Loose Cannons hold Banner Landscaping Brewers to 20-20 tie

Action heating up in all four tiers of Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

Banner Landscaping Brewers had their perfect season stopped by the Loose Cannons as they played to a 20-20 tie in Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch Tier 1 play last week.

The Brewers defeated the Auto King Royals 16-11. Slammers kept pace with the Brewers, winning 18-11 over the Renegades and 16-11 over the VIIC Vikings. The Vikings fell to the Cannons 16-13 while the Elks Speedy Devils edged the Renegades 19-18.

In Tier 2, Average Joes knocked off their closest rival Sauced 18-12. The Joes also pounded the Bandits 22-9. Sauced crushed Sapporo Randoms 25-7.

The Wrecks won a pair, 17-12 against the Malfunctions and 17-10 over the Bandits. The Calm Bandits manhandled the Malfunctions 16-9.

In Tier 3, the Benchwarmers won twice to move into a first-place tie with Weavers Leather Ball Busters. The Benchwarmers stopped Komox Grind 15-8 and nipped the Rats 15-14.

The Ball Busters smoked the Contenders 19-2. The Grind responded with a 24-9 win over 1.3.3. Felicia Greaves hit a pair of triples and Gwen Johnston doubled while Nathan Check homered as the Elks Zombies zapped the Contenders 18-10. The Zombies also shut out 1.3.3 19-0.

Peanut Gallery won both of their games, 14-12 against the C.V. Marine Misfits and 16-5 over the Tuls. The Tuls also dropped a 10-6 decision to the Rats.

In Tier 4, the Avengers won a pair, 22-13 over Graham Slam and 28-6 over the Legends. The Ballers beat the Brew Crew 23-11 and downed the Slippery Kittens 23-10.

Michael’s Mavericks surprised EZ Riders 15-7 but fell 18-17 to Graham Slam. The Kittens clawed the Legends 16-3.

– Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

 

 

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