Tuesday baseball roundup: Mona Shores plates 30 runs in a doubleheader sweep over Muskegon

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The Mona Shores baseball squad cruised to a 16-0 and 14-0 shutout wins over Muskegon in O-K Green Conference action on Tuesday.

In Game 1, Brady Rose pitched the win, tossing three perfect innings while striking out seven batters.

Diego Pena led the offense with a home run and two RBIs. Aaron Piasecki collected a pair of hits, while driving in a pair of runs. Rose added a hit and an RBI.

In Game 2, Jaxon Huffmann picked up the win, allowing only a hit and striking out nine hitters in five innings of work.

Kaleb Wilburn led the offense driving in three runs. Mark Konecny drove in a pair of runs, while Pena collected a pair of hits and an RBI. 

The Sailors improved to 8-5 overall, and 5-3 in conference play.

LAKES 8 CONFERENCE

LUDINGTON 6-10, WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 3-6-The Orioles picked up a sweep of a twin bill in Lakes 8 Conference play on Tuesday night. 

In Game 1, Brad Mesyar picked up the win, throwing seven innings, allowing three hits on five hits, while striking out seven hitters.

Jacob Irelan had three hits and drove in two runs, while Wilson Gunsell added a pair of hits and drove in a run for the Orioles.

Cole Crabtree took the mound for the Warriors recording six innings pitched, allowing five runs on five hits while striking out three hitters. Caleb Kozal drove in two runs, while Samuel VanOrman drove in one run.

In Game 2, Irelan pitched the win, tossing four innings while allowing three unearned runs on two hits while striking out two hitters.

Gabe Hogenson led the offense with three knocks and two runs driven in. Ty Wincheski also had a pair of hits. 

Sam Sipe toed the rubber for the Warriors, allowing seven runs on nine hits in six innings of work. Sam Liggett recorded three hits. Micah TerHaar picked up a pair of hits, and two RBI’s, while Mason Goorman added a pair of hits. 

The Orioles improved to 7-6 overall and 3-2 in Lakes 8 Conference play.

MUSKEGON CATHOLIC 10-8, MANISTEE 0-3-The Crusaders won a pair of Lakes 8 games on Tuesday. 

In Game 1, Navarre Klint picked up the win, pitching five innings allowing three hits while striking out eight hitters.

Klint helped his own cause at the plate, collecting three hits, and driving in three runs. Tom Kartes and Gabe Johnson also added three hits apiece. 

In Game 2, Kartes and Sam Convertini combined to allow two runs on three hits.

Dewey Madoff had a pair of hits, while Nick Powell recorded a hit, while driving in two runs. 

The Crusaders improved to 6-3 overall, and 4-1 in conference play.

O-K BLUE CONFERENCE

FRUITPORT 4 HOLLAND CHRISTIAN 3– Aaron Sander drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to lead the Trojans to a walk off victory on Tuesday. 

Cody Matuz started the game for Fruitport, pitching 5 ⅓ innings allowing no runs, while striking out 11 batters.

Brady Weck picked up the win in relief.

Sander led the offense with four hits, while Austin Wilson and Cody Nash recorded two each.

Game 2 was suspended due to darkness in the 4th inning with Holland Christian up by a 3-2 margin.

C.S.A.A

KENT CITY 2-7, HOLTON 1-10 – Kent City and Holton split a doubleheader on Tuesday in C.S.A.A action.

The Eagles were led offensively in Game 1 by Troy Atwood and Ryan McCuaig with a hit and a run scored, while Ryan Darling added a hit.

Kyler Larson tossed the win in the opening game, allowing zero runs on two hits while striking out 17 batters in seven innings.

Kent City was paced in a losing effort in Game 2 by Larson with two hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Brant Fahling added a hit and two RBIs.

The Eagles are now 4-4 on the season and 2-2 in league play.

FREMONT 15-5, GRANT 2-4 – The Packers took two games in a C.S.A.A doubleheader on Tuesday night, defeating Grant 15-2 and 5-4 in the nightcap.

Drew DeBlake, Ty Spickerman, Michael Baden, Jon Mellema and Payton Mansfield each had an RBI in Game 1.

Mansfield tossed the victory in the opening game, allowing two runs on two hits in 4 1/3 innings, while striking out 11 batters.

The Packers were paced offensively in Game 2 by Mansfield and Logan Nelson with two hits each.

Jaxon Deur earned the Game 2 victory, allowing four runs on five hits while striking out eight hitters in six innings.

WEST MICHIGAN CONFERENCE

RAVENNA 5-13 WHITEHALL 3-3-The Bulldogs sweep the Vikings on Tuesday night in West Michigan Conference action. 

In Game 1, Adam Nutt picked up the win, pitching five innings allowing five hits. Steven Cook recorded the save with two innings of work on the mound.

Owen Scott had a pair of hits while driving in a run, while Thomas McCullough drove in a run. 

Christian Smolen suffered the loss in the opening game for Whitehall, allowing five runs on six hits while striking out six batters in five innings. Aiden Raymond went 2-for-4 at the plate.

In Game 2, Travis May picked up a win, turning in four innings pitched allowing only one hit.

Nick McMahon had a pair of hits, while driving in two runs, while Brandon McFarren and Adam Nutt drove in two runs apiece.

Whitehall’s Ryne Christensen took the loss in the nightcap, allowing seven runs on six hits in 2 2/3 innings. Smolen and Cayden Ritchie each collected a hit.

The Bulldogs improved to 5-3 overall, and 4-2 in league play.

SHELBY 8-8, HART 4-1 – The Tigers picked up a pair of West Michigan Conference wins in a doubleheader sweep on Tuesday.

In Game 1, Lalo Garcia allowed two hits while striking out 10 batters. Joseph Hayes and Logan Claeys each had two hits to lead Shelby offensively.

Claeys and Hayes combined to pitch a one-hitter during the nightcap. Matt Oberlin led the Tiger offense with three hits in Game 2, while Claeys added two.

MONDAY NIGHT

BEAR LAKE 9-7 PENTWATER 1-2-The Falcons drop both games of a doubleheader on Monday night. 

In Game 1, Blake Bringedahl pitched five innings, allowing seven runs on eight hits while striking out seven batters. Jonny Arnouts finished the game, recording two innings pitched allowing two runs and striking out two hitters. 

In Game 2, Malichi Bigsby pitched three innings, while Kaleb Brown threw the final five innings.

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