Amerilawn (Papillion-La Vista South) wrapped up the Millard Sox Tournament championship with a victory against Millard Sox Gold Sunday. Finishing with a 3-0 record, Amerilawn scored plenty of runs to finish with 25 runs scored in the tournament.
Amerilawn is now back at .500 with a 15-15 record.
Amerilawn 7, Lincoln Lutheran 2 — Amerilawn sealed the game with a three-run seventh inning behind a combined 12 hits in the game. Garrett Freeman and Hunter Woods tallied two hits and two RBI each.
Aaron Madden pitched six innings allowing two unearned runs on three hits.
Amerilawn 8, Norfolk 6 — Amerilawn held a 4-2 advantage after the first inning before both teams scored four runs in the sixth inning. Grant Oseka finished with three hits and three RBI while Jackson Horn and Jack Bland added two hits and RBI each.
Amerilawn 9, Millard Sox Gold 1 — In the six inning game, Amerilawn scored at least one run in every inning but the fourth. Trenton Brehm tallied three hits while Nate Denne and Bodi Wallar added two RBI each.
Bland pitched four innings allowing one run on two hits with eight strikeouts.
• PrimeTime Sporting Goods (Platteview) competed in the Senior Tournament last week. PrimeTime finished 3-0 by beating Louisville in the first round and then winning the northern division against Plattsmouth to advance to the final, where it completed a comeback victory.
After totaling 32 runs in three games, PrimeTime are 19-5 this summer.
PrimeTime 14, Louisville 0 - A seven-run third and five-run fourth led to the run rule. Colin Lynam and Nick DeMonte tallied two hits and three RBI each while Jordan Mathewson and Grant Thomas added two RBI each.
Sam Kennedy pitched three innings allowing only one hit.
PrimeTime 6, Plattsmouth 2 - Trailing 2-1, PrimeTime scored two runs in the fourth and then added three insurance runs in the sixth innings. Caden Mathewson, Sam Kennedy, Ryan Roesler and Cade Lynam each tallied a RBI.
Roesler pitched six innings allowing two runs (one unearned) on four hits with five strikeouts.
PrimeTime 12, Nebraska City 8 - NC led 7-1 before PrimeTime scored six run in the sixth inning to head to extra innings and five runs in the ninth inning for the comeback win. DeMonte recorded two hits and three RBI while Kennedy and Caden Mathewson tallied two hits, two runs and two RBI each.
Caden Johnson pitched five-plus innings of relief allowing one unearned run on six hits with six strikeouts for the win.
• Pinnacle Bank (Papillion-La Vista) and DJ’s Dugout (Bellevue East) competed in the GI/Kearney Invite over the weekend. Pinnacle Bank finished with a 2-2 record and DJ’s ended with a 1-3 record.
PB sit with a 18-11 record, while DJ’s is 11-19.
Pinnacle Bank 9, North Platte 0 — Jackson Ossenfort pitched a no-hitter going five innings with four strikeouts in the shortened game. Conner Barnett finished with two RBI while Nick Barnett, Logan Anderson and Gage Ingram each tallied a hit and RBI.
Pinnacle Bank 10, Grand Island 3 — A four-run fifth inning and a five-run seventh inning sparked the blowout victory. Hunter Scruggs tallied three hits and two RBI, including a homer, while Nick Barnett added a homer and two RBI.
Ingram pitched five innings allowing six hits and one unearned run for the win.
Hastings 7, Pinnacle Bank 3 — Tied at 3-3, Hastings scored four runs in the top of the seventh to escape with the win. Conner Barnett finished with three hits and two runs while Nick Ripa and Alan Goldsberry each added a RBI.
Kearney 8, Pinnacle Bank 0 — Conner Barnett tallied two hits while Ripa and Anderson added a hit each.
Home Federal 14, DJ’s Dugout 339 6 — Home Federal scored eight runs in the first three innings to force DJ’s to attempt a comeback. Ty Chudomelka tallied three hits, two runs and a RBI while Andrew Holloway added two hits and three RBI.
DJ’s Dugout 339 13, North Platte 5 — DJ’s jumped ahead 10-0 through three innings in the six-inning finish while combining for 15 hits. Javier Lupes tallied three hits and six RBI while Steve Spurgeon Jr. added three hits, three runs and two RBI.
Kearney 7, DJ’s Dugout 339 2 — A four-run fifth inning put Kearney ahead for good and DJ’s scored a run in the third and fifth innings. Schuyler finished with two hits, including a triple, while Jake Burlingame added two RBI.
Hastings 10, DJ’s Dugout 339 0 — Schuyler, Chudomelka and Jason Bishop each marked a hit for DJ’s.
• SOS Heating and Cooling (Ralston) traveled to Lincoln for the Peterson Tournament. SOS finished with a 1-3 record to move to 12-17 on the season.
Elkhorn 10, SOS Heating and Cooling 2 — SOS scored both runs in the third inning. Nico Bland tallied both RBIs while Kaleb Holm doubled.
Sioux Falls West 9, SOS Heating and Cooling 6 — Sioux Falls led 8-1 after three innings before SOS outscored Sioux Falls 5-1 in the last-two innings. Nolan Sailors tallied three RBI and one hit while Brady Krajeski and Vinny Preis added a RBI each.
Lincoln Southeast 6, SOS Heating and Cooling 1 — SOS scored its only run in the seventh. Holm recorded a RBI double while Sailors, Jake Chronic and Bland tallied a hit each.
SOS Heating and Cooling 6, Lincoln Northeast 5 — SOS scored six runs despite only recording three hits. Holm and Preis tallied a RBI each while Holm pitched six innings allowing five runs (one earned) on seven hits.
Regular season results:
Millard North 7, Amerilawn 4 — The Mustangs jumped on Amerilawn with four runs in the first. Amerilawn scored one run in second and third innings and added two runs in the seventh, while Millard North scored one in the third and two in the sixth.
Bland amassed four hits, one run and one RBI while Brehm and Oseka tallied two hits and two RBI, respectively.
Amerilawn 11, Bryan Post 339 0 — Four runs in the first and fourth innings and three runs in the third inning guided Amerilawn to the lopsided victory. Bland and Woods tallied two hits each with four combined RBI with Brandon Creps pitching five innings allowing only two hits. Preston Wilson and Jacob Palmer each tallied a hit for Bryan.
Amerilawn 6, Millard Sox Black 1 — A six-run fourth inning drove Amerilawn to the win. Freeman tallied three hits and Denne added two hits and two RBI while Bland pitched a four-hitter allowing one unearned run.
Omaha Central 8, Amerilawn 4 — Amerilawn led 4-1 after five innings before Central scored five in the sixth inning and two runs in the seventh to down Amerilawn. Freeman tallied two hits and three RBI while Eli Foresman pitched five innings allowing one unearned runs on four hits.
DJ’s Dugout 8, Bryan Post 339 4 - Bryan jumped ahead 4-0 through two innings before DJ’s scored one run in the third, four in the fifth and three in the seventh for a comeback win. Jadon Palmer tallied two runs and two RBI while Tobin Wingender and Thad Kottich tallied a RBI each for Bryan.
Spurgeon Jr. tallied two hits, a run and RBI and pitched four innings of relief allowing two hits and striking out eight. Burlingame added a hit and two RBI.
DC Electric (Bellevue West) 3, Millard North 2 — DC scored a run in the first and MN scored two in the third before DC scored the game-tying run in the seventh for extra innings. Then in the top of the 11th, Tyler Kephart doubled in the game-winning run.
Kephart, Caleb Lemon and Connor Schneider tallied two hits each while the DC bullpen combined for six innings and only two hits with eight strikeouts.
Westside 11, DC Electric 2 — DC could only manage a two-run third inning. Kephart tallied two RBI while Lemon and Treyce Machacek each added a hit.
DC Electric 9, DiGiorgio’s (Gross) 4 - A six-run second inning by DC in the second inning provided the difference. Kephart, Lemon, Eric Anderson and Machacek each tallied two RBI.
Ryan Pearson and Deiber tallied the two Cougar hits.
Millard South 6, DJ’s Dugout 5 — With the scored tied at 4-4 in the second, the Patriots scored a run in the third and fourth inning and DJ’s added a score in the sixth.
Schuyler, Blake Urwin and Chudomelka tallied three hits each.
Gretna Post 216 9, Beatrice 1 — Gretna scored a run in each of the first two innings before scoring three runs in third inning and four runs in the fourth innings for the run rule.
Kaden Conrad totaled two hits and three RBI while Coby Speer added two RBI.
Gretna Post 216 5, Fremont 2 — A run in the first and third innings supplemented by a three-run fifth inning gave Gretna a 5-0 lead before Fremont scored twice in the sixth.
Caden Opfer recorded three hits, three runs and a RBI while Joe Weis and Quinn Mason added two hits and two RBI each.
Creighton Prep 4, Gretna Post 216 1 — A three-run third innings by the Bluejays provided the difference. Prep added a run in the fifth and Gretna marked the scoreboard in the sixth.
Evan Beran notched a double and Cooper Idt added a RBI.
Pinnacle Bank 12, Elkhorn South 8 - In a high-scoring affair, there was only one inning where a run wasn’t scored and only two innings where both teams didn’t score. A four-run seventh by PB helped keep the lead secure.
Conner Barnett tallied three hits and two RBI while Anderson added two hits and four RBI. Nick Barnett and Ripa added two hits each.
Westside 8, Pinnacle Bank 0 — A run in the second put PB behind before it collapsed, allowing seven runs in the sixth inning. Ripa and Jake Koory tallied two hits each while Nick Barnett and Cameron Boone added a run each.
Millard South 13, Pinnacle Bank 12 — Millard South jumped ahead 8-0 after two before Pinnacle trailed 11-5 after four innings. PB added seven runs in the top of the sixth to lead 12-11, but the Patriots added two in the bottom of the inning to take back the lead and win.
Conner Barnett tallied three hits and three RBI while Nick Barnett and Boone added three RBI each.
Creighton Prep 7, SOS Heating and Cooling 4 — SOS jumped ahead 3-0 in the first four innings but was outscored 7-1 the rest of the way. Sailors recorded two hits and Bland added two RBI.
Millard Sox 8, SOS Heating and Cooling 5 — SOS led 1-0 after the first before the Sox added runs in the second and fourth innings and outscored SOS 6-4 the rest of the game.
Holm tallied two hits while Zane Harris notched two RBI.
Omaha North 3, DiGiorgio’s 2 — The Vikings scored three runs in the second inning but DiGiorgio’s could only manage a two-run fourth inning the rest of the way.
Charles Monico, Ben Deiber and Max Peters tallied a hit each while Collin Almgren added a RBI.
Bennington 2 6, DiGiorgio’s 5 — DiGiorgio’s tied the game in the top of the seventh before Bennington scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the inning. Monico, Deiber and Colin Ochoa tallied two hits each with Monico and Deiber totaled three stolen bases.