CEDAR RAPIDS —
Van Steensel then finished off his seventh save with a 1-2-3 ninth, giving the Kernels their second win in the second half and also snapping a four-game skid in the process.
Martin Peguero hit an infield single to third in the seventh, extending his hitting streak to a season-high six games. Littlewood and Mack were the only LumberKings to record multi-hit games.
Campbell was charged with six earned runs on nine hits in 6.2 innings. The outing was the deepest Campbell had worked into a game this season.
Clinton and Cedar Rapids meet for the second game of their four-game series Saturday night at Perfect Game Field. The L'Kings will send right-hander Carlos Misell (6-7, 4.02) to the mound against Kernels right-hander Ryan Eades (4-7, 6.08). First pitch is scheduled for 6:35.