The San Leandro Sports Foundation’s SPORTS Hall of Fame Class of 2016
David Beaver – Coach/Contributor/Swimming – Deceased – 20 years of dedicated to teaching every child to swim.
Danny Calcagno – SLHS Class of 1986 Football & Baseball/ Athlete and Coach – 4 HAAL Championships, 5 NCS Championship appearances.
Chris Cannizzaro – SLHS Class of 1956 Baseball/ Athlete – All-State Baseball, 10 years in the Major League Baseball.
Dennis Dixon – SLHS Class of 2003 Football/ Athlete – 4-Star recruit, Oregon Duck Starting QB and 2007 Heisman Trophy Candidate.
Robert Duey – SLHS Class of 1957 Football & Baseball /Athlete – played on the 1959 CAL Rose Bowl team, has ring to prove it.
Dick Duey – SLHS Class of 1957 Football & Baseball /Athlete – Deceased – play along side Robert at SLHS and CAL.
Pat Hurst – SLHS Class of 1987 Golf /Athlete. Professional golfer, 1995 Lady Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Rookie of the Year!
Tony Lema – San Leandro Golf /Athlete. Deceased – Champagne Tony Lima winner of the 1964 British Open
Steve Lubratich – SLHS Class of 1973 Baseball /Athlete – Professional Baseball, Assistant to the General Manager in the Cleveland Indian organization.
Terry Markou – Pacific High School Class of 1975 Wrestling/ Athlete. Nick-named the “Golden Greek.” TWO time STATE WRESTLING CHAMPION.
Casimiro (Cas) Munoz – SLHS Class of 1949 Baseball /Athlete and Coach – 500 High School Career Win, Inducted into the California High School Coaches Hall of Fame in 2015.
Alan Pitcaithley – SLHS Class of 1966 Football & Baseball/ Athlete. 1965 Prep All-American Quarterback, starred at University of Oregon.
Benjamin Ramos – Pacific High School Class of 1964 Football & Baseball /Athlete – Signed with St. Louis Cardinals in 1964.
Tim Stokes – SLHS Class of 1968 Football/ Athlete – Selected to the 1967 Shiners High School All-Star Football game, Starred at University of Oregon , played in the NFL for 10 years.
Criteria for Nomination and Selection of the Induction Class
San Leandro has a rich tradition of sports. The SLSF’S Sports Hall of Fame is organized as a way of maintaining the rich heritage and tradition of the successful athletes and athletic programs in the City of San Leandro. Many of our local athletes have made extraordinary contributions and have superb accomplishments in the wide world of sports. The SLSF’S Sports Hall of Fame seeks to honor these individuals and their contributions and accomplishments and insure that future generations of aspiring athletes have these same opportunities. In order to maintain the integrity of the SLSF Hall of Fame, nominees must exemplify the highest standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct, and moral character. All candidates will be judged on their significant and/or long term contributions to athletic endeavors. In addition, as much as possible, acknowledged leadership in his/her chosen field or community, state, and national presence will be considered. All entries must be submitted on the official SLSF Athletic Hall of Fame Nomination form (attached). Nomination forms are available by download on www.slsfi.org.