Slopitch streaks snapped

Mariners finally lose a game, Woodys finally win a game

A couple of streaks came to an end in Tier 1 Men’s Slopitch League play this past week.

Darryl Robbins CGA Mariners’ unbeaten streak was snapped as the West Coast Grinders came through with a 12-9 win. Smokin’ Woodys also ended a streak, winning their first game of

the year 13-11 over Madman McKay Jays.

The Mariners clobbered the Woodys 20-4. The Grinders also defeated the Jays 22-17 to move into second place. Seeco Slammers knocked off the Watson & Ash Grabbers 19-14 and crushed the Woodys 21-6.

Devin Douglas homered for Madman as they won 16-5 against the Ash Grabbers.

The Griffin Ball Busters had a good week as they moved into first spot in Tier 2 play. The Griffin hammered the Coco Loco’s 22-4 then stopped the Misfits 8-2.  They finished off with a 14-11 win over the Holdups.

The Steamers pasted the Misfits 28-4. The Outlaws were 21-11 victors against the Coco Loco’s while the Loco’s and Holdups played to a 1-1 draw in the rain.

– Men’s Slopitch League

 

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