yards rushing and returned an interception 35 yards.

AFNORTH 24, Brussels 13At Brunssum, Jared Waters rushed for 293 yards and three TDs as the Lions (3-0) remained atop the III-North standings.

The outburst increased Waters’ total for the season to 887 yards on 63 carries, a 14.1-yard average.

Sascha Miller carried 11 times for 107 yards and scored the other AFNORTH touchdown. On defense, he recovered two fumbles and had a sack.

Brussels (1-2) got 82 yards on 13 rushes by Eric Popp and 52 yards on nine carries by Matt Parker. Bryan Harris led the Brussels defense with 19 tackles; Parker had 17 and Brandon Pierce 13.

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