Madman McKay’s Jays bounce back from first loss to crush Coco Loco’s

Men's Slopitch League leaders also knocked off Seeco Slammers 11-8

The Madman McKay’s Jays rebounded from their first Men’s Slopitch League loss by hammering the Coco Loco’s 28-4 and stopping Seeco Slammers 11-8 last week.

The S&M Swingers were surprised by the Avengers, falling 16-13. Solo La Puntita won both of their contests, 16-4 over Smokin’ Woody’s and 7-3 against Weavers Leather Ballbusters.

CV Marine Misfits fell 13-2 to KNB Steamers and were also beaten 11-5 by the Avengers.  West Coast Grinders haven’t reported scores for their last three games.

– Men’s Slopitch League


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