The Muskegon Clippers increased their winning streak to three games after an 8-5 victory over the Grand River Loggers on Sunday night.

The Clippers used seven different pitchers (Bryce Kelley, Scott Bean, Chris Sparks, Andrew Null, Zach Taglieri, Brandon Knorr, and Brian Taggett) to earn the victory. Kelley was credited with the win.

Muskegon jumped out to a 7-0 lead through three innings with a slew of hits and a Cam Bair two-run home run.

Ryan Blake-Jones and Kelley led the offense with three hits apiece, while Bair and Jimmy Roche added two each.

The Clippers improved to 15-17 on the season and took sole possession of third place in the Great Lakes Collegiate Summer League Northern Division standings.

Muskegon will take the next three days off for the league All-Star break. Bryce Kelley (Michigan State) will be the lone Clipper in the game, which will be played on Tuesday night at Prasco Park in Mason, Ohio.

The Clippers return to action on Thursday night at Marsh Field against the Loggers. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m.