The Lady Warriors cruised 70-59 and improved to 6-6 overall and 1-2 in division play under second-year head coach Crandal Porter.
Jaleshia Jones led EC with 26 points. Jones is a freshman forward and product of Wayne County High School.
Also scoring in double figures were Tynika Bender, 18; and Tanihhija Hughes, 13. Bender is a freshman guard from Newton and Hughes is a sophomore forward from Forest. Hughes was also credited with 16 rebounds.
Rajee McDonald and Felicia Guynes each had 11 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs, who fell to 0-12 and 0-2.
EC led 41-35 at halftime.
In the men’s contest, EC held on for an 85-82 decision to improve to 6-6 overall and 2-1 in league competition under first-year head coach Robert Thompson.
Jacques Johnson led the Warriors with 30 points. Johnson is a sophomore guard/forward and product of Provine High School in Jackson.
Other scorers in double figures were Michael Matlock, 16; and Quinton Campbell, 10. Matlock is a freshman guard/forward from Central High School in Memphis. Campbell, a freshman forward, hails from Mary G. Montgomery High School in Mobile. Campbell led in rebounds with 14.
Rod Taylor pumped in 25 points to lead the Bulldogs, who dropped to 2-10 and 0-2.
EC held a 44-36 advantage at the break.
The Lady Warrior and Warriors travel to MS Gulf Coast Community College Thursday, Jan. 16. Game times are 6 and 8 p.m. on the Perkinston campus.