The Redhawks got the scoring going early as they plated one in the first on a Navedo single to score Spina. They went to work in the third inning scoring 4 runs from a pair of RBI singles from Navedo and Lemley. Ian Velez then smoked a ball off the left field wall that would score Lemley and Roebuck. Roebuck then hit a ball over the wall in left then the scoring was rounded out in the 6th with a Lazor double to score Elmo Trickett.
Regis Sauer (3-0) earned his 3rd win of the season as he hurled 4 scoreless innings yielding only 3 hits while fanning 2. Anthony Romano picked up the save, throwing 3 innings allowing 4 hits and a run to give the Redhawks a 9-1 victory.
The Redhawk offense was spraying the ball all over the field recording 12 hits. Four different Redhawks recorded multi hit games including, Jon Spina, Corey Lazor, Luis Navedo, and Shane Roebuck. Navedo had 3 Runs batted in, Velez had 2 as well, Lazor, Lemley, and Roebuck also added an RBI.
The Redhawks pulled off another win over Waynesburg 6-4 in game two.
Lemley started it off by singling in the first inning to score Spina, but Waynesburg would scratch one across in the bottom half to tie the game. The Hornets took their first lead of the day when Ben Miller hit a solo jack to give them the lead 2-1.
The lead was short as Corey Lazor launched a solo shot of his own to tie the game at 2 in the top of the third. Later in the inning a Ian Velez ground out would plate Navedo to give the Redhawks the lead again. The very next inning Navedo would single to the left side to plate Spina, but a wild throw by the first basemen would allow Lazor to score as well.
A two run homerun by the Hornets would bring the game within one, but David Lemley would respond in the top of the 7th by hitting his 3rd homerun of the season, a no doubter to left, and put the final score at 6-4.
Nick Tunstall earned his first win on the young season by tossing 5 and 1/3 innings allowing 4 runs (3 earned) while striking out 5 hornets. Chris Hanlon threw a scoreless inning of relief, and Cole Cogley pitched out a bit of a jam in the 7th but would prevail to earn his first save of the season.
The Redhawks are back in action Thursday for their Home Opener against Baldwin Wallace at 4:00.