Prep baseball roundup: Mona Shores scores a total of 38 runs, sweeps Muskegon

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The Mona Shores baseball team scored 38 runs on Tuesday during its doubleheader sweep.

The Sailors cruised past Muskegon 23-0 and 15-0 in an O-K Black Conference twin bill.

Pitchers Connor Vallie and Drew Moss each tossed a no-hitter for Mona Shores.

In Game 1, Vallie went three innings allowing three walks.

Brady Rose was very productive at the plate for Mona Shores, going three-for-five with five RBI’s while Reid McAvoy added three RBI’s.

Moss struck out five while just walking one in Game 2 for the Sailors. Caden Broersma drove in three runs.

MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL 12, NEWAYGO 10- The Crusaders got off to a quick starting with an 8-2 lead after two innings.

The Lions battled back however and tied the game up at 10-10 at the end of the fifth frame.

The Crusaders bats warmed up in the 6th as they knocked in their game winning runs.

Josh Holden and Max Price each tallied three hits while Convertini added three RBI’s. Convertini also earned the win on the mound, pitching two scoreless innings.

JENISON 4-10, FRUITPORT 3-0 – The Trojans lost in seven innings in Game one of the twin bill, then were held scoreless during the nightcap.

Jerod Avery went four innings allowing three runs and striking out three in the opener, while Nick Kleinhecksel, Kam Sweet and Aaron Sander each had an RBI.

ZEELAND EAST 6-8, REETHS-PUFFER 3-0 – The Rockets led 3-1 in the second inning in Game 1 before allowing five unanswered runs.

Jason Ledford paced Reeths-Puffer offensively during the opener with two hits.

In Game 2, Carson Aerts and Kaden Edwards each had a hit for the Rockets.

NORTH MUSKEGON 4-6, SHELBY 3-4 – The Norsemen led 4-2 through two innings of play in Game 1 and managed to hold on for the win.

Billy Lowe picked up the win in the opener, allowing no earned runs on four hits while Jesse Cooke and Marcus Lane each had two hits.

Brenden Moat picked up the win going 5 1/3 innings, allowing three hits and striking out 10. Alex Cutler led the Norsemen at the plate with three RBI’s.

The Norsemen improved to 3-1 on the year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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