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Hiram answered with two touchdowns but missed the extra point after both and trailed 23-12 early in the fourth.
Wittenberg’s Jaheem Washington scored on runs of 30 and 37 yards in the fourth quarter. He gained 99 yards on 15 carries.
Defensive lineman Jonathan Seay led the Wittenberg defense with 11 tackles and had an interception. Defensive lineman Tavian Crowe and linebacker Ben Roshon recovered fumbles. Linebacker Logan Jewsikow had two sacks.