Baseball roundup: Mona Shores shuts down Fruitport in league action

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The Mona Shores baseball team blanked Fruitport 3-0 on Thursday in an O-K Black Conference game.

Connor Belanger dominated on the mound to lead the Sailors (7-4, 3-0) to the win. He threw a complete game with three strikeouts and allowed only four hits.

Austin Flores, Max Spagnuolo and Tyler Campbell all had two hits for Mona Shores. Parker Tawney took a tough-luck loss, allowing just two earned runs over six innings while striking out eight.

NON-LEAGUE

PENTWATER 17-7, MASON COUNTY EASTERN 0-0 – The Tigers dominated both ends of a conference doubleheader on Thursday to improve to 5-3 overall and 4-0 in the conference.

Glenn Miller struck out eight batters in a Game 1 win. Austin Hoffman had three hits to lead the way. Miller, Billy Sproul, Iain Stewart, Max Stoneman and Jacob Veine all had two hits.

Stoneman got the win in the nightcap with six strong innings. He also struck out eight batters. Miller and Stoneman had three hits each, while Veine had two.

MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL 8, MONTAGUE 1 – Riley St. Amour shut down the Wildcats to lead MCC to victory on Thursday. St. Amour struck out nine and issued just one walk.

Max Price had three hits, including a double, to lead MCC. Carson St. Amour, Josh Holden, and Heath Cory each added two hits.

Remington Schneider hit a double for Montague.

SHELBY 5-11, OKEKEMA 4-5 – The Tigers improved to 4-5 overall with a pair of non-conference wins Thursday. Shelby scored a run in the 7th inning to take the opener and had the bats rolling throughout to take Game 2.

Matt Felt led the offense in Game 1 with a double and three RBIs while Kristain Oberlin, Nick Felt and Cody Devries all had hits.

Hayden Best pitched a complete game in the nightcap to earn the win. Oberlin and Matt Felt each had two hits. Best and Simon Payne drove in two runs apiece.

RAVENNA 7, HOLTON 1 – The Bulldogs outhit Holton by an 11-3 margin to earn a win Thursday. Ravenna is now 5-4 (4-0) on the season.

Matt Johnson picked up the win on the mound, pitching five innings, striking out five and allowing just two hits.

Brendan Redding led the Bulldog offense with three hits. Caleb McCullogh, Nick Lieffers, and Kevin Ritz each had two hits, including a double for each.

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