The “commish” of the Peninsula Athletic League is getting the call.
The Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame announced its 2014 class on Thursday and current PAL commissioner Terry Stogner headlines the list of 10 new entrants.
The ceremony will be held June 11 at the San Mateo County Event Center and will the 24th in the hall’s history. With the addition of the 10 new members, the Hall of Fame, which was created in 1989 by the San Mateo County Times, includes nearly 250 local sporting standouts.
Stogner is a graduate of Carlmont High School, where he spent many years as part of the Scots’ athletic program.
Joining Stogner in 2014 are: Brett Barron, an international judo standout and a member of the U.S. Olympic team. He is a Westmoor High School alum.
Leo Biedermann, a fellow Ram, is a former UC Berkeley and National Football League offensive lineman.
Jennifer Bloom Creinin is an Aragon High School alum who made her athletic mark in competitive gymnastics.
Peter Diepenbrock, whose 2006 Palo Alto High School basketball team, with Jeremy Lin as its star, won a coveted state title.
Valerie Fleming of Hillsdale High School became a U.S. Olympic Team medal winner in bobsled racing.
Jim Gaughran is a Sequoia High School alum who became an internationally-recognized swimming coach.
Jabari Issa is a San Mateo High School graduate and a former University of Washington plus NFL defensive lineman.
Archie Milton is a product of Sequoia High School who excelled in the boxing ring there and later at San Jose State University.
And Paul Pickett was a gifted guard for San Mateo High School and still holds basketball records at St. Mary’s College.
The Hall of Fame is located at the San Mateo County History Museum in downtown Redwood City. The June induction banquet will be held as part of the annual San Mateo County Fair. For more information, including ticket availability, contact the San Mateo County Conventions and Visitors Bureau in Burlingame at (650) 348-7600.