The Class A No. 10 Lincoln Southeast baseball team continued its hot streak at the plate Saturday, cranking out 13 hits in a 13-3 win against Papillion-La Vista in the Bellevue Invitational championship game.
The Knights scored 13 runs in a semifinal win against No. 2 Bellevue West on Friday.
Five Knights had two hits each Saturday, including Connor Wilken and Mason Masur, who had two RBIs apiece.
Southeast scored four runs in the second inning and broke the game open with five in the fourth.
Don Kraft Invitational: Keegan Brink finished 4-for-4 with six RBIs, including two triples and a solo home run, as the Class A No. 4 Spartans finished third with a 12-1 win against No. 7 Papillion-La Vista South.
Ryan Clementi struck out eight in four innings.
No. 3 Millard West finished in seventh place with a 12-2 win against Lincoln Northeast. Tristan Brandt singled and later scored for Lincoln Northeast.
Lincoln High Invitational: Norris pitcher Landon Meyer allowed just one hit in five innings and struck out seven as Norris shut out Beatrice 10-0 in the championship game.
Nebraska recruit CJ Hood went 2-for-3 at the plate for Norris, driving in a run. Jagger Amend had three RBIs for Norris, too, on a 2-for-4 day at the plate.
Earlier in the day, Hood had a grand slam to lead Norris past Lincoln High 13-3. The Links later lost to Central City/Fullerton/Centura 15-0 in the third-place game.
Papillion-La Vista Invitational: Lincoln Pius X took home the team title, finishing with 70 points. Clare Plachy won the No. 1 singles tournament and Cece Ulrich won the No. 2 for the Thunderbolts. Stacie Thompson and Domi Pace teamed up to take first in the No. 2 doubles, as well. Lincoln East finished third led by the duo of Elly Johnsen and Kristina Le winning the No. 1 doubles. Lincoln North Star finished 10th and Lincoln Northeast 12th.
Hastings St. Cecilia Invitational: Lincoln Christian finished third with 32 points. Molly Looper took a first-place finish at No. 2 singles, while Alyssa Gove finished second for the Crusaders at No. 1 singles. Sarah Cunningham and Reese Looper teamed up for a third-place finish for Lincoln Christian at No. 2 doubles.