Kaden Glynn, Ty Hahn, Cole Fossenbarger

Pictured: Kaden Glynn, Ty Hahn, Cole Fossenbarger of Johnson-Brock

(Johnson) -- The Johnson-Brock Eagles are headed to a state semifinal for just the second time in school history.

The Eagles (10-0) punched their ticket by defeating previously unbeaten Bloomfield, 72-32 in a Class D2 state football quarterfinal Tuesday night.

"I'm really happy for the kids," Johnson-Brock head coach Mitch Roberts said, "They've been working for this for a long time, ever since they got knocked out last year,".

The Eagles, who had posted 82 and 76 points in their first two postseason games kept their offense rolling, putting up 72 points on the Bloomfield defense.

"I just try to get it to the play-makers, we got plenty of people that can make plays," quarterback Cole Fossenbarger said.

Fossenbarger threw for 351 yards and seven touchdowns while also adding a touchdown on the ground.

"We knew what they were going to do with blitzing, so I just had to get the ball out quick," Fossenbarger said.

Ty Hahn was Fossenbarger's premier target, hauling in seven passes for 200-yards for two scores.

"He knows where I am and I do my best to run a good route and get open," Hahn said. 

Hahn also made his presence known on special teams, blocking a punt for the second consecutive week. 

"Special teams are something you want to work hard, you want to make special teams special," Hahn said. 

Wide receiver Kaden Glynn also hauled in six passes for 209 yards and three touchdowns. 

"Cole was getting me the ball when I need it," Glynn said. 

Johnson-Brock was never really tested on their way to victory, the Eagles led 16-0 after one, 36-6 at the half and took a 50-12 lead into the fourth quarter, the teams traded touchdowns in the games' final stanza, combining for 42 points.

"We have a lot of people capable of making plays, it's hard for teams to matchup with us," Glynn said.

Johnson-Brock will now turn their attention to a Class D2 state semifinal.

The Eagles will make the trek to Humphreys on Monday to take on Humphrey's-St. Francis (10-0).

"We need to not be content, go to work and not be satisfied with where we're at right now," coach Roberts said.

Complete video interviews with Glynn, Hahn, Fossenbarger and Coach Roberts can be viewed below.