OKLAHOMA CITY – Plainview isn’t known for taking any opponent lightly, no matter who it is.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Plainview isn’t known for taking any opponent lightly, no matter who it is.

The same held true on Friday night, as the Indians defeated the U.S. Grant Generals 55-0 on at Speegle Stadium in OKC. 

The victory moved the Indians to 2-1 on the season.

Plainview will be back at home Friday night taking on Class 4A Tuttle at 7:30 p.m.

quarterback Spencer Sommerville connected with Blake Nowell for four touchdowns in the Indians’ over the hosting Generals.

“It was my best performance,” Nowell said I just went out there and played.” 

Indians coach Joe Price credited the play of Sommerville helping contribute to Nowell’s standout performance.

“He (Blake Nowell) did a good job of catching the ball. He was able to get open and (Sommerville) did a good job of finding him,” he said. 

“I think this was  one of those games we needed to get under our belt.,” Price added.  “You know, get out there and get your confidence up on offense and defense.” 

After forcing the Generals to punt for the second time in the first quarter, the Indians obtained the ball on the Grant 40-yard line.  

Two plays later, a jet-motion pass to Nowell resulted in a 35-yard dash to the endzone and Plainview’s first score.  

Damon Landis’s successful conversion put the Indians up 7-0. 

On the ensuing Grant possession, the Generals converted a fake punt to retain possession.  

Three plays later, however, Jermaine Scallion caught an interception and returned it for a touchdown.  

The extra point gave the Indians a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter.  

U.S. Grant wouldn’t have many other opportunities to generate any momentum. 

Just minutes later, Nowell scored his second touchdown on the night on a bubble screen pass from eight yards out.

After a missed extra point, the Indians held a 20-0 lead. 

A 45-yard strike from Sommerville to Nowell gave Nowell his third touchdown on the night as the Indians extended their lead to 27-0.

Nowell’s fourth and final touchdown came on a short pass into the flats to give the Indians a 34-0 lead with just over a minute remaining in the first half.  

Following the Grant kickoff of the second half, Sommerville took the ball 91 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage.  The Sutherlin conversion put the Indians up 41-0.   

On the following drive, Price switched out Sommerville for Brock Parham, who had an excellent showing in his first drive at QB which ended in a 4-yard touchdown pass to Price Daube over the middle extending the Indians’ lead to 48-0.  

In the final minute of the game, Jaxon Clemons scored from 15 yards for the final touchdown of the evening for the Indians.