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Image of 2015.003.046 - Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Melvin wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with orange, white and black stripes around the collar.  He is also wearing a black baseball cap with an orange interlocking "SF".  The Giants logo appears in the upper left corner and the Topps logo in the bottom left corner.  Text in an orange box at the bottom edge reads, "BOB MELVIN".  The front of the card has a border that is wooden in appearance.  The back of the card is yellow and lists Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes the Topps logo as well as copyright information.

2015.003.046 - Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Melvin wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with orange, white and black stripes around the collar. He is also wearing a black baseball cap with an orange interlocking "SF". The Giants logo appears in the upper left corner and the Topps logo in the bottom left corner. Text in an orange box at the bottom edge reads, "BOB MELVIN". The front of the card has a border that is wooden in appearance. The back of the card is yellow and lists Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes the Topps logo as well as copyright information.

Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Melvin wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with orange, white and black stripes around the collar. He is also wearing a black baseball cap with an orange interlocking "SF". The Giants logo appears in the upper left corner and the Topps logo in the bottom left corner. Text in an orange box at the bottom edge reads, "BOB MELVIN". The front of the card has a border that is wooden in appearance. The back of the card is yellow and lists Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes the Topps logo as well as copyright information.

Image of 2015.003.047 - Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1986, Donruss paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Melvin with a black border.  He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes and letters.  He is also wearing a black batting helmet with an orange 'SF' and is holding a baseball bat over his right shoulder.  Text reads, "BOB MELVIN c".  Also includes Donruss and Giants logos.  The back of the card is orange-yellow with a white box.  Text describes Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.047 - Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1986, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has an image of Melvin with a black border. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes and letters. He is also wearing a black batting helmet with an orange 'SF' and is holding a baseball bat over his right shoulder. Text reads, "BOB MELVIN c". Also includes Donruss and Giants logos. The back of the card is orange-yellow with a white box. Text describes Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1986, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has an image of Melvin with a black border. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes and letters. He is also wearing a black batting helmet with an orange 'SF' and is holding a baseball bat over his right shoulder. Text reads, "BOB MELVIN c". Also includes Donruss and Giants logos. The back of the card is orange-yellow with a white box. Text describes Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Image of 2015.003.048 - Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1988, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Melvin with a white border.  He is wearing a grey San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes and letters and a black batting helmet.  He standing in the batter's box during a game and is in a batting stance. Text reads, "GIANTS" and "BOB MELVIN".  Also includes Topps' logo.  The back of the card is orange-brown with black text.  Text describes Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes copyright information.

2015.003.048 - Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1988, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Melvin with a white border. He is wearing a grey San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes and letters and a black batting helmet. He standing in the batter's box during a game and is in a batting stance. Text reads, "GIANTS" and "BOB MELVIN". Also includes Topps' logo. The back of the card is orange-brown with black text. Text describes Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes copyright information.

Bob Melvin Baseball Card, 1988, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Melvin with a white border. He is wearing a grey San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes and letters and a black batting helmet. He standing in the batter's box during a game and is in a batting stance. Text reads, "GIANTS" and "BOB MELVIN". Also includes Topps' logo. The back of the card is orange-brown with black text. Text describes Melvin's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes copyright information.

Image of 2009.030.158 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jerry Scattini of Capuchino High School and the College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005.  Plaque includes image of Scattini and a brief biography:  "Back in the 1950's, Jerry Scattini just naturally gravitated to sports as a kid growing up in Millbrae. At Capuchino High School, he flourished. He became an integral part of what would become known as the school's "golden era" of athletics. Scattini was a standout football and baseball player. He took his skills on the gridiron to the College of San Mateo and then to UC- Berkeley where he was a major contributor. Later, he was head football coach at the University of Nevada- Reno for seven years."

2009.030.158 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jerry Scattini of Capuchino High School and the College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Scattini and a brief biography: "Back in the 1950's, Jerry Scattini just naturally gravitated to sports as a kid growing up in Millbrae. At Capuchino High School, he flourished. He became an integral part of what would become known as the school's "golden era" of athletics. Scattini was a standout football and baseball player. He took his skills on the gridiron to the College of San Mateo and then to UC- Berkeley where he was a major contributor. Later, he was head football coach at the University of Nevada- Reno for seven years."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jerry Scattini of Capuchino High School and the College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Scattini and a brief biography: "Back in the 1950's, Jerry Scattini just naturally gravitated to sports as a kid growing up in Millbrae. At Capuchino High School, he flourished. He became an integral part of what would become known as the school's "golden era" of athletics. Scattini was a standout football and baseball player. He took his skills on the gridiron to the College of San Mateo and then to UC- Berkeley where he was a major contributor. Later, he was head football coach a

Image of 2011.026.010 - Plaque commemorating Haley Woods of Burlingame High School and Sacred Heart Prep being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011.  Plaque includes image of Woods and a brief biography:  "When Haley Woods stepped into the batter's box, pitchers tended to think twice.  As a softball player, she is regarded as one of the most devastating and feared power hitters ever produced on the Peninsula.  She was the scourge of two leagues during her prep career and then tore the cover off the ball for four more years at UC-Berkeley.  As a catcher at Cal, she set career records in total bases (413) and RBI (191).  In her senior season, she led the Bears in 10 offensive categories.  Her teams went to three NCAA softball College World Series, playing for the title twice."

2011.026.010 - Plaque commemorating Haley Woods of Burlingame High School and Sacred Heart Prep being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Woods and a brief biography: "When Haley Woods stepped into the batter's box, pitchers tended to think twice. As a softball player, she is regarded as one of the most devastating and feared power hitters ever produced on the Peninsula. She was the scourge of two leagues during her prep career and then tore the cover off the ball for four more years at UC-Berkeley. As a catcher at Cal, she set career records in total bases (413) and RBI (191). In her senior season, she led the Bears in 10 offensive categories. Her teams went to three NCAA softball College World Series, playing for the title twice."

Plaque commemorating Haley Woods of Burlingame High School and Sacred Heart Prep being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Woods and a brief biography: "When Haley Woods stepped into the batter's box, pitchers tended to think twice. As a softball player, she is regarded as one of the most devastating and feared power hitters ever produced on the Peninsula. She was the scourge of two leagues during her prep career and then tore the cover off the ball for four more years at UC-Berkeley. As a catcher at Cal, she set career records in total bases (413) and RBI (191). In her senior season, she led the Bears in 10 offensive categor

Image of 2009.030.034 - Plaque commemorating Reggie Camp of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993.  Plaque includes image of Camp and a brief biography:  "At Daly City's Jefferson High, Reggie Camp could never have envisioned what lay ahead for him in the violent world of football.  During his first three seasons at the North County school, losing was the program's hallmark.  But, in his senior year, the Indians nearly won the North Peninsula League title.
Camp, an unrelenting, aggressive defensive lineman, went from Jeff to the University of California at Berkeley and then to the National Football League, playing as a defensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns, the Houston Oilers and the Atlanta Falcons.  He was a third-round draft selection for the Browns."

2009.030.034 - Plaque commemorating Reggie Camp of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Camp and a brief biography: "At Daly City's Jefferson High, Reggie Camp could never have envisioned what lay ahead for him in the violent world of football. During his first three seasons at the North County school, losing was the program's hallmark. But, in his senior year, the Indians nearly won the North Peninsula League title. Camp, an unrelenting, aggressive defensive lineman, went from Jeff to the University of California at Berkeley and then to the National Football League, playing as a defensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns, the Houston Oilers and the Atlanta Falcons. He was a third-round draft selection for the Browns."

Plaque commemorating Reggie Camp of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Camp and a brief biography: "At Daly City's Jefferson High, Reggie Camp could never have envisioned what lay ahead for him in the violent world of football. During his first three seasons at the North County school, losing was the program's hallmark. But, in his senior year, the Indians nearly won the North Peninsula League title. Camp, an unrelenting, aggressive defensive lineman, went from Jeff to the University of California at Berkeley and then to the National Football League, playing as a defensive lineman for the Cleveland

Image of 2009.030.018 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Dave Binn of San Mateo High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007.  Plaque includes image of  Binn and a brief biography:  "As a high school youngster, Bave Binn was an all-around athlete.  But few would have predicted how far he would go in his chosen profession, football.  Binn, after playing four years at the University of California, is now a true specialist.  He snaps the football to punters and those holding for field goal kickers.  Since 1994 he has performed that unique task for the San Diego Chargers of the NFL.  He reached the pinnacle in that capacity after the 2006 season when he was named to the Pro Bowl."

2009.030.018 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Dave Binn of San Mateo High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Binn and a brief biography: "As a high school youngster, Bave Binn was an all-around athlete. But few would have predicted how far he would go in his chosen profession, football. Binn, after playing four years at the University of California, is now a true specialist. He snaps the football to punters and those holding for field goal kickers. Since 1994 he has performed that unique task for the San Diego Chargers of the NFL. He reached the pinnacle in that capacity after the 2006 season when he was named to the Pro Bowl."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Dave Binn of San Mateo High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Binn and a brief biography: "As a high school youngster, Bave Binn was an all-around athlete. But few would have predicted how far he would go in his chosen profession, football. Binn, after playing four years at the University of California, is now a true specialist. He snaps the football to punters and those holding for field goal kickers. Since 1994 he has performed that unique task for the San Diego Chargers of the NFL. He reached the pinnacle in that capacity after the 2006 season when he was named to th

Image of 2009.030.047 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Elizabeth Rizzo Covey of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008.  Plaque includes image of Rizzo Covey and a brief biography:  "If long-distance shooting is your cup of basketball tea, Elizabeth Rizzo Covey had to be at the focus of your attention in the early 1990s.  She was in the vanguard of what would become the dominant girls' hoops program in San Mateo County History.  A four-sport athlete at Sacred Heart Prep, she was California's Division V (small school) basketball player of the year in 1993 when the Gators won a state title with a 37-0 record. She went on to a four-year career playing at UC-Berkeley."

2009.030.047 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Elizabeth Rizzo Covey of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008. Plaque includes image of Rizzo Covey and a brief biography: "If long-distance shooting is your cup of basketball tea, Elizabeth Rizzo Covey had to be at the focus of your attention in the early 1990s. She was in the vanguard of what would become the dominant girls' hoops program in San Mateo County History. A four-sport athlete at Sacred Heart Prep, she was California's Division V (small school) basketball player of the year in 1993 when the Gators won a state title with a 37-0 record. She went on to a four-year career playing at UC-Berkeley."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Elizabeth Rizzo Covey of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008. Plaque includes image of Rizzo Covey and a brief biography: "If long-distance shooting is your cup of basketball tea, Elizabeth Rizzo Covey had to be at the focus of your attention in the early 1990s. She was in the vanguard of what would become the dominant girls' hoops program in San Mateo County History. A four-sport athlete at Sacred Heart Prep, she was California's Division V (small school) basketball player of the year in 1993 when the Gators won a state title with a 37-0 record. She went on to a four-year career playing at

Image of 2009.030.067 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jacklyn O'Connor Friedland, Jennifer Horgan Nieto, and Steve Picchi of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008.  Plaque includes images of  Friedland, Nieto and Picchi and a brief biography"As three of the linchpins of Burlingame's 1988 basketball state titlists (the only Central Coast Section public school ever to accomplish that feat), they went on to subsequent productive athletic careers. Friedland became an outstanding three-point shooter in the basketball programs at College of San Mateo and University of the Pacific. Nieto wound up leading UC-Berkeley's 1992 College World Series softball team in home runs and RBI. Picchi has more that 300 wins at the prep and collegiate levels."

2009.030.067 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jacklyn O'Connor Friedland, Jennifer Horgan Nieto, and Steve Picchi of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008. Plaque includes images of Friedland, Nieto and Picchi and a brief biography"As three of the linchpins of Burlingame's 1988 basketball state titlists (the only Central Coast Section public school ever to accomplish that feat), they went on to subsequent productive athletic careers. Friedland became an outstanding three-point shooter in the basketball programs at College of San Mateo and University of the Pacific. Nieto wound up leading UC-Berkeley's 1992 College World Series softball team in home runs and RBI. Picchi has more that 300 wins at the prep and collegiate levels."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jacklyn O'Connor Friedland, Jennifer Horgan Nieto, and Steve Picchi of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008. Plaque includes images of Friedland, Nieto and Picchi and a brief biography"As three of the linchpins of Burlingame's 1988 basketball state titlists (the only Central Coast Section public school ever to accomplish that feat), they went on to subsequent productive athletic careers. Friedland became an outstanding three-point shooter in the basketball programs at College of San Mateo and University of the Pacific. Nieto wound up leading UC-Berkeley's 1992 College World Series softbal

Image of 2009.030.092 - Plaque commemorating Charles Johnson being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989.  Plaque includes image of Johnson and a brief biography:  "Charles Johnson, a graduate of Sequoia High School in Redwood City, took his Peninsula basketball training to the ultimate.  He played and often started on two NBA championship teams.  /  Johnson, at 5 foot 11, twice was named Most Valuable Player of the South Peninsula Athletic League while at Sequoia.  He then went on to attend a play for the University of California at Berkeley where he won the Naismith Award, given annually to the best player in the U.S. under 6 feet in height, his senior year.  /  Johnson went to the Golden State Warriors of the NBA as a sixth-round draft choice, and his teams never had a losing season.  He was part of a 1974-75 Golden Gate championship team which swept the Washington Bullets in four straight games.  It was the first NBA crown in the Bay Area club's history.  /  The following year, his Warriors produced their best -ever record, winning 59 games.  Traded to the Washington Bullets, he next was part of yet another professional titlist in 1977-78.  It was the Bullets' first championship in 30 years."

2009.030.092 - Plaque commemorating Charles Johnson being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989. Plaque includes image of Johnson and a brief biography: "Charles Johnson, a graduate of Sequoia High School in Redwood City, took his Peninsula basketball training to the ultimate. He played and often started on two NBA championship teams. / Johnson, at 5 foot 11, twice was named Most Valuable Player of the South Peninsula Athletic League while at Sequoia. He then went on to attend a play for the University of California at Berkeley where he won the Naismith Award, given annually to the best player in the U.S. under 6 feet in height, his senior year. / Johnson went to the Golden State Warriors of the NBA as a sixth-round draft choice, and his teams never had a losing season. He was part of a 1974-75 Golden Gate championship team which swept the Washington Bullets in four straight games. It was the first NBA crown in the Bay Area club's history. / The following year, his Warriors produced their best -ever record, winning 59 games. Traded to the Washington Bullets, he next was part of yet another professional titlist in 1977-78. It was the Bullets' first championship in 30 years."

Plaque commemorating Charles Johnson being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989. Plaque includes image of Johnson and a brief biography: "Charles Johnson, a graduate of Sequoia High School in Redwood City, took his Peninsula basketball training to the ultimate. He played and often started on two NBA championship teams. / Johnson, at 5 foot 11, twice was named Most Valuable Player of the South Peninsula Athletic League while at Sequoia. He then went on to attend a play for the University of California at Berkeley where he won the Naismith Award, given annually to the best player in the U.S. under 6 feet in height, his senior year. / Johnson went to the

Image of 2009.030.186 - Plaque commemorating Bill Walsh of College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993.  Plaque includes image of Walsh and a brief biography:  "For Bill Walsh, the road from the College of San Mateo to the Superbowl was a long and varied one.  A former CSM quarterback for Coach Herb Hudson, Walsh graduated from San Jose State and then began his coaching career.
He went from a high school job in the East Bay to assistant positions at Cal, Stanford and the Raiders, Bengals and Chargers of the NFL.  /  He did a first stint as Stanford's boss in 1977 and '78.  In 1979, he took over the Forty Niners top post, leading that NFL franchise to three Super Bowls.  He is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  /  He returned to Stanford in 1992.  The Cardinal tied for the Pac-10 championship that year.  In his two Stanford tours of duty, Walsh's teams have won three post-season bowl games in three tries."

2009.030.186 - Plaque commemorating Bill Walsh of College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Walsh and a brief biography: "For Bill Walsh, the road from the College of San Mateo to the Superbowl was a long and varied one. A former CSM quarterback for Coach Herb Hudson, Walsh graduated from San Jose State and then began his coaching career. He went from a high school job in the East Bay to assistant positions at Cal, Stanford and the Raiders, Bengals and Chargers of the NFL. / He did a first stint as Stanford's boss in 1977 and '78. In 1979, he took over the Forty Niners top post, leading that NFL franchise to three Super Bowls. He is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. / He returned to Stanford in 1992. The Cardinal tied for the Pac-10 championship that year. In his two Stanford tours of duty, Walsh's teams have won three post-season bowl games in three tries."

Plaque commemorating Bill Walsh of College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Walsh and a brief biography: "For Bill Walsh, the road from the College of San Mateo to the Superbowl was a long and varied one. A former CSM quarterback for Coach Herb Hudson, Walsh graduated from San Jose State and then began his coaching career. He went from a high school job in the East Bay to assistant positions at Cal, Stanford and the Raiders, Bengals and Chargers of the NFL. / He did a first stint as Stanford's boss in 1977 and '78. In 1979, he took over the Forty Niners top post, leading that NFL franchise to three Super

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 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 /