The Swift Current Indians continued to swing the hot bat Friday night as they knocked off the Moose Jaw Miller Express 11-1.

It wasn't a bad night for the Millers in the batters box either as they managed 6 hits but stranded 10 runners on base.  The Indians were led by Nik Gumeson who went two for three with a two run shot in the first inning that got the scoring started.

Miller coach Michael Hunt talks about the Indians hot bats, "Even the last time Swift was here and Thursday, Swift can swing it.  It doesn't matter even on a bad day they're OK.  We had a couple of mental break downs, that definitely didn't help, it didn't open the flood gates but it didn't close them either."

Millers starting pitcher Bryant Asnicar went five innings giving up only three earned runs with three strikeouts but the bullpen couldn't hold off the Indians offence.

Hunt says it was planned for Asnicar to split the start, "I know he's upset that we split the start up for him.  He threw real well, it was probably one of the best outings he's had all year so far but, it was already planned to be a split start and again say if Bryant throws the rest until the ninth inning and we play good defence we still lose 3-1."

The Millers will regroup before hosting Edmonton on Sunday.  First pitch goes at 2pm.