WAYNESBORO, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- The Tom Sox made themselves feel right at home in Waynesboro with a 5-4 win over the Generals in game one of the South Division championship series.

The No. 1 seeded Tom Sox were originally set to host game one, but rain in Charlottesville yet again forced the team on the road after picking up a sweep over the Covington Lumberjacks on Thursday to advance to the Valley League semifinals.

The "visiting" Generals got out to a quick start with a pair of two run innings to start the game and build up a 4-0 lead. Charlottesville found an answer in the third though, stringing together three runs on a Cole Wagner RBI double, a wild pitch and an error to draw within one run.

The Tom Sox found the go-ahead runs an inning later when Christian Martin hit a two-RBI double to deep left field to push Charlottesville ahead 5-4.

After a shaky start, the Tom Sox bullpen of Emmett Bice and Chandler Marsh combined to pitch 7.0 innings with no hits, no runs and 10 strikeouts.

Charlottesville will return to Waynesboro again on Saturday (July 30), this time as the visitors, one win away from making the Valley League championship series.