The Tri-City Dust Devils remained tied for first place in the Northern Division on Monday night despite dropping a 7-5 decision on the road against the Vancouver Canadians in Northwest League play.
The Dust Devils came into the game tied for first place in the North Division with Everett. Spokane defeated the AquaSox 3-2 in 10 innings. Tri-City fell to 8-10, leaving them in a three-way tie for first along with Everett and Vancouver.
Denzel Richardson, Sean Dwyer and Josh Fuentes each had two hits for the Dust Devils, who play in Vancouver today at 7:05 p.m. before starting a three-game set Wednesday at home against Spokane.
Franklin Barreto had a home run for the Canadians, who are also 8-10.
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Sam Moll took the loss in relief for Tri-City.