'Nadoes work OT to snap losing skid.


AUGUSTA, N.J. - The bats finally came alive for Worcester as the Tornadoes scored four times in the top of the 10th inning to snap a five-game losing streak with a 11-7 win over the Sussex Skyhawks.

Former David Prouty standout Vinny Pennell had the biggest of Worcester's 18 hits. He lined a two-out, two-strike pitch just inside the first base bag for a double, scoring pinch runner Heath Keel and Jeff LaHair. The Tornadoes added two runs, on a single by Garrett Olsen and a double by Carlos Sosa.

Worcester catcher Alex Trezza went 4 for 6, including a pair of doubles and his sixth home run of the year, while knocking in four runs. Teammate Chris Colabello also had four hits, scored three runs and drove in two.

The win avoided a meltdown by Worcester, which took a 7-2 lead in the eighth. Reliever Chris Anderson gave up four runs on four hits in two-thirds...

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