Tate Spivey came off the bench and never even had to swing his bat as Spivey reached on a in the 10 to lead the Blue Mountain (6-8) to a 5-4 win over the Olympic (8-6) on Sunday at Blue Mountain .
With the score tied at three in the tenth inning,.
A walk-off by Tanner Heiman gave the Blue Mountain the win.
Heiman did his best to jumpstart the offense for the Blue Mountain, reaching base five times. He scored two runs and had two RBIs. He singled in the third and fourth innings and homered in the eleventh inning.
Brandon Cederholm recorded his first win of the year for the Blue Mountain. He allowed one run over three innings. Cederholm struck out one, walked none and gave up four hits.
Kipp Cartharius (0-2) was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just four innings, walked none, struck out one, and allowed two runs.