Tickets for Sports Hall of Fame Banquet on sale
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Tickets for the reborn Tracy Sports Hall of Fame awards banquet are now on sale.

The banquet is scheduled Saturday, April 26, at the Tracy Elks Lodge, starting with a social hour at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and awards presentations.

Tickets, $40 each, can be purchased at the web site or at Reich’s Pharmacy, Tracy Press or Tracy Motors.

Inductees will be 10 individuals — athletes, coaches and backers — and two teams.

Inductees to be recognized April 26:

- Tracy High coach and athletic director Don Nicholson.

- Tom Hawkins, Jefferson School and Tracy High coach, football official and Breakfast Lions snack bar chairman.

- Baseball and softball official Albert Moreno.

- Gary Barlow, Tracy High football standout lineman and now Delta College head football coach.

- Tracy High state wrestling champion Brandon Dennington.

- John Gonzalez, football line standout at Tracy High and Oregon State, and state wrestling champion.

 Michael Oliveira, West High multi-sports standout in football and basketball.

- Trevell Quinley, track and field standout at West High and Arizona State who placed first in the long jump in the 2008 Olympic trials.

- Greg Reed, who was a basketball star player at Tracy High, Delta College and Sacramento State.

- Loyce Singleton, a three-sport athlete at Tracy High who was a junior college All-American at Monterey Peninsula College.

- The 1982 Tracy High Sac-Joaquin Section Division I football championship team.

- The 1997-98 West High boys basketball team that posted a 31-4 record, won the Valley Oak League title with a 14-0 record and was ranked third in the state.

Information: Bill Kaska, 836-4491 or


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