The Muskegon Catholic Central baseball team improved to 18-9 on the season with a doubleheader sweep over Pentwater on Wednesday.

The Crusaders won the opener 7-3. Navarre Klint scattered three hits and struck out eight to get the win in Game 1. Carson St. Amour led the MCC offense with two hits.

MCC completed the sweep with a 9-3 win in Game 2. Heath Cory, Nolan Convertini and Carson Bleicher combined to pitch a three-hitter with nine strikeouts. St. Riley St. Amour had two hits and four stolen bases while Carson St. Amour and Zach Fooks each had two hits.


FRUITPORT 12 MUSKEGON 1 – Lucas Kleyn pitched the win for Fruitport, tossing five innings while only allowing three hits and striking out seven. Luke Hronek, Logan Wadland and Parker Tawney each had two hits for the Trojans. Aaron Blackwell had two hits for the Big Reds.

Fruitport is now 11-15 overall and 8-10 in conference play.

JENISON 3, MONA SHORES 1 – Jenison sunk the Sailors with two runs in the fifth inning. Drew Moss took the loss on the mound for Mona Shores, despite allowing only three unearned runs through six innings.

Connor Vallie had an RBI single for the Sailors, who are now 21-9 overall and 12-5 in the conference.


SPRING LAKE 6, GRAND RAPIDS CATHOLIC 3 – Spring Lake pitcher Connor Saxe tossed all seven innings, giving up only two hits with three walks and two strikeouts. David Rumptz had two hits for the Lakers, scored two runs and had an RBI in the victory. TJ Cunningham had a hit and scored twice.

The Lakers are now 15-10 overall and 11-7 in conference action.


MONTAGUE 8-4, FREMONT 6-5 – Montague won the opener of the non-league twin bill with a five-run sixth inning. Zachary Buchberger had two hits, two RBIs and scored a run, Brennan Schwarz had two doubles and scored a run, and Nick Stever also had a two-run double. Asher Erickson pitched the win for the Wildcats.

Fremont rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to take Game 2. No Packer statistics were avaiable. Luke Marsh had two RBIs for Montague, which is 16-10 on the season.