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Rota completed running the first half of the Division IV table with a 61-27 conquest of winless Brussels on Saturday at Brussels.

Marcos Wolfe rushed for 225 yards and three touchdowns, according to Rota coach Robert Stovall. R.J Curley and Darius Brown each scored two TDs for Rota (3-0), which has beaten the three other teams in D-IV.

Luke Moragne and Caleb Arnold, who ran for 200 yards, also had touchdowns for the Admirals.

Marc Proietto carried 15 times for 144 yards for Brussels (0-3). Teammate David Zahonero ran for 114 yards on 14 carries.

The D-IV teams with the best records at the end of the regular season will meet for the European championship Nov. 1.

In other games involving Division III and IV schools on Saturday:

Alconbury 60, Menwith Hill 28: At Menwith Hill, Devin Pryor carried 22 times for 273 yards and five touchdowns as the Dragons (2-1) claimed second place in D-IV.

Alconbury quarterback Jimmy Luong was 7 of 12 for 284 yards, connecting twice with Yul McGrath and once with Greg Pettiway for touchdowns.

Menwith Hill, which led 22-12 at halftime, had key injuries, and the relentless Alconbury attack produced a 48-6 second-half lead. "In the second half," said Menwith Hill coach Pete Resnick by telephone on Saturday, "they just totally took over."

AFNORTH 57, Amsterdam Panthers 14: At Brunssum, Netherlands, AFNORTH stayed unbeaten behind three TD passes and a touchdown run by E.J. Ruiz, according to AFNORTH coach Greg Blankenship.

Ruiz had 87 rushing yards and 232 passing. James Perea caught TD strikes of 57 and 68 yards and came up a yard short of the end zone on a 33-yard completion from Ruiz, Blankenship reported.

AFNORTH (3-0) got 157 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Brock Blankenship, who made 17 tackles, two for sacks, and recovered a fumble from his linebacker position. Aaron Black added three sacks for AFNORTH.

Vicenza 47, Vilseck JV 22: At Vicenza, Italy, the Cougars went to 3-0 behind quarterback Micky Stoner.

Stoner threw two TD passes on 10 of 13 for 118 yards. He also carried five times for 45 yards and one touchdown.

Nick X. Williams ran for two Vicenza TDs, Reggie Haines ran for one, and Kyle Kaus returned a punt for a TD for the Cougarse.

The JV squad (1-2) for Division I Vilseck got TDs from Rayshan Clark, Daniel Arroya and Eric Ozuna. Clark returned a kickoff 80 yards, Arroya ran in from 25 yards and Ozuna scored on a 1-yard rush.

Mike Nicholl complicated things for the visitors by registering three sacks among his 10 tackles. Segun Awe blocked a punt and Junior Vimoto intercepted a pass for Vicenza.

Ansbach 74, Hohenfels 0: At Ansbach, the defending European D-II champion (3-0) scored 41 first-quarter points against its D-III guest, then turned things over to the JV players.

"From the second quarter on, we played our ninth- and 10th-graders," Ansbach coach Marcus George said by telephone Saturday.

"It was good to get a chance to let them play, and Hohenfels was able to get their players some experience, too."

Outstanding among Ansbach’s JVs were sophomore Jakolby Kimbell, who ran nine times for 103 yards and three touchdowns, and freshman quarterback Joey Dominguez, who completed all five of his passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns. Sophomore Alex Moya and freshman Josh Washington caught the TD tosses.

Senior Jordon Shack got the rout started by scoring three times in the first quarter. He returned pass interceptions 27 and 45 yards for scores and ran 42 yards for another. Anthony Adams, Imani Waweru and Derrick Flake also ran for TDs for the Cougars (3-0), who had 15 players carry the ball.

James Robinson was the standout for Hohenfels (0-3). He rolled to 140 kickoff return yards.

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