The Tigers scored in the second, third, fifth and sixth innings and Coosa left its mark on the scoreboard in the sixth. Adairsville's seven runs came off 10 hits and defensively they did not commit an error. Coosa had one run on two hits with four errors.
"It seems like it's somebody different every night for us," head coach Eric Bishop said.
Cody Beemiller helped the cause with a home run and an RBI. Kremer accounted for three RBIs on two hits and Gulledge tallied two RBIs and two hits. Logan Tant had two hits, including a double and an RBI, and Kyle Adams doubled for the Tigers (11-2, 3-0 in Region 7A-AA).
Bishop said the Tigers have been scoring consistently, particularly of late.
"We have scored in something like 19 of the last 27 innings," Bishop said. "When you're scoring that often, that really translates to a good team."
He said the team is playing to get better, with an eye on the big picture.
"The big thing for us is we want to get through the first half and then see where we are and make our plans," he said. "Every game is a one-game playoff for us. We're assuming every game has playoff implications."
Pitcher Jamey Barnes threw a complete game for Adairsville -- his first of the year -- and struck out 10 while allowing just two hits and one earned run in seven innings of work.
"Jamey's had an incredible start for us," Bishop said. "He's pitched 27 innings and has 37 strikeouts and 13 walks. He's only given up 23 hits in those innings."
Bishop said Barnes uses all his skills on the mound. "He does a great job of mixing up velocity and location. That's what makes him so effective.
"Everyone thinks you have to throw 90 miles an hour, but you really don't. He throws with enough velocity that he can mix up his pitches and get outs."
The win leaves the Tigers tied for the sub-region lead with Model.
The loss dropped Coosa's record to 4-4 and 0-2.
The Tigers return to the mound Tuesday, when they host River Ridge in another sub-region matchup. Game time is 5:30 p.m.