Marysville native gets 1st pro hit in AquaSox’s loss

Trent Tingelstad went 1-for-3 at the plate, but Everett fell 7-2 in Boise.

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BOISE, Idaho — Trey Jacobs, Joe Aeilts and Bladimir Restituyo each had three hits, as the Boise Hawks beat the Everett AquaSox 7-2 on Tuesday.

Jacobs tripled and singled twice, scoring a run and also driving one home. Aeilts singled three times, scoring two runs.

Everett went up 2-0 in the sixth after Austin Shenton scored on a wild pitch, but it was all Hawks after that.

Boise answered in the bottom of the inning, scoring three runs to take the lead for good. Jacobs and Restituyo hit RBI singles in the frame, and the Hawks tacked on four more runs in the eighth.

Jesse Stinnett (1-0) got the win with 11⁄3 innings of scoreless relief while Matt Martin (0-1) took the loss in the Northwest League game.

Marysville native Trent Tingelstad went 1-for-3, singling in the top of the first inning for his first professional hit.

He also recorded an outfield assist in the game, throwing out Trey Jacobs at the plate from left field for the last out of the fourth inning.

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