BLOOMFIELD – The Bloomfield Bees will be seeing a familiar face in the Class D2 quarterfinals this year.
Following their 48-8 win over Randolph on Wednesday night, the top-seeded Bees will be hosting Falls City Sacred Heart in the quarterfinals next Tuesday.
That was the quarterfinal match-up a year ago, when the Irish came up to Bloomfield and dominated, routing the Bees 46-12 en route to a Class D2 state championship.
Bloomfield senior running back Quentin Moles says things will be different this year.
“We’re looking for revenge,” Moles said following his 275-yard, five touchdown performance against Randolph. “This isn’t going to be like last year. We’re going to be in the game and we’re going to play tough just like tonight. We’re going to come in it ready to win it.”
Sacred Heart held Moles to just 3.4 yards per carry in their game last year, and a season-low 124 yards on the ground. This season has already been different for Moles, who leads all of 8-man football in rushing with 2,519 yards and 45 touchdowns.
Sacred Heart advanced to the quarterfinals with a 34-30 win over Humphrey St. Francis on Wednesday.