Both Peggy Miller and Louise Eilhardt came away victorious in the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s (AWGC) club tournament held last Thursday, March 13, on the Earl Fry Course.

The Alameda City Council is soliciting applications from residents who would like to serve on the city’s golf commission. The appointee will serve a partial term expiring June 30, 2016.

The golf commission was established to advise council on operational policies and fees for the golf facilities, including the Chuck Corica Golf Complex. The commission meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the golf complex, 1 Clubhouse Memorial Road.

Stephanie Bellato won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s March Charm by shooting a net 70 Thursday, March 6, on the Jack Clark Course.

Bellato played in the first flight among golfers with a handicap of 11 to 24. Barbara Mickle shot a net 72 for second place while Debbie Adams shot a net 75 for third place. Cheryl Saxton came in fourth place in the flight with a net 76. Nine golfers in all competed in the flight.

Dot Moody, Diane Hughes and Ruby Soo won a share of the Alameda Women Golf Club’s net tournament event last Thursday, Feb. 20 on the Jack Clark Course.

Moody, Hughes and Soo each shot net 69’s to earn the top distinction. Each of the three winners played in a different flight group.

The day before Valentine’s Day was a day for sharing for the Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) as there was a three-way tie for the Net Tournament event Thursday, Feb. 13, at the Earl Fry Course.

Debbie Adams, Sarah Valentine and Bobbie Hoepner each shot a net 73 for a share of the tournament’s top distinction. Adams competed in the first flight — handicap of 10 to 20 — where her net 73 was three strokes better than the closest competitor. Dot Moody shot a net 76 for second place in the flight. Fran Mori and Tai Chewpanich both shot a net 77 for third place.

Tai Chewpanich was on fire at Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) tournament event last Thursday, Jan. 30. Chewpanich shot the lowest gross and net scores in the event and even sunk a 22’8" putt for a birdie on the 15th hole.

Chewpanich played in the first flight — handicap of 9 to 26 — where she shot a net 70 and an overall 79. Cheryl Saxton came in second place in the flight with a net 72. Yvonne Lee reached third place in the flight with a net 75. Sarah Valentine and Stephanie Bellato tied for fourth place. They both shot a net 76.

Sarah Valentine won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s (AWGC) third event of 2014 by shooting a net 68 at the Jack Clark Course last Thursday, Jan. 16.

Valentine played in the second of four flights — handicap of 22 to 27. She outplayed her competition in the flight by a wide margin. Pat O’ Hara was the closest to Valentine. O’ Hara shot a net 71 for second place. Claire Loud shot a net 74 for third place, while Juanita Solano and Madeline Sally both shot a net 75 to tie for fourth place in the flight.

With the fall sports season almost over, let's take a look at how some of the high school sports' teams in Alameda have fared in 2013.

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