Rain a pain for Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

Only three games were played in Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch Tier 1 last week as Thursday’s games were rained out.

The red-hot Renegades pounded Average Joes 18-3 and Banner Landscaping Brewers kept pace with a 16-5 thrashing of VIIC Vikings. Loose Cannons nipped Sauced 10-9.

In Tier 2, the Weaver’s Leather Ball Busters rebounded from their first loss by taking a pair, 15-5 over Randomz and 12-3 over second-place Malfunctions.

The Malfunctions outlasted the Wrecks 17-14. Auto King Royals also won a pair of games, 11-5 against the Batterz and 16-5 over Randomz. The Bandits beat the Grind 15-5. Grind rebounded with a 10-2 win over Batterz.

Tier 3 was also rained out on Thursday. The Avengers clinched first place with a 14-1 romp over EZ Ryders. The Tuls beat Creative Orthodontics Contenders 13-10. Peanut Gallery doubled C.V. Marine Misfits 10-5 while the Benchwarmers nipped Elk Zombies 12-11.

In Tier 4, the Brew Crew suffered their first defeat of the season 12-11 to the Ballers. They rebounded with a 13-9 win over Slippery Kittens.

Rennie’s Rascals took a pair, winning the first 15-12 against the Kittens and followed that up with a 16-2 thrashing of 1.3.3. Mavericks split a pair, falling 13-3 to the Ballers but beating up on 1.3.3 17-4.

The league has rain-out games to play for the next two weeks before heading into playoffs.

 

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