The Bulls beat the Whitfield Bombers, 15-1, for the title. The Bombers had earned a berth in the finals earlier in the day with a win over the Whitfield All-Stars.
Boynton will have a chance to win a 10-year-old division title on Monday, but only if they can win back-to-back games against a team they have already lost to once.
Boynton will face Rossville for the crown on Monday at Rock Spring after they beat Whitfield County on Sunday. Whitfield earned their spot in the losers’ bracket final with a win over Murray County earlier in the day.
Monday night’s title game will start at 6 p.m. with a second game to follow, if needed.
The 8-year-old tournament at the Lowell Greene Complex in LaFayette continued on Sunday afternoon as the field was pared down to six teams.
In the winners’ bracket, Dade County took down the Ringgold Red Sox while the Whitfield Nitro beat the Ringgold Tigers.
Then, in the losers’ bracket, the Red Sox were eliminated with a loss to Rock Spring, Chattanooga Valley sent Chickamauga packing, and the Whitfield Mad Dawgs ended the tournament run for LaFayette.
Play resumes Monday night at 6 p.m. with the winners’ bracket final between Dade County and the Nitro, while Chattanooga Valley will face the Mad Dawgs in an elimination game at 6 p.m. At 7:30, Rock Spring will square off with the Ringgold Tigers in a loser-goes-home battle.
And finally, at the 7-year-old tournament in Chatsworth, Monday night’s final will be an all-Boynton affair as the Bandits will clash with the Jackets.
The Jackets completed a trip through the losers’ bracket on Sunday, surviving elimination games against Ringgold and LaFayette to advance to the championship game.
The Jackets, who lost to the Bandits on Friday night, will have to defeat their rivals twice to claim the crown. First pitch is slated for 6 p.m.