The Warner Robins All Star team waited too late to grab the win that would have put them in the Little League World Series. Tennessee held WRALL scoresless and kept Georgia from getting a hit until the top of the sixth.
Brock Myers had an outstanding performance from the mound, striking out nine batters in five scoreless innings.
The only run of the night scored off a wild pitch from Georgia. The ball bouced off the top of the catcher's glove and gave time for Blake Osborne to tag home.
"Baseball is a game of failure, sometimes you do good, sometimes you do bad," said pitcher Leyton Pinckney. "You never know whats going to happen in a game. They are a really good team and they played their hearts out and so did we, they just came out on top today."
Georgia Manager Martin Pinckney expressed his frustration with the officiating after the game.
"Hats off to Tennessee I give them all the credit in the world. I love this tournament. It's a fantastic tournament. I'm just disappointed in the officiating tonight and I say that with all the class in the world. But that's baseball you cant leave it to the umpires, we should have hit the ball more."
Tennessee advances to the World Series for the first time in 25 years.