Superkats vs. First Responders

The Chico Superkats hosted local first responders in a game of basketball with proceeds going to the Boys' and Girls' Club of the North Valley

Posted: Oct 21, 2019 12:55 AM

Local businesses and fans came together at Marsh Junior High School for a good game of basketball. Half of the proceeds earned today are going to the Boy's and Girl's Club of the North Valley.

Chico Chief of Police Michael O'Brien said, "It's fantastic to have them here but to play for a cause such as the Boys' and Girls' Club here of Chico is really outstanding and quite proud to be able to participate in that."

The Superkats enjoy participating in community events, but getting a chance to work with first responders was an added plus.

Head Coach Dennis Berryman says "We do appreciate the first responders in what they do, what they mean to the community, you know and we're just going to enjoy the time that we can share with them on the court."

Next Saturday, the Superkats will tip-off their ABA season in Oakland when they take on the Oaktown Warriors.

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