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Name Sequioa High School
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Image of 2015.003.044A - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card.  The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball.  He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes.  He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand.  His right hand is behind him holding a baseball.  Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91".  The front has a white border.  On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan.  He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF".  Below the image and also on the right half of the card text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  The text also includes MLB, MLBPA and Score logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.044A - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball. He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes. He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand. His right hand is behind him holding a baseball. Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91". The front has a white border. On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan. He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF". Below the image and also on the right half of the card text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. The text also includes MLB, MLBPA and Score logos as well as copyright information.

Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball. He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes. He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand. His right hand is behind him holding a baseball. Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91". The front has a white border. On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan. He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF". Below the image and also on the right half of the

Image of 2015.003.044B - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card.  The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball.  His pitching arm is behind him.  He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove.  Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER".  The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'.  Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.044B - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball. His pitching arm is behind him. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove. Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER". The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'. Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball. His pitching arm is behind him. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove. Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER". The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'. Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Image of 2009.030.004 - Plaque commemorating Bob Anderson of Sequoia High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001.  Plaque includes image of Anderson and a brief biography:  "Beginning in 1950, Bob Anderson spent decades coaching just about everything at Sequoia High School in Redwood City. But one sport was his favorite: Boxing. A fighter himself, he won the Fleet Championship as a U.S. Navy man at 147 pounds. At San Jose State, he fought for the NCAA boxing championship. At Sequoia, he nurtured his father's "Boy's Night" boxing event until 1976 when it was ended. It is estimated that 4,000 Sequoia boys learned the art of self-defense in that program."

2009.030.004 - Plaque commemorating Bob Anderson of Sequoia High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001. Plaque includes image of Anderson and a brief biography: "Beginning in 1950, Bob Anderson spent decades coaching just about everything at Sequoia High School in Redwood City. But one sport was his favorite: Boxing. A fighter himself, he won the Fleet Championship as a U.S. Navy man at 147 pounds. At San Jose State, he fought for the NCAA boxing championship. At Sequoia, he nurtured his father's "Boy's Night" boxing event until 1976 when it was ended. It is estimated that 4,000 Sequoia boys learned the art of self-defense in that program."

Plaque commemorating Bob Anderson of Sequoia High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001. Plaque includes image of Anderson and a brief biography: "Beginning in 1950, Bob Anderson spent decades coaching just about everything at Sequoia High School in Redwood City. But one sport was his favorite: Boxing. A fighter himself, he won the Fleet Championship as a U.S. Navy man at 147 pounds. At San Jose State, he fought for the NCAA boxing championship. At Sequoia, he nurtured his father's "Boy's Night" boxing event until 1976 when it was ended. It is estimated that 4,000 Sequoia boys learned the art of self-defense in that program."

Image of 2009.030.007 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mimi Arnold of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007.  Plaque includes image of Arnold and a brief biography:  "She was simply beyond the realm of suburban comprehension in the mid-1950's in Redwood City. Few had seen anything quite like Mimi Arnold. Her feats on the tennis court, though hailed on the international stage, barely merited a few lines in her high school yearbook. But though barely over 5 feet tall in height, she was a U.S. Lawn Tennis Association National Hardcourt champion and the winner of Wimbledon's Junior title in 1957. She later starred on the professional Virginia Slims circuit."

2009.030.007 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mimi Arnold of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Arnold and a brief biography: "She was simply beyond the realm of suburban comprehension in the mid-1950's in Redwood City. Few had seen anything quite like Mimi Arnold. Her feats on the tennis court, though hailed on the international stage, barely merited a few lines in her high school yearbook. But though barely over 5 feet tall in height, she was a U.S. Lawn Tennis Association National Hardcourt champion and the winner of Wimbledon's Junior title in 1957. She later starred on the professional Virginia Slims circuit."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mimi Arnold of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Arnold and a brief biography: "She was simply beyond the realm of suburban comprehension in the mid-1950's in Redwood City. Few had seen anything quite like Mimi Arnold. Her feats on the tennis court, though hailed on the international stage, barely merited a few lines in her high school yearbook. But though barely over 5 feet tall in height, she was a U.S. Lawn Tennis Association National Hardcourt champion and the winner of Wimbledon's Junior title in 1957. She later starred on the professional Virginia Slims cir

Image of 2009.030.055 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Clyde Devine of Burlingame High School and Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005.  Plaque includes image of Devine and a brief biography:  "There may not have been a more flamboyant San Mateo County athlete or coach than Clyde Devine. At 6-6 iin height, he was an out-sized presence on the football field and later on the sidelines. At Oregon State University, he excelled as a linemen. He continued his career as a coach at Sequoia High School. He created the Clyde Devine Swim School, which was a Peninsula fixture from 1949 to 1976. From 1963 to 1972, he was Stanford University's diving coach. He also was a referee in the American Football League."  Plaque and induction was sponsored by The Times of San Mateo.

2009.030.055 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Clyde Devine of Burlingame High School and Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Devine and a brief biography: "There may not have been a more flamboyant San Mateo County athlete or coach than Clyde Devine. At 6-6 iin height, he was an out-sized presence on the football field and later on the sidelines. At Oregon State University, he excelled as a linemen. He continued his career as a coach at Sequoia High School. He created the Clyde Devine Swim School, which was a Peninsula fixture from 1949 to 1976. From 1963 to 1972, he was Stanford University's diving coach. He also was a referee in the American Football League." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The Times of San Mateo.

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Clyde Devine of Burlingame High School and Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Devine and a brief biography: "There may not have been a more flamboyant San Mateo County athlete or coach than Clyde Devine. At 6-6 iin height, he was an out-sized presence on the football field and later on the sidelines. At Oregon State University, he excelled as a linemen. He continued his career as a coach at Sequoia High School. He created the Clyde Devine Swim School, which was a Peninsula fixture from 1949 to 1976. From 1963 to 1972, he was Stanford University's diving coach. He

Image of 2009.030.080 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Joe Greenbach of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999.  Plaque includes image of  Greenbach and a brief biography:  "Joe Greenbach became a big-time basketball star too soon. If he had come into his prime 20 years later, the NBA would have been a real option. The Sequoia High School, Menlo College and Santa Clara University great was drafted by the then Washington Capitals of the NBA in 1950. But the salary was minimal. The smooth-shooting guard/forward was named to Santa Clara's all-time basketball team in 1960. He also was a member of a powerful AAU championship club, Stewart Chevrolet."

2009.030.080 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Joe Greenbach of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Greenbach and a brief biography: "Joe Greenbach became a big-time basketball star too soon. If he had come into his prime 20 years later, the NBA would have been a real option. The Sequoia High School, Menlo College and Santa Clara University great was drafted by the then Washington Capitals of the NBA in 1950. But the salary was minimal. The smooth-shooting guard/forward was named to Santa Clara's all-time basketball team in 1960. He also was a member of a powerful AAU championship club, Stewart Chevrolet."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Joe Greenbach of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Greenbach and a brief biography: "Joe Greenbach became a big-time basketball star too soon. If he had come into his prime 20 years later, the NBA would have been a real option. The Sequoia High School, Menlo College and Santa Clara University great was drafted by the then Washington Capitals of the NBA in 1950. But the salary was minimal. The smooth-shooting guard/forward was named to Santa Clara's all-time basketball team in 1960. He also was a member of a powerful AAU championship club, Stewart Chevrolet."

Image of 2009.030.088 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Marty Hull of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007.  Plaque includes image of Hull and a brief biography:  "Let's just call Marty Hull "Aqua Man." Hull was born to swim. It's as simple as that. From the moment he entered Sequoia High School in the late 1950's, he was a star in the pool, setting national prep records. It was more of the same at Stanford University where he became an all-American in both swimming and water polo, setting collegiate marks along the way. Later as a coach, teacher, inventor, and businessman, he continues to provide inspiration and innovation for those who spend time in the water."

2009.030.088 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Marty Hull of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Hull and a brief biography: "Let's just call Marty Hull "Aqua Man." Hull was born to swim. It's as simple as that. From the moment he entered Sequoia High School in the late 1950's, he was a star in the pool, setting national prep records. It was more of the same at Stanford University where he became an all-American in both swimming and water polo, setting collegiate marks along the way. Later as a coach, teacher, inventor, and businessman, he continues to provide inspiration and innovation for those who spend time in the water."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Marty Hull of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Hull and a brief biography: "Let's just call Marty Hull "Aqua Man." Hull was born to swim. It's as simple as that. From the moment he entered Sequoia High School in the late 1950's, he was a star in the pool, setting national prep records. It was more of the same at Stanford University where he became an all-American in both swimming and water polo, setting collegiate marks along the way. Later as a coach, teacher, inventor, and businessman, he continues to provide inspiration and innovation for those who spend time

Image of 2009.030.144 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Plummer of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997.  Plaque includes image of Plummer and a brief biography:  "Tony Plummer was another in a long line of outstanding multi-sport athletes at Sequoia High in Redwood City in the 1950's and 1960's. But football was his specialty. He went on to the College of San Mateo, where he became a JC all-American. Later, at College of the Pacific, he emerged as a professional prospect in the defensive backfield. He went from COP to the NFL where he played for three teams in six seasons. He wound up his productive pro career with the Los Angeles Rams."

2009.030.144 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Plummer of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Plummer and a brief biography: "Tony Plummer was another in a long line of outstanding multi-sport athletes at Sequoia High in Redwood City in the 1950's and 1960's. But football was his specialty. He went on to the College of San Mateo, where he became a JC all-American. Later, at College of the Pacific, he emerged as a professional prospect in the defensive backfield. He went from COP to the NFL where he played for three teams in six seasons. He wound up his productive pro career with the Los Angeles Rams."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Plummer of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Plummer and a brief biography: "Tony Plummer was another in a long line of outstanding multi-sport athletes at Sequoia High in Redwood City in the 1950's and 1960's. But football was his specialty. He went on to the College of San Mateo, where he became a JC all-American. Later, at College of the Pacific, he emerged as a professional prospect in the defensive backfield. He went from COP to the NFL where he played for three teams in six seasons. He wound up his productive pro career with the Los Angeles Rams."

Image of 2009.030.159 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Rich Schlenker of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 10, 2003.  Plaque includes image of  Schlenker and a brief biography:  "Much to the chagrin of followers of the San Francisco Giants, Rich Schlenker did his baseball scouting work much too well. He's one of the people responsible for assembling the talent that brought the Anaheim Angels their surprising 2002 World Series crown vs. the Giants. As a prep, Schlenker was a key member of three Sequoia High School football teams that didn't lose a single game from 1959 through 1961. He signed a pro baseball contract after high school.

2009.030.159 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Rich Schlenker of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 10, 2003. Plaque includes image of Schlenker and a brief biography: "Much to the chagrin of followers of the San Francisco Giants, Rich Schlenker did his baseball scouting work much too well. He's one of the people responsible for assembling the talent that brought the Anaheim Angels their surprising 2002 World Series crown vs. the Giants. As a prep, Schlenker was a key member of three Sequoia High School football teams that didn't lose a single game from 1959 through 1961. He signed a pro baseball contract after high school.

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Rich Schlenker of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 10, 2003. Plaque includes image of Schlenker and a brief biography: "Much to the chagrin of followers of the San Francisco Giants, Rich Schlenker did his baseball scouting work much too well. He's one of the people responsible for assembling the talent that brought the Anaheim Angels their surprising 2002 World Series crown vs. the Giants. As a prep, Schlenker was a key member of three Sequoia High School football teams that didn't lose a single game from 1959 through 1961. He signed a pro baseball contract after high school.

Image of 2009.030.162 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Dick Sharon of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004.  Plaque includes image of Sharon and a brief biography:  "One of the finest all-around athletes in the long and storied history of Sequoia High School, Dick Sharon was a baseball star from the first moment he stepped onto the Redwood City campus in the mid-1960s. A four-year varsity performer on the diamond, he became the first Cherokee freshman to win a varsity baseball batting crown. He was a first-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1968. He had a three-season major league career, playing for Detroit and San Diego from 1973 to 1975."

2009.030.162 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Dick Sharon of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Sharon and a brief biography: "One of the finest all-around athletes in the long and storied history of Sequoia High School, Dick Sharon was a baseball star from the first moment he stepped onto the Redwood City campus in the mid-1960s. A four-year varsity performer on the diamond, he became the first Cherokee freshman to win a varsity baseball batting crown. He was a first-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1968. He had a three-season major league career, playing for Detroit and San Diego from 1973 to 1975."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Dick Sharon of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Sharon and a brief biography: "One of the finest all-around athletes in the long and storied history of Sequoia High School, Dick Sharon was a baseball star from the first moment he stepped onto the Redwood City campus in the mid-1960s. A four-year varsity performer on the diamond, he became the first Cherokee freshman to win a varsity baseball batting crown. He was a first-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1968. He had a three-season major league career, playing for Detroit and San Diego from 1973 to 1

Image of 2009.030.167 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Vern Sterling of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997.  Plaque includes image of Sterling and a brief biography"Vern Sterling was one of the finest all-around football players ever produced in San Mateo County. As a prep at Sequoia High in Redwood City, he was a two-way lineman who could dominate a game all by himself. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific during World War II, he returned to the Peninsula and attended Menlo College. He transferred to nearby Santa Clara University where he captained a Bronco outfit that upset Bear Bryant's Kentucky team in the 1949 Orange Bowl."

2009.030.167 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Vern Sterling of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Sterling and a brief biography"Vern Sterling was one of the finest all-around football players ever produced in San Mateo County. As a prep at Sequoia High in Redwood City, he was a two-way lineman who could dominate a game all by himself. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific during World War II, he returned to the Peninsula and attended Menlo College. He transferred to nearby Santa Clara University where he captained a Bronco outfit that upset Bear Bryant's Kentucky team in the 1949 Orange Bowl."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Vern Sterling of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Sterling and a brief biography"Vern Sterling was one of the finest all-around football players ever produced in San Mateo County. As a prep at Sequoia High in Redwood City, he was a two-way lineman who could dominate a game all by himself. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific during World War II, he returned to the Peninsula and attended Menlo College. He transferred to nearby Santa Clara University where he captained a Bronco outfit that upset Bear Bryant's Kentucky team in the 1949 Orange Bowl."

Image of 2009.030.176 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Al Terremere of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004.  Plaque includes image of  Terremere and a brief biography:  "It would not be a hyperbole to state that few men had more influence on Sequoia High School's athletic program in the first half of the 20th century than Al Terremere. A distinguished athlete at the school in the early 1920s, he became an All-American football player at Santa Clara University. He returned to Sequoia as a teacher and coach in 1931. He wound up running the school's football, baseball, and boxing programs. Sequoia's football stadium was designated as Terremere Field in 1950."

2009.030.176 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Al Terremere of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Terremere and a brief biography: "It would not be a hyperbole to state that few men had more influence on Sequoia High School's athletic program in the first half of the 20th century than Al Terremere. A distinguished athlete at the school in the early 1920s, he became an All-American football player at Santa Clara University. He returned to Sequoia as a teacher and coach in 1931. He wound up running the school's football, baseball, and boxing programs. Sequoia's football stadium was designated as Terremere Field in 1950."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Al Terremere of Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Terremere and a brief biography: "It would not be a hyperbole to state that few men had more influence on Sequoia High School's athletic program in the first half of the 20th century than Al Terremere. A distinguished athlete at the school in the early 1920s, he became an All-American football player at Santa Clara University. He returned to Sequoia as a teacher and coach in 1931. He wound up running the school's football, baseball, and boxing programs. Sequoia's football stadium was designated as Terremere Field

Image of 2012.009.006 - Paul Noce Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Paul Noce of Sequoia 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 Noce and a brief biography:  "A member of a Peninsula baseball family, he got his athletic career started at Sequioa where he starred in both baseball and football. He continued his exploits on the diamond at Washington State University. He was a first-team shortstop on the 1981 All-Pac 10 team. Drafted and signed by San Diego of the National League, he played for two Major League teams, Chicago's Cubs and Cincinnati. He coached for two seasons with Pittsburgh as well. Following his years in professional baseball, he became the head coach at Hillsdale College in Michigan in 1994. In 2010, he coached his 300th win at the private school." 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.

2012.009.006 - Paul Noce Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Paul Noce of Sequoia 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 Noce and a brief biography: "A member of a Peninsula baseball family, he got his athletic career started at Sequioa where he starred in both baseball and football. He continued his exploits on the diamond at Washington State University. He was a first-team shortstop on the 1981 All-Pac 10 team. Drafted and signed by San Diego of the National League, he played for two Major League teams, Chicago's Cubs and Cincinnati. He coached for two seasons with Pittsburgh as well. Following his years in professional baseball, he became the head coach at Hillsdale College in Michigan in 1994. In 2010, he coached his 300th win at the private school." 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.

Paul Noce Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Paul Noce of Sequoia 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 Noce and a brief biography: "A member of a Peninsula baseball family, he got his athletic career started at Sequioa where he starred in both baseball and football. He continued his exploits on the diamond at Washington State University. He was a first-team shortstop on the 1981 All-Pac 10 team. Drafted and signed by San Diego of the National League, he played for two Major League teams, Chicago's Cubs and Cincinnati. H

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