Playing for the first time in 10 days, Waverly showed little rust as it defeated Jackson Lumen Christi, 69-34, on Friday night.
The Warriors are playing the way they hoped to around this time of the season.
“They had a tough stretch early on in the season, but we’re bouncing back right now,” said Waverly coach T.J. Hawkins. “We want to get some momentum going forward toward the end of February.”
From the very early moments, Waverly asserted its dominance over Jackson Lumen Christi.
By halftime, the Warriors had built a 40-17 advantage and were able to cruise to victory in the second half.
The Warriors ended the game with four players scoring in double figures.
Leading the way was sophomore Breanna Mobley, who finished with 15 points.
Waverly will be back in action on Tuesday when it travels to Charlotte to play the Orioles.