Banner Landscaping Brewers remain undefeated

Bats are booming in Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch action

Spring is in the air, and so are the high, arcing pitcher’s deliveries in Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch.

Tier 1:  The Loose Cannons had a busy week playing three games winning two and tying one. Cannons and the Sunlife Slammers played to a 16-16 draw.  The Cannons edged the VIIC Vikings 7-6 and won easily 14-6 over the Elks Speedy Devils.

Banner Landscaping Brewers remained unbeaten with a 12-7 win over the Renegades. Kings Royals knocked off the Devils 17-11.

Tier 2:  Three teams remain unbeaten. Sauced won 14-3 over the Banditz and outscored Randomz 15-5.  Calm Batters outlasted Randomz 19-11, running their record to 2-0, while Average Joes won handily over Malfunctions 18-6 and the Banditz 15-6.  The Wrecks won their first game 17-5 against the Malfunctions.

Tier 3:  Weavers Leather Ball Busters remained unbeaten crushing the Tuls 30-2. The Benchwarmers fell 6-2 to Peanut Gallery but blasted Komox Grind 21-4. The Peanuts had their second tie 9-9 with C.V. Marine Misfits. The Rats won both of their games, 18-3 over One Thirty Three and 14-5 against the Tuls.

The Misfits stopped the Contenders 13-2. Nathan Chrcek from the Zombies hit a grand slam, Gwen Johnston a double and Sarah Friesen a triple in a losing game as the Elks Zombies fell 21-12 to the Komox Grind.

Tier 4: The Avengers and EZ Ryders both ran their records to 4-0. The Avengers put down Slippery Kittens 26-9 and stopped the Ballers 15-4. The Riders were 19-9 winners over the Brew Crew and hammered the Coco Loco’s 19-5.

Michael’s Mavericks edged the Kittens 15-13 and played to a 9-9 draw with the Legends. The Coco Loco’s nipped the Ballers 6-5.

Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

 

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