On the mound, Fazekas struggled from the first pitch. He walked 10, hit one batter and allowed seven runs on seven hits.
“Fazekas did not have near his best stuff, but it says something about a kid that doesn't have his best stuff that he can battle through and still get you a win,” Red Oak coach Trey Booth said.
Leedey tried to rally, scoring three runs in the fifth to make it 7-5, but Red Oak answered with four runs.
MLB prospect Drew Ward went 1 for 2 with a double, two runs and three intentional walks for Leedey.
Asher 5, Sentinel 4
Cory Holman's walk-off single in the seventh lifted No. 2 Asher back the championship game.
Trailing 4-3 in the final inning, the Indians scored two runs on David Martinez.
Caleb Dubler led off the inning with a single and came around to score on the two-out single, which came after Sentinel turned a 5-2-3 double play with the bases loaded.