Slainte survives scare in third win

Slainte survives scare in third win

  • Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:17am
  • Sports

Just three teams remain undefeated as men’s rec softball entered the third week of the season.

The three unbeaten teams are Slainte, Inglorious Batters and Odds & Ends.

Slainte rolled past BOF, 17-4, then outlasted the 86ers in a heavy hitting slugfest, 28-27.

WEEK 2 RESULTS

Monday, June 10

Odds& Ends 17 – R Gang 11

Slainte 17 – BOF 4

Kracken 18 – Prestige 15

86ers 29 – Banana 8

Thursday

Slainte 28 – 86ers 27

Odds& Ends 17 – Kracken 11

BOF 24 – Agate 9

Inglorious Batters 6 – R Gang 2

STANDINGS

Group 1

Slainte 3-0

Agate Asphalt 2-1

BOF 2-1

86ers 1-3

Banana Sluggers 0-3

Group 2

Inglorious Batters 3-0

Odds & Ends 3-0

Kracken Ballz 1-3

R Gang- 1-2

Prestige Worldwide 0-3

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