Lopez brothers Zachary, left, and Gabe threw no-hitters 10 minutes apart April 30. Gabe was an ace for the Cascade High School junior varsity baseball team and Zachary dazzled for Everett Little League’s Cardinals majors division team. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Lopez brothers Zachary, left, and Gabe threw no-hitters 10 minutes apart April 30. Gabe was an ace for the Cascade High School junior varsity baseball team and Zachary dazzled for Everett Little League’s Cardinals majors division team. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett brothers throw simultaneous no-hitters

Both Gabe and Zachary Lopez threw no-hitters on April 30 for their respective baseball teams.

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