PrimeTime Sporting Goods traveled to take part in the Yankton (S.D.) Tournament over the weekend, where they finished with a 4-1 record. PrimeTime went undefeated into the championship before losing in the finale on Sunday.
Most of PrimeTime runs in the tournament came in the first-three innings.
PrimeTime 9, Plattsmouth 1 — PrimeTime used the run rule to open the tournament by scoring eight runs in the first-three innings. Jordan Mathewson tallied two hits and two RBI, while Hunter Babe added a hit and two RBI.
Riley Lang allowed one run on two hits in four-plus innings on the mound.
PrimeTime 7, Yankton 4 — Leading 4-0, PrimeTime added three insurance runs in the top of the seventh before Yankton added four in the bottom of the inning for PrimeTime to pull out the win.
Grant Thomas and Babe recorded a hit and RBI each.
PrimeTime 5, Norfolk 3 — Thomas and Jordan Mathewson tallied two hits each with Thomas scoring three runs. Colin Lynam added two RBI, while Ryan Roesler pitched six innings allowing three runs on six hits for PrimeTime.
PrimeTime 11, Brookings 2 — PrimeTime scored a total of 10 runs in the third and fourth innings for the run rule. Thomas recorded three hits, three runs and two RBI, while Lynam added two hits and two runs.
Caden Johnson pitched four innings allowing two runs on six hits.
Blair 10, PrimeTime 3 — Five errors led to PrimeTime falling in the Sunday matchup. Thomas, Caden Mathewson and Roesler recorded two hits each.
• SOS Heating and Cooling hosted the Annual Rod Stuehm Memorial Tournament at Orval Smith Park with Gretna Post 261 taking part in the tournament. SOS won their first-two games to reach the championship before losing in the championship final.
Gretna finished with a 2-1 record to finish in third place.
SOS Heating & Cooling 3, Millard Sox 2 — SOS scored all three runs in the bottom of the seventh for a walk-off win. Kaleb Holm tallied a hit and two RBI, while a Nolan Sailors scored the game-winning run on an error by the Sox.
Mt. Michael 4, Gretna Post 216 1 — Gretna scored in the first inning, but couldn’t manufacture a run the rest of the way. Joe Weis, Quinn Mason and Hunter Fotoplos each recorded a hit with Weis adding the RBI.
Gretna 4, Waverly 2 — Each team scored a run in the first and fifth innings, but Gretna added a two-run third for the difference. Blake Grimm recorded two hits, while Kaden Conrad tallied a run, hit and RBI. Zach Wiese added a two-run double.
SOS Heating & Cooling 6, Lincoln Northeast 1 — SOS held Lincoln Northeast scoreless until the final inning. Cal Yordt tallied three hits, while Nico Bland and Jahrran Paces recorded two hits and totaled three RBI.
Vinny Preis pitched a complete game allowing one run on six hits for SOS.
Gretna 4, Lincoln Northeast 1 — A four-run fifth inning gave Gretna the spark to end the third-place game with a victory. Conrad and Grimm tallied two hits and a RBI each with Coby Speer and Weis adding the other two RBI.
Mount Michael 15, SOS 5 — SOS were run ruled in the championship. Sailors recorded two hits, while Jake Chronic added two runs, two hits and two RBI. Zane Harris and Brady Krajeski each added a double.
• Bryan Post 339 (Bryan) and DJ’s Dugout (Bellevue East) took part in the Ames St. Bash over the weekend at Boyd Park. Bryan finished 2-2, winning two Friday and losing two Saturday, while DJ’s Dugout finished with a 1-3 record.
Bryan Post 339 13, Millard United 6 — Bryan scored two runs in the second, third, fourth and fifth innings and then added five runs in the seventh to cushion the lead in the win behind 13 total Bear hits.
Bryan Post 339 7, DJ’s Dugout Post 339 5 — Tied at 1-1, Bryan outscored DJ’s 6-4 in innings four through six to edge DJ’s Dugout. DJ’s Ethan Fritz tripled and scored a run while Jake Burlingame recorded two hits and two RBI.
A.J. Latoza and Thad Kottich tallied a hit and RBI, while Hunter Johansen recorded a double and scored two runs.
DJ’s Dugout Post 339 4, Omaha Central 3 — A four-run fourth inning by DJ’s Dugout allowed them to weather two-run sixth by the Eagles despite East committing four errors. Burlingame, Andrew Holloway, Jake Eltiste and Brandon Sipple each recorded a hit and RBI for DJ’s.
Fritz pitched six innings allowing three hits on one earned run with two strikeouts.
Omaha Central 7, Bryan Post 339 0 — Bryan only managed two hits coming from Johansen and Hunter Weyer.
Bennington 10, Bryan Post 339 2 — Kottich and Johansen recorded two hits each, while the latter and Owen Kaminski tallied a RBI each.
Bennington 11, DJ’s Dugout Post 339 9 — Each team scored nine runs in the second inning before Bennington added two in the fourth. The game only lasted four innings due to the two-hour time limit.
Holloway recorded two hits, while Javier Lupes and Aidan Nichols each tallied two RBI.
Millard United 13, DJ’s Dugout Post 339 0 — Paul Schuyler, Holloway and Sippel recorded a hit each.
• Pinnacle Bank (Papillion-La Vista), AmeriLawn Irrigation (Papillion-La Vista South) and DiGiorgio’s Sportswear (Gross) competed in the Gross tournament over the weekend. PB finished 3-1 for the best area finish, while AmeriLawn finished 1-3 and DiGiorgio’s ended with a 2-2 record on a pair of late inning comebacks.
Pinnacle Bank 15, DiGiorgio’s 5 — PB scored nine runs in its last two at-bats to run away with the win. Conner Barnett went 3 for 5 with three runs scored and five RBIs while Nick Ripa added three RBIs on three hits. Cameron Boone and Jake Koory each drove in two runs with an extra-base hit.
Collin Almgren and Ben Dieber doubled for DiGiorgio’s, with Dieber racking up three hits.
DiGiorgio’s 19, Millard North 18 — DiGiorgio’s scored eight runs in the last-two innings to edge MN in a high-scoring affair.
DiGiorgio’s 6, Columbus 5 — A four-run fifth inning cut a three-run deficit into a one-run lead and eventual win.
Millard North 6, Pinnacle Bank 0 — The PB offense was held to four singles in the set back.
Hastings 9, AmeriLawn 4 — AmeriLawn scored a run in each of the first-three innings, but Hastings scored four runs in that time before outscoring AmeriLawn 5-1 the rest of the game.
Bodi Wallar tallied two hits, a run and RBI, while Nate Denne added the other RBI. Danny Schuhamacher pitched two innings of relief allowing one run on no hits.
Pinnacle Bank 5, Hastings 0 — All five Monarch runs came in the fourth through sixth innings. Ripa and Nick Barnett tallied two hits each, while Conner Barnett tallied two RBI.
Patrick Zeller pitched a complete game allowing no runs on two hits on the mound.
Pinnacle Bank 7, AmeriLawn 5 — AmeriLawn scored all their runs in the first-four innings, but Pinnacle managed six runs in that time and added an insurance run in the seventh. Pinnacle’s Ripa, Hunter Scruggs, Goldsberry and Rayes each recorded two hits.
AmeriLawn’s Grant Oseka tallied two hits with Jackson Horn and Wallar each doubling and Garrett Freeman adding a homer.
AmeriLawn 14, DiGiorgio’s 1 — A four-run fourth and seven-run seventh innings were more than enough for AmeriLawn, who recorded 14 hits. Wallar, Denne and Jack Bland tallied three hits each with Eli Foresman pitching six innings allowing one run on five hits.
Nolan Lewandowski gathered a hit and scored for DiGiorgio’s while Ryan Pearson and Charles Monico each tallied a hit in the top of the order.
Columbus 7, AmeriLawn 2 — AmeriLawn’s two runs came in the third inning on a RBI by Wallar. Trenton Brehm and Denne tallied two hits each to lead AmeriLawn.
• DC Electric (Bellevue West) competed in the Turf Classic Tournament at Millard West over the weekend. DC finished with a 1-4 record in the tournament.
DC Electric 6, Kearney 2 — DC scored three in the first, one in the third and two in the fourth to open with a tourney win. Jackson Allred tallied three hits, while Treyce Machacek recorded two hits and three RBI. Caden Eby and Wells Brazda combined to only allow four hits on the mound.
Mitchell S.D. 8, DC Electric 0 — DC only mustered three hits in the loss. Machacek recorded two hits and Allred added the other for DC.
Lincoln Pius 7, DC Electric 4 - DC scored a run in four of the seven innings, but allowed three runs in the second and sixth innings. Allred, Tyler Kephart and Jack Sullivan each recorded two hits and a RBI while Eric Anderson added a RBI.
Millard West 6, DC Electric 1 — Machacek recorded two hits, while Eby added the lone RBI.
Waverly 4, DC Electric 2 — DC led by one but allowed a total of four runs in the fifth and sixth combined to drop the final game in the tournament. Caleb Lemon tallied a hit and RBI with Anderson adding the other RBI.
Regular season results:
PrimeTime 11, Falls City 3 — Thomas went 4 for 4, finishing a triple short of the cycle, while driving in three runs and scoring four. Caden Mathewson added a double with three RBIs while Babe added a double.
Pinnacle Bank 3, Omaha South 1 — Zach Colbert struck out seven in a complete-game victory for PB. Ripa went 3 for 3 with a double and two runs scored to lead the offense.
Scruggs, Nick Barnett and Logan Anderson each drove in one run.
Millard North 15, Bryan 1 — Hunter Weyer drove in Preston Wilson for the lone Bryan run. Kottich had the only Bryan hit.
DC Electric 6, Bryan 0 — Jaxon Jelkin, Eby and Brazda combined for the shutout with 11 strikeouts and two hits allowed. Connor Schneider drove in two runs for DC while Lemon, Tyler Vanderwerken and Gage Allen had two hits apiece.
Kottich and Latoza each doubled to make up the two Bryan hits.
DC Electric 14, Millard South 1 — Sullivan delivered a complete-game effort with five strikeouts and four hits allowed to earn the win.
Anderson led the DC offense with a grand slam while finishing with three hits and five RBIs. Kephart drove in two runs on two hits while Cam Madsen, Allen and Lemon each added two hits.
Westside 9, AmeriLawn 1 — Oseka drove in Denne in the first inning for the lone AmeriLawn run. Trenton Brehm tripled for AmeriLawn.
AmeriLawn 11, DJ’s Dugout 10 — AmeriLawn scored six runs in the sixth inning to grab an 11-8 lead and held on for the win.
Oseka had a double and triple while driving in four runs. Schuhamacher added two hits with Jack Bland driving in two runs.
For DJ’s, Steve Spurgeon Jr., drove in three runs with a triple while Sippel added three RBIs. Fritz, Schuyler and Ty Chudomelka each added two hits.
Omaha South 4, DJ’s Dugout 0 — Schuyler and Chudomelka each had two hits for DJ’s, which was limited to six hits in the game.
Gretna 11, Lincoln Southwest 7 — Gretna scored in five of their six innings to notch the win. Blake Grimm went 3 for 4 with a home runs and two RBIs to head the offense.
Bryce Grimm and Speer provided two RBIs apiece with Caden Opfer and Ty Perkins combining for four hits.
Lincoln North Star 1, Gretna 0 — Quinn Mason had the lone hit for Gretna while Blake Grimm and Conrad held North Star to just two hits in the game. Blake Grimm struck out eight.
Gretna 8-7, Waverly 2-3 — Mason had a huge game in Gretna’s game one win, knocking a home run and double to go with five RBIs. Conrad added an RBI double with two runs scored. Zach Wiese earned the win after a complete-game effort, scattering seven hits.
In game two, Mason added another home run to go with a triple and three RBIs. Bryce Grimm and Cooper Idt had two hits apiece while combining for three runs scored. Joe Weis earned the win on the hill.
DiGiorgio’s 22, Millard Sox Gold 0 — Nolan Lewandowski had three hits, four runs scored and four RBIs to lead DiGiorgio’s, which tallied 15 hits. Ryan Pearson drove in three runs while Nate Fiscus, Gio Carnazzo, Jake McGregor and Max Peters added two RBIs apiece.
Pearson pitched all five innings, scattering two hits and striking out two for the win.
Burke 9, DiGiorgio’s 0 — DiGiorgio’s was limited to five hits in the loss.
Burke 14, SOS Heating and Cooling 6 — Holm went 3 for 4 with two runs scored while Harris added three RBIs on two hits. Chronic and Sailors each added two hits.
Elkhorn 9, SOS Heating and Cooling 0 — Josh Kilzer and Justin Remar each singled for the only two SOS hits.