Hoptown jumps on BombersJune 8, 2013
From Herald Staff Reports
The Hoptown Hoppers invaded League Stadium on Friday night and hung a 13-4 loss on the Dubois County Bombers, breaking up their undefeated start after four wins to open the season.
Hoptown darted to a 7-2 lead in the fourth inning to chase Bombers starter Spencer Sapp from the game; Sapp allowed six hits while walking two and fanning two in 32â„3 innings of work.
Bo Ausmus, Garret Gordan and Andre Davis all delivered two hits for the Bombers, with Ausmus driving home two runs on a third-inning single.
The Bombers (4-1) will visit Madisonville tonight at 8 before returning to Huntingburg to host the same team Sunday at 6 p.m.
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