Twisters shatter hit mark.


RAMAPO, N.Y. - Alex Trezza hit for the cycle yesterday as the Worcester Tornadoes set a franchise record for hits in a game for the second time this season in an 18-2 victory over the Rockland Boulders at Provident Bank Park.

Trezza had five hits for Worcester, completing the cycle with a three-run homer in the seventh inning. The catcher also had a single, two doubles and a triple in a 5-for-6 day.

Ryan Lobban (3-0) pitched six innings and earned his second win in a Tornadoes uniform this season. The left-hander struck out four, walked five and allowed eight hits and two runs, one earned. Sean Gregory, Nick Serino and Rick Asadoorian each came on for scoreless innings of relief.

Worcester, which lost to Rockland, 8-2, Monday, scored six runs with a two-out rally in the second yesterday. Nick Salotti led off with a single, but was cut down after Ryan Crespi grounded into a double play. Anthony Sosnoski started the rally with a solo home run, then Cameron Monger tripled.

Alex Nunez made it 2-0 with a single, then Abraham Nunez singled and both runners advanced to scoring position on a passed ball.

Chris Colabello drove them in with a single to make it 4-0 and Mark Minicozzi hit a two-run shot to...

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