Amanda Teems put Armuchee (6-5) on the board in the 11th minute, and Lauren Collins knocked in a rebound in the 18th minute to make it 2-0.
Whitney Griffin scored goals in the 39th and 52nd minute, and Summer Sutton closed out the Lady Indians scoring in the 65th minute.
Goalkeeper Blaze Wilson recorded 13 saves in net for Armuchee, which takes on Sonoraville on Tuesday.
No. 2 Harrison boys 3, No. 10 Rome 1
Harrison, the No. 2-ranked Class AAAAA team in the state, fought off the visiting Rome Wolves by scoring twice in the second half.
The Wolves, ranked No. 10 in Class AAAA, battled to a 1-1 halftime tie when David Guilford scored off an assist from Josh Trammell. Rome keeper Miguel Dominguez finished the match with 15 saves.
Rome (10-2) hosts Darlington on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Shorter, Berry wrap up at AUM
The Shorter College mens and womens tennis teams each got a win at the Blue-Gray Tournament in Montgomery, Ala. while Berry came up empty-handed on their last day of competition.
The No. 13 Hawks lost to No. 24 Oklahoma Baptist 5-2 first off, with Juliano Cirimbelli and David Araiza winning their singles matches, before defeating Xavier 5-0.
Cirimbelli won his match against Xavier and teamed up with Araiza to take their doubles match as well. Danish Ahmad won in singles competition while the teams of Ahmad and Fernando Campos and Juan Pablo Vidour and Henrique Tomaz won their matches.
The No. 18 Lady Hawks defeated No. 11 Xavier with wins from Giuliana Luconi in singles play and the doubles teams of Lydie Ratsaraefadahy and Juliette Carval and Carolina Brigneti and Aline Kmoch. Xavier forfeited their No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles matches.
The Berry mens and womens tennis teams fell to ranked opponents to fall out of the Blue Gray Tournament.
The Vikings (9-8) fell 5-0 to No. 7 Freed-Hardeman, while the Lady Vikings (11-5) lost 5-1 to Lindsey Wilson.
No. 12 Vikings doing well at tourney
The No. 12-ranked Berry mens golf team fired a 305 in the first round of the Marine Federal Credit Union Tournament in Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Berry played the Gold course, which allowed a low score of 293. The Vikings will play the Scarlet course today, which allowed a tournament-low 269.
Jarod Trammell led the team with a 75 Friday. He was followed by John Maupin (76), John Hopper (77) and Jason DeJiacomo (77)