Playing on the road is challenging enough. Throw in the top-ranked, undefeated defending state champion, and the challenge becomes more daunting.
Indian Creek found itself in that position Friday, dropping its fifth straight game in a 78-42 defeat to Greensburg (10-0), the defending Class 3A state champion and current No. 1 team in that class.
The Braves had some positives, getting a team-high 23 points from sophomore Cameron Smith and trailing just 12-10 four minutes into the game.