In what was supposed to be a matchup of district unbeaten Friday night, the No. 5 Plainview Indians decided to make things look easy against the Marlow Outlaws.

In what was supposed to be a matchup of district unbeaten Friday night, the No. 5 Plainview Indians decided to make things look easy against the Marlow Outlaws.

Plainview overwhelmed the Outlaws with 31 first half points as the Indians strolled to a 45-14 victory at Outlaw Stadium, moving them to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in district play.

The victory now sets up a showdown with Sulphur for first place Friday night at Calvin Agee Field.

Jaxon Clemons got Plainview on the board in the first quarter with an 11-yard rushing touchdown, before Kenny Sutherlin added the extra point to make it 7-0.

Sutherlin then showed off his leg strength as he nailed a 40-yard field goal to give Plainview a 10-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Brock Parham then did his part to pad Plainview’s lead as he found Blake Nowell in the second quarter for a touchdown pass, before Parham then connected with Joe Black from 18-yards out to make it 24-0.

Payton Webber finished off a solid first half for the Indians with a one-yard touchdown run.

Parham got his third touchdown pass of the night from 12-yards out in the third quarter, before Marlow finally got on the board with an 85-yard rushing touchdown.

However the Outlaws momentum was short lived as Clay Christensen hauled in a 15-yard touchdown pass from Webber to make it 45-7 in the third quarter.

Marlow got a late consolation in a two-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Parham finished his night 16-of-17 passing for 199 yards and three touchdowns, while Webber was 4-of-5 passing for 45 yards and one touchdown.

Clemons was the leading rusher for the Indians with 13 carries for 106 yards and one touchdown, while Nowell led Plainview in receiving yards with 105 yards on eight catches with one touchdown.

Plainview held a huge advantage in total yardage with 473 as opposed to just 164 total yards for the Outlaws, who fell to 2-1 in district play and 3-3 overall with the loss.

The Indians will take on Lone Grove following their game against the Bulldogs.