Cass earlier had defeated Henry County, 19-4. The two wins lifted the Colonels' overall record to 5-4.
"It's nice to be on the plus side of .500 again," head coach Todd Eubanks said.
The two wins not only improved the Colonels' record but represented a dramatic improvement from their performance in Friday night's game, which they lost 9-2 due in good measure to anemic hitting and poor fielding (six errors).
"We came out today and swung the bat well and just played solid," Eubanks said. "We played loose and the kids had a lot of fun."
He said Friday's performance was on the opposite end of that scale.
"Last night we couldn't catch a cold," he said Saturday. "Today they caught everything that was hit at them."
He said the two wins also showed positive results from the work the kids have been putting in for baseball.
"Their conditioning really paid off," he said. "They played two games in the heat and they didn't show any signs of being tired.
"The kids played two solid games and when we got things started going our way, we just kept them going that way."
The Colonels had to come from behind to defeat the Tigers in the high school baseball matchup, as Stockbridge struck for two runs in the top of the second, for a 2-0 lead. Cass answered with four runs in the bottom of the frame.
Stockbridge scored in the top of the third but the Colonels answered with two as they grabbed a 6-3 lead.
The Tigers responded with two runs in the top of the fourth while Cass added another run and the Bartow team held a tenuous 7-5 lead after four complete innings.
Neither team scored in the fifth but Stockbridge pushed two runs across in the top of the sixth, to tie the game. The Colonels scratched back into the lead in the bottom of the sixth, to account for the scoring.
Seven Colonels circled the bases in the winning cause, led by Dalton Weightman's two runs. Others touching home plate included Taylor Bentley, Tyler Gates, Connor Law, Dalton Parham, Ronnie LaFollette and Dylan Williams.
Gates and Parham both hit home runs. Bentley and Parham were credited with two RBIs each.
Brandon Etheridge took the win for Cass and Parham earned the save.
The wins lifted the Colonels' overall record above .500 for the season, as they now are 5-4. Stockbridge was 1-6 overall, going into the day's play.
Cass returns to the diamond Tuesday, when it visits cross-county rival Woodland in a Region 7-AAAA matchup. Game time is at 5:55 p.m.
Cass 19, Henry County 4
Cass scored a dozen runs in the first two innings on its way to a 19-4 victory over Henry County in a game shortened by the mercy rule Saturday.
The Colonels sent three runners around the bases in the first inning and nine in the second frame, then tacked on three runs in the third and four in the fourth.
Henry County scored its runs in the first (one) and third (three).
LaFollette and Blake Kirk scored three runs each to pace the Colonels. Other runs were tallied by Bentley, two, Gates, two; Law, two; Weightman, two; Parham, two; Williams, one; Sam Ayers, one; and Cameron Ray, one. Gates led the power surge with a home run, with Ray, Parham and Weightman all hitting for doubles.
Williams got the win for Cass, allowing four runs and striking out three in three innings. Kirk pitched one inning, notching one strikeout.
Lambert 9, Cass 2
Lambert took an early lead and then cruised the rest of the way in earning a 9-2 victory over Cass Friday night.
The visitors put three runs across in the first inning, two in the third, one in the fifth and three in the sixth.
Cass answered with a run in the bottom of first and its second in the fifth.
Bentley and Law scored the runs for the Colonels. Other hits came from Gates, a single; Ayers, a double, and Williams, a single.
Gates took the loss for Cass, giving up four runs and striking out six in five innings of work. Etheridge pitched two innings, surrendering three runs and striking out three. Two runs were unearned.
The Colonels were credited with six errors against three for Lambert.