Mixed slopitch season underway

Speedy Glass Devils open with big 23-7 win over Sunlife Slammers

The Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch season got underway this past week. In Tier 1 Speedy Glass Devils crushed the Sunlife Slammers 23-7.

Banner Landscape Brewers got by the Renegades 16-12. Ducks Gone Wild nipped the Mission Possible Shockers 12-10 while the Cumberland

Hotel Lucky Dawgs were 10-3 winners over the Ramrods.

In Tier 2 play Average Joe’s won easily 14-5 over the VIIC Vikings and stopped the Benchwarmers 13-8. Sauced trampled the Calm Batters

11-1 and nipped the Peanut Gallery 14-13. The Vikings scored often in a 23-13 win over the Peanuts and the Loose Cannons won handily 19-6 over the Calm Batters.

The Ball Busters stomped the Rats 22-6.  The Zombies were 20-11 winners over C.V. Marine Misfits. The Comox Grind were 15-10 winners over the Malfunctions while the Contenders got by the Wrecks 11-8 in Tier 3 play.

In Tier 4 play the Tuls won both of their contests, doubling the Tee Box Ballers 12-6 and beating Weavers Leather EZ Ryders 14-10. The Ballers rebounded with a 20-6 thrashing over the Coco Loco’s.

Walkers Optional split a pair of games, winning 11-7 against the Avengers

but falling 14-12 to the Slippery Kittens. The Pacers got by the Kittens 7-6 but dropped a 10-8 decision to the Avengers. One other Tier 4

contest saw the Ryders clobber the Loco’s 17-4.

– Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch


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