MUSKEGON–The end of the regular season did not go well for the Mona Shores baseball team on Friday night at historic Marsh Field.

The Sailors fell to Grandville, 6-0.

Despite knocking out seven base hits and having three players hit by pitches, the Sailors were unable to score any runs.
On two occasions, the Sailors loaded the bases, but could not plate a run.
The Sailors did not have anyone with more than one hit, and seven different players had hits.
Brady Recknagel took the loss on the hill for the Sailors, allowing four runs on six hits and striking out two.

Mona Shores takes a 23-8 record into its pre-district game with Grand Haven at home at 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Mona Shores’ Brady Recknagel starts off the game for the Sailors. Photo/Eric Sturr

Ethan Ring fields the grounder at third. Photo/Eric Sturr

Jaxon Huffman takes the toss from Bryson Belanger to make the run-down put out to complete a Sailors double play. Photo/Eric Sturr

Zack Keessen attempts the sliding catch in left field, but the ball pops free. Photo/Eric Sturr

Ethan Ring applies the tag late on a steal. Photo/Eric Sturr

Trevor Cunningham pitches in relief for the Sailors. Photo/Eric Sturr

Brady Recknagel turns the double play after a feed from Jaden Thomas. Photo/Eric Sturr

Zack Keessen races to make the catch in short left field. Photo/Eric Sturr

Bryson Belanger tracks down the fly in foul territory. Photo/Eric Sturr