White Hall won the Billy Bock Classic on Saturday night at Taylor Field in Pine Bluff, scoring five runs in the sixth inning and surviving a last-inning rally by Harrison for a 12-10 victory over the Goblins.
White Hall led 12-6 entering the bottom of the seventh before Harrision scored four runs. The Bulldogs used three pitchers in the inning, with junior Daniel Gray earning the save.
White Hall scored five runs in the top of the sixth inning to take its first lead of the game.
“We did that with two outs and nobody on,” Coach Skip Carr said. “The guys didn’t quit. They kept battling up there, and nobody wanted to make the last out.”
After the first two batters struck out, Landon Reed, Austin Lewis and Justin McCarty all hit singles. McCarty’s single drove in one run and Tyler Zuber followed with an infield hit.
White Hall sophomore Kirk Baugh hit a two-run triple to score McCarty and Zuber. Baugh scored on the play thanks to a Harrison error.
Harrison led 4-0 early in the game, but White Hall tied it in the top of the fourth on a grand slam by junior Aaron Johnston.
Reed was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.  Lewis and Zuber were named to the All-Tournament team.