Seven straight hits in the top of second inning by Dodge City created a hole that Great Bend could not crawl out of as Dodge City won their third straight series, beating the Batcats in game three 11-3.
With the win, the A's are now 14-7 this season.
Starter Kurt Johnson went the full nine-innings, giving up one run on five hits in the first eight innings before allowing another two hits including a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth.
After taking an early lead in the first on a single from catcher Logan Brown, Zach Weller, first baseman Tucker Rhode, right fielder Jake Malec, center fielder Zach Wiez, short stop Bennett Hostetler, second baseman Dakota Connors and designated hitter Carlos Moseley all hit in succession followed by a ground out by left fielder Austin Feist to bring in seven second inning runs, pushing the A's lead to 8-0.
The Batcats ended the A's hopes of a shutout, plating a run in the bottom of the seventh, cutting Dodge City's lead to 8-1.
Connors scored the first of the A's three insurance runs in the top of ninth on an error. Rhode single just after scoring Hunter Shaw.
Rhode led the A's at the plates recording four hits and one RBI.
Malek put up the 11th A's run singling in third baseman Matt Campos.
The A's will now head south to take on the Oklahoma City Indians for a three-game weekend series. The A's swept Oklahoma City in their home series.