Four mixed slopitch teams remain undefeated

Four Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch teams remain undefeated following play last week.

Sauced stopped the Renegades 9-4 and doubled the Loose Cannons 6-3 to take over top spot in Tier 1. VIIC Vikings outscored Banner Landscaping Brewers 15-12.

Average Joes split a pair, falling 10-7 to the Brewers and edging the Renegades 10-8. The Slammers won their first game of the season 19-9 against the Loose Cannons.

In Tier 2, Weavers Leather Ball Busters played to a 10-10 tie with the Batterz and doubled the Bandits 18-9 to remain in first place. The Grind edged the Wrecks 7-6 and played to a 16-16 draw with the Auto King Royals.

Randomz had a good week, winning their first game of the season 16-15 against the Malfunctions and playing to a 5-5 draw with the Bandits. The Malfunctions won 10-6 over the Royals and the Wrecks were 14-9 winners against Batterz.

In Tier 3, the Avengers remained unbeaten as they just got by Peanut Gallery 10-9 and blasted the Benchwarmers 15-0. The Benchwarmers took care of the C.V. Marine Misfits 18-6.

Creative Orthodontics Contenders outscored the Elks Zombies 23-10 but fell 10-9 to the EZ Ryders. The Tuls doubled the Misfits 10-5 while the Peanuts crushed the Zombies 21-6.

In Tier 4, the Brew Crew kept their perfect record intact, hammering 1.3.3 18-3 and knocking off Rennie’s Rascals 15-7.  Slippery Kittens kept pace with a 17-8 win over the Mavericks and 17-6 against White Spot Legends.

Coco Loco’s remained winless, falling 21-6 to the Ballers and 15-13 to 1.3.3,

giving 1.3.3 their first win of the season. The Rascals got by the Legends 12-8.

 

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