Check out Nebraska's American Legion baseball results for Sunday, July 14, as published in The World-Herald.

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Seniors

Big Fred's Mustangs 8, Norfolk Legion 6: Jack Ricketts earned the win, and Matt Goetzmann and Owen Sutherland had two hits and two RBIs Big Fred's (Millard North). Mustangs finished the regular season 29-9.

Springfield Primetime Sporting Goods 15, Lexington Pinnacle Bank 0: Sam Kennedy struck out twelve and allowed one hit to get the win for Springfield Primetime Sporting Goods. Grant Thomas finished with four hits, three runs, and three RBIs.

Springfield Primetime Sporting Goods 4, Mack Bros (Omaha Northwest) 2: Grant Thomas recorded three hits, including a double to pace Springfield Primetime Sporting Goods.

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C&H Construction 8, Chippewa Falls Wisconsin 3: Cole Warner tossed six innings with two strikeouts to earn the win for C&H Construction (Omaha Burke). Sam Hewitt drove in two runs on three hits, while Josh Lorenzen finished with two doubles and two RBIs.

C&H Construction 7, St. Michael Minnesota 2: Nick Davidson struck out two in five innings to earn the win, while Brandon Nix and Collin Campin combined for five hits and five RBIs. C&H Construction will advance to the quarterfinals on Monday.

Medicine Man Skyhawks 16, Hibbing Minnesota 5: Brandon Bernard, Cade Barton, Max Brinker, and Dawson Radik combined for ten RBIs for Medicine Man (Omaha Skutt).

OrthoNebraska 14, Rochester Patriots 6: Aiden Young plated three runs on two hits, while Trey Frahm drew three walks and scored four runs for OrthoNebraska (Elkhorn).

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Gretna 10, Hastings Five Points Bank 5: Gretna scored six runs in the third inning to pull away from Hastings.

Hastings Five Points Bank 7, DiGiorgios Sportswear (Omaha Gross) 2: Jacob Shaw tossed five shutout innings to get the win for Hastings Five Points Bank. Hastings improves to 28-11 on the season.

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