OGDEN -- It's safe to say the Raptors stole a win from the Orem Owlz.
Ogden used a steal of home by Adam Law to earn an exciting 5-3 victory over rival Orem on Thursday night at Lindquist Field.
Law, the Raptors third baseman hit three singles and stole two bases in the win.
The Raptors fell behind early as the Owlz scored three runs in the first inning on a two-run double by Alex Allbritton and a run-scoring single from Kody Eaves.
The Raptors tied the game in the bottom of the first. Valentin started the game by reaching on an error. After a wild pitch, Law collected his first hit, beating out a grounder to first base. Alex Santana drove home Valentin with a sacrifice fly.
Law then stole his first base by swiping second. Kyle Farmer delivered a single down the left-field line to bring in Law. After a groundout moved Farmer to second, Justin Chigbogu hit a grounder to shortstop.The second error allowed Farmer to tie the game.
The Raptors took the lead in the third. Law smacked his second hit into center field to start the inning. Santana then reached on a fielder's choice. Once Farmer grounded into a double play, Law moved to third and showed off his blazing speed.
During Joey Curletta's at bat, Orem starter Garrett Nuss went to the windup with Law on third base. On the second pitch, Law took off for home and stole the plate to take the lead, 4-3.
Law earned his third hit in the eighth inning.
Law, with a 3-for-4 day, is hitting .392 with the Raptors in 17 games..
Luis De Paula, after a rough first inning, settled down to earn his third win.