Wyoming East made a late third quarter run, but James Monroe held steady in the fourth.
The Lady Mavericks pulled away for a 68-50 win at New Richmond last Thursday night.
East trailed by as much as 11, 44-33, midway through the third stanza. But the Warriors made a run to make a game of it.
Chiara Jewell (12 points, three assists) converted a three-point play to shave the margin to 44-36.
It was 48-40 when Brianne Pertee connected from close range.
Jewell hit a long three-pointer as the buzzer sounded to get the deficit down to 48-45.
Chelsea Duncan’s foul shot 19 seconds into the fourth quarter made it 48-46. But the Lady Warriors got no closer.
James Monroe’s pressure defense forced turnovers and created scoring chances. A couple of foul shots and a three-pointer from Emily McKinney pushed JM’s lead to 53-46.
Kelsie Mann hit a lay up and drew the foul with 6:11 on the clock. Her free throw extended the lead to ten.
The Lady Mavs (6-2) continued to build on the lead. East strugged offensively, managing just one field goal and five points in the final period.
James Monroe held a 21-14 edge after the first quarter and went up by as much as 13 before East rallied with a Hailey Lowman trey and a bucket by Jewell to make it 35-29.
Jordan Page sank a three-pointer to give the visitors a 38-29 halftime margin.
Mann scored 18 to pace JM. Laine Shiflet had 14. McKinney (11) and Page (10) were also in double figures.