With the game tied at 6-6 and Alex Breazile at third, Tyler Levy nailed a single to center field and the Nebraska City seniors won 7-6 on July 4, at Nebraska City.

The Nebraska City Post 8 seniors found themselves down 6-0 heading into the bottom of the fourth inning.  Alex Breazile got things going when he hit a double followed by an RBI single by Ethan Seyler to get NC on the board.  Tyler Levy stepped to the plate and poked a single to score Seyler.  Clay Stovall stepped to the plate and hit a single that scored Levy and NC cut the lead in half.

In the bottom half of the fifth, Trent Fahey crushed a HR to left field and NC continued to gain momentum.

Tyler Levy led off with a walk in the sixth and was knocked in by a Dylan Knoell RBI double.  Fahey drove a pitch to left field and Knoell scored to tie the game at 6-6.

Breazile led off the seventh inning with a single, and with two outs, Tyler Levy drove in the run for the walk-off win.

Alex Breazile was 3-for-4 with two singles, double, and two runs scored.

Hitting: Fahey, double, HR; Knoell, single, double; Stovall, two singles; Tyler Levy, two singles; Garrett Bassinger, double; Seyler and Jace Becker, each with singles.

RBI: Fahey and Tyler Levy, two each; Seyler, Knoell, and Stovall, each with one.

Runs scored: Tyler Levy, two; Knoell, Seyler, and Fahey, each with one.

Nebraska City are now 13-10 on the year.

Knoell and Becker combined for the pitching totals.  Knoell started and surrendered six runs (four earned) on six hits, while striking out two, in 3.2 innings.  Becker got the win by allowing no runs on one hit, striking out two, in 3.1 innings.

Box score: NC-7 runs-14 hits- four errors

                Auburn-6 runs-7 hits-2 errors

The Nebraska City seniors will be at home to face Falls City on July 17, beginning at 6 p.m.