Jake Dyer worked the first four innings, allowing only two hits, and picked up the win. Chris Cantrell pitched the final three, allowing no hits.
Cantrell and Chuck Webb each had three hits to lead the Warriors at the plate. Both had three singles with Webb driving in a pair of runs.
Mike Webb got the Warriors started with a two-run home run in the bottom of the first.
Indian Land will be on the road Wednesday to take on Pageland Central in an elimination game at 6 p.m. Central lost to Ninety-Six on Monday night.
The Boiling Springs Bulldogs led eight qualifying teams into next week’s Class AAAA golf tournament with their play on Monday at Willow Creek Golf Club in Greer.
Four area teams were in the competition, but none qualified for next week’s event.
York led the area teams with a score of 315. That was five strokes behind J.L. Mann’s 310, which was the last of the eight teams to qualify.
Fort Mill had a 317, Clover shot 324, while South Pointe turned in a 333.
Fort Mill’s Cory Brooks qualified as an individual for next week’s tournament. He fired a 72. Chandler Sain of York tied for the second individual spot with a 75, but lost in a play-off.
The Warriors will host the winner of the game between Southside Christian and Batesburg-Leesville at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The Cavaliers, now 16-3-1, took a commanding 6-0 lead at halftime and went on from there.
“She’s good,” Nation Ford coach Caitlyn Bagwell said of McMillian. “She’s fast; very fast. We couldn’t hang with her. She’s got great skill and she can finish.”
Cassy Pankey also scored two first-half goals for the Cavaliers.
Meka Collett and Micheala Gleed scored the other goals for Dorman, which had two shots go off the crossbar and two more go off a side post.
Amelia Miles and Avery Smith combined for the shutout in goal.
“They’re a good team,” Bagwell said of Dorman. “We did not play our best tonight. I think (the early goals) kind of took the wind out of our sails. In the second half, we came out much better.”
The loss ended Nation Ford’s season at 11-10.