The Waterloo Bucks won their fourth straight game in a weather shortened contest, 5-3.
The Bucks got on the board in the second inning with a pair of runs. Charley Hesse hit his first homer of the year to plate a pair and put the Bucks up 2-0. Waterloo added a run in the fourth on a Charley Hesse sac fly to put the Bucks up by three.
Rochester answered in the fourth with a Tanner Tweedt three-run homer to left off of Jack Radford to tie the game. However, the Bucks took the lead in the fifth. Ryan Guardino drove home Peyton Williams for the first run and Brett McCleary came home on a wild pitch to make it 5-3, Bucks.
Neither team would score again until lightning struck one pitch into the eighth inning. Shortly after, the game was called final with a 5-3 win in the books for the Bucks.
Will Christophersen got the win for Waterloo and Jake Hilmer picked up his first save. Ben Byom was given the loss out of the bullpen for Rochester.
The Bucks and Honkers will play again at Riverfront Stadium tomorrow night starting at 6:35.