HUNTINGSBURG, Ind. -- The Paducah Chiefs had a brief lead Sunday against the Dubois County Bombers but booted it away with four errors leading to three runs as the Chiefs fell 3-2.
The Bombers got the first run in the third inning after a mishandled fielder's choice grounder put a man in scoring position for an RBI single. The Chiefs answered back in the top of the fourth with a lead-off Keegan Breese walk and a Spencer Schultz single pushing Breese in. Cody Clark then singled in Schultz for a 2-1 lead. But the Bombers came right back in the bottom half and tied the game at 2-2 from a Zach Gray double. The game remained tied until the bottom of the seventh when a single by Jackson Blevins followed by two Chief errors plated the winning run for the Bombers.
Trevor McMurray threw seven innings for the Chiefs but took the loss, giving up three runs -- two unearned -- on eight hits, three strikeouts and one walk.
The Chiefs fall to 4-6 on the season, two games behind Hoptown, and are away again tonight against Muhlenberg.
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