GLENVILLE — Rachel Rosen and Reagan Sharp were dominant for the Warriors (3-1) in their 66-53 road win at Gilmer County.
Sharp had 14 points along with six steals, seven assists and 10 rebounds. Rosen finished with 12 points — all in the second half — and 15 rebounds.
“They had a nice crowd and really got going early by hitting some 3s,” head coach Mike Baldy said. “We settled in in the second half. Reagan isn’t scoring as much but she’s facilitating a lot more. She’s still working really hard out there.”
Leighton Croft led all scorers with 19 points, while Paige Dixon also scored in double-figures for the Warriors, finishing with 12 points.
Trinity will travel to Clay-Battelle at 7 p.m. Thursday.