AquaSox complete sweep of Canadians

Damon Casetta-Stubbs dominates and Everett’s offense backs him up in a 9-1 win.

VANCOUVER, B.C. — Damon Casetta-Stubbs allowed only one run on two hits over five innings and struck out eight to lead the Everett AquaSox over the Vancouver Canadians 9-1 on Tuesday to sweep the three-game series.

Austin Shenton doubled and drove in three runs, Patrick Frick had three hits and Marysville Pilchuck alum Trent Tingelstad singled and walked three times to lead the Everett offense.

Casetta-Stubbs earned the win and Matt Martin tossed four scoreless innings for Everett (14-12) in relief.

The AquaSox have defeated the Canadians (6-20) in all six matchups between the two teams this season.

Everett is off Wednesday before opening another three-game series against Vancouver at home on Thursday.

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