MUSKEGON — It was a great day to be a Mona Shores Sailor, who won its own baseball tournament on Saturday.

The Sailors defeated Traverse City St. Francis 13-0 in the opener and Mount Pleasant, 11-1 in the title game. In the other preliminary game, Mount Pleasant defeated Jenison, 3-2.

In the opener, Javanni Johnson pitched a complete game. He allowed four singles, a walk and struck out six.
Jaxon Huffman had a day to remember at the plate for Shores. Huffman belted two home runs and a double, drove in four runs and scored three. Ethan Ring had two hits, two runs scored and one RBI. Trevor Cunningham added two hits, two RBI and a run scored. 
In the championship game, the Sailors’ bats produced 11 runs and Huffman was dominant on the mound. He allowed two hits and one run. He struck out 13.
Huffman, Johnson, and Bryson Belanger each had two hits to pace the Sailors. Cunningham drove in three runs and scored two. Belanger scored three runs. 
The Sailors improve to 10-2 overall.

Pitcher Jaxon Huffman turns in a strong performance in the second game for Mona Shores. Photo/Eric Sturr

Hunter Krueger beats the force out throw to second. Photo/Eric Sturr

Jaden Thomas makes it from second to third on the single. Photo/Eric Sturr

Javanni Johnson pitches a gem in the first game for Mona Shores. Photo/Eric Sturr

Brady Recknagel scoops up the grounder at short. Photo/Eric Sturr

Zack Keesen lays down a bunt. Photo/Eric Sturr

Trevor Cunningham rounds third and puts on the brakes. Photo/Eric Sturr

Jayden Ammeraal slides into home to score ahead of the throw. Photo/Eric Sturr