The Sailors came out swinging, scoring 35 unanswered points in the first half.
Mona Shores signal caller Mark Konecny had as good of a day anyone can hope for. The senior QB compiled 216 yards on 8 of 11 passing, rushed for 96 yards, including three touchdown runs.
Demetri Roberson led the Sailors’ receivers, making four catches for 116 yards, including a 94-yard TD strike to start the game’s scoring.
Elijah Johnson rushed in a pair of first-half touchdowns for Mona Shores.
KeWaun Farnum had an impressive 69-yard TD punt return in the 3rd quarter and also recovered a fumble for the Sailors.
Mona Shores defense was effective the entire night as Jaylen Vinton recorded an 80-yard pick-six. David Frederick had seven tackles, CJ Ivy made six tackles and Jeff Lenardowicz pulled in a fumble recovery and had three tackles.
The Sailors visit Detroit King for a Week 2 showdown and won’t play on their home surface until Week 4 on September 17.