LaFayette currently sits fourth in the 6-AA standings, a half-game ahead of Armuchee (11-7) who pulled off a big 5-4 upset of Pepperell on Friday night.
The Ramblers host on Model Monday at 5 p.m. before entertaining Rockmart Tuesday night at 7:30. Armuchee will play at Model on Tuesday before setting up a Wednesday afternoon showdown at Armuchee at 5 p.m.
LaFayette beat all three teams in their first meetings of the year, 9-4 over Model, 8-4 over Rockmart and 2-1 over Armuchee.
Should LaFayette and Armuchee end the season tied, a one-game playoff for the final state playoff berth would be held.
Calhoun has already clinched the region title. Dade County clinched the No. 2 seed with a 12-2 over Darlington Friday. Pepperell is a virtual lock for the No. 3 seed.
LaFayette 9, Chattooga 1
The Ramblers got a big seven-run fifth inning on Thursday and beat the Chattooga Indians, 9-1, in a 6-AA contest in Summerville.
Matthew Yarbrough and Tyler Caheely had two-RBI hits in the inning to provide plenty of run support for Nick Sholtz.
Sholtz (6-5) got the win scattering seven hits over six innings with three strikeouts.
Matt Pierce worked the seventh, giving up one earned run with one strikeout.
Zach Carrell had a big day at the plate with three doubles, two runs scored and a RBI. Sholtz also picked up a RBI while Matt Overby, Levi Scott and Clint Cleveland had one hit apiece.
No. 1 Calhoun 9, LaFayette 0
The top-ranked Yellow Jackets continued their march toward the playoffs with a shutout of LaFayette on Friday.
The Yellow Jackets officially wrapped up the regular season region title and will host a home series in the playoffs.
Josh Smoker struck out 12 in five innings of one-hit baseball. Trevor Hol-bert had two RBI, and Max Holland had a homer for Calhoun (22-1, 18-1)