After heavy rain forced a postponement of Friday's game at Greenville, the field was still in no condition to play on Saturday and Union was more than happy to host for a second time.
Leading the series, 2-0, Union will travel to Greenville tomorrow night in hopes of wrapping it up and advancing to State.
Thus far in the playoffs, Union has been lethal at the plate and Saturday night was no different.
Recus Hughes got Post 22 started on Saturday with a double to right field was was driven in by Devontae "Fox" Glenn for the 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first.
Hughes also worked from the hill for the first five innings before being relieved by Seth Osborne in the sixth.
Greenville touched up the left hander, Hughes, for two runs on three hits in the fourth and also scored off an error to take a 3-1 lead.
After a scoreless fifth, Greenville padded its lead at 6-1 with two hits and a fielder's choice before Hughes retired to the dugout.
Osborne looked shaky upon entering the game, hitting the first batter he faced and giving up a single to the second. However, he forced a fly out to end the inning and Union came in to hit.
One big inning was all it took for Post 22 to turn things around.
Bubba Means led off with an infield single and Adam Lawson was put on after a balk from the mound. Nathan Williford and Juwuan Rice drew back to back walks with the second forcing in a run. Glenn roped an RBI single and Jake Walton was issued a walk with the bases loaded before Josh Simpson hit a two-RBI single up the middle to tie the game. Means collected his second hit of the inning with a single to right-field that plated two and Union reclaimed the lead at 8-6.
Greenville received a pair of base-runners in the seventh with an error and a single before Osborne forced a ground out and put away two batters on strikes.
Williford singled up the middle in Union's portion of the inning but was left on.
Greenville had no answer in the eighth and Post 22 poured in on in the bottom of the inning. Walton lined to right-center to score Glenn, who was hit by a pitch, and crossed home himself on a fielding error. Williford and Rice hit back to back RBI singles to push Union's lead to 12-6.
Greenville scored off a fielding error in the ninth before Union closed the door with a ground out.
Osborne earned the save with three strikeouts, no earned runs and one unearned.