David Parrett's two-out RBI double in the seventh wound up being enough for Edmond Sandlot on Sunday, as they beat the Oklahoma Outlaws 1-0 to win the American Legion Seniors State Tournament at Oklahoma City University.
The Edmond Memorial graduate delivered the hit on an 0-1 pitch from Choctaw grad Dalton Viner.
Viner retired the first two batters of the inning before Edmond Santa Fe's Zac Cobble and Quin Walbergh delivered back-to-back singles to set up Parrett's hit.
Edmond came into the day needing to beat the Outlaws twice. It forced the if-necessary game with an 11-9 win in the first game.
Former Santa Fe standout Kyle Lacy and former Deer Creek standout Ben Heigle combined for the shutout in the clincher, allowing just five hits in the nine-inning game.
The Outlaws had a chance to tie in the eighth, with Wellston's Kaleb Matthews on third with one out.
But Heigle got Tanner Goodwin and Reggie Wright to fly out to end the threat.
In the first game, Deer Creek's Isaac Hellbusch was 4 for 5 with four RBIs, blasting a two-run home run in the fourth. Parrett also homered in that win.
Wright, of Choctaw, was named the tournament's most valuable player. He hit .500 with five RBIs and four stolen bases in the tournament.
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