Hunter Galloway Commits To Powerhouse Riverland, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Hunter Galloway Commits To Powerhouse Riverland
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, April 17, 2011
Congratulations to Terriers 17u catcher Hunter Galloway, who has accepted a roster position with the Riverland Blue Devils.

Hunter will sign his Letter of Intent this week. This is an excellent opportunity for Hunter, as he will be joining a Blue Devil program that is tops in the state of Minnesota, and has been to the Junior College World Series for the past three straight years. They led the nation in home runs last year. Hunter joined the Terriers last fall and has shown a great appitude for the catching position. He has a solid arm to go along with his gap to gap power from the left side of the plate. His leadership skills are also a very important element to the team environment. The Blue Devils are currently in the midst of an eight game winning streak, with twenty games remaining in their schedule. They will begin their quest for another World Series berth with the Minnesota State Regional Tournament in the coming weeks. Thanks goes out to Head Coach Scott Koenigs for giving Hunter this opportunity. Hunter will be studying business at Riverland.
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