There’s no stopping the Fort Osage baseball team in Suburban Middle Seven Conference play.

There’s no stopping the Fort Osage baseball team in Suburban Middle Seven Conference play.

Luke Crabb pitched a two-hitter and struck out seven to lead the Indians to a 12-1 victory over host Raytown Monday.

“Luke had a great game,” Fort Osage coach Chris Walker said. “He had total command of all of his pitches.”

Fort Osage (10-4, 8-0 conference) scored eight runs in the second inning to drop the Blue Jays to 5-12 and 2-5.

Hayden Baumgartner, who went 3-for-4 with four RBIs, and Chad Sutton each homered to power the Indians.

“Hayden’s and Chad’s homers were huge,” Walker said. “Derek Pike and Ryan Toliver had good at-bats. It was a good conference win.”

Pike and Toliver each finished with two hits.

BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 8, LIBERTY 2: The Jaguars remained in the Suburban Big Six title chase by defeating the Blue Jays Monday at Liberty.

Caleb Humphreys scattered eight hits for the complete-game victory. Austin Simms singled and doubled with two RBIs and Reece Eddins doubled with three RBIs to spark the attack.

“It was a real good win on the road,” Jaguars coach Ben Baier said. “I was real proud of Humphreys’ effort. He wanted the ball and went out and gave us a great outing.”

The Jaguars improved to 9-3 overall and 4-1 in the Big Six. Blue Springs leads the conference at 6-1.

OAK PARK 7, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: Host William Chrisman was no match for Jon Riley.

He pitched a one-hitter and struck out 11 to lead the Northmen to the Suburban Middle Seven victory over the Bears Monday at Crysler Stadium.

“He did a great job,” Chrisman coach J.R. Wells said of Riley. “He got ahead of all of the hitters.”

David Mooney took the loss for Chrisman (4-10, 2-4).

TRUMAN 9, LEE’S SUMMIT 4: Host Truman made it three consecutive victories.

Tom Ruddy scattered six hits in five innings for the win. Lane Titus and Connor Polacek each singled twice and Ruddy and J.T. Hayes each singled and doubled.

Truman (6-6) scored five runs in the fourth inning to clinch the win.

“For three games in a row we have played solid baseball,” Truman coach John Eglich said. "Hopefully, we can keep it going.”

VAN HORN 20, ST. MARY’S 7: Van Horn exploded for 17 runs in the second inning to defeat St. Mary’s in a first-round elimination game in the Crossroads Conference Tournament Monday. The game was the completion of the game stopped by rain after two innings Friday at the Independence Athletic Complex. Hayden House was the losing pitcher.

PLEASANT HILL 14, GRAIN VALLEY 5: The Eagles couldn’t contain the Pleasant Hill offense in a Missouri River Valley Conference West defeat at Grain Valley High School.

Pleasant Hill plated seven runs in the first three innings and added eight more over the final three to drop Grain Valley to 8-10 and 4-3.

OAK GROVE 7, PLATTE COUNTY 4: Oak Grove (13-6) scored seven runs in the bottom of the first inning to set up Monday’s home victory.

“Our guys executed well early on,” Oak Grove coach Kirk Sears said. “Our guys are playing well right now and things are starting to come together as we near the end of the regular season and start to get prepared for a tough district run.”

Cole Doherty powered the Panthers with a single, double and two RBIs. Jonathan Latshaw also had two RBIs. Seann Baker tripled.