5. Zach Diewert athlete profile

5. Zach Diewert athlete profile5. Zach Diewert athlete profile5. Zach Diewert athlete profile5. Zach Diewert athlete profile

  • Mar. 23, 2016 7:00 a.m.

5. Zach Diewert athlete profile

I don’t have contact info for him, but I’ve wanted to do a story about him for a while because he has earned a baseball scholarship to Div.1 junior college Polk State College in Florida.

He is a student at Chemainus Secondary School, and you can contact him through the school at 250-246-4711. They are on spring break until March 20.

He played for the Nanaimo Pirates last year (and I believe previous years): Head Coach – Doug Rogers

250-668-0367

dougprogers@shaw.ca

Jennie Hittinger, the athletic director/PE head at Chemainus Secondary, might be a good source of quotes too at 250-246-4711 / jhitting@sd79.bc.ca

I’ll send more later, but I think I’d better grab some lunch too before I fall over onto my computer.

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