FREMONT - By far it was Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic's worst offensive output of the season, but its defense stayed strong and held off Edison in a 39-29 non-conference game at the Thunder Dome.
The Crimson Streaks took a 15-8 lead in the first quarter as Brooke Casperson nailed a 3-pointer and knocked in another field goal scoring five of her nine points in the first.
Edison (4-2) received four points from Mariah Medina in the opening quarter.
Medina led the Chargers with ten points.
SJCC went ice cold in the second quarter as a free throw by Adrienne Wehring was the lone point for the Crimson Streaks as SJCC led by just one point at 16-15 at the half.
Catie Houser scored two baskets for Edison in the second to trim SJCC's lead to the narrowest of margins.
The Crimson Streaks (6-0 overall) then found its offensive rhythm in the third as Miranda Wammes scored seven of her 14 points in the period and Wehring added six of her 12 points.
SJCC will return to action on Saturday when it travels to Old Fort for a 6 pm junior varsity start.
Edison will host Tiffin Calvert on Saturday at 1 pm.