Jr. Blaze pitcher Terrell Rogers fires one at Langley Premier batter Jayden Knight during the Sunday midget AAA championship final. Note: a previous version incorrectly identified the pitcher. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Langley versus Langley at AAA championships

Junior Blaze take the championship


Langley Times

It was an all-Langley final at the 2017 Baseball BC Midget AAA Championships on Sunday at McLeod Athletic Park in Langley.

The Langley Junior Blaze, led by tournament MVP, Tommy Kreitz (.688 avg), emerged as the champions, defeating the Premier Blaze 5-1.

The Junior Blaze’s team batting average was .362 and team ERA was 2.72.

With the victory, the Junior Blaze will now represent B.C. at the 2017 Baseball Canada National Championships in London, Ont.


Premier Blaze pitcher Colby Ring winds up during the Sunday midget AAA championship final. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

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