Banner Landscaping Brewers only undefeated team in mixed slopitch

 

 

 

Banner Landscaping Brewers remain the only undefeated team in Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch after posting a pair of wins in Tier 1 play last week. The Brewers outscored the Renegades 17-11 and handed the VIIC Vikings a 12-7 loss.

The Elks Speedy Devils won their first game of the year, 13-12 over Auto King Royals, but also fell by the same score to Loose Cannons. The Slammers were 11-7 winners over the Cannons.

In Tier 2, Sauced outlasted the Bandits 18-14 and nipped the Wrecks 10-9 to take over top spot. Average Joes and the Malfunctions played to a 14-14 draw.

Calm Batters dropped both their games, 17-5 to the Wrecks and 12-10 to Sapporo Randomz. The Randomz lost a close one to the Bandits 12-11. The Joes pummelled Randomz 17-2.

Elsewhere, Weavers Leather Ball Busters finally were beaten, 8-5 by Komox Grind, but still remain atop the Tier 3 standings. The Busters crushed onethirtythree 21-0. The Benchwarmers moved to within a game of the Ball Busters with a 17-9 win over the C.V. Marine Misfits and were 12-2 victors over the Contenders.

The Grind doubled the Rats 10-5. The Rats responded by nipping Peanut Gallery 10-9. The Peanuts were also outscored 19-17 by the Elks Zombies. Zombies were 8-5 winners over the Misfits. The Tuls split their games as they were blown out 23-1 by the Contenders but squeezed out a 5-4 win over onethirtythree.

In Tier 4, The Avengers were also handed their first loss, 9-5 by EZ Riders. Slippery Kittens got by the Riders 14-12. Avengers stopped the Coco Loco’s 14-4. The Loco’s outscored Michael’s Mavericks 20-15.

The Mavericks fell 18-17 to the Brew Crew. Graham Slam were 15-5 winners over the Legends despite a three-run homer by Jason Fowler. The Ballers crushed Scared Hitless 23-6 and thrashed the Legends 17-8. The Kittens were 19-7 winners against Graham Slam.

 

– Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

 

 

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