Boise Hawks fall short of sweep at first-place Salem-Keizer


KEIZER, Ore. - The host Volcanoes rocked Hawks starter Loiger Padron for seven runs in the second inning, and the Hawks were prevented from moving a game behind Salem-Keizer for first place with an 11-3 loss Wednesday night.

Padron gave up six hits, walked three and struck out two, and Corbin Hoffner allowed four runs on seven hits in 3[0xb7] innings. Justin Marra had two RBIs for Boise (11-9), which scored all of its runs in the third, and Jacob Rogers went 2-for-3. David Bote drove in the other run. Sam Eberle hit two home runs for Salem-Keizer (14-6).

The Hawks host Tri-City in a five-game series starting Thursday night.

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