CAMP COURTNEY, Okinawa — Charles Clark and Leonard Moses spearheaded a Kadena rushing attack that produced 277 yards and six touchdowns in a 50-0 romp Saturday over the Futenma Falcons in a U.S. Forces Japan-American Football League game.

Clark rushed for touchdowns of 46 and 15 yards, finishing with 106 yards on six carries, and Moses ran eight times for 88 yards, including touchdown runs of 40 and 13 yards.

The Dragons (5-2) moved into a virtual first-place tie with three-time defending league champion Yokosuka (4-1), which beat Kadena 16-12 last month at Yokosuka Naval Base. Futenma fell to 0-6.

Kwami Williams added a 5-yard scoring run, finishing with 56 yards on six carries, and Kareem Eubanks added four carries for 27 yards, including a 4-yard score.

Kadena’s final score came on Ernest Northern’s 37-yard scoring pass from Paul Robinson.

Defenders Shawn Patterson and Vidal Poindexter combined for 10 tackles, five for 44 yards in losses, while Nathan Graves added a sack and batted down three pass attempts at the line.

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