The Hoptown Hoppers fell to Muhlenberg County 9-7 on the road Thursday, but with a loss from Paducah, the Hoppers still hold a three-game lead in the West


Blake Jackson continued his stellar season at the plate with a solo home run, but a five-run sixth inning put the game away for the Stallions.

Brian Coffey was dealt the loss after he gave up seven earned runs in five innings of work.

Matt Keane managed two hits at the plate to finish as the only Hopper with multiple hits.

Hoptown hosts Dubois County at 7 p.m. tonight.

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