(Johnson) -- The Johnson-Brock Eagles will play in their second consecutive Nebraska Class D2 state quarterfinal courtesy of a dominant 76-0 win over Allen in a second round game Wednesday night.
"I am really happy with the way our guys played and overall their effort tonight," Johnson-Brock head coach Mitch Roberts said.
Coach Roberts' defense recovered six fumbles in the first half, turning all six turnovers into points.
"We are able to capitalize when teams turn the ball over, Roberts said. "Those six fumbles were a huge part of the game tonight."
Johnson-Brock (10-0) scored 32 points on their first 13 plays and took a 64-0 lead into halftime.
Quarterback Cole Fossenbarger threw for 213 yards and five touchdowns all in the first half. Fossenbarger also added a touchdown with his legs.
"I was taking advantage of what they gave me," Fossenbarger said.
Cole's brother Caleb was on the receiving end of two touchdowns from the elder Fossenbarger.
"I think we've been looking forward to this year for awhile. Unfortunately, we only get one year, but I trust him and he trusts me to get the ball to him," Cole Fossenbarger said.
Junior Ty Hahn scored four total touchdowns (one rushing and three receiving), blocked a punt and recovered a fumble.
"Cole was throwing me some pretty beautiful footballs, and I was in the right place at the right time," Hahn said.
Dylan Rowe added a rushing score and a receiving touchdown.
With the win, Johnson-Brock will now turn their attention to a state quarterfinal. The Eagles will host Bloomfield on Tuesday.
"We got to get better tomorrow," Roberts added. "We will have fun with this one tonight, but we'll be back to work tomorrow."
Complete video interviews with Cole Fossenbarger, Hahn and coach Roberts can be viewed below.