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26-Feb-2017   Player Registration and Uniform Orders
31-Jan-2017   Online Player registration
31-May-2016   Congratulations to the North Central Blaze Class of 2016!

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 Congratulations to the North Central Blaze Class of 2016!

Congratulations to the North Central Blaze Class of 2016!

Take a look at where our players are headed to play basketball in the Fall!!

Brittani LeBlanc, North Middlesex
Townsendís Brittani LeBlanc, who played 12 seasons of Fall and Spring AAU for the Blaze dating all the way back to 6th-grade, is headed to Assumption College in the fall to join Coach Kerry Phayre and her NCAA Div. 2 Greyhounds Womenís Basketball team.
Brittani finished her illustrious high-school career with 918 points and set a school record in assists.

Emily Pratt, Lawrence Academy
Gardnerís Emily Pratt, who is graduating from the prestigious Groton-based Lawrence Academy, finished her illustrious high-school career with over 1,000 points under the tutelage of long-time Blaze Elite head coach Donna Mastrangelo.
Emily will be headed to NCAA Div. 3 Endicott College in Fall 2016 to play for Head Coach Brittany Hutchinsonís Lady Gulls.
Throughout her career, Emily played for the Blaze for numerous seasons in the Fall and Spring of 5th, 6th, 9th and 10th grade.

Alana Keating, St. Bernardís
Leominsterís Alana Keating will continue her basketball career in the Fall of 2016 with the NCAA Div. 3 WPI Lady Engineers and head coach Cherise Gallasso.
Alana wrapped up her senior season at STB with 267 points, leading the Bernardians to the CMass. Division 2 tournament with a 12-win season, which represented a 7-win improvement over the previous seasonís 5-15 record.
Alana participated with NC Blaze teams in 8th & 9th grade before joining the Blaze 2016 Elite Team for her sophomore and junior seasons.

Congratulations to all 3 student-athletes on their remarkable high-school careers! We wish all 3 of them continued success at the collegiate level.