The nine area teams played only regular season games over the week with one team winning both games and five teams only losing one game.
PrimeTime (Platteview) won both of its weekend games. Bryan Post 339 finished with a 3-1 record while Amerilawn (Papio South), DC Electric (Bellevue West) and Pinnacle Bank (Papillion-La Vista) finished with 2-1 records.
DJ’s Dugout (Bellevue East) ended with a 2-2 record and Gretna Post 216 had a 2-3 record while SOS Heating and Cooling (Ralston) finished with a 1-3 record and DiGiorgio’s (Gross) went 1-1 during the week.
There’s one week left of regular season action before the start of districts.
Elkhorn South 2 12, DC Electric 3 - The Storm scored at least one run in every inning besides the second inning while DC Electric scored all-three runs in the third. Wells Brazda tallied two RBI.
DC Electric 4, Lincoln Southeast 0 — DC Electric scored three runs in the first and added an insurance run in the third inning. Caleb Lemon and Treyce Machacek notched two hits each while Eric Anderson added two RBI, including a homer.
Tyler Kephart pitched a complete game allowing five hits and striking out six.
DC Electric 8, Pinnacle Bank 4 — DC Electric jumped ahead 7-1 after the second inning. Pinnacle Bank then added a run in the third, fourth and seventh inning while DC scored another run in the fifth. Conner Barnett totaled three runs and three hits for Pinnacle Bank.
Anderson recorded two hits and four RBI while Cam Madsen, Kephart and Caden Eby added a RBI each.
Pinnacle Bank 6, Lincoln Southeast 1 — Pinnacle Bank scored three runs before adding insurance runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Conner Barnett, Hunter Scruggs and Chase Clark tallied a hit and RBI each.
Hayden Bahl pitched a complete game allowing one run on three hits.
DJ’s Dugout 8, Elkhorn South 5 — After both teams scored three runs in the third, DJ’s scored three runs in the fourth and one run in the fifth and sixth inning, while the Storm added one run in the sixth and seventh.
Steve Spurgeon Jr. totaled three hits, including a double and homer, with two RBI and three runs while Ty Chudomelka added two hits and three RBI.
DJ’s Dugout 3, Millard Sox Black 0 — DJ’s scored two runs in the first and one run in the second. Paul Schuyler finished with three hits, a run and a RBI while Andrew Holloway added two RBI.
Chudomelka threw a seven inning complete game allowing six hits and recording four strikeouts.
Millard North 5, DJ’s Dugout 4 — DJ’s led 4-3 heading into the seventh inning before the Mustangs tied the game in the seventh and scored the game-winning run in the eighth inning.
Chudomelka tallied a run, hit and RBI while Javier Lupes added a RBI.
Omaha Northwest 5, DJ’s Dugout 4 — Tied at 1-1, the Huskies scored two runs in the fifth and sixth inning before DJ’s attempted a comeback by scoring three runs in the seventh.
Chudomelka tallied three hits while Spurgeon Jr. added two RBI.
Columbus 3, Gretna Post 216 0 — Quinn Mason recorded two hits and Bryant Jeary added a double. Zach Wiese pitched seven innings allowing three runs (one earned) on three hits with eight strikeouts.
Gretna Post 216 5, Columbus 0 — Gretna scored one run in the first and four runs in the third inning. Caden Opfer tallied two hits, a run and a RBI while Coby Hardies added two hits and a RBI, including a double.
Joe Weis pitched a complete game allowing only two hits with three strikeouts.
Omaha South 3, Gretna Post 216 2 — Gretna scored two runs in the first before South scored a run in the second, fourth and seventh inning. Lane Hartman and Cooper Idt totaled a hit and RBI each.
Gretna Post 216 6, Grand Island 1 — Gretna scored four runs in the first and added two insurance runs in the third inning. Evan Beran tallied two RBI while Mason and Jeary added a RBI each.
Wiese pitched five innings allowing one run on six hits with seven strikeouts.
Grand Island 7, Gretna Post 216 6 — Gretna fell behind 7-2 before scoring two runs in the fifth and sixth inning. Blake Grimm and Hartman tallied two hits and two RBI each while Mason added a homer.
Pinnacle Bank 14, Bryan Post 339 5 — Pinnacle Bank scored five runs in the second and eight runs in the third inning to run rule Bryan in five innings. Nick Ripa and Alan Goldsberry finished with three RBI each while Conner Barnett, Nick Barnett, Lane Harris and Chase Clark added two RBI each.
Hunter Johansen recorded two hits and three RBI, including two doubles, while Hunter Weyer added two RBI.
Bryan Post 339 11, Concordia 2 — Bryan scored two runs in the first and second innings before posting a seven-run fifth inning for the five inning run rule. Tobin Wingender tallied two hits and two RBI, while Thad Kottich and Johansen added a double each.
Kottich pitched five innings allowing two unearned runs on five hits in the win.
Bryan Post 339 8, Millard Sox Gold 3 — Bryan scored three runs in the fifth and sixth inning to deflate the Sox. Johansen and Preston Wilson tallied two hits each, including two doubles each, and combined for five RBI.
David Avalos added two innings of relief allowing an unearned run on one hit.
Bryan Post 339 6, Millard Sox Gold 5 — Bryan faced a 5-1 deficit before scoring four runs in the sixth inning and then scoring the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh.
Wilson and Avalos notched two hits each while Weyer added two RBI.
Skutt 10, SOS Heating and Cooling 5 — After SOS jumped ahead 2-0 in the first, a six-run second inning by Skutt provided the difference. Nolan Sailors, Kaleb Holm, Josh Kilzer and Jahrran Paces tallied a RBI each.
Elkhorn South 5, SOS Heating and Cooling 0 - SOS only managed five hits. Sailors and Kilzer tallied two hits, including a double, each. Jake Chronic pitched seven innings allowing five runs (two earned) on five hits.
Kearney 10, SOS Heating and Cooling 1 — SOS lone run came in the third inning. Sailors tallied two hits and a RBI.
SOS Heating and Cooling 7, Omaha South 4 — SOS scored five runs in the first before adding insurance runs in the fourth and fifth inning. Chronic and Zane Harris tallied two hits each and combined for three RBI while Justin Remar added two hits and a RBI.
Kaleb Holm pitched four innings allowing only two hits in the relief win.
DiGiorgio’s 14, Creighton Prep 2 10 — DiGiorgio’s scored four runs in the second and fifth inning and three runs in the third and sixth innings. Ryan Pearson tallied three hits, four RBI and scored two runs, including two triples.
Charles Monico and Colin Ochoa added two hits each.
Kearney 8, DiGiorgio’s 5 — DiGiorgio’s scored two runs in the second inning and three runs in the seventh inning in the loss. Monico tripled while Nolan Lewandowski, Ben Deiber and Ochoa added a hit and RBI each.
Kearney 7, Amerilawn 3 — After the Bearcats led 3-1 after the first inning, Amerilawn scored one run in the fifth and sixth innings before Kearney scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning.
Hunter Woods collected two hits while Trenton Brehm and Bodi Wallar added a RBI each.
Amerilawn 5, Omaha North 4 — Omaha North jumped ahead 2-0 in the third inning before Amerilawn tallied three runs in the fifth. Each team scored one run in the sixth and seventh innings, including the walk-off win when Jackson Horn scored on a wild pitch.
Wallar tallied two RBI while Brehm and Brandon Creps added a RBI each. Creps added a complete game on the mound allowing four runs (two earned) on five hits with six strikeouts.
Amerilawn 6, Kearney 4 — Amerilawn scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to edge the Bearcats. Nate Denne combined for four hits and two RBI while Brehm added two RBI.
PrimeTime 6, Seward 5 — Seward led 5-1 before PrimeTime scored three runs in the fifth and sixth inning. Colin Lynam totaled two hits and four RBI, including a homer while Cade Lynam added three hits and two runs.
Ryan Roesler pitched six innings allowing five runs (two earned) on seven hits with 12 strikeouts.
PrimeTime 8, Blair 7 - Blair led 7-4 after four innings before PrimeTime scored a run in the fifth and three runs in the sixth inning. Colin Lynam and Jordan Mathewson tallied two hits, two runs and a RBI while Caden Mathewson added two hits.
Wyatt Webster pitched three innings allowing only two hits for the win in relief.