Austin Banditos Black Commits to BCS FINALS!

Tournaments : : Story
Perfect Game Staff        
Published: Thursday, December 11, 2008

AUSTIN, TX – Albert Munoz has confirmed that Austin Banditos Black has committed to participate in the 2009 15u BCS Finals. The 15u team is currently ranked #28 in the country and #5 in the state of Texas.

The BCS Finals will take place during the month of July in Ft. Myers, FL using historic Terry Park, the Boston Red Sox Player Development Complex, the City of Palms Stadium, and the Minnesota Twins Complex.

The Banditos, which are part of the talent-rich Houston Banditos program will return to Ft. Myers to try and repeat as Champions. They won the 2008 14u BCS Finals.



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