Madman Mckay’s Jays flying high in men’s slopitch

Madman Mckay’s Jays knocked off first-place West Coast Grinders 17-13. but despite being unbeaten in Men’s Slopitch play they are tied for second with two games in hand. The Jays also pounded Weavers Leather Ballbusters 23-11.

In other action last week, the West Coast Grinders pounded the Avengers 20-3 in their other game. S&M Swingers nipped Seeco Slammers 9-8 and crushed the CV Marine Misfits 19-3 to remain in a tie for second place.

Solo La Puntita split their games, winning 16-4 over KNB Steamers but falling 14-9 to the Slammers. The CV Marine Misfits kept the Coco Loco’s winless 9-5 and KNB Steamers were 11-5 victors over the Ballbusters. Avengers vs. Smokin’ Woody’s did not report their score.

– Men’s Slopitch

 

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