October 29, 2010 > Logan inducts new athletic hall of fame class
Logan inducts new athletic hall of fame class
Submitted By New Haven Unified School District
James Logan High School's Athletic Hall of Fame will induct a new class of honorees - including five individuals, a near-state champion basketball team and a pair of highly-regarded boosters - at a banquet next month.
Inductees include Mike Louisiana (class of 1966), who went on to win a national collegiate championship in the discus; Gary Alexander (1982), who played baseball in the Philadelphia Phillies and Texas Rangers organizations; Tuineau Alipate (1984), who went on to play pro football for the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings; Artemio Flores (1994), a state wrestling champion; and Talia Stewart (2004), a three-time state track and field champion.
Also being inducted are coach Will Biggs' 1985 state runner-up boys basketball team, as well as Sam and Gilda Cavallaro, arguably the athletic department's biggest boosters for more than 30 years.
Tickets for the banquet, which begins at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Fremont Marriot Silicon Valley, are priced at $65 ($600 for a table of 10). To reserve your seat, contact Sarah Muse at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 510-471-2520, ext. 60118.
Logan sets dates for mini camps
Beginner athletes interested in competing in the spring season track and field (specifically the long jump) are invited to attend the first in a series of track and field mini camps being hosted by James Logan track and field coach Lee Webb on Saturday, Oct. 30.
Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and the clinic runs from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Advance registration is $10 per clinic or $50 for the series for Union City residents; $15 per clinic or $75 for the series for non-residents. Day-of -clinic registration is $5 more. For additional information, call coach Webb at 510-471-2520 or 510-304-7172.
The series of mini camps will resume on Nov. 13 (sprints, hurdles and strength), Dec. 4 (javelin and hammer), Dec. 11 (speed), Dec. 18 (jumps, pole vault and strength), Jan. 8 (long and triple jump) and Jan. 15 (hurdles, discus, triple and high jump).