Danielle Carr also had a big hand in the come-from-behind win, as her 3-pointer with about five minutes remaining—followed shortly by another bucket—allowed the Lady Hornets to narrow the lead before the big run.
The 3-pointer gave Carr her first points of the night. She finished with seven.
Edmond Santa Fe had the ball down three with less than 30 seconds remaining but the Lady Hornets forced a turnover and then Carr hit a pair of free throws to keep the Wolves from getting another shot at tying the game.
Mariah Williams hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to cut the final deficit to two.
MaKenzie Ellis scored 16 to lead Tulsa Washington while Tori Cooks added 13 and Rachel Block 10.
Tamara Lee led Edmond Santa Fe with 24 points while Cameerah Graves added 16.
Santa Fe loses just one starter from this year’s team.
“This right here will help us get back to this point,” Bass said. “We’ll get better and be better for this.”