The Maryville baseball team rallied from a one-run deficit in the seventh to defeat Bearden on the road on Wednesday.

Collin Stokes began the rally by reaching first base on an error by Bearden's right fielder. Brody McMurray advanced to first after he was hit by a pitch. Landon Dockery moved McMurray and Stokes to second and third with a sacrifice bunt. Stokes scored the tying run on a passed ball. Justin Millsaps scored the winning run with a single to center field.

Cade Batchelor recorded the final three outs in the bottom of the frame to finish the rally.

The Rebels improve to 8-5 and will host Kingston today at 6:30 p.m.

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