Langley Blaze first baseman Daniel Berg waits for the throw as a member of the Victoria Eagles slides back safely during a pick-off attempt in Saturday's game at McLeod Park. Berg had a big game on Tuesday with three hits, two runs and two stolen bases in an 8-2 win over the White Rock Tritons.

Blaze down Tritons, improve to 4-0

Five-run second inning helps Langley defeat White Rock 8-2

Three hits from Daniel Berg and and a pair of RBIs from Quintin Nakamura helped the Langley Blaze Premier team to a fourth straight win to open the season.

The U18 baseball team scored five runs in the second inning on their way to an 8-2 win over the White Rock Tritons on Tuesday at McLeod Athletic Park.

On the mound, Corey Jackson struck out nine and allowed just two hits over five innings. Aiden Mordecai pitched the final two innings, striking out five of the six batters he faced.

Cole Cantelon had an RBI and three runs scored as well as a stolen base. And as a team, Langley swiped nine bases with Berg, Travis Horanski, Rhys Cratty and Yi-Fan Pan each stealing a pair.

Jaron Jeske, Horanski and Cratty drove in one run apiece.

Up next for the Blaze is a four-game set this weekend in Kelowna against the Okanagan A’s.

 

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