BOISE, Idaho — J.B. Moss poked an RBI single into left field to score Luis Castro with the winning run as the Boise Hawks came from behind to issue the Everett AquaSox a brutal 11-10 defeat in 11 innings Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
The Sox (25-30, 8-9 second half) had a 7-1 lead after their half of the fourth inning, but allowed Boise (9-8, 28-27) to chip away at the advantage.
Everett led 9-5 heading into the bottom of the eighth, but Boise scored three times in their half to cut it to 9-8.
The Sox looked to have salted the game away with Jansiel Rivera’s run-scoring groundout in the top of the ninth, but Everett’s Matt Clancy gave up home runs to Bret Boswell and Luis Castro in the bottom of the ninth to send the game to extra innings.
Everett had second and third with nobody out in the top of the 11th, but failed to score, setting the stage for Boise in the bottom half of the frame. Michael Rivera, the sixth pitcher of the game for Everett, retired the first two hitters before Castro singled to the left side and stole second.
Moss took care of the rest to give Boise the win.
Everett’s Greifer Andrade was 4-for-6 with three doubles and four RBI for Everett, while Boswell went 3-for-6 with a triple, two homers and three RBI for the Hawks.