With the score tied at 3-all entering the bottom of the seventh, Bohan reached first on a one-out error and moved to third after back-to-back walks to Tommy Lutz and Matthew Rooks loaded the bases, setting up Albinger's game-winning single.
The victory was Walton's second of the tournament, and moved the Raiders to 2-0 with pool-play games remaining against Allatoona and South Paulding today.
"I was just trying to keep us in the inning and pull through for the team," said Albinger, who was 4-for-4 from the plate with two RBIs, a run scored and a stolen base. "It was exciting to give us the win. We're 2-0 now and looking forward to the next game."
Trailing 3-2, the Grizziles' Sean Cheshire led off the top of the seventh inning with a single and moved to second on a wild pitch. Eric Degen's groundout allowed Cheshire to head to third and Steven Whitaker hit a sacrifice fly to left field to plate Cheshire for the tying run, leading to the Raiders' dramatic final at-bats.
"Summer's a learning experience, and gets kids some playing time they don't normally get in the regular season," Walton coach Shane Amos said. "So far, our pitching has kept us in games and we're getting some timely hits when we need them."
Both teams scored in the first inning, with Creekview (2-2) taking the early 2-0 advantage. But Walton responded in the bottom half of the frame with three runs on three hits and an error to stake the 3-2 lead.
The pitchers, Creekview's Austin Brantley and Walton's Taylor Langhorne then settled down the rest of the way as neither team would score again until the seventh.
Creekview got on the board in the first inning after Zack Murphy was hit by a pitch and stole second with two outs. Following a walk to Tyler Martin, a wild pitch advanced both runners before Murphy scored on an error. Austin Kent's single drove home Martin for the 2-0 advantage.
Albinger's one-out single in the bottom of the inning scored Tommy Lutz for Walton's first run of the game. Garrison Johnson's single with two outs brought home Albinger. Tyler Hurst also scored on the play because of a throwing error, giving the Raiders a 3-2 lead that held unti' the seventh.
Johnson finished with two hits and an RBI for Walton, while Lutz and Aaron Rzucidio each had one hit.
Langhorne gave up three runs - one earned - on four hits in seven innings of work for Walton. He also had six strikeouts.
"I'm pleased with the way we played (Friday)," Amos said. "The kids are using the wood bats and getting used to them. They're young kids, but they're hitting the ball and taking some good counts."