IDAHO FALLS, Idaho -- The Ogden Raptors served up some double trouble on the Idaho Falls Chukars on Saturday night.
The Raptors cracked four big doubles en route to an 8-6 victory over Idaho Falls at Melaleuca Field.
Ogden has now won six straight over Idaho Falls. The teams meet this afternoon and Monday evening before the Raptors move on to play at Grand Junction.
Ogden is now 7-3 on the young Pioneer League season, tied with Grand Junction for first place in the South Division.
Jesmuel Valentin, Hanke Yates, Jesus Valdez and Kyle Farmer each had two hits for Ogden.
Ogden broke open a 4-4 tie with a run in the sixth and three more in the seventh inning.
The Raptors opened the scoring with a Valentin double to start the contest. A couple of sacrifice plays brought him home.
The Chukars responded with a pair of runs in the bottom of the inning, thanks to a triple by Elier Hernandez and a Zane Evans double.
In the fourth inning, Ogden scored twice to take the lead back with two runs. In the fifth, Faustin Oguisten was hit by a pitch to open the frame, stole second and eventually came home on Yates' sacrifice fly.
However, the Chukars scored a pair in the bottom of the fifth to knot the game at 4-all.
In the seventh, Valentin walked, stole second and came home on Yates' single.
The Raptors broke the game open in the eighth. Joey Curletta walked, Farmer singled him home, then Jacob Scavuzzo and Dillon Moyer popped back-to-back doubles to plate the final two runs.
The Chukars scored a run in the eighth, and another in the ninth off reliever Sawil Gonzalez.
With the tying runs aboard and no out, Ogden manager Damon Berryhill brought in Jose Agusto Diaz, who set the three Chukars batters down in order.
Kyle Hooper earned the win in relief of starter Zachary Bird.
Daniel Rockett homered and had a pair of hits for Idaho Falls (2-8). I.F. reliever Zeb Sneed took the loss.