Following two straight road losses, the Plainview Indians have made themselves at home over the last two days.

Following two straight road losses, the Plainview Indians have made themselves at home over the last two days.

Tuesday night the Indians claiming their second straight victory, as they overcame a 3-1 deficit for a convincing 11-3 win against the Kingston Redskins in six innings, moving them to 4-3 on the season.

Braden McGehee gave the Redskins a 1-0 lead when he stole home in the top of the first.

Jake Idleman made it 2-0 for Kingston in the second, before Plainview struck back with an RBI single from Blake Barnard in the bottom of the second.

Mathew Flesher scored to make it 3-1 for Kingston in the third, but the Indians were about to come roaring back in a big way.

Payton Webber trotted home in the bottom of the third when Aidan Long was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to make it 3-2.

Chase Owen then broke out the heavy artillery as he smashed a grand slam to left field, putting the Indians in front 6-3.

Long would make it 7-3 thanks to a sacrifice fly RBI, before Barnard brought home two more runs with a single to make it 9-3 in the fifth. 

Trevor Burton made it 10-3 in the sixth, before Britton Sperry scored the game-winning run when Long drew a bases-loaded walk in the sixth.

Payton Webber got the win on the mound for the Indians, throwing five innings of work. He allowed two earned runs on seven hits with six walks and eight strikeouts.

Layne Davis threw one inning of relief for the Indians, striking out two batters.

McGehee took the loss for Kingston (0-1), allowing nine runs (one earned) on four hits with two walks and five strikeouts.