Boise beats AquaSox 11-10 on walk-off single

Everett’s Connor Hoover hit a pair of home runs in a wild game to end the Sox’s road trip.

Associated Press

BOISE, Idaho — LJ Hatch hit a walk-off single with one out in the ninth inning, as the Boise Hawks beat the Everett AquaSox 11-10 on Monday.

Daniel Jipping scored the game-winning run after he reached base on a walk and advanced to third on a single by Hatch.

The Hawks scored one run in the seventh before Everett tied the game 10-10 in the ninth when Josh Stowers scored on an error.

Reliever Jefry Valdez (1-0) went one inning, allowing one run and two hits while striking out two to pick up the win. Nolan Hoffman (0-1) allowed one run and got one out in the Northwest League game.

Cade Harris homered and tripled, driving home four runs in the win. Jipping doubled twice, scoring four runs.

For the AquaSox, Connor Hoover homered twice, driving in three runs and scoring a pair.

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