In their first tournament of the 2018 season, the Plainview Indians surrounded themselves with plenty of tough competition.

In their first tournament of the 2018 season, the Plainview Indians surrounded themselves with plenty of tough competition.

Plainview took part in the Norman North Invitational tournament, playing as one of the few schools outside of the Class 6A classification at the Belmar Country Club course.

Unfortunately, the Indians were forced to settle for third place overall, as the second round of competition was called off after nine holes due to rain, with the Indians mounting a comeback after they struggled in the first round of play.

As a team the Indians totaled 313 with Tyler Neher taking second overall in the individual standings with a 72.

Saxon Ross carded a 76 for the tournament, with Blake Woerz at 80, Zac Strader at 85 and Hunter Seitz at 92.

The Indians will have a brief break before going back into competition as they are scheduled to compete on Wednesday at the Seminole Invitational which is going to be held at the Jimmy Austin Golf Course with the shotgun start slated for 8:30 a.m.

The Indians will then be off until April 2, when they will compete in the Ada Tournament of Champions which will be held at Oak Hills Country Club. 

April 16 will be the Indians first home tournament of the season as they will play in the Plainview Invitational.