The Langley Junior Blaze earned a doubleheader split on Saturday in Victoria.
The U16 baseball team pounded the host Victoria Mariners 13-2 in the opener at Henderson Park before Victoria turned the tables and won the rematch 4-0.
Langley leads the B.C. Junior Premier Baseball League with a 20-3 record.
The first game saw the Blaze score four runs in the first inning and then seal the deal with an eight-run seventh inning.
Ryan Lipsombe and Thomas Sloan drove in two runs apiece while five other players — Danny Hollins, Nick Laflamme, Kevin Sengara, Devon Bird and Josh Geerts — had one RBI each.
Nick Evans improved to 7-0, coming within one out of a complete game.
The second game saw the Blaze strand four base runners as they were shutout 4-0. It marked the first time Langley failed to score a run.
The Blaze host the Coquitlam Redlegs tomorrow (Wednesday) at McLeod Park. Game time is 6:30 p.m.