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Baseball / Softball

The Archbishop Bergan baseball team hosted Norfolk last night at Novak Field.  The Knights sent nine batters to the plate, scoring five runs in the third inning, on their way to a 6-1 victory.  Dillon Dix earned the win, pitching six innings, striking out four, while giving up just three hits.  Austin Callahan was 2-4; Mitchell Glause went 2-3.  Brody Sintek was 2-3 with a 2-rbi double and Jackson Gilfry was 2-3.  Bergan is now 12-4 and has won six straight.  Norfolk is 9-12.  Bergan is scheduled to host Lincoln Pius X, at 5:00 today at Novak Field in the final game of regular season play.

The Midland Warrior softball team split a doubleheader with Northwestern College, yesterday at Christensen Field.  The Warriors won game one 6-2, and lost game two, 9-0.  With the win, Midland claimed the outright GPAC regular season title, and earning the #1 seed in the GPAC Post-Season Tournament, plus an automatic berth in the NAIA National Softball Tournament.  The Warriors will begin the GPAC Tournament, Thursday, at home, hosting Dordt College at 2pm, at Christensen Field.


In the A-7 Girls Soccer District Tournament, last night, at Bellevue West, Papillion LaVista South defeated Fremont, 11-1.  The Tigers season ends at 3-10.


The Omaha men’s golf team shot its lowest team score of the week to secure sixth place at the Summit League Championship on Monday. The Mavericks carded rounds of 301 and 293 on the final day of play at Sand Creek Station Golf Club to finish with a 54-hole score of 898.  Denver took home the championship with a score of 874.  South Dakota and South Dakota State tied for second at 889.  The tournament was shortened to two days due to the forecast of inclement weather on Tuesday.  The teams played 36 holes on Monday.


Omaha vs Nashville: Nashville’s second baseman Nolan Fontana accumulated three hits, including a home run, and scored the go-ahead run in the eighth, while Storm Chasers catcher Andrew Susac tallied three knocks and third baseman Humberto Arteaga drove in two runs as the Sounds topped Omaha 5-4 on Monday evening at First Tennessee Park.