Check out Nebraska's American Legion baseball results for Friday, June 21, as published in The World-Herald.

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CWS Locker Room Tournament

DC Electric Thunderbirds 12, Southwest Shockers (Okla.) 6: Caden Eby had a home run and a double, while Eric Anderson and Caleb Lemon had three hits apiece. Gage Allen earned the win for DC Electric Thunderbirds (Bellevue West).

DC Electric Thunderbirds 3, UBT Pius 2: Tyler Vanderwerken had a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh, and Wells Brazda picked up the win in relief for DC Electric Thunderbirds.

Fargo, N.D. 12, 52s Patriots 9: Matt Guthmiller had five hits and four RBIs for 52s Patriots (Millard South).

52s Patriots 2, Troy, Ohio 1: TJ Urban had two RBIs, and Caden Blair picked up the win for 52s Patriots.

KB Building Services 17, Southwest Shockers Black 1: Johnny Reinert had a double and three RBIs for KB Building Services (Omaha Westside).

KB Building Services 3, Harrisburg, S.D. 1: Michael Finan allowed four hits and one run, while striking out nine over 6⅔ innings for KB Building Services.

Big Fred’s Mustangs 12, Bennington 4: Matt Goetzmann had four hits and scored for runs, while Owen Sutherland had three hits and drove in two. Nathan Vermaas added another two hits and two RBIs for Big Fred’s Mustangs (Millard North).

Big Fred’s Mustangs 10, Regis Jesuit (Colo.) 2: Ben Weber struck out seven in the win, and Zach Johnson had three hits and drove in two runs for Big Fred’s Mustangs.

Battle of Omaha Tournament

C&H Construction 8, Floyd Knobs 0: Alex Wize earned the win with three strikeouts, and Jack Lortz had two hits and three RBIs. Sam Hewitt added two hits and an RBI.


Pinnacle Bank (Lincoln Southwest) 10, Rogers Mounties 5

Woodhouse Storm 6, Troy, Ohio 0

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