Tay Gray Unleashed leads in Coed I tourney

Tina Harbuck
tharbuck@thedestinlog.com
Jason Little of Heritage Tree Service tosses one in against Free Agents. Little slapped a home run and a double for two RBIs in the 20-8 loss in the Coed Division I End of Season Softball Tournament. [TINA HARBUCK/THE LOG]

With a 23-11 win over Free Agents in the first round of the Coed Division I End of Season Tournament, Tay Gray Unleashed sits in the driver seat.

Free Agents beat Heritage Tree Service 20-8 in Game One, and then Tay Gray whipped Free Agents in Game Two.

Heritage and Free Agents will square off at 6:30 p.m., Dec. 20 with the winner advancing to play Tay Gray at 8 p.m. for the championship.

On opening night of the tournament, Free Agents came from behind to beat Heritage 20-8.

Down 7-3 after three innings, Free Agents exploded for the 10-run limit in the bottom of the fourth inning. They finished up with three runs in the fifth and four in the sixth.

Jordan Brewer knocked in three RBIs for Free Agents on a triple, double and two singles. Nate Decker belted two triples for seven RBIs, Jobina Johnson hit two singles for an RBI, and Brandon Patzig clobbered two home runs.

Jason Little cranked out a home run and a double for two RBIs for Heritage. Justin Nunnely tripled and singled for three RBIs, and Paige Williams hit three singles for an RBI.

In Game Two, Tay Gray Unleashed came on strong in the end for the 23-11 win over Free Agents.

At the end of two innings, Tay Gray led 7-6 and 11-9 at the end of four. In the next couple innings, Tay Gray picked up five in the fifth and seven in the sixth for the win.

Austin Jessup knocked in seven runs on a homer, double and three singles for Tay Gray. Kurt Haynes hit three singles and Jen Phillips a double and a single for three RBIs. Josh Snyder and Michael Haynes each belted home runs.

Brandon Patzig clobbered three homers for six RBIs for Free Agents. Jordan Brewer triple and hit two singles for two RBIs, Travis Carroll tripled and singled for two RBIs, and Dena Klosterman singled.