Two Alamedans will participate in the "presenting the colors" ceremony at the San Francisco 49er home game this Sunday, Nov. 2.
Duane Blackwell and Chester R. Bartalini, Jr. will be two of the five presenters at the game at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara. They will present alongside George Rodgers, Ryan Renard and Don Marden. Rodgers, Renard and Marden will be the flag bearers, while Blackwell and Bartalini will be the lead and trail sentries, respectively.
Tai Chewpanich and Sarah Valentine tied for the win of Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s net tournament event last Thursday, Oct. 23 with matching net 68s.
Chewpanich played in the first flight — handicap of eight to 18. She beat out Jenny Bae and Stephanie Bellato who both shot a net 73 and Bernice Herzberg who scored a net 74 for fourth place in the flight. Sarah Valentine played in the second flight — handicap of 20 to 24. She was victorious in the flight over Debbie Adams who posted a net 74 and Fran Mori and Linda Ferrill who scored matching net 75s to tie for third place.
An Alameda Viper races through a pair of Piedmont defenders at last weekend’s Halloween Havoc Tournament. This was just one of some 120 games played for the title of champion. The competition drew more than 1,000 players and spectators to Alameda High School, The Boys & Girls Club and the Alameda Point Gymnasium.
Ninety Bay Area youth basketball teams, including the Alameda Vipers basketball club, took part in the third annual Halloween Havoc last weekend, Oct. 25 and 26.
Alameda World Tournament Baseball (AWTB) is now accepting applications for the positions of general manager and head coach for the 2015 World Tournament. The tournament will be held in Okazaki, Japan, in August 2015. The team will travel to Fukuoka, Japan, in early August for Friendship Games then continue to the Nagoya Region for the tournament.
Anyone interested in the position should contact AWTB President Joe Sherratt via email at email@example.com or via phone at (917) 929-0560.
Wilda Moore and Ruby Soo won the Annual Partnership Eclectic Tournament after shooting a net 68 last Thursday, Oct. 16, on the Earl Fry Course. In this two-day tournament, two players (with no more than 10 points difference in their individual handicap index) each play the 18 holes but only record the better net score on each hole. They then come back next week, and do the same thing, but only the better net score on each hole during the two days counts for the final net score for 18 holes.