Spring has sprung in South Florida and with it comes the excitement of March Madness, the NBA playoffs and, of course, the start of baseball season. Piling into SUVs and setting up camp at their favorite stadium has become a spring/summer tradition for most South Florida families.March Madne
This year young athletes from all over Florida (and even the world) will be the stars as La Ley Sports re-opens the Homestead Sports Complex. After decades of inactivity, this summer the La Ley Sports Complex will have non-stop action as youth baseball teams from all over the state will compete in various baseball tournaments for almost two months.
Over the past year, La Ley Sports has provided exposure and broadcast opportunities for young athletes all over South and Central Florida. The La Ley Sports website (www.laleysports.com) has become a one stop shop for parents, coaches, athletes and fans to follow their favorite future sports stars as they develop and show off their athleticism. It doesn’t just stop at baseball; La Ley Sports covers everything from baseball to lacrosse as it provides a platform for youth sports unlike anything that’s been seen before.
The tag line “Bringing youth sports to the net and your set” goes one step farther as South Florida will have a global audience. The World vs. States International Baseball Classic will set the stage for athletes from all over the world to compete right here in Homestead at the La Ley Sports Complex. An expert panel of scouts and pro athletes will select 18 of the top players during a qualifying round to represent the U.S. team.
It’s going to be a busy summer for La Ley Sports and for the All Star athletes of the South Florida community.
Marjorie Acosta is graduate of Barry University and a former Miss Florida USA contestant. She has worked with ESPN Radio and the Miss Florida USA Channel and now reports for La Ley Sports (www.laleysports.com) on GenTV.