It’s back to the postseason for Broadneck High’s football team. The fourth-ranked Bruins solidified their standing Friday night with a 36-0 victory over Northeast (2-7 overall, 2-7 Anne Arundel) in an Anne Arundel County league match.

James Mullis rushed for a pair of touchdown, and Grant Harris, Trae Byes and Ryan Terribile found the end zone as Broadneck improved to 8-1 overall (8-1 Anne Arundel). A year ago, the Bruins went 8-2 but were shutout from the Class 4A East Region playoffs.

The Bruins led, 23-0, at halftime as Mullis scored on a 30-yard run and Byes and Terribile scored from 29 and 10 yards, respectively. Adam Greene added a 26-yard field goal in the second quarter.

Mullis and Harris scored on short runs in the third quarter. Harris rushed for 123 yards. After getting stung in the first half last week against North County, the Bruins’ defense posted their fourth shutout of the fall.

Friday night, Broadneck will take on No. 5 Old Mill and the Patriots’ two-headed rushing attack of Demond Brown and Rob Chesson. The winner gains the No. 2 seed for the East Region playoffs.