Brewers chugging along nicely in mixed slo-pitch

Undefeated Banner Landscaping team in first place in Tier 1

 

 

 

Banner Landscaping Brewers won both their games last week to run their record to 6-0 in Tier 1 of the Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch League.

Silvio Alberti and Duane Hemming went 4-for-4 as the Brewers knocked of the Heaters 13-6. Cinta Alberti and Val Schultz went 3-for-4 while Mike Meeres and Jose Ruiz played solid infield defence as the Brewers trashed Sunlife Slammers 25-6.

The Mariners smoked Whistle Stop Madness 17-3 to move into second place. Courtenay Kia also won both games last week, beating the Beachwood Café Ducks 11-5 and trouncing Balls Deep 20-7. Rhonica Osmond homered for the Ducks as they outlasted the Heaters 16-14.

Tier 2

The Nissan Titans moved into a first place tie with the idle Wild as they squeezed by Peanut Gallery 16-15. The Wrecks had an easier time with the Peanuts as they won 17-8. Mission Possible Shockers zapped the Angels 19-6.

Tier 3

The VIIC Vikings are no longer unbeaten as they lost 11-6 to The Steamers despite a round tripper from Mike Espey. The Steamers also outscored the Rats 17-12 to move into a first place tie with the Vikings.

Dereck Gjesdal banged a grand slam as the Vikings crushed Applesauced 22-4. The Dirty Birds spanked the Wankees 21-3 while the Wankees and Elks Zombies played to a 12-12 draw.

Tier 4

Billy D’s Dodgers dropped their first game of the year falling 14-9 to G & G Instigators. RPM Electric Blue Thunder swept both games of a doubleheader 9-8 against Merit Home Furniture Cruisers and 21-7 over C.V. Marine Misfits.

Calm Batters remained unbeaten as they edged the Komox Grind 10-9. Ed Tickner hit a grand slam for the Pacers but it wasn’t enough as they fell 15-12 to the Coco Loco’s.

Tier 5

Major Malfunctions moved into first place as they destroyed the previously unbeaten Tuls 19-6. Major Ballers beat the Swingers 13-8. Jordan Laverdure hit a pair of homers and Simon Pinfield one as the EZ Ryders doubled the Contenders 16-8. The T-Birds knocked off the Slippery Kittens 12-7.

A reminder to all teams to report all scores and ratings win or lose by Friday of the same week you played. A total of four games weren’t reported at all this past week.

 

– Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch League

 

 

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