Christ The King's Dominykas Milka Chooses The College Of St. Rose

Christopher ChavezAnalyst IIApril 28, 2010

Christ the King High School is New York's City's basketball powerhouse. Their coaching staff is amazing. Their uniforms are top notch, as LeBron James is one of their strong supporters. The team is skilled and built to win year in and year out. This year, Dominikas Milka, a native of Lithuania, helped provide the aggressiveness in the post and on defense for the team to make it to the New York City Championship and win it all.

Milka worked out with a strict regime and was able to get his body in tip-top shape. He weighed in at a superb 260 pounds. He stepped up as their starting forward and provided an excellent source of power for CTK.

He wasn't the biggest scorer, as he only averaged 7.8 points per game for the Royals. In his last few games, he proved that he was for real as he put up a few double-doubles.

Manhattan College, NIT, and the College of St. Rose came calling for his services.

Dominikas Milka answered the call to become a Golden Knight for the College of St. Rose on Wednesday, April 28th. He officially committed to them according to early reports.

His tradition of winning may continue at St. Rose, but it probably will not be at the same level that it was at Christ the King. While with Christ the King, he was able to be part of a championship winning team. It will definitely be hard to do since he will be in the NCAA, but anything is possible.

The Bleacher Report Community wishes Dominikas Milka the best of luck in his basketball endeavors as he moves on to the College of St. Rose.