The soccer season for Alameda high school teams ended last month with teams’ bids at a North Coast Section (NCS) titles unsuccessful.
Alameda High School’s (AHS) women’s team lost to Livermore High, 5-0, in the first round of the NCS women’s Div. II playoffs on Feb. 13. The Hornets were heavy underdogs as the 16th seed, while the Cowboys were the first seed in the tournament. AHS finished the season 9-8-3 overall.
Claudia Leed won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club net tournament event last Thursday, Feb. 28, on the Jack Clark Course.
Leed won the event by posting a net 71. She competed in the third flight among golfers with a handicap of 29 to 34. Sandi Kaney shot a 76 for second place in the flight, while Jane Sullwold came in third place with a net 78. Louis Eilhardt shot a net 79 for fourth place, while Denise Gasti finished fifth with a net 80.
The St. Joseph Notre Dame (SJND) Pilots men’s and women’s basketball teams had their seasons end last week in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) NorCal playoffs.
The women’s team lost to Salesian College Preparatory (SCP) of Richmond, 55-47, in the opening round of the CIF NorCal Open Division tournament on Feb. 27. The Pilots entered the six-team tournament as the fifth seed. SCP was the four seed.
Alameda High School (AHS) graduate and National Football League (NFL) hopeful Keelan Doss will participate in the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., this weekend.
Doss, who graduated from AHS in 2014, will be among more than 300 athletes to participate in the seven-day, invite-only event designed for NFL prospects. They will undergo agility skills tests and one-on-one interviews with NFL team personnel. Prospects will also undergo a full health evaluation by NFL doctors.
Alameda’s recently renovated South Course at Corica Park has earned the inaugural Water and Sustainability Innovation Award, presented by Audubon International and Ewing Irrigation and Landscape Supply. The renovation, which took inspiration from top courses in Australia, has resulted in a 60 percent reduction in water use, according to an article posted on turfnet.com Feb. 20.