Emma Cook and Megan Casey scored 14 points apiece as the Berry College women’s basketball team defeated Covenant College, 75-51, on Wednesday night.

The Vikes (4-3) outscored the Scots (1-4) in every quarter.

Cook was 6-of-13 from the field and led the team with nine rebounds. Casey shot 7-for-10 for Berry in only 15 minutes of play. She also grabbed seven rebounds and had one steal on the night.

Eleven different players scored for Berry. Imani Smith and Peyton Howell each added eight points.

Smith was 3-for-7 in the field and sank two three-pointers. She also forced three steals for Berry. Howell sank one three-pointer and shot 3-of-7 from the field. She also grabbed six rebounds and recorded a steal.

BC maintained a small lead for most of the first half and headed to the locker room ahead 31-26 at halftime.

The Vikings then opened the third quarter with seven unanswered points, jumping to a quick 38-26 lead.

For Covenant, Aleigha Williams led the scoring effort with 12 points. Williams was 5-for-10 from the field, as well as 2-of-6 from the three-point line.

The Vikes shot 45.3-percent (29-of-64) to the Scots’ 26.7-percent (16-of-60). Berry also led the game in rebounds (51-35), assists (20-8) and steals (11-6). Rosie Lynch dished eight assists for BC.

“We lost to Covenant to open the year, but we’ve improved a lot,” said Vikings’ Head Coach Stephanie Dunn. “We have a young team and have grown since then. The team is coming together and our players are accepting and playing different roles.”

The Vikings will open up Southern Athletic Association play on Friday, December 4 against the Stormy Petrels of Oglethorpe University. Game time is 6 p.m. at the Cage Center.