The game was scheduled to be played at Everton but due to unplayable field conditions was moved to Monett the Cubs exploded for nine runs in the first inning.
"We were very disciplined in our approach at the plate," said Monett coach Michael Calhoun. "It's always a good feeling when you are a senior and you win your final home game."
Ballay earned the victory on the mound. He pitched three innings, allowed two hits and one run, while striking out four. Aaron Patton threw two innings of relief and struck out all six batters he faced.
"We had our guys on a limited pitch count as we get ready for districts," said Calhoun. "I was very pleased with their effort. Carlin and Aaron came in and threw strikes."
The Cubs added a pair of runs in the second and fourth inning to inflict the mercy rule.
Monett goes to Logan-Rogersville for their regular season finale on Thursday, beginning at 4:30 p.m.