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11U Bayou Zappers baseball looking for dedicated players

ST. JAMES – The 11U Bayou Zappers baseball team is searching for dedicated players to fill open positions on the team. Children are welcome to try out for the upcoming season, which will involve local light travel and light tournament play from September 2020 to July 2021.

Tournaments will be scheduled around vacations and other extracurriculars of the players. The team is “family first” and includes team-building activities throughout the year.

“We are seeking highly motivated, high character individuals to be part of our team,” organizers said. “The program is focused on skills and personal development of our young players in a positive environment.”

Eligible players cannot turn 12 before May 1, 2021.

For more information about tryouts and extremely affordable team fees, contact Coach Joey Wilcox at 225-505-1638 or by email at zappersbaseball@yahoo.com or at joey.wilcox@honeywell.com.

The team plans to fill its roster by August 1. Please make plans to schedule a tryout date as soon as possible.

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