Blue Jays cool off Blaze

Langley U18 baseball team sees six-game win streak come to an end

The North Delta Blue Jays ended the Langley Blaze six-game winning streak, sweeping a doubleheader on Saturday at Mackie Park.

The Blue Jays won 4-3 and 9-4 as Langley saw their record in the B.C. Premier U18 Baseball League fall to 9-3.

Langley forced extra innings in the first game with a pair of runs in the top of the seventh and then took the lead 3-2 with one run in the top of the eighth. But North Delta forced another extra inning with one run in their half of the eighth and then won the game in the ninth on a Blaze error.

Travis Leclair and Brendan Halstrom had the Langley RBIs.

Parker Logan was tagged with the loss after allowing a pair of earned runs over 1.2 innings.

The second game saw Langley ahead 3-0 early before North Delta scored two runs in the second, four in the fourth and three in the sixth for the 9-4 win.

Hayden Jaco drove in two runs and Jesse Unger had one RBI in the loss.

Cooper Misic took the loss, allowing six runs — three earned — over 3.1 innings.