When the Sacramento Charter High School football team shows up to
practice, sometimes they have to pick up after dogs. It’s one of
the many disadvantages that come with having an older field.
Some people think the football field is a dog park. But it’s not.
Now, a former player is giving back to his community by starting
a fundraiser to make improvements to the field at the oldest high
school in Sacramento.
“We don’t have a lot, so we have to work harder than the other
teams,” said Lamar Radcliffe, 16, junior running back.