STUTTGART, Germany - Kenny Hall ran for both TDs as the Patch Panthers improved to 2-3 and stayed alive for a division semifinal with a 14-2 victory Saturday over Wiesbaden.

Both Hall TDs came after fumbles by Wiesbaden (2-3). Conner Charlton kicked both PATs.

According to Patch coach Brian Hill, the Panthers spotted their guests a 2-0 lead by yielding a safety on their first offensive possession. But the Panther defense took over from there and began forcing turnovers. Ryan Frary, who registered seven tackles and a sack, recovered two fumbles; Hall and Marshall Haas each recovered one.

Haas also rushed 10 times for 60 yards and went 3-for-4 passing for 18 yards.

Wiesbaden’s All-Europe running back Daniel Harris led all rushers with 84 yards. The Warriors got 10 tackles each from Eric Stouter and Daniel Webber.

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