July 11, 2014 / Sports / Brooklyn Cyclones / The Ride

State College 4, Brooklyn Cyclones 1, July 10 at State College

Clones bat relatively silent

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State College 4

Cyclones 1

July 10 at State College

Spikes’ pitchers held the Brooks to just two hits on the night in a disheartening loss.

The Clones were kept off the bases until the third when Tomas Nido singled with one out, but he was erased one batter later on a double play.

State College pitchers threw to the minimum through the sixth, and the only Clones run came in the eighth, when Tyler Moore led off with a triple, and later scored on a Nido ground out.

Brooklyn starter Casey Meisner dropped to 0–2 with the loss, giving up three runs on two its in 4.2 innings of work.

The Cyclones look to win the series tonight at State College. Game time is 7:05.

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