Your Participation Helps Fund Aspiring Youth Sports Players.

(see former athletes below)

Pumas (under-14)

PUMAS (under-14) girls volleyball team needed help.  Talent wasn't a a problem, but funds were. Because of this, Sandbox Sunset Sports stepped in to fund not only coaching fees and camps but was there to provide the fees to play in the El Paso city leagues against girls their own age. Since then, each girl has gone on to play either division II volleyball in the US or at a university in Mexico. These girls are a shinning example of what can be done when adequate resources are given to help nurture the best athlete within each person(s).

Pumas with Maria Stoiber (Owner, Sandbox Sunset Sports)

Jorge Martinez

Local volleyball player turns AVP pro - Jorge Martinez started his career in El Paso, TX. but quickly learned that to be better, he would have to play against better opponents. Because of this, Sandbox Sunset Sports helped pay his way into tournament in Texas, New Mexico and California. Jorge is currently playing on the AVP (Association of Volleyball Professionals) and is ranked 114th in the world.

Jorge Martinez (hitting) playing in a AVP event in Huntington Beach, CA.

Joel Martinez

What do you do when your brother turns pro in outdoor sand volleyball? You play collegiate volleyball and win a national championship... Joel Martinez (brother of Jorge Martinez) took a different route in volleyball and decided to use his talents to play for the Autonomous University of Chihuahua in the city of Chihuahua. There was only one problem - coaching and travel expenses. Because of this Sandbox Sunset Sports made donations to make this rising stars dreams a reality. In 2018, Joel and his team at UACH captured the National Championship crown against all other college teams.

Defensive Specialist Joel Martinez, National Champion.