Twins Sign Four at Hunter-Tannersville High School
The Twins athletic program recently got signed commitments from four athletes in three sports. All these athletes come from Hunter-Tannersville High School. A letter of intent signing ceremony was held at the high school. With coaches, teammates, and school staff present to support these athletes.
The first signee was Cole Matthews. He signed his commitment to play baseball for the Twins next season. Head coach, Robert "Skip" Ingham, and assistant coach, Joseph Berry, were there to support their newest athlete. Both coaches spoke about the excitement around their recruiting class this year and their hopes for next season.
Next up was Riley Knoetgen. She signed her letter of intent to play women's basketball here at Columbia-Greene Community College. She was joined by her family and high school coach for the signing.
There were two signees for the women's soccer program. Maggie Ryan and Ashley Petrocca both signed their letter of intents to play soccer for the Twins next season. Both were joined by family and their high school coach. Twins head coach, Andrew Lashua, talked on the skill they bring to the table and the excitement around their first season.
We welcome Cole, Riley, Maggie, and Ashley to the Twins family! Look for them in action next year.