Ty Buckley belted two doubles and collected two RBIs to lead the offense in the first game. Buckley is a sophomore first baseman and product of Neshoba Central High School.
Haley Stephens also recorded multiple hits, as the sophomore third baseman from Union belted two singles.
Other hitters were Morgan Porter of Enterprise, double; and Mallory Turner of West Lauderdale, Lindsey Beard of Clarkdale, Skyler Simmons of Bob Jones (Ala.) High School and Karoline Holsonback of South Lamar (Ala.) High School, singles each.
Simmons, Holsonback and Makayla Kelly of Nederland (Texas) High School, were credited with an RBI each.
Runs were scored by Turner, Porter, Buckley, Stephens and Nikki Triplett of Forest.
Kendra Wilson went the distance to record the shutout victory. She allowed two hits, fanned six batters and walked two in the seven-inning battle. Wilson is a product of South Lamar (Ala.) High School.
In the second contest, Kelly homered for the Lady Diamond Warriors’ lone run.
Porter contributed two doubles and Holsonback had two singles. Buckley also singled.
Kelly took the loss despite not allowing an earned run. She gave up six hits and fanned a batter.
The Lady Diamond Warriors are now 7-1 under first-year head coach Kristin Chaney, assistant Courtney Nunn and volunteer assistant Kasie Buckley.
ECCC hosts Alabama Southern Monday, Feb. 24. Game times are 3 and 5 p.m. on the Decatur campus.