Webber evened the game at 4-4 in the third. Jordan Wheeler and Michael Gartin both served up RBI singles.
Again Windsor answered.
This time Nic Huchinson lofted a sacrifice fly to right field to plate a run and give Windsor a 5-4 edge.
Webber took control of the game for good in the fifth. Down 5-4, Webber loaded the bases after a pair of walks and a hit with one out. Zane Austin lined a ball to the shortstop who dropped it. He tagged the Webber runner heading to third allowing pinch runner Dylan Burrell to score and tied the game. Ganieany followed with a deep blast to the base of the left-center field wall that scored a pair and gave Webber a 7-5 lead.
Mark Knepler made the score 8-5 with an RBI in the sixth.
Webber is 22-10 this season. The Trojans will open the state finals at 10 a.m. Friday morning. Webber will play again at 9 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. Saturday depending on the outcome of the opening day.
“We're super hot right now, and I don't know how we're doing it but I hope we keep on as far as we can,” Ganieany said. “I'm super happy with going to state.”