Several teams remain undefeated in mixed slopitch

The strong got stronger in Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch last week.

Tier 1: Banner Landscaping remaiedn unbeaten, getting by VIIC Vikings 8-5 and handing Loose Cannons their first loss 14-6. The Cannons blasted Kings Royals 15-0.

Sunlife Slammers outlasted the Renegades 16-14 and doubled the Vikings 10-5. One other game saw the Renegades and Elks Speedy Devils play to a 14-14 draw.

Tier 2: Despite not playing Sauced remained in first place.  Calm Batters edged the previously unbeaten Average Joe’s 14-13 but  were knocked off by the Malfunctions 17-8. One other doubleheader had the Wrecks tie the Banditz 9-9 then crush Randomz 25-3.

Tier 3: Weavers Leather Ball Busters appear to be running away from the pack as they improved their record to a perfect 6-0. In their closest game yet the Ball Busters just got by Komox Grind     7-6. The Busters then blasted the Rats 23-1.

The Benchwarmers were 11-6 winners over the Contenders but did not report their other game. Peanut Gallery remained unbeaten as they doubled the Contenders 8-4.

The Tuls split their games, winning 14-4 over One Thirty Three but getting hammered 15-5 by the Elks Zombies. Paul Hatch and Brett Bedford hit homers for the Zombies. The Zombies nipped the C.V. Marine Misfits 14-13. The Misfits also fell 17-12 to the Grind.

Tier 4: The Avengers ran their record to a perfect 5-0 with an 18-12 win over Michael’s on Main Mavericks. Gordon Lund hit a grand slam for the Mavericks. The Ballers handed EZ Riders their first loss of the season 16-14. The Brew Crew outscored the Legends 23-11 while the Slippery Kittens fell 13-9 to Scared Hitless.

 

– Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

 

 

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