The Herndon Hornets won the Baron Cameron Bowl for the 11th time since 1999, traveling to Reston Monday night and beating the South Lakes Seahawks, 33-7.
The teams parried through the opening minutes of the game until two Seahawks mistakes, a bad snap on an attempted punt and an interception, led to two quick Hornets touchdowns and a 14-0 lead. South Lakes rallied on a Rashaan Jones run to close the gap to 14-7 before Herndon's Josh Schow scored his second touchdown of the quarter for a 20-7 halftime lead.
Herndon finally put the game away with two fourth quarter touchdown runs from Ky Parrott and Darrius Hicks to close the scoring.
The game was stopped for over 20 minutes early in the first quarter while Herndon junior defensive back Ryan Richards was removed from the playing field via ambulance with an apparent left leg injury.
Herndon evened its record at 1-1 and hosts Yorktown Friday, while winless South Lakes (0-2) goes on the road to Stone Bridge.