Most of the damage was done inside by junior post players Sierra Jordan and Emily Pitkin.
"Most times that is our plan," the fifth-year coach said. "We just need a point guard who can get them the ball."
He was referring to Jarrell who only had four points, but dished out 10 assists, made seven steals and had just three turnovers against constant defensive pressure.
That helped Pitkin and Jordan finish with 17 and 16 points, respectively.
"Each of our post players has improved greatly," Jarrell said. "I know they can make it if I can get it to them."
Throw in a pair of good perimeter shooters in Alex Ellis and Stephanie Bias and Jarrell hopes this can be the year the Knights are not the odd team out in a sectional that includes other top 10 teams in Huntington and Spring Valley.
Huntington beat them by 21 in the second game of the season and the Timberwolves defeated Cabell Midland by just two points on Jan. 23.
A dangerous Logan squad is also in the same section.
"We have one of the hardest sectionals in the state," Jarrell said. "But if we can win just one game we can get to the next level."
A level that does not seem as far away for the Knights as it once did.
Lina Villanueva finished with 12 points and Taliah Cashwell 11 to lead South Charleston.