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The first-place AquaSox won a tightly contested series. Plus, 2 more Everett players were promoted.
Connor Hoover and Justin Lavey both homer and the AquaSox beat Eugene 7-6 in the series finale.
Everett snaps a brief two-game losing streak with a 5-4 win over Eugene.
Everett falls behind by seven runs early and closes to within a run before losing to Eugene 10-9.
Jake Anchia homers twice, but Everett’s bullpen falters late in an 11-9 defeat.
Everett’s offense bounces back after a quiet first game and slugs three home runs in the nightcap.
Cade Marlowe drives in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning in Everett’s 5-4 victory.
First-place Everett won 5 of 6 over Vancouver and is sending 4 more players up to Double-A Arkansas.
Everett walks in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th and falls 7-6 to Vancouver.
Jake Anchia’s 6 RBIs in the first 2 innings lead first-place Everett to an 8-3 win over Vancouver.
Jack Larsen blasts 2 homers and the first-place AquaSox win 8-2 for their 21st victory in 27 games.
Stephen Kolek tosses 5 strong innings and Everett hits 3 triples in a 6-2 victory over Vancouver.
Cody Grosse hits a go-ahead single in the top of the 11th to give Everett a 6-5 extra-inning win.
Everett split its 6-game series with Tri-City, 3 players moved up to Double-A Arkansas, and more.
The 2020 2nd-round pick was 2nd in the High-A West in batting average and 4th in slugging percentage.
Everett pounds out 10 extra-base hits and beats Tri-City 11-8 to split the 6-game series.
Jack Larsen draws the game-winning free pass in the bottom of the ninth to lift Everett to a 4-3 win.
Bellingham H.S. alum Austin Shenton led the High-A West in slugging percentage and extra-base hits.
In a game that featured 10 total home runs, Everett’s comeback comes up short in a 9-8 loss.
Everett rallies with five runs in the sixth inning and beats Tri-City 9-4.