The team of Glenn Van Winkle, Corine Tan, Alpiu Esguerra and Kailer Stone won the Alameda Junior Golf Club Mid-Summer Co-ed Scramble held on Wednesday, July 29.

The winning team tallied the lowest gross score of 61. The event broke teams up into groups of four with at least one woman in each group.

The team of Bernadette Perenne (captain), Harrod Tang, Leonardo Vieira and Will Herbert came in second place after winning a tie-breaker with the third place team. Both teams shot a 63.

The Kiwanis Club of Alameda is holding its Alameda Kiwanis Golf event Friday, Aug. 14 at the Chuck Corica Golf Course. The event is a fundraising effort for the organization.

The tournament will be played in four-person scramble style meaning each player in the four-person scramble team hits a drive. The team then chooses the best drive and selects that position for the next shot. Each player hits from the chosen spot, and the process continues until someone from the team sinks a putt.

The team of Ruby Soo, Binnie Kim, Sonia Kwak and Sandy Acker won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s guest day event with a score of net 125 last Thursday, July 23.

The event saw 47 players broken into teams of four. There was no flight system in this event as the winner was decided solely by the best overall net score. In the guest day event, all four team participants play each hole, with the two best scores on the hole counting in the team score, and the other two scores discarded.

Stone’s Cyclery hosted a Ride of Remembrance last Sunday to honor the memory of the late Dennis Stone, who owned Stone’s Cyclery on Santa Clara Avenue. Some 180 riders participated in the ride; 110 of posed for this group shot in front of the cyclery, which Stone had owned for 50 years.

An event honoring the Alameda and Encinal High School legend is during the same weekend in which the four newest members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame will be inducted in Cooperstown, New York