Sports

Sunshine was the forecast for last Thursday’s Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s net tournament event on the Earl Fry Course. The previous week’s event had to be cancelled due to rain.
The event saw 30 golfers participate, but there could be only one winner and that was Stephanie Bellato.

The St. Joseph men’s golf team notched its tenth win of the year last week against Pinole Valley at the Chuck Corica Golf Course. The Pilots put on an overall team performance with three of its five players shooting in the mid-30s. James Lemos shot a low of 36 (one over par), Thomas Lee shot 38 (three over par), and Octavio Guzman shot 39 (four over par).

“These three players have done a great job in helping the team get to 10-1, along with the help of R.J. Pimentel and Joey DiGiuillio,” said Coach Vic Quintell. 

With the spring season in full bloom Alameda high school athletes have made their treks from the basketball courts and soccer fields to the baseball diamonds. The spring baseball/softball season is a month into action and all six Alameda high school teams have put on some impressive performance so far.
Hornet Baseball

The 87th Annual Alameda Commuters Golf Tournament will be coming to the Island City at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex on the weekend of April 26 and May 3. 
This year a field of more than 200 of the best amateur golfers in the country will compete over the two weekends. The Northern California Golf Association licenses the event and will award 250 points to the winner. The 26th annual Alameda Commuters Senior Golf Tournament with take place during the second weekend of the event. 
To learn more or to sponsor the event, visit alamedacommuters.org.

Men’s volleyball is another sport Alameda’s high school students are taking part in this spring.

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