EVERETT AQUASOX 6, HILLSBORO HOPS 5 (11 innings)
Friday night at Everett Memorial Stadium
Everett scored two runs in the bottom of the 11th to overtake the Hops, who had never trailed.
The Ems drew two walks, then tied the game on a two-out RBI double by D.J. Peterson and won it when the next batter, Reggie Lawson, brought home Jack Reinheimer from third base on a ground ball mishandled by third baseman Randy McCurry.
It was Hillsboro's sixth error of the game.
WHAT IT MEANS
Hillsboro fell to 0-4 in Class A Northwest League road games.
The Hops trail 1-0 in the five-game series.
Hops starter Ross Gerdeman left after tossing seven scoreless innings, with four hits and two walks allowed and four strikeouts.
Hillsboro's Yogey Perez-Ramos was 3 for 5, and leadoff hitter Taylor Ratliff was 2 for 5.
With one out in the Hops 11th, Ryan Kisella walked. Pinch runner William Castillo went to third on an errant pickoff attempt, then scored on Jordan Parr's sacrifice fly to center field. But the Hops couldn't hold the lead.
Hillsboro led 4-0 after scoring one run in the second and three in the third. Everett rallied with three runs in the eighth and one in the ninth. Taking the loss was Alex Byo (0-1), the fifth Hops pitcher, who went 2/3 of an inning.
Northwest League South
NEXT FOR HOPS
5 p.m. Saturday doubleheader at Everett