Kennedy, McClatchy scholar-athletes win A. Dale Lacky Scholarships
John F. Kennedy’s Kayla Nodohara and C.K. McClatchy’s Aidan Flynn recently received $600 A. Dale Lacky Scholarships for outstanding athletic performance, community service and academic success.
Nodohara, a senior, played volleyball, basketball and track and field all four years at Kennedy and served as team captain of all three teams. She’s a member of the California Scholarship Federation, the National Honor Society and was the female freshman student of the year for the PACE program.
She volunteers at Caroline Wenzel Elementary School in the Fourth ‘R’ program, maintains a 4.10 GPA and is ranked No. 36 in her class of 414 students.
Flynn, also a senior, played rugby and football all four years at CKM. In football, he was the team MVP twice, the defensive MVP once and was selected to the all-league team twice. He’s the current Associated Student Body president and a founding member of the C.K. McClatchy High Adventure Club.
Flynn has a 4.10 GPA and will attend UC Berkeley in the fall where he plans on continuing to play rugby and majoring in either engineering, zoology or marine biology.