In a game halted with 3:20 remaining in the first half, host Homestead blanked Southwest, 44-0, Thursday night at Harris Field. The Broncos (4-0) scored on every possession, needing an average of only three plays per drive. Homestead went for two points after all six touchdowns, converting four times and failing twice. The Eagles (0-3) picked up two first downs, both on pass interference penalties. Southwest had negative 11 yards rushing and did not complete a pass. The game was called before halftime due to the possibility of lightning and the one-sidedness of the contest. The Broncos are one of the two best teams in the south end of the county and the toughest opponent on the Eagles schedule.