Mariners, Seeco Slammers undefeated

Top teams keep on rolling in men's slo-pitch league action

 

 

 

The Mariners ran their Comox Valley Men’s Slo-Pitch Tier 1 record to a perfect 6-0 with a pair of wins last week.

The Watson & Ash Grabbers fell 18-16 and Smokin’ Woodys were beaten 15-7 by the Mariners. The West Coast Grinders also captured a couple of games to move into second spot. The Grinders were 11-2 winners over Woodys and clobbered the Outlaws 20-6.

The Outlaws got their first win of the year as they beat Sauced 19-8.  Sauced rebounded with an 18-2 win over the Heaters. One other game was a 12-12 draw with Woodys and the Ash Grabbers.

Meanwhile, Seeco Slammers ran their record to 5-0 in Tier 2 play. Glenn Mcauley went 4-4 as the Slammers

doubled the Jays 8-4. Jeff Baulne hit a pair of homers and Silvio Albertti chipped in with one as the Slammers steamrolled the Steamers 28-11.

The Ballers kept the Cruisers winless edging them 8-7 and the Coco Loco’s embarrased the Misfits 25-4.

League standings in Scoreboard, B10.

– Comox Valley Men’s Slo-Pitch

 

 

 

 

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