Sports

The third annual Alameda High School (AHS) annual Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place Saturday, June 8, at the Alameda Elks Lodge. The AHS Hall of Fame Committee will be inducting 10 former AHS athletes with stellar careers while members of Hornet athletic teams.  

The Alameda high school baseball/softball season has ended with all of the teams coming up short of their ultimate goal of winning a North Coast Section (NCS) title. 

Baseball
The Alameda High School (AHS) baseball team entered the NCS Div. II playoffs as the No. 11 seed. They upset the No. 6 seed Sir Francis Drake of San Anselmo 8-4 on May 15. Five days later they defeated Windsor High School 14-4. The Hornets’ run at a NCS title ended with a 10-0 loss to Benicia High School on May 24. The Hornets finished with a 17-10 overall record.

Encinal High School (EHS) senior Marion “Kobe” Allen will compete in the state long-jump competition after a qualifying performance at the North Coast Section (NCS) Track-and-Field Meet of Champions Saturday, May 18.

Allen traveled 23’.75” to earn second place in the long jump competition. His distance was a personal record. Twenty-five athletes participated in the competition.

“We are excited for Kobe (Marion),” EHS Athletic Director Kevin Gorham said. “This track team has really excelled this year, and we couldn’t be more proud than to see Kobe qualify.”

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club completed the third and final round of the 89th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial Match Play tournament Thursday, May 16, on the Jack Clark Course.
The three-round tournament is played under match play rules. In “match” play participants count the number of holes won to determine the winner of the match. A final score of 3-and-2 means the winner was ahead by three holes with just two holes to play. 

Club submits second round results for event that honors golfing brothers 

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club completed the second round of the 89th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial Match Play tournament Thursday, May 9, on the Jack Clark Course.

The three-round tournament is played under match-play rules. In “match” play participants count the number of holes won to determine the winner of the match. A final score of 3-and-2 means the winner was ahead by three holes with just two holes to play. 

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