The Midwest City baseball team rallied to win the three-day Edmond Classic, knocking off Edmond Santa Fe 7-2 Saturday morning in the championship.
Midwest City, which snapped a six-game losing streak by beating Edmond North on the first day of the tournament, is now 14-15 heading into the district finale with Edmond Memorial on Monday and Tuesday.
Justin Cooper gave the Bombers a 4-2 lead in the top of the third with a two-run single as they scored five unanswered runs in the final five innings.
Midwest City opened the tournament by losing to Southmoore, 2-0, but then beat Edmond North, Enid and El Reno heading into Saturday’s championship.
Until Saturday, Edmond Santa Fe cruised in the tournament, beating Piedmont (7-2), Choctaw (11-3), Moore (14-6) and Lawton (7-2).
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