Iowa and Omaha can’t seem to beat each other on their home fields.

The first-place Cubs battered the Storm Chasers in a four-game series at Werner Park early this month, then were swept in a four-game set when they met in Des Moines last week.

Iowa kept the trend going by taking a doubleheader from Omaha in their return to Werner on Wednesday. The Cubs hit three homers in a 5-3 victory in the opening game before topping the Chasers 6-3 later on.

Chicago prospect Adbert Alzolay held Omaha to three hits over five innings to open the series. He was backed by solo home runs by Robel Garcia and Taylor Davis and a three-run Jim Adduci blast.

Adduci hammered a Heath Fillmyer pitch 479 feet to the deepest part of the ballpark. His home run sailed over the center field wall and the bullpens of each team before landing on top of the grassy berm.

Elier Hernandez hit a two-run pinch-hit homer for Omaha in the opener, then launched another two-run shot in the nightcap. By the time he did, though, Iowa had already built a 6-0 advantage on the Chasers.

Ian Happ doubled after a Donnie Dewees triple during a two-run first for the Cubs. Happ added a two-run homer in the third inning then singled in two more runs in the fifth. Needing a triple for a cycle in a seven-inning game, the Iowa designated hitter hit a ball to the wall in right but pulled up for a double.

Happ finished the game with four hits and drove in five of the six Iowa runs.

Colin Rea improved to 5-1 win the win in the nightcap. Omaha opener Kyle Zimmer fell to 1-2.