Men’s slopitch season underway in the Comox Valley

The mixed slopitch season has ended and the men’s and ladies slopitch seasons have begun.

In men’s Tier 1 action last week, West Coast Grinders crushed the Heaters 4.0 21-6  and followed that up with a 10-4 win over Solo La Puntita.

Madman McKay Jays edged Seeco Slammers 15-13 then ran over the Avengers 15-2. The Slammers rebounded by trouncing Heaters 4.0 18-3 while La Puntita doubled the Avengers 18-9.

In men’s Tier 2, CV Marine Misfits allowed only three runs as they took down The Danny Glovers 11-1 and followed that up with an 18-2 thrashing over the Coco Loco’s.

Weavers Leather Ballbuster also won both games 11-7 against KNB Steamers and doubled Rennie’s Rascals 18-9.  Rennie’s were 13-5 winners over the Coco Loco’s and KNB Steamers rolled over Danny Glovers 16-4.

 

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