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Photo by Skip Vaughn

Ryan Glass blasts a pair of two-run homers in Bomb Busters’ 32-6 win over Kickrocks on May 2 at NASA field 1.

Ryan Glass joined the Redstone workforce in August 2022 from Washington, D.C. He is having a blast in Marshall softball.

Glass hit a pair of two-run homers as the Bomb Busters routed Kickrocks 32-6 in three innings on May 2 at NASA field 1. They play in the competitive coed B league.

Batting cleanup and playing left center, Glass went 4-for-4 with two homers, a triple, a double, eight runs batted in and four runs scored. Bomb Busters (1-1) evened their record after losing their opener to the defending champion Jager Bombers 27-2 on April 25.

“It was fun,” Glass, 32, from Charlotte, North Carolina, said. “It was a good bounce back from last week and good to have a full roster again.”

Chris Casperson, Mark Harris and Randy Dockery also had four hits apiece. Craig Goddard and Trevor Kiser had three hits apiece. Tracy Dockery, player/captain Adrian Perez and Joel Doherty added two apiece. Michael Melton was the winning pitcher.

“We had a great game,” Perez said. “Everybody came together. Can’t ask for more, right?

“We lost to Jager Bombers last week. Today was like karma,” he added laughing. “Today was our cosmic karma.”

Alex Gorr hit a three-run, inside-the-park home run but took the loss for Kickrocks (0-2). Adam McCune hit an RBI triple and a double and scored twice.

“We lost the focus,” Kickrocks player/captain Alex Murillo said.

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