Brown, Stowers carry AquaSox to win over Canadians

Josh Stowers leads the offense and Cody Brown hurls five scoreless innings in Everett’s 9-3 victory.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Josh Stowers had two hits and scored two runs, and Cody Brown hurled five scoreless innings as the Everett AquaSox topped the Vancouver Canadians 9-3 on Friday.

Brown (2-4) allowed three hits while striking out two and walking one to get the win.

Everett started the scoring in the first inning when Bobby Honeyman hit an RBI single and Ryan Garcia hit a sacrifice fly.

The AquaSox later added two runs in the second, three in the third, and two in the eighth to secure the victory.

Randy Pondler (5-5) went 1 2/3 innings, allowing four runs and four hits in the Northwest League game. He also struck out one and walked three.

Everett improved to 8-4 against Vancouver this season.

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