Behind four home runs and 10 hits, the Hickory Crawdads won their fifth-straight South Atlantic League contest, knocking off the West Virginia Power on Friday, 9-6.
Two of the Hickory's four bombs came in the fifth inning, including a two-run homer by Jeremy Williams and a solo shot by Zach Cone.
Chris Grayson and Jhonny Gomez also hit home runs. Grayson's hit a solo homer in the first, while Gomez add a two-run homer in the second inning.
Trailing 5-3 after four innings, Hickory (28-25) scored six runs in the final four innings to pull away with the home victory.
Hickory tries to extend its win streak to six games when it plays West Virginia again on Saturday at L.P. Frans Stadium at 6 p.m.