The West Michigan Whitecaps dropped their second straight game on Thursday, losing 3-1 to Dayton to complete the road series.

Dayton took three of four games against West Michigan, to drop the Whitecaps record to 81-38 overall and 36-16 in the second half. West Michigan still sits in first place of the Midwest League Eastern Division second half standings, two and a half games ahead of Fort Wayne and Bowling Green.

Chad Sedio led the Whitecaps offense on Thursday with a hit and one RBI while starting pitcher Anthony Castro took the loss. Castro tossed five innings, surrendering two earned runs on six hits while striking out seven.

West Michigan will travel to Bowling Green on Friday to begin a series a four game series at 7:35 p.m.