L.V. Rogers Bombers struggle in Trail, sweep doubleheader in Idaho

The baseball team was playing shorthanded as it dropped four of five games at the tournament.

The L.V. Rogers Bombers (wearing white) had a rough road trip to Trail for a weekend tournament.

The L.V. Rogers Bombers’ strong start to the baseball season ended with a rough trip to Trail.

The Bombers finished fourth at a J.L. Crowe Secondary tournament, with just one win in five games.

LVR entered play 7-1 to start the season after sweeping a doubleheader last week in Spirit Lake, Idaho.

The busy schedule continues for LVR this week. The Bombers travel to Cranbrook today and visit Mt. Spokane on Saturday.

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