Slopitch teams refuse to lose

Mariiners, Steamers remain undefeated in men's league action

 

 

 

Darryl Robbins CGA Mariners had a couple of close games this past week but continued to remain the only unbeaten team in Tier 1 Comox Valley Men’s Slopitch.

The Mariners were behind most of the game but rallied to beat Madman Mckay Jays 8-7.  Seeco Slammers gave the Mariners a good game but fell 12-10.

Watson & Ash Grabbers won both of their games easily to stay one game behind the Mariners. The Grabbers pounded Smokin’ Woodys 26-9 and tripled the West Coast Grinders 15-5.

Other action saw the Grinders out-hit the Slammers 18-13 and Madman Mckay Jays outscore Smokin’ Woodys 21-14.

In Tier 2, the Steamers stopped the Coco Loco’s 10-7 to remain undefeated. Their other game with the Holdups was not reported.

Griffin Ball Busters beat the Outlaws 19-9 andhammered the Coco Loco’s 28-5. The Holdups defeated the Misfits 17-8.  Travis hit the winning home run for the Outlaws in the seventh to get by the Misfits 11-10.

 

– Comox Valley Men’s Slopitch

 

 

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