Sports

Several members of the Alameda Gators swim team competed in the Orinda Aquatics Meet on Feb. 8.

All four Alameda high school soccer teams that qualified for a North Coast Section (NCS) tournament were defeated in the first round of the playoffs. 

Women’s soccer
The Alameda High School (AHS) women’s soccer team entered the NCS Div. II tournament as the No. 10 seed. They lost to Casa Grande High of Petaluma, 4-1, in the first round on Feb. 19 on the road. The Hornets could not stop the Gauchos’ versatile attack. Four different Gauchos scored a goal in the contest. AHS’ season ended with a 14-7 overall record.

All six Alameda high school basketball teams have begun their quests for a North Coast Section (NCS) basketball crown.

Men’s basketball
After an undefeated season in league play, the Alameda High School (AHS) men’s basketball team earned the fifth seed in the NCS Div. II tournament. The Hornets faced No. 12 seed Redwood High of Larkspur in the first round of the 16-team tournament at home last Tuesday. 

Sullwold leads the pack with net 67

Jane Sullwold won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club net tournament on Thursday, Feb. 13, on the Jack Clark Course.

Sullwold posted a net 67 from the fourth flight. She played among golfers with 33 to 35 handicaps. Susan Yoon finished two strokes behind her in the flight. Sandi Kaney finished two strokes behind Yoon with a net 71. LeAnn Curran shot a net 72 for fourth place, while Jean Cho finished in fifth with a net 73.

The 2020 high school soccer sectional tournament kicked off this week and several Alameda teams are vying for a North Coast Section (NCS) title.

Women’s soccer
The Alameda High School (AHS) women’s soccer team finished first in the West Alameda County Conference (WACC) Shoreline League with a 9-1 league record. This gave them an automatic berth in the NCS Div. II tournament. The Hornets are the 10th seed in the 16-team tournament. 

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