"They moved the ball offensively and we couldn't get first downs," Hoover coach Tim Meyer said. "We really struggled offensively and you can't leave your defense out there the whole time like that."
To his point, the Huskies gained just 112 total yards in the second half and committed all three of their turnovers, while Sissonville churned out 245 yards.
After going 0 for 6 with an interception in the first half, Miller settled down and completed 4 of 5 passes including two touchdowns, one from 10 yards out to Josh Landis and one from 15 yards to Houston Hill.
Those scores were sandwiched around a Tyler Shaffer 85-yard interception return that accounted for 21 fourth-quarter points for Sissonville.
"Sissonville hasn't won a homecoming in probably 10 or 15 years and we decided to end the trend," Smolder said. "People come out here and watch this and support us and we just weren't going to lose our homecoming game, bottom line.
"Compliment our defense, they played lights out in the second half. We run the crap out of them. They're in shape and they can play 48 minutes wide open and that's our mindset. We're not very big anywhere really, but we train year-round, we work hard, we believe, and conditioning really paid off tonight."
Walker ran for a game-best 183 yards on 23 carries while Wilkinson chipped in 129 yards on 14 carries.
Miller added 46 yards on nine carries, including a 1-yard score in the second quarter and his punt return touchdown early in the second quarter tied the game at 7 after Hoover quarterback Tyler Americo ran in from 5 yards to put the Huskies ahead after one quarter.
Hoover's Shaun Dotson had a 6-yard touchdown run a couple of minutes before halftime to knot things up at 14 but was limited to just 37 yards on 11 carries. Brandon Scarberry led Hoover with 45 yards on four carries.