Make that five in a row.
The Helena Brewers plastered their fifth consecutive win on Friday, upending the Great Falls Voyagers at Centene Stadium 10-3 and sweeping a four game series.
The Brewers started off hot in the first inning and never looked back. They went put up five runs in the first, and Great Falls never threatened the scoreboard with game-tying runs.
A Jay Feliciano single scored two runs in the first inning, and then Zach Clark continued his hot hitting, hitting a three-run home run. Clark finished 1 of 4 with his three RBIs.
The Brewers (6-6) kept it going in the second inning when Chad McClanahan connected on his first home run of the season and pushed the Brewers up, 6-0.
In the fourth inning, a Payton Henry single scored another run and then Gabriel Garcia hit a single ground ball to left field and scored two more.
Trailing 9-0, the Voyagers (6-6) finally plated a run in the bottom of the fourth when Franklin Reyes doubled on a line drive to left field.
The Brewers added another run in the sixth, and then the Voyagers had their best offensive inning in the bottom of the frame, scoring two more runs.
The Brewers held on from there.
Dallas Carroll had a nice night at the plate, connect on 3 of 4 appearances.
The Brewers tallied 14 hits to Great Falls’ six.
Harold Chirino (1-1) started on the mound for the Brewers and went five innings to give up one hit and one earned one, striking out three and walking two.
Jayson Rose came in during the seventh and was credited with the save, pitching three innings and giving up three hits while striking out four.
Voyagers pitcher Fernando Gallegos (0-1) took the loss after pitching three innings and giving up seven hits, six earned runs while striking out four and walking two.
The Brewers head to Missoula on Saturday to face the Osprey. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. It will be the first of a three-game series in Missoula.