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The Positive Coaching Alliance Tampa Bay, in conjunction with the Tampa Bay Rays, recognized student athletes as "Triple-Impact Competitor" scholarship winners during Wednesday evening's game versus the Pittsburgh Pirates at Tropicana Field.
Osceola Fundamental High School's Devin Daughtry received a $2,000 scholarship from PCA. The scholarship winners are students who have proven that they work hard to make themselves, their teammates and their sport better. PCA disbursed $46,000 in total scholarship money to Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco County students during the event, held in the Left Field Terrace Suite of Tropicana Field.
The recipients were also recognized in left field prior to the first pitch and even made an appearance on the Jumbotron during the game.
Daughtry, a soccer player at the top of his class, will be attending the University of Florida in the fall. He was joined by his principal, Michael Bohnet, his coach Ian Matthews, district Athletic Director Al Bennett and his parents and friends.
“We are so proud of Devin and his achievements as a student athlete at Osceola and we are grateful to the Positive Coaching Alliance for recognizing him,” Hendrick said. “We look forward to maintaining our partnership with PCA Tampa Bay through their middle and high school programming and will continue to promote growth and development for our student athletes and coaches.”