AquaSox lose, eliminated from postseason race

Everett falls 4-2 to Spokane and Tri-City wins to clinch the North division’s final playoff spot.

SPOKANE — The Everett AquaSox lost to the Spokane Indians 4-2 on Friday and were eliminated from postseason contention after the Tri-City Dust Devils knocked off the Vancouver Canadians, 8-5, to secure the second playoff spot in the Northwest League North division.

Everett entered its three-game series with Spokane just two games back of the Dust Devils, but the AquaSox dropped all three game of the series and Tri-City won in extra innings on Thursday and won again Friday to extend the lead in the standings to four games with three games to play.

Cade Marlowe had three hits and an RBI for Everett and Luis Joseph chipped in two hits.

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