OGDEN -- A packed Saturday-night crowd at Lindquist Field saw their Ogden Raptors win a 2-1 thriller over the Missoula Osprey in extra innings, after blowing a ninth-inning lead. Brian Cavazos-Galvez was the hero, driving in both Raptor runs, highlighted by his clutch single in the bottom of the 11th. "It's a good win for us," said Ogden manager Damon Berryhill. "These are the types of games you need to win." The Raptors (34-23, 10-9) responded well after their semi-collapse in the ninth. "I'm not concerned with the amount of effort my guys are going to put in," Berryhill said. "That's how they've been playing all year. We feel like we're never out of a ball game." The Raptors opened the scoring in the bottom of the first as Cavazos-Galvez grounded into a fielder's choice that drove in Brian Ruggiano. Ruggiano entered the game batting .375, second in the Pioneer League. He led all hitters, going 4-5 Saturday. The Raptors nearly made it 2-0 in the bottom of the fifth when Keyter Collado tried to score from second on a Ruggiano single but was gunned out at home by Ender Inciarte from left field. Nineteen-year-old Allen Webster (1-0) made his debut on the mound for the Raptors. He struck out nine and allowed only four hits in 72Ã¢Ã‘3 innings of shutout ball for the win. He fooled a number of Missoula batters on a nasty breaking pitch. "Webster pitched outstanding," Berryhill said. "He went after hitters, threw a lot of strikes and was aggressive." Steven Ames took over for Webster in the eighth, retiring the final batter of the inning, leaving two Missoula runners stranded. Ames got into some trouble in the ninth though, walking Paul Goldschmidt on four pitches to load the bases with one out. The next batter, Bobby Stone, drove a ball to the warning track in left field that brought out a collective gasp from the crowd. Clay Calfee made the catch, but Chris Owings scored on the sacrifice fly to tie the score. Ames retired the next two batters, to get out of the jam, but the damage had been done. The teams battled through almost two more innings before Cavazos-Galvez plated Rafael Ynoa with a poke into the left-center gap with two outs. He was mobbed at first by elated teammates as the 4,914 fans roared from the stands. The Raptors have now alternated wins and losses over the last five games. They'll try to string two wins together and build some consistency as they play the final game of their four-game series with the Osprey today at 4 p.m. "Obviously we want to get going a little bit better then we are right now," Berryhill said. "We had opportunities in games we lost where we didn't come up with a key hit or didn't move a runner at the right time. Overall, I'm pretty happy with the way we're playing, we just need to get a little more consistent in the situational stuff."