Sissonville likely wrapped a first-round home game in the Class AA playoffs but lost its leading receiver for a game in a 56-14 victory at Braxton County on Friday night.
The Indians (9-1), who entered the game at No. 7 in Class AA, were leading 49-0 when a fight broke out, resulting in the ejections of Sissonville receiver Houston Hill and Braxton senior Tony Conrad.
Because of Hill's ejection, he will not be eligible to play in next week's first-round playoff game, expected to be held at Sissonville's Joe Sawyer Field.
The Indians' Nathan Miller scored on two 45-yard runs, and Dominic Walker contributed scoring runs of 1 and 16 yards. Hill scored on a 4-yard pass from Miller.
Sissonville amassed 245 yards on the ground and 186 through the air. Braxton (1-9) did not score until the fourth quarter and picked just 140 yards in total offense.
The Indians avenged a final-game loss to the Eagles last year at Laidley Field that held them out of the AA playoffs.