Parker had 104 on 30 carries, but 62 of that came on the opening drive, an 80-yard, 16-play drive that Parker finished with a 3-yard run.
But after that, Parker was held in check.
"I got on a couple of our kids [after the drive]," Valley coach Benny Hopkins said. "We were sitting there letting him take it to us. I told them we had to attack him. After that we adjusted and our linebackers did a pretty good job."
Valley responded with 22 straight points. Wilkerson finished off the first drive with a 9-yard touchdown pass to Mark Hess on fourth down and the Hounds' other quarterback, Matt Whiteside, scrambled 7 yards for a score to make it 16-6.
That's when Wilkerson came up with a game changer.
Meadow Bridge's Ryan Church had a 66-yard punt return for a score to make it 22-12 but Valley stopped the bleeding with an 18-yard Breckenridge-to-Wilkerson touchdown pass and Breckenridge finished it off with a 48-yard interception return.
Valley's Cody Winter ran for 107 yards on 15 carries
"It's a tough place to win down here," Hopkins said. "So, yes, it's a big win. We'll take it and start getting ready for Pendleton County [Friday at Martin Field in Montgomery]."
Meadow Bridge (5-1) travels to Grundy, Va., Next week.