BLACKMONDAY'S ADAM SILVERSTEIN peeks around defender Kevin Elmore of the Huckstables to see his passing options in Ultimate Frisbee league action with the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club.

BLACKMONDAY'S ADAM SILVERSTEIN peeks around defender Kevin Elmore of the Huckstables to see his passing options in Ultimate Frisbee league action with the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club.

BlackMonday, Ultomatoes win Ultimate titles

Comox Valley Sports & Social Club spring league wraps up in style

It was seasoned champion vs. upstart challenger in both finals of the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club’s 12-team Ultimate Frisbee League Monday night, with both sides scoring decisive victories.

The juggernaut BlackMonday squad put the finishing touches on a fourth consecutive championship in the A Tier with a 15-9 win over a depleted Huckstables squad, who may have provided a closer battle without a few nagging injuries taking their toll.

Meanwhile, the Ultomatoes rose to victory in the B Tier with an exciting 15-10 win over the three-time champion Discs of Hazzard in a game that featured many momentum-altering big plays.

A Thousand Monkeys captured third spot in the A Tier with a 15-11 win over the Frisbeasts, while the Hornets finished in third in the B Tier with a 15-8 defeat of Warhorse. Wrapping up the final spots in B Tier were Game of Throws 2.0 in fifth spot with a 15-10 win over Disc in a Box, and the Grease Balls in 7th with a 15-9 win over the Total Discheads.

Registration is open until Monday for all of the CVSSC’s co-ed summer leagues, including ultimate Frisbee, flag football, soccer, two beach volleyball leagues and slo-pitch. Teams, small groups and individuals can all find out more information about all of the leagues and register online at www.comoxvalleysports.ca, or contact Scott at 250-898-7286 and scott@comoxvalleysports.ca with any questions.

 

– Comox Valley Sports & Social Club

 

 

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