WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Colby Sherman drove in a run and scored the game-winner as the Taconic baseball rallied with four in the top of the seventh to erase a three-run deficit and take a 10-9 win over Mount Greylock on Saturday.
Sherman’s line drive to center scored Mitchell DeCelles and left the bases loaded with two out.
Dylan Burke then pinch hit and drove in Jake Harrington and Ryan Gaudette to tie the score, 9-9.
Sherman, who went to second on Burke’s single, stole third and came home to score on an overthrow, giving the visitors a lead.
In the bottom of the seventh, Christian Womble went to the mound and retired the side in order, striking out two, to earn the save.
Cedric Rose led Taconic’s offense with a pair of triples. Sherman and Michael Kays each doubled.
DeCelles picked up the win with one inning in relief of starter Anton Lazits, who was tagged with nine runs -- six earned -- while striking out four.
Mount Greylock used four pitchers. Cam Winters took the loss with 4-⅔ inning of work, allowing just three earned runs.
Cole Wojtkowski was 4-for-5 with a triple, and Phil Guest was 3-for-4 with a double for Mount Greylock, which got a double and a triple from Eli Ostheimer.
Both Mount Greylock (12-8) and Taconic (16-4) learn Tuesday when and where they will begin play in the Western Mass tournament.