Broughton took a 2-0 lead nearly midway through the half when Brickhouse lofted a long throw-in into the box that was headed by junior Elvis Wiredu to senior Brandon Gettinger, who headed the ball into the goal.
But Millbrook fought back, slotting a header into the goal off a corner kick about 10 minutes later. At halftime, Broughton was up 2-1.
Those were just the beginning of key plays involving players' heads, as Wiredu just missed the goal wide on a header off another long throw-in by Brickhouse about 12 minutes into the second half. A few minutes later, Broughton keeper Frankie Stallings made a leaping save with his head as he raced a Millbrook player to a ball outside the box.
Broughton then took a 3-1 lead a couple of minutes later when Brickhouse - you guessed it - headed in a cross from Wiredu.
Earlier, Broughton's junior varsity team lost 1-2 to Millbrook.
The Caps next game is a home contest on Wednesday against Sanderson. Encourage your friends and family to come out to provide a great home crowd as the Caps look to keep their winning streak going.