Langley Sr Blaze Baseball Club
Langley, BC, Canada
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Sep 21. 12 - New Sr Blaze member Jeremy Filipek selected to play in the 2012 JUCO All-Star game
The Blaze congratulate Jeremy Filipek as he was just selected to play in the 2012 Texas/New Mexico Junior College All-Star game from Sept. 28-29 at Austinís Concordia University. Jeremy has tentatively agreed to join the Blaze in 2013 after being away from Langley for the past couple of years. Jeremy is currently playing at Midland College with current Sr Blaze player Tyler Barlow.
Sep 19.12 - Karl Malecek, Josh Sigurdson and Tyler Barlow selected to play in the 2012 JUCO All-Star game
The Blaze congratulate Karl Malecek, Josh Sigurdson and Tyler Barlow as they were recently selected to play in the 2012 Texas/New Mexico Junior College All-Star game from Sept. 28-29 at Austinís Concordia University. Both Karl, Josh and Tyler were important members of the Blaze in 2012 and all will be welcomed back in Langley for the upcoming 2013 season. Congrats again guys.
Sep 2.12 - Blaze season comes to a close at the GFI, see you in 2013!
The Sr Blaze had a tough 4 games at the annual GFI Tournament in Grand Forks. Game 1 was vs the Parkland White Sox. It was a close game, however the Blaze bats, just coming off a long week in Prince George playing with the Prince George Axemen we tired. The White Sox took game 1, 5-4. Game 2 saw a 2012 Provincial Championship rematch with Kamloops. Kamloops bolstered by their full squad of TRU players, took the Blaze 3-1. Game 3 had the Blaze facing the #8 ranked NAIA team in the USA, The Lewis & Clark State Warriors. The Blaze after a day of rest came out firing on all cylinders. This was the Blaze team that everyone knew. The Blaze defeated the Warriors in a mercy shortened game 12-5. Game 4 saw the Blaze vs their PIL rival, The Seattle Studs in the first money round game. The Studs pitcher was excellent in going the 9 innings and defeating the Blaze 4-0.
All in all, 2012 was a very successful year. Including exhibition and tournaments, the Blaze's final record was 40 wins and 21 losses for a winning percentage of .656. The Blaze captured their first PMBL regular season title, finished 2nd in the competitive Pacific International Baseball League behind the 2012 NBC World Series runner-ups, the Seattle Studs, captured their first BC Senior Baseball Provincial Championship, and to top it off, assisted the Prince George Axemen win their first ever Baseball Canada Championship.
We will see you in 2013.
Aug 27.12 - Blaze Weekly - Prince George Axemen are the 2012 CANADIAN SR BASEBALL CHAMPIONS!
The Sr Blaze were proud to assist the Prince George Axemen during the 2012 Baseball Canada Sr Championships. (Aug 22-26) The Blaze contributed 14 players to the Axemen championship team. Congratulations to the following Blaze players: Jesse Peters, Keenan Takatch, Scott Webster, Graig Merritt, Dillon Reynolds, Jon Mihic, Clayton Howell, Ricky Alvernaz, Brad Ferraro, Kyle Joel, Bob Foerster, Ryan Eiswerth, Corey Parsons, and Jordan Broatch. The team was also coached by the Blaze coaching staff of Mike Cressey and Dave Diachuk.
Congratulations to Jim Swanson of the Axemen for running such a high quality tournament. Jim was also one of the coaches of the team. The Blaze also wish to congratulate Brandon Hunter, the top hitter of the tournament along with Jeremy Kral, Justin Fillion, Matt Stang, and coach Shane Taylor, all from the Axemen home team, along with Sean Hotzak, Leon Boyd, Mitch Hodge and Chef de mission, David Laing of the Burnaby Bulldogs for being a part of the 2012 Axemen team.
Blaze starting pitcher Jesse Peters was a force on the mound for the Axemen as he beat the Windsor Stars (last years Nationals Champions) in game 1, 2-0. He then started the semi-final on Sunday vs Team Alberta (who was the only team to beat PG in the round robin portion of the tournament). He left the game after 6 2/3 innings and got a no decision. He gave up only 2 earned runs during the tournament. He also hit a HR in the final vs Windsor.
The Blaze now head to the annual Grand Forks International Baseball Tournament starting on Wednesday at 5pm vs the Parkland White Sox. The White Sox and Blaze had a back and forth battle in Kelowna with the Blaze coming out on top 7-6. Follow the action at www.grandforksbaseball.com
Aug 7.12 - BLAZE ARE 2012 BC SENIOR BASEBALL CHAMPIONS!
The Blaze are the 2012 BC Senior Baseball Champions and will now represent BC at the 2013 Canadian National Baseball Championships in Windsor Ontario, August 2013.
The Blaze over the course of the weekend had a record of 5 wins with 1 loss. Game 1 of pool play was an extra inning win over Kelowna 8-7. Game 2 saw the Blaze dominate Trail 7-0. The last game of pool play saw the Blaze lose 8-0 to Nanaimo. With a 2-1 record, the Blaze headed to the playoff round as the #3 seed.
To start the playoff round, Nanaimo was seeded #1, Kamloops #2, Langley #3, Prince George #4 and Trail #5. As all 5 teams that made the playoff round had identical 2-1 records and Nanaimo gave up the fewest runs, they had a 1st round bye. Game 1 of the playoff round had Trail and Kamloops squaring off and Kamloops ran away with the game 16-1. As Kamloops had the #2 seeding, they then received a 2nd round bye straight to the championship finals on Monday afternoon.
Game 2 of the playoff round had the Blaze vs the hosts, the Prince George Grays. The Blaze came out on top with a 6-3 win. With the win, the Blaze then went on to face the #1 seeded Nanaimo Coalminers Monday morning. The Blaze came away with a 4-1 win with Jesse Peters throwing his 2nd game in 3 days picking up the win. This setup the Championship game vs the Kamloops Sun Devils in the early afternoon.
Graig Merritt of the Blaze started the game off with a solo home run in the 1st inning that got the Blaze going. 3 different Blaze hitters (Graig Merritt, Bob Foerster and Tyler Willson all hit home runs for the Blaze in the Championship game) Corey Parsons threw a complete game 2 hit gem (6-1 win) to get the Blaze their first Provincial Championship in only their 3rd year of existence!
It should also be noted that Blaze 1st base slugger Scott Webster was named the MVP of the Provincial Championships.
July 25.12 - BLAZE ARE 2012 PMBL CHAMPIONS!
The Blaze are the 2012 PMBL League Champions. The Blaze now head off to Prince George
Aug 3 - 6 to play in the 2012 PWB BC Senior Provincial Championships.
The Blaze in becoming the 2012 League Champions, had to win 10 straight games after dropping the first 3 games of the year to Coquitlam. The Blaze and Coquitlam ended the year tied with 9 wins and 3 losses each. A 1 game tie breaker game was needed to be played on Wednesday night.
The game started out with a Jesse Peters HR as the Blaze took a 1-0 lead in the 2nd inning. Coquitlam scored 1 run in the bottom of the 2nd to tie the game. Coquitlam hitter Ryland Katherin then belted a HR of his own with 2 runners on in the bottom of the 3rd to take a 4-1 lead. Shawn Schaefer for the Coquitlam Angels was very good on the mound only allowing 2 more Blaze runs through 6 innings. The Blaze in the top of the 7th the scored 2 runs of their own to take a 5-4 lead, a lead that would hold up and send the Blaze to Prince George. Keenan Takatch picked up the win with Dillon Reynolds getting the save. Graig Merritt, Ricky Alvernaz and Bob Foerster all had 2 hits each to pace the Blaze bats.
July 24.12 - Congrats, and good luck to Karl Malecek
Blaze starting pitcher Karl Malecek has not been out much this summer with the Sr Blaze as he has spent most of the summer over in Europe throwing for the Czech Republic U21 team. Two weeks ago he pitched for them in a tournament in Prague at the Prague International Baseball Cup, and led them to their first international medal. He pitched the first game and won and also pitched in the bronze medal game, also winning. This week, Karl is back over in Europe trying to help the U21 team gain its first ever medal in the U21 European Championships. To follow Karl's progress at the 2012 European U21 Championship tournament, please visit http://ec21.baseball.cz/
Good luck Karl, and we look forward to your return Aug 2.
The Blaze started the week on Sunday with a split with the Texas Rangers Scout Team. Game 1 saw the Blaze win 3-1. Steve Federau in his last start with the Blaze before he headed of for school was once again great on the mound. Game 2 had the Scout team win 7-5. Monday had the Collegiate Bulldogs visit McLeod and in a tight game the Bulldogs pulled out the 3-2 win. On Tuesday night the Blaze hosted the Sr Bulldogs in a PMBL double header. Game 1 saw Jesse Peters go the distance again as the Blaze won 3-1. Game 2 saw Jesse pick up his 2nd win of the night in 11-0 Blaze win.
The Blaze are now headed to the USA to face the Everett Merchants Saturday and the Northwest Honkers on Sunday. All games are PIL games. Tuesday night the Blaze head to Burnaby to play the Sr Bulldogs in their final PMBL regular season game of the year.
July 14.12 - Blaze home games now streaming live!
The Blaze are happy to announce that all home games will be streaming live online. Please visit www.playfullscreen.com to view Blaze home games. Game Live through Pointstreak will still be available for all home and away games as well.
July 14.12 - Blaze Weekly
Game 1 & 2 of the week had the Blaze travel to Seattle to face the Studs in a PIL first place showdown. Unfortunately for the Blaze, they were short staffed (pitchers had to play multiple positions) and they came out on the losing end 4-1 and 5-2. These were close games, especially with the lack of players showing. Games 3 & 4 were different on Sunday as the Blaze hosted the Kelowna Jays for the first time in 3 years at McLeod Field. Game 1 had the Blaze winning 7-6 and Game had the Blaze top the Jays 5-4. The Blaze PIL record, good for 2nd place is now 11-3.
Monday and Tuesday had the Blaze playing the BC Select team. Game 1 Monday was a 8-4 win and Tuesday saw the Selects come out on top 5-0. This was a good couple of games for the Blaze as they were able to help the top high school players in BC get ready for the Canada Cup tournament in early August.
The game of the week had the Blaze visiting Coquitlam. If Coquitlam won, they would clinch 1st in the PMBL and the all important 1st place bye to provincials over the August long weekend in Prince George. The Blaze needing to win turned t
July 7.12 - Blaze Weekly
The Blaze started the week up in Kelowna at the annual Canada Day tournament. Game 1 saw Steven Federau take the mound vs the Seattle Studs. He pitched great in the 4-3 victory allowing only 1 earned run. Steven continues to lead the pitching staff with an ERA of only 0.59. Game 2 say the Blaze win 7-6 over Parkland, AB. Blaze Stewart picked up the win. This win secured the Blaze the pool win and a date in the money round. In a game that meant little, the Blaze lost vs Burnaby 3-2. The game of the year was vs Thurston County in the quarter-finals. Unfortunately the Blaze came out on the wrong end 2-1. Jesse Peters was simply amazing as he tossed a complete game 136 pitch effort. This was a game that many will talk about for some time.
On Wednesday night the Blaze traveled to Burnaby to play the same team that won at Kelowna. The Blaze run-spread Burnaby this time 11-0 with Ryan Eiswerth picking up the win. The following night, Thursday saw the Bulldogs from Burnaby back at McLeod to continue the game that was suspended from May 30. Jesse Peters, who was the starting pitcher in that May 30 game picked up where he left off. The Blaze won the game in 10 innings 2-1. Peters threw 71 pitches from the 6th to the 10th inning. Game 2 of the night was a regular scheduled game that saw Peters start and go 5 innings, tossing 71 pitches for a total of 142 on the night. The Blaze picked up the win 5-2.
The Blaze are in Seattle Saturday to face a first place showdown with the Seattle Studs and then return home to face the Kelowna Jay Sunday at McLeod Field. Monday and Tuesday see the Blaze in 2 exhibition games vs the BC Select Team and then Wednesday night they travel to Coquitlam to face the Angels. The highlight of the week will come Friday night when the Texas Rangers Scout team arrives in Langley for a series of exhibition games.
June 24.12 - Blaze Weekly
Another busy week for the Blaze which saw them go 6-0. Game 1 was was an exhibition game vs the Collegiate Bulldogs which saw the Blaze win 3-0. Devon Stewart in his first start for the Blaze tossed 5 shutout innings while striking out 6. Game 2 was a PIL contest vs the Collegiate Bulldogs again on Tuesday night. The Blaze came away with 5-3 win with Steven Federau, again strong on the mound going 5 innings and giving up 0 earned runs. Game 3 of the week on Wednesday saw Coquitlam visit McLeod Field in a PIL/PMBL game. The Blaze topped Coquitlam 6-1 with Blaze starter Jesse Peters going 6 innings while striking out 7.
The weekend brought the Blaze up to Kamloops where they were scheduled to play a doubleheader. Game 1 started with the rain coming down steady. That did not stop the Blaze from coming out with a 3-1 win over the host Kamloops Sun Devils. Blake Stewart picked up the win, going 6 1/3 innings and striking out 8. Game 2 was cancelled due to rain and a flooded field. Game 4 and 5 of the week saw the Blaze call Abbotsford home for the day with EnFuego Baseball from Seattle visiting. Game 1 saw the Blaze run away with 10-2 win. Devon Stewart picked up his 2nd win of the week and Joe Germaine hitting his first HR of the season. Game 2 saw the Blaze win 8-2 with Steven Federau also picking up his 2nd win of the week. Of note, Dillon Reynolds, the usual closer of the Blaze played right field. He ended up hitting his first HR of the season as well.
The Blaze still sit atop the PIL standings, now with an 9-1 record.
Next up for the Blaze is the annual Kelowna Canada Day Tournament starting Friday. The first game is a well anticipated game vs the Seattle Studs. The Blaze and Seattle currently sit 1 and 2 in the PIL.
June 15.12 - Blaze Weekly
The week of June 9 was another busy week with the Blaze playing 5 home games with 1 away game rain-out. First up for the Blaze was a date with the Nanaimo Coalminers. The Coalminers always play the Blaze tough. That being said, the Blaze came out of game 1 Saturday with a 4-1 win. Aaron Dick picked up the win giving up 1 run on 4 hits through 5 innings. Matt Jones pitched the final 2 shut-out innings. At the plate Joe Germaine and Ryan Jensen led the Blaze with 2 hits each. Game 2 Saturday afternoon saw the Blaze win again. This time the game was a little closer with the Blaze coming from behind to win 4-3. Blake Stewart picked up the win on the mound, going 5 innings and striking out 9. Offensively, the Blaze were led by Zach Mihic and Brad Ferraro each picking up 2 hits.
Sunday saw the Everett Merchants visit McLeod Field for their annual trip north. Game 1 was won by the Merchants 5-0. Game 2 was another story. Jesse Peters was outstanding for the Blaze going 8 2/3 innings, throwing 123 pitches with 11 strikeouts in the Blaze 4-2 win over the Merchants. Merchants manager Harold Pyatte (NBC Hall of Fame) said after the game that Jesse's performance was one the best that he had even seen. The Blaze had several players with 2 hits during the game.
The final game of the week was Monday night vs the Burnaby Collegiate Bulldogs. This was a scheduled 7 inning exhibition game that ended up going late into the night as 12 innings were needed to decide a winner. Burnaby came out ahead 4-3. Of note, Clayton Howell who had not pitched in several years was needed to come in relief and was outstanding. He threw 4 innings, giving up only 1 unearned run, while striking out 4 Bulldogs. Shawn Schaefer, coach of the Bulldogs was called upon to pitch as well as both teams ran out of pitchers. The Blaze gave up 0 earned runs in this game. The PIL game scheduled for Wednesday night in Burnaby was cancelled due to poor field conditions. This game will be made up next Tuesday.
The Blaze ran their PIL record to 6-1 over the past week to sit tied for 1st place with the Seattle Studs in the PIL. Even more impressive is that the team ERA sits at 2.20 and the team leads the PIL in team hitting with a .305 average.
The next week is yet another busy week as the Blaze play host the Collegiate Bulldogs Monday (7pm) at McLeod Field in Langley, visit the Bulldogs again on Tuesday (6:30pm), host the Coquitlam Angels on Wednesday (7pm) and cap off the week with a DH in Kamloops Saturday (1 & 4pm) and DH Sunday in Abbotsford vs EnFuego Sports from Seattle WA. (12 & 2:30pm) All Blaze games can be viewed online through Blaze Game Centre above.
June 8.12 - Blaze Weekly
This past week was a busy one which saw the Blaze play 6 games with 1 rain-out in 7 days. The Blaze over those 6 games went 4-2. The week started out with 4 games Saturday and Sunday in Kelowna vs the Trail Orioles, Kelowna Jays and Kamloops Sun Devils. The Blaze pulled out a 4-0 win in game 1 over the Orioles with Zach Mihic going 2-2 and Matt Jones getting his 1st win of the year. Game 2 saw the Blaze offense heat up with a 10-4 win over the host Jays. Brad Ferraro was 4-4 with Blake Stewart picking up the win. Game 3 Sunday morning saw the Blaze top the Orioles again for their 2nd PIL win of the year. 8-2 was the score with Tyler Barlow going 4-5 and Karl Malecek throwing 5 strong innings for the win. Game 4 was the tough game of the weekend as the Blaze, who only had 10 position players for the 4 games dropped the game 8-0 vs the Sun Devils.
Tuesday night saw the Blaze visiting the Collegiate Bulldogs in exhibition game action. Steven Federau was great on the mound for the Blaze going 4 innings with only 2 hits and 5 strike-outs. The Blaze however dropped the game 6-2 as the Blaze bullpen was unable to hold the lead. Offensively for the Blaze, Clayton Howell had 2 of the Blaze 4 hits.
Wednesday night saw the Coquitlam Angels come to Langley for a PIL/PMBL tilt. The Blaze bats again were on fire as the Blaze got their revenge for earlier PMBL losses on the Angels with a 8-2 win. This was the 3rd straight PIL win for the Blaze. 8 out 9 Blaze players had hits with Mike Krische and Brooklyn Foster leading the way with each going 2-3 with a walk. This was the first game of the season for both Mike and Brooklyn as they recently returned home from a year at Canisius University in New York. Blaze pitcher Aaron Dick was strong on the mound again for the Blaze after starting pitcher Ryan Eiswerth had to leave the game early due to injury.
Thursday night saw the rain get the best of the Blaze as the game in Burnaby was washed out and will be made up at a later date. The Blaze are back in action this Saturday and Sunday at McLeod Field in Langley vs the Nanaimo Coalminers and on Sunday vs the Everett Merchants. Games both days start at 1 & 4pm. All 4 games this weekend are regular season PIL games. The Blaze currently sit in 2nd place in the PIL with a 3-0 record. The Seattle Studs are in 1st with a 5-0 record.
June 1.12 - Blaze Weekly
We will be posting a new Friday weekly recap here at langleysrblaze.com called Blaze Weekly. Highlights from previous games as well as what is happening during the week ahead will also be posted.
The one and only game this past week took place on Wednesday night at McLeod Field in Langley. It was a battle of the two top pitchers in the PIL in 2011 as Leon Boyd of the Burnaby Bulldogs and Jesse Peters of the Blaze went head to head. As expected, pitching was dominant by both. The only hindrance to the game was the presence of rain that would not let up. The game had to be suspended going into the 6th inning tied 1-1. Leon had 7 k's through 4 innings and Jesse had 8 k's through 5. This game will be resumed again when the Bulldogs visit McLeod Field again on Thursday July 5. Jesse Peters is still in the game with Jason Harynuk of the Bulldogs taking over for Boyd.
The Blaze are also proud to announce that the Texas Rangers scout team will be playing 3 games vs the Blaze on Friday Jul 13 (x1) and Sunday July 15 (x2). This will be some exciting baseball at McLeod Field in mid July.
We are also welcoming 4 returning collegiate players this week. Kevin McLeod returns to the Blaze from Lewis & Clark University and Devon Stewart, Mike Krische and Brooklyn Foster are returning from Canisius University. Kevin played on the Sr Blaze in 2010 and Brooklyn played on the team in 2011.
The upcoming week will be a busy one, barring the never-ending barrage of rain that the Lower Mainland is currently receiving. Saturday and Sunday have the Blaze visiting Kelowna for 2 PIL games vs the Trail Orioles with additional games vs the Kelowna Jays and Kamloops Sun Devils. This is an annual trip the Blaze make every year. Tuesday night sees the Blaze in Burnaby to face the Collegiate Bulldogs (Douglas College). Wednesday night the Coquitlam Angels are back at McLeod Field. (7pm) Thursday night the Blaze are back in Burnaby to face the Sr Bulldogs and on Saturday and Sunday the Blaze are at McLeod Field vs the Nanaimo Coalminers on Saturday (1 & 4pm) and Everett Merchants on Sunday (1 & 4pm). Everett will be the first of 5 USA teams that the Blaze will face this summer. All Blaze games can viewed online via our GAME LIVE feature located in the Blaze Game Centre at the top right of this site.
We hope to see you out at the park this week!
May 31.12 - New feature on the site
Make sure to click on "Blaze in the News" to see links to local newspapers that feature game recaps and stories on Blaze players. This is now located under "BLAZE GAME CENTRE" on the right side of the home page.
May 17.12 - Season is almost here, college players arriving back home
The 3rd season in the Sr. Blaze's short history starts on Tuesday May 22 in Burnaby vs the Bulldogs at 6pm with the Blaze's home opener slated for the following night, Wednesday May 23 vs Coquitlam starting at 7pm at McLeod Field in Langley BC. Coquitlam finished 2nd in the province at last year's BC Senior Championships.
The Blaze are welcoming back several key members of the 2011 squad, such as starting pitcher Jesse Peters who finished 2nd in balloting for the 2011 player of the year behind Leon Boyd of Burnaby (pitcher for the Netherlands National Team) and power hitter Scott Webster. Scott led the Blaze in several offensive categories and was a 2nd team PIL all-star. Scott in the preseason in his first 2 games had 3 HR's and will be counted on again in 2012 to provide offense. Other returning players include Corey Parsons, Blake Stewart, Jordan Broatch, Brian Butler, Ryan Eiswerth, Tyler and Shayne Willson, Bob Foerster, Kris Foster, Brooklyn Foster, Brad Ferraro, Trevor Lishanko, Graig Merritt, Joe Germaine, Clayton Howell, Dillon Reynolds, Kyle Prevett and Mike Ellis. Mike Ellis is currently pitching for Florida International University (NCAA Div 1) and leading the team in innings pitched and strikeouts. Mike will be joining a strong Blaze starting rotation once FIU has completed their season. Andrew Bell has also been nominated and will accept the roll as Sr Blaze Team Captain for 2012.
We are also excited to announce that the following players will be joining the Blaze for their first summer ball season: Devon Stewart, Mike Krische, Devon Olson, Tony Farago (Ontario transfer), Jon and Zach Mihic (2nd brother duo on the Blaze), Ricky Bertrand, Aaron Dick, Ryan Jensen (2007 Milwaukee Brewers draft pick), Kyle Joel, Matt Jones, Karl Malecek, Tyler Barlow, JR Robinson, Jaccob Yousif, Curtis Sawchuk and original Blaze players Scott Nelson and Kevin McLeod. Kevin is currently playing with NAIA powerhouse Lewis and Clark state and will be playing in the 2012 NAIA World Series. Devon Stewart in his first NCAA Div 1 season with Canisius University in New York is leading his team in several pitching categories. The Blaze are looking forward to having all these new young players join the team over the next several weeks.
Several of the above players may look familiar as most have played on the Premier Blaze teams which have won multiple provincial premier league titles. All returning players are local lower mainland residents!
This will be an exciting year for the Blaze as they play over 60 games including prestigious tournaments such as the Canada Day Blast in Kelowna over Canada Day and the year end tournament at the Annual Grand Forks International Baseball Tournament. 2012 will be a busy year.
Make sure to follow the Sr Blaze on both Twitter and Facebook for constant updates and game info. All Blaze regular season games home and away, will once again be broadcast live with Game Live from Pointstreak. Click on "GAME LIVE" in the Blaze GameCentre, top right of this page.
Feb 23.12 - BOGY's GASTROPUB and CHARTER BUS LINES OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, now on board with the Blaze
We would like to welcome Bogy's Gastropub and Charter Bus Lines of British Columbia on board with the Blaze for the 2012 season. Bogy's is located at a great location just off Hwy #10 at 5640 188st in Cloverdale. Bogy's offers high quality food and drinks at reasonable prices. They are looking to expand to several new locations around BC in 2012 as well. You can visit Bogy's website here: http://www.bogysgastropub.com/
Charter Bus Lines of British Columbia is now the Official Transportation of the Sr Blaze. The Blaze will travel to all out of town games throughout BC and Washington State on board the executive coaches of Charter Bus Lines of British Columbia. Please see http://www.charterbuslines.com/ for more information.
The Blaze are very proud of these two new sponsors as they will allow the Blaze to take the next step forward in their development of being an organization everyone looks to!