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July 10, 2014 / Sports / Brooklyn Cyclones / The Ride

Brooklyn Cyclones 4, State College Spikes 0, July 9 at State College

Cyclones pitchers spike Spikes

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Cyclones 4

State College 0

July 9 at State College

Five Cyclones pitchers combined to shut out the Pickney Division-leading Spikes, and Joe Tuschak had two hits including a homer to lead the Brooks’ attack.

Scarlyn Reyes threw five innings of five-hit ball while striking out three before Luis Mateo, Edioglis Villasmil, Kelly Secrest, and Shane Bay gave up just four hits the rest of the way to cruise to victory.

The Clones got the only run the team needed in the second when Tyler Moore walked and eventually scored on a single by Tuschak.

Brooklyn’s boys tacked on two more runs in the third when Michael Bernal tripled, scoring Amed Rosario and Michael Katz.

Tuschak’s homer capped the scoring in the ninth.

The second-place Cyclones have a rematch with the Spikes tonight at State College at 7 pm.

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