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STUTTGART, Germany – The Patch Panthers maintained their place in a first-place tie in the Division I standings Saturday with a 46-6 victory over the visiting Kaiserslautern Red Raiders.Austin Lemay passed for one touchdown and ran for another, and Justin Johnson-Rich broke touchdown runs of 11 and 39 yards for Patch, which will take a 4-1 record into this Saturday’s regular-season finale at Heidelberg. Curtis Hobson, on a play which covered 47 yards, and Connor Charlton also ran for TDs for Patch, which kept pace with Ramstein atop the league standings.Sean Rittenhouse pulled in Lemay’s TD toss on a play which covered 35 yards and gave Patch a 20-0 lead early in the second quarter, according to Patch coach Brian Hill. Rittenhouse kicked four extra points, and Akeem McDaniel returned a Kaiserslautern fumble for a 15-yard TD. McDaniel’s defensive TD made it 32-0 at the half.Kaiserslautern, which fell to 0-5, scored its touchdown on a 15-yard pass from Horatio Braumbilia to Demetrius White to start the final quarter. Kaiserslautern is scheduled to close its season Saturday at Vilseck.

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