ARDMORE, OK ---- The Plainview Indians have a lot going for them this season. This year's senior class has played in seven playoff games. That's quite a bit of experience but that's not all that's going to set this team apart in Class 3A
"This team...we stick close together pretty well. we have a lot more heart and I think we have a lot more leadership than last year. We know what to expect," Plainview senior center/nose guard, Keller Claxton said.
"Our heart and our work ethic. I think our work ethic is really really good. We don't worry about anybody else. We just make sure that we're beating ourselves," Plainview senior defensive end, Castin Spencer said.
The Indians have 15 seniors on their squad this year. And those seniors know that there's no better time than the present to lead this team to victory.
"This is their opportunity to share their vision with the rest of the team. This is their opportunity to leave that last stand of what their legacy is going to be within our football program," Plainview head coach, Chris Berus said.
"I'm most excited about playing with my team for my last year. And giving it my all and having no regrets. And just seeing how the end works out for the Plainview Indians," Claxton said.
Like most teams the Plainview Indians hope that in the end they are bringing home the gold ball. But right now the focus is on getting better every day.
"I think our kids have that heart, they have that fight, they have that desire. We have a chance of being a pretty good football team. But we can never be satisfied with a days work. We can never be satisfied with a win. We can never be satisfied with a position. Outcome is irrelevent, are you giving your very best moment by moment...that's what were looking for," Berus said.