The Brooks Bombers made it three straight wins over the Yorkton Cardinals with an 8-2 win Sunday afternoon.
The Bombers broke out to a 2-0 lead in the Western Canadian Baseball League game at Jubilee Park scoring two in the first inning.
The Cardinals cut the lead in half with a run in the second inning, then tied it with one in the third.
From there on it was all Bomber offence, taking the lead with a run in the fourth, then adding three in the fifth and two in the eighth for the 8-2 win.
McCoy Pearce hot a home run for Brooks, to go with a three runs-batted-in afternoon.
Matt Scott was the winning pitcher. He was the starting pitcher going six innings allowing eight hits, and both runs, but only one of those earned.
Dallas Forno had a three-inning save for the Bombers, allowing no hits.
Zach Goulden-Maddin took the loss for Yorkton as the starter, going four innings, allowing five hits, four runs, two of those earned, while walking three and striking out three.
The Cardinals now sit with a record of 5-42, while the Bombers sit at 15-32.