CEDAR RAPIDS — The Clinton LumberKings completed a four game sweep of Cedar Rapids over the holiday weekend with three wins from Saturday to Monday.

The LumberKings won 6-4 on Saturday, 7-3 on Sunday and 7-2 on Monday to improve their record to 35-12 on the season with a six-and-a-half game lead over second place Kane County.

Clinton worked overtime on Saturday as a Renny Osuna two-run single in the 13th inning provided the winning margin.

With the game tied at 4-all heading into the inning, the LumberKings got started with an Andres James single who then moved to second on a sacrifice bunt by Miguel Alfonzo. James was safe at first on a throwing error.

With Engel Beltre at the plate, Kernels pitcher Christopher Armstrong threw a wild pitch allowing the runners to advance to second and third.

After Beltre grounded out, Osuna came to the plate and hit line drive to center field to score both runners.

Adalberto Flores (S, 5) came on in the bottom of the inning to provide the save.

James and Osuna led the L-Kings offense with four hits a piece in the marathon game. Osuna also accounted for four RBIs.

Keisuke Ueno collected the win in three innings of work.

On Sunday, Clinton scored three runs in the ninth inning to secure the 7-3 win after leading throughout most of the game.

Starter Derek Holland (W, 5-0) remained perfect on the season with the win in seven innings of work. Holland allowed six hits and walked just one.

The LumberKings got started in the first when Renny Osuna singled in Engel Beltre after Beltre tripled to lead off the game.

The Kernels answered with a run to tie the game in the bottom of the first.

Clinton retook the lead in the second as a Matthew Lawson sac fly scored Jonathan Greene.

The Kernels tied the game again in the fourth with a run.

The LumberKings took the lead for good in the sixth inning when a Beltre single scored Justin Pickett and Lawson.

Clinton would add three insurance runs in the ninth to take the win.

Beltre and Osuna led the Clinton offense with three hits a piece. Beltre contributed three RBIs in the win.

On Monday, Clinton pounded out 15 hits on their way to the win.

Starter Blake Beavan (W, 4-1), the Rangers No. 1 draft choice in 2007, was solid again going six innings while giving up four hits and striking out four. Beavan did not allow a walk in improving his record to 4-1.

Clinton scored two in the top of the first as they led throughout the game.

Jonathan Greene doubled to score Renny Osuna and Mitchell Moreland to give the LumberKings a 2-0 lead.

Clinton added another run in the top of the fourth when Engel Beltre hit his third home run of the year with the bases empty.

The LumberKings scored three in the sixth to take a 6-2 lead.

The first two runs came on a Justin Pickett two-run shot with Andres James on base. It was Pickett’s first homer of the season.

Matthew Lawson scored on a Moreland groundout later in the inning.

Pickett added another RBI in the next inning, as he doubled to bring home Andres James.

Leading the way offensively for Clinton was Pickett and Moreland who registered three hits a piece. Pickett and Greene knocked in three and two runs respectively.