South Lakes improved its overall record to 2-3 when it defeated Louisa County 27-21 in a non-conference home game on Friday.
South Lakes was led by Zac Parker, who had first-quarter touchdown runs of 92 and 42 yards. Running back Antonio Dixon ran in the third touchdown, which put the Seahawks up 21-0 in the third.
The Lions (2-4) scored three unanswered touchdowns in the third and fourth quarters, all by Zack Jackson. Jackson got Louisa County on the board when he returned an interception 58 yards for the score. He followed that with catches of 42 and 16 yards.
The score was tied at 21 until quarterback Rashaan Jones carried the ball in himself with 8:40 remaining in the game.
The Seahawks, 0-2 in Liberty District, return to conference play Friday when they travel to McLean. McLean is coming off a 42-6 victory over Marshall.