Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Arlington tennis player Robbie Balderas worked as AquaSox mascot Webbly this season, and the busy junior also runs a landscaping business.
Plus, GP grad Matt King is named to USA Swimming’s national team, Daniel Arias is waived by the Cardinals and more.
Everett falls 10-2 as Vancouver claims the series 3-1.
In the third shutout of the series, Vancouver tops Everett 1-0 to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five showdown.
Ben Ramirez and Victor Labrada provide early blows and Everett rolls to a 10-0 win to even the NWL championship series at 1-1.
Everett drops the pitchers’ duel 3-0 and is held to just five singles at the plate. Game 2 is slated for Wednesday night.
Here’s a look at how the two teams match up heading into Tuesday’s series opener.
Since his arrival, Young has risen to the top of the M’s prospect rankings and has been a pivotal piece in Everett’s second-half push.
Hogan Windish hits his 22nd homer as Everett rolls to an 8-1 victory over Eugene.
James Parker delivers a walk-off single to lift Everett to a 6-5 win.
Everett’s recent surge results in a playoff berth, but the AquaSox also have a chance to win the NWL’s second-half crown.
Ben Ramirez’s late home run gives Everett the lead and the AquaSox hang on for a 2-1 win to clinch a postseason spot.
The field was deemed unplayable due to wet conditions. A makeup date will be announced at a later time.
Everett continues its second-half surge with a 6-4 win over Spokane.
Hogan Windish and Colin Davis each hit three-run home runs in the big inning as Everett rolls 11-5.
Everett’s steady second half has the team in great position to face first-half winner Vancouver for the Northwest League title.
Hogan Windish and Gabriel Gonzalez power Everett to a 12-5 win.
The recently promoted right-hander strikes out seven in Everett’s 5-2 win.
Harry Ford stays hot, but Everett falls 5-3 to Tri-City.
Everett pounds out 14 hits, including eight extra-base hits, in the victory.