Coco Loco’s chalk up first win in Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

Due to the May long weekend, there were only two nights of play in the Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch League last week.

In Tier 1, Banner Landscaping Brewers edged the Renegades while Average Joes edged the Slammers 14-12.

In Tier 2, Weaver’s Leather Ball Busters remained unbeaten trouncing Randomz 16-2. Auto King Royals nipped Batterz 14-13 and the Malfunctions got by the Wrecks 11-10. The Grind won handily 21-9 over the Bandits.

In Tier 3, the Avengers were 14-10 victors over EZ Ryders. The Tuls doubled Creative Orthodontics Contenders 10-5. Peanut Gallery were 9-5 winners against C.V. Marine Misfits while the Benchwarmers were easy 17-8 winners against Elks Zombies.

In Tier 4, Brew Crew remained on top  despite a 5-5 draw with the Ballers. Rennie’s Rascals doubled up on the Slippery Kittens 8-4. Coco Loco’s got their first win edging the White Spot Legends 10-8 and the Mavericks were 16-7 victors over 1.3.3.


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