The Wolverines (10-7, 2-3 Region 5AAAAAA) scored seven runs in the fourth and three more in the fifth to envoke the mercy rule after the Trojans failed to score.
Woodstock had nine hits and was helped further by Lassiter’s six errors.
Zach Zilweger went 3-for-3 with five RBIs. Jimmy Walker added a pair of hits and two RBIs, while Chase Williams also drive in two.
Tanner Thomson (3-2) threw an abbreviated complete game, striking out two and allowing five hits and three walks.
Woodstock will host Cherokee today.
Woodstock 3, Pope 2: Three straight-set wins allowed the Wolverines to win the non-region match.
Ivan Vizcaya and Eric Hollar won in singles play, neither allowing more than five games.
The doubles team of Luke Mixon and Spencer Hren only allowed one game.
Woodstock (10-6) will host Walker today before a two-week break that will lead into resuming the Region 5AAAAAA tournament April 16 at Milton.
Etowah 2, Cherokee 1: The Lady Warriors scored 8 minutes into the Region 5AAAAAA game, but they couldn’t do it again as the Lady Eagles rallied for the victory.
Lauren Moss knocked in a corner kick to open the scoring, but Etowah’s Kelly Anthony evened the score in the 33rd minute with a shot from 20 yards out.
The 1-all score held into the second half, until Erin Moore hit a shot from 30 yards in the 72nd minute.
Etowah (10-4, 2-3) is now unbeaten in four chances against county opponents. Cherokee fell to 7-5 overall and 1-4 in the region.
Etowah will host Woodstock on Thurdsay in the “Battle of Towne Lake” game.
Etowah 14, Kennesaw Mountain 13: Victoria Stairs scored four goals and had two assists to lead the Lady Eagles to a narrow victory.
Taylor Snow added three goals and an assist, while Catherine Prabhu also scored three goals. Alexia Audet, Jaclyn Regnery, Marissa Wetzler and Beth Haynes each added a goal.
Etowah (10-4) will play Lovett today.
Woodstock 20, North Cobb 10: The Lady Wolverines built a 14-4 advantage by the half and cruised to the Area 2AAAAAA victory.
Jaclyn Chiesa led Woodstock with five goals and an assist. Katie Cody added four goals and an assist, while Anna Timm and Maddy Stone recorded three goals and one assist.
Also scoring were Jenna Carr, Grace Witten, Savannah McKenzie, Kalin Bagwell, Kendle Flint and Nicole Agner.
Vienna Monte made 14 saves for Woodstock.
Pope 176, River Ridge 193: Andrew Markley shot 45 for the Knights, who couldn’t beat the east Cobb team.
Also contributing for River Ridge were Brennan Thomas (46), Jacke Moody (51) and Harley Pyron (51).