Manon Cherubini led GHC with 21 points. Seandre Lee added 11 for the Lady Chargers (19-4, 10-3).
GHC earned the win desite having a tough night at the free throw line, making just 13 of 28 attempts, and being out-rebounded, 49-37.
The Lady Chargers return to action at home on Monday, hosting Middle Georgia College at 5:30 p.m.
In the men’s game on Wednesday, the Chargers were victimized by a 23-2 run in the second half and suffered a 72-58 loss to South Georgia Tech.
GHC led 29-26 at the half before South Georgia Tech stormed back.
The Chargers were led by JR Davis and Caleb Martin with 11 points each, fol-lowed by former Rome High player Demaurius Morgan with nine points and nine assists.
The Chargers host Middle Georgia College on Monday at 7:30 p.m.