Noblesville High School won the Class 4A state baseball championship Friday night at Victory Field.
The Millers rallied for two runs after spotting Terre Haute North a run in the bottom of the first to claim the title.
Brian McLean opened the scoring for Noblesville in the third, sending a deep fly ball to right to score a run. The Millers took the lead in the sixth when first baseman Dax McLochlin tripled over the center fielder's head, scoring Zack St. Pierre with what would turn out to be the winning run.
Trevor Salmon came on in the sixth inning for Noblesville to get the Millers out of the second bases-loaded jam in as many innings. He gave up a lead-off single in the seventh, but picked the runner off first and retired the next two Patriots to clinch the school's first state baseball championship.