Offensive woes continue as AquaSox lose their fifth straight

Everett manages just four hits in a 5-1 loss to the Tri-City Dust Devils

PASCO — Henry Henry allowed just three hits over five innings as the Tri-City Dust Devils beat the Everett AquaSox 5-1 in Northwest League baseball action Monday night.

The AquaSox have lost five straight and dropped a game below .500 at 12-13.

Henry (2-1) picked up the win. He struck out seven and walked one.

Tri-City got on the board first in the fourth inning when Luke Becker hit an RBI triple and then scored on a ground out by Chandler Seagle.

Everett, which had been shut out in its previous three games, tied the contest in the fifth when Charlie McConnell hit a sacrifice fly, scoring Nick Rodriguez to make it 2-1.

The Dust Devils tacked on three runs in the seventh to put the game away.

Everett starting pitcher Jheyson Caraballo (3-1) suffered his fist loss of the season. He pitched four innings, allowing four hits and two runs. He struck out three and walked one.

Rodriguez had a double and two singles as he accounted for three of Everett’s four hits in the game.

With the win, Tri-City improved to 4-2 against Everett this season.

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