After enduring a slight scare on Friday against McLoud, the Plainview Lady Indians went looking for an upset against No. 17 Newcastle on Saturday in the regional consolation semifinals.

After enduring a slight scare on Friday against McLoud, the Plainview Lady Indians went looking for an upset against No. 17 Newcastle on Saturday in the regional consolation semifinals.

Unfortunately, the Lady Indians offense went cold as the Lady Racers booked their place in the regional consolation finals with a 63-40 victory at Ardmore High School.

Plainview managed to win its opening round consolation game 55-48 on Friday, but couldn’t get much offense going in the first quarter against Newcastle.

Despite staying with the Lady Racers early at 4-2, Plainview’s shooting fell flat as Newcastle went on a 14-0 run to lead 18-2 with 44 seconds left in the first.

The Lady Indians managed to score four points near the end of the frame to make it 18-6 going to the second.

Plainview scored 13 points before halftime, but Newcastle was able to top it with 16 of its own to lead 34-19 going into the break.

Both teams scored 11 points in the third quarter, before the Lady Racers closed out the game with a 20-10 fourth quarter run.

Amiya Howard led the Lady Indians with 13 points in the game, followed by Tally Morris with nine points.

Plainview ended its season with an overall record of 15-10.