Corey Fulecki scored a game-high 24 points for Adairsville, to go along with six rebounds and two assists. Desmond Chester added 12 points to his team's cause.
But, it was the Tigers' defense that helped them get it done, keeping the Warriors under double digits in each quarter, save for the third when LFO scored 14.
"That's how we gotta win," Adairsville coach Jacob Travis said. "I'm really proud of where we are."
In the third quarter, Travis acknowledged that his team scored well, even though it did allow the Warriors to score some buckets, too. The Tigers still led by a comfortable margin, 42-29, going into the fourth.
Adairsville managed to maintain its lead and protected the ball, which hasn't always been the case.
"We're showing a lot of growth in the fourth quarter," Travis said. "Our ball handling is our Achilles heel [but] it stepped up tonight."
Micah Smith led LFO with 12 points and Seth Weaver added just 10.
"To keep the Weaver kid to 10 points," was huge, Travis said.
The Tigers led 12-6 after the first quarter and 23-15 at the half.
The victory allowed Adairsville to bounce back after losing to sub-region leader Rockmart the day before.
"We played well and lost big," Travis said of the Tigers 61-42 loss.
Adairsville (9-9), he said, has a big week ahead of it as it hosts three sub-region opponents, beginning Tuesday with Model.
The game tips off at 7:30 p.m.