In game one, Mallory Lee of Quitman scored Christen Benson of Brookhaven on an RBI in the eighth inning to give East Central a 1-0 victory over the host Lady Wildcats.
Lacey Hill of Kilbourne (La.) High School went the distance on the mound, allowing no runs on one hit through eight innings. She struck out nine batters and walked two.
Hitters for ECCC were Mallory Turner of West Lauderdale, two singles; Andi Hannaford of Magnolia Heights School in Senatobia, Caitlyn Aldous of Petal and Karoline Holsonback of South Lamar High School in Kennedy, Ala., each with a single.
Chloe Thaggard of Leake Academy pitched a shutout in game two to help the Warriors claim an 8-0 victory.
Thaggard allowed no runs on two hits in six innings. She fanned nine and walked one.
Aldous had a triple and single to lead the EC offense. She also tallied three RBIs and scored a run.
Additional hitters were Holsonback, two doubles; Hannaford, two singles; and Katlyn Duke of Neshoba Central and Benson, each with a single.
In addition to Aldous, runs were scored by Maegen Ellis of Oak Hill Academy in West Point (2), Turner, Gibson, Lee, Duke and Benson.
ECCC hosts Jones County Junior College Friday, March 27. Doubleheader action begins at 3 and 5 p.m. on the Decatur campus.
The Lady Warriors travel to Meridian Community College Monday, March 30, for games beginning at 3 and 5 p.m.