The Bismarck Reps and Senators faced off Tuesday evening at the BPS Athletic Complex.
The Reps were looking for their sixth straight win, but they were trailing 13-9 in the fifth following a John Sammons RBI base hit.
In the bottom of the frame, the Reps got a run back courtesy of a Mason Trahan sacrifice fly. That effort made it 13-10 with the Senators still in the lead, but the Reps used a late rally to take the first game by a final score of 14-13.
The second game featured a 1-1 tie in the sixth inning, but the Reps, much like game one, rallied offensively. The Reps put together an eight-run sixth inning to win 9-1 and complete a sweep of the Senators.