Parks Harber went 2-for-3 with a career-high four RBIs to help lead Georgia to a 12-3 victory against Georgia Tech on Sunday at Coolray Field in Lawrenceville.

Left-hander Luke Wagner (4-0) earned the win, going two innings in relief for the Bulldogs (9-2).

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“I was proud of the way we responded today. The guys toughed out some at-bats,” Georgia coach Scott Stricklin said in a news release. “We played a really good team the past three days. I’m glad we got the win today, and that will give us some momentum going into next week.”

The Yellow Jackets (10-2) won the first two games of the weekend series. Despite collecting seven hits Sunday, Georgia Tech was unable to deliver a clutch hit, leaving the bases loaded in three consecutive innings.

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Kevin Parada went 3-for-5 with an RBI for the Jackets, who also received a single and a home run from Stephen Reid.

Starting pitcher Marquis Grissom Jr. (1-2) took the loss for Georgia Tech.

About 10,000 attended the 19th annual Spring Classic For Kids.