Renegades ruin Brewers’ undefeated record in mixed slopitch

The Renegades handed the Banner Landscaping Brewers their first defeat of the season, 15-11, in Tier 1 Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch last week.

The Loose Cannons beat the Slammers 13-8 and the Renegades 12-7 leaving the Cannons two points behind the Brewers for first place. VIIC Vikings were 20-7 winners over Auto King Royals while the Slammers won easily 21-7 against the Elks Speedy Devils.

Meanwhile, Average Joes dropped Sapporo Randomz 16-11 to take a five-point lead in Tier 2. The Wrecks doubled the Calm Batters 16-8 while Sauced blasted the Malfunctions 25-7.

Weaver’s Leather Ball Busters continued their dominance in Tier 3 with a convincing 20-6 win against the Rats while onethirtythree won their first game of the season 18-16 over the Benchwarmers.

Komox Grind nipped the C.V. Marine Misfits 12-11. The Tuls fell a run short 12-11 to the Elk’s Zombies. Peanut Gallery and the Contenders played to a 7-7 draw.

In Tier 4, the White Spot Legends also recorded their first win 15-8 over the Coco Loco’s. The Legends were beaten by the Brew Crew 15-7. Graham Slam split a pair, winning 15-9 over the Loco’s but were beaten 23-6 by EZ Ryders.

The Ballers also split their games, winning 14-8 over the Ryders but were stopped 12-11 by Michael’s Mavericks. Brew Crew won 17-10 against the Slippery Kittens. The Avengers played two games but failed to report any scores.

 

– Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

 

 

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