It was the Bearkats turn to come from behind Saturday.

Adam Perry went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and three runs batted in to lead the Sam Houston Statebaseball squad to a 7-3 victory over Northwestern State.

The win gave Sam Houston a sweep of Saturday’s doubleheader after taking the opener 9-6 and two victories in the three game series to up the Bearkats’ Southland Conference record to 4-2.

With the Bearkats trailing 2-0, Perry brought in Sam Houston’s first run of the game with an RBI double in the second inning. His second double began the Kats’ go-ahead three run fifth inning. Jeremy Holzbach was safe on an error on a play that scored Perry to tied the game. The Bearkats got two more runs in the fifth frame on four hits and an error.

Clint Mann went 2-for-4, and Gregory O’Neill was 2-for-5 as the Bearkats totaled 11 hits.

Zach Adkisson pitched a complete game, giving up only seven hits in nine innings with four strike outs and only one walk.

In the first game, Ryan Trevino’s two-run single sparked a five-run seventh inning, as Sam Houston State rallied to defeat Northwestern State 9-6.

Sam Houston State totaled nine runs on seven hits and three Northwestern State errors.

Casey Springer got the victory for the Bearkats, spreading 10 hits over 8 1/3 innings. He struck out four Demons. Luke Prihoda pitched the final inning to pick up his second save of the season.

Karl Krailo led the Bearkats at the plate, going 3-for-5 with three runs batted in including his 10th double of the 2006 season.