Posted On: 12/6/18 3:00 PM

Zach Galvin just keeps on working. The solid 6-foot-4, 180-pound wing had a little time off after summer AAU ball ended, so he got some rest and got a knee issue taken care of. But the Southridge High School senior is back in action now, better than ever and ready to help the Skyhawks make another run at the Metro League title.

Galvin is hopeful that the wins also lead to an increase with his college recruitment. He notes that he's currently hearing the most from Lewis & Clark and Whitman. "They've been pretty interested," Galvin said. "I haven't visited anybody yet, so I'm probably going to make some time after the season or if we have a weekend off. I'm just going to wait and see what happens with the season - I want to focus on that right now."

Another school that has been in contact has been Portland State. Zach's father Phil is good friends with Vikings head coach Barret Peery and there's been some discussion about coming into the program as a walk-on. "That's something I've been talking to my dad about a lot and it's definitely something I think I could do," Galvin said. "I

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