Brewers lead Tier 1 slo-pitch, Cannons and Vikings top Tier 2

Wrecks still rolling in Tier 3, Pacers first in Tier 4 mixed league action

Banner Landscaping Brewers won both of their games last week, 16-10 over Ducks Gone Wild and 15-8 against the Sunlife Slammers, to sit atop the Tier 1 Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch standings.

Speedy Auto Glass Devils dropped a high scoring 26-17 decision to the Ramrods and narrowly got by Mission Possible Shockers 21-20. The Lucky Dawgs dropped both of their games with an 18-15 win for the Slammers and were outscored 21-17 by the Renegades. The Shockers won their second game of the season 20-11 against the Renegades while the Ducks were nipped 15-14 by the Ramrods.

In Tier 2 The Loose Cannons upset Average Joe’s 14-10 and trounced the Calm Batters 16-4 to pull into a tie for first. VIIC Vikings had their bats working as they bombarded the Joe’s 23-6. Alicia McCotter homered for the Vikings and their ladies combined for at least 15 hits between them in the lopsided win over Average Joe’s.

The Vikings also won a nail biter 13-12 against the Peanut Gallery. Sauced were victors in both of their contests, 15-7 over Billy D’s Benchwarmers and 20-8 over Peanuts.  Average Joe’s rallied in the second game of their doubleheader, winning 15-9 over the Benchwarmers. One other game played was a 12-12 tie between the Peanut Gallery and Calm Batters.

The Wrecks continue to roll in Tier 3 play, getting by the Zombies 10-8 and outscoring the Rats 18-14. The Malfunctions are keeping pace as they edged the Griffin Ball Busters 15-14 and were 16-11 winners over the Contenders.

Komox Grind played a double with the Rats nipping them 15-14 in the first game and doubling them 12-6 in the second.  The Grind were beaten by the C.V. Marine Misfits 13-12 in their other contest. The Contenders were all over the Misfits 23-13 while the Ball Busters were on the losing end again 13-9 against the Zombies.

The Pacers continue to lead Tier 4 knocking off the Slippery Kittens 20-11 and  hanging on 13-10 with the Avengers who rallied after being down 11-1. Chuck Smith pitched his first game ever for the Avengers.

Mike Benjamin belted out a pair of homers including a grand slam and Brayden Bennett Jr. smacked one as well as the Avengers topped Walkers Optional 22-15. Tee Box Ballers were defeated 18-16 by the TULS but rebounded for a 18-7 victory over the Coco Loco’s. Karissa Corner, a pick-up from the Avengers, homered for the Ballers.

Weavers Leather EZ Ryders also won 18-7 over the winless Loco’s. Slippery Kittens won handily 22-12 over Walker’s.

 

– Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch

 

 

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