With two more big wins on the diamond, Jordan remains in first place in the Minnesota River Conference.
The Hubmen defeated Belle Plaine 15-3 and Tri-City United 13-4 to extend its winning streak to seven games.
Jordan sits alone atop the MRC baseball standings at 9-2. Southwest Christian is close behind at 9-3 with Le Sueur-Henderson in third at 8-3.
On Monday, Jordan pounded out 15 runs on 11 hits as it defeated Belle Plaine 15-3 at Tigers Park in Belle Plaine. Jordan led 3-0 after three innings but blew the game wide open with six runs in the fourth inning for a 9-0 lead.
The Hubmen plated five more runs in the seventh inning to win 15-3. Adam Kreuser had a huge game at the plate as he went 4 for 4 with five RBIs. Ryan Friedges added three RBIs and Noah Schmitt finished with two RBIs and four runs scored.
Last Friday, Jordan defeated TCU 13-4 in Lonsdale when the Hubmen scored all 13 runs in the final five innings. Jordan went up 3-0 in the third inning on a two-run home run by Kyle Hvidsten and an RBI single by Kreuser.
TCU cut it to 3-2 in the bottom of the third only to see Jordan score five times in the fifth. Logan St. Michaels and Hvidsten each drove in two runs in the inning.
St. Michaels drove in another run in the sixth and seventh inning as the Hubmen pulled away for the 13-4 win.
Kreuser picked up the win on the mound by giving up just four hits in six innings.