Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch action heats up

Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch action heated up last week.

Sauced doubled the Slammers 12-6 and upset Banner Landscaping Brewers 17-16 to take over top spot in Tier 1. The Renegades squeaked by VIIC Vikings 13-12 and dropped the Slammers 13-9. Loose Cannons were 12-4 winners against Average Joes while the Vikings stopped the Joes 19-13.

Weaver’s Leather Ball Busters remained unbeaten in Tier 2 play, easily getting past Auto King Royals 14-2 and winning 13-9 over the Wrecks.

Batterz dropped a 10-6 decision to the Bandits but rebounded for a 17-11 victory over the Malfunctions. The Bandits also knocked off the Royals 15-6. The Grind hammered Randomz 24-4 and played to a 13-13 draw with the Malfunctions.  The Wrecks were 14-8 winners over Randomz.

The Avengers ran their record to 3-0 in Tier 3 play, outscoring C.V. Marine Misfits 18-10 and getting by the Tuls 8-5. The Benchwarmers won a pair: 15-13 at Creative Orthondontics Contenders and 14-11 over EZ Ryders.

The Misfits rebounded with a convincing 21-5 win

over the Elk’s Zombies. Peanut Gallery were doubled twice: 10-5 to the Tuls and 6-3 at the hands of the Contenders. EZ Ryders surprised the Zombies 14-4.

A close race in Tier 4 as five teams have four points. Slippery Kittens won 14-5 over 1.3.3 but fell

13-10 to the Ballers.

Rennie’s Rascals beat the Ballers 12-8 and crushed the winless Coco Loco’s 22-9. Michael’s Off Main Mavericks split, winning 14-3 over White Spot Legends but

falling 10-6 to the Brew Crew as Katherine from the Crew belted two home runs.

Brew Crew also took down the Coco Loco’s 18-3 while the White Spot collected their first win 12-3 against 1.3.3.

 

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