The A's made Thursday's 13-8 comeback versus Great Bend seem pretty easy. That's what happens when you hit four home runs, with three of them bringing in multiple runs.
With the series win over the Batcats in the books, Dodge City's season record moves to 6-3 on the season.
Designated hitter Jacob Garcia started the A's off with a ground out to score left fielder Austin Feist. Short stop Bennett Hostetler singled two batter later, bringing home right fielder Kaimana Souza to take an early 2-0 lead.
Great Bend responded with a run in the top fourth before busting it open with a six-run fifth inning which chased starter Jacob Call from the game.
The A's didn't lie down though, as they put up three runs of their own to cut Great Bend's lead to two thanks to a three-run homer from first baseman Josh Crosby.
A solo-homerun from Feist cut the Great Bend lead to one in the bottom of the seventh and another solo-homer two batters later by catcher Logan Brown tied it all up at seven.
After shutting the Batcats down in the top of the 8th, the A's had their own six-run inning.
Crosby hit his second home run of the game, this time a two-run homer, before Feist singled home a run pushing the lead to 10-7.
Brown singled to score Feist and second baseman Dakota Conners singled in Souza and Brown, completing the six-run inning and taking a 13-7 lead.
Great Bend had a solo homer in the top of the ninth but that would be all as the A's completed the comeback.
Dodge City hits the road to start a six-game road trip starting in Derby tonight at 7 p.m.