With runners on second and third, Burdette fielded the ball hit by Shayne Vetter and faked a throw to first base.
Moorefield senior Katelynn Wills fell for the pump fake while leaning toward home, and Burdette spun and fired to junior third baseman Katie Allen to retire her easily, and Buffalo again escaped without giving up a run.
"This is why we practice. They know little plays like that make the biggest differences. Burdette couldn't have played that better, and Katie was ready for it," Moore said.
There was another close call for Buffalo in the third. Moorefield's Ashley Rexrode stood on second and Michaela Regester on first. Beth Riggleman hit a single into the gap where it was fielded by Buffalo left fielder Katie Higginbotham.
Higginbotham fielded the ball cleanly, saw Rexrode rounding third, and without hesitation launched the ball to freshman catcher Chase Christy.
With a perfect throw and tag, Christy retired Rexrode to end the inning.
"I knew where I had missed a routine ball earlier in the game that I had to do this," Higginbotham said. "I was nervous, but the team counted on a big play like that, and I was due for it."
Chase Christy was 2-for-3 with a pair of singles in the win, and center fielder Olivia Dunn singled in the bottom of the sixth.
Moorefield starter Taylor Zuber took the loss, striking out five.
The Yellow Jackets threatened again in the seventh, when junior shortstop Beth Cook singled to put runners on first and second with one out. However, Burdette ended the game with a pair of strikeouts.
The third title was clinched when Moorefield sophomore Brooke Riggleman swung and missed at strike three.
"I have worked with Chase since we were in middle school," Burdette said. "Coach called the pitch, and Chase set it up exactly where her glove needed to be. When I threw the last pitch I just knew I had to make her swing.
"Coach and Chase did their part."
Like Cook, Katelynn Wills also doubled her first at bat, and ended her day 2-for-3 with a single. Moorefield's only other hits came out of singles from Michaela Regester, Ashley Rexrode, and Jayme Fraley.