AquaSox pound out 20 hits in 10-3 win over Boise

Everett exploded offensively in its return from the road, scoring 8 times in the 3rd inning.

EVERETT — The Everett AquaSox returned home and continued their torrid ways at the plate.

The AquaSox pounded out 20 hits in a 10-3 win over the visiting Boise Hawks Wednesday night before 2,003 fans at Everett Memorial Stadium.

The 20 hits are a league-wide season-high for the AquaSox, who broke their own mark set Tuesday night at Salem-Keizer.

Bobby Honeyman went 5-for-5 with a pair of doubles and two runs. Josh Stowers was 3-for-5, and Ryan Garcia was 2-for-5 with a homer and three RBI. Jansiel Rivera and Cal Raleigh also homered and drove in three runs each.

Everett (5-4, 25-22) exploded for eight runs in the bottom of the third as the first nine hitters collected base hits.

Nick Rodriguez led off with an infield single, and Rivera followed with a two-run home run. Charlie McConnell and Honeyman both singled, and Raleigh followed with a three-run home run — his first dinger at home and third overall.

Stowers singled and Garcia followed a two-run home run to right-center. Connor Kopach singled and Ryan Ramiz followed with a double — Everett’s ninth straight hit. Kopach scored on a sac fly by Rivera, and Everett took an 8-1 lead into the fourth.

Everett added two more in the fourth. Honeyman led off with an infield single and Raleigh followed with a double off the wall in left-center. Garcia singled in Honeyman, and Kopach walked with the bases loaded to force in Raleigh.

Boise got two back in the seventh. LeeMarcus Boyd led off with a double and two outs later Luke Morgan walked. Danny Edgeworth followed with a triple to score both and cut Everett’s lead to 10-3.

Boise took a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning. Willie MacIver led off with a double and scored on a sacrifice fly by Cade Harris.

Cody Brown (1-0) earned the win for Everett with four innings of six-hit, two-run relief. He fanned five and walked one.

The teams resume their series Thursday at 7:05 p.m.

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