The Boise Hawks found themselves down 3-0 to Tri-City Sunday night but fought back with a 10-6 win against the Tri-City Dust Devils and were able to tie the series and keep their division hopes alive. Every south division team won on Sunday.

Boise scored once in the 5th, four times in the 6th, three in the 7th, and twice in the 8th to take the win. The game winning hit was a two-run home run from Sean Bouchard. Bouchard has been on a tear since debuting for the Hawks a few weeks ago. He came in today with a batting average over .400 and now finishes with three home runs and over 10 RBI.

Boise also received a good night from Bret Boswell. Boswell finished 2-5 with a triple, a home run and three RBI. That long ball was Boswell's fourth of the year. That is now second on the team behind Daniel Jipping who has eight.

Earning the win for the Hawks was left hander Alec Byrd. Byrd worked out of a tight 2nd and 3rd base jam in the 7th inning to get the Hawks out of the inning with a 5-5 tie