Reed May said his Brownstown Central High School football team is like most of the other squads he has coached in that it has made a lot of progress in some areas this summer, but there are other things that will receive a lot of attention when practice begins on Aug. 5.
“We didn’t do bad,” the Braves coach said on Saturday after Brownstown defeated Bedford North Lawrence and Salem and lost to Paoli in 7-on-7 competition at Blevins Memorial Stadium.
“The thing that is frustrating for me is there are some things we have gone over all summer that we’re not correcting,” May said. “But we won the first game (Salem), and we won the second game (BNL). Paoli did real well down in Georgia when they went to 7-on-7.
“We did well. Overall, it’s been a great week with the Superstars, and our linemen did well today. It used to be this was the last thing we did before vacation. But now, the IHSAA moved the calendar back. (The players are) coming in Monday and Wednesday, and then they’re off until Aug. 5.”
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