Sports

The Alameda Recreation and Park Department (ARPD) is teaming up with the Alameda Elk’s Lodge No. 1015 to present a free Summer Youth Recreational Baseball Program. 

This non-competitive baseball program is for girls and boys who will complete kindergarten to fifth grades as of summer 2018. All grade levels will have practices and game play. The program focuses on leadership, integrity, confidence, teamwork, learning the game of baseball and, most importantly, having a good time. 

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club held the final round of the 88th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial Match Play Tournament last Thursday, May 17, on the Earl Fry Course.

In match play golf rules, two golfers compete head-to-head. Each hole is scored. The golfers who completes the hole in the fewest amount of strokes wins the hole. The golfer with the most hole victories wins the match. Each flight had eight participants.

 

All six Alameda high school baseball and softball teams qualified for the North Coast Section (NCS) playoffs. 

Baseball
The Alameda High (AHS) baseball team is the first seed in the NCS Div. II playoffs. The Hornets (23-2-1 overall) took on the 16th-seed Newark Memorial yesterday in the first round. The winner will take on the winner of the Tamalpais of Mill Valley and Marin Catholic of Kentfield game Saturday, May 26. 

 

Both Alameda (AHS) and Encinal (EHS) high school baseball teams finished in first place in their respective leagues at the end of the regular season.

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