Bandits:

2553

Opponents:

527

EST. 1989 . . . Our Bandit Baseball Mission: Growing Great Men, One Boy at a Time . . . Our Bandit Website has Over 1.887 Million Views in 16 Years - Awesome, We Thank You for Your Continued Support . . . 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: "Doers Do, Doubters Don't" . . . Our Bandit Family Wishes You and Your Family Abundant Blessings, Great Health and a Happy and Safe Saturday April 13, 2024 . . . 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 our 2006 Bandit Champions dugout with Nathan Pena sharing a moment with teammate CJ Avalos . . . 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 Nathan Pena who turned 32 Tuesday April 9 . . . "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"!

2003 Flashback

The picture on our website shows our 2003 Champions. Except for Kyle Bumpas (who is a freshman)they are all sophomores in High School. The majority of this team made up the 2002 National Finalist. Six members of this group made the varsity squad at their respective schools as freshmen. We expect the entire squad to be playing varsity baseball by the end of their sophomore years.
Their sacrifice, commitment and dedication paid off for them. They are fundamentally sound, passionate, unselfish players. To a one, they all were team-first players who have embraced Coach Larry’s rigidly structured practices designed to instill more individual accountability. They have chosen to take ownership of their lives and are leading themselves in pursuing their goals. Are you next? Sometimes its hard to look ahead a year, 2 or even 3 years down the road. Handle your work in the classroom so that your Coaches know they can trust and count on you and do the work at the “yard” so that you too can say “remember Monday, Mondays”, “remember triangles”, “remember Championship Sundays”, “remember when the Sun still hadn’t come up when we started pregame” or “remember when”. Its your baseball journey make it what you want.

Next Up an early look at our 2006 14 and under Bandits now in their freshmen years of high school.