Hundley opened the scoring with a 47-yard touchdown run. David Little booted the extra point to put the Bobcats on top 7-0.
Breathitt's defense forced the Trojans to punt, and Justin Lamb returned the kick 67 yards for another Breathitt touchdown.
Cawood lit up the scoreboard with a 2-yard plunge by sophomore Michael White. Josh Bowman's extra point cut the Trojans' deficit to 14-7.
White led the Trojans with 62 yards on 17 carries, and sophomore Mikey Hensley rushed 16 times for 59 yards.
"We did some things a lot better tonight," Cawood coach Frank Smith said. "We ran the football a little bit. I was real pleased with our backs. I thought my two Mikeys both stuck it up in there good tonight."
Hundley countered with a 9-yard run for his second touchdown, and Todd Robinson added a 6-yard score to give Breathitt a 28-7 cushion after the first quarter.
The Bobcats picked up where they left off in the second period as Hundley rumbled 17 yards for another touchdown. Robinson added his second score on a 7-yard run, and Hundley connected with Eli Warren for a 27-yard touchdown to put the Bobcats up 49-7 at halftime.
Breathitt added one final touchdown on a 16-yard run early in the third quarter before bringing in the reserves, who fumbled twice and failed to score.
Smith said that the spread offense gave them trouble, but as the game wore on, the Trojans were able to adapt.
Smith said that on the defensive side of the ball, "it wasn't what they did, but what we didn't do."
Cawood (1-5 overall, 0-2 district) returns to action next week at Lee County, Va. Smith pointed to the contest as a potential turning point for the Trojans' season.
"We've got to go across the mountain and win," he said.
Breathitt County (7-0 overall, 2-0 district) will travel to Leslie County for a district clash.