Sunlife Slammers split mixed slo-pitch games

Fall to Mission Possible Shockers, defeat Ducks 16-14 in Tier 1 action







Speedy Auto Glass Devils moved into a temporary tie for first with Banner Landscaping Brewers in Tier 1 of Comox Valley Mixed Slo-pitch  as they defeated the Brewers 10-7 and blasted the Renegades 19-8. The Brewers played another game but the score wasn’t reported.

The Lucky Dawgs outlasted the Mission Possible Shockers 20-15 but forfeited their game to the Ducks Gone Wild. The Sunlife Slammers split a pair, losing 15-9 to the Shockers but getting by the Ducks 16-14. One other game had Ramrod knocking off the Renegades 14-3.

In Tier 2, Average Joe’s stopped the Peanut Gallery 11-6 and dropped the Calm Batters 10-3 to remain in a tie for first. The Loose Cannons split a doubleheader as they were thrashed 15-2 by the VIIC Vikings but rebounded by nipping Sauced 19-8. The Cannons pounded Billy D’s Benchwarmers 20-9 to remain tied for first with Average Joe’s.

The Vikings also beat Sauced 12-8 winning their sixth straight game as they are challenging the leaders. Calm Batters recorded their second win as they outscored the Benchwarmers 18-15. The Peanuts also knocked off the Benchwarmers 16-6.

Elsewhere, the Wrecks look unstoppable in Tier 3 as they narrowly got by the Malfunctions 9-8 and just beat Komox Grind 18-16. The Malfunctions came back with a 16-11 win over the Zombies.

C.V. Marine Misfits split a pair, losing 17-7 to the Griffin Ball Busters but rebounding with an 18-14 win over the Rats.  The Rats won their first game of the season, nipping the Contenders 13-12. The Contenders also rebounded with a 12-3 win over the Ball Busters. The Zombies outlasted the Grind 18-15.

In Tier 4 the Pacers continued their good play, trouncing the Coco Loco’s 22-6 and getting by Weavers Leather EZ Ryders 10-7 for a three-point lead atop the standings. The TULS remained within striking distance, just squeaking by the Avengers 14-13 and also beating the Slippery Kittens 14-10.

The Kittens just got by the Tee Box Ballers 17-16. Braden Bennett hit a pair of homers, with the second winning the game for the Avengers 9-8 over the Ballers. Walkers Optional split a pair, dropping a high-scoring 21-20 decision to the Ryders but coming back for an 18-6 win over the Loco’s.


– Comox Valley Mixed Slo-Pitch



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