With its offense struggling, Brownstown Central’s football team leaned heavily on its defense to subdue a tough Corydon Central squad Friday night.
The Braves were held to a season-low number of points but still managed a 21-6 victory thanks to a defense that forced six punts, allowed Corydon to convert on just one of 12 third downs, pushed the Panthers backwards for losses of 51 yards and caused three turnovers.
“Defensively, we played really well,” Braves coach Reed May said. “You’ve got to give (Corydon) credit. They did a great job tonight. We thought we’d score more than 21 points. It’ll be interesting to watch the film and see what they did. In fact, there are probably a few other teams that will want to watch the film to see what Corydon did. I guess I better figure it out tonight.”
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