The Ogden Raptors (25-12) scored three runs in the 10th inning to break a 4-4 tie and beat Helena 7-5 on Monday night.
According to the Raptors’ Twitter account, the 25 wins were the most in the first half of the season in team history.
Four different players homered for the Raptors, who took their first lead of the game in the sixth inning, 4-3, when both Drew Avans and Dillon Paulson hit solo jacks.
Jacob Amaya and Paulson both batted 2 for 5, and Paulson had two RBIs. Chris Roller and Niko Hulsizer also hit solo bombs and batted 2 for 4, as did Avans.
Avans, Paulson and Ronny Brito all drove in a run in the 10th to give relief pitcher Luis Pasen a three-run cushion to work with in the bottom half of the inning.
Ogden finishes its seven-game Montana road trip with its final game against Helana (17-20) on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. After losing the first of the four-game set with the Brewers, the Raptors have won two in a row and will look to close the first half of the season with a series win.
Starting Wednesday, the Raptors return home for a five-game homestand to start the second half of the season. The first three games are against Grand Junction, followed by two games against Idaho Falls.