Alameda’s Pacific Fencing Club (PFC) will hold a Junior Demonstration Fencing tournament Saturday, Aug. 9, at the club located at 2329 Santa Clara Ave.

The foil tournament is open to all members of PFC who are under 20 years of age and have qualified by demonstrating the required level of fencing skill.

Preliminary rounds will begin at 1 p.m. and continue until all eliminations are complete and the final four competitors have been determined.

The finals — the medal bouts — will take place on Saturday evening at 6 p.m.

The Alameda Junior Golf Club held its Summer Co-ed Scramble at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex, Jack Clark Course on July 23.

Glenn Van Winkle, Bernadette Perene, Alpiu Esguerra and Ricky Lam were named overall low gross champions with their scores of 61.

First place went to Kevin Thai, Baron Lock, Moe Flynn and Jada Delaney.

Second place went to Nicholas Lum, Harrod Tang, Beck Anderson and Trevor Olofson. Third place went to Thomas Flynn, Carl Penny, Kyle Lam and Penny Chai.

The College of Alameda baseball park was flooded with over 100,000 gallons of water over the weekend after vandals opened the main water valve and destroyed six sprinkler heads last weekend.

The vandalism took place some time between 9 p.m. Saturday, July 26, and 7 a.m. Sunday, July 27, on the eve of three important Alameda Babe Ruth baseball league games, according to the Alameda Babe Ruth senior league general manager Eric Schuler. The three games had to be cancelled.

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) held its guest day event last Thursday, July 24. The event invites non-AWGC members to team with AWGC golfers to comprise teams of four. Those teams battle for the top spot in their respective flight group.

Each of the team members play each hole with the two best scores counting against the team’s overall score and the other two scores being discarded.

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Sherman Lee (back row, fifth from right) posed with participants in his free basketball clinic last Saturday.

About ten kids from Alameda were able to take part in the "Defend the Rim" basketball clinic last Saturday, July 12, at the Parrot Village apartments on the 1800 block of Wood Street.

The clinic was taught by Alameda native and longtime basketball coach Sherman Lee. Lee has been involved in coaching all sports in Alameda for more than 30 years now. He has organized dozens of youth basketball clinics including ones at Alameda and Encinal High.