The Southeast Community College baseball team swept their final home regular season series of the year last weekend.
The Storm beat MCC-Longview four times on Saturday and Sunday at Christensen Field in Beatrice.
In the first game, they won 2-0. They scored a long run in the third inning and another run in the fourth inning, which was enough for SCC's pitching.
Trey Kissack pitched five innings, giving up no runs on four hits while striking out nine and walking one. Gavin Gragg pitched the sixth inning and BJ Sparks picked up the save.
One of SCC's runs came on a solo home run by Ben Palensky. Chris Cornish had a double and a run while Wyatt Meyer, Nathan Scchrum, Nolan Meyer and Masen Prososki had a single each.
In the second game on Saturday, SCC won 6-5 in eight innings.
Grant Van Scoy had a home run and two RBI's in the game while Nolan Meyer, Ross Lowe and Masen Prososki had an RBI each. Nate Lorenzen pitched 4.1 innings, giving up five runs (three earned) on four hits while striking out five and walking one.
Ruben Ramirez pitched 2.2 hitless innings, striking out four and walking one while Jonny Reyes picked up the win, pitching the eighth inning.
In Sunday's opener, SCC won 7-5. MCC-Longview led the whole game until SCC picked up four runs in the bottom of the seventh for the win.
Ben Palensky had a home run and four RBI's while Ryan Cornell had two RBI's and Grant Van Scoy had one RBI.
Kayleb Sanderson pitched the first five innings, giving up four runs (two earned) on six hits while striking out four and walking two. Trevor Jurjevich picked up the win, pitching two innings and giving up one run on four hits while striking out one.
In the series finale, the Storm won 4-2. All four of their runs came in the second inning. Ryan Cornell had two RBI's while Van Scoy and Prososki had an RBI each. Ben Palensky had a double in the game.
Joseph Vargas got the win, pitching four innings and giving up two earned runs on four hits while striking out two and walking three. Matt Perry pitched two scoreless innings and Zach Pinkerton picked up the save.
SCC baseball is now 34-17 on the season. They open up postseason play on Friday when they play at Bismarck State.