It is the squad's second title in three years
The Peakes Bombers are Kings County Baseball League champs.
The Bombers defeated the defending league champions, the Stratford 3 Points and Aerospace Athletics, 10-9 Monday to win the best-of-seven series 3-2. It is their second title in three years.
Trevor McAree singled in Rob Phelan and Josh Coffin in the bottom of the sixth for the eventual game-winning run.
Phelan shut the door in the top of the seventh, striking out Allister Smith to end game. Coffin was the winning pitcher and was named the playoff most valuable player.
Josh Kirkpatrick took the loss in relief of Cory Dougay and Kyle Murnaghan.
Matt Bradle, Charlie Jay and Brandon McInnis each had two hits for Peakes. Shawn MacDougall was 3-for-4 and Randy Taylor 2-for-4 for Stratford.
Down 5-1 in the third, the Bombers scored three with Bradley's double driving in two. They tied it in the fourth.
Stratford went up 8-5 in the fifth on Kirkpatrick's bases-clearing double. Jay tied it 8-8 with a long double to fence in the bottom of the inning.
Things got heated in the sixth inning when the benches cleared after Bradley and Murnaghan got into a heated exchange at second base.
Dougay gave the Athletics the lead back with an RBI single in the sixth before McAree's sixth-inning, series-winning hit.