"Anytime you can move the ball and run clock, it's great," Smolder said. "We want to take care of the ball, move it, and that keeps them on the field and wears them down. We are in pretty good shape conditioning-wise."
On their second possession of the game, Sissonville scored again as Miller completed the six play, 50-yard drive with a one yard QB keeper, and the Indians were off to an early 13-0 lead.
Chapmanville looked to cut the deficit to a one score and had a first and goal at the Sissonville nine-yard, but the drive stalled.
The Indians quickly made the Tigers pay for not scoring, as they drove 96 yards on 10 plays, capped off by a 30-yard touchdown pass from Miller to Josh Landis with 17 seconds left in the half for a 21-0 cushion.
"That was big right before the half," Smolder said. "Nathan has a strong arm, the line was doing a good job protecting, and our receivers were doing fine catching the ball. If the defense gives us something we think is there, we are going to try and exploit it."
Sissonville came out in the second half and put the game away, scoring on the first play of their first possession. Jared Wilkinson scampered 32 yards for the touchdown run to give the Indians a commanding 27-0 lead.
Zac Casto finally put Chapmanville on the board with a 22-yard touchdown reception from Alex Berry with 4:12 left in the third quarter but Sissonville quickly responded on their next possession with Wilkinson scoring from five yards out.
With Sissonville leading 33-6 in the fourth quarter, Walker scored his second touchdown with a one-yard run before Chapmanville closed out the game with two touchdowns. Paul Workman ran one in from two yards out and Casto caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from Berry.
On the game, Wilkinson led Sissonville with 105 yards rushing and two touchdowns while Miller added 78 yards passing and 76 yards rushing.
Devin Wiley led Chapmanville with 68 yards on the ground.