The losing streak is over.
The Charlottetown Gaudet’s Auto Body Islanders defeated the Hub City Brewers 3-0 Thursday in Moncton for their first win in eight decisions.
The victory improves the Isles to 11-15 while the Brewers fall to 9-16 in the New Brunswick Senior Baseball League standings.
Jordan Stevenson scattered three singles for the complete game shutout. He struck out five batters and walked one.
Brewers starter Luc Daigle was tagged with the loss, allowing three runs on seven hits through six innings. The Brewers committed four errors behind him.
Dylan McKenna drove in the winning run with a two-out triple in the third. The hit down the right-field line scored Jeremy McKinnon, who reached on an error.
Charlottetown added two insurance runs on four hits and two errors in the sixth.
McKenna also had a double while Will Connolly singled twice, Kris Mcguirk added a two-out RBI single and Brody McDonald singled.
Right-fielder Sean Corcoran had an outfield assist by gunning down a runner at the plate in the third inning.
Charlottetown travels back to Moncton Saturday for games with the Mets at 1 p.m. and the Brewers at 7 p.m. The Islanders are back at Memorial Field in Charlottetown Sunday at 1 p.m. when they host the Fredericton Royals.