Aztecs compete in Tucson league

Aztecs Baseball has been Sierra Vista’s travel baseball organization since 2013. The organization is comprised of four baseball teams determined by age, 18 and under (18u), 13 and under (13u), 12 and under (12u), and a 10 an under team (10u). All the teams, except for 10u, practice and play year round. The teams all play in the Kino League in Tucson, where the majority of their games are played at the Kino Sports Complex. They compete against other teams in their age division, most of which teams are based in Tucson.

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