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Image of 2012.009.002 - Jim Harbaugh Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Jim Harbaugh of Palo Alto High School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of Harbaugh and a brief biography:  "An outstanding quarterback in high scool, college (University of Michigan) and the NFL (14 seasons with four teams), he was an assistant coach with Oakland in the NFL for two years. He then took over the University of San Diego program and guided the school to a 29-6 record over three seasons. Next, at Stanford University, his teams went 29-21. His 2010 Cardinal team was 12-1, winning the Orange Bowl to cap a stunning, four-year turnaround. His next successful reclamation project occurred in 2011, when he assumed control of San Francisco in the NFL. HE led the 49ers to a 13-3 regular season record and was named NFL Coach of the Year." Plaque is wood with an acrylic label attached to front with four screws, one in each corner. Wood has a hole in center top, as well as two grooves on back (one on the left and one on top below the hole), for mounting.

2012.009.002 - Jim Harbaugh Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Jim Harbaugh of Palo Alto High School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of Harbaugh and a brief biography: "An outstanding quarterback in high scool, college (University of Michigan) and the NFL (14 seasons with four teams), he was an assistant coach with Oakland in the NFL for two years. He then took over the University of San Diego program and guided the school to a 29-6 record over three seasons. Next, at Stanford University, his teams went 29-21. His 2010 Cardinal team was 12-1, winning the Orange Bowl to cap a stunning, four-year turnaround. His next successful reclamation project occurred in 2011, when he assumed control of San Francisco in the NFL. HE led the 49ers to a 13-3 regular season record and was named NFL Coach of the Year." Plaque is wood with an acrylic label attached to front with four screws, one in each corner. Wood has a hole in center top, as well as two grooves on back (one on the left and one on top below the hole), for mounting.

Jim Harbaugh Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Jim Harbaugh of Palo Alto High School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of Harbaugh and a brief biography: "An outstanding quarterback in high scool, college (University of Michigan) and the NFL (14 seasons with four teams), he was an assistant coach with Oakland in the NFL for two years. He then took over the University of San Diego program and guided the school to a 29-6 record over three seasons. Next, at Stanford University, his teams went 29-21. His 2010 Cardinal team was 12-1, w

Image of 2014.019.001 - Brett Barron Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Brett Barron and a brief biography: "Even as a kid in Daly City, Brett Barron didn't back down. That stood him in good stead as he pursued a judo career. At the tender age of seven, he began to learn to learn the fine points of the sport at the Cahill Judo Academy. By the 1970s, he had established himself as one of the country's raising judo stars. He secured a bronze medal for the U.S. in his weight class in the 1979 Pan American Games and a gold in the same games four years later. Dislocating his thumb in the 3rd round against the Olympic favorite prevented him from advancing to the later rounds for a potential bronze medal in the 1984 Olympic Games. He was a member of three World Championship teams, among a host of other accomplishments. He retired from competition in 1988, but returned to coach the U.S. Olympic Team in 2004."

2014.019.001 - Brett Barron Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Brett Barron and a brief biography: "Even as a kid in Daly City, Brett Barron didn't back down. That stood him in good stead as he pursued a judo career. At the tender age of seven, he began to learn to learn the fine points of the sport at the Cahill Judo Academy. By the 1970s, he had established himself as one of the country's raising judo stars. He secured a bronze medal for the U.S. in his weight class in the 1979 Pan American Games and a gold in the same games four years later. Dislocating his thumb in the 3rd round against the Olympic favorite prevented him from advancing to the later rounds for a potential bronze medal in the 1984 Olympic Games. He was a member of three World Championship teams, among a host of other accomplishments. He retired from competition in 1988, but returned to coach the U.S. Olympic Team in 2004."

Brett Barron Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Brett Barron and a brief biography: "Even as a kid in Daly City, Brett Barron didn't back down. That stood him in good stead as he pursued a judo career. At the tender age of seven, he began to learn to learn the fine points of the sport at the Cahill Judo Academy. By the 1970s, he had established himself as one of the country's raising judo stars. He secured a bronze medal for the U.S. in his weight class in the 1979 Pan American Games and a gold in the same games four years later. Dislocating his thumb in the 3rd round against the Olympic favorite prevented him from advancing to the later rounds for a potentia

Image of 2014.019.006 - Jim Gaughran Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jim Gaughran and a brief biography: "One of the greatest prep swimmers and water polo players ever produced on the Peninsula, Jim later excelled at Stanford University, becoming an all-American in both aquatic sports. He was a member of the 1956 U.S. Olympic water polo team. It was only natural that he proceeded to take up coaching in the pool. As Standford's head coach from 1960 to 1979 he coached 21 Olympic swimmers (winners of 8 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze medals) and 4 Olympic water polo players. His swimmers won 22 NCAA Championships in all strokes and all distances, and 4 relays. His Stanford swim teams compiled an overall dual meet record of 129-47-1 (.732)."

2014.019.006 - Jim Gaughran Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jim Gaughran and a brief biography: "One of the greatest prep swimmers and water polo players ever produced on the Peninsula, Jim later excelled at Stanford University, becoming an all-American in both aquatic sports. He was a member of the 1956 U.S. Olympic water polo team. It was only natural that he proceeded to take up coaching in the pool. As Standford's head coach from 1960 to 1979 he coached 21 Olympic swimmers (winners of 8 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze medals) and 4 Olympic water polo players. His swimmers won 22 NCAA Championships in all strokes and all distances, and 4 relays. His Stanford swim teams compiled an overall dual meet record of 129-47-1 (.732)."

Jim Gaughran Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jim Gaughran and a brief biography: "One of the greatest prep swimmers and water polo players ever produced on the Peninsula, Jim later excelled at Stanford University, becoming an all-American in both aquatic sports. He was a member of the 1956 U.S. Olympic water polo team. It was only natural that he proceeded to take up coaching in the pool. As Standford's head coach from 1960 to 1979 he coached 21 Olympic swimmers (winners of 8 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze medals) and 4 Olympic water polo players. His swimmers won 22 NCAA Championships in all strokes and all distances, and 4 relays. His Stanford swim teams co

Image of 2014.019.002 - Leo Biedermann Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Leo Biedermann and a brief biography: "For Leo Biedermann, size was a distinct advantage. And he used it on the football filed to great effect. Standing 6-8, he became a star offensive lineman at Westmoor during an era when the Rams were a serious factor in San Mateo County prep football. There is a certain irony in the today, because the Daly City school no longer offers the sport. Which means that, in all likelihood, Biedermann will remain the most honored lineman in Westmoor history. His career in the trenches took him to the University of California-Berkeley where he became a standout as a member of the 1975 Golden Bear Co-Pacific 8 Championship team and Honorable Mention in 1977. He then moved on to the NFL where he was drafted in the 12th round by Cleveland in 1978 and played for the Browns that year. Later, he played for Montreal in the Canadian Football League and the Oakland Invaders of the USFL."

2014.019.002 - Leo Biedermann Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Leo Biedermann and a brief biography: "For Leo Biedermann, size was a distinct advantage. And he used it on the football filed to great effect. Standing 6-8, he became a star offensive lineman at Westmoor during an era when the Rams were a serious factor in San Mateo County prep football. There is a certain irony in the today, because the Daly City school no longer offers the sport. Which means that, in all likelihood, Biedermann will remain the most honored lineman in Westmoor history. His career in the trenches took him to the University of California-Berkeley where he became a standout as a member of the 1975 Golden Bear Co-Pacific 8 Championship team and Honorable Mention in 1977. He then moved on to the NFL where he was drafted in the 12th round by Cleveland in 1978 and played for the Browns that year. Later, he played for Montreal in the Canadian Football League and the Oakland Invaders of the USFL."

Leo Biedermann Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Leo Biedermann and a brief biography: "For Leo Biedermann, size was a distinct advantage. And he used it on the football filed to great effect. Standing 6-8, he became a star offensive lineman at Westmoor during an era when the Rams were a serious factor in San Mateo County prep football. There is a certain irony in the today, because the Daly City school no longer offers the sport. Which means that, in all likelihood, Biedermann will remain the most honored lineman in Westmoor history. His career in the trenches took him to the University of California-Berkeley where he became a standout as a member of the 19

Image of 2014.019.003 - Jennifer Bloom Creinin Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jennifer Bloom Creinin and a brief biography: "Jennifer Bloom set the standard for her teen peers throughout San Mateo County in the late 1980s. Competing for Aragon, the multi-faceted gymnastics star was undefeated in her events throughout her four-year career in the Peninsula Athletic League.  During that period, she was the league's all-round champion, affirming her overall excellent in her sport. In 1987, she was the all-around titlist in Central Coast Section championship competition as well as at the Stanford Hobee's Invitational in 1991. The all-around winner is considered the most versatile gymnast in a particular competition. Later, at Stanford University, she became an academic all-Pac 10 performer and an Academic All American as a member of the Cardinal's outstanding gymnastic team in the early 1990s."

2014.019.003 - Jennifer Bloom Creinin Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jennifer Bloom Creinin and a brief biography: "Jennifer Bloom set the standard for her teen peers throughout San Mateo County in the late 1980s. Competing for Aragon, the multi-faceted gymnastics star was undefeated in her events throughout her four-year career in the Peninsula Athletic League. During that period, she was the league's all-round champion, affirming her overall excellent in her sport. In 1987, she was the all-around titlist in Central Coast Section championship competition as well as at the Stanford Hobee's Invitational in 1991. The all-around winner is considered the most versatile gymnast in a particular competition. Later, at Stanford University, she became an academic all-Pac 10 performer and an Academic All American as a member of the Cardinal's outstanding gymnastic team in the early 1990s."

Jennifer Bloom Creinin Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jennifer Bloom Creinin and a brief biography: "Jennifer Bloom set the standard for her teen peers throughout San Mateo County in the late 1980s. Competing for Aragon, the multi-faceted gymnastics star was undefeated in her events throughout her four-year career in the Peninsula Athletic League. During that period, she was the league's all-round champion, affirming her overall excellent in her sport. In 1987, she was the all-around titlist in Central Coast Section championship competition as well as at the Stanford Hobee's Invitational in 1991. The all-around winner is considered the most versatile gym

Image of 2014.019.004 - Peter Diepenbrock Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Peter Diepenbrock and a brief biography: "For Peter Diepenbrock, basketball is much more than a game; it's a vocation. A standout player at Burlingame and later at Menlo College, he moved on to coaching after graduating from UCLA. He coached and played in Denmark during two separate stints, a total of six years. At one point there, he coached the Danish national women's team. Back in the U.S., he was the head coach at Pinewood and then at Palo Alto High School. He spent 11 seasons at Palo Alto's highly successful head coach, winning three Central Coast Section titles and a California state championship. He also coached at Canada College for three years. Combined, his teams won in excess of 500 games. In league play at Palo Alto, his record was 113-19."

2014.019.004 - Peter Diepenbrock Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Peter Diepenbrock and a brief biography: "For Peter Diepenbrock, basketball is much more than a game; it's a vocation. A standout player at Burlingame and later at Menlo College, he moved on to coaching after graduating from UCLA. He coached and played in Denmark during two separate stints, a total of six years. At one point there, he coached the Danish national women's team. Back in the U.S., he was the head coach at Pinewood and then at Palo Alto High School. He spent 11 seasons at Palo Alto's highly successful head coach, winning three Central Coast Section titles and a California state championship. He also coached at Canada College for three years. Combined, his teams won in excess of 500 games. In league play at Palo Alto, his record was 113-19."

Peter Diepenbrock Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Peter Diepenbrock and a brief biography: "For Peter Diepenbrock, basketball is much more than a game; it's a vocation. A standout player at Burlingame and later at Menlo College, he moved on to coaching after graduating from UCLA. He coached and played in Denmark during two separate stints, a total of six years. At one point there, he coached the Danish national women's team. Back in the U.S., he was the head coach at Pinewood and then at Palo Alto High School. He spent 11 seasons at Palo Alto's highly successful head coach, winning three Central Coast Section titles and a California state championship. He

Image of 2014.019.005 - Valerie Fleming Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Valerie Fleming and a brief biography: " Valerie Fleming took the sporting road less traveled. Did she ever. Her chosen competitive path was icy in the extreme. After graduating from Hillsdale, where she compared in track and field, she matriculated to the University of California-Santa Barbara. After graduating from Saint Mary's College, where she received her Master's degree, she took up bobsledding as a brakewoman. She and her sledding partner, Shauna Rohbock, proceeded to become a duo to contend with at the international level. They won a sliver medal at the 2006 Olympic Winter Game in Italy. In her eight year career, Fleming won 91 World Cup medals, three World Championship medals, and an Olympic Silver medal. Fleming was a member of the U.S. Bobsled & Skeleton Federation Board of Directors from 2006-2010."

2014.019.005 - Valerie Fleming Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Valerie Fleming and a brief biography: " Valerie Fleming took the sporting road less traveled. Did she ever. Her chosen competitive path was icy in the extreme. After graduating from Hillsdale, where she compared in track and field, she matriculated to the University of California-Santa Barbara. After graduating from Saint Mary's College, where she received her Master's degree, she took up bobsledding as a brakewoman. She and her sledding partner, Shauna Rohbock, proceeded to become a duo to contend with at the international level. They won a sliver medal at the 2006 Olympic Winter Game in Italy. In her eight year career, Fleming won 91 World Cup medals, three World Championship medals, and an Olympic Silver medal. Fleming was a member of the U.S. Bobsled & Skeleton Federation Board of Directors from 2006-2010."

Valerie Fleming Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Valerie Fleming and a brief biography: " Valerie Fleming took the sporting road less traveled. Did she ever. Her chosen competitive path was icy in the extreme. After graduating from Hillsdale, where she compared in track and field, she matriculated to the University of California-Santa Barbara. After graduating from Saint Mary's College, where she received her Master's degree, she took up bobsledding as a brakewoman. She and her sledding partner, Shauna Rohbock, proceeded to become a duo to contend with at the international level. They won a sliver medal at the 2006 Olympic Winter Game in Italy. In her eight

Image of 2014.019.007 - Jabari Issa Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jabari Issa and a brief biography: "When Jabari Issa stepped onto the football field as an imposing upperclassman at San Mateo in the 1990s, he was a man among boys. At 6-5 in height and solidly-built, he was an intimidating all-Bay Area force as a defensive prep lineman. It was more of the same at the University of Washington where he was all-Pac 10 in the trenches. He captained the Huskies in 1999. He was a sixth-round selection by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2000 NFL draft. He went on to play for six seasons for four NFL teams - Arizona, Houston, Pittsburg and Kansas City - during a pro career that led him to Europe and Canada, as well. In the CFL, he played for a total of four years in Edmonton and Winnipeg."

2014.019.007 - Jabari Issa Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jabari Issa and a brief biography: "When Jabari Issa stepped onto the football field as an imposing upperclassman at San Mateo in the 1990s, he was a man among boys. At 6-5 in height and solidly-built, he was an intimidating all-Bay Area force as a defensive prep lineman. It was more of the same at the University of Washington where he was all-Pac 10 in the trenches. He captained the Huskies in 1999. He was a sixth-round selection by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2000 NFL draft. He went on to play for six seasons for four NFL teams - Arizona, Houston, Pittsburg and Kansas City - during a pro career that led him to Europe and Canada, as well. In the CFL, he played for a total of four years in Edmonton and Winnipeg."

Jabari Issa Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Jabari Issa and a brief biography: "When Jabari Issa stepped onto the football field as an imposing upperclassman at San Mateo in the 1990s, he was a man among boys. At 6-5 in height and solidly-built, he was an intimidating all-Bay Area force as a defensive prep lineman. It was more of the same at the University of Washington where he was all-Pac 10 in the trenches. He captained the Huskies in 1999. He was a sixth-round selection by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2000 NFL draft. He went on to play for six seasons for four NFL teams - Arizona, Houston, Pittsburg and Kansas City - during a pro career that led him to

Image of 2014.019.008 - Archie Milton Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Archie Milton and a brief biography: "There was a time when boxing was almost as much a part of a high school boy's physical development as the more subdued forms of exercise. Archie Milton is testament to that. He excelled as a practitioner of the sweet science at Sequoia and later at San Jose State. In the Spartans' top-notch boxing program in the 1950s, Milton became a collegiate heavyweight champion, winning coveted NCAA titles twice and finishing as a runner-up a third time. He is rightfully regarded as one of the finest boxers ever produced in San Mateo County. He and his 1958 SJS boxing team are enshrined in the school's athletic Hall of Fame. After graduation, he was invited to contend for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team."

2014.019.008 - Archie Milton Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Archie Milton and a brief biography: "There was a time when boxing was almost as much a part of a high school boy's physical development as the more subdued forms of exercise. Archie Milton is testament to that. He excelled as a practitioner of the sweet science at Sequoia and later at San Jose State. In the Spartans' top-notch boxing program in the 1950s, Milton became a collegiate heavyweight champion, winning coveted NCAA titles twice and finishing as a runner-up a third time. He is rightfully regarded as one of the finest boxers ever produced in San Mateo County. He and his 1958 SJS boxing team are enshrined in the school's athletic Hall of Fame. After graduation, he was invited to contend for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team."

Archie Milton Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Archie Milton and a brief biography: "There was a time when boxing was almost as much a part of a high school boy's physical development as the more subdued forms of exercise. Archie Milton is testament to that. He excelled as a practitioner of the sweet science at Sequoia and later at San Jose State. In the Spartans' top-notch boxing program in the 1950s, Milton became a collegiate heavyweight champion, winning coveted NCAA titles twice and finishing as a runner-up a third time. He is rightfully regarded as one of the finest boxers ever produced in San Mateo County. He and his 1958 SJS boxing team are enshrine

Image of 2014.019.009 - Paul Pickett Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Paul Pickett and a brief biography: "The dynamic and ultra-athletic Paul Pickett, as a six-foot guard, was a dominate figure in Peninsula prep basketball circles. Paul was highly recruited by numerous colleges; he was named to the All-League, All country Team and was MVP at San Mateo High School. While at St. Mary's College in Moraga, he continued to shine. In fact, his accomplishments remain firmly enshrined in the Gaels' record book. In his career, Paul is among the school's all-time leaders in scoring (1,131 points), field goals made (505), free throw percentage (.834) and assists (298). He was named to the all-West Coast Conference first team during his sophomore and junior seasons at St Mary's."

2014.019.009 - Paul Pickett Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Paul Pickett and a brief biography: "The dynamic and ultra-athletic Paul Pickett, as a six-foot guard, was a dominate figure in Peninsula prep basketball circles. Paul was highly recruited by numerous colleges; he was named to the All-League, All country Team and was MVP at San Mateo High School. While at St. Mary's College in Moraga, he continued to shine. In fact, his accomplishments remain firmly enshrined in the Gaels' record book. In his career, Paul is among the school's all-time leaders in scoring (1,131 points), field goals made (505), free throw percentage (.834) and assists (298). He was named to the all-West Coast Conference first team during his sophomore and junior seasons at St Mary's."

Paul Pickett Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Paul Pickett and a brief biography: "The dynamic and ultra-athletic Paul Pickett, as a six-foot guard, was a dominate figure in Peninsula prep basketball circles. Paul was highly recruited by numerous colleges; he was named to the All-League, All country Team and was MVP at San Mateo High School. While at St. Mary's College in Moraga, he continued to shine. In fact, his accomplishments remain firmly enshrined in the Gaels' record book. In his career, Paul is among the school's all-time leaders in scoring (1,131 points), field goals made (505), free throw percentage (.834) and assists (298). He was named to the a

Image of 2014.019.010 - Terry Stogner Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Terry Stogner and a brief biography: "Over a professional career in high school athletics which has spanned nearly 50 years, Terry Stogner has become inextricably linked with the Peninsula Athletic League, a collection of 17 public high schools stretching from Daly City in the north to Menlo Park and Woodside in the south and to Half Moon Bay and Pacifica on the coast. As commissioner of the sprawling league, he has upgraded schedules, monitored new playoff arrangements and stimulated fresh interest in a wide range of boy's and girls' sport. Prior to his appointment as the PAL's executive director, he spent 38 years at Carlmont, 36 of them as head varsity basketball coach, with more than 300 wins. The Carlmont gymnasium was named for him in 2003."

2014.019.010 - Terry Stogner Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Terry Stogner and a brief biography: "Over a professional career in high school athletics which has spanned nearly 50 years, Terry Stogner has become inextricably linked with the Peninsula Athletic League, a collection of 17 public high schools stretching from Daly City in the north to Menlo Park and Woodside in the south and to Half Moon Bay and Pacifica on the coast. As commissioner of the sprawling league, he has upgraded schedules, monitored new playoff arrangements and stimulated fresh interest in a wide range of boy's and girls' sport. Prior to his appointment as the PAL's executive director, he spent 38 years at Carlmont, 36 of them as head varsity basketball coach, with more than 300 wins. The Carlmont gymnasium was named for him in 2003."

Terry Stogner Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Terry Stogner and a brief biography: "Over a professional career in high school athletics which has spanned nearly 50 years, Terry Stogner has become inextricably linked with the Peninsula Athletic League, a collection of 17 public high schools stretching from Daly City in the north to Menlo Park and Woodside in the south and to Half Moon Bay and Pacifica on the coast. As commissioner of the sprawling league, he has upgraded schedules, monitored new playoff arrangements and stimulated fresh interest in a wide range of boy's and girls' sport. Prior to his appointment as the PAL's executive director, he spent 38

Image of 2015.016.001 - Plaque commemorating Ryan Boschetti of Carlmont High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes image of Boschetti wearing a burgundy Washington Redskins football uniform with the number "73" across the front in white outlined with yellow.  He is wearing a burgundy football helmet with a yellow facemask.  A brief biography is also on the front, "A powerful force on the football field, Ryan Boschetti first made his mar at Carlmont  /  in the late 1900s.  An imposing defensive lineman blessed with size and strength, not  /  to mention competitive fire, he became an all-San Mateo County star playing for the  /  Scots, where he was a three-sport athlete.  Ryan proceeded on to the College of San  /  Mateo where he was a junior college all-American.  A standout at UCLA, he signed  /  as a free agent with the Washington Redskins in 2004.  He spent five years with the  /  Redskins.  Later, he was a member of the championship 2010 Las Vegas Locomotives  /  in the United Football League."  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.001 - Plaque commemorating Ryan Boschetti of Carlmont High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Boschetti wearing a burgundy Washington Redskins football uniform with the number "73" across the front in white outlined with yellow. He is wearing a burgundy football helmet with a yellow facemask. A brief biography is also on the front, "A powerful force on the football field, Ryan Boschetti first made his mar at Carlmont / in the late 1900s. An imposing defensive lineman blessed with size and strength, not / to mention competitive fire, he became an all-San Mateo County star playing for the / Scots, where he was a three-sport athlete. Ryan proceeded on to the College of San / Mateo where he was a junior college all-American. A standout at UCLA, he signed / as a free agent with the Washington Redskins in 2004. He spent five years with the / Redskins. Later, he was a member of the championship 2010 Las Vegas Locomotives / in the United Football League." The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Ryan Boschetti of Carlmont High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Boschetti wearing a burgundy Washington Redskins football uniform with the number "73" across the front in white outlined with yellow. He is wearing a burgundy football helmet with a yellow facemask. A brief biography is also on the front, "A powerful force on the football field, Ryan Boschetti first made his mar at Carlmont / in the late 1900s. An imposing defensive lineman blessed with size and strength, not / to men

Image of 2015.016.002 - Plaque commemorating Bill Daskarolis of Aragon High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes headshot image of Daskarolis, he is wearing a white shirt and the background is dark.  A brief biography is also on the front, "Loyalty and dedication.  No two words better sum up what Bill Daskarolis has meant  /  to Aragon High School.  By the spring of 2015, he had been coaching student-athletes  /  on the cross-country and track and field teams at the San Mateo school for more than  /  a half-century.  In all, it has been estimated that he has coached as many as 5,000  /  student-athletes during those fifty-plus years of service.  In 2014, he was awarded  /  the coveted Dan Fukushima Lifetime Achievement Award by the California Coaches  /  Association.  The new Aragon track has been named in his honor."  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.002 - Plaque commemorating Bill Daskarolis of Aragon High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes headshot image of Daskarolis, he is wearing a white shirt and the background is dark. A brief biography is also on the front, "Loyalty and dedication. No two words better sum up what Bill Daskarolis has meant / to Aragon High School. By the spring of 2015, he had been coaching student-athletes / on the cross-country and track and field teams at the San Mateo school for more than / a half-century. In all, it has been estimated that he has coached as many as 5,000 / student-athletes during those fifty-plus years of service. In 2014, he was awarded / the coveted Dan Fukushima Lifetime Achievement Award by the California Coaches / Association. The new Aragon track has been named in his honor." The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Bill Daskarolis of Aragon High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes headshot image of Daskarolis, he is wearing a white shirt and the background is dark. A brief biography is also on the front, "Loyalty and dedication. No two words better sum up what Bill Daskarolis has meant / to Aragon High School. By the spring of 2015, he had been coaching student-athletes / on the cross-country and track and field teams at the San Mateo school for more than / a half-century. In all, it has been estimated that he has coached as m

Image of 2015.016.003 - Plaque commemorating Debbie Dyson of Hillsdale High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes headshot image of Dyson wearing a light-colored knit sweater against a blue background.  A brief biography is also on the front, "In the early 1980s, Debbie Dyson came onto the San Mateo County girls' basketball  /  scene like a bolt out of the blue.  Quick, strong and ultra-dynamic, she rapidly estab-  /  lished herself as one of the premier prep players on the Peninsula and in the Central  /  Coast Section.  In one memorable high school contest, Debbie poured in a record 49  /  points.  During her career at Hillsdale, she became one of the school's all-time finest  /  female athletes and was recognized as the San Mateo County basketball player of  /  the year in 1984.  She also shone in track and field with several records set during her  /  time in 100M and 200M sprints.  Debbie took her considerable skills to Santa Clara  /  University, where her basketball achievements still dot the Broncos' record book."  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.003 - Plaque commemorating Debbie Dyson of Hillsdale High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes headshot image of Dyson wearing a light-colored knit sweater against a blue background. A brief biography is also on the front, "In the early 1980s, Debbie Dyson came onto the San Mateo County girls' basketball / scene like a bolt out of the blue. Quick, strong and ultra-dynamic, she rapidly estab- / lished herself as one of the premier prep players on the Peninsula and in the Central / Coast Section. In one memorable high school contest, Debbie poured in a record 49 / points. During her career at Hillsdale, she became one of the school's all-time finest / female athletes and was recognized as the San Mateo County basketball player of / the year in 1984. She also shone in track and field with several records set during her / time in 100M and 200M sprints. Debbie took her considerable skills to Santa Clara / University, where her basketball achievements still dot the Broncos' record book." The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Debbie Dyson of Hillsdale High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes headshot image of Dyson wearing a light-colored knit sweater against a blue background. A brief biography is also on the front, "In the early 1980s, Debbie Dyson came onto the San Mateo County girls' basketball / scene like a bolt out of the blue. Quick, strong and ultra-dynamic, she rapidly estab- / lished herself as one of the premier prep players on the Peninsula and in the Central / Coast Section. In one memorable high school contest, Debbie poure

Image of 2015.016.004 - Plaque commemorating Sara Fulp Allen of Half Moon Bay High School and Menlo College being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes image of Sara Fulp-Allen crouching down wearing a blue wrestling uniform at a wrestling match.  A brief biography is also on the front, "Sara Fulp Allen is part of a new breed.  Female wrestlers are just now coming into  /  vogue and Sara, a member of a wrestling family, is part of this growing movement,  /  a very big part.  She's one of the originals in her sport on the Peninsula.  Sara set  /  competitive standards at Half Moon Bay, where she was a California state champion  /  for three straight years and a national titlist for two.  Later at Menlo, she was a three-  /  time women's national champion.  A seven-time member of the U.S. National Team,  /  Sara placed third in the American Olympic Trials in 2004 and 2008.  A wrestling  /  coach in her own right, she has been a resident at the U.S. Olympic Training Center  /  in Colorado."  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.004 - Plaque commemorating Sara Fulp Allen of Half Moon Bay High School and Menlo College being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Sara Fulp-Allen crouching down wearing a blue wrestling uniform at a wrestling match. A brief biography is also on the front, "Sara Fulp Allen is part of a new breed. Female wrestlers are just now coming into / vogue and Sara, a member of a wrestling family, is part of this growing movement, / a very big part. She's one of the originals in her sport on the Peninsula. Sara set / competitive standards at Half Moon Bay, where she was a California state champion / for three straight years and a national titlist for two. Later at Menlo, she was a three- / time women's national champion. A seven-time member of the U.S. National Team, / Sara placed third in the American Olympic Trials in 2004 and 2008. A wrestling / coach in her own right, she has been a resident at the U.S. Olympic Training Center / in Colorado." The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Sara Fulp Allen of Half Moon Bay High School and Menlo College being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Sara Fulp-Allen crouching down wearing a blue wrestling uniform at a wrestling match. A brief biography is also on the front, "Sara Fulp Allen is part of a new breed. Female wrestlers are just now coming into / vogue and Sara, a member of a wrestling family, is part of this growing movement, / a very big part. She's one of the originals in her sport on the Peninsula. Sara set / competitive standards at Half Moon Bay,

Image of 2015.016.005 - Plaque commemorating Chi Johnson of Menlo-Atherton High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes image of Johnson sitting on a grass field with her left leg out in front of her and her right knee bent.  She is wearing a blue and yellow track suit.  A brief biography is also on the front, "In terms of sheer athletic gifts-speed, quickness, leaping ability, anticipation-few  /  Peninsula prep stars compare to Chi Johnson.  In the early 1990s, she was almost in  /  a category by herself on the female side of the sporting ledger.  She was the Central  /  Coast Section high-jump champion in 1990 and 1991.  In 1990, she won the state  /  high-jump championship.  Chi was the Peninsula Times-Tribune Athlete of the Year  /  in both 1990 and 1991.  She was an all-state performer in 1991.  She also excelled  /  as a basketball player during her time at Menlo-Atherton.  Later, at the University of  /  California-Berkeley, Chi competed in track and field."  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.005 - Plaque commemorating Chi Johnson of Menlo-Atherton High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Johnson sitting on a grass field with her left leg out in front of her and her right knee bent. She is wearing a blue and yellow track suit. A brief biography is also on the front, "In terms of sheer athletic gifts-speed, quickness, leaping ability, anticipation-few / Peninsula prep stars compare to Chi Johnson. In the early 1990s, she was almost in / a category by herself on the female side of the sporting ledger. She was the Central / Coast Section high-jump champion in 1990 and 1991. In 1990, she won the state / high-jump championship. Chi was the Peninsula Times-Tribune Athlete of the Year / in both 1990 and 1991. She was an all-state performer in 1991. She also excelled / as a basketball player during her time at Menlo-Atherton. Later, at the University of / California-Berkeley, Chi competed in track and field." The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Chi Johnson of Menlo-Atherton High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Johnson sitting on a grass field with her left leg out in front of her and her right knee bent. She is wearing a blue and yellow track suit. A brief biography is also on the front, "In terms of sheer athletic gifts-speed, quickness, leaping ability, anticipation-few / Peninsula prep stars compare to Chi Johnson. In the early 1990s, she was almost in / a category by herself on the female side of the sporting ledger. She was the Central /

Image of 2015.016.006 - Plaque commemorating Doc Scheppler of Burlingame High School and Pinewood School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes image of Scheppler celebrating with a girls basketball team.  He is wearing light-colored slacks and a blue sweater, the basketball players are wearing a white uniform with green numbers highlighted in yellow.  They are in a basketball arena.  A brief biography is also on the front, "For Doc Scheppler, basketball coaching isn't just a profession, it's a calling.  It's been  /  that way for nearly 40 years.  A standout player himself at Burlingame and Cañada  /  College, he pursued a coaching career beginning in the late 1970s.  /  He was a boys'  /  head coach at both Capuchino and Burlingame.  He moved on to coach girls at  /  Pinewood School in Los Altos Hills in the mid-1990s.  There, Doc has created one of the  /  outstanding programs in Northern California, winning six state championships, eight  /  NorCal titles and 13 Central Coast Section crowns.  Through the 2014-15 season, his  /  Pinewood teams have amassed 528 victories."  The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information.  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.006 - Plaque commemorating Doc Scheppler of Burlingame High School and Pinewood School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Scheppler celebrating with a girls basketball team. He is wearing light-colored slacks and a blue sweater, the basketball players are wearing a white uniform with green numbers highlighted in yellow. They are in a basketball arena. A brief biography is also on the front, "For Doc Scheppler, basketball coaching isn't just a profession, it's a calling. It's been / that way for nearly 40 years. A standout player himself at Burlingame and Cañada / College, he pursued a coaching career beginning in the late 1970s. / He was a boys' / head coach at both Capuchino and Burlingame. He moved on to coach girls at / Pinewood School in Los Altos Hills in the mid-1990s. There, Doc has created one of the / outstanding programs in Northern California, winning six state championships, eight / NorCal titles and 13 Central Coast Section crowns. Through the 2014-15 season, his / Pinewood teams have amassed 528 victories." The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information. The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Doc Scheppler of Burlingame High School and Pinewood School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Scheppler celebrating with a girls basketball team. He is wearing light-colored slacks and a blue sweater, the basketball players are wearing a white uniform with green numbers highlighted in yellow. They are in a basketball arena. A brief biography is also on the front, "For Doc Scheppler, basketball coaching isn't just a profession, it's a calling. It's been / that way for nearly 40 years. A standout player himself at Bu

Image of 2015.016.007 - Plaque commemorating Craig Schoof of Menlo School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes image of Schoof wearing a white baseball uniform with blue letters and numbers, a blue belt, a blue baseball hat, sunglasses and a blue undershirt.  He is at a baseball field, standing in front of a green wall and he is pointing with his left and right index fingers.  A brief biography is also on the front, "For 27 seasons, Craig Schoof was the face of Menlo School baseball.  All of his  /  teams were fundamentally sound, highly competitive, superbly motivated and well-  /  prepared.  Those qualities resulted in 494 victories at the Atherton school.  His teams  /  won 17 league championships and five Central Coast Section titles.  As Menlo's  /  athletic director, the school, in all sports for boys and girls, captured 121 league and  /  32 CCS crowns; also on the Knights' ledger during Schoof's tenure were 16 Northern  /  California championships and two state titles.  Schoof left Menlo at the end of the  /  2013-14 school year."  The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information.  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.007 - Plaque commemorating Craig Schoof of Menlo School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Schoof wearing a white baseball uniform with blue letters and numbers, a blue belt, a blue baseball hat, sunglasses and a blue undershirt. He is at a baseball field, standing in front of a green wall and he is pointing with his left and right index fingers. A brief biography is also on the front, "For 27 seasons, Craig Schoof was the face of Menlo School baseball. All of his / teams were fundamentally sound, highly competitive, superbly motivated and well- / prepared. Those qualities resulted in 494 victories at the Atherton school. His teams / won 17 league championships and five Central Coast Section titles. As Menlo's / athletic director, the school, in all sports for boys and girls, captured 121 league and / 32 CCS crowns; also on the Knights' ledger during Schoof's tenure were 16 Northern / California championships and two state titles. Schoof left Menlo at the end of the / 2013-14 school year." The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information. The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Craig Schoof of Menlo School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Schoof wearing a white baseball uniform with blue letters and numbers, a blue belt, a blue baseball hat, sunglasses and a blue undershirt. He is at a baseball field, standing in front of a green wall and he is pointing with his left and right index fingers. A brief biography is also on the front, "For 27 seasons, Craig Schoof was the face of Menlo School baseball. All of his / teams were fundamentally sound, highly competitive, superbly motivated and well

Image of 2015.016.008 - Plaque commemorating Mark & Dave Schultz of Palo Alto High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes image of Mark and Dave.  Dave is on the left with a beard and wearing golden laurel wreath and a blue tracksuit with red trim, he is holding a marker and jokingly pretending to autograph the medal his brother is wearing around his neck.  Mark is on the right, also in a blue track suit with red trim and wearing a medal around his neck.  Both of them are smiling, Dave is looking down and Mark is looking at the camera.  A brief biography is also on the front, "When it comes to male wrestlers who hail from the peninsula, no duo has surpassed  /  what the Schultz brothers did during their long and successful careers.  No one else  /  has come close.  They have defined success, at all competitive levels, in the sport-  /  state, national and international.  Both were gold medalists in the Olympic Games;  /  both won NCAA championships.  They dominated California prep wrestling in their  /  weight classes in the 1970s at Palo Alto.  Both are regarded as being among the finest  /  athletes ever to perform-in any sport-in California history."  The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information.  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.008 - Plaque commemorating Mark & Dave Schultz of Palo Alto High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Mark and Dave. Dave is on the left with a beard and wearing golden laurel wreath and a blue tracksuit with red trim, he is holding a marker and jokingly pretending to autograph the medal his brother is wearing around his neck. Mark is on the right, also in a blue track suit with red trim and wearing a medal around his neck. Both of them are smiling, Dave is looking down and Mark is looking at the camera. A brief biography is also on the front, "When it comes to male wrestlers who hail from the peninsula, no duo has surpassed / what the Schultz brothers did during their long and successful careers. No one else / has come close. They have defined success, at all competitive levels, in the sport- / state, national and international. Both were gold medalists in the Olympic Games; / both won NCAA championships. They dominated California prep wrestling in their / weight classes in the 1970s at Palo Alto. Both are regarded as being among the finest / athletes ever to perform-in any sport-in California history." The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information. The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Mark & Dave Schultz of Palo Alto High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Mark and Dave. Dave is on the left with a beard and wearing golden laurel wreath and a blue tracksuit with red trim, he is holding a marker and jokingly pretending to autograph the medal his brother is wearing around his neck. Mark is on the right, also in a blue track suit with red trim and wearing a medal around his neck. Both of them are smiling, Dave is looking down and Mark is looking at the camera. A brief biography is also on the fro

Image of 2015.016.009 - Plaque commemorating Peter V. Ueberroth of  Burlingame High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015.  The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base.  Plaque includes image of Ueberroth wearing a dark blue suit coat with a light blue shirt underneath.  His arms are folded, he is wearing a wristwatch and is facing the camera.  A brief biography is also on the front, "It is safe to state that no one from the Peninsula has a stronger resume in sports  /  administration than Peter Ueberroth.  His body of work is staggering.  A former swimmer  /  and water polo player, he grew up in Burlingame, attended Burlingame High School  /  and wound up graduating from Fremont High School.  At San Jose State, Peter led  /  the Spartan water polo team in goals in 1958.  A prominent businessman, he was  /  tasked with directing and managing the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.  Peter  /  then became Commissioner of Major League Baseball and performed that job for five  /  years.  He was Chairman of the U.S. Olympic Committee from 2004 to 2008.  He was  /  named Man of the Year by Time magazine in 1984."  The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information.  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2015.016.009 - Plaque commemorating Peter V. Ueberroth of Burlingame High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Ueberroth wearing a dark blue suit coat with a light blue shirt underneath. His arms are folded, he is wearing a wristwatch and is facing the camera. A brief biography is also on the front, "It is safe to state that no one from the Peninsula has a stronger resume in sports / administration than Peter Ueberroth. His body of work is staggering. A former swimmer / and water polo player, he grew up in Burlingame, attended Burlingame High School / and wound up graduating from Fremont High School. At San Jose State, Peter led / the Spartan water polo team in goals in 1958. A prominent businessman, he was / tasked with directing and managing the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Peter / then became Commissioner of Major League Baseball and performed that job for five / years. He was Chairman of the U.S. Olympic Committee from 2004 to 2008. He was / named Man of the Year by Time magazine in 1984." The front of the plaque also has the Sports Hall of Fame logo as well as sponsoring information. The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Plaque commemorating Peter V. Ueberroth of Burlingame High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on July 23, 2015. The plaque is silver acrylic mounted with golden screws onto a dark wooden base. Plaque includes image of Ueberroth wearing a dark blue suit coat with a light blue shirt underneath. His arms are folded, he is wearing a wristwatch and is facing the camera. A brief biography is also on the front, "It is safe to state that no one from the Peninsula has a stronger resume in sports / administration than Peter Ueberroth. His body of work is staggering. A former swimmer / and water polo player, he grew up in Burlingame, attended Burlingame High S