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WAVERLY— The Pierce Juniors run through the Class B Junior state tournament came to an end on Tuesday, as they fell to Waverly 8-0 in five innings.
PENDER — Pender participated in its second day of coach Ron Williams’ plan to keep eliminating teams after being defeated by Dannebrog-Boelus-Cairo in the opening round of the Class C American Legion Juniors state tournament.
PENDER — Just as Pender coach Ron Williams said after a loss on Saturday, Pender’s Junior American Legion baseball team was in the spirit of eliminating teams.
FREMONT — The Norfolk Post 16 Faith Regional Physicians Services Orthopedics Juniors came out strong, but an upset simply wasn’t in the cards Sunday afternoon. They were knocked out of the Class A Area 6 Tournament by the Gretna 1 Post 307 Juniors 6-3, putting an end to their 2021 season.
The Norfolk Lammers Trailers/Elkhorn Valley Bank Seniors scored eight runs in the first two innings and cruised into the final four of the Class A, Area 6 tournament with a 13-7 victory over Grand Island Home Federal in an elimination game at Veterans Memorial Park on Sunday.
WAVERLY— The Pierce Juniors baseball team kept the ball rolling on Sunday at the Class B Juniors state tournament with an 11-1 win over Blair.
PENDER — Baseball is one of the sports where unbeaten teams don’t remain unbeaten for an entire season.
Pender — Wisner-Pilger/Howells-Dodge left the bases loaded in the third, scored a couple of runs in the fourth, but couldn’t respond from a 6-0 deficit in the second on the way to finding themselves in the consolation bracket of the Class C American Legion Junior State Tournament here at Dav…
FREMONT — The Norfolk Post 16 Faith Regional Physician Services Orthopedics Juniors played at the level they knew they were capable of competing at on Saturday afternoon as they cruised past the South Sioux City Siouxland Bank Post 307 Juniors 11-0 in the loser’s bracket of the Class A Area …
WAVERLY—The Pierce Juniors baseball team got off to a good start at the Class B Junior state tournament on Saturday, as they beat Central City 6-3.
FREMONT — The Norfolk Post 16 Faith Regional Physicians Orthopedics Juniors couldn’t get enough momentum going and lost to the Fremont First State Bank Juniors 6-3 in the first round of the Class A Area A6 baseball tournament on Friday.
Friday night’s first-round matchup in the Class A Area 6 Senior Baseball Tournament featured Norfolk’s Lammers Trailers/Elkhorn Valley Bank Seniors, the No. 5 seed in the tournament, and fourth-seeded Columbus Post 84.
SYRACUSE — Pender's offense couldn't get going until the final inning, and Dannebrog-Cairo-Boelus got just enough offense at key times to decide the Class C American Legion Seniors state baseball championship.
SYRACUSE — Prior to Tuesday's Class C American Legion Seniors state tournament elimination game, Pender coach Clay Haymart expressed concern about Bruning-Davenport/Shickley ace pitcher John Christiansen. What Haymart failed to mention was that Pender's pitcher was more than up to the task.
SYRACUSE — Hartington Post 4 lost a heartbreaker to Bruning-Davenport-Shickley here at Veterans Field after an 18-hour break, 8-7.
SYRACUSE — Mother Nature wiped out the complete final game of the winner’s bracket here at the Class C Nebraska State Senior Legion Tournament here at Veteran’s Field at the Syracuse Athletic Conference Sunday.
SYRACUSE – Twin River looked to be heading to Monday’s third round in the Class C Nebraska State Senior Legion baseball tournament here at Veterans Memorial Field.
SYRACUSE — Valentine held on for dear life in the top of the seventh inning here at Veterans Field to turn back Stromsburg-Osceola-Shelby 6-5 in a consolation game of the Class C Senior Legion baseball tournament Sunday.
SYRACUSE – Pender used a three-run first inning to turn away Twin River here at Veterans Field in Syracuse in the opening round of the Class C Senior Nebraska American Legion baseball tournament by a 5-2 final.
SYRACUSE — Hartington Post 4 jumped on Stromsburg-Osceola-Shelby here at Veterans Field to advance to the second round of the Class C Nebraska Senior American Legion baseball tournament with a 7-2 win.
SYRACUSE — The Valentine Post 90 Senior Legion baseball team was playing in a state tournament for the first time in the history of the program.
WISNER — Pender has been there. Done that. Hooper-Scribner is a team on the rise.
HARTINGTON — It was fitting that the Class C, Area 1 American Legion Seniors baseball tournament would come down to the last at-bat.
O'NEILL — The first time that Justin Erb had a pinch-hit, game-tying swing in the sixth inning Monday, his Wakefield Post 81 team couldn't take advantage, leading to a 7-6 loss to Columbus Lakeview.
VALENTINE — Valentine Post 90 punched its first ticket ever to the Nebraska Senior Legion State Tournament here at Valentine Legion Field over Bridgeport 9-5.
SOUTH SIOUX CITY — The heat was nearly unbearable here in the opening round of the Class A, Area 6 American Legion Junior baseball tournament on Friday, July 19.
COLUMBUS — The Norfolk Nucor Steel Seniors baseball team will have its back to the wall after losing 7-1 to top-seeded Fremont First State Bank at Pawnee Park here on Friday afternoon.
SCRIBNER — The Tekamah-Herman Post 15 juniors turned back Hooper-Scribner here Tuesday with an 11-3 win in a C-2 Area Legion finals to qualify for the state tournament.
VALLEY — Omaha Roncalli wrecked any chance Wayne had at defending its Class B American Legion Juniors state baseball championship.
PIERCE — After getting just one hit through three innings, the Pierce Juniors' bats heated up in the fourth and fifth en route to a 7-1 victory over Crofton in the championship game of the C1 district at the Pierce baseball facility.
ALBION – Pender had defending champion David City right where it wanted when it had chances to take the lead in the fifth and sixth innings.
ALBION -- Pender advanced to the Class C Seniors baseball championship game, but not without some drama.
ALBION — Another day, another rally for Pender.
ALBION — A night after a dramatic rally resulted in a come-from-behind win, Pender just about made its magic again.
ALBION — With thunder rumbling in the distance and rain approaching, Dannebrog-Cairo-Boelus made its own noise against Creighton early in their Class C Seniors elimination game Monday.
WAYNE — After their Juniors team claimed its first state title in more than 50 years a week earlier, the Wayne American Legion Post 43 Seniors were hoping to match that finish on its home turf.
ALBION — Down by three runs. Down to its last out. But Pender wasn't out of it.
ALBION — A different year, the same result.
ALBION — The hosts had a short stay at the Class C American Legion Seniors state tournament.
The Norfolk Elkhorn Valley Bank Juniors couldn't quite take advantage of its chances. Grand Island Five Points Bank was more than happy to do so.
COLUMBUS — You could say it's been a good week for Adam Hoffman, the Wayne American Legion Post 43 Juniors coach.
BATTLE CREEK – Before the question even could be finished, Pender co-coach Waylon Carlson had the answer.
COLUMBUS — Brooks Kneifl — who pitched the Wayne Ponies to the Tri County Baseball League title two weeks ago — showed he was ready for some older competition.
BATTLE CREEK – For the third-straight day, Pender staved off elimination in the Class C American Legion Juniors state tournament with a complete-game pitching performance at Battle Creek City Park.
COLUMBUS — The Wayne American Legion Post 43 Juniors team gathered around as assistant coach Robbie Gamble called head coach Adam Hoffman and put him on the speaker phone.
BATTLE CREEK — It finally looked like the hosts had seized the momentum Monday in a Class C American Legion Juniors elimination game at Battle Creek City Park.
BATTLE CREEK — Pender’s patience at the plate paid off Monday in the form of a 10-1 victory to eliminate Imperial and stay alive at the Class C American Legion Juniors state tournament at Battle Creek City Park.
COLUMBUS — During their first 10 innings of the Class B American Legion state tournament here, it would appear the only thing that can cool off the Wayne Juniors' bats is Mother Nature.
BATTLE CREEK — Possible elimination is what faces two Northeast Nebraska baseball teams after second-round action Sunday at the American Legion’s Class C Junior state tournament here.