A battle between division leaders turned into a one-team show Tuesday. The Salt Lake Trappers posted an unearned, one-run lead in the first inning, but the Great Falls Dodgers struck back to win 20-1.

Salt Lake's Kelly Zane reached base in the first inning. A Dodger error that extended the inning allowed Zane to scored on a sacrifice fly by Tommy Boyce. The blowout started when the Dodgers collected 11 runs in the fourth.The two teams play twice more in Montana, then travel to Salt Lake to open a four-game series Friday. Salt Lake (33-17) leads the Southern Division and Montana (35-14) the Northern Division.