AquaSox outslug Salem-Keizer for 12-6 win

Nick Rodriguez, Connor Kopach and Bobby Honeyman each had 3 hits for Everett.

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KEIZER, Ore. — Bobby Honeyman, Nick Rodriguez and Connor Kopach each had three hits, as the Everett AquaSox beat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 12-6 on Tuesday.

Rodriguez doubled and singled twice, driving in four runs.

Salem-Keizer cut the deficit to 5-4 in the fourth after Robinson Medrano hit a solo home run.

The AquaSox added to their lead with three runs in the seventh inning, including a single by Charlie McConnell that scored Kopach.

The AquaSox later added three runs in the eighth and one in the ninth. In the eighth, Rodriguez hit a bases-clearing double, while Honeyman hit an RBI single in the ninth.

Ivan Fortunato (4-1) got the win in relief while Salem-Keizer starter Gregory Santos (2-3) took the loss in the Northwest League game.

For the Volcanoes, Medrano homered and singled, and David Villar singled twice, driving in a run and also scoring one.

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