The Muskegon Clippers scored nine unanswered runs to erase a five-run deficit as they defeated the Michigan Monarchs 10-6 on Friday night.

The victory snaps Muskegon’s two-game losing streak and improves its record to 7-7 on the season, good for fourth place in the Great Lakes league’s Northern Division.

The Clippers will return home on Saturday to face the first place Jet Box Baseball Club. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m.

Noah Marcoux paced the Clipper offense with three hits, which included a triple, and a run scored. Brett Graham had two RBIs, while Levi Jenson and Crew Cohoes each had a pair of hits.

Jacob Carroll pitched the victory for the Clippers, tossing four innings of relief while allowing two runs on five hits and striking out eight batters.

Muskegon’s starting pitcher Carsie Walker received a no-decision, pitching four innings while allowing one run on two hits and striking out two hitters.