The Broncos losing streak is over after 7 consecutive defeats.
Matt Robertson sparkled on the mound, and Chris Godinez returned to the lineup to help El Dorado defeat the Kansas Cannons 5-2, snapping a seven-game losing streak.
Robertson went eight innings, allowing one earned run and striking out seven. Bidding to become the first Bronco pitcher to throw a complete game this season, Robertson ran into trouble in the ninth. After an error, Scott Sammons homered over the right-field wall to end the shutout.
Brian Kowal relieved and earned his first save.
Godinez, who has been sidelined for two weeks with a hand injury, returned to reach base three times in four at-bats with two walks and a double.
Mitch Osburn also reached base three of four times with a hit-by-pitch, a walk and a single.
The Broncos scored thrice in the seventh as David Harris hit a two-run homer and Godinez' double driving in Mikel Mucha, who had reached on an error. The Broncos play host to Jayhawk-leading Dodge City tonight in the first of a three-game series.
Kansas Cannons 000 000 002 -- 2 4 3
El Dorado 000 002 30x -- 5 6 2
W -- Robertson. L -- Threw. Save -- Kowal. HR -- Cannons: Sammons; El Dorado: Harris.
Cannons batting: Kildow 1-3, Quinlan 0-4, Sammons 1-4, Tracy 0-3, Johnston 0-4, Halbert 1-4, Threw 0-4, Hahn 0-2, Hashagan 0-1.
El Dorado batting: Mucha 0-3, Godinez 1-2, Harris 1-4, Coughenour 1-4, Baptista 0-4, Lawrence 1-3, Osburn 1-2, Williams 1-2, Perez 0-3.
Cannons pitching: Mormann 1-0, Hahn 4-0, Threw 2-4, Halbert 1-0.