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Humphreys QB Brice Bulotovich is sent on the run by Seoul American defender Brandon Rothe.

Humphreys QB Brice Bulotovich is sent on the run by Seoul American defender Brandon Rothe. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys QB Brice Bulotovich is sent on the run by Seoul American defender Brandon Rothe.

Humphreys QB Brice Bulotovich is sent on the run by Seoul American defender Brandon Rothe. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American QB Nick Mauldin tries to avoid the tackle of Humphreys' Jimmy Scoggins.

Seoul American QB Nick Mauldin tries to avoid the tackle of Humphreys' Jimmy Scoggins. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys WR Nate Hellams snags the ball ahead of Seoul American's Myles Haynes and Levi Johnson.

Humphreys WR Nate Hellams snags the ball ahead of Seoul American's Myles Haynes and Levi Johnson. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

YONGSAN GARRISON, South Korea – Veteran Myles Haynes began the season at quarterback, then moved to running back when newcomer Nick Mauldin showed an acumen at quarterback, prompting Seoul American coach Jimbo Davis to take a chance on him as the starter.

It paid dividends again for the Falcons, as Mauldin ran for two touchdowns and passed to Haynes for another, while Myles also scored on a lengthy run and kick return as Seoul American blanked outmanned Humphreys 47-0 on Friday at Sims Field. The game was played with a running clock from the midway point of the second quarter.

Rico Howard also rushed for a score for the Falcons, who amassed 347 yards on just 30 carries. Haynes piled up 166 all-purpose yards on nine touches and the Falcons’ defense recorded four takeaways and four sacks of Blackhawks quarterback Brice Bulotovich.

The Falcons finished 4-3, sweeping all three of its DODDS Korea games, while the Blackhawks fell to 3-4.


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