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1:06 AM on October 19, 2013 by [email protected]

HI Tara, unfortunately we will not be doing an exhibit this year but hope to do another in the next year or two. Please keep checking back and join the Alameda Sports Project facebook page. Best, Dewey

Tara Eglin

6:48 PM on October 18, 2013 by [email protected]

Wondering if you are going to do another exhibit at the Alameda Museum this year?

syd yee

5:58 AM on February 26, 2013 by [email protected]

Blandon Yee, AHS, men's tennis, University of the Pacific

Jose (J.C.) Nunez

3:09 AM on March 31, 2012 by [email protected]

My name is Jose (J.C.) Nunez and I am a 1982 EHS graduate that would like to please request that I be added to the College Athletes list. I was a 1983 Community College All American at Chabot College and then transferred to San Francisco State where I was a varsity wrestler from 1984-86 and was voted the 1985 "Most Inspirational Wrestler" and the 1986 "Team Captain". These are to feats that I am truly proud of and I would appreciate being acknowledged for my accomplishments at the NCAA Division II level. I have a copy of the 1984-85 SFSU Wrestling Program with my individual and team picture as well as a copy of a 1985 issue of the National Amateur Wrestling News with a picture of me losing to a wrestler from Fresno State University as proof. Thank you for considering my request.

David Ballerini

12:31 AM on November 29, 2010 by [email protected]

Encinal is a street in Alameda. We are Alameda!

Keep the rivalry alive


leon theriault

10:52 PM on August 24, 2010 by [email protected]

played varsity football for alameda high school 1956 1958 rich zecker was playing junior varsity for alameda high. when we had practice games with the junior varsity i always played across from rich zecker , when that guy came across the line i sure wokeup leon theriault

Tim Garvin

4:13 PM on July 5, 2010 by [email protected]

Need to add Jim Eyen (St. Joe's 1974) as assistant coach with Sacramento Kings

Al Ahlm

6:52 PM on January 29, 2010 by [email protected]

It was nice to be included with such a great group of Professionals.

I was the only and youngest Professional Bowler from Alameda and was very proud of it. In 1976 I shot the highest ever 3 game series(812) at good old Mels Bowl at age 16.Turned Pro 2 years later..Sure miss those days.Thanks for including me..

bob carson

8:30 PM on January 17, 2010 by [email protected]

last year mike hustler was inducted into st. joe's hall of fame for basketball.he played at university of miami and aba carolina cougers

bob carson

8:30 PM on January 17, 2010 by [email protected]

last year mike hustler was inducted into st. joe's hall of fame for basketball.he played at university of miami and aba carolina cougers

bob carson

8:19 PM on January 17, 2010 by [email protected]

what do you think about jack russi ? st joes grammer school, st joe;s high school except senior year .Catholic high school all american along with iseah thomas.played 1 year at chabot college.2nd in the state. chabot leading scorer in finals for chabot.lost to cypress.cypresss had mark eaton

bob carson

4:45 PM on January 15, 2010 by [email protected]

jim russi,long time alameda resident. long time cyo st joes coach and director was recently inducted into santa clara hall of fame for basketball..

Howard Evans

1:34 AM on November 28, 2009 by [email protected]

It was nice taking a stroll down memory lane. Seeing all of the familiar faces of my baseball days in Alameda. Congrats to all you guys for going so far.


Matt Kapellas

11:46 PM on August 23, 2009 by [email protected]

Saw Exhibit Job Well Done Very Interesting Alot More History Than I Thought

Ross Dileo

8:03 PM on July 10, 2009 by [email protected]

I'm looking forward to your exhibit at the Alameda Museum' it looks very interesting and quite a tribute to the athletes that called Alameda home. Thanks in advance for your efforts in pulling this together.

Robert H. Follrath, Sr. (Bob)

7:12 PM on July 7, 2009

What a wonderful site. I knew a few of these guys. They were great athletes and great guys.


Kin Robles

2:28 PM on June 9, 2009

Kudos to Dewey and Brian on the launch of the Alameda Sports Project. You're off to a great start.

When you look at the all professional athletes who came out of Alameda and how they were touched by the Alameda Recreation & Park Department, you can see just how visionary the founding fathers were. A park in every neighborhood and progressive youth programs run by recreation professionals like Grant Maintland, Lil Arnerich and Bea Rowney. Kids grew to love the games they played and that fostered the drive to take them to the highest levels.

Keep up the great work.

Kin Robles

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Diane LeMoine

3:43 PM on January 22, 2009

Jim LeMoine was one of the first inductees into the Chabot Hall of Fame.