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Cristo Rey cuts ribbon on sports court

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SAN DIEGO — Cristo Rey San Diego High School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony March 31 to mark the opening of the school’s new sports court.

Board chair Dean Dwyer and basketball player Carlos C. did the honors of cutting the ribbon.

The on-campus space will be used for sports practices, physical education classes, recreation and more. The ribbon-cutting was a time to celebrate everyone who contributed to the project and give the students an opportunity to start enjoying the court.

Donors to the project included: Dean Dwyer, The St. Augustine Foundation, the Eudists, Damian Esparza, Gil Brady, John Yacoville, Bob and Pat Nascenzi, Martha and Gerry Wyrsch, Mark Zangrando and Anjie Frias. The contractor was Clint Hardick of Echo Sport, Inc.

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