CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A.C. Caldera spearheaded a dominant rushing attack, racking up 160 yards and scoring four touchdowns as Class AA No. 2 Bridgeport dispatched of visiting No. 3 Bluefield 42-21 in a semifinal Friday night.
The Indians (12-1) earned their first trip to the Class AA title game since 2001. Bridgeport will face No. 1 Wayne Friday night at the Super Six at Wheeling Island Stadium.
Anthony Bonamico added 110 rushing yards and two scores for Bridgeport and the Indians' defense held the Beavers (10-3) to just 22 total yards in the opening half and built a 28-0 lead in the third quarter.
D.J. Edwards hauled in a 15-yard scoring catch to pull the Beavers within 28-7 and then Bluefield recovered an onside kick on the ensuing play.
Bluefield drove back down the field, but Caldera came up with an interception at his own 1-yard line. Caldera scored on a 15-yard touchdown run on the next drive, giving the Indians a commanding 35-7 advantage.
D.J. Stewart led the Beavers with 95 yards on six carries while R.J. Bourne threw for 193 yards on 16-of-30 passing with two touchdowns and two interceptions.
D.J. Edwards led Bluefield with 89 yards on eight receptions.
The Pioneers (13-0) sport a dominating ground game but Ferguson completed 9 of 17 passes with just one interception as Wayne steamrolled out to a 44-0 halftime lead before cruising after the break. The win was the 36th in a row for the Pioneers, tying the mark of Ansted (1970-1973) for the longest winning streak in state history.
Cody Stiltner had touchdown runs of 57 and 9 yards and a 36-yard scoring catch from Ferguson. Mason Hodge added scoring rushes of 20 and 5 yards, an 11-yard touchdown reception, and also tackled RCB's Elias Grant for a safety, completing all of Wayne's scoring.