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Cyclones lose to Bulls in evenly matched battle

By Kevin Knox, 11/08/22, 1:45PM CST


In a battle of evenly matched teams the results ended up in a tie. 21 runs Bulls  21 Runs  Cyclones.  Unfortunately for the Cyclones their numbers weren't distributed correctly and the Bulls had their math game on. Game 1 ended up being the series decider as it was a 1 run affair since the final two games were close but not that close. Game 1 ended 10-9. Story of that game had the 1st inning as the difference in the game. The Bulls managed 3 and the Cyclones went down in order for only the second time all year and it was only the third time all year the Cyclones did not score in the first.  Both teams were neck and neck all the way through the seventh inning. Ending in a 10-9 loss for the Cyclones.

The final 2 games were similar but with each team getting a win. Cyclones 9-4 and the Bulls 7-3. Game 2 was highlighted by bombs into the wind by both Spencer Manz and Chuck Taylor for the Cyclones.

Serious props go out to Ariel Rodriguez and Matt Brumley (Bulls). Only giving up 21 runs over 3 games to these two high powered teams.