Coach: Randolph too physical for BDS



Bruning/Davenport-Shickley's Nathan Hendrickson runs
against Randolph's Denton Kuhl during their Class D-1 playoff
game Wednesday in Bruning.

BRUNING — In a game full of momentum shifts, it was the No. 5 seed Randolph Cardinals  (9-1) that came out victorious Wednesday against top-seeded Bruning-Davenport/Shickley (9-1) 50-32 in the second round of the Class D-2 playoffs. 

The Cardinals used a powerful ground attack and a pivotal 22-0 run in the second quarter to secure the victory.

BDS scored the first points of the game when an eight-play, 61-yard drive was capped off with a 12-yard touchdown reception by Kale Kleinschmidt from Grant Norder. With 8:03 left in the first quarter, BDS was up 6-0. The score stood until the second quarter. 

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