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Singapore quarterback Heathe Billingslea is hauled down by Humphreys' JaLeil McKinney and Christopher Stevens.

Singapore quarterback Heathe Billingslea is hauled down by Humphreys' JaLeil McKinney and Christopher Stevens. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – Five different players scored touchdowns, including Ayden Watts on both offense and defense, as Humphreys remained undefeated by routing Singapore’s All-Star Falcons 45-7 Friday at Blackhawks Field.

The Blackhawks, down to 26 players due to illness, injuries and school commitments, also got touchdowns from Luke Robinson, Ethan Elliott, Amare Kinsey and Dylan High.

“A lot of players stepped into roles they hadn’t played before,” Blackhawks coach Steven Elliott said. “Next man up.”

Singapore played the first of its two games against DODEA-Korea opponents; the Falcons square off with Osan on Monday. It is the Falcons’ first encounter with DODEA-Pacific opponents since playing Yokota in October 2017.

“Singapore has a lot of good athletes,” Elliott said. “Hats off to them.”

Singapore's Quentin Chong goes up to catch a pass in front of Humphreys' Cameron Sherlock.

Singapore's Quentin Chong goes up to catch a pass in front of Humphreys' Cameron Sherlock. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys' Ayden Watts puts the collar on Singapore ball carrier Quentin Chong.

Humphreys' Ayden Watts puts the collar on Singapore ball carrier Quentin Chong. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys' Riley Tomlinson is wrapped up by Singapore's Tommy Fowler and Oliver Fitzgerald.

Humphreys' Riley Tomlinson is wrapped up by Singapore's Tommy Fowler and Oliver Fitzgerald. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

For the Blackhawks (5-0), Sean Cook went 4-for-6 for 87 yards, including a 62-yard touchdown pass to Kinsey and a 21-yarder to Elliott. Watts ran for a touchdown and returned a fumble 6 yards for a score. High returned an interception 23 yards for TD.

Robinson had a team-high 72 yards on eight carries with a touchdown. Elliott had four tackles for losses, two sacks and one forced fumble, DeJuan Grant also had two sacks and Crisean Price a sack and a forced fumble.

“This is what we do when we play as a football team,” Elliott said. “Basic, fundamental ball (and) this is the result.”

The Falcons got their lone points on a 28-yard pass from Heathe Billingslea to Tommy Fowler.

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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.

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