The Georgia Bulldog baseball team defeated Georgia Tech 8-7 Tuesday to complete a season sweep in front of a crowd of 23,737 at SunTrust Park in the 15th annual Spring Baseball Classic For Kids. It marked the first sweep of Tech in a season series of at least three games since 1984 as Tuesday’s winning run scored from first on a two-out single by Keegan McGovern in the ninth thanks to aggressive base running by junior Mitchell Webb. Georgia (20-29) took a 1-0 lead in the third. Sophomore Adam Sasser led off with a walk, took second on a bunt single by freshman Tucker Maxwell, advanced to third on a sacrifice bunt by freshman Austin Biggar and scored on a sacrifice fly by freshman Tucker Bradley.In the fifth, Georgia extended its lead to 3-0 as Bradley extended his hitting streak to nine games with an RBI single and freshman Cam Shepherd delivered a sacrifice fly. In the fifth, freshman right-hander Zac Kristofak came in and Tech jumped ahead 4-3, rallying for four runs that all started with a two-out walk to the No. 9 hitter Kyle McCann. After loading the bases, Ryan Peurifoy lined a ball to left field that McGovern dove for but it bounced past him for a three-run double. Kel Johnson followed with an RBI-double. Georgia looked to junior Drew Moody, and he got the final out of the frame. Georgia responded by reclaiming a 5-4 lead with a pair of runs in the sixth highlighted by a two-out RBI bunt single by Biggar. In the seventh, McGovern smashed a two-out, two-run double to make it 7-4. Tech answered with a couple of two-out runs in their half of the inning to close the gap to 7-6. McCann reached with a leadoff walk in the eighth that ended Ryan Avidano’s outing and freshman Tim Elliott came in and after retiring Wade Bailey on a sacrifice bunt, Trevor Crayport tied the game with an RBI-single. With two outs in the ninth, Webb reached on a walk. McGovern laced a single to center and Webb never stopped running, sliding home to beat the throw and put the Bulldogs in front 8-7. It marked McGovern’s third hit and RBI of the night Georgia freshman Tim Elliott (1-0) earned the win in relief while Micah Carpenter (0-2) got the loss. With two on and one out in the ninth, Elliott was lifted in favor of sophomore right-hander Blakely Brown. He came in and got the second out before Georgia turned to freshman left-hander Justin Glover (0-2, 0 SV) to face McCann, and he got him to bounce out to first for his first career save. Tech dropped to 24-22. In the first inning, Tech put runners at the corners with one out, and the Bulldogs turned their 35th double play of the season to end the threat. Tech put two on with one out in the second, and Georgia notched another double play.Georgia freshman right-hander Tony Locey started and provided four scoreless innings with four strikeouts but did not factor in the decision. Georgia returns to league action Friday when it begins a three-game series against SEC co-leader and sixth-ranked Miss. State (32-17, 16-8 SEC) at Foley Field. First pitch will be at 7:02 p.m. and be available on SECN+ and the Bulldog Sports Network from IMG.