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Feb. 26, 2010

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By Brett Maikowski
Southeast Missouri State Sports Information

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Junior Logan Mahon (1-0) pitched five scoreless innings, while striking out five to lead Southeast (2-2) to a 5-0 shutout victory over IPFW (0-4) Friday afternoon at Capaha Field. Junior Taylor Heon led the offensive effort for the Redhawks with a hit and two RBI.

From the starter to the bullpen, Southeast pitched a nearly flawless game. Mahon threw three full innings before allowing a single hit. During that span, he struck out three, while allowing a walk. When Mahon left the game in the fifth inning, he had only given up two hits to the Mastodons, the only two for the game.

Juniors Jacob Wente and Brad LaBruyere followed Mahon and each pitched two innings. Neither of them allowed a single runner on base. Wente struck out three, while LaBruyere struck out two.

On the offensive side, the Redhawks scored in each of the first four innings. Junior Michael Adamson touched home plate first in the first inning after Junior Ky Burgess hit an RBI single up the middle.

Junior Taylor Heon brought in the next run in the second off a two out RBI single to left field following a pair of walks by Sophomores Kody Campbell and Kenton Parmley.

In the third, junior Louie Haseltine grabbed his second RBI of the year after driving in Senior Jim Klocke, who doubled earlier in the inning.

Parmley and Heon finished up the scoring for the Redhawks in the fourth inning after hitting back-to-back sacrifice fly balls. Heon now has a total of five RBI on the year, one shy of Klocke.

IPFW went three up, three down in five of the nine innings and only reached base a total of five times. The only time the Mastodons threatened to score happened in the fourth and fifth innings when they had one hit and one walk in each inning. Mahon took care of the remaining batters though after throwing a pair of strike outs and causing Cory Miller to ground out into a double play during the two inning span.

Game two of the three game series will take place tomorrow at 1 p.m. Senior Kyle Gumieny is set to take the mound at Capaha Field.

 
 

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