FULTON, Mo. - Tanner Branneky smashed his 26th career home run to break his brother, Tyler Branneky's, career home run record in the team split against Eureka.
The team moves to 18-11 on the year and 13-8 in the conference.
In game one, Westminster got out to a slow start, maintaining a 3-2 lead into the fifth inning.
In the second game, Westminster got on the board first with a solo blast in the second inning from Branneky to break the record.
The Red Devils answered in the fourth inning with a grand slam on top of an RBI single. They added another run in the sixth.
Westminster attempted a comeback with a run on a sacrifice fly from Stonecipher, but it wasn't enough to earn the win.
Westminster plays in the rubber match against Eureka at home Sunday at 1 p.m.