Terre Haute South showed some glimpses of promise on both sides of the ball during the first quarter of its game against Southport Friday night, but it wasn’t enough, as the Braves lost 42-28. “We came out and played well early. The rain that hit the Wabash Valley throughout the day muddied up the playing field, allowing South to hold the Cardinals high-powered passing attack to 179 yards, but gave up 156 yards on the ground to Andrew Mappes alone. Southport got on the board early with a four-minute drive that ended with a Blake Evans one-yard touchdown, but the Braves offense came out swinging on their first two possessions. Freshman quarterback Collins Turner took the snap, scrambled around as he looked for an open receiver down the field, but decided to pull it down and take off for a first down. He didn’t just get the seven yards needed to move the chains, the South signal caller gained 55 more for a 62-yard touchdown run down the left sideline to tie the game, 7-7. The Braves defense intercepted an Ed Schott pass on the following... South took advantage of it, as Turner found KC Bender for a 32-yard touchdown pass to give the Braves a 14-7 lead at the end of the first quarter, while also giving them the momentum of the game. Unfortunately for South, all the momentum it built up through the first 12 minutes of the game went away after the quarter changed from first to second. Southport scored three times in the next few minutes – once on a touchdown pass from Schott to Matt Johnston, a second on Keaton Moore 50-yard interception return and a third on an Andrew Mappes carry. Not only did the Braves lose their first quarter lead, but the offense that moved the ball so well in the first quarter vanished as well. Right there before the half, we cut it to seven, we slip on a coverage and they score a touchdown, so instead of being down seven getting the ball back [to begin the second half], we’re down 14,” Herrin said of the loss of momentum. Other than the 62-yard touchdown run from Turner, the Braves ground game accumulated just nine yards on 14 carries. The 21 unanswered points scored by the Cardinals ended on Turner to Bender 46-yard hail mary that went for a touchdown to make it seven-point deficit. On the very next play, Southport made it a 14-point game once again, as Schott found Evans on a 58-yard touchdown, giving the road team a 35-21 lead at the break. Source: www.tribstar.com
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