Bombers beat Bulls 10-4, head to Medicine Hat after two-day break


Brooks Bulletin

The Brooks Bombers were able to secure a win against the Lethbridge Bulls Sunday evening, winning 10-4.
Bombers pitcher Riley Glenn had a solid day on the mound, pitching 6 innings and getting his first win of the season.
The Bombers played Lethbridge on back to back days with the Bombers losing the first game 14-4 on Saturday night.
The Bombers now have a two day break before they face-off against the Mavericks in Medicine Hat.
Bombers catcher Spencer Rankin helped get the offence flowing Sunday afternoon by hitting his third home-run of the season as well as two RBI’s.
This win in front of the hometown crowd will help with the Bombers confidence as they lost their last three games at home to the Edmonton prospects 14-3 and 9-7, and the Bulls on Saturday night.
The Bombers come back to Elks Field next weekend where they will play a two game series against the 7-2 Okotoks Dawgs.