Gems crush BombersAugust 3, 2012
From Herald Staff Reports
The Dubois County Bombers’ four-game winning streak didn’t just end Thursday night. It crashed on impact.
Dubois County allowed its most runs in more than four years, losing 19-1 to the Gems at Quincy Stadium.
It was the most runs the Bombers yielded since an 18-6 loss to Quincy on July 25, 2008.
Dubois County (33-23, 13-14 second half) scored in the third inning, as Zach Long and Austin Nyman each finished with two hits for the Bombers. Quincy (32-24, 14-12) scored in every inning but two, including five runs in the second and eight in the fourth.
The teams play again tonight at Quincy, starting at 7:35 EDT.
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