Brewers move into first place in Tier 1

Action continues in Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch League

 

 

 

 

 

 

Banner Landscaping Brewers took over first place in Tier 1 of the Comox Valley Mixed Slo-pitch League with a convincing 26-5 trouncing over Balls Deep last week.

The Sunlife Slammers dropped their first game of the season as they fell 13-11 to the Mariners. The Mariners also knocked off the Heaters 14-11 to move closer to the leaders. Courtenay Kia trounced the Heaters 23-5.  The Beachwood Café Ducks were 15-9 winners against Whistle Stop Madness.

Tier 2

The Wild took over first place as they beat Berard’s Plumbing 17-5 while the previously unbeaten Nissan Titans were nipped 11-10 by Mission Possible Shockers. The Angels bounced Berard’s 19-8 and Applebee’s Average Joes were all over the Peanut Gallery 17-3.

Tier 3

ViiC Vikings remain the only unbeaten team in Tier 3 as they outlasted the Brew Jays 22-14. Ryan McCotter belted two homers for the Vikings. The Steamers moved into second spot with a pair of wins as they hammered the Elks Zombies 20-2 and beat the Wankees 13-5. Applesauced also won both of their games, nipping the Dirty Birds 16-15 and doubling the Zombies 14-7. Despite homers by Tim Girard and Darren Berg in the same inning, the Oyster River Rats lost 12-11 to the Brew Jays.

Tier 4

Billy D’s Dodgers ran their record to 5-0, sweeping a doubleheader 17-13 against the C.V. Marine Misfits and doubling Komox Grind 20-10. Calm Batter also remain undefeated as they nipped Merit Home Furniture Cruisers 6-5. G & G Instigators split a pair of games, beating up on the winless Pacers 21-6 but dropping a close 13-11 decision to RPM Electric Blue Thunder. The Misfits trounced the Coco Loco’s 22-8 and Komox Grind got their first win of the season 17-4 against the Pacers.

Tier 5

Two unbeaten teams faced off in Tier 5 and the Tuls were 12-10 winners over EZ Ryders. The Tuls also knocked off the Swingers 19-8. The Malfunctions remain undefeated as they beat up on the Swingers 20-3.

 

 

 

 

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