Jordan Rice was too much for the Fort Osage baseball team.

Jordan Rice was too much for the Fort Osage baseball team.

He hit for the cycle with a single, double, triple and home run and drove in six runs in leading host Lee’s Summit North to a wild 12-10 victory Wednesday.

North (7-10) took a 9-4 lead after two innings and held on for the victory. Dalton Woods earned the decision.

Drew Standifer singled twice and doubled and Austin Atterbury singled and doubled with three RBIs in powering the Indians (8-11).

BLUE SPRINGS 7, LEE’S SUMMIT 3: Four runs in the second inning and three in the fourth carried visiting Blue Springs to the Suburban Big Six victory.

After being touched for two runs in the first inning, Jay Corwin settled down for a complete game win. He spaced nine hits, struck out two and walked none.

“It was a great job by Jay pitching,” Blue Springs coach Marc Hines said. “He settled down after the first inning and was in control the rest of the way. And we got timely hitting.”

David Stober and Nick Dorman each singled twice, Kyle Reed singled and doubled with two RBIs, Matt Morrison singled and tripled and Corbin Hare doubled with two RBIs as Blue Springs improved to 10-6 and 4-2. Lee’s Summit is 7-10 and 2-5.

RAYMORE-PECULIAR 11, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 6: Three three-run innings ignited visiting Raymore-Peculiar to the Suburban Big Six victory.

“We didn’t pitch very well, gave them way too many extra outs and did not get any timely hitting,” South coach Ben Baier said. “When you do those things against a good team you’re not going to win.”

South (12-4, 3-3) had only five hits and failed to take advantage of eight walks and a hit batsman.

NORTH KANSAS CITY 8, TRUMAN 4: Visiting North Kansas City scored five runs in the fourth inning and three in the seventh in pinning a Suburban Middle Six loss on Truman.

“When we don’t pitch and play defense at a high level we have a hard time winning,” Truman coach John Eglich said.

J.T. Hayes was the losing pitcher and singled twice as Truman fell to 11-6 and 2-5. NKC is 7-8 and 4-3.

BELTON 5, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: Freshman Gannon Ogle pitched well. But the lack of offense and defense cost him and visiting Chrisman in the Suburban Middle Seven game.

Chrisman (0-15, 0-9) was held to two hits by Daniel Buckley and had four errors.

“Gannon pitched well and kept us in the game,” Chrisman coach J.R. Wells said. “But we made the errors behind him and didn’t give him any runs. It was a tough loss for him.”

RAYTOWN SOUTH 11, PARK HILL SOUTH 3: Bralin Jackson singled, tripled and doubled twice with two RBIs and Justin Chigbogu hit his eighth homer of the season to lead Raytown South to the Suburban Middle Seven victory.

“It was the best game we’ve played all year and we are starting to come around at a good time,” Raytown South coach Steve Peck said.

Delvin Rouser singled twice and Sheldun Norwood and winning pitcher Stephan Green each singled twice as the Cardinals totaled 15 hits.

A six-run third inning snapped a 3-3 tie and lifted South (7-5, 4-5) to the victory.