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Name Carlmont High School
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Image of 2009.030.016 - Plaque commemorating Ed Berry being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 23, 1996.  Plaque includes image of Berry and a brief biography"Ed Berry, a Carlmont High alum, is regarded as one of the finest defensive backs ever to play football in San Mateo County.  In 1980 and 1981, he led the Scots to back-to-back South Peninsula Athletic League championships and then matriculated to Utah State where he became an all-league performer.  After two seasons in the NFL, he spent eight years in the Canadian Football League through 1995.  In Toronto, his team won the Grey Cup, symbolic of the CFL crown."

2009.030.016 - Plaque commemorating Ed Berry being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 23, 1996. Plaque includes image of Berry and a brief biography"Ed Berry, a Carlmont High alum, is regarded as one of the finest defensive backs ever to play football in San Mateo County. In 1980 and 1981, he led the Scots to back-to-back South Peninsula Athletic League championships and then matriculated to Utah State where he became an all-league performer. After two seasons in the NFL, he spent eight years in the Canadian Football League through 1995. In Toronto, his team won the Grey Cup, symbolic of the CFL crown."

Plaque commemorating Ed Berry being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 23, 1996. Plaque includes image of Berry and a brief biography"Ed Berry, a Carlmont High alum, is regarded as one of the finest defensive backs ever to play football in San Mateo County. In 1980 and 1981, he led the Scots to back-to-back South Peninsula Athletic League championships and then matriculated to Utah State where he became an all-league performer. After two seasons in the NFL, he spent eight years in the Canadian Football League through 1995. In Toronto, his team won the Grey Cup, symbolic of the CFL crown."

Image of 2009.030.057 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Deanna Earsley of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, 1998.  Plaque includes image of  Earsley and a brief biography:  "DeAnna Earsley, a graduate of Carlmont High School in Belmont, was a standout softball player from the start.  Tall and athletic, she was a daunting presence on the mound and at the plate.  An unprecedented three-time San Mateo County softball player of the year, she led the Scots to a Central Coast Section championship in 1989, posting a 24-3 record, with 253 strikeouts and an 0.18 ERA in 157 innings.  At Utah State University, she became an all-American and Big West pitcher of the year."

2009.030.057 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Deanna Earsley of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, 1998. Plaque includes image of Earsley and a brief biography: "DeAnna Earsley, a graduate of Carlmont High School in Belmont, was a standout softball player from the start. Tall and athletic, she was a daunting presence on the mound and at the plate. An unprecedented three-time San Mateo County softball player of the year, she led the Scots to a Central Coast Section championship in 1989, posting a 24-3 record, with 253 strikeouts and an 0.18 ERA in 157 innings. At Utah State University, she became an all-American and Big West pitcher of the year."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Deanna Earsley of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, 1998. Plaque includes image of Earsley and a brief biography: "DeAnna Earsley, a graduate of Carlmont High School in Belmont, was a standout softball player from the start. Tall and athletic, she was a daunting presence on the mound and at the plate. An unprecedented three-time San Mateo County softball player of the year, she led the Scots to a Central Coast Section championship in 1989, posting a 24-3 record, with 253 strikeouts and an 0.18 ERA in 157 innings. At Utah State University, she became an all-American and Big West pitcher of

Image of 2009.030.106 - Plaque commemorating Loren Lansberry of Carlmont High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 4, 2002.  Plaque includes image of Lansberry and a brief biography:  "One of the most influential track and field coaches in San Mateo County history, Loren Lansberry became an institution at Belmont's Carlmont High School. He spent 32 years there, retiring from full-time duties in 1988. His track and field teams produced a gaudy 304-31-2 overall dual meet record during his tenure. His cross-country teams were annually among the finest in the Central Coast Section. A U.S. Marine Corps vet, Lansberry pioneered high school classes devoted to fitness, mountaineering and dance."

2009.030.106 - Plaque commemorating Loren Lansberry of Carlmont High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 4, 2002. Plaque includes image of Lansberry and a brief biography: "One of the most influential track and field coaches in San Mateo County history, Loren Lansberry became an institution at Belmont's Carlmont High School. He spent 32 years there, retiring from full-time duties in 1988. His track and field teams produced a gaudy 304-31-2 overall dual meet record during his tenure. His cross-country teams were annually among the finest in the Central Coast Section. A U.S. Marine Corps vet, Lansberry pioneered high school classes devoted to fitness, mountaineering and dance."

Plaque commemorating Loren Lansberry of Carlmont High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 4, 2002. Plaque includes image of Lansberry and a brief biography: "One of the most influential track and field coaches in San Mateo County history, Loren Lansberry became an institution at Belmont's Carlmont High School. He spent 32 years there, retiring from full-time duties in 1988. His track and field teams produced a gaudy 304-31-2 overall dual meet record during his tenure. His cross-country teams were annually among the finest in the Central Coast Section. A U.S. Marine Corps vet, Lansberry pioneered high school classes devoted to fitness, mountaineering a

Image of 2009.030.109 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jim Liggett of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999.  Plaque includes image of  Liggett and a brief biography:  "Jim Liggett became a San Mateo County coaching institution during his long tenure at Carlmont High School in Belmont. Going into the 1999 softball season, his Scots had posted a 550-120-1 overall record, with 16 league championships and one Central Coast Section title. Coaching Carlmont football from 1977-91, he compiled a 113-42-6 mark, with six league championships and one CCS title. He even coached boy's baseball for several years. He played minor league pro baseball for seven years."

2009.030.109 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jim Liggett of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Liggett and a brief biography: "Jim Liggett became a San Mateo County coaching institution during his long tenure at Carlmont High School in Belmont. Going into the 1999 softball season, his Scots had posted a 550-120-1 overall record, with 16 league championships and one Central Coast Section title. Coaching Carlmont football from 1977-91, he compiled a 113-42-6 mark, with six league championships and one CCS title. He even coached boy's baseball for several years. He played minor league pro baseball for seven years."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jim Liggett of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Liggett and a brief biography: "Jim Liggett became a San Mateo County coaching institution during his long tenure at Carlmont High School in Belmont. Going into the 1999 softball season, his Scots had posted a 550-120-1 overall record, with 16 league championships and one Central Coast Section title. Coaching Carlmont football from 1977-91, he compiled a 113-42-6 mark, with six league championships and one CCS title. He even coached boy's baseball for several years. He played minor league pro baseball for seven ye

Image of 2009.030.154 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bill Ring of Carlmont High School. who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992.  Plaque includes image of  Ring and a brief biography:  "Bill Ring, a bruising fullback, left an indelible local mark on football programs at Carlmont High School in Belmont and the College of San Mateo.  /  He led the Scots to the 1975 South Peninsula Athletic League championship. He then set rushing records at CSM.  /  At Brigham Young University in Utah, Ring ran for 782 yards in two seasons.  /  Perhaps his finest hours occurred with the San Francisco Fourty Niners, for whom he played six productive campaigns.  /  He ran and caught the ball for two Super Bowl championship clubs and won the Len Eshmont Award as San Francisco's most inspirational player in 1983."

2009.030.154 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bill Ring of Carlmont High School. who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992. Plaque includes image of Ring and a brief biography: "Bill Ring, a bruising fullback, left an indelible local mark on football programs at Carlmont High School in Belmont and the College of San Mateo. / He led the Scots to the 1975 South Peninsula Athletic League championship. He then set rushing records at CSM. / At Brigham Young University in Utah, Ring ran for 782 yards in two seasons. / Perhaps his finest hours occurred with the San Francisco Fourty Niners, for whom he played six productive campaigns. / He ran and caught the ball for two Super Bowl championship clubs and won the Len Eshmont Award as San Francisco's most inspirational player in 1983."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bill Ring of Carlmont High School. who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992. Plaque includes image of Ring and a brief biography: "Bill Ring, a bruising fullback, left an indelible local mark on football programs at Carlmont High School in Belmont and the College of San Mateo. / He led the Scots to the 1975 South Peninsula Athletic League championship. He then set rushing records at CSM. / At Brigham Young University in Utah, Ring ran for 782 yards in two seasons. / Perhaps his finest hours occurred with the San Francisco Fourty Niners, for whom he played six productive campaigns. / He ran and caught the ba

Image of 2009.030.165 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mark Speckman of Carlmont High School and Menlo College who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007.  Plaque includes image of  Speckman and a brief biography:  "Who would have guessed it?  Certainly not his football coaches at Carlmont High School in the early 1970's.  Mark Speckman was under-sized but feisty.  And there was one other thing:  He had no hands, the result of a genetic defect.  That didn't stop him.  /  He later played at Menlo College and Azusa pacific University and coached at the high school and college levels as well.  In 1999 at Willamette University, he was named Coach of the Year in the Northwest Conference after leading the team into the NCAA Division III playoffs."

2009.030.165 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mark Speckman of Carlmont High School and Menlo College who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Speckman and a brief biography: "Who would have guessed it? Certainly not his football coaches at Carlmont High School in the early 1970's. Mark Speckman was under-sized but feisty. And there was one other thing: He had no hands, the result of a genetic defect. That didn't stop him. / He later played at Menlo College and Azusa pacific University and coached at the high school and college levels as well. In 1999 at Willamette University, he was named Coach of the Year in the Northwest Conference after leading the team into the NCAA Division III playoffs."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mark Speckman of Carlmont High School and Menlo College who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Speckman and a brief biography: "Who would have guessed it? Certainly not his football coaches at Carlmont High School in the early 1970's. Mark Speckman was under-sized but feisty. And there was one other thing: He had no hands, the result of a genetic defect. That didn't stop him. / He later played at Menlo College and Azusa pacific University and coached at the high school and college levels as well. In 1999 at Willamette University, he was named Coach of the Year in the Northwest C

Image of 2011.026.006 - Plaque commemorating Tori Nyberg of Carlmont High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011.  Plaque includes image of Nyberg and a brief biography:  "Almost from the moment she stepped onto the bucolic Belmont campus of Carlmont High in the 1990's, Tori Nyberg was a pitching phenom.  In four highly successful seasons there, she won a state record 113 games.  She set California marks with 35 wins and 28 shutouts in a single campaign.  She was Central Coast Section Player of the Year and an all-state selection three times.  At Stanford University, she recorded 53 victories, striking out 440 batters in 551 innings.  She had 14 shutouts and a career 1.74 earned run average.  She was an all-Pac 10 performer twice."

2011.026.006 - Plaque commemorating Tori Nyberg of Carlmont High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Nyberg and a brief biography: "Almost from the moment she stepped onto the bucolic Belmont campus of Carlmont High in the 1990's, Tori Nyberg was a pitching phenom. In four highly successful seasons there, she won a state record 113 games. She set California marks with 35 wins and 28 shutouts in a single campaign. She was Central Coast Section Player of the Year and an all-state selection three times. At Stanford University, she recorded 53 victories, striking out 440 batters in 551 innings. She had 14 shutouts and a career 1.74 earned run average. She was an all-Pac 10 performer twice."

Plaque commemorating Tori Nyberg of Carlmont High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Nyberg and a brief biography: "Almost from the moment she stepped onto the bucolic Belmont campus of Carlmont High in the 1990's, Tori Nyberg was a pitching phenom. In four highly successful seasons there, she won a state record 113 games. She set California marks with 35 wins and 28 shutouts in a single campaign. She was Central Coast Section Player of the Year and an all-state selection three times. At Stanford University, she recorded 53 victories, striking out 440 batters in 551 innings. She had 14 shutouts and a career 1.7

Image of 2013.025.002 - 2013 Selena Ho Sports Hall of Fame Plaque.  Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Selena Ho of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013.  Plaque includes image of Ho and a brief biography:  "One of the most prolific three-point shooters of her generation, she set basketball records at Carlmont High School and then took her considerable offensive skills to the University of the Pacific.  Her long-distance shooting prowess generated more statistical highlights at the collegiate level.  She ended her UOP career as the all-time Big West Conference leader in treys with 271.  She is third all-time in scoring at UOP with1,651 points.  She led the Tigers to the 2002 Big West Tournament title.  She was an all-Big West selection for four years." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau in cooperation with San Mateo County Event Center and Media Sponsor The San Mateo County Times. Silver-colored plaque is mounted under acrylic onto a laminated wooden board by four decorative brass-colored screws and washers. Color image of Ho is in the upper right hand corner and Hall of Fame logo is in the upper left corner.

2013.025.002 - 2013 Selena Ho Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Selena Ho of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013. Plaque includes image of Ho and a brief biography: "One of the most prolific three-point shooters of her generation, she set basketball records at Carlmont High School and then took her considerable offensive skills to the University of the Pacific. Her long-distance shooting prowess generated more statistical highlights at the collegiate level. She ended her UOP career as the all-time Big West Conference leader in treys with 271. She is third all-time in scoring at UOP with1,651 points. She led the Tigers to the 2002 Big West Tournament title. She was an all-Big West selection for four years." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau in cooperation with San Mateo County Event Center and Media Sponsor The San Mateo County Times. Silver-colored plaque is mounted under acrylic onto a laminated wooden board by four decorative brass-colored screws and washers. Color image of Ho is in the upper right hand corner and Hall of Fame logo is in the upper left corner.

2013 Selena Ho Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Selena Ho of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013. Plaque includes image of Ho and a brief biography: "One of the most prolific three-point shooters of her generation, she set basketball records at Carlmont High School and then took her considerable offensive skills to the University of the Pacific. Her long-distance shooting prowess generated more statistical highlights at the collegiate level. She ended her UOP career as the all-time Big West Conference leader in treys with 271. She is third all-time in scoring at UOP with1,651 points. She led the

Image of 2013.025.001 - 2013 Gale Dean Andaluz Sports Hall of Fame Plaque.  Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gale Dean Andaluz of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013.  Plaque includes image of Andaluz and a brief biography:  "A softball pioneer in many respects, she helped to set the lofty pitching standards that have become a Carlmont hallmark through the decades.  After her prep career ended, she received the first softball scholarship to San Jose State University.  She pitched there from 1986 through 1989.  In the process, she established a number of career records.  She is still number one on the Spartans' all-time complete-games list, with a total of 94.  She is among the top five in fewest walks permitted, wins, appearances, earned run average, shutouts, innings pitched and games started.  She is also in the top 10 in strikeouts." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau in cooperation with San Mateo County Event Center and Media Sponsor The San Mateo County Times. Silver-colored plaque is mounted under acrylic onto a laminated wooden board by four decorative brass-colored screws and washers. Color image of Andaluz is in the upper right hand corner and Hall of Fame logo is in the upper left corner.

2013.025.001 - 2013 Gale Dean Andaluz Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gale Dean Andaluz of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013. Plaque includes image of Andaluz and a brief biography: "A softball pioneer in many respects, she helped to set the lofty pitching standards that have become a Carlmont hallmark through the decades. After her prep career ended, she received the first softball scholarship to San Jose State University. She pitched there from 1986 through 1989. In the process, she established a number of career records. She is still number one on the Spartans' all-time complete-games list, with a total of 94. She is among the top five in fewest walks permitted, wins, appearances, earned run average, shutouts, innings pitched and games started. She is also in the top 10 in strikeouts." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau in cooperation with San Mateo County Event Center and Media Sponsor The San Mateo County Times. Silver-colored plaque is mounted under acrylic onto a laminated wooden board by four decorative brass-colored screws and washers. Color image of Andaluz is in the upper right hand corner and Hall of Fame logo is in the upper left corner.

2013 Gale Dean Andaluz Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gale Dean Andaluz of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013. Plaque includes image of Andaluz and a brief biography: "A softball pioneer in many respects, she helped to set the lofty pitching standards that have become a Carlmont hallmark through the decades. After her prep career ended, she received the first softball scholarship to San Jose State University. She pitched there from 1986 through 1989. In the process, she established a number of career records. She is still number one on the Spartans' all-time complete-games list, with a total o

Image of 2013.025.005 - 2013 Sam Nicolopulos Sports Hall of Fame Plaque.  Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating San Nicolopulos of South San Francisco, San Carlos, Carlemont, and Woodside High Schools, College of San Mateo, Canada College, and Stanford University who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013.  Plaque includes image of Nicolopulos and a brief biography:  "A football/basketball star at South San Francisco High School, he served in the U.S. Army.  He played baseball and football for what was then San Mateo Junior College.  He was the head wrestling coach at Carlmont High School and then head football/wrestling coach at San Carlos High School.  His combined Carlmont/San Carlos dual meet wrestling record was 92-22.  He coached the wrestling program at Canada College.  In five of his seven seasons in that post, he sent wrestlers to the state meet.  During his long coaching career in San Mateo County, he influenced the lives of thousands of students."  Plaque and induction was sponsored by The San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau in cooperation with San Mateo County Event Center and Media Sponsor The San Mateo County Times. Silver-colored plaque is mounted under acrylic onto a laminated wooden board by four decorative brass-colored screws and washers.  Black-and-white photo of Nicolopulos is in the upper right hand corner and Hall of Fame logo is in the upper left corner.

2013.025.005 - 2013 Sam Nicolopulos Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating San Nicolopulos of South San Francisco, San Carlos, Carlemont, and Woodside High Schools, College of San Mateo, Canada College, and Stanford University who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013. Plaque includes image of Nicolopulos and a brief biography: "A football/basketball star at South San Francisco High School, he served in the U.S. Army. He played baseball and football for what was then San Mateo Junior College. He was the head wrestling coach at Carlmont High School and then head football/wrestling coach at San Carlos High School. His combined Carlmont/San Carlos dual meet wrestling record was 92-22. He coached the wrestling program at Canada College. In five of his seven seasons in that post, he sent wrestlers to the state meet. During his long coaching career in San Mateo County, he influenced the lives of thousands of students." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau in cooperation with San Mateo County Event Center and Media Sponsor The San Mateo County Times. Silver-colored plaque is mounted under acrylic onto a laminated wooden board by four decorative brass-colored screws and washers. Black-and-white photo of Nicolopulos is in the upper right hand corner and Hall of Fame logo is in the upper left corner.

2013 Sam Nicolopulos Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating San Nicolopulos of South San Francisco, San Carlos, Carlemont, and Woodside High Schools, College of San Mateo, Canada College, and Stanford University who was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 2013. Plaque includes image of Nicolopulos and a brief biography: "A football/basketball star at South San Francisco High School, he served in the U.S. Army. He played baseball and football for what was then San Mateo Junior College. He was the head wrestling coach at Carlmont High School and then head football/wrestling coach at San Carlos High School. His combined Carlmont/San Carlos

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 2017.005.001 - Liggett 500th Win T-shirt, 1997.  White cotton and polyester T-shirt with dark blue cartoon image of Jim Liggett next to text that reads "Lig  /  Gett's  /  500th  /  Win!  /  March 22, 1997  /  I was there!" Figure is wearing a dark blue Carlmont baseball cap, glasses, white polo shirt with "Scots" on proper left side of chest, dark blue pants, and white lace-up shoes. He has a softball in his left hand and a bat in his right.  Hanes heavyweight 50/50 T-shirt is size adult XL (46-48).

2017.005.001 - Liggett 500th Win T-shirt, 1997. White cotton and polyester T-shirt with dark blue cartoon image of Jim Liggett next to text that reads "Lig / Gett's / 500th / Win! / March 22, 1997 / I was there!" Figure is wearing a dark blue Carlmont baseball cap, glasses, white polo shirt with "Scots" on proper left side of chest, dark blue pants, and white lace-up shoes. He has a softball in his left hand and a bat in his right. Hanes heavyweight 50/50 T-shirt is size adult XL (46-48).

Liggett 500th Win T-shirt, 1997. White cotton and polyester T-shirt with dark blue cartoon image of Jim Liggett next to text that reads "Lig / Gett's / 500th / Win! / March 22, 1997 / I was there!" Figure is wearing a dark blue Carlmont baseball cap, glasses, white polo shirt with "Scots" on proper left side of chest, dark blue pants, and white lace-up shoes. He has a softball in his left hand and a bat in his right. Hanes heavyweight 50/50 T-shirt is size adult XL (46-48).

Image of 2015.001.01325.4 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northwest

2015.001.01325.4 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northwest

Black and white negative shows an aerial of Belmont Hills looking northwest. Carlmont High School appears at center right. Ralston Avenue is visible running from right to left across the center of the image. The San Mateo Hillsdale area appears behind Ralston Avenue in the upper portion of the image. Bay Meadows Racetrack appears at upper right.

Image of 2015.001.01325.7 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northeast, 1960

2015.001.01325.7 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northeast, 1960

Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northeast, 1960. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of Belmont Hills looking northeast. Farms and country roads (prior to construction of Interstate 280) are visible along the bottom of the image. Carlmont High School appears at center right. Brewer Island (pre development into Foster City) is visible at center in the upper portion of the image with the 1929 San Mateo-Hayward Drawbridge at upper right.