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Offense Shows Big Play Capability in Spring Scrimmage Saturday

Offense Shows Big Play Capability in Spring Scrimmage Saturday

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CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Southeast Missouri's offense scored 28 points and showed plenty of big play capability Saturday in the team's second intrasquad spring scrimmage at Houck Stadium.

Southeast had three passing touchdowns, which covered 30 or more yards. The Redhawks added their final score on a 21-yard touchdown run by Levi Terrell.

Kyle Snyder again looked sharp at quarterback, completing 7-of-11 passes for 113 yards and three touchdowns. Snyder hooked up down the middle of the field twice with Spencer Davis. Davis hauled in touchdown passes of 30 and 31 yards, respectively.

Snyder also threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to D.J. Foster.

Terrell ran down the far sideline and broke several tackles on his way to the end zone during his impressive 21-yard TD run. He finished with 63 yards on three carries, averaging 21 yards per rush.

Davis made a game-high four receptions for 84 yards, while Foster followed with three catches.

Quarterbacks Scott Lathrop and Zach Levy took snaps, as well. Lathrop completed 4-of-4 passes for 34 yards and Levy completed passes on 2-of-3 attempts.

The offense registered 297 yards of total offense on the day.

Defensively, Blake Peiffer had eight tackles and Joey Lohmann chipped in seven to lead the way. In addition, Joey Kolan scooped up a fumble and was on his way to the end zone when the play was whistled dead. Kolan's return would have likely gone for 50 yards.

Southeast enters its final week of spring drills Monday morning at Houck Stadium. The Redhawks will then conclude workouts with their annual spring game and spring party on Apr. 28.

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