On the Raiders' first possession, quarterback Hunter Wright was intercepted by Nathan Miller, who laid out horizontally to make the grab.
"That [interception] gave us the momentum," Miller said. "Coach [Smolder] prepared us all week. We watched film and went over scouting reports. He is put us in the right spots and I was just able to make a play."
Miller, in his first full season as quarterback, also finished with 101 passing yards and two TDs while rushing for 56 yards on nine carries.
"It feels good to be able to lead the team," Miller said. "I'm glad that I am able to help out and hopefully we can keep this up."
The Indians took advantage of the interception with an 11-yard scoring run by Buford, then Tyler Shaffer scored on a 26-yard pass from Miller and Walker scored his second TD of the night on a 6-yard run to give the Indians a 26-0 halftime lead.
At the half, the Indians had a whopping 333 yards of total offense (269 rushing, 64 passing) while the Raiders managed 121 yards of offense.
The Indians added scores by Burford on a 51-yard run, Houston Hill's 17-yard pass from Miller and a Wilkinson 3-yard run.
The Raiders didn't do themselves any favors as they had two passes intercepted and lost three fumbles on the night.
"We are a young team," said Raiders coach Jeffrey Alexander. "We have freshmen on the line, a sophomore quarterback and running back. They are just learning how to play football. Not to take anything away from Sissonville, but it's kind of what we expected for this year. Growing pains more or less."
Wright led the Raiders with 69 yards passing and 44 yards rushing.