SSS Barclay Stephens Skipper Sieg Wroebel joins boatswains (from left to right) Chris Wroebel and Jim and Tom Dorance. They hold the organization’s stack emblem which includes a propeller, compass dividers and compass ring.

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) decided to break away from the typical run-of-the-mill format net score format to participate in the Annual Partnership Eclectic Tournament. In this format two players (with no more than a 10-point difference in their individual handicap index) each play the 18 holes but only record the better net score on each hole.

Martial arts fans of all ages will find something fun to do when Team Silva Martial Arts and Yoga Alameda open their new studio on Park Street, Saturday.

Both martial arts and yoga enthusiasts in town have an opportunity to practice their skills in a brand new facility at 1502 Park St. The long-time vacuum and sewing machine store has become a combination yoga and martial arts studio.

Ruby Soo won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s October Charm after shooting a net 65 last Thursday, Oct. 2, at the club’s Charm event.

Soo won the charm by the slimmest of margins, beating out Cheryl Saxton and Jenny Bae by one stroke. Saxton and Bae both competed in the first flight — handicap of 10 to 22 — where the duo posted net 66s each. Dot Moody followed with a net 69 for third place. Tai Chewpanich and Barbara Mickle tied for third place with duplicate net 74s.

Larry Lancaster (#58) of the Alameda Hornets carries the ball in last Friday’s Junior Varsity Island Bowl at Thompson Field. The Hornets won, 38-0.

All proceeds from big game to benefit arson victims

ame ever," shouted one adult standing on the Alameda High sideline during the Alameda versus Encinal junior varsity football game last Friday, Oct. 3. And he might have just been right.