The good news for Lourdes Central Catholic on Tuesday night was they were able to find a way to score on the Creighton defense, something no team has been able to do much of all year.
The bad news for Lourdes Central Catholic was that Creighton's high-octane offense was able to score nearly twice as much.
The Bulldogs ran away with a 90-54 win over the Knights Tuesday night to advance to the semifinals of the Class D1 State Playoffs.
The two teams started the scoring early and neither team was able to dig in much on defense.
Quarterback Ryan Neumann accounted for three first half passing touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs to a 36-22 lead at halftime. He ended the night accounting for seven total touchdowns.
Neumann was far from the only Bulldog to record a big night, however. Running back Bryce Zimmerer recorded arguably his best performance of the year, racking up more than 350 yards and 5 touchdowns.
The Bulldogs advance to a semifinal showdown with Guardian Angels Central Catholic for the opportunity to earn a spot in the 2016 state championship game. The game will likely be played in Beemer and will be next Monday. Game time is yet to be announced.