Bombers vs. Hoptown Hoppers

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    Ryan Dills, Tyler Nichols, Dane Giesler, Lucas Barnett, Ty Broady and Sam Griggs joked during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. They were playing doing something humiliating. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Brian Wichman pitched during the game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium on Wednesday. The Bombers won 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    The Peaches Nora Hope of Huntingburg applied a pink mustache to Nash Weyer of Birdseye, 6, during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium on Wednesday. The Bombers won 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Gina Jochem of Ferdinand disagreed with the referee during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. Jochem and her husband, Robert, are a host family to Bombers player Johnathan Williams of Bowling Green, Ky. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Chase Scott was hit by a pitch during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. The Bombers won 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Scorekeepers Darren Howard of Jasper and Steve Blessinger of Huntingburg danced to "Cotton-Eye Joe" while the Peaches performed at the top of the fifth inning during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Kaleb King of St. Louis caught a hit while playing right field during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. The Bombers won 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Leigha Nord of St. Anthony, 5, Caydan Leisman of Schnellville, 7, and Nord's brother, Aiden, 7, watched the Dubois County Bombers game at League Stadium on Wednesday. Brandy Nord, mother to the siblings, has a cousin, Mark Giesler of Jasper, on the team. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Baseball artifacts sat in the sand at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. The Dubois County Bombers beat the Hoptown Hoppers 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Children ran the bases after the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. The Bombers won 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Teammates congratulated Ty Broady after he scored a triple and then made it home, securing the team's win at the end of the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. The Bombers won 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Aaron Pearcy signed a ball for a fan during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Christian Vain, left, Brian Wichman, Aaron Pearcy and Dru Sebastian cheered on their teammates during the Dubois County Bombers game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Wednesday. The Bombers won 11-9. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald