FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 14, 2021
CVB Contact: Scott Bruscato
Perfect Game Deep South MLK Championship Tournament
Sterlington, LA – The 2021 Perfect Game Deep South MLK Championship Tournament will be
held at the Sterlington Sports Complex January 15-18. The event is expected to bring an
economic impact of over $290,000 to Ouachita Parish.
Perfect Game’s mission is to “promote the game of baseball now and in the future by hosting
the highest quality amateur events while providing meaningful opportunities and information
to players, families, MLB organizations, college coaches, and fans.”
The Freshman division (2024 graduate or younger or born on or after May 1, 2005) will have a
total of 8 teams represented. The Upper-class division (2021 graduate or younger or born on
or after May 1, 2002) will have a total of 6 teams represented.
Each team will be guaranteed four games.
“The strong relationship between Perfect Game Baseball and Sterlington Sports Complex is
paying dividends for our community as we will serve as host for their national MLK Baseball
Championship,” Scott Bruscato Discover Monroe-West Monroe Senior Vice President of Sales
said. “The tournament has teams visiting our area from 7 different states, and we look
forward to providing them a great Louisiana experience while they are here.”
Admission is $10 a day or $25 for a tournament pass.
All games will be played at the Sterlington Sports Complex at 1290 LA-136, Sterlington, LA
71280. Click here to view the tournament schedule. For more information contact Scott
Bruscato at 318.387.5691.
Discover Monroe-West Monroe promotes Ouachita Parish as a destination for leisure travel,
conventions, meetings, and sporting events creating a positive economic impact for our local community through increased visitor spending and sales tax collections. For more information about Discover Monroe-West Monroe, visit www.monroe-westmonroe.org. Economic impact information was determined by Destination International’s Event Impact Calculator. This tool measures the economic value of an event and calculates its return on investment to local taxes.