McClendon also had nine assists and four steals in the win which improved the Lady Chargers to 11-0 in their first season.
Manon Cherubuini scored 18 points, and Gabrielle Kendall finished with 10 rebounds.
In other action Wednesday:
GEORGIA PERIMETER MEN 68, GHC 62
Femi Ojuolape and Damon mitchell each scored 18 points as Georgia Highlands fell to Georgia Perimeter.
The Chargers went on a 13-2 run in the second half to cut the lead to one, but could not hold off the Jaguars.
GNTC WOMEN 81, COVENANT 47
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats ran wild in Rome Wednesday night as the NJCAA Region XVII defending champs made easy work of NCAA Division III Covenant, 81-47.
Alyssa Nichelson led the way for the Lady Cats (5-5) in the non-region win with 19 points.
Former Armuchee standout Sierra Smith was 6-for-10 from the 3-point line and finished with 18 points. Odessa Person finished with 15 rebounds and former Pepperell star Kiara Parks had eight points and nine assists.
GNTC MEN 79, COVENANT 57
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats led by as many as 30 points on their way to a 79-57 win against Covenant.
Former Trion player Hunter Ivester led with a game-high 21 points, former Model player Quinton Cotton scored 13, Richard Olsen scored 12, and former Sonoraville player Tavish Reynolds scored 10.
POINT MEN 74, BERRY 61
Jonathan Abrams matched a career-high with 25 points, but Berry College lost at Point University.
Abrams was 10-for-17 from the field and hit two 3-pointers. The Skyhawks improved to 10-3. Berry lost its fifth straight contest and is now 1-5.
Abrams had 14 points at the break. Jake Wright made a lay-up with 8:15 left in the game to cut the margin to 51-48, but the Vikings couldn’t get any closer.