The Sanford Spinners won road games Saturday and Sunday to extend their winning streak to seven and remain in first place in the collegiate level Old North State League‘s Central Division.

The Spinners topped the High Point Hushpuppies 5-4 on Saturday behind a five inning outing from starting pitcher Brent Byler, who gave up two runs on seven hits and earned the win. Catcher Danny O’Brien contributed a double and two runs, while second baseman Cam Cole, center fielder De’yon Cannon and third baseman Gage Bibey each had two singles. Shortstop Adam Joseph also had a single.

On Sunday, the Spinners beat division rival the Sandhills (Pinehurst) Bogeys 12-4. Box score information wasn’t immediately available, but the win brings the Spinners’ division record to a 11-4, two and a half games ahead of the Bogeys (10-8). Including non-conference games against teams outside the ONSL, the Spinners are a league best 12-4.

A home game against the Bogeys scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday was postponed due to weather, and the next Spinners home game, at Tramway Park adjacent to Southern Lee High School against the Hushpuppies, is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Spinners play the Reidsville Luckies at home at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Tickets are $8 for general admission and $4 for kids, and can be purchased through the team’s website or on gameday.