The Lady Wildcats trailed 16-9 at the end of the first frame but Forsyth outscored them 11-3 on their way to a 27-12 lead at the break.
Woodland proved fiesty in the third quarter as it outscored the home team, 13-12, to close the margin to 39-24. Forsyth responded in the final period with a 23-7 run.
Olivia Rutledge led Woodland with 19 points while Lyrica Solomon added seven on behalf of Woodland (3-10, 0-5 in 7-AAAA).
Coach Colman Roberts said the Lady Wildcats had their hands full.
"Forsyth (11-2, 2-1) is a really good team. They are a veteran team and they're big," Roberts said. "They distribute the ball well and they don't have just one person who can score. They have a lot."
He said Woodland now must take aim at improving its game.
"Whenever the snow leaves, we will go back to practice," he said, anticipating that the snow being forecast over the next couple of days will fall.
Woodland's next game is scheduled for Tuesday, when it hosts Northwest Whitfield in another region game.