Dubois County Bombers vs. Muhlenberg

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    Billy Joe Miller of Huntingburg checked on the Bombers' mascot Casey, portrayed by Kru Allen of Holland, after he fell during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers' mascot Casey, portrayed by Kru Allen of Holland, commandeered a cone from a game to use as an amplifier in hopes of rallying the crowd during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers' Evan Aders of Jasper batted during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Kenley Frick of Ferdinand, 9, doubled up on pink and black eye black during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers' Payton Mattingly of Holland fielded a ball and threw it to a teammate during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Aiden White of Paoli, 9, watched the game with his mitt at the ready to catch any foul balls that come his way during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers' Reece Kleinhelter of Jasper watched the game during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Kaden Thyen of Duff, 13, pointed out where the American flag was missing after a wind storm to his friends, from left, Cam Allen and Cole Wirthwein, both 13 and of Huntingburg, and his twin brother, Kyan, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Parker Werne of Ferdinand, 6, practiced batting before participating in the water balloon game with his triplet brother Max during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Rockford Peach Haley Barnett of Huntingburg watched the game during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Max Werne of Ferdinand, 6, hit a water ballon with a bat as he played a game between innings with his triplet brother Parker during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Zayden Frick of Ferdinand, 5, hugged his mother, Brooke, after dancing while sitting on her lap during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers' Reece Kleinhelter pitched during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers' mascot Casey, portrayed by Kru Allen of Holland, right, played rock-paper-scissors against Gus Hagedorn of Ferdinand, 12, as his friends Carter Fleck, left, and Joel Bueltel, both 12 and of Ferdinand, watched during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Gus defeated Casey. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Laney Davis of Santa Claus, 7, mischievously offered her sister Everley, 4, a bite of her Airheads candy and then backed away during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. The sisters were attending their first Bombers game. "If I had a million arms, I would give it a million thumbs up," Laney said of her experience at the game. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers' Evan Kahre ran to third base during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Bryson Frick of Ferdinand, 11, joked around with the smile given to him and his brother Zayden, 5, right, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Bombers played the Muhlenberg County Stallions before a crowd of around 300 people during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Monday evening. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald