Jerimiah Sanchez drove in five runs and starting pitcher Adam Korte tossed six and two-thirds innings only allowing one earned run lifting the Swift Current 57's past the visiting Edmonton Prospects Sunday afternoon 8-6.

Sanchez was 4-for-4 at dish with a pair of doubles, singles, and a walk. His two biggest hits came in back-to-back innings, with a three-run double in the fourth inning and a two-run single in the fifth inning.

"I've been struggling but (trying to) keep the same approach and it will come, and it came today," he said. "Just trying to help my team out every at-bat."

Edmonton scored two runs of Korte in the top of the first inning on a walk, double, and an outfield error. He locked it down after that only allowing four hits and striking out six batters.

"Any time a starter goes past five innings is really good," Sanchez said. "Especially with the lead we had, up 8-2 after the seventh a pretty much guaranteed win."

Sanchez made it 4-2 for the 57's with his double to centre field plating three runs in the fourth by Demetrio Archuleta doubling him in pushing it to 5-2. Following a bases-loaded walk in the fifth, Sanchez singled to right field to bring in two more runs extending the lead to 8-2.

The Prospects chipped away at the deficit scoring twice in the eighth and Ryan Kucy made it 8-6 in the ninth when he launched a two-run homer. The 57's brought pitcher Jaylen Gutierrez into the game following the home run and he struck out three of the next four batters to earn a save.