Oak Mountain stayed in it until the end, but Gadsden City pulled away late in a 5-4 victory on Monday.
The Eagles collected one run in the first inning when Gene Hurst drove in a run as he reached on an error. The Eagles added two more runs in the second inning on an RBI double by Caleb Kennedy and a sacrifice fly by Jackson Kimbrell. Their final run came in the seventh inning when Hunter Hall drove in a run as he reached on an error.
Carlton Lucas got the start for the Eagles and surrendered one run on two hits over two innings, walking zero. Kade Sanders, Hunter Hall, and Boston Smith each contributed in relief.
The Eagles were led at the plate by Jackson Kimbrell who went 1-for-1 with a sacrifice bunt, sacrifice fly, walk, run scored, and an RBI. Dylan Fraser and Landon Cato also each hit a double.
As the regular season concludes the Eagles sit at 26-10 heading into the playoffs.