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Galloway signs to play baseball at FDTC
LUGOFF-ELGINS CHASE GALLOWAY signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and baseball-playing pursuits at Florence-Darlington Technical College while flanked by his parents, Lisa and Mark Galloway. Standing, from left, are L-E athletic director Matt Campbell, Galloways younger sister, Lauren Galloway, his grandparents, Don and Jean Hopkins, L-E head baseball coach Randy Stokes and L-E principal Worth Thomasson.
Getting called up to the varsity squad as a freshman can be a heady occasion for a young athlete. For Chase Galloway, his promotion to join the upperclassmen with the Lugoff-Elgin baseball team ended up humbling him. Rather than sulking around, hanging his head and wondering why he was watching from the dugout while his older teammates played in the games, the Demon catcher decided to do something about his plight.