The last time the A's were in Great Bend, they were shut-out. Tuesday night, Dodge City's bats told a different story as they beat the Batcats 4-1.
The win marks the seventh in a row for the A's whose season record is 13-6 after the win.
Starter Adam Theis was locked in going six innings and allowing just one run on three hits.
Third baseman Zach Weller singled in the first run of the game as designated hitter Dakota Connors crossed home to break the three inning 0-0 tie to take a 1-0 nothing lead.
Connors got an RBI of his own in the next innings hitting a single that would score centerfielder Zach Wiesz from third.
In the sixth inning, second baseman Carlos Moseley recorded his first home run of the season, a solo-homer, pushing the A's lead to 3-0.
The Batcats scored their only run of the game in the bottom of that inning on on a sac-fly to left field cutting Dodge City's lead to two.
First baseman Josh Crosby put up the final insurance run in the top of the seventh, singling home left fielder Jake Malec who had opened up that inning with a single himself, pushing the lead back to three runs, 4-1.
Receiver Luke Eigsti came in to the game in relief for the final three innings and gave up just two hits to close out the win.
The A's return back to Dodge tonight a 7:30 for the second game of the season versus Great Bend.