While the Sacramento Kings may be struggling, sitting at 24-56 with just two games to go this season, their dance team has taken over the spotlight by advancing to a championship of their own in the NBA.
The CIF Sac-Joaquin Section is proud to announce $34,400 in scholarships will be awarded to the 49 winners of the A. Dale Lacky/CSEA Scholarships for outstanding athletic performance, community service and academic success during their four years of high school.
The award, honoring former Section and State CIF President, A. Dale Lacky, recognizes the top male and female student-athletes within the Section. The scholarship committee has selected four male and four female students as the recipients of a $1,000 scholarship. The remaining nominees are awarded a $600 scholarship from the Section.
Fans hoping to see the Rookie Challenge champ defend his title as a sophomore will be sorely disappointed. He won’t be playing.
While Raley Field will still primarily be the home of the Oakland A’s Triple-A affiliate Sacramento River Cats, interest to use the venue for more than just baseball has grown over the last couple of years. With successful events like boxing matches and concerts taking the field, fans have come to the gates in droves to catch the next big event time after time.
The Sacramento Kings are known for making big moves on the roster, but despite several rumors, the team hasn’t made the big move to Las Vegas everyone thought it would. Instead, it’s staying in Sacramento, but now, it has a new partnership that will help the owners beef up production of other things in Las Vegas.