The Livermore Sports Hall of Fame was established in 2009, in celebration of our 60th consecutive year of honoring scholar-athletes. The inductees are extraordinary athletes, coaches and others who contributed in a significant way to our communities sports history. A number of these athletes went on to the Olympics, had collegiate success or are professionals in their sports, including World Heavy Weight Boxing Champion Max Baer and one of the greatest baseball pitchers ever, Randy Johnson. Plaques of our inductees are displayed at Buffalo Wild Wings in Livermore.
The three newest members to the Livermore Hall of Fame are MATT LAYE, LEAH AVILLA, RANDY GRANT
Criteria for Hall of Fame Categories:
Must be a graduate of LHS or GHS or resident of Livermore.
Shall be eligible for nomination no earlier than 5 years after her/his graduation.
Must have been a varsity team member of the sport for which she/he is being nominated.
Must have made positive impact to the team(s) for which she/he played, including demonstrated athletic achievement.
Must have coached or been a staff member for at least five years at LHS or GHS.
Shall have demonstrated an ability to enhance the athletic experience of the student-athlete, while serving as a positive role model through exemplary leadership and character.
Strong consideration will be given to those nominees who have enhanced the experience of student-athletes. The candidate shall have volunteered their time, expertise or resources for a minimum of five years.
Must be successful teams who have reached regional, state or national recognition.
Teams must have had varsity status at the time they were in play.
Teams will be considered after a minimum of five years has elapsed from the last date of competition for their nominated season.
A nominee need not be a graduate or former employee of the Livermore School District.
Deadline to apply is February 1st
Winners are announced at the Olympian Awards Banquet, 3rd Monday in May
Livermore Granada Boosters sponsors team awards for each of 52 varsity sports at Granada and Livermore High Schools. This award is presented by the head coach of each sport the night of the Olympian Banquet. This award does not necessarily go to your most valuable, but to the individual that best represents what that coach most values in a player (i.e. leadership, team player, dedication, character, etc.). This award is voted on by the members of their team. When this is not possible, coaches use their best judgment. Each winner receives a plaque to honor their accomplishments.
Must meet at least one of the following:
Celebrating the Excellence of Livermore Scholar Athletes