RANDOLPH – Bruning-Davenport/Shickley put together another dominating performance Wednesday to beat Randolph 70-30 in the second round of the Class D2 State Playoffs.
BDS got out to a fast start, scoring less than two minutes into the game on a 41-yard pass from Kale Kleinschmidt to Garrett Schardt. On their next possession, Kleinschmidt ran for a touchdown to make it 14-0 and the Eagles were just getting started.
Kleinschmidt threw three more touchdowns and while the Eagle defense came up with three interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, and BDS sprinted to a 50-0 lead with eight minutes still remaining in the first half when they put in the second and third string.
Randolph had more success moving the ball against the BDS backups, scoring on a 21-yard Drew Loberg run before halftime then putting up three more scores in the third quarter to make it 30 unanswered. BDS responded by putting its starters back in the game and moving downfield again as Caden Norder ran for a five yard touchdown to end any thoughts of a comeback.
Kleinschmidt finished the night 8-for-10 throwing the ball for 195 yards and four touchdowns. Norder had three catches for 104 yards and two touchdowns on top of his rushing touchdown. Loberg led Randolph with 17 rushes for 91 yards and two touchdowns.
With the win, BDS moves on to the quarterfinals where they will host Humphrey St. Francis Tuesday in Shickley.