Errors cost AquaSox in 3-0 loss at Hillsboro

Everett managed just three hits against 2 Hops pitchers in the loss.

Associated Press

HILLSBORO, Ore. — Deyni Olivero allowed just one hit over five innings, and Tyler Holton was also effective on the mound, as the Hillsboro Hops shut down the Everett AquaSox in a 3-0 win on Monday.

Olivero (6-1) struck out seven and walked two to get the win.

In the sixth inning, Hillsboro went up 1-0 on a single by Andy Yerzy that scored Kristian Robinson. The Hops scored again in the eighth when Joe Gillette hit an RBI single and Robinson scored on an error.

Matt Martin (3-2) went five innings in relief of Juan Then, allowing three runs and four hits. He also struck out six and walked three. Then allowed three hits in three scoreless innings in his return from a lengthy spell on the bereavement list.

The AquaSox were held scoreless for the third time this season, while the Hops’ staff recorded their seventh shutout of the year.

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