Sports

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club completed the third and final round of the 89th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial Match Play tournament Thursday, May 16, on the Jack Clark Course.
The three-round tournament is played under match play rules. In “match” play participants count the number of holes won to determine the winner of the match. A final score of 3-and-2 means the winner was ahead by three holes with just two holes to play. 

Club submits second round results for event that honors golfing brothers 

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club completed the second round of the 89th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial Match Play tournament Thursday, May 9, on the Jack Clark Course.

The three-round tournament is played under match-play rules. In “match” play participants count the number of holes won to determine the winner of the match. A final score of 3-and-2 means the winner was ahead by three holes with just two holes to play. 

The North Coast Section (NCS) softball and baseball playoffs begin this week with heavy Alameda high school representation.

Softball
An Island City clash took place in the first round of the NCS Div. III softball tournament when Encinal High School (EHS) faced St. Joseph Notre Dame (SJND) yesterday at Leydecker Park. The game took place after Alameda Sun press time.

The three-day celebration downtown, Alameda’s Spring Festival Weekend, starts Friday with Rhythmix Cultural Works’ Love Our Island Art Walk, Radical Beauty, Part 8. The celebration of art and music takes place along Park Street and at Rhythmix, 2513 Blanding Ave., from 6 to 9 p.m. this Friday, May 10.

Students at Alameda Martial Arts on Harbor Bay Parkway surprised their instructor, Erik Lee, with a beach cleanup for his 53rd birthday April 22, the same day as Earth Day.

Coach Lee is known for giving “life lessons” and his students know how much he dislikes litter.

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