Banner Landscaping Brewers tied with Sauced for top spot in Tier 1 of mixed slopitch

Banner Landscaping Brewers have rallied and are now tied for first place in Tier 1 of Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch.

Last week, the Brewers knocked off Sauced 17-9 and Sauced played to a 17-17 draw with the Slammers, giving both teams 12 points.

The Renegades are also moving up in the standings after crushing the Slammers 14-6 and hammering the VIIC Vikings 22-4. Average Joes split a pair, nipping the

Loose Cannons 10-9 but getting doubled 10-5 at the hands of the Vikings.

There is also a tie for first spot in Tier 2 as the Malfunctions doubled the Grind 17-7 and followed

that up with an 18-9 victory over the Batterz.

Weaver’s Leather Ball Busters were beaten for the second time, falling 18-10 to Auto King Royals. The Ball Busters rallied to beat the Wrecks 13-4 to remain in a tie with the Malfunctions for first spot.

The Bandits won a pair as they took down the Batterz 11-4 and dropped the Royals 12-4. Randomz dropped a pair, 11-7 against the Grind and 11-4 to the Wrecks.

In Tier 3, The Avengers ran their record to 9-0 as they handled the C.V. Marine Misfits 9-4. Their game

with the Tuls was not reported.

EZ Ryders split a pair, falling 9-6 to Elks Zombies but getting by the Benchwarmers 9-8. The Zombies were edged by the Misfits 13-11.

The Peanut Gallery won both of their contests 12-4 against the Tuls and 15-7 over Creative Orthodontics Contenders. The Benchwarmers got by the Contenders 8-6.

The Brew Crew remained unbeaten in Tier 4, hammering the Coco Loco’s 20-6 and just getting by

Michael’s On Main Mavericks 7-6. The Mavericks destroyed White Spot Legends 19-1 but

the Legends rallied for their second win outlasting 1.3.3 15-12.

Rennie’s Rascals won both of their games, 11-8 over the Ballers and 19-12 against Coco Loco’s. The Slippery Kittens split a pair, with a convincing 19-3 trouncing of 1.3.3 but a 13-8 loss to the Ballers.

 

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