The last time the Ogden Raptors (35-20) played in Centene Stadium in Great Falls, Montana, they celebrated a historic Pioneer League championship.

That was nearly a year ago. Ogden's first visit to Great Falls since then ended in a 10-3 loss to the Voyagers (26-28).

Through five innings, Ogden was within striking distance, trailing only 3-0. That changed in the sixth inning, when the Voyagers unloaded for seven runs to put the game out of reach.

The Raptors scored a run in each of the final three frames but couldn't muster enough offense to make things interesting down the stretch.

Neither of Ogden's three runs came from a base hit or a situation where the batter safely ended up on base.

Jon Littell drove in two of the Raptors' runs, courtesy a groundout in the seventh inning and a sacrifice fly in the ninth. A Daniel Robinson RBI groundout in the eighth was sandwiched in between.

The mammoth sixth inning for Great Falls started with a bases-loaded walk, followed by a three-run triple and three RBI singles.

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