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Stan Skakalski get the win in today's first game
Stan Skakalski get the win in today's first game
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March 17, 2004

Box Score

Cape Girardeau, MO - Central Michigan began chipping away at the lead in the ____ inning and almost pulled off the win. Southeast gave the ball to closer Brad Smith in the 7th inning to finish off the game. Smith gave up one run in the seventh, but managed to hold off the threat for Southeast.

Frankie Montiel, in addition to starting the onslaught in the second, went two for three in the game and walked only once.

Stan Skakalski, after a great start, gave up four runs on seven hits, walking three batters. Skakalski, a senior out of Jamestown, Pennsylvania, came away with his first win of the season. Junior Brad Smith picked up his first save on the season, after acquiring three wins prior to today. Smith has been the Indian's most effective pitcher thus far.

Southeast is now 5-8 on the season and looks to take game two later today. Southeast's next game will be Friday at 1:00 p.m. against the S.W. Missouri Bears. Southeast will play S.W. Missouri the next three games at Capaha park. All games begin this weekend at 1:00 p.m.


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