Plainview Indians Football Feature – Presented by Carter County Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM

Plainview Indians  


Last 6 Years:
2018 – 9-3

2017 – 9-3

2016 – 13-2

2015 -9-3

2014 – 5-7

2013 – 13-1


The Plainview Indians have talent returning on both sides of the ball and lots of seniors ready to lead the team. “We have a great bunch of seniors,” said head coach Joe Price. “They have high expectations for themselves so it will be exciting to see how they perform throughout the season.” On offense, this will be a downhill run team. They have a great core of skill players back, including wide receiver Blake Nowell (6-4, 185, Sr.), who is a TCU commit. Last year Nowell had 45 receptions over 832 yards and 13 touchdowns in addition to his 134 rushing yards and three other TDs. Back at the helm is quarterback Brock Parham (6-2, 180, Sr.), who went 139-of-202 through the air for 2,022 yards and 22 touchdowns. Running back Jaxon Clemons (5-11, 185, Sr.) will carry the load on the ground, adding to his 97 carries for 901 yards and 13 touchdowns. All-around athlete Payton Webber (6-0, 195, Sr.) will likely be utilized at receiver, but will continue to be an asset all over the field. Last year Webber had 30 receptions for 316 yards, 299 rushing yards, 163 passing yards and a total of 12 touchdowns. Kenny Sutherlin (5-9, 205, Sr.) returns after averaging 37 yards per punt last year and didn’t miss a field goal. OSU commit Eli Russ (6-5, 315, Sr.) will keep the offensive line strong as always. 


The defense features a good range in the secondary and three of four starting linebackers returning. Tyler Berryhill (6-2, 195, Sr.), Trevor Burton (5-10, 200, Sr.), and Caleb Burson (6-1, 190, Sr.) will make up the bulk of the linebacker core with help from Joe Black (6-2, 180, Sr.). Last year Berryhill, Burton and Burson accounted for a combined total of 256 tackles, 18 for loss, four sacks, three fumble recoveries, two interceptions and two forced fumbles. A threat at defensive end, Adam Greisman (6-1, 215, Sr.) will look to top his 68 tackles, seven for loss, three sacks and a fumble recovery from last year. In the secondary, Jake Geurin (5-9, 170, Sr.) returns to his free safety spot to add to his 63 tackles of last season.


9-6 – OPEN

9-13 – at Tuttle

9-20 – vs. Elgin

9-27 – vs. Purcell

10-4 – at Bethel

10-11 – vs. Marlow

10-17 – vs. Sulphur

10-25 – at Lone Grove

11-1 – at Pauls Valley

11-8 – vs. Douglass