The Alameda High School (AHS) softball team defeated the Encinal High School (EHS) team, 13-7, in a high scoring match Monday, April 29, at Lower Washington Park.

The Jets got the scoring started with four runs in the bottom of the first inning. The Hornets quickly responded with two runs in the top of the second and six more in the third inning. The Jets made a rally with a three-run fourth inning to close the deficit to 8-7, but the Hornets thwarted the Jets’ comeback attempt with a five-run sixth inning to put the contest out of reach.

Bobbie Hoepner and Vivian Kang both shot net 64s to tie for the winner of the Alameda Women’s Golf Club net tournament Thursday, April 18, on the Jack Clark Course.

Hoepner and Kang both competed in the fifth flight among golfers with a handicap of 38 to 40. Siv Richards posted a net 74 in the flight for third place. Lynette Mladinich shot a net 74 for fourth place, while Pam Curtis shot a net 75 for fifth place.

Eight St. Joseph Notre Dame student-athletes made their college choices final at a signing day ceremony on the school’s campus Wednesday, April 17.

Family, friends and school employees gathered at the school’s auditorium to celebrate the college choices of Marcus Abendanio, Caroline Bridges, Jason De Ocampo, Hudson Hennigh, Emily Perez, Richard Reid, Andrea Rodgers and Julian Vaughns.

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.