More ex­plo­sive of­fense

The Daily Herald - - SPORTS - Her­ald staff

Eric Filia, David Greer and Austin Gre­beck each pound out four hits in the AquaSox’s 17-1 rout of the Hawks,

BOISE, Idaho — It’s be­come a fa­mil­iar theme for the Everett AquaSox over the course of the sec­ond half of the North­west League sea­son — an early of­fen­sive firestorm, fol­lowed by steady pitch­ing and a con­tin­ued on­slaught on the score­board.

Four Sox bat­ters posted fourhit days in a 17-1 thrash­ing of the Boise Hawks on Tues­day night, as Everett im­proved to 41-29 over­all and 22-9 in the sec­ond half of the sea­son.

On this night it was an RBI sin­gle by Kris­tian Brito, a tworun sin­gle by David Greer and a dou­ble steal that re­sulted in a four-run first in­ning for Everett, a lead which was never chal­lenged.

Reg­gie Mc­Clain im­proved to 3-3 on the sea­son af­ter hold­ing the Hawks to one run on seven hits in six in­nings of work.

Greer, Eric Filia and Austin Gre­beck each had four hits, com­bin­ing to go 12-for-18 at the plate with six runs scored and five driven in.

Everett will tan­gle with Boise again on Wed­nes­day night, with first pitch sched­uled for 6:15 p.m.

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