DC Basketball Names Ray Carci to Board of Directors

The DC Basketball Foundation named former Bladensburg H.S. player Ray Carci to its Board of Directors. Carci is Vice President of the Special Olympics of South Carolina. Carci played high school ball against players such as Alphonso Adair of DuVal, Harold Fox of Northwestern, and Matt Gantt of Douglass. From Bladensburg he went on to play at the University of Maryland where he played in the 1972 NIT Tournament, and Baptist College in Charleston, S.C.

Carci has worked with Special Olympics of South Carolina for 17 years. Prior to that he served on the Atlanta Committee for the 1996 Olympic Games. He brings a background in event planning, fundraising, sponsorship, sales, community development, and marketing to DC Basketball.

As a teenager, Ray Carci played summer and pickup basketball all over the D.C. metropolitan area, including The Jelleff League, Chillum, Turkey Thicket, College Park, and Chevy Chase. DC Basketball is excited to have Mr. Carci aboard to marry local basketball history to enrichment programs and corporate partnerships for youth, educators, and recreational officials.

BCB

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