KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Kaiserslautern's home turf is becoming a home away from home for Wiesbaden.

The defending champion Wiesbaden Warriors strode into Kaiserslautern's stadium Friday night and thumped the host Raiders 40-3, celebrating another win on the same field where they won the 2013 DODDS-Europe Division I championship.

The way the Warriors are performing on both sides of the football, another visit to Kaiserslautern might be in order on Nov. 1.

Christian Guevra rushed for 46 yards and a pair of touchdowns, Deshon Barrow piled up 120 yards and a score and quarterback Tim Cuthbert threw for 79 yards and two touchdowns.

On the other end, the Warriors suppressed the Raiders' new-look offense, limiting the home team to just a Ryan Rimmler field goal.

Kaiserslautern's Bradly Lemon offered ultimately futile resistance with a team-high 12 tackles.

The Warriors move to 2-0 on the season and have yet to yield a touchdown. The Raiders, meanwhile, are making a postseason return an increasingly difficult task after losing both games of their season-opening homestand.

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