Trailing 7-1 entering the sixth, Woodlawn put together a rally in the bottom half of the inning, plating five runs. A bases-loaded double from Zach Ashby plated two runs, followed by a two-run single from designated hitter Hayden Baker.
Steeleville reliever Ethan Kothe had a 1-2-3 seventh to preserve the victory for starter A.J. Jeffers, who ran out of gas in the sixth.
Jeffers allowed six runs on nine hits — five of them coming during Woodlawn's rally in the sixth.
Joel Robinson and Derek Kehrer had two hits each for Woodlawn; the Warriors got three hits each from Justin Craig and Casey Wilson.
Woodlawn finished its season at 13-15.