Dubois County Bombers vs. Henderson

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    Rhett Derksen of Waupun, Wis., 7, dove to catch the ball while playing catch with his brother, Landon, 9, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The brothers said they often play catch when they attend baseball games. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Tanner Craig scratched his face during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Ella Hagedorn of Ferdinand, 9, from left, Kinley Hawkins of Ferdinand, 8, Izyk Wilson of Mayfield, Ky., 6, and Quinn Thompson of Westfield, 8, waited to play musical chairs after the fourth inning of the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Ryan Scherer of Jasper pointed toward the American flag during the national anthem as his nephew, Izyk Wilson of Mayfield, Ky., 6, and his son, Levi, 5, put their hands across their heart during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The game was Izyk's first and he was staying in Jasper with the Scherers for the weekend. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Quinn Thompson of Westfield, 8, from left, Ella Hagedorn of Ferdinand, 9, Izyk Wilson of Mayfield, Ky., 6, and Kinley Hawkins of Ferdinand, 8, played musical chairs after the fourth inning of the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. Wilson was the winner of the musical chairs. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Nikki Stillwell of Louisville shared a moment with her daughter Amelia, 5, as her daughter Eleanor, 2, ate popcorn during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The family was staying in Patoka with their relatives. The game was Eleanor's first Bombers game. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Rockford Peach Lauren Meyer of Huntingburg danced with Kinley Hawkins of Ferdinand, 8, left, and Ella Hagedorn of Ferdinand, 9, second from left, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Kru Allen of Holland, portraying the Bombers' mascot Casey, was splashed by a water balloon thrown by Ty Gelarden of Tell City, 7, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Aidan Grace of Henderson, Ky., 13, had his bucket hat flipped by Kru Allen of Holland, portraying the Bombers' mascot Casey, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. Grace was visiting town because his family hosts two players from the Henderson Flash. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Mary Uebelhor of Huntingburg pressed her face against Ryker Knepp of Indianapolis, 2, as he clapped along to a song during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Kru Allen of Holland, portraying the Bombers' mascot Casey, sprayed Rhett Derksen of Waupun, Wis., 7, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. Derksen's brother, Drew Behling, plays for the Henderson Flash. "I've been sprayed a lot of times," Derksen said. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Sam Mudd pitched during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Kru Allen of Holland, portraying the Bombers' mascot Casey, had water poured on him by Rockford Peach Sabrina Becher of Ferdinand and Ty Gelarden of Tell City, 7, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Tom Boeglin of Ferdinand, 85, looked at the ball he pitched during the celebrity pitch and that he had signed by friends and family during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. Boeglin's son, Tom, was a part owner of the Dubois County Bombers and passed away two years ago. Boeglin's five remaining children and his daughter-in-law, Cindy Reichard, surprised him for his 85th birthday when they dedicated the game to Boeglin. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Kids ran the bases after the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Thursday. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Nolan Ramsey of Huntsville, Ala., waved farewell to a teammate as he was leaving League Stadium with his girlfriend, Sydney Pfankuch of O'Fallon, Ill., after the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Henderson Flash in Huntingburg on Thursday. Pfankuch drove four and a half hours from Huntsville, Ala., to visit Ramsey for the second time this summer. The couple met while attending The University of Alabama - Huntsville together. The Bombers won, 6-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald