The Kingston Lady Redskins jumped to a 25-4 lead after the first period, withstood a strong Plainview rally later in the game, and then held on for a 63-58 victory over Lady Indians Tuesday night at the Plainview Athletic Center.   Kingston (13-8, 5-2 Lake Country Conference) could do no wrong and Plainview did very little right in the first eight minutes. The Lady Redskins scored the first 10 points, and the Lady Indians had just one field goal to show for their efforts. The Lady Redskins defense was quick, and they used their full-court pressure well to create havoc in the Lady Indians offense.   Plainview (10-11, 4-3) started to regroup in the second period, outscoring Kingston 16-6, and pulled to within 31-20 by intermission.   A huge third period by the Lady Indians had them right back in the thick of things. Plainview's Ally Parham hit a running 3-point jumper at the buzzer to pull the Lady Indians within 44-43 heading to the fourth. Plainview had enjoyed a 23-13 scoring edge in the third and had outscored Kingston 39-19 during the middle two periods to make a game of it.   A lay-up in the lane by Plainview's Tally Morris gave the Lady Indians their first lead at 45-44, and Plainview maintained a small lead throughout much of the fourth.   The Lady Redskins hit 19 of their 41 shots (46 percent) from the floor to Plainview's 33 percent (19 of 57). At the line, however, was a big disparity. Kingston knocked down 21 of 28 (75 percent) to just 43 percent (12 of 28) for the Lady Indians   Plainview had a 33-22 rebounding advantage but turned the ball over 21 times to just 15 for Kingston.   Plainview's lead reached six points at 58-52 when Kingston began to get their second wind. The Lady Redskins continued to dominate at the charity stripe. They scored the game's final 11 points to post the important LCC win.   Kes Reeves scored a game-high 26 points, including 14 of 15 from the line, to lead the Lady Redskins. Britny Henderson had 13 points, and Alli Wakely finished with 11 points.   Parham and Amiya Howard had 14 points each to lead the Lady Indians, and Rachel Jacobi chipped in 11 points.   Box score Kingston    25    6    13    19   —   63 Plainview    4    16   23    15   —   58   Kingston: Kes Reeves 26, Britny Henderson 13, Alli Wakely 11, Danna Wagnon 8, Grace Burt 4, Kassie Bailey 1.   Plainview: Ally Parham 14, Amiya Howard 14, Rachel Jacobi 11, Tally Morris 7, Tory Townley 6, Peyton Jones 3, Ava Blackmon 2, Payton Brewster 1.   3-pointers Kingston 4-9 (Henderson 3, Wakely) Plainview 6-18 (Parham 2, Howard 2, Townley, Morris)   Free throws Kingston 21-28 Plainview 12-28   Total Fouls Kingston 21 Plainview 24