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Hazen's Zac Kolterman signs on to play at Lewis-Clark | Baseball
Hazen's Zac Kolterman signed his Letter of Intent to play baseball for Lewis-Clark State College.
Kolterman picked up a win and a save at the Area Code games last summer. The games try to find the best 240 senior baseball players in the United States and Canada.
Kolterman was the Seamount League's Pitching MVP last season as he led Hazen to the Seamount championship. He also made the first all-league team and carried a 16-game hitting streak through the entirety of the Highlanders' regular season.
He's having a strong senior season, and he no-hit Renton in a five-inning game with eight strikeouts April 6.