For five innings the Toombs County Bulldogs were in complete control of their Region 2 home game against the Jeff Davis Yellow Jackets. The Dawgs were leading 3-0 and they had made only one error. However, in the final two innings of regulation the Bulldogs made some defensive mistakes and the Jackets took advantage of them by scoring two runs in the sixth and one in the seventh to tie the game at 3-all. Then in the ninth the Yellow Jackets scored a pair of runs to pull out a 5-3 victory. One run scored on a strike three in which the pitch got away and so did the throw to first base. The other run scored on a RBI single by Garrett Baucom.
The Bulldogs had a chance to win the game in the eighth. George Lucke singled to open up the frame and Cole Graham bunted the ball down the first base line and reached on an infield hit. Brandon Helton hit the ball up the middle and Lucke tried to score. However, he was thrown out a the plate by a perfect throw by center fielder Hunter Foster. Brock Harrison was intentionally walked with one out to load the bases and a fly ball to shallow right and a strikeout ended the threat.
Toombs County scored three runs in the first inning. D.R. Meadows and Martin Stephens each singled and Lane Adams drove in the first run of the game with a single. Cole Graham made it 2-0 with a RBI grounder to first and Brock Harrison pushed the lead to 3-0 with a single to deep left-center field.
Adams pitched the first six innings and allowed five hits and one earned run with three strikeouts and one walk. The Yellow Jackets hit 13 balls in the air, off Adams, and all were caught by the infield and outfield.