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We've just received great news from The Antioch Community Foundation President Keith Archuleta, our $500.00 grant request has been approved! We're so grateful to be one of the non-profits to have been selected. Thank you President Keith Archuleta and the Antioch Community Foundation Board of Directors! If you are interested in supporting the Antioch Sports
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A very special Happy 90th Birthday to Joanne Bilbo, also known as “Ticket Lady”. If you’ve bought a ticket to the Hall of Fame Gala or to the Antioch Historical Society Crab feed or any event at the museum you most likely bought the ticket from Joanne. For any age, Joanne is an active person. She is on the Antioch Sports Legends Executive
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Gino Marchetti’s Baltimore Colts Coach, Don Shula passed away today at 90. In his second year as an NFL head coach, Don Shula, 34, had a stable of future Hall of Famers to lead as the 12-1 Colts faced off in the 1964 NFL Championship game against the Cleveland Browns 11-3-1. Defensively, Shula had one of greatest defensive ends to play
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The Antioch Sports Legends and Antioch Historical Museum will extend their closure to comply with the Contra Costa County Health Department's new COVID-19 Guidelines until May 31st. Health Officer of Contra Costa County Dr. Chris Farnitano says, “We understand how challenging shelter in place is but we are clearly seeing the benefits,” and
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Congratulations to Antioch High’s running back, Najee Harris for yet another prestigious award, being selected to MaxPreps’ California All-Decade Team. Harris, now a senior at Alabama, rushed for nearly 8,000 yards and 99 total TD’s during his 4 years on varsity for the Panthers between the years of 2013-2016. You make Antioch Proud Najee!
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Complying with the Contra Costa County Health Department COVID-19 Guidelines, the Antioch Sports Legends will be closed until May 3rd. We will not be having monthly meetings at the museum at this time but we are planning to have a conference call for the May 6th General Meeting. If you have questions call, Program Coordinator and Office Manager, Tom
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April 7, 1970-50 years ago today Antioch High’s Gene “Butch” Rounsaville toes the rubber at Chicago’s White Sox Stadium as a relief pitcher and becomes Antioch’s first Major League Baseball (MLB ) player. It would be eight long years before the 6’3’ 205 pound, 1962 graduate would stand facing his first batter in
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