The Muskegon Clippers snapped their four-game losing streak on Friday night at Marsh Field.

The Clippers scored two seventh inning runs to overcome a one-run deficit to defeat the Grand River Loggers 5-4 in comeback fashion.

Both teams will face each other on Saturday at Marsh Field.

Muskegon is now 3-5 on the season, good for a fourth place tie in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League’s Northern Division.

The Clippers jumped out to a 3-0 lead before Grand River scored two runs in both the fourth and fifth frame to take a 4-3 advantage.

Muskegon closed out the scoring with two runs in the seventh to take the lead back for good.

The Clippers were paced by Wyatt Featherston and Nolan Bryant with three hits apiece while Jacob Buchberger added two.

Matt Goytia pitched the win for Muskegon, tossing four scoreless innings in relief while allowing three hits.

Muskegon’s closer Andrew Null picked up the save, recording the final two outs of the ballgame.