The Barbourville Tiger Baseball Team came up a little short in the second round of the All-A Tournament last week to Williamsburg.
Colin Grubb stepped to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning with the scoreboard showing a 2-1 advantage for the Yellow Jackets.
Grubb had runners on first and second base and two outs recorded.
The count showed 2-2 as Williamsburg’s pitcher delivered the ball.
Grubb made contact and drove a line drive shot past the short stop to score Dylan Worley and tie the game at 2-2 to force extra innings.
In the top of the eight, Williamsburg took advantage of a hit batter and a walk by Tiger Pitcher Tate Carter. The Yellow Jackets scored a single run off an infield single by Hagan Hawn and held on for the victory 3-2 after striking out two Tigers to end the eight inning.
How they got there: Barbourville defeated Red Bird 18-3 in the first round of the All-A Tournament to set up the match against Williamsburg.