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Ogden Raptors score 7 runs in the 5th inning to beat Boise

By Patrick Carr - Prep Sports Reporter | Jul 28, 2022

The Ogden Raptors broke open a 1-1 game with a seven-run fifth inning in a 10-5 win over Boise on Wednesday evening in front of 3,186 fans, following up on their 4-3 win on Tuesday.

Christian Day pitched six strong innings with one run and four hits allowed over 99 pitches. Day walked three batters and struck out three.

Josh Broughton hit a solo home run in the first inning for a 1-0 Ogden lead. Dakota Conners hit a solo homer in the fifth to restore the Raptors’ lead at 2-1, then it was off to the races.

Pat Adams singled to bring in a run, then Jesus Valdez singled to bring in two runs and make it a 5-1 game. Brian Dansereau was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded (6-1) and Conners came back to the plate a little later with a two-run single and an 8-1 lead.

Adams and Valdez brought one run home apiece in the sixth inning to make it 10-1. Boise came back with four runs in the eighth against Ogden pitcher Jack Cunningham. Miguel Cirino pitched a scoreless ninth to end the game. Brandon Bohning hit 3 for 5 with a double.


Ogden 10, Boise 5

Rocky Mountain 8, Grand Junction 7

Northern Colorado 6, Billings 3

Great Falls 4, Idaho Falls 2

Glacier 13, Missoula 2


Second Half


Idaho Falls 5-3 (33-23 overall)

Great Falls 5-3 (32-23)

*Missoula 4-4 (39-16)

Billings 4-4 (29-25)

Glacier 3-5 (20-35)


Grand Junction 5-3 (31-25)

Rocky Mountain 4-3 (20-33)

*Ogden 4-4 (33-23)

Northern Colorado 3-4 (20-32)

Boise 2-6 (19-37)

*- denotes first-half champion


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