Kennewick second baseman TJ Rea, left, tries to make a play on Richland’s Taiton Gillespie during Friday’s Mid-Columbia Conference doubleheader at Roy Johnson Field in Kennewick. The Bombers won the first game 8-5.
Kennewick second baseman TJ Rea, left, tries to make a play on Richland’s Taiton Gillespie during Friday’s Mid-Columbia Conference doubleheader at Roy Johnson Field in Kennewick. The Bombers won the first game 8-5. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Kennewick second baseman TJ Rea, left, tries to make a play on Richland’s Taiton Gillespie during Friday’s Mid-Columbia Conference doubleheader at Roy Johnson Field in Kennewick. The Bombers won the first game 8-5. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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