Brewers take lead in Tier 1 slo-pitch

Banner Landscaping team beats Lucky Dawgs and Mission Possible Shockers

Banner Landscaping Brewers dropped Lucky Dawgs 10-3 and stopped Mission Possible Shockers 13-2 to take over first place in Tier 1 of Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch.

Speedy Glass Auto Devils split a couple of close games, falling 13-12 to Ducks Gone Wild but getting by the Lucky Dawgs 9-8. Sunlife Slammers won a pair of games, 14-5 over the Renegades and 9-3 against Ramrod. The Shockers were 13-8 winners over Ramrod while the Renegades beat the Ducks 11-7.

There is a three-way tie for first spot in Tier 2. VIIC Vikings won a doubleheader 21-6 over Billy D’s Benchwarmers and scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to edge Calm Batters 17-16. The Vikings were also 13-8 winners over Peanut Gallery to be one of the teams tied for first.

Average Joe’s split their games last week as they were crushed 26-6 by Sauced but rallied for a 15-2 pasting of the Benchwarmers. Loose Cannons only played one game as they stopped the Peanuts 15-11 to also claim a share of first. Sauced also trampled Calm Batters 21-4.

The Wrecks finally lost a game but remain in first place in Tier 3.  The Wrecks were beaten 15-11 by the Griffin Ball Busters but came back to beat C.V. Marine Misfits 14-8. The Malfunctions got by the Misfits 15-12 but were surprised by the Rats, falling 13-11.

The Rats also beat the Zombies 10-6 for their third straight win. The Contenders fell 15-6 to Komox Grind but nipped the Zombies 12-10. The Ball Busters got by the Grind 13-12.

The Pacers made things more interesting in Tier 4 as they played to a 14-14 draw with the TULS and were 11-6 losers to the Tee Box Ballers. They are now leading by only one point over the TULS who beat Walker’s Optional 13-8.

The Coco Loco’s scored nine runs in the top of the seventh for their first win of the season, 19-17 over the Slippery Kittens. Kelly drove in six runs for the Kittens as she belted a grand slam and a two-run double. Jordan smacked three homers for the Loco’s in their win.

Weavers Leather Ez Ryders also won a pair of games, 19-11 against the Kittens and 15-4 over the Avengers. The Ballers also defeated Walker’s 12-7 and the Avengers outscored the Loco’s 22-10.

– Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch


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