SHICKLEY — The last time BDS and Creighton hooked up in the playoffs, it took a controversial call in the final seconds to determine the outcome.
Ryan Tegtmeier and his BDS teammates made sure the rematch featured considerably less drama.
Tegtmeier accounted for 300 yards of offense and five touchdowns Wednesday as BDS rolled to a 42-14 victory over Creighton (8-2) in the second round of the Class D-1 state playoffs.
With the win, BDS (9-1) avenged last year's 48-44 quarterfinal loss to the Bulldogs and advanced to the quarterfinals where it will face unbeaten and top-ranked Howells-Dodge on Tuesday.
"We talked to the kids about the rematch; it's really easy to get too jacked up," BDS co-head coach Mark Rotter said. "I thought we played really well."