"I feel like we were just better prepared," Scappoose coach Sean McNabb said.
"We played with a ton more enthusiasm than last week and were just much more physical."
added, "If you can start a football game by scoring on the first play or just start by being explosive on offense or very physical on defense you can dictate the tempo of the game."
The Indians got two touchdown runs from Stutzer in the second quarter, and a three-yard plunge from Darone Jacob near the end of the half.
"We did a good job on both sides of the ball.
We stopped their running game," McNabb
"Having Chad in there definitely strengthens us up front and creates more depth," McNabb
Darone (Jacob) ran the ball well and Carson Davison did well with his
"Tillamook is a team that is improving every week," McNabb
"They like to run the football and were able to hang in there with Astoria.
I think they were only down 28-27 at the half.
"They were able to move the ball up and down the field against them.
They're not going to be a pushover like they have been in the past when we were able to score a lot of points.
This is a different team."
likes the idea that the game will be on the artificial turf at Tillamook, thinking it gives Scappoose a good chance to display their speed.