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A Future Stars of Sports Tournament

A Future Stars of Sports Tournament

Future Stars of Sports Tournament

Every year, 25 new sporting events are opening their doors to the public to expand their reach. That’s just in the US. The number is staggering and it’s very exciting to see just how many sporting events are blooming and thriving.

Future

All Sports campers will develop skills, game strategies and techniques while gaining a general understanding of a variety of sports in this recreational program. Every day of each week, additional fundamentals are introduced and practiced within each sport. The athletes will concentrate on teamwork as each week culminates with "Super Star Friday", which features the Future Stars' World Series, the World Cup, and the Tournament of Champions. Each day four of the following sports are featured: Baseball, Lacrosse, Flag Football, Volleyball, Swimming, Floor Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Basketball. Each week six different sports will be covered. Each day sports campers will cool down from all the fun in the swimming pool.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring the NBFSS National Tournament to Southwest Louisiana and Lake Charles. I’ve had the privilege of building some great relationships in this area over the years. I signed my first big leaguer in Lake Charles, Josh Prince. From Coach Cecchini and the entire Barbe Program, Chad Hebert at Sam Houston High School, and the staff at McNeese State, this community has always treated me like family. MLB veteran and P15 Co-Catching Coordinator Danny Ardoin is here in Lake Charles. Danny, along with the 2D sports family, is extremely close to P15. I cannot wait to bring the Future Stars Series to this region. I know this will be a unique experience for the NBFSS National Tournament and a great opportunity to share in the culture of this great community,” said Jeremy Booth, Program 15 founder and CEO/President of Baseball Operations for NBFSS. (Source: futurestarsseries.com)

Sport

“The entire team at Visit Lake Charles is pleased to be the host for this world class baseball event in the Youth Sports Capital of Louisiana. We invite all team members, family, friends and the community to enjoy the excitement of the games at our sports facilities along with the attractions, food, culture and the great outdoors that Southwest Louisiana has to offer,” said Kyle Edmiston, President/CEO of Visit Lake Charles. “I also want to encourage the community from around Southwest LA to come out to watch these young men play. I guarantee that several of the participants will be playing major league baseball in the not too distant future.”

All Sports campers will develop skills, game strategies and techniques while gaining a general understanding of a variety of sports in this recreational program. Every day of each week, additional fundamentals are introduced and practiced within each sport. The athletes will concentrate on teamwork as each week culminates with "Super Star Friday", which features the Future Stars' World Series, the World Cup, and the Tournament of Champions. Each day four of the following sports are featured: Baseball, Lacrosse, Flag Football, Volleyball, Swimming, Floor Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Basketball. Each week six different sports will be covered. Each day sports campers will cool down from all the fun in the swimming pool. (Source: www.futurestarscamps.com)

Team

Once we release schedules and teams know when and where their first game is. They will pick up their game balls as well as their event packet from the gate at the complex they are playing their first game. The event packet will simply include their pitch count sheets for the weekend along with an extra copy of the tournament rules and any other information we may want to throw in there for them.

“The City of Lake Charles is proud to welcome teams from across the United States to Southwest Louisiana where they will make lasting memories and friendships on-and-off the field as they strive to become champions. This history-making announcement highlights that the Lake Area is moving in a positive direction with energy and growth from a variety of avenues. We are delighted that the Visit Lake Charles team has worked diligently to secure this substantial piece of sports business, and we are looking forward to see the games begin in the summer of 2020,” said Mayor Nic Hunter of Lake Charles. (Source: futurestarsseries.com)

 

 

 

 

 

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