Two area teams shined in tournaments over the weekend.

DC Electric (Bellevue West) finished in second place in the K-State Tournament while the Amerilawn Titans (Papio South) earned a second place finish in the Millard Tournament.

After winning its first four games to reach the finals, DC was edged 6-4 in the finals by Next Level (Lawrence, Kan.).

DC fell behind 6-1 entering the bottom of the fifth before scoring twice in the fifth and once in the sixth. DC left the game-tying runner stranded on base in the bottom of the seventh.

Caleb Lemon led the DC offense with two hits, including a two-run triple. Jackson Allred added an RBI double as one of two hits on the day. Cam Madsen scored two runs.

Other K-State Tournament games:

DC Electric 7, Next Level (Manhattan, Kan.) 0 — Dane Toman pitched a complete-game shutout to push DC to the tournament championship. Toman scattered five hits with three strikeouts.

Eric Anderson, Jack Sullivan, Caden Eby, Tyler Vanderwerken and Connor Schneider each ad one RBI for the balanced DC attack.

DC Electric 3, Barnstormers 1 — Owen Woodard racked up 11 strikeouts in five innings of scoreless work while Wells Brazda earned the save.

Noah Tassello doubled with Eby and Gage Allen each adding RBIs.

DC Electric 1, Monarch Coyotes 0 — Anderson drove in Lemon with a sacrifice in the first inning and that run held for the game-winner.

Jaxon Jelkin pitched a complete-game shutout with nine strikeouts and two hits allowed. Treyce Machacek and Sullivan each had two hits.

DC Electric 3, Next Level (KC) 1 — DC scored three runs in the top of the seventh to erase a 1-0 deficit and steal a win.

Allred and Lemon each had an RBI to give DC the lead while Connor Schneider scored the third DC run. Allen held Next Level to two hits and one run while striking out six in a complete-game effort.

• After splitting its two games in the Millard Tournament Friday, Amerilawn rattled off three straight wins to reach the tournament championship against Burke.

Burke earned a 14-8 win over Amerilawn to win the tourney title. Amerilawn couldn’t recover after falling behind 10-1 after an eight-run third inning by Burke.

Grant Oseka drove in two runs with two hits while Bode Wallar added two hits and Jack Bland chipped in with two RBIs and two runs scored. Jackson Horn added a double for Amerilawn.

Pinnacle Bank (Papillion-La Vista) and DJ’s Dugout (Bellevue East) each finished the Millard Tournament with 3-2 records.

Other Millard Tournament results:

Amerilawn 12, Millard South 2 — Amerilawn cruised to a 9-1 lead before finishing off the win in the semifinals.

Oseka drove in three runs for Amerilawn while Trent Brehm, Wallar and Bland each added two RBIs. Danny Schuhmacher added two hits. Eli Foresman held Millard South to four hits and one earned run.

Amerilawn 2, Lincoln Pius X 1 — Brandon Creps and Schuhmacher drove in a run apiece in the fifth to give Amerilawn the win.

Jackson Horn earned the win on the mound with Schuhmacher earning the save.

Amerilawn 8, Creighton Prep White 3 — Amerilawn erased a 3-0 deficit by scoring the final eight runs of the game. Wallar and Oseka each had two RBIs while Horn and Jake Horacek each adding a two-hit game.

Wallar earned the win on the hill.

Sioux Falls Cyclones 13, Amerilawn 4 — Horacek drove in two runs while Wallar had two hits for the Amerilawn offense.

Amerilawn 11, Lincoln North Star 3 — An eight-run seventh inning broke a 3-all tie and gave Amerilawn the win. Bland, Garrett Freeman and Horn each had two hits with Nate Denne adding a pair of RBIs.

Pinnacle Bank 10, Pius 2 — Nick Ripa, Nick Barnett, Jake Koory and Chase Clark each had two hits for PB with Ripa adding a pair of RBIs. Lane Harris earned the win on the mound.

Lincoln Southwest 5, Pinnacle Bank 0 — PB were held to four singles on offense.

Burke 5, Pinnacle Bank 4 — Conner Barnett had two hits, including a triple, while Ripa, Clark and Logan Anderson each recording an RBI.

Pinnacle Bank 8, Sioux Falls Cyclones 0 — Cameron Boone earned the win on the mound with seven strikeouts and he added two hits with a triple. Dylan Reyes and Conner Barnett each drove in one run with a hit.

Pinnacle Bank 6, Lincoln North Star 5 — PB scored three in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game before Conner Barnett’s walk-off RBI single in the eighth inning.

Conner Barnett went 4 for 4, finishing a home run shy of the cycle, with three runs scored. Ripa added two RBIs.

Burke 3, DJ’s Dugout 1 -Ty Chudomelka and Paul Schuyler each had two hits for DJ’s with Andrew Holloway adding an RBI.

Lincoln Southwest 14, DJ’s Dugout 6 — Schuyler and Stevins Spurgeon combined for five hits while Holloway drove in two runs.

DJ’s Dugout 11, Sioux Falls Cyclones 2 — Schuyler and Chudomelka each had three hits while Chudomelka drove in three runs and Schuyler scored four runs.

Holloway drove in two runs while Brandon Sippel chipped in with two hits.

DJ’s Dugout 8, Lincoln North Star 5 — DJ’s scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth to grab the lead for good.

Jason Bishop and Schuyler combined for five RBIs with Bishop hitting a triple.

DJ’s Dugout 15, Creighton Prep White 7 — Jake Burligame and Schuyler combined for five hits and six RBIs with Schuyler knocking two doubles.

Ethan Fritz, Jake Eltiste and Bishop each had two RBIs with Fritz adding three hits.

• Bryan Post 339 went 0-4 at the Bayley Tournament at Omaha South. It was the first action of the summer season for Bryan:

Bennington 4, Bryan 2 — AJ Latoza had two hits to lead Bryan with Preston Wilson adding an RBI.

Omaha Northwest 8, Bryan 0 — Devon Fuentes had the lone hits for Bryan.

Lincoln High 4, Bryan 2 — Jadon Palmer had two hits while Tobin Wingender drove in a run with a single.

Alliance 9, Bryan 2 — Latoza went 2 for 3 with an RBI while Hunter Johansen knocked a double.

Regular season results:

DC Electric 7, DJ’s Dugout 2 — Machacek drove in two runs while Eric Anderson, Schneider and Allred each added two-hit games for DC.

Spurgeon drove in a run for DJ’s.

Pinnacle Bank 3, DC Electric 2 — Ripa scored the game winning run on a dropped third strike in the bottom of the eighth for Pinnacle Bank.

Hunter Scruggs hit a two-run homer for the other PB runs as DC starter Eby held Pinnacle Bank to two hits. Lemon had three hits and two RBIs to headline the DC offense.

Millard North 6, Pinnacle Bank 5 — Pinnacle trailed 6-4 after three innings but couldn’t recover. Nick Ripa had two hits and two RBIs while Nick Barnett added two RBIs with a triple.

DiGiorgio’s (Gross) 2, Creighton Prep Blue 1 — Nate Fiscus scattered six hits while keeping the Prep offense off balanced and earning the complete-game win.

Fiscus added two hits for the offense and Garrett Hunter had an RBI.

DiGiorgio’s 1, Skutt 0 — Pearson recorded a complete-game shutout for DiGiorgio’s, scattering four hits to go with six strikeouts.

Charles Monico doubled before scoring the game-winning run on an RBI groundout by Nolan Lewandowski.

Lincoln Southeast 7-10, DiGiorgio’s 5-4 — In game one of the doubleheader, Southeast scored twice in the top of the eighth for the extra-inning win.

Chuck Monaco had two hits and two RBIs to lead DiGiorgio’s. Ben Deiber and Nolan Lewandowski each added two hits.

Southeast picked up another extra-innings win in game two, breaking a 4-all tie with a six-run 10th inning. Deiber and Lewandowski each had an RBI for DiGiorgio’s.

Gretna Post 216 7-3, Norfolk 5-2 — In game one, Gretna led 7-1 entering the bottom of the seventh before a brief Norfolk rally. Caden Opfer homered for Gretna while Coby Hardies added two hits with Nolan Eby driving in two runs. Zach Wiese had nine strikeouts in five innings as the starter.

In game two, Gretna held on to a 3-0 lead for the doubleheader sweep. Joe Weis had a double and scored two runs with Evan Beran adding an RBI.

SOS Heating and Cooling (Ralston) 9, Omaha North 5 — A four-run sixth inning for SOS broke a 5-all tie and gave SOS the win. Nolan Sailors and Zane Harris combined for five hits with Harris driving in two runs.

Kaleb Holm drove in three runs while also scoring three runs.

Grand Island 7, SOS 5 — SOS scored all five runs in the third inning for a 5-0 lead that didn’t hold. Brady Krajeski and Vinny Preis each had two-run hits while Nolan Sailors posted two hits in the game.

Kearney 11, SOS 0 — Josh Kilzer recorded a single for the lone SOS hit.

Hastings 3, SOS 0 — Zane Harris went 2 for 3 to lead SOS, which was held to five singles on offense. Preis recorded six strikeouts in a complete-game effort on the mound.

Seward 7, SOS 4 — Harris and Cal Yordt each drove in two runs on two hits to headline the SOS offense. Sailors added a double.

Omaha South 5, Amerilawn 4 — Omaha South scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to steal the win. Brehm, Horn and Schuhmacher each had two hits with Horn adding two RBIs.

Hastings 5, PrimeTime (Platteview) 1 — Colin Lynam had two hits while Jordan Mathewson recorded the lone PrimeTime RBI in the setback.

PrimeTime 4, Mount Michael 3 — Caden Johnson hit a base-loaded single in the seventh inning to give PrimeTime the walk-off win.

Grant Thomas scored two runs after notching two hits while Cade Lynam and Jordan Mathewson each added an RBI.

PrimeTime 16, Crete 4 — Wyatt Webster drove in three runs to lead the PrimeTime offense while Garrett Harrah and Jordan Mathewson had two RBIs apiece.

Thomas knocked two hits, including a triple, with three runs scored.

Memorial Day weekend recap

• DC Electric finished the Bellevue Invite with a perfect 4-0 record to win the tournament title.

DC defeated Waverly, Millard Sox Black, Lincoln Pius X and PrimeTime on their way to the tournament title.

A walk-off, extra inning win over Waverly started the tournament with a bang for DC. Tyler Kephart drove singled on a bunt with the bases loaded to give DC the 7-6 win in the eighth inning.

The Thunderbirds ended their tournament with an 11-4 win over PrimeTime. Anderson drove in three runs while Sullivan added two RBIs to headline DC.

Thomas, Jordan Mathewson and Ryan Roesler each had two-hit games for PrimeTime, which finished the tournament with a 3-1 record.

DJ’s Dugout posted a 1-4 record in the Bellevue Invite with its lone win coming over Lincoln Southeast. Fritz and Chudomelka combined for a complete-game shutout in the win, scattering three hits. Sippel drove in Schuyler for the eventual game-winning run in the first inning.

• Gretna Post 216 went 2-1 while DiGiorgio’s added two wins at the Skutt Invite.

Gretna defeated Millard Sox Gold and Creighton Prep White and lost to Skutt 4-3. DiGiorgio’s picked up wins over Mount Michael and Skutt.

In Gretna’s 11-1 win over Millard Sox Gold, Quinn Mason and Ty Perkins each had two RBIs.

In DiGiorgio’s 4-1 win over Skutt, Lewandowski earned the win with Fiscus picking up the save. Jake McGregor and Max Peters had RBIs.

• SOS Heating and Cooling split its four-game slate at the Omaha South Invite.

SOS lost its first two games to Concordia and Omaha South before rebounding with wins over Omaha North and Waverly. In SOS’s win over Waverly, Holm had three hits with three runs scored while Jake Chronic and Kilzer combined for five RBIs.

• Pinnacle Bank went 1-2 at the Elkhorn Tournament.

The team from Papillion-La Vista’s only win came with by a 12-3 score over Elkhorn South. Pinnacle Bank was defeated by Norris and Bennington, both by 6-4 scores.

In the win over Elkhorn South, Nick Barnett and Scruggs combined for five hits, five runs scored and seven RBIs while each hit a home run.

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