Congratulations Judi Oyama

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Happy dance I got inducted into the Aptos High School Athletics Sports Hall of Fame for #skateboarding stoked to be included with @zorro_del_mar @peter_mel @codytownsend – Judi Oyama

Congratulations Judi!!!  Aptos High School is in California – I hope there are other schools out there recognizing girls for their skateboarding – if you know of any please share.

More girls skateboard when they see girls & get encouragement – way to encourage Aptos & thanks Judi for always inspiring other girls to embrace their badass.

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To find out how rad Judi is check her out on IG or at Maximum Impact Design or Badassskatemom

Aptos High School Sports Hall of Fame

The Aptos High School Sports all of Fame was established in 2002 to honor athletes and coaches who made a significant impact on Aptos athletics. In 2004 we also added important Aptos championship teams to the list of nominees/inductees. Since Aptos High School opened in the fall of 1969, we’ve had over 40 graduating classes. Over 10,000 student-athletes have participated in our sports programs, and we’ve had over 200 different head coaches and thousands of assistant coaches, but only 68 athletes, 5 teams, and 11 coaches have been inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame.

Anyone can nominate a candidate (for more info on nominations, contact Mark Dorfman, the Athletic Director). Selections are made by the selection committee, a group of current and former Aptos coaches, athletes, and sports writers. The Hall of Fame dinner takes place in the spring of each year, generally in conjunction with the annual Aptos Sports Foundation golf tournament.

Here are the Hall of Fame members. To view their individual bio’s, simply scroll down and click on their name.                                                                                            

 

 

 

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