Coach Meghan Johnson said the victory, which lifts Adairsville's record to 6-19 and 4-8 in Region 7A-AA, qualified the Lady Tigers to play in the region tournament, which it will host this weekend at Hamilton Crossing.
"We just hope we continue to play like that," Johnson said.
Taylor Weeks got the win for Adairsville, as she gave up one hit and struck out eight Coosa Eagles throughout her seven innings of work.
The Lady Tigers and Lady Eagles kept goose eggs up on the scoreboard through three innings but that ended soon after Kaliegh Liscio singled her way on base in the fourth frame, then stole second. Haley Lancaster added an RBI single to right field to give Adairsville its first lead of the contest and break the scoreless tie.
Lancaster continued to swing a big bat for Adairsville in the seventh inning and she contributed a single. Hannah Greeson stepped in as a pinch runner and stole second and third base. From there, Molly Seaman singled to right to drive in the speedy Greeson and close out scoring.
"We're really proud of them for coming through with a win in their final game of the season," Johnson said. "We hope they continue that play throughout the playoffs." She said she is looking forward to hosting the tournament, adding that the Bartow County Recreation Department has proved very hospitable for such events.
"They are doing a lot for our program," she said. "This is the second tournament we've hosted through them this year and they just work so hard for us."
She said the tournament starts at 10 a.m.