The Alameda Junior Golf Club held a competition Wednesday, July 10, on the Earl Fry Course.
Adrian Davis won the boys’ 16- to 18-year-old division with a 63. Brice Chin finished four strokes behind him with a 67. Joseph Donavan finished third in the division with an 80.

Amaan Kanji posted a 75 to win the boys’ 14- to 15-year-old division. Cooper Gunning shot a 75 to finish in second place, while Zachary Williams rounded out the top three with an 86.

An Alameda-based rugby team will be holding a girls’ rugby clinic Saturday, Aug. 3, at Rittler Park.

Alameda Riptide, an under-19 girls’ rugby club, will present the free clinic from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The clinic is open to all girls who will be entering grades nine to 12 this fall. The clinic will introduce participants to basic rugby skills. No experience is necessary to attend the clinic. Participants will learn rudimentary rugby skills such as ball handling, tackling, rucking and team ethos.

Alameda native Cooper Teare finished first overall at the Alameda Fourth of July Ralph Appezzato Charity Event (R.A.C.E.) 5K. 

The Encinal High School (EHS) Esports team, Encinal Astros, won the High School Esports League (HSEL) Summer Invitational Overwatch Series last month, making them the best high school Overwatch team in the country.

Longtime Fourth of July Parade Committee members left to right: Kendra Williams, Mark Sorenson and Barbara Price kick off the 2018 Fourth of July Parade (above). The trio will be out there again today, leading the community in what has long been rumored the longest Fourth of July Parade in the nation, and therefore, the world. Word from Price is that in 2020 the City of Alameda may be taking over production of the parade from the volunteer, nonprofit committee. The new arrangement has Sorenson and Price stepping down after more than a decade of service.