Tripp Jamieson, Brandon Wells and Beau Benefield had two hits apiece for Cartersville, including a double for each batter, and Michael Willard hit a home run.
Jamieson's four RBIs led the team, and Willard (three), Benefield, Zach Ross and Connor Justus each had one RBI.
Trey Graves and Ty Fowler pitched for the Canes, with Graves striking out six and Fowler two.
The victory improved Cartersville to 16-3 overall, 13-2 in the region. The Canes, second in the region, have won their last six games by a combined score of 66-9, including a pair of shutouts.
Cartersville hosts Heritage-Catoosa Monday for Garrett Black Night, which is being held in honor of the former Little League player who died last year after being struck by a bus. The game is set to start at 5:55 p.m.
Lambert 1, Lady Wildcats 0
Despite going head up with one of the state's best teams, Woodland never flinched Friday in its Region 7-AAAA girls soccer match at Lambert. The Lady Wildcats fought off the distracting glare of the Lady Longhorns' senior night and played the hosts to a draw for much of the game, save for a 36th-minute goal right before halftime.
Lambert, Class AAAA's fifth-ranked team, went on to win by that same 1-0 score.
"We played really hard, and I was really proud with a lot of the girls' effort. We competed," Woodland coach Kyle Morgan said. "I would've liked for us to have [had] the chance to beat somebody pretty darn good, but it didn't happen."
The Lady Wildcats are now 6-8-1 overall, 2-7 in the region, with three more games remaining.
"We're getting better and that was, by far, a tough challenge, and our kids responded well," Morgan said. "For our girls to actually go out there and have a chance to win at the end, at their place, says a lot about their character and their will to compete."
Woodland, which has two seniors, may look back this season and next and use its match with Lambert as an indication that it can play with the best.
"Hopefully, that's something we can continue to move forward with and finish the season with," Morgan said. "For the younger kids in the program, maybe that's something that can show [how good we can be]."
The Lady Wildcats end their season with three road games against North Paulding, region foe South Forsyth and Marietta. Respectively, those games are scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, 2 p.m. Saturday, and 5:45 p.m. Monday, April 23.