"Even though we didn't score a lot we were able to keep them from scoring."
The Patriots held the Black Eagles scoreless in the third quarter. Each team scored just 12 points in the second half.
"We did OK in the first half," Harrison said. "We kind of got tired at the end."
The Patriots (3-1) have played every day this week, three games in a row.
The Black Eagles (4-3) struggled from the beginning hitting only one of their first 10 shots.
They received a little lift in the second quarter from Talia Cashwell who hit three of her four shots in the quarter for seven points. She finished with 11 points.
The Patriots did find the range for one quarter when they hit 7 of 15 shots in the second quarter scoring 17 points with Harrison accounting for 10 of those.
She moved outside to find openings in South Charleston's swarming defense.
"They are a very physical team," Harrison said. "The refs let us play a little bit."
The teams combined to shoot just 12 free throws with George Washington taking only two.
The Patriots get a couple of days off now before facing St. Albans at 5:30 p.m. Saturday in another game at the Civic Center. South Charleston travels to Capital for a 7:30 p.m. Friday meeting with the Cougars.