The Panthers (2-2) were able to capitalize on an early error from Tiger, with Coney and the two Burtons relying on a fumble and a penalty that allowed Jaylen Burton to win his first touchdown of the game.
Then in the second quarter, Jaylen Burton and KaRon Burton scored 30 rushing yards to take a 21-0 lead.
“Everything we do is through the team,” Coney said of the trio’s success. “Our O line, the blockers, the receivers, Bubba, Jaylen – everyone. I couldn’t do it without them.
The Hermitage defense was led by Brailen Jones and Christian Stubbs, with eight and seven tackles respectively.
Quarterback Kam Clarke put the Tigers on the board before half-time with a through pass that got Caleb Smith home on a short term, then ran for a 2-point conversion to send them off. at half-time 21-8. He finished with 110 yards in the air.
But the Panthers continued their dominance after the break. Tight end Dahman Arties had a 6 pick in the third quarter, then Chase Rivers received a TD from Jaylen Burton to close the scoring.
Hermitage now has a historic 46-11 advantage in the series.
JR Tucker will next face Glen Allen, who claimed his first win of the season with an overtime decision over Hermitage last week. Hermitage is set to face Meadowbrook next, a 0-2 schedule that had to call off their game against Petersburg this week after COVID precautions.