BRUSSELS, Belgium -- The Alconbury Dragons on Saturday earned their first win since restarting their football program, throttling the host Brussels Brigands 45-0 to even their DODEA-Europe Division III football record at 1-1.
The Dragons scored 21 points in the first half and 24 more in the second in the thorough victory, the first since the program emerged from a half-decade hiatus to join the six-man small-school league this fall.
Tre’von Tye totalled 202 yards and four touchdowns for the Dragons, while Spencer Swapp added a touchdown catch. Ivo Siegmist made nine tackles and Gustavo Blanchard added seven to lead the Alconbury defensive shutout.
Alconbury takes its turn on the sidelines of the seven-team league next weekend before hosting new Division III member Spangdahlem on Sept. 28.