The tenacious Warrior defense sacked Trojan quarterback Mason Jordan six times and forced eight Trojan turnovers, including a pair returned for touchdowns.
Senior Josh Mays starred on both sides of the ball for the Warriors. Mays rushed for a game high 156 yards on 23 carries including a 26-yard touchdown run, and also intercepted 3 passes to pace Warren.
Warrior quarterback Dylan Leffingwell rushed for three scores and passed for another, a 52-yard bomb to Jeremy Fivecoait. The Warriors got the scoring going on a pair of defensive returns for scores.
Jeremy Hastie intercepted Jordan and rambled 78 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, and on the ensuing kick-off, Jake Scott picked up a fumble and raced 27 yards to give Warren an early 13-0 lead.
The Trojans came right back to take a short lived 14-13 lead on a 57-yard strike from Jordan to freshman Darian Robinson and an interception return of their own by Ronnie Truman.
Warren jumped back in front on the connection between Leffingwell and Fivecoait and never looked back, outscoring Portsmouth 30-7 the rest of the way.
The win improved Warren's season record to 3-1 and 1-0 in the SEOAL.
The Warriors return home to battle Jackson next Saturday night while Portsmouth returns home as Chillicothe is the homecoming opponent.