Harris, Warriors run by Patch for first win
WIESBADEN, Germany - All-Europe running back Daniel Harris rushed for touchdowns that covered five, 13 and 51 yards to help the Warriors shut out Patch, 40-0, on Saturday.
Wiesbaden evened its overall and Division I-South marks at 1-1.
For the day, Harris carried 18 times for 191 yards.
Fullback Tevin Teal rushed for two touchdowns for Wiesbaden, which registered its other TD on a 16-yard pass from Ryan Reagin to Eric Stouter. For the day, Reagin and Stouter connected twice for 77 yards, according to Wiesbaden coach Steve Jewell.
Stouter and Drew Polson each intercepted a Patch pass to help the Warriors shut out the Panthers, who fell to 0-2. Mannheim transfer Kenyatta Hill and Brandon Little each made eight tackles for Wiesbaden.