If you are going to make a statement in your district opener, there’s no better place to do it than on the road.

If you are going to make a statement in your district opener, there’s no better place to do it than on the road.

The Plainview Indians did just that on Thursday night, as a road trip to Purcell proved to be no problem, with the Dragons being defeated 67-0 at Conger Field.

One of the biggest differences in the game was the amount of total yardage between the two teams, as Plainview amassed a staggering 558 yards of total offense, while holding the Dragons to just 185 for the evening.

Brock Parham got the game started with a bang in the first quarter as he found Blake Nowell for a 64-yard touchdown pass, with Kenny Sutherlin adding the extra point for a 7-0 lead.

Tyson Al-Jbour would make it 14-0 when he scored from three yards out later in the first quarter.

Britton Sperry finished off a three touchdown opening quarter for the Indians, when he scored on a 14-yard pass from Parham.

In the second quarter it was all about Nowell as he accounted for both touchdowns before halftime.

First it was Parham connecting for a 15-yard touchdown pass, before Nowell broke loose for a 71-yard touchdown run to make it 34-0 after the missed extra point. 

Plainview didn’t let up offensively in the third quarter as Jaxon Clemons accounted for a pair of touchdowns from 34 and 55 yards out, while Payton Webber scored a touchdown from one yard out.

Reis Taylor showed off his skills in the fourth quarter as he accounted for the final two touchdowns of the evening.

The first was a 17-yard strike to Cason Dillon, which made it 60-0 after the failed two-point conversion, before Taylor scored the final touchdown of the night with a seven-yard run.

Parham finished his evening 13-of-15 passing for 229 yards and three touchdowns, while Nowell was the leading receiver on the night with five catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns.

Clemons was the leading rusher for the Indians with three carries for 93 yards, with Nowell accounting for two carries for 76 yards. 

Al-Jbour finished with 10 carries for 52 yards in the game. 

Plainview (3-1, 1-0) is back at home at 7 p.m. Friday night taking on the Bethel Wildcats at Plainview Stadium in Ardmore.