OKLAHOMA CITY — While the Douglass Trojan marching band was making a lot of noise Thursday night, it was the No. 7 Plainview Indians hitting all the right notes on the scoreboard.

OKLAHOMA CITY — While the Douglass Trojan marching band was making a lot of noise Thursday night, it was the No. 7 Plainview Indians hitting all the right notes on the scoreboard.

A 35-0 halftime lead was more than enough cushion for the Indians, as they rolled to a 42-15 victory over the Douglass Trojans in their regular season finale at Moses F. Miller Stadium in Oklahoma City. 

Plainview (8-2, 6-1) will be the No. 2 seed out of District 3A-2 and will open the playoffs next Friday night at Plainview Stadium against either John Marshall or Kingfisher. 

“The kids came out and played well tonight,” Plainview coach Joe Price said. “We came out ready to go. Douglass had some weapons on offense, and we prepared all week. I thought our kids did what we asked them to do and they played very well. We’re going to get a good opponent either way next week so we need to be ready for the challenge. We’ve had a tough preseason so I think we’ll be ready to go.”

Jaxon Clemons was certainly ready to go against the Trojans, as he accounted for the first and last touchdowns of the evening for Plainview.

The junior running back opened his night on the second play of the game from scrimmage as he dashed his way up the far sideline 41-yards for the touchdown. giving the Indians a 7-0 lead just 50 seconds into the game.

Clemons finished off his night in the third quarter when he broke loose for a 58-yard touchdown run to make the score 42-0 at that point for Plainview with 6:00 left in the third.

Sandwiched in-between Clemons scores was plenty of razzle-dazzle catches and other offensive flair for the Indians throughout the night.

Plainview quarterback Brock Parham hooked up with Blake Nowell for the second Indians touchdown of the night, when Nowell made a leaping catch, landing in the end zone for a 30-yard strike to make it a 14-0 contest with 9:07 left in the first. 

Parham would play a major part in Plainview’s third touchdown of the night as he found Reis Taylor for a 32-yard gain, before Peyton Webber finished off the drive with a one-yard throw to Trevor Burton, making it a 21-0 Indians lead at the 2:21 mark of the first.

All the breaks seemed to be going Plainview’s way, even fumble recoveries.

Case in point came in the second quarter when Parham broke loose for a 26-yard rush.

While the Indians quarterback appeared to be down when the ball came loose, no whistle was blown. 

Webber alertly recovered the ball in the end zone after it rolled three yards, giving the Indians a 28-0 lead.

Parham and Nowell would find each other again just before halftime when the pair connected for a 20-yard catch and run to make it a 35-0 Indians lead going into the break.

Douglass (1-9, 0-7) spoiled the shutout with a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter.