The Muskegon Clippers split their doubleheader with the visiting Lima Locos at Marsh Field on Tuesday.

The Clippers dropped the opener 10-5 but answered in Game 2 with a 5-1 win.

Muskegon pitcher Logan Wynalda threw for the win in the nightcap, going five and a 1/3 innings on seven strikeouts, six walks, four hits and one earned run.

Billy Heil entered in relief and went one and 2/3 innings, giving up one hit for the Clippers.

Noah Marcoux reaches third base for Muskegon. Photo/Leo Valdez

Leading Muskegon at the plate was Miko Rodriguez with a pair of hits, Tre Jones hit a single and had two RBI while Noah Marcoux had a single and an RBI. 
Marcoux currently leads Muskegon with 37 RBI and a .457 batting average. 

The Clippers captured Game 2 off a two-out second inning rally that produced four runs. 
The opener was doomed by a five-run sixth inning from Lima. 
Marcoux led Muskegon with two hits and two RBI while Chase Bessard had two hits and an RBI. 
Muskegon is now 13-12 on the season, and is currently 6.5 games behind league leading Sandusky.