Mixed slopitch underway in Comox Valley

The mixed slopitch season in the Comox Valley is underway. A total of four tiers, each with seven teams, play each week.

Tier 1 saw the Brewers get off to a 2-0 record as they thrashed the Sofa Kings 15-5 and followed that with a 22-5 victory over the

Malfunctions. The Renegades also got off to a perfect 2-0 start outscoring the Malfunctions 19-14 then knocked off Sauced

15-11. Sofa Kings rebounded with an 18-5 win over the Avengers. Havoc nipped Sauced 18-17.

Tier 2 saw the Benchwarmers get off to a 2-0 start 10-6 against the Grind and got by Average Joe’s 18-17. The Joe’s stopped

Metro Liquor Batterz 17-12 in their other game. Power House Auto Wrecks won easily over Sweet Spot 19-9. Sweet Spot

hammered the Grind 17-3. The Bandits outlasted the Batterz 15-11.

The Contenders got off to a fast start in Tier 3 play as they shut out Rennie’s Rascals 13-0 and followed up with a 17-12

victory over the Mother Truckers. Brew Crew split a pair, winning 16-2 over Trash Pandas and losing 20-19 to the Tuls.

Rennie’s Rascals rebounded from their loss with a 19-15 win over the Tuls. Randomz won their contest 16-9 against

Mother Truckers.

Four teams had unbeaten starts in Tier 4 play. Fluid Ballers were 15-10 winners over the Brew Jays and hammered White Spot

Legends 20-7. Shelter Point Tropics dropped the Legends 14-10 and took down the Coco Loco’s 11-6. The Giants got by the

Brew Jays 13-12 while Pitch Slapped were 12-8 victors over the Coco Loco’s.

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