Master Batters take home first Six Nations Slo-Pitch League Iroquois Cup

OHSWEKEN — As outdoor sports re-entered the sphere, in the month on September, the shortened season for the Six Nations Slo-Pitch League began with ten teams vying for the silver trophy of the Iroquois Cup at the Ohsweken ball diamonds.

It was the first inaugural season for the league and by October 25, the season finalized and the league selected top award winners for 2021:

League MVP: (*Men) Travis Martin (*Master Batters), League MVP: (*Women) Jazzy Powless (*Master Batters), Pitcher of The Year: Jacob Adam Skye (*Master Batters), Outfielder of The Year: Layne Smith (*Upper Enders), Infielder of The Year: Adam W Longboat (*RedStix)

The Final Regular Season Standings 2021 finished with 1st: Master Batters 8-0, 2nd: UpperEnders 7-1, 3rd: RedStix 6-2, 4th: Smoke Show 6-2, 5th: Sluggers 4-4, 6th: Hit Talkers 3-5, 7th: Juggernauts 3-5, 8th: Line Crossers 2-6, 9th: One Hit Wonders 1-7, 10th: Dingers 0-8.

On October 30, the league hosted the top four teams for a semi and final with the Sluggers versus Master Batters, and the Redstix at Upper Enders. The Sluggers lost 9-2 to Master Batters, and they moved on to defeat the Upper Enders in the final.

Jace Martin, organizer of the league posted to Facebook: “Huge thanks to all 10 Teams for making our league a success. Next year we will be bigger and better.”

Cutline 1: On October 30, the Six Nations Slo-Pitch League finalized its first inaugural season at the Ohsweken Ball DIamonds. The league hosted the top four teams for a semi and final with the Sluggers versus Master Batters, and the Redstix at Upper Enders. The Sluggers lost 9-2 to Master Batters, and they moved on to defeat the Upper Enders in the final.

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