BULLARD — Quinten Pile and Daniel Priddy combined to hurl a four-hit masterpiece for the Guard (20-5).
Pile, a Wofford University signee, also led the Guard offensively by going 2-for-3 with a pair of runs scored.
Kendall Kerns, who will be playing for Abilene Christian next season, drilled a two-run homer that gave Brook Hill a 2-0 lead after two innings.
Temple Christian ends the year at 18-4.
Brook Hill advances to play Lubbock Christian in a best-of-3 series at a time to be announced next week.
On a sidenote note, Brook Hill head coach Terry Pirtle picked up career-win No. 300 on Friday.