Following a tough loss to Comanche Tuesday night on the road, the No. 19 Plainview Indians got back to basics Friday night against Sulphur.

Following a tough loss to Comanche Tuesday night on the road, the No. 19 Plainview Indians got back to basics Friday night against Sulphur.

Three players scored in double figures as the Indians moved to 13-6 on the season with a 65-42 victory over the Bulldogs on Senior Night at the Plainview Activity Center.

Plainview started fast and never looked back in the first quarter as the Indians led 17-7 less than six minutes into the game, and took a 20-10 advantage into the second quarter. 

Sulphur managed to show signs of life before halftime, cutting the deficit to 27-21 with 2:35 left in the second.

However, it was the Indians who finished the first half on a high note with a 7-2 run to lead 34-23 going into the locker room.

The Bulldogs struggled offensively in the third quarter, managing just three points while Plainview scored 12 of its own.

Plainview outscored Sulphur 19-16 in the fourth quarter.

Blake Nowell led the Indians with 12 points in the game followed by Taylon Chambers with 11 points and Devin Jones with 10 points. 

TJ Todd led Sulphur with 15 points followed by Tavius McDonald with 12 points.

Plainview will end the regular season Tuesday night at Dickson, while Sulphur ends the regular season at home against Kingston.