After driving to the Chapmanville 15, Hoover fumbled for the first time of the evening with 2:35 left in the third quarter. Hoover also fumbled on its next three possessions, eliminating any chance of adding to its lead. Hoover only ran six offensive plays in the game's final 14:35.
The Huskies also failed to field a squib kick following Workman's go-ahead touchdown, which allowed the Tigers to run out the game's final 1:54.
"Turnovers kill you and tonight it was rough," said Hoover coach Tim Meyer. "They were able to make a few big plays and we didn't.
"We kept putting our defense in bad positions, but they bowed their backs and played hard. We preach to the kids about ball security and talk about time of possession and tonight we just didn't do it."
Chapmanville scored the evening's first points on a 63-yard TD run by junior Devin Wiley with seven minutes left in the opening quarter. Wiley's conversion run gave the Tigers an 8-0 lead.
Wiley paced Chapmanville with 142 yards, including 110 at the half, while Workman finished with 82 bruising yards on 26 totes.
For the second straight week, Hoover was led on the ground by Shaun Dotson, who had 124 yards on 24 carries. Colton Thomas added 45 yards on 10 tries.