The Cyclones get back on the winning path

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The Cyclone skid is over!

After ending a 10-game winning streak and then promptly going into skid that saw them drop five games out of their last six, the Clones finally put together a gutty win on Wednesday night that brought their record back up to 18-6

Williamsport 3
Cyclones 4

Wednesday, July 15, at Keyspan Park

The Brooks got on the board first, scoring a single run on an error.

After falling behind 2–1, the Cyclones stormed back in the fifth, putting up a deuce on RBI singles by Angel Berroa and Sam Honeck.

Another run was tacked on in the sixth after a Ralph Henriquez double and a groundout.

That run was no mere insurance, as the pesky Crosscutters added a run in the ninth.

Starter Brandon Moore was his commanding self, though he did give up two earned runs in his eight innings. Then again, he also struck out nine.

Posted 12:30 am, July 16, 2009
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