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"!

Vince Huerta’s Final Note to Coach Brian Forrister

A note from Bandit Coach Brian Forrister that he shares receiving from Bandit Vince Huerta who joined our Lord on Friday February 8, 2013 at the age of 32:
“My Little Brother Vince Huerta wrote this note to me several months ago. It touched me then and has even greater meaning to me today. When he said “I’ll take one thing to the grave”, I could never imagine it would be this soon. My trust today and always is in my Lord Jesus Christ. He had a plan for Vince. It wasn’t my plan, it was Gods plan. While my heart is broken, I rejoice in the fact that Vince is walking on streets of gold and will forever be in Gods presence. I love you bud and will miss you always. Until we meet again Vinnie………
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
… But again, thank you…and yes, the coaching of our high school Bandit squad was the BEST! No one else could have held all of us “superstars” together to play as a unit, with the team and Bandit name brand recognition, as well as the brotherhood of being next to a handful of others whod give everything they could for the greater good of our main purposes: Having fun & Winning. From the bottom of my heart Bri, you are the best coach I ever had. And, I thank you for the sacrifices and time you dedicated to allowing us to succeed the way we did. Ill take one thing with me to the grave. No matter how much you were pressured or asked to get an All Star unit to take to the High Desert tourney, you scoffed at the nay sayers and knew you had the “perfect” team to either get blown away by some of the nation’s greatest prospects, or compete for a few wins. Little did we know, our competitiveness, talent, and luck all just came together to create that special moment for us all. Love you like an older brother Brian and I thank you for everything”.