It’s often been said those who don’t learn from their mistakes are doomed to repeat them.

It’s often been said those who don’t learn from their mistakes are doomed to repeat them.

The Plainview Indians golf team certainly took this message to heart on Wednesday.

After settling for third place in their opening tournament earlier this week in Norman due to rainy conditions, the Indians left no doubt who the best team was at the Seminole Invitational tournament, winning by 24 strokes over second placed Poteau at the Jimmy Austin Golf Course.

Plainview shot 299 as a team for the tournament, with Saxon Ross winning the individual title as he shot a 71 for the tournament.

Tyler Neher was close behind with a 75, earning him third place overall in the individual standings, while Hunter Seitz also shot a 75, earning fourth place overall.

Blake Woerz turned in a 78, giving him 7th place for the tournament in the individual standings.

Zac Strader rounded out the team scores for the Indians with an 84. 

Plainview will be back in action on April 2 at the Ada Tournament of Champions which will take place at the Oak Hills Country Club. 

The Indians will then be hosting the Plainview Invitational on April 16 in Ardmore.