Brandon was born and raised in Wills Point where he attended WPISD.
Throughout his teen years he played baseball and football in little league and also played select/travel baseball for several teams. Once in high school Brandon’s focus was still on baseball/football where he achieved several all district and a couple of all state awards in both sports.
After high school brandon had multiple scholarship offers for both baseball and football. Brandon chose Lon Morris to further his career in baseball and stay close to home.
Brandon played most of his first season, starting at catcher, but playing as a utility player as well. Brandon sustained a catastrophic shoulder injury that ended his college career. Brandon came back to wills point, married his wife Danelle and started a family.
Brandon currently owns his own HVAC company.
His passion for sports never wained,
so he stayed in the game by becoming a coach. Brandon started coaching about 10 years ago.
He brought baseball back to Wills Point so he could teach the youth to not only love the game he loves but learn the fundamentals of it as well. His success as a coach and knowledge for the game took him into coaching travel baseball and giving countless lessons, both private and group.
He is currently the East Texas Bison 14u coach.
Jeromey Rose was raised in Edgewood, TX.
He attended school in Edgewood and graduated in 2006. He enjoyed playing baseball growing up and throughout high school.
Jeromey was a a multi-sport athlete, also playing football and basketball.
After he graduated from high school, Jeromey started his career with Henderson County Sheriff's Office in 2007 and attended the East Texas Police Academy in 2009.
He has worked as a Patrol Deputy, Investigator and is currently a Patrol Sergeant for Henderson County. Jeromey has two boys, Jacob and Brysen, which is where he started coaching baseball, football, basketball and soccer.
He loves the game of baseball and wants to share it with the kids and teach them how to love the game as well.
Jeromey is now coaching the East Texas Bison 13u team.
Sadie Hewitt. I am a current player at Southeastern Louisiana University, going into my senior year. I am a 2020 graduate of Forney High School and was part of the 2018 State Championship team. Softball has been a part of my life for 16 years. I played in many of the notable select organizations in the DFW area until I went to my current college home. I have been assistant coaching in Louisiana, and Texas for several years and giving lessons. I am coaching a team with the East Texas Bison Organization this summer. We are a fundamentals and skills based organization. This is a no parent team opportunity for players looking to learn and grow from a player who has been taught at a collegiate level.