It is not often the perfect undefeated season comes along and when it does, it is not something that just happens. It takes hard work, dedication and a desire to be the best. Talent helps, and when it comes to middle school baseball, that talent starts to separate itself. Middle school players, despite wanting to play with their friends, also want to win. They are hopeful they will play high school baseball in the future, which is not too far away, and winning a middle school baseball championship helps with the confidence in their craft. This year, it was a perfect season for the Temecula Middle School Bobcats. The sixth-grade boy’s baseball team, which is the Bronco Division, ended its fall season with an unbeaten record of 15-0. Coached by William Patton (Manager), Ryan Roa, Travis
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