TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – The Terre Haute South Braves opened their first day of football practice indoors on Monday afternoon. Lightning caused them to move the practice into the gym. They are coming off a 5-5 season in 2019 and will look to the tandem of Quarterback Caleb Stultz and James Mallory to spark the offense this fall. “Just trying to get out here and get some work in I mean the odds are stacked against us right now but I mean I feel like we’ve done a great job coming together and getting something in right now,” Mallory said.
“Just go out and have a good season win a sectional title maybe make a run at the state that would be awesome,” added Stultz. Head coach Tim Herrin says keeping players safe and healthy is a top priority. “Just everything you know making sure we’re doing things right taking care of our players, player safety is paramount to us and our kids have done a nice job this summer adapting to all the things we have to do and unfortunate with the lightning being inside and they’re adapting great to that we’re getting a good workout in good practice and hopefully be back outside tomorrow,” he said. The Braves will scrimmage at Northview on August 15th and open the season at Harrison (West Lafayette) on Friday August 21st.