Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch regular season winding down

Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch is winding down, with only three games remaining to be played.

Banner Landscaping Brewers claimed first spot in Tier 1 by just a game over the hard-charging Renegades. The Brewers destroyed the Slammers 26-0 and took down the Loose Cannons 10-7.

The Renegades were 15-1 victors over the Cannons. Viic Vikings doubled Sauced 14-7 and won by forfeit over the Slammers. One other game had Sauced 18-12 winners against Average Joes.

Weaver’s Leather Ball Busters captured Tier 2 honours finishing off with a 17-10 win over Batterz. The Malfunctions dropped a 7-6 decision to Auto King Royals but still finished in second spot.

The Wrecks got by the Grind 9-7 while Randomz won their second game of the season 15-10 against the Bandits.

The Elks Zombies doubled the Avengers 10-5 but the Avengers still took first place in Tier 3 play. Benchwarmers nipped the Tuls 11-9 to finish in second place. EZ Ryders played the Peanut Gallery to an 11-11 draw.

Brew Crew crushed 1.3.3 24-0 to top the Tier 4 division. Rennie’s Rascals finished off with a 13-1 victory over White Spot Legends to finish in second place. The Mavericks doubled Slippery Kittens 14-7 and the Ballers outscored Coco Locos 20-15.


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