Speedy Glass Devils getting the job done

Pair of wins puts team in first place in Tier 1 of Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

A pair of wins last week moved Speedy Glass Devils into first place in Tier 1 of Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch.

The Devils knocked off Mission Possible Shockers 15-11 and Banner Landscaping Brewers 14-10. Murray Bailey homered for the Devils against the Brewers.

Brittnay homered for the Brewers as they defeated the Sunlife Slammers 13-6. The Slammers rebounded with their first win of the year 9-8 against the Shockers. Ramrods won a pair of games 8-6 over Ducks Gone Wild and 11-6 against the Renegades. Cumberland Hotel Lucky Dawgs nipped the Ducks 16-14.

In Tier 2, Average Joes and Loose Cannons remained unbeaten. The Joes shut down the Peanut Gallery 10-1 while the Loose Cannons won 13-9 over the VIIC Vikings and got by Sauced 14-13 to move into a tie for first.

Billy D’s Benchwarmers stopped the Calm Batters and played to a 5-5 draw with the Peanuts. The teams combined to turn five double plays. The Vikings rebounded from their loss with a 13-2 drubbing over the winless Calm Batters.

In Tier 3, the Ball Busters ran their record to 3-0 just getting by the C.V. Marine Misfits 10-9 and got by the Zombies 8-6. Komox Grind also remained unbeaten as they outscored the Rats 22-19 and played to a 14-14 draw with the Zombies.

Contenders split a pair of games, losing 13-11 to the Malfunctions and squeaking by the winless Rats 12-11. The Wrecks also beat the Rats 12-11 and got by the Malfunctions 11-8.

In Tier 4, three teams are tied for the top spot. Walker’s Optional nipped Weavers Leather EZ Ryders 11-10 and trounced the Coco Loco’s 13-4. The Tuls were 15-11 winners over The Avengers but were knocked out of the unbeaten ranks 14-9 by Slippery Kittens.

The Kittens played the Tee Box Ballers to a 14-14 tie.  The Ballers outlasted the Avengers 20-15. The Pacers hammered the Coco Loco’s 20-3 and doubled the EZ Ryders 12-6 to put themselves in a tie for first place.

– Comox Valley Mixed Slopitch

 

 

 

 

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