The Colquitt County eighth-grade baseball team scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to defeat Coffee Middle School 13-7 on Thursday in Douglas in a South Georgia Athletic Conference tournament semifinal game.
The eighth-grade Packers will play Cook in Adel today for the tournament championship.
Colquitt County, now 16-8, defeated Cook 10-7 and 14-5 during the regular season.
Coffee led 4-1 after two innings before the Packers erupted for six runs in the top of the third.
The Trojans later tied the game 7-7, but the Packers put the game away in their final at bat.
Dylan Dalton started the top of the seventh by drawing a walk.
Tanner Wilson and Cory Newsome followed with singles to load the bases.
Tucker Hathcock, who drove in the winning run with a single in the 3-2 victory over Tift County on Tuesday, got a base hit to drive in Dalton and Wilson to give the Packers the lead.
Tucker Buckner and Mack Crosby followed with run-scoring singles.
Raines Plant started on the mound and went two innings.
Gavin Patel got the win after going the final five innings, giving up three runs and striking out three.
Crosby led the Packers with three hits.
Newsome had a single and a double; Ethan Phillips had two singles; Plant had a double; and Dalton, Hathcock, Wilson and Buckner added singles.
Wilson also had two sacrifice flies.