Simpson had three players in double figures to in its dominating win over Hathaway on Saturday.
The Broncos controlled the paint on both sides of the floor en route to their 69-49 win at the SW Shootout at South Beauregard High School.
Simpson (10-12) has just seven girls on its roster, forcing head coach Stephen Briscoe to have to manage his team a little more closely.
"Most teams usually just play with seven or eight, but with mine, foul trouble can really kill you," he said. "We had to deal with it today. My point guard and our post player that helps a lot with a handling the ball got into foul trouble in the third. Every body has to shift a position. Our girls did a good job today of breaking the press. Hathaway is a young team and does a lot of full-court pressure.
"I have to coach them a little more about how not to get into foul trouble and how to rotate them in to play a different position."
The Broncos got out to a 16-6 lead at the end of the first quarter, and was able to stretch the led to 16 with a pair of free throws by forward Ashely Addison early in the second quarter.
Hathaway cut the lead to 11 near the end of the half, as Simpson took a 28-17 lead into the break.
The Hornets made it a single-digit deficit at the 7:09 mark in the third quarter, but Simpson responded with a 8-0 run to make it a 38-21 lead.
With just under two minutes to go in the third quarter, Ally Berry hit back-to-back layups to stop a 5-0 run by Hathaway.
"We struggle sometimes to score when we can't get points in transition and out of press breaks," Briscoe said. "We haven't been doing a great job of setting up our half-court offense. That's why we got on runs when we get turnovers or long passes out of a press break of long rebound. It's good and allows you to get a big lead."
Berry scored seven more in the fourth quarter, and the Broncos outscored the Hornets 25-20 in the final frame for the victory.
Berry scored a game-high 25 points for the Broncos, while forwards Addison and Payton Miller each added eight points for Simpson in the win.