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Image of 2009.030.040 - Plaque commemorating Terry Chistman of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006.  Plaque includes image of Christman and a brief biography:  "For nearly a full half-century, Terry Christman has been a significant athletic presence on the Peninsula.  From his days as a multi-sport star at Westmoor High School, he went on to a successful career in teaching, coaching and officiating.  At Westmoor, he emerged as one of San Mateo County's finest pitchers.  Later, he was a key performer on consecutive Far Western Conference championship baseball teams.  Drafted by the New York Mets, he pitched in their minor league chain for a number of years."

2009.030.040 - Plaque commemorating Terry Chistman of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Christman and a brief biography: "For nearly a full half-century, Terry Christman has been a significant athletic presence on the Peninsula. From his days as a multi-sport star at Westmoor High School, he went on to a successful career in teaching, coaching and officiating. At Westmoor, he emerged as one of San Mateo County's finest pitchers. Later, he was a key performer on consecutive Far Western Conference championship baseball teams. Drafted by the New York Mets, he pitched in their minor league chain for a number of years."

Plaque commemorating Terry Chistman of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Christman and a brief biography: "For nearly a full half-century, Terry Christman has been a significant athletic presence on the Peninsula. From his days as a multi-sport star at Westmoor High School, he went on to a successful career in teaching, coaching and officiating. At Westmoor, he emerged as one of San Mateo County's finest pitchers. Later, he was a key performer on consecutive Far Western Conference championship baseball teams. Drafted by the New York Mets, he pitched in their minor league chain for a number of year

Image of 2009.030.048 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gloria Smith Corey of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007.  Plaque includes image of Smith Corey and a brief biography:  "You want the definition of a winner? Look no farther than Gloria Smith Corey. She did nothing but achieve victories during her career as a basketball player a generation ago. She helped her teams capture 5 championships in 5 years, beginning at Westmoor High School, then at College of San Mateo and, finally, at the University of San Francisco. A smooth, tough floor general, Smith was the first great point guard to emerge on the Peninsula after the passage of Title IX."

2009.030.048 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gloria Smith Corey of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Smith Corey and a brief biography: "You want the definition of a winner? Look no farther than Gloria Smith Corey. She did nothing but achieve victories during her career as a basketball player a generation ago. She helped her teams capture 5 championships in 5 years, beginning at Westmoor High School, then at College of San Mateo and, finally, at the University of San Francisco. A smooth, tough floor general, Smith was the first great point guard to emerge on the Peninsula after the passage of Title IX."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gloria Smith Corey of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Smith Corey and a brief biography: "You want the definition of a winner? Look no farther than Gloria Smith Corey. She did nothing but achieve victories during her career as a basketball player a generation ago. She helped her teams capture 5 championships in 5 years, beginning at Westmoor High School, then at College of San Mateo and, finally, at the University of San Francisco. A smooth, tough floor general, Smith was the first great point guard to emerge on the Peninsula after the

Image of 2009.030.073 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Giammona of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999.  Plaque includes image of  Giammona and a brief biography:  "Tony Giammona is synonymous with Daly City. He was a boys' basketball coach at Westmoor High School in that town for 26 years. He also served on the Daly City Council for 29 years. He was elected to seven terms on that body. He was mayor of Daly City for several years. His Westmoor varsity basketball teams posted a 217-45 North Peninsula League record, with 10 titles. At one point in the 1970's, his Rams won 49 consecutive NPL games. He was an outstanding three-sport high school athlete in Michigan."

2009.030.073 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Giammona of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Giammona and a brief biography: "Tony Giammona is synonymous with Daly City. He was a boys' basketball coach at Westmoor High School in that town for 26 years. He also served on the Daly City Council for 29 years. He was elected to seven terms on that body. He was mayor of Daly City for several years. His Westmoor varsity basketball teams posted a 217-45 North Peninsula League record, with 10 titles. At one point in the 1970's, his Rams won 49 consecutive NPL games. He was an outstanding three-sport high school athlete in Michigan."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Giammona of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Giammona and a brief biography: "Tony Giammona is synonymous with Daly City. He was a boys' basketball coach at Westmoor High School in that town for 26 years. He also served on the Daly City Council for 29 years. He was elected to seven terms on that body. He was mayor of Daly City for several years. His Westmoor varsity basketball teams posted a 217-45 North Peninsula League record, with 10 titles. At one point in the 1970's, his Rams won 49 consecutive NPL games. He was an outstanding three-sport high school

Image of 2009.030.112 - Plaque commemorating Bob Lualhati of Skyline College being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 4, 2002.  Plaque includes image of Lualhati and a brief biography:  "A track and field coach who produced 14 community college all-Americans, Bob Lualhati two U.S. Olympians, Steve Roller and Gregg Tafralis. At Skyline, where he served as athletic director, his teams captured four state championships and, at one point, won 68 dual meets in a row. Combined, his track and field and cross-country teams won 11 coast conference crowns. Earlier, at Westmoor and Jefferson Highs in Daly City, his track and field teams annexed three league titles."

2009.030.112 - Plaque commemorating Bob Lualhati of Skyline College being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 4, 2002. Plaque includes image of Lualhati and a brief biography: "A track and field coach who produced 14 community college all-Americans, Bob Lualhati two U.S. Olympians, Steve Roller and Gregg Tafralis. At Skyline, where he served as athletic director, his teams captured four state championships and, at one point, won 68 dual meets in a row. Combined, his track and field and cross-country teams won 11 coast conference crowns. Earlier, at Westmoor and Jefferson Highs in Daly City, his track and field teams annexed three league titles."

Plaque commemorating Bob Lualhati of Skyline College being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 4, 2002. Plaque includes image of Lualhati and a brief biography: "A track and field coach who produced 14 community college all-Americans, Bob Lualhati two U.S. Olympians, Steve Roller and Gregg Tafralis. At Skyline, where he served as athletic director, his teams captured four state championships and, at one point, won 68 dual meets in a row. Combined, his track and field and cross-country teams won 11 coast conference crowns. Earlier, at Westmoor and Jefferson Highs in Daly City, his track and field teams annexed three league titles."

Image of 2009.030.126 - Plaque commemorating Rich Morales of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25,1995.  Plaque includes image of Morales and a brief biography:  "For Rich Morales, baseball was never a job.  It was a joy.  As a youngster growing up on the San Mateo County Coastside in the 1950's, he wound up at Daly City's Westmoor High and, later, at the College of San Mateo where his baseball career took off.  /  His Westmoor teams were regarded as being among the best on the Peninsula during that era.  Four players from those teams signed professional baseball contracts.  /  Morales, a slick-fielding infielder, spent eight years in the major leagues, playing for the Chicago White Sox and the San Diego Padres.  /  He played in 480 games and collected 205 hits, six of them home runs.  He later managed in the minor leagues, leading his teams to three championships.  He also was a major league coach for a time."

2009.030.126 - Plaque commemorating Rich Morales of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25,1995. Plaque includes image of Morales and a brief biography: "For Rich Morales, baseball was never a job. It was a joy. As a youngster growing up on the San Mateo County Coastside in the 1950's, he wound up at Daly City's Westmoor High and, later, at the College of San Mateo where his baseball career took off. / His Westmoor teams were regarded as being among the best on the Peninsula during that era. Four players from those teams signed professional baseball contracts. / Morales, a slick-fielding infielder, spent eight years in the major leagues, playing for the Chicago White Sox and the San Diego Padres. / He played in 480 games and collected 205 hits, six of them home runs. He later managed in the minor leagues, leading his teams to three championships. He also was a major league coach for a time."

Plaque commemorating Rich Morales of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25,1995. Plaque includes image of Morales and a brief biography: "For Rich Morales, baseball was never a job. It was a joy. As a youngster growing up on the San Mateo County Coastside in the 1950's, he wound up at Daly City's Westmoor High and, later, at the College of San Mateo where his baseball career took off. / His Westmoor teams were regarded as being among the best on the Peninsula during that era. Four players from those teams signed professional baseball contracts. / Morales, a slick-fielding infielder, spent eight years in the major leagues, playing

Image of 2009.030.175 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Kim Terrell of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006.  Plaque includes image of  Terrell and a brief biography:  "There is no argument that Kim Terrell is the greatest female bowler ever produced in San Mateo County. For years, she was one of the stars of the Professional Women's bowling association. During her collegate days at San Jose State University in the 1980's, she was a key member of Spartan teams that captured four straight league bowling titles. SJS finished second in the nation during Kim's sophomore season. They were third the following year. She was the 1989 Rookie of the Year in the PWBA."

2009.030.175 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Kim Terrell of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Terrell and a brief biography: "There is no argument that Kim Terrell is the greatest female bowler ever produced in San Mateo County. For years, she was one of the stars of the Professional Women's bowling association. During her collegate days at San Jose State University in the 1980's, she was a key member of Spartan teams that captured four straight league bowling titles. SJS finished second in the nation during Kim's sophomore season. They were third the following year. She was the 1989 Rookie of the Year in the PWBA."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Kim Terrell of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Terrell and a brief biography: "There is no argument that Kim Terrell is the greatest female bowler ever produced in San Mateo County. For years, she was one of the stars of the Professional Women's bowling association. During her collegate days at San Jose State University in the 1980's, she was a key member of Spartan teams that captured four straight league bowling titles. SJS finished second in the nation during Kim's sophomore season. They were third the following year. She was the 1989 Rookie of the Year in

Image of 2011.026.004 - Ed Montague Sports Hall of Fame Plaque.  Plaque commemorating Ed Montague of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011.  Plaque includes image of Montague and a brief biography:  "He may have had a relatively undistinguished baseball playing career at Westmoor, but as a professional baseball umpire, Ed Montague had few peers.  After working his way up the officiating ladder through the minor leagues, he spent 34 years umpiring in the majors.  His last campaign was in 2009.  During that lengthy span, he umpired 4,369 games (ninth on baseball's all-time list).  His sterling resume includes four All-Star Games, eight League Championship Series and six World Series."

2011.026.004 - Ed Montague Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Ed Montague of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Montague and a brief biography: "He may have had a relatively undistinguished baseball playing career at Westmoor, but as a professional baseball umpire, Ed Montague had few peers. After working his way up the officiating ladder through the minor leagues, he spent 34 years umpiring in the majors. His last campaign was in 2009. During that lengthy span, he umpired 4,369 games (ninth on baseball's all-time list). His sterling resume includes four All-Star Games, eight League Championship Series and six World Series."

Ed Montague Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Ed Montague of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Montague and a brief biography: "He may have had a relatively undistinguished baseball playing career at Westmoor, but as a professional baseball umpire, Ed Montague had few peers. After working his way up the officiating ladder through the minor leagues, he spent 34 years umpiring in the majors. His last campaign was in 2009. During that lengthy span, he umpired 4,369 games (ninth on baseball's all-time list). His sterling resume includes four All-Star Games, eight League Championship Se

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

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

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

Image of 2014.019.002 - 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 2016.010.002 - Tom Dooley Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2016.  Plaque commemorating Tom Dooley of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 8, 2016.  The plaque is printed on silver-colored metal with a 3" x 2.5" photograph mounted to the upper right hand corner.  Metal and photograph are mounted beneath acrylic with gold-colored decorative brads onto an mdf wooden base covered in a dark woodgrain vinyl laminate.  Top left corner has the 2016 Peninsula Hall of Fame logo which consists of a blue ribbon that reads  "20  Peninsula Sports  16" across the base of a green trophy whose base reads, "HALL  /  OF  /  FAME" with arcs of 7 blue stars on either side.  Color image of Dooley wearing blue running shorts, a "USA" white tank top with red lettering and a white cap.  He is race-walking past a white car and another racer, all in white, is right behind him. A brief biography is also on the front, "Early in his running career in the mid-1960s, Tom Dooley was introduced to race-walking.  Almost immediately, he thrived, having quickly adapted to the strict heel-toe discipline of the unique event.  He became one of the country's leading race-walkers, continuing in elite status from 1966 to 1980.  He competed in two Summer Olympic Games, two Pan American Games (garnering a silver medal in 1970) and three World Cups.  Along the way, Tom broke 11 national race-walking records.  Over his long and productive outdoor career (which included four U.S. championships), his personal bests were:  1:30.39 in the 20-kilometer event and 4:26.26 over 50 kilometers."  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2016.010.002 - Tom Dooley Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2016. Plaque commemorating Tom Dooley of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 8, 2016. The plaque is printed on silver-colored metal with a 3" x 2.5" photograph mounted to the upper right hand corner. Metal and photograph are mounted beneath acrylic with gold-colored decorative brads onto an mdf wooden base covered in a dark woodgrain vinyl laminate. Top left corner has the 2016 Peninsula Hall of Fame logo which consists of a blue ribbon that reads "20 Peninsula Sports 16" across the base of a green trophy whose base reads, "HALL / OF / FAME" with arcs of 7 blue stars on either side. Color image of Dooley wearing blue running shorts, a "USA" white tank top with red lettering and a white cap. He is race-walking past a white car and another racer, all in white, is right behind him. A brief biography is also on the front, "Early in his running career in the mid-1960s, Tom Dooley was introduced to race-walking. Almost immediately, he thrived, having quickly adapted to the strict heel-toe discipline of the unique event. He became one of the country's leading race-walkers, continuing in elite status from 1966 to 1980. He competed in two Summer Olympic Games, two Pan American Games (garnering a silver medal in 1970) and three World Cups. Along the way, Tom broke 11 national race-walking records. Over his long and productive outdoor career (which included four U.S. championships), his personal bests were: 1:30.39 in the 20-kilometer event and 4:26.26 over 50 kilometers." The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

Tom Dooley Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2016. Plaque commemorating Tom Dooley of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 8, 2016. The plaque is printed on silver-colored metal with a 3" x 2.5" photograph mounted to the upper right hand corner. Metal and photograph are mounted beneath acrylic with gold-colored decorative brads onto an mdf wooden base covered in a dark woodgrain vinyl laminate. Top left corner has the 2016 Peninsula Hall of Fame logo which consists of a blue ribbon that reads "20 Peninsula Sports 16" across the base of a green trophy whose base reads, "HALL / OF / FAME" with arcs of 7 blue s