Eugene won its fifth game in the final contest of a pivotal seven-game series.
The split kept Everett reign atop the High-A West standing in tact.
Eugene’s Sean Roby took the first pitch of the bottom of the 9th out of the ballpark to secure the win.
The victory pushed Everett’s High-A West lead to two games over the second-place Emeralds.
The Emeralds scored six straight runs and held off a late comeback.
The 1st-place AquaSox have lost a slew of players over the last month in promotions to Double-A.
Everett falls 11-6 and has dropped three of five games in the high-scoring series.
Everett scores multiple runs on wild pitches and holds off a late rally to beat Vancouver 9-7.
Everett falls to Vancouver 13-12 in a game that features nine doubles, a triple and four home runs.
Everett allows four runs in both the seventh and eighth innings in a 10-4 loss to Vancouver.
Everett puts up crooked numbers in the second and seventh and beats Vancouver 11-6.
The young right-handers and top two pitching prospects in the M’s organization head to Double-A Arkansas.
The Sox lost just their 3rd series of the year, George Kirby returned and J-Rod won an Olympic bronze.
George Kirby turns in a solid outing in his first start in a month and Everett beats Spokane 6-5.
Longtime local prep radio voice Steve Willits has joined Everett icon Pat Dillon in calling games.
Everett struggles on the mound, at the plate and in the field in an 11-3 loss to Spokane.
Cade Marlowe is the 3rd AquaSox player in as many months to receive the award.
Everett coughs up a late lead for the second straight night in a 9-8 loss to Spokane.
Leading by one, Everett gives up four runs in the bottom of the eighth in a 5-2 loss to Spokane.
Everett falls behind behind by nine runs after two innings and stumbles to a 9-1 loss to Spokane.