A little bit of rain did not slow down the Dodge City A's on Tuesday as they demolished the Great Bend Batcats 13-1.

The A's are now 5-2 on the season. 

Dodge City Starter Adam Thies went seven innings and gave up just one run. 

Great Bend starter Austin Pritchard struggled mightily, giving up 13 runs in five innings.

Dodge City exploded out of the first inning starting off with two straight hits that scored lead-off man and shortstop Bennett Hostetler. Three straight walks from Pritchard immediately after loaded the bases and walked-in second baseman Dakota Connors stretching the lead to 2-0. 

Left fielder Austin Feist followed all of that up with a grand slam, the last of the A's first inning scoring assault, pushing the lead to 6-0. 

A sac-fly by Feist in the third scored a run that turned into another run thanks to an error by Pritchard. 

Batcat Corrigan Bartlett hit a solo homer in the top of the fourth, Great Bend's only run of the game. 

The A's threw another crooked number on the scoreboard in the bottom of the fifth as Feist scored his second run, taking advantage of a wild pitch. Right fielder Ty Denzer doubled in designated hitter Jake Malec and Connors scored Denzer on a sac-fly, stretching the A's lead to 11-1. 

Wyatt Champlain continued to pile-on driving in Hostetler with a single.

The A's will head to Great Bend today before heading home to finish up the series on Thursday.