Bandits:

2553

Opponents:

527

EST. 1989 . . . Our Bandit Baseball Mission: Growing Great Men, One Boy at a Time . . . Our Bandit Web Site has Over 1.696 Million Views in 15 Years - Awesome, We Thank You for Your Continued Support . . . WE REMAIN #ELPASOSTRONG . . . Bandit Core Values: My Faith, My Family, My Team, Myself . . . Bandit Core Priorities: Family First, Strength in Faith, Strength of Character, Academics, Attitude, Ability . . . IRON SHARPENS IRON: “Our Lord Always Hears Us, We Just Have to Listen Very Carefully & Wait for His Response" . . . Our Bandit Family Wishes You a Blessed, Safe, Healthy, Happy and Great Friday May 20, 2022 . . . This is a Time for Inspiration not a Time for Desperation . . . Be a Leader as We Adjust to our “New Reality” . . . Our Home Page Picture is of High School multiple All District selection and Bandit Josh "9'er" Bombach . . . In 1992, Coach Mike coined the phrase “It’s a Great Day to be a Bandit” and it remains True Today: Happy Birthday To Bandit Mom Bonnie Aguilar Who Celebrates Saturday May 21 . . . Happy Birthday to High School multiple All District selection and Bandit Josh "9'er" Bombach Who turned 22 on Sunday May 15 . . . Happy Birthday to High School All District Pitcher and Bandit Brayden Peterson Who turned 22 on Sunday May 15 . . . Happy Birthday To High School Multiple All District Selection & Bandit Joseph Gonzalez Who turned 29 on Saturday May 14 . . . Happy Birthday To “Lil" Bandit Julian Esparza Who turned 12 on Tuesday May 10 . . . Happy Birthday To 2009 Texas High School Player of the Year, Final 4 Texas State Championship MVP, High School All State, All City & All District Selection & Bandit Cory Falvey Who Turned 31 Monday May 9 . . .  Congratulations to Navarro Junior College Recruiting Coordinator and Coach, 2-Sport High School All City & All District Selection and Bandit 1998 and 2000 National Finalist Robert and his Wife Mandy on their new Baby Girl Mila Gray Gallegos on Tuesday May 3 . . . Congratulations to College All Conference, 2-Sport High School All City and All District Selection and Bandit Jacob Aguilar on earning his Masters Degree from Grand Canyon University last week . . . "THE HEART OF A CHAMPION is always beating but it always remembers to beat AS ONE". . . We Pray that our Roots helped you find your Wings - - "that God will Fill your Heart with Dreams and that Faith gives you the Courage to Dare to do Great Things". . . As your lives continue so does our journey - "It's a Great Day to be a Bandit"!

1998, 2000 & 2002 Bandit Champions

Our Bandit 1998 and 2000 National Finalists, Bandit 3X National Regional Champions, Bandit 4X Texas State Champions, a Team which Won 471 Games while losing only 62 from 1997 to 2000 in Spring and Fall Ball Play including winning 104 Games while losing 13 in Spring 2000, winning 94 and losing only 8 Games in Spring 1999; went 16-0 in capturing the 14 and Under Sportspark League as 13 Year Olds in 2000, they played in every Tournament Championship they entered from 1997 to 2000 except for 1 time in Steamboat Springs Colorado in 1999, 10 Players Pitched, 5 Players Rotated as Catchers, All 12 were “I Bit the Dirt” Infielders and 7 were “Sky Kings” in the Outfield, 5 Earned High School National Honor Society Membership, All 12 Earned High School All District Honors, 5 Were All City Selections, 2 Were All District MVP’s, 1 Was an All City MVP, 8 Players Went On to Play College Baseball, 1 Was Drafted to Play Pro Baseball, 1 Was a 3X Big 12 All Conference Player, 1 Coached at the University of Oklahoma, 1 is a State Trooper, 1 is a Police Officer, 4 are High School Coaches and All are Tremendous Young Men Who as a Neighborhood Team from Primarily the Hanks/Montwood Area Captured National Honors repeatedly against State Wide Select Teams from throughout the United States, No One Outworked Them, No One Broke Their Spirit and No One Has Matched What this Group of Neighborhood Kids committed to Become – – Not only the Best in El Paso or Texas But Consistently the Best in the USA

The 2002 team finished with the most wins in one year, 95-19 and in 2nd place in the nation by finishing in 2nd place at the Super Series Baseball of America 11 and Under World Series in Arkansas. We went undefeated in pool play at the World Series and our only two losses were by one run to the team that won the championship from Chez Sydney, Louisiana. The Championship game went 11 innings and lasted 4 hours. The year began with a tournament championship in San Antonio, Texas, in which the Bandits defeated 3 state ranked teams. During the year we defeated the Texas State Champions, the Louisiana State Champions and the 2001 National Champions.

Season Highlights: Won the USSSA Texas State Championship; won the Super Series Regional Championship in San Antonio, Texas; won the USSSA Regional Championship in Hobbs, New Mexico & in Midland, Texas; won local tournaments and the Sportspark championship.