PLAINVIEW — Just one week remains before the start of the regular season in high school football.

PLAINVIEW — Just one week remains before the start of the regular season in high school football.

For the Plainview Indians and their fans, Thursday night was a chance to see PHS in live action for the first time this season at Plainview Stadium.

PHS tested itself against the Millwood Falcons and the Purcell Dragons, with Millwood scoring the only two touchdowns on the evening.

Plainview and Purcell were held to a stalemate in their scrimmage.

Indians head coach Joe Price admitted he liked some of what he saw in the two scrimmages, but added his team has plenty to work on before its season opener next Friday night at Broken Bow.

“I thought defensively we need a pretty solid job,” he said. “We had guys flying around and managed to get a couple of interceptions out there. I thought that was the highlight of the night for us.”

“Offensively, execution is the key for us,” Price added. “We’ve got some things we’ve got to work on and get better on. We’re going to get right back to work tomorrow (Friday), and make sure we are honed in for next week.”