The No. 1 state-ranked Lady Warriors won two consecutive games in extra innings last week to win the programs 11th Region 7-AAAA Tournament title.
The Warriors took an 8-7 victory over Ringgold in eight innings on Thursday.
In the championship game on Friday at Heritage Point Park in Dalton, LFO squeaked by Northwest Whitfield 2-1 in nine innings.
Im proud of the girls," LFO Head Coach Tony Ellis said. "Theyve earned this, but theres more work to be done.
Jennifer Friar delivered a single in the bottom of the ninth against the Bruins to score Jacksonville State commitment Kaycee Crow to win the championship game.
Crow laid down a perfect bunt in front of the plate to squeeze home Jodi Archer on Thursday night to defeat Ringgold.
The Second-seeded Tigers took a 5-0 lead in the third inning and was leading top-seeded LFO 7-2 when the Warriors started chipping away.
With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, and trailing 7-4, Maddie Bray smacked a three-run double to tie the game for LFO.
Its never over until its over, Ellis said. Our kids have bought into that and its paid off. They dont give up until the umpire says its over."
Freshman Monica Vickery entered in for relief against Ringgold and allowed no hits.
Penney was nearly flawless in the championship game. She struck out 16 Bruins and allowed only two hits.
LFO (30-2) enters Fridays Class AAAA North Sectional at Twin Creeks Park in Woodstock as the top seed from Region 7.
Northwest Whitfield (16-14) is second followed by No. 3 seed Ringgold (20-12-1) and No. 4 seed Ridgeland (20-11)