Chase Blueberg plopped down on a chair in the dugout and said he was tired.
He looked a bit dazed.
It was understandable if he was both.
Blueberg, following a rocky first inning, set down 19 of the last 23 hitters he faced and struck out eight en route to his first no-hitter at any level as the Carson Blue Jays knocked off North Valleys, 4-1, in the first game of a doubleheader Thursday night at Ron McNutt Field.
The Blue Jays ended up with a sweep, as Casey Wolfe struck out five and pitched a 3-hitter in Carson's 2-1 …