Ten to Be Inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame

South San Francisco, CA     February 17, 2016   Submitted by John Horgan36b2ff8fa0db53043e6d94bfbda3cb87

Ten individuals will be inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on the evening of June 8 at the Green Hills Country Club in Millbrae

 

The Hall of Fame, founded in 1989, honors sports figures who have had an impact on the Peninsula athletic scene and beyond.

 

The Hall of Fame induction banquet is presented annually by the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, headquartered in Burlingame.

 

The Hall of Fame is located at the San Mateo County History Museum in downtown Redwood City. Currently, there are more than 250 members of the Hall of Fame.

 

These are the 2016 inductees:

        

Jenny Circle, dominant Sacred Heart Prep basketball player.

 

Tom Dooley, U.S. Olympian from College of San Mateo.

 

Bill Green, national-caliber sprinter from Cubberley High.

 

Bob Keropian, regional president of National Football Foundation.

 

Randy Metheany, record-setting Hillsdale High softball coach.

 

Christie McCoy Hjelm, outstanding softball player from Aragon High.

 

Chuck Rapp, much-honored basketball coach from Serra High.

 

Bob Rush, former track/field coach at San Mateo High, CSM.

 

Bryan Thomasson, ex-Jefferson High/Skyline College star hoopster.

 

Sid Williams, former basketball star at Aragon High, San Jose St.

 

For more information, contact the Convention and Visitors Bureau at 650-348-7600.

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