The Alameda Junior Golf Club season continued July 12 with another event at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex.

Nathan Moore won the boys’ 16- to 18-year-old division with a 73. Jason Ravetti shot a 75 for second place, while Thomas Flynn shot a 76 to round out the top three.

Marcus Young won the 14-15 division with a 76. He beat out Henry Lambert (78) and Nicholas Ferry (82). Lumumba Loggins posted a 78 to win the 12-13 division. He won with a wide margin. Cooper Gunning shot an 87 for second place, while Jake Fox shot a 100.


Sonia Kwak shot a tournament-low net 69 to win the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s net tournament event held July 13 on the Earl Fry Course.

Kwak competed in the second flight among golfers with a 27-to-30 handicap. Linda Ferrill finished second in the flight with a net 71. Bonnie Kim posted a net 76 for third place, while Denise Gasti shot a net 81 for fourth place. Diane Hughes rounded out the top five with a net 82.


Registration is open now for two events coming up that will test the wills of local swimmers and tennis players here in the Island City. 

63rd Alameda Swim Tournament
The 63rd annual Alameda Swim Meet will take place the weekend of Aug. 4 to 6 at the Encinal Swim Center. 

The event is open to swimmers of all ages. The first race will be a 1,650-yard freestyle meet for women and men on Friday, Aug. 4 at 5:30 p.m. The meets are open to men and women of all ages. 


Jean Cho won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club July Charm event after shooting a net 70 last Thursday, July 6, on the Earl Fry Course.

Cho played in the fourth flight among golfers with a 35 to 38 handicap. Cho fought off competition from Kay Park who shot a net 71 in the flight. Ann Ching rounded up the top three with a net 73.

Tai Chewpanich won the first flight — handicap of 11 to 22 — with a net 72. Chewpanich ran away with the flight. Her next closest competitor was Jenny Bae who shot a net 80. Chewpanich also had the lowest gross score at an overall 83.


The Alameda Attack girls high school lacrosse team won its third-straight Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (NCJLA) championship May 21 at Patelco Fields in Pleasanton. 

The team defeated the San Jose Extreme 12-6 to secure the “three-peat.” No NCJLA team has ever won three straight championships. Alameda advanced to the finals after beating Morgan Hill in the playoffs the weekend before.