Seven Island City runners competed

Several Alamedans took part in the 123rd Boston Marathon Monday, April 15.

Seven Alameda residents traveled to the East Coast to take part in prestigious long-distance race. Connie Shieh finished the 26.2-mile race with a time of 3:12:11. The 31-year-old hit the halfway mark at 1:31:12. She finished 4,777th overall and 464th in the women’s 18- to 39-year-old division.

Alameda native Race Roizen won the gold medal in the Skier Cross competition (seven-and-under) at the USA Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) National Championships April 9, in Copper Mountain, Colo.

Roizen (aka Branson, Race is his middle name) beat nine other division opponents in the final race to win the gold. He completed his trip down the slopes in 66.63. He earned a tournament score of 1,150.

Jason Anthony held on to his lead entering the second weekend to win the 92nd Alameda Commuters Golf Tournament Sunday, April 14.

On the same day Tiger Woods won the Masters, Anthony, a Fresno State alum, won the tournament with an eight-under-par 280 after 72 holes on the Jack Clark Course. Anthony was tied with Daniel Robertson at two-under 142 entering the second weekend. However, Anthony, a Fairfield native, posted a six-under 66 on Saturday to separate from the rest of the pack. It was the best score of the round. Anthony shot an even-par in round four.


The St. Joseph Notre Dame (SJND) Pilots baseball team overcame their opponents’ hitting prowess to take down the Bentley School of Oakland Phoenix, 3-1, last Thursday, April 4, at the Navy Base Field at Alameda Point.

The contest between the Pilots and the Phoenix proved that quality hitting is more important than quantity. The Phoenix accumulated 10 hits in the game, but could only produce one run. On the other hand the Pilots had just four hits, but turned them into three runs to win the Bay County-East League game. 


Two players sit atop the leaderboard at the halfway mark of the 92nd Alameda Commuters Golf Tournament at Corica Park. 

Jason Anthony and Daniel Robertson lead in the longest running Alameda golf tournament after two rounds of play with matching two-under-par 142s. Anthony, a Fresno State alum, shot one-under par 71s in round one on April 6, and round two on April 7. Robertson posted a three-under 69 in round one, but took a step back in round two with a one-over-par 73. Robertson was the only golfer to shoot below a 70 in round one when he shot his three-under 69.