The Lake Elsinore Storm traveled north to take on the Inland Empire Sixty Sixers for a three-game series Tuesday.
With Tim Stauffer starting on the mound for the Storm in a rehab start, the Storm took an early lead, but gave up three runs in the sixth in the 5-1 loss.
Bisson scored and gave the Storm the lead when Tommy Medica hit his 30th double of the season to deep center field.
Bisson went 2 for 4 on the night and has had an impressive first week in August. In the first six games of the month, Bisson has gone 8-for-22 hitting two doubles and a home run, batting .364.
Tim Stauffer went one and two-thirds innings, allowing one run on three hits, but picked up two strikeouts.
The 66ers picked up a run in each of the next two innings by way of a double by Ryan Jones and a triple by Randal Grichuk to take the lead 2-1.
The Storm put two runners on in the fourth and the fifth but was unable to score.
In the sixth, Jett Bandy hit his 17th double to score Grichuk to lengthen the lead. With runners on second and third Drew Heid hit a line drive single to center field, scoring both Bandy and Jones to give the Sixers the 5-1 victory.
Ryan Quigley came in relief in the eighth and pitched two perfect innings, allowing no hits, no runs, and striking out five.
Game two of the series will be Wednesday beginning at 7:05 p.m.
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