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Head Coach Mills
Name:Td Mills
Email:Not available without sign-in.
  • Siena College '99 (B.S. Biology)
  • Marist College '03 (M.A. Secondary Eduction/Educational Psychology)
  • catchers/pitchers
  • hitting
  • baserunning
  • weightlifting
  • field maintenance 
Awards:Coach Mills is entering his 2nd season (6-16) as Head Coach of the Panthers after spending 4 years as an Assistant Head Coach for the Kingston Tigers who won 3 OCIAA Division I titles and 1 Section 9 Title in that time. 

Coach Mills is a 1994 Kingston graduate. He was a 4 year starter at the Varsity level and lettered in 2 sports (Baseball, Football). The '91-'94 Tigers won the OCIAA 4 years in a row and the Section IX Championship from '92-'94. In 1992, the Tigers were ranked as high as 17th in the nation! 

He went on to play college ball in the MAAC at Siena College. At Siena he was a member of the MAAC Champions in both '97 and '98. 

After College, Coach Mills was the Assistant Head Coach at SUNY New Paltz for 5 years under former KHS and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Mike Juhl

He currently lives in Kingston and teaches Biology in the Wallkill Central School District.
Coach Pritts
Name:Mike Pritts
Title:Assistant Coach
Email:Not available without sign-in.
Coach Pritts is entering his fourth year as the varsity Assistant Coach. He joined the Wallkill School district in February of ‘09 and quickly got involved with Wallkill baseball volunteering his time with the Modified Team.
Coach Pritts is a 2000 Hendrick Hudson graduate down in Northern Westchester. He was a 4-year starter at the Varsity level and lettered in 3 sports (Football, Basketball, and Baseball). In 2000 Hen Hud won the Section I title for the first time in over 15 years. At the end of the season his batting average was just below the .600 mark at .591 and that earned him USA Today All-American honors.
Coach Pritts joined the Ithaca College Bomber’s football and Baseball teams in 2000–2001. Coach Pritts still holds Ithaca College baseball records including ranked on the top ten career hits, career and season putouts, and career fielding percentage as an infielder.

 At Ithaca College he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Science Education, while playing four years of college baseball.
After college Coach Pritts taught at a Connecticut prep school and was the Assistant Varsity Baseball coach. Then, coincidently, Coach Pritts also landed an assistant coach position at SUNY New Paltz before joining the Panther family here at Wallkill.
He now resides in New City, down in Rockland County and teaches 7th grade Science at John G. Borden Middle School.

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