The Indian Creek football team didn’t get off to a fast start.
Instead, the Braves just waited until the second quarter to get rolling.
After Brown County took a 6-0 lead, Indian Creek cruised, scoring 34 unanswered points before halftime and taking a 60-24 homecoming victory against visiting Brown County Friday night.
“We were a little slow starting,” Indian Creek coach Mike Gillin said. “Homecoming tends to be that way. Good win, good rivalry. We’re looking forward to Milan right now. That’s going to be a war next week.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do next week.”