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Bombers Pick Up 21st Win of the Season

Huntingburg (NNDC) – A wild night of baseball in Henderson as the Bombers hold on to a 13-12 victory.    The Flash fought back after falling down by eight runs to the Bombers in the seventh inning.   Dubois County led 8-2 after four innings and 13-5 heading into the bottom of the seventh inning.    Henderson started their comeback attempt in the bottom of the seventh as they plated 3 runs allowing them to get within five with two innings to go.    The Bombers held the Flash scoreless in the eighth but Henderson lit up the Bombers in the bottom of the ninth as the Flash had four players cross home plate, leaving them one run short of the comeback.    The win is Dubois County’s third in a row and 21st of the season.

Evan Hall picked up the win for Dubois County.  He allowed eight hits and five runs over five innings while striking out six.   Both teams combined for 25 hits in the game with Dubois County having 12 of those 25.   John McDonald,  Chase Andrews and Nick Gonzalez had multiple hits for the Bombers.

Dubois County returns home on Tuesday for a one game homestand before hitting the road for the remainder of the week.   Tonight’s opponent is the Fulton Railroaders with the first pitch set for 7pm.

Bombers Split Twin Bill at Home

Huntingburg (NNDC) – The Dubois County Bombers split another double-header on Friday night at League Stadium with the Muhlenberg County Stallions.  The Bombers jumped out to an early 7-0 lead after just three innings and never looked back.   The Stallions got on the board with a three spot in the seventh inning but it was not enough as Dubois County went on to a 10-3 win.   Game one was a continuation of a game previously started at Muhlenberg County but postponed due to rain.

Dubois County had a big third inning as they plated 5 runs with RBI’s by Tobe Whitten, Ben Wilcoxson, Evan Kahre and Nick Gonzales.   The Bombers had 14 hits in the game.   Gavin Napier, Tobe Whitten, Nick Gonzales and Jake Lewis all collected multiple hits for Dubois County.   Napier went 3 for 5 at the plate to lead the Bombers.

Colton Easterwood was credited with the victory for Dubois County.   He went 6 2/3 innings, allowing three runs on six hits and striking out four.  Jaxson Blair threw 2 1/3 innings in relief out of the bullpen.

In game two, it was Muhlenberg County who jumped out early taking a 3-0 lead after three innings.   Pitching was strong for both teams as each struck out six in the low scoring game.    The Stallions tallied six hits in the game and committed no errors while Dubois County had four hits and two errors.   Those four hits for Dubois County came as Evan Kahre, Cooper Trinkle, John McDonald and Tanner Craig each collected one hit.

Luke Fitton was credited for the loss.   He lasted three innings, allowing four hits and three runs while striking out two.

Dubois County is now 18-13 on the season and will return to action tonight as the Bombers start a three game road trip.   Saturdays game is at Brooks Stadium, home of the Paducah Chiefs.   First pitch is set for 7:30pm Eastern.   The Bombers return home on Tuesday night to face Fulton at 7pm Eastern.

 

Bombers Improve to 10 – 9 on the Season

Huntingburg (NNDC) – The Dubois County Bombers improved their record to 10 – 9 on the season with an 8 run victory over the Fulton Railroaders on Sunday.   The Bombers scored early and often after taking a 1-0 lead in the first inning before Fulton knotted the game up in the bottom half of the inning.   Dubois County added three more runs in the 2nd and five more in the 3rd inning and never looked back.    After a four spot in the 4th, Fulton would not score again in the game which saw the Bombers win by the score of 14-6.

Dubois County had 13 hits in the game and committed 5 errors.   Evan Sankey picked up the win for the Bombers.   In 4 innings, Sankey did not allow a hit or run and struck out 6 while walking 1.

The Bombers return to action on Tuesday night as they face Madisonville at League Stadium.  First pitch is set for 7pm and its Youth League and Non-Profit Appreciation night.   As part of Youth League night, baseball and softball teams who wear their jerseys get into the game for FREE.   Dubois County will also be honoring local Nonprofit Organizations with the Dubois County Community Foundation.

 

 

Dubois County Bombers Steam Roll over Railroaders

Huntingburg (NNDC):  The Dubois County Bombers collect 18 hits on Wednesday night to steam roll over the Fulton Railroaders with a 13-5 victory.   The win is 3 straight for the Bombers which brings their record up to 8-8.   Dubois County took an early lead plating 2 in the top of the first, but Fulton responded in the bottom half and took the lead by scoring three which included a two run shot by Sam Stohr.   The lead was short lived for the Railroaders as Dubois County plated 3 in the 3rd inning behind a pair of homeruns by Josh McDonald and Gavin Napier. The Bombers added 4 more runs in the 4th and never looked back.

Jack Anderson picked up the win for Dubois County.   Anderson allowed five runs on eleven hits, striking out nine and walking one.   The Bombers return home to League Stadium tonight (Thursday) and host the Madisonville Miners.  First pitch is set for 7pm Eastern.