At Jim Boyd Gymnasium
Jasper 5 10 3 6 - 24 (1-4)
West Point 24 16 20 8 - 68 (6-0)
WEST POINT: Miraim Oldacre 16, Olivia Ball 13, Kyler Hembree 10, Mackenzie Carter 8, Maci Hamby 6, Lexi Shadix 4, Micah Oldacre 4, Brooke Brownfield 3, Molly Pendley 4.
JASPER: Kelsey Shelton 7, McKinley Ferguson 4.
FLASH NOTES: Playing for the first time since last Wednesday, the Lady Warriors remained undefeated, starting the game with a 12-0 lead halfway into the first quarter and coasted from that point.
Richie Penn's Lady Warriors matched a season high of scoring 40 points by halftime, then turned on the offense for a 20-point third period, that included a 15-0 run before Jasper scored at 3:11 of the third stanza.
A hot clock was inserted in the final period with the Lady Warriors well ahead of their opponent from Walker County as their last five victories have come on the floor of Jim Boyd Gymnasium.
Nine earned their name into the scoring column with three getting double digit efforts.
Up next for West Point: Tuesday at Good Hope
Jasper 12 13 16 14 - 55 (0-3)
West Point 18 10 22 14 - 64 (2-3)
WEST POINT: Kolton Sapp 22, Kolby Sullins 16, Austin Dubberly 14, Rylan Jones 6, Hunter Persall 3, Tyler Thompson 3.
JASPER: Devin Harris 25, Jeremiah Hammond 9
FLASH FACTS: West Point's first game at home was a contest in which the Warriors had to overcome problems from the foul line. The Warriors visited the stripe 40 times in the game, hitting 23.
Randy Jones' team was just nine of 19 in the first half, but raised the numbers to 66 percent in the second half on 14 of 21.
The third period was a see saw affair as the Vikings and Warriors swapped the lead on the scoreboard four times and had four ties.
Harris scored that gave Jasper the lead at 41-39 with 2:00 to play in the third as the Warriors tied it on a shot by Thompson with 1:39 to go.
A three-point play by Sullins off a steal sent West Point ahead to stay as the Warriors finished the period with an 11-0 run and a 50-41 lead going to the final period.
The Warriors final seven points came from the line with Dubberly, Jones, Sapp and Persall making the attempts count in holding off a hard charging Jasper unit, led by Davis who ripped the cords for 25 points.
West Point led by 10 points early in the game and matched that lead on free throws from Sapp with 19 seconds remaining.
The victory snapped a three-game losing streak for the Warriors, who played in the Marx Optical Classic last week in Priceville.
Up next for West Point: Tuesday at Good Hope.
Photo 1: West Point Lady Warriors defense, Olivia Ball (20), Mackenzie Carter (23), Miriam Oldacre (10), Micah Oldacre (21) and Brooke Brownfield (3) in victory over Jasper.
Photo 2: West Point guards Hunter Persall (2) and Kolby Sullins apply pressure.
Sportspage photos by Johnny Thornton.