After dropping the first game of a doubleheader to Harrisburg in extra innings, Mitchell Black rebounded in the nightcap to earn a split on Tuesday at Cadwell Park.
Harrisburg scored a 10-5 win in eight innings in Game 1, but Mitchell held off a rally to pick up an 8-6 win in the second game.
Tanner Puetz doubled in a run and Peyton Schroder added an RBI single as part of a four-run first inning, while Carson Podhrasky and Connor Hohn drove in runs in the third as Mitchell scored all eight of its runs in the first three frames.
Hudson Haley and Hohn combined to allow five earned runs on six hits and eight walks in five innings for Mitchell.
In Game 1, Lukas Bennett singled in a run and Carter Miller stole home to tie the game at 5-all in the bottom of the seventh inning to force extras. However, Harrisburg responded with a five-run eight inning to secure the win.
Miller suffered the loss, allowing nine unearned runs in 2 2/3 innings. In fact, all 10 of Harrisburg's runs were unearned due to Mitchell's six errors. Bennett and Miller both recorded two hits, helping Mitchell finish with seven as a team.
Harrisburg's Brandon Simunek picked up the win, allowing two earned runs in two innings of relief.
Mitchell (5-10-2) returns to action on Friday for the start of a three-day tournament in Brookings.