AquaSox blow late lead, lose 3-2 to Hawks
The seventh inning provided all of the offense for both squads.
In the top of the seventh, singles by Jack Reinheimer, D.J. Peterson, and Austin Wilson produced a run for Everett, breaking a scoreless tie. Designated hitter Chantz Mack followed with another single to drive in Peterson and give Everett a two-run advantage.
Boise finally got to Everett starting pitcher Steven Ewing in the bottom of the seventh. After allowing a single to Lance Rymel and hitting Jacob Rogers with a pitch, Ewing allowed a run-scoring single to Rony Rodriguez to pull Boise to within one.
Reliever Min-Sih Chen replaced Ewing with two outs in the seventh, and promptly gave up a game-tying base hit to Cael Brockmeyer. Following James Zamarripa's throw home, Carmichael tried to nail an advancing Brockmeyer at third base, but overthrew Peterson to allow the go-ahead run.
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