The Swift Current Indians broke out offensively to get back into the win column at home Wednesday.
One night after being shutout for the first time all season, the Tribe broke out for 10 runs against the visiting Moose Jaw Miller Express and held on for the win.
The Indians held a 10-3 lead after seven innings before allowing five late runs.
The Indians were led by their three and four hitters in the order, who both swatted their fifth homeruns of the season.
Matt Henriksen finished two-for-two with two walks, three runs scored, and three runs batted in courtesy of a three-run homerun in the fifth inning.
Jake Gonzalez also hit a three-run bomb in the third inning out of the cleanup spot.
Sean Callegari picked up the win, allowing nine hits and three runs over seven innings, walking only one and striking out nine. Cody Chartrand got the final three outs to pick up the save.
The Indians snapped a two-game losing streak to improve to 19-11 in the win.
The Indians will conclude a four-game homestand on Thursday when they host the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets (13-15). The Indians will carry a five-game lead over Saskatoon for the Central Division pennant into the contest.