The Moose Jaw Miller Express went 3-1 over the weekend against the Swift Current 57s, ending an eight-game win streak.

Moose Jaw opened the weekend on Friday night with a double-header against the Swift Current 57s at Ross Wells Park to make up for a postponed game from June 27. The 

The Miller Express won game one 7-6. Moose Jaw trailed 6-3 heading into the bottom of the sixth. Moose Jaw scored four runs including a Darren Hagan single that scored Nate Mensik for the game-winning run. At the plate, Austin Gurney went three-for-four with three RBIs. Jacob Castaneda was the winning pitcher with Westin Walls picking up the save.

Game two saw the Miller Express take a 10-4 win. Left fielder Joe Osborn was two-for-three at the plate with four RBIs. Osborn, Mensik and Ethan Bear each had homeruns. Adam Christopher picked up the win, going four innings and allowing three hits, one earned run and striking out three.

On Saturday, the Miller Express headed down Highway 1 to Swift Current and picked up an 8-7 win. Moose Jaw led 6-0 after four innings. Swift Current cut the lead in half with three runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Moose Jaw made it 7-3 in the top of the sixth but Swift Current tied it with three runs in the bottom of the sixth and one run in the bottom of the seventh.

In the top of the ninth, Bobby Pokorney hit a single to drive in Robert Estrada for the game-winning run. Cameron Dunn got the start on the mound and went five innings. He allowed six hits, six earned runs and struck out two. Walls picked up the win for Moose Jaw as he pitched the last two innings and allowed only one hit, no runs and struck out three.

The Miller Express snapped their win streak on Sunday afternoon in Swfift Current with a 5-2 loss to the 57s. Moose Jaw kept it close through three innings as they trailed 4-2. However, the Miller Express couldn't get their offence going.

Bear was one for four at the plate with one RBI and Pokorney was one-for-three with the other RBI. Ethan Merk took the loss on the mound. He went six innings and allowed six hits, three earned runs and four strikeouts.

After the weekend, the Miller Express sits in second place in the WCBL East Division. They are a half-game up on Medicine Hat and trail the first-place Regina Red Sox by three games.

The Miller Express look to make up some of that ground when they head to Regina on Wednesday to face the Red Sox. They head back home to Ross Wells Park on Thursday at 7 p.m. to face the Weyburn Beavers.