Broome Centurians had no answers for the York Cougars on Friday, falling 62-0 in Week 1 action.
Broome managed to deny York on its first two possessions, forcing a punt and intercepting a Spencer Carroll pass.
But Broome could not capitalize and tallied just 20 total yards of offense in the first half.
"We just couldn't take advantage of (the interception)," Broome assistant coach Chris Vassey said. "Coach (Bobby) Carroll's got them rolling."
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In the second half, York's defense forced two turnovers and returned both for touchdowns.
After Carroll's first-quarter miscue, he threw two first-half touchdowns of four and 16 yards and added two more in the second half (19 and 11 yards).
York running back Lee Wright also had a strong night for the Cougars. He finished with 123 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
Even though the Cougars' offense was in control throughout much of the game, York head coach Bobby Carroll sees room for improvement.
"We sputtered at times, and I think Broome had something to do with that," Carroll said.