Madison Scoggins scored for the Lady Colonels (1-3.
"We needed to do well [to win] and we did," Cartersville head coach Blake Dudley said. "Cass is a good team and they played us hard. We still have some work to do."
Phil Phillips, Cass head coach, said the goal by Cartersville (1-2) just before halftime challenged the Lady Colonels and they responded by keeping the game close until the 65th minute.
"We fended them off, but we could have done a little better job," he said. "We're a young team, and we're going to have to take our bumps and bruises for a while."
Cartersville found the net early in the contest as Anderson dribbled across the face of the goal, then buried one from about 15 yards out in the ninth minute.
Cass (1-1-2) quickly responded with a goal from Scoggins in the 12th minute.
The Cass and Cartersville defenses then took front and center for the next 27-plus minutes and maintained the 1-1 deadlock until several Lady Canes dribbled the ball to the middle and Anderson fired the second Cartersville score of the evening in the 39th minute, allowing the visiting team to go into the break with a 2-1 lead.
Both teams showed their defensive sides much of the second half as well until Anderson buried her third goal of the evening in the 65th minute.
Two minutes later Savannah Andersen dribbled down the right side and crossed the ball to Lindsey Anderson, who found the net a fourth time.
Cass visits Cedartown today, and Cartersville plays Woodland on Friday.