Cole McKenzie put together a nice outing. McKenzie held Miles City hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out three.
The Billings Blue Jays pounded Miles City pitching, as eight hitters combined for 11 hits, 17 RBIs and 19 runs scored.
Bulock was charged with the loss. He allowed nine runs in one-third of an inning, walked three and struck out one.
The Billings Blue Jays added six more runs in the bottom of the second. Weichman kicked things off with a double, plating Zimmer and Brock McDonald. That was followed up by Jones' single, plating Maehl.
The Billings Blue Jays increased their lead with three runs in the fourth. Cameron Maciel doubled, scoring Dugi to start the inning. That was followed up by Maehl's double, scoring O'Donnell and Maciel.
Cole McKenzie reached base two times. He tripled in the third inning.
The Billings Blue Jays got the win thanks in large part to Ethan Davis's dominant, nine-strikeout performance. Davis allowed one earned run, four hits and two walks over seven innings.
Jordan was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just six innings, walked one, struck out two, and allowed five runs.
Two runs in the top of the second helped Miles City close its deficit to 3-2. An RBI single by Claypool and a groundout by Lassle fueled Miles City's comeback. Davis ended the inning by getting Regan to ground out.
The Billings Blue Jays got one-run rallies in the third inning and the fourth. In the third, the Billings Blue Jays scored on a sacrifice fly by Bjorgum, bringing home McKenzie.