The Lady Pioneers will enter district play riding high after a road win.
Warren County avenged an early season loss Saturday night, downing Livingston Academy 46-35.
Senior Grace Rains led the way with 16 points and Tyra Wright added eight as the Lady Pioneers improved to 8-10 this season.
A dominant defense allowed Warren County to take down the Lady Wildcats, who won at Charlie Dalton Gym 39-38 in November. The Lady Pioneers didn’t surrender a field goal until the second quarter, allowing the team to build an 11-1 advantage in the first quarter.
Megan Patch bookended the second period with 3-pointers, pushing Warren County to a 23-6 halftime lead. Patch finished with nine points - all coming on 3-pointers.
Freshman Jaden Smartt added four points in the second half, while Kam Nowlin drilled a 3-pointer in the fourth quarter.
Warren County opens district play at home Tuesday at 6 p.m. against Stone Memorial.