Following a gusty performance in a losing effort against undefeated Blanchard Tuesday, the Plainview Indians were looking to capitalize on their new found momentum against Davis at home on Thursday.

Following a gusty performance in a losing effort against undefeated Blanchard Tuesday, the Plainview Indians were looking to capitalize on their new found momentum against Davis at home on Thursday. 

Thanks to a strong effort by starting pitcher Payton Webber, the Indians were able to earn their 15th win of the season in a 6-3 victory over the Wolves. 

“ I thought we came out and competed really well,” Plainview coach Ryan Luhmann said. “We just have to keep showing up ready to play everyday. That has been the key for us when we’ve played well. We’ve shown up and compete against whoever we are playing against.” 

After Webber got out of the first inning unscathed, the Indians were the first to get on the board in the bottom of the first. 

Wolves starting pitcher Gavin Moore retired the first two batters he faced, but Trey Burton was able to slap a line drive just out of the reach of right fielder Cody Caraway. 

While heading to third, the throw went into the Indians dugout, allowing Burton to score on the error.

After a scoreless second, the Indians would again score another run in the third. 

Owen Lassahn walked to to lead off the inning, and would later score on a throwing error.

The Indians would add three in the bottom of the fourth on an RBI double by Chase Owen and an RBI single by Lassahn.  

Trailing 5-0, the Wolves would claw their way back in the top of the fifth.

Raydyn Adams led off the inning with a walk, and moved to second two batters later on a Jayce Idleman single. 

Trey Parker would then line a triple to center, driving in Amos and Idleman. 

Parker would score when the throw sailed into the Indians dugout. 

In the bottom of the sixth Burton would add an insurance run for the Indians when he homered over the left field fence to give his team the 6-3 victory.

Webber pitched a complete game, going seven innings giving up three runs and striking out eight.

The Indians will be at home on Friday against Lone Grove and Marietta, while the Wolves will be at Madill.