ELLENSBURG, Wash. -- Brandon Morris concluded his month-long barrage in appropriate fashion and directed Lewis-Clark State to its 15th consecutive victory, 12-9 over Central Washington on Tuesday afternoon.
Morris homered, belted two doubles and drove in four runs for the Warriors, who move to 43-7 with a win in a game rescheduled from last Tuesday's rainout.
Morris' homer, a three-run shot to right in the third inning, was his team-leading 13th of the season and seventh in April.
Ryan Stevenson and Danny Ruberte also homered for L-C, which went 16-2 in April and won all three of its games against Central Washington, 22-18.
Justin Fuller went 1-for-5 with a fourth-inning double, raising his hitting streak to 22 games.
L-C's scored five times in the third -- Ruberte followed Morris' homer with a two-run belt -- and tacked on three more in the fourth to go up 9-3.
Central Washington made one last push in the eighth, scoring four times, three on a home run by Scott Wilson. All four of the runs were the responsibility of Mike Causey, the sixth of seven pitchers L-C used.
That created a save situation, and Nick Seely capitalized, retiring the Wildcats in order over the final two innings to pick up his fourth save.
Wilson, who was with L-C in 2002, extended his school-record hitting streak to 25 games.
Derek Landavazo, the Warriors' second pitcher, was awarded the win for his one-hit performance over two innings.
The Warriors are off until Monday, when they begin a two-game series against British Columbia at Harris Field.