Anderson County might be getting accustomed to these extra-inning contests.
For the third straight game, the Bearcats worked overtime, getting their second consecutive walk-off win as Cole Sayre's single drove in Landon Case to defeat visiting Mercer County, 7-6, Friday night in nine innings.
The Bearcats defeated the defending state runner-up for the second time this season with what Coach L.W. Barnes called his team's “most complete game of the year.”
Case led off the ninth with a drag bunt single, then stole second base.