PLAINVIEW — While Mother Nature might have disrupted their game on Tuesday night, the Plainview Lady Indians made sure to cause plenty of problems for Marietta on Thursday.

PLAINVIEW — While Mother Nature might have disrupted their game on Tuesday night, the Plainview Lady Indians made sure to cause plenty of problems for Marietta on Thursday.

PHS along with the Wilson Lady Eagles, were able to claim victories over MHS, in a triangular which was moved from Marietta to Plainview due to field conditions.

Plainview’s contest against Wilson was not over at press time.

Plainview 12 Marietta 0 F/3

The Plainview Lady Indians don’t get paid by the hour to play, and it’s a good thing they weren’t on the clock in the opening game against MHS.

Three innings was all that was required for Plainview to get back on the winning track with a blowout victory.

An error in the bottom of the first inning on a fly ball from Brooklyn Storts allowed Halee Womack to score, making it 1-0 for PHS.

Another error led to Hannah Ramirez scoring in the bottom of the second inning, before Leah Selensky slashed an RBI triple to right field to make it 3-0.

Selensky would score on a wild pitch in the same inning to make it 4-0.

Megan Winchester then hit an RBI triple of her own to center, before an error allowed her to score on the next batter.

Two more errors allowed three more runs to score as Storts, Ramirez, and Lexi Hackney all crossed the plate. 

Jenna Jennings would score on a passed ball to finish out the 11-run inning.

Allison Hicks took the loss for Marietta, throwing 1 1/3 innings of work. She allowed four earned runs on three hits with one walk and one strikeout.

Britney Dunlap got the win in the circle for Plainview, throwing three innings of work. She allowed just two hits with one walk and two strikeouts.

Wilson 5, MHS 3

Marietta looked as though it was about to put its losing streak to rest in the second game against Wilson with a three-run third inning.

Unfortunately, the upstart Lady Eagles had other ideas as they won by two runs.

Bethany Ross made it 1-0 for Wilson after she scored following an error off a ground ball hit by Ivy O’Steen.

Miranda Curbow tied the game for Marietta with an RBI single to right field, before Siera McKelvy hit a 2-RBI double to center field to make it 3-1.

Wilson got another run back in the top of the fourth with Makayla Raines scoring following an error, making it 3-2.

An error in the outfield allowed Wilson to tie the game in the fifth, as Ivy O’Steen scored. 

WHS took its first lead of the game when Chelsey Nipp scored on a passed ball, before Tucker Welch finished off the game with an RBI double to center field. 

Carslee Minyard took the loss for the Lady Indians, throwing six innings of work. She allowed two earned runs on five hits with three walks and one strikeout. 

Taylor O’Steen got the win in the circle for the Lady Eagles.