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Photo by Dean Humphrey

Bligh Madris watches the ball rocket out of Suplizio Field in the sixth inning of Colorado Mesa University’s 6-2 win over CSU-Pueblo on Sunday. The victory clinched a four-game sweep for the Mavericks.

REPEAT PERFORMANCE

Similar results lead to Mesa's four-game sweep pf CSU-Pueblo

PJ Gonzalez knew it was coming.

After Bligh Madris launched a no-doubter into the parking lot Sunday, just as he did Saturday, Gonzalez got plunked on the very next pitch.

“I’m sorry,” Madris said with a grin. “That last one wasn’t even that bad. I got (Saturday’s plunking) on video, yeah, that was pretty bad.”

And just like Saturday, CSU-Pueblo’s pitcher, Kyle Peeler, was warned by home plate umpire Doug Weiss, followed by warnings to both benches.

And just like Saturday, Gonzalez came around to score after wearing a pitch. Madris’ blast, which just missed hitting CSU-Pueblo’s team bus, propelled the Colorado Mesa baseball team to a 6-2 victory and a four-game sweep of the rival ThunderWolves.


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