Bruning-Davenport/Shickley got back on track with a 54-6 win at Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer. The Eagle defense limited HTRS to three first downs and 58 total yards. BDS racked up 400 total yards in the romp.
Back in action, John Christensen rushed for 113 yards and two touchdowns. The senior quarterback also hooked up with Logan Schroeder and Glenn Meyer on TD passes. Christensen threw for 63 yards.
Dylan Domeier rushed for 98 yards and two scores for the Eagles. Domeier also converted three PATs and had 10 yards receiving. Dominic Quinones rushed for 64 yards and a score, along with a PAT. Kameron Dickson rushed in a PAT.
Several BDS scores came in behind the blocking of 275-pound full back Heath Calvert.
“Ball carriers like following Heath—he clears a big path,” BDS co-head coach Chris Ardissono said.
Ardissono was also impressed with the Eagle offensive line play on Friday.
“Glenn Meyer, Nate Nelson, Justin Stengel and Tanner Wenscke all rotate at the offensive guard position,” Ardissono said. “They enjoy doing the grunt work that most players don’t want to do—blocking.”
Defensive stalwarts for BDS on October 5 were Kyle Ardissono and Isaac Kamler with six tackles each. Jacob Schoenholz was in on five stops.
Next up, BDS plays 4-2 Cross County in Bruning.
“We have our work cut out for us with Cross County this week,” Eagle co-head coach Mark Rotter said. “With the group of kids that will be on the field Friday night, we were 0-4 against them in junior high, and there wasn’t a close game.”