OREM — Roberto Lopez was playing at third base. Angel Castillo was playing in the outfield for the first time in nearly a week.

But right now, even Hootz the Owl could probably be on the field and it wouldn't matter.

Lopez, Castillo, Ivan Contreras and Chris Garcia each collected three hits as the Orem Owlz finished off a four-game sweep of the Missoula Osprey with a 10-5 win Wednesday night.

"We had three different lineups," Owlz manager Tom Kotchman said. "We had Lopez at third because (Jon) Townsend was sore."

The victory was the 10th straight for the Owlz, who haven't dropped a game since their 6-4 loss to Idaho Falls on Aug. 2.

"It's nice," Kotchman said about the streak. "There's been some pretty good clubs run through here."

One of those clubs was the Helena Brewers, who the Owlz will now head north to face. After being swept in a three-game series by the Owlz last week, the Brewers went up to Ogden and took 3-of-4 from the Raptors. Prior to their series with the Brewers, the Raptors had won seven straight.

With the winning streak comes a fear of complacency. But Kotchman insists that won't happen.

"They won't get complacent," Kotchman said. "Trust me."

The Owlz (12-4, 37-17) got on the board first Wednesday night thanks to a two-RBI double by Tyson Auer in the bottom of the second.

The Osprey (3-13, 12-42) fought back with three runs in the top of the third on back-to-back home runs by Ryne White and Nelson Gomez. But as was the case throughout the entire homestand, the Owlz didn't trail for long.

With one out in the bottom of the third, Contreras sent a double down the left-field line. After three consecutive hits by Lopez, Luis Jimenez and Castillo, the Owlz were suddenly back on top 5-3.

The Osprey cut the lead in half with a run in the top of the fourth, but the Owlz answered again with a two-spot in the bottom half. The Owlz scored one more run in the fifth and two more in the sixth to all but seal the victory.

"We have a lot of confidence in ourselves," Castillo said through an interpreter. "We don't let (getting behind) affect us because we know we'll come back."

Baron Short started for the Owlz and allowed four runs and five hits in just four innings. The Owlz' bullpen, however, came in and pitched the final five innings, allowing just one run and three hits.

Michael Kohn (2-0) picked up the win in relief for the Owlz, who also notched their 20th win at home this season with the victory.

The Owlz begin a four-game series with Helena (6-10, 26-28) tonight at 7:05 p.m.

"Every game is important," Lopez said. "We're not going to let up."