The Blue Springs Rod’s Sports A’s are unbeatable.

The Blue Springs Rod’s Sports A’s are unbeatable.

At least after seven games, including five in claiming the championship of the Memorial Day American Legion Tournament at the Independence Athletic Complex.

The A’s edged the Lee’s Summit Post 189 Bulldogs 3-2 Monday night to claim the title.

James McKinley singled in David Stober with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning as the A’s advanced to the finals by defeating Blue Springs Post 499/Fike 2-1 in eighth innings on Sunday.

Corbin Hare was the winning pitcher with the loss going to C.J. Egelston as Fike went 2-2 in the tournament.

The A’s defeated the Lee’s Summit Hawthorn Bank Outlaws 10-1, Oak Grove Post 379 5-4 and Sedalia Post 642 5-4 in earlier games.

OAK GROVE POST 379 8, BLUE SPRINGS POST 499/FIKE 4: Lucas Williams earned the win and Logan Taylor took the loss. Zach Morgan singled and doubled for the winners.

BLUE SPRINGS POST 499/FIKE 10, SEDALIA POST 642: Cody Cloughley pitched a two-hItter and struck out seven and James Ginter and Dylan Farrell each doubled to lead Fike.

BLUE SPRINGS POST 499/FIKE 12, LEE’S SUMMIT HAWTHORN BANK OUTLAWS 2: Dylan Farrell was the winning pitcher and doubled and tripled and C.J. Egelston tripled to spark Fike. Dallas Woods suffered the loss.

ROBERT L. CLORE POST 189 BULLDOGS 6, INDEPENDENCE POST 21 5: Two late runs gave the Bulldogs and Jesse Watkins the victory. Tommy Harris suffered the loss. David Franklin doubled for Post 21.

INDEPENDENCE POST 21 3, ST. JOSEPH POST 21 2: Austin Tate allowed only two hits and struck out eight and Josh Felz tripled and David Franklin hit the game-winning two-run double to lift Post 21.

INDEPENDENCE POST 21 7, LEE’S SUMMIT POST 189 PIRATES 6: Tyler Bodenstab singled in Ross Paschall with the wining run in the bottom of the ninth as Post 21 overcame a 6-0 deficit. Andrew Billingsley pitched the final two innings for the win after Stuart Lauber pitched four scoreless innings. Nick Adrelas doubled twice for Post 21 (3-1).

“It was a good tournament for us,” Post 21 manager Tom Bush said. “We were competitive and got to see what the kids were capable of doing.”

The Bulldogs went 4-1, the Pirates and Oak Grove each 2-2, St. Joseph Post 11, the Outlaws and Sedalia Post 642 1-3 each and the Bears 0-4.