The Oregon baseball team ran its winning streak to six Saturday with a doubleheader sweep of Milwaukee at PK Park by scores of 7-2 and 6-0.
In the opener, the Ducks (6-4) scored all seven of their runs in the first four innings.
Aaron Zavala had RBI singles in the first and third innings, Evan Williams had a two-run double in the third, Gabe Matthews had a run-scoring single in the fourth and Sheldon High graduate Sam Olsson, who singled in the first run in the first innning, capped Oregon's scoring with a sacrifice fly in the fourth.
Kenyon Yovan went 3-for-4 to spark Oregon's 12-hit attack. He also scored twice. Zavala was 3-for-5 and Matthews was 2-for-4.
The Panthers, meanwhile, were held scoreless until getting both of their runs in the top of the seventh.
North Eugene High graduate Robert Ahlstrom improved to 2-0 by allowing seven hits, two earned runs and one walk while striking out five in seven inning. Keaton Chase closed it out with two scoreless innings by allowing one hit.
In the nightcap, Peyton Fuller allowed two hits over six scoreless innings for the win. He struck out eight and walked none before Andrew Mosiello threw three scoreless innings for the save.
Oregon got all the runs it needed with five in the third inning sparked by a two-run triple from A.J. Miller.
The Ducks added a run in the seventh.
Zavala and Grant Gavin were both 2-for-3 to spark Oregon's eight-hit attack. Yovan scored twice and Zavala drove in two runs.