Meanwhile, the Lady Dragons of Paris, who are the fourth-place team in Region XIV, will enter play Saturday sitting at 10-8, 4-2.
A big effort is expected from the JC women as the team will be attempting to even things up with Paris, after losing by two points in a game against the Lady Dragons last week.
A pair of JC sophomores, Deva'Nyar Workman and Ally Moore supplied much of the firepower in the Lady Jags' win over Bossier Parish Tuesday.
Workman led the way with 17 points, followed by Moore with 16. The duo combined to go 13 of 18 (72.2%) from the field.
Workman also accumulated four blocked shots in the game.
JC was deadly from afar in the game, hitting 34.5% (10 of 29) triple attempts.
Libia Carmona turned in a stellar performance as wel in scoring 12 points and hauling in 10 boards.
Bria Freeland added 11 points to compliment her five assists and Cecile Makakala had 10.
The JC ladies are directed by Leasa Ailshie.