MUSKEGON – The Mona Shores boys lacrosse team took home the trophy at the annual Lumbertown Lax Jam against Reeths-Puffer on Saturday.

The Sailors jumped out early and topped the Rockets, 14-8.

“The event features competitions between our programs at all levels for boys and girls lacrosse and serves as a fundraiser/promotional event for the host program which alternates each year,” said coach Murle Greer.

“The event always finished with a varsity boys’ competition and the winner takes home the coveted “Axe” for a year until the next time we compete.”

Dylan Fett led the way with six goals while JJ Boos, Luke Beilhartz and Brayton Conrad each chipped in a pair.

Andrew Baker had five ground balls and three forced turnovers.

Goalkeeper Parker Hayward stopped 11 shots on the net.

“It was a solid win for us and we were able to use everybody on the team to get the job done,” Greer said. 

Mona Shores (7-1, 5-0) will travel to Hudsonville on Tuesday.

Mona Shores’ Mason Stafford starts the attack. Photo/Eric Sturr

Rockets’ goalie, Gavin Wright, makes a big save on the Sailors’ JJ Boos point blank shot. Photo/Eric Sturr

Mona Shores’ Brayton Conrad scores from in close. Photo/Eric Sturr

Reeths Puffer’s Luke Callender wins possession from the face-off. Photo/Eric Sturr

Dylan Fett scores for Mona Shores. Photo/Eric Sturr

Reeths Puffer’s Kyle Huff carries through midfield, shadowed by Mona Shores’ Andrew Baker. Photo/Eric Sturr

Bruce Latsch (2) celebrates with Kyle Huff after scoring the Rockets’ fifth goal. Photo/Eric Sturr