The Bears took control of the game with a big five-run second as the visitors committed four errors in the frame. Francis Rapp capped off the inning with a two-out RBI single.
Adam Schwartz and Patrick McGreevy singles in the third helped push across two runs, and Nicholas LoPrinzi’s two-run blast in the fourth gave the Bears a 9-1 lead.
Luebcke, an Astoria native and Monsignor McClancy product, knocked his second double of the game in the sixth, breaking the single-season hits record and tying the single-season doubles record, and Nick LoPrinzi knocked a two-out single to put SJC over the 10-run threshold.
Luebcke finished off the run-rule victory with a perfect seventh, improving to 6-1 with his fifth complete game of the season.
Having clinched their first Skyline Championship appearance as the sixth seed, the Bears were scheduled to head to Throggs Neck to face three-seed Maritime College on Wednesday, May 4, for a first-round, single elimination game.When the teams met in the regular season at Maritime, the squads split the doubleheader with the Bears taking game one, 8-7, before the Privateers salvaged the split, 5-4, in the nightcap.The winner will advance to meet second-seeded Old Westbury in the double-elimination semifinal/final rounds at Farmingdale State from May 6-8.