Braves take to air instead of ground, blast Knightstown




When Indian Creek football coach Mike Gillin saw Knights-town’s defense putting eight defenders on the line of scrimmage in an attempt to stop the Braves’ high-powered running game Friday, he wasn’t worried.

He knew the passing game would pick up the slack.

Junior quarterback Gynson Robley threw for 240 yards and four touchdowns, completing 12 of 17 passes and throwing TDs to three different receivers.

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