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Fielding Woes Cost Hops in 8-4 Defeat

AquaSox Take Seventh Straight vs. Hillsboro
June 9, 2022

Hillsboro, OR (June 8, 2022) – The Hops came into the game with the best fielding percentage in the Northwest League, but four errors would prove costly in game two against Everett. Ryan Bliss had a pair of doubles, with seven different Hops’ recording a hit in the 8-4 loss.

Gomez Hits Two Home Runs, AquaSox Win 7-1

June 8, 2022

HILLSBORO, OREGON: Dariel Gomez hit his Northwest League leading 10th and 11th home runs as the Everett AquaSox (22-29) won the series opener, defeated the Hillsboro Hops (26-24), 7-1. The AquaSox got on the board early as Gomez followed up an Alberto Rodriguez two-out single with his first home run

Longball Powers AquaSox to 7-1 Win over Hops

Dariel Gomez's Big Night Leads Everett to Win
June 8, 2022

Pictured above is Hillsboro Strength & Conditioning Coach, David Robertson, a military veteran who threw out the ceremonial first pitch on Salute to Service Night. Hillsboro, OR (June 7, 2022) – The Hops were looking to improve their 5-1 home record this year against Everett, but couldn’t get past the

AquaSox Split Double Header in Vancouver

May 7, 2022

VANCOUVER, BC: The Everett AquaSox split a pair of games on Saturday in Vancouver. After dropping the first game 4-0, they came back and took the second game 5-0. With the win, Everett is now 10-15 on the season with one more game remaining in Vancouver before heading to a

Sox Double Down and Double Up Canadians Again, 8-4.

May 4, 2022

Vancouver, British Columbia – It was Star Wars Night at Nat Bailey Stadium and AquaSox Catcher Andy Thomas channeled his inner Luke Skywalker with a heroic 6 RBI night to lead the Everett AquaSox (9-13) to an 8-4 win over the Vancouver Canadians (10-10). Everett struck early as Justin Lavey

Frogs lose in extra innings

April 21, 2022

EVERETT, WA: Fresh off an eight-strikeout game on the road, Adam Macko (pictured above; photo by David Herold) looked to continue his dominance in 2022, this time against the Tri-City Dust Devils and he did just that. Macko allowed a run three batters into the game, however, he settled in