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GGF Legion baseball at a glance

Grand Forks Royals Coach: Gabe Dahl. 2010 record: 18-19. Key returners: LF David Nelson, CF Mitchell Anderson, SS Gage Salquist, 2B Casey Purpur, C Taylor Steen, 1B Steven Holtz, P-OF Ryne Anderson. Top newcomers: P-OF Brian Lillemoen; 3B Taylor ...

Grand Forks Royals

Coach: Gabe Dahl.

2010 record: 18-19.

Key returners: LF David Nelson, CF Mitchell Anderson, SS Gage Salquist, 2B Casey Purpur, C Taylor Steen, 1B Steven Holtz, P-OF Ryne Anderson.

Top newcomers: P-OF Brian Lillemoen; 3B Taylor Cantrell; 1B Chaise Anderson; 1B Nick Moe; IF Devon Brown; IF-P Dylan Dufault.

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Coach Dahl says: "We have good pitching depth. It's no secret that the two Grand Forks high school baseball teams struggled to score runs this season. Our big question is going to be whether we can score runs."

East Grand Forks

Coach: Kevin Nunn.

2010 record: 14-16.

Key returners: 2B-3B Hunter Aubol, P-SS Jordan Osmundson, C-P Ryan Hammargren, OF-P Josh Moser, RF Mike Aubol, OF-DH Neil Nagle, INF Mike Pietruszewski.

Top newcomers: P-1B-3B Corey Roach, IF Kolton Aubol, OF Chase Grabow.

Coach Nunn says: "We have a good mixture of guys. We have everyone coming back, even next year. We don't lose anybody. I don't think we're going to have a super senior like we did with Kevin Hatcher or Darin Hager like last year. But we have some young kids who have to develop into their body. That's why we sort of have a rugged schedule to get a head start this year. We're pretty deep in pitching. We have two solid starters off the bat. Total, we have 12-13 pitchers. We're trying to find about four or five starters. We've got the pitchers, but now, it's are we going to be consistent."

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