Everett 7, Tri-City 2, final: A quiet ninth for Tri-City, as the Dust Devils drew a walk but that was it.
The AquaSox move to 3-1 on the young season, while the Dust Devils drop to 1-3.
The series concludes at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday at Gesa Stadium.
Everett 7, Tri-City 2, mid-9: Reid works a quick ninth, despite giving up a one-out single.
On to the bottom of the ninth, where the Dust Devils will need a big rally.
Everett 7, Tri-City 2, end 8: That was quick. The Dust Devils go down on seven pitches.
Everett 7, Tri-City 2, mid-8: The Dust Devils' fourth pitcher records two outs on just six pitches, as Taylor Reid came out throwing strikes.
Eric Federico's night is over after a one-out walk. He finishes with the following line: 2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 1 K. He threw 42 pitches, 24 for strikes.
Everett 7, Tri-City 2, end 7: Yafistel Roja tripled to left center scoring Alec Mehrten, who had singled earlier in the inning. It was the only run the Dust Devils got, as reliever Brandon Plotz escaped after striking out Jarod Berggren.
Everett 7, Tri-City 1, mid 7: Eric Federico escapes trouble, striking out Ketel Marte with runners on the corners.
Federico threw 21 pitches, 13 for strikes.
Everett 7, Tri-City 1, end 6: Every time Tri-City looks as though it may start to chip away at its deficit, Everett's Seon Gi Kim bears down.
The right-hander allowed a one-out double, but induced a groundout by Francisco Sosa and then struck out Dillon Thomas looking on the eighth pitch of the at bat. Kim has now thrown 78 pitches, including 53 for strikes.
Everett 7, Tri-City 1, mid-6: The AquaSox tacked on another run, thanks to an infield single, two walks and a wild pitch by reliever Eric Federico. Federico came on to replace Josh Hungerman, who was charged with the unearned run.
Hungerman was pulled after a two-out walk. He threw 2 innings, allowing an unearned run on one hit, with two walks and five strikeouts. He threw 50 pitches with 30 crossing for strikes.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, end 5: Seon Gi Kim is dealing for Everett. He records his first 1-2-3 inning on just 11 pitches, inducing two fly outs.
He has allowed just three hits in the game, throwing 61 pitches including 40 for strikes.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, mid-5th: A good job by Josh Hungerman to keep the Dust Devils within striking distance. After an error and a walk with no outs, Hungerman came back to strike out the side.
He threw 24 pitches, 15 for strikes. Dust Devils need to get the bats going.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, end 4th: Now that was frustrating to watch for the fans. Dillon Thomas draws a one-out walk, so what do Patrick Hutcheson and Alec Mehrten do? Swing at the first pitch and both hit lazy fly outs.
Everett's Kim continues to cruise, throwing just 10 pitches that inning. He is at 50 pitches for the game with 33 strikes.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, mid-4th: Peter Tago must've been on a pitch count, because he mowed down the first two hitters of the inning, but was then pulled in favor of Josh Hungerman.
Tago finished with the following line: 3 2-3 IP, 5 H, 6 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, 1 HBP, 0 HR. He threw 73 pitches, including 46 for strikes. He threw first pitch strikes to 8 of the 18 batters he faced.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, end 3rd: A regular pitcher's duel now. Everett's Seon Gi Kim works around a hit batsman, throwing just 12 pitches to retire Tri-City.
He has thrown 40 pitches in three innings, 27 for strikes.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, mid-3rd: Peter Tago with a big bounce back inning, recording a 1-2-3. He threw 16 pitches, striking out one. He has now thrown 65 pitches in three innings with two strikeouts.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, end-second: A leadoff double by Dillon Thomas is wasted, as Everett's Kim settles down.
Kim threw just 12 pitches that inning, nine for strikes. He has thrown 28 pitches through two innings.
Everett 6, Tri-City 1, mid-second: The wheels fell off for Tago in the second inning. Peter Tago walked two, hit a batter, threw away a pick off attempt, and had two wild pitches.
It all added up to four runs for the AquaSox on just two hits. Tago threw 28 pitches in the inning and has now thrown 49 in his two innings of pitching.
Everett 2, Tri-City 1, end-first: Charlie Blackmon crushed a 1-2 pitch over the right-field fence to pull the Dust Devils within a run.
Everett's Seon Gi Kim gave up one run on two hits with one left on base and no errors. He threw 16 pitches, with nine strikes.
Everett 2, Tri-City 0, mid-first: Tago bounces back inducing a groundout and then picking Everett's Alfredo Morales off of second.
Tago gave up two runs on three hits with no one left on base. He threw 21 pitches, with just 11 crossing for strikes.
Top 1: Not the start that Tri-City's Peter Tago was hoping for. The former first-round supplemental draft pick from 2010 has given up back-to-back RBI doubles, while recording just one out. It's already 2-0 Everett.
6:41 p.m. We're still 30 minutes away from first pitch here at Gesa Stadium, as the Tri-City Dust Devils host the Everett AquaSox in the fourth game of the young Northwest League season.
Everett took the first two games of the series, before Tri-City won its first game of the 2012 season Sunday with a 3-1 victory.
20 Jamodrick McGruder, lf
17 Chris Taylor, ss
35 Taylor Ard, 1b
23 Alfredo Morales, rf
25 Jean Acevedo, dh
24 Marcus Littlewood, c
47 Patrick Kivlehan, 3b
21 Ketel Marte, 2b
13 Michael Faulkner, cf
11 Seon Gi Kim, RHP
4 Yafistel Roja, 2b
49 Charlie Blackmon, cf
40 Derek Jones, rf
30 Jordan Ribera, 1b
29 Francisco Sosa, dh
24 Dillon Thomas, lf
6 Patrick Hutcheson, ss
9 Alec Mehrten, 3b
17 Michael Ramirez, c
13 Peter Tago, RHP