US beats Canada 50-7 to win IFAF senior title

Nate Kmic ran for two touchdowns, Henry Harry had 105 yards rushing and one score, and Cody Hawkins threw two TD passes to lead the United States to a 50-7 victory over Canada on Saturday to win the International Federation of American Football senior world championship.

The U.S., which won the previous IFAF title in Japan in 2007, led 30-0 in the first half on a 2-yard run by Kmic, a 23-yard run by Matt Bassuener, a safety, a 7-yard run by Cody Hawkins and 27-yard reception by Joe Sturdivant.

Canada got on the board on Michael Faulds' 19-yard TD pass to David Stevens with 6 seconds remaining in the second quarter. However, Ricardo Lenhart scored on a 38-yard reception as time ran out to give the U.S. a 37-7 lead at halftime.

Kmic and Harris had scoring runs in the third quarter.