(DeSoto) In one of the best seasons in DeSoto Dragons history, Hunter Dill became one of the program’s best-ever players.
His place on the Regional Radio Dream Team confirms that.
Starring both at the plate and on the mound as a senior, Dill was named all-state in Class 5 and was the JCAA Large-School Division Co-Player of the Year.
He says he feels extremely fulfilled by adding this honor.
Dill was one of the best hitters in the state this season, posting a .535 batting average for a DeSoto team that scored over 200 runs.
Dill also finished with 8 doubles, 2 home runs, 23 runs batted in, 32 runs scored and 16 stolen bases.
He says having a great lineup around him and a little tweaking of his process turned him into an elite hitter.
Dill also dominated hitters while pitching.
He finished 2021 with a 2.23 earned-run average and struck out 50 batters in 44 innings.
But he says he had plenty of help.
Dill will continue his career at St. Charles Community College.
Hunter Dill Dream Team Interview