(KMAland) -- Eric Skoglund pitched and Khalil Lee hit Northwest Arkansas to a win while Wilmington got a split, Lexington lost a second straight and the DSL teams split on Tuesday in Royals MILB action.

Omaha/Triple A (32-33): Omaha had a scheduled off day on Tuesday and will be back in action Wednesday at Sacramento.

Northwest Arkansas/Double A (29-34): Travis Jones had three hits, including a double, and scored two runs for Northwest Arkansas in a 9-3 win over Amarillo. Anderson Miller added two hits and two RBI, and Taylor Featherston and Kort Peterson had two hits and two runs each. Khalil Lee added his fifth home run of the season and drove in two. Eric Skoglund (1-0) worked 5 2/3 innings, struck out three and allowed two runs on six hits in the win.

Wilmington/High A (41-23): Wilmington and Lynchburg split a doubleheader on Tuesday.

Game 1: The Blue Rocks won 2-1 behind a strong combined pitching performance from Rito Lugo (4 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 2 K), Josh Dye (2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 2 K) and Tyler Zuber (1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 K). Brewer Hicklen had three hits, including a double, while Cristian Perez had two hits.

Game 2: Wilmington lost a 9-1 decision to Lynchburg in game two. Daniel Tillo (4-6) struggled through 1 1/3 innings, allowing eight runs on five hits and three walks to take the loss. Jose Marquez had two hits for the Blue Rocks offense.

Lexington/Low A (33-31): Lexington lost for the second straight game, falling to Augusta 6-3. Michael Gigliotti and Nick Hutchins had two hits each for the Legends offense. Jon Heasley (5-3) took the loss despite striking out nine and allowing three runs on six hits in six innings.

DSL Royals1 (3-6): The DSL Royals1 edged past the DSL Braves 4-2 on Tuesday. Omar Florentino led the offense with a triple, two walks and a run scored. Luilly Ovalle (2-0) threw two shutout innings and struck out three to get the win in relief.

DSL Royals2 (3-6): The DSL Royals2 fell to DSL Colorado 6-5 after the Rockies scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth. Edgar Martinez and Deivy Pena had two hits each for the Royals in the defeat. Yonathan Matos (0-2) was the losing pitcher.