The Red Devils (5-3) got two hits from Bailey Cheatwood, Slade Parmer and Tyler McDaniel each with McDaniel adding a home run.
Matt Grisham got the start with Sawyer Lane coming on in relief and McDaniel closing the game out in the seventh inning.
Bowdon will return to Region 5-AA play on Friday with a 5:30 p.m. matchup against Heard County.
In other prep baseball action:
Carrollton JV 16, South Paulding 1 (3 innings): The Trojans needed just three innings to pick up a 15-run win over South Paulding on Saturday.
Carrollton Junior 15, Bowdon Middle 0: The Trojans (5-0) were led offensively by Chandler Dixon (3-4, 3 RBI), Zach Shockley (3-4), Josh McLaughlin (3-4) and Cole Sauls (2-3, HR) in Friday’s win over Bowdon. McLaughlin also got the win on the mound.
The Carrollton High School boys golf team picked up a ninth place finish out of 20 teams at the Apple Mountain Invitational in Clarksville shooting a 321.
Nick Fazio led the team with a 2-under par 70 to tie for second place individually followed by Nick Gainey and Rob Simpson putting up identical scores of 77. The fourth scorer for the Trojans was Logan Muse with a 97 while Jake Jennings’ score of 102 was not added to the team score.
“Pretty pleased with it. Things went well. All scores were basically the best scores out of our tournaments at this point. The last two scores were freshman playing and for my two seniors, Fazio and Gainey, and my sophomore Simpson all three of those guys recorded personal bests in high school tournament. We were one of the top two scorers for AAAA schools in the tournament,” CHS coach Scott Morris said.
Next both the Carrollton boys and girls teams will travel to Alexander and the St. Andrews Golf and Country Club in Winston on Monday.
The Carrollton High School gymnastics team took first place in a tri-meet at Cartersville on Saturday afternoon.
Strong showings from Jessie Searcy, Morgan Grantham, Makayla Burton, Taylor Griffin and Jennifer Brandenburg helped the Lady Trojans pick up first while the hosts took second and Johns Creek placed third.
Brandenburg took first individually in the all-around competition with Griffin finishing third.
Next Carrollton will travel to Westminster on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in a quad-meet.
Prep softball from Friday night:
Holy Ground 16, Grace Baptist 8: The Lady Stallions (2-1) got things going early as they won their second game of the season in six innings against Grace Baptist Academy on Friday night.
Holy Ground sent 16 batters to the plate in the first inning and scored 10 runs before adding another in the second for the 11-0 lead.
Hattie Yarbrough pitched an almost perfect first two innings facing just seven batters before yielding to a younger crop of Victoria Joh, Kimberlyn Perry and Emily Yancey.
Offensively, Yarbrough also went 3-for-3 with three RBI and three runs scored while Perry was 3-for-5 with three RBI and Clarie Gibbs had four hits and three runs scored.
The Lady Stallions will begin a three-game homestand starting with Young American Christian on Monday at 5 p.m. in Roopville.